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spa, HOP! STA*, HOP*, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED On* time . T*'t« tint* Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Ail Want Ads Cash In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Je word, minimum 30e Six limti . . . Sc word, minimum 7Se fte word, minimum $pe One month ,, lie word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale '42 MERCURY. FOUR DOOR SE- clan. Chrome trim. Clean throughout. Low milage. New tires. See at Bunfe- Gulf Station. ll-3t FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW AND garage. See Floyd Porterfield. 7-6t CLOSING OUT SALE. OF ALL peach, apples and plum trees. Hempstead Nursery and Florist. Phone 236, Highway 29. • ll-3t -.—-—-— — ^-* a****»A.V^.L* .TUT cook stove. See Riley ' ll-3t _ PAIR YOUNG MULES AND HAR- ness. Three shoats, one table top SMALL -- ———• — •« w*. •jnui.iboi' wntr ittUlc LULJ Florence range, one young cow. Raymond .Smith? Shaver' Springs 12-3t TWO LARGE jMULES: WITH HAR- ness, one two horse disc, one John Deereyimiddle buster,;'one good cultivatofi ; and-a number of qtner farm tools, can be seen at niy barn on East Fourth. Sf across' from Grant's Shop. Floyd Porterfield,' '• • , i2-6t FIFTY.; /ACRES LAND, FIVE blocks, from,-Paisley school. • See Gentry Printing- Co. Phone -241 •-/.; .:::.', .-. is-3t FORD FERGUSON TRACTORS with two row cultivator and planter. Fertilizer attachment Breaking plows, middle burster, 6 foot tandem disc, terracing plowrahd soiTscoon. All good ns new.; See' Raymond Johnson, 3>A mile? on Hope-Rosston highway", Route 2. i 3 . 3t DOUBLE RED FOX NECK pieca. Bargain. Practically new Phone 479. 720 West 3rd St. 13-6t GOOD}'2 PIECE LIVING ROOM, suite-; Cheap for cash. Mrs C 'W Tarpjey. phone 292-J. is-3t 1 Norke" SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for potter furniture and better .bargpins. Phone 476. 14-lm INCOME TAX SERVICE.-IF. YOU. have! income tajejtroubles; I will be glad to help you. Do it now .avoid the rush in the last days Cnarjges reasonable. J. W. Striek- land.' 1-24-Tw DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT . a machine by the hour. Phone 646-J. for appointment. Ill South ' Washington. 7_2 W LET }JS REMAKE YOUR OLD •-mattress and. make -them like • new. • Will pick wp nhd' deliver ; in and put ,of town. Write or call us. Phone 34-J-2. Bright Bros. Mattvess Co. Hope, Ark. Rt 2 ',-•" ll-6t Two Fires Sweep Memphis Factory and Aparfment Memphis, Tenn., March 12—OP)— Two large-scale fires in Memphis lat night destroyed the Gibson Ind . us .{ rla } Marine work on the banks ot the Wolf river and a throe-story apartment house on Beale street A Negro woman was critically njur,ed when she leaped into a Bremen's net from the apartment In the waterfront fire four boats were damaged, including a diesel- power towboat valued bv its own- ersat $35,000. No one was injured Wo report was made on origin of either blaze. FILL HJ.. MATERIAL FREE-FOR the hauling. Saenger Theatre ll-3t Real Estate for Sale NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE WITH citv conveniences nnd nine lots ; miles southeast city limits. Lights •"' 12-3t NICE 6; ROOM HOUSE ON NORTH Elm Street. Priced reasonable. See Riley Lewallen;' n-3t 35 .ACRES, NICE : FIVE ROOM house: in Spring Hill. Gas, water and lights. 55000, , Many other Food Bargains. See Riley Lew_ Services Offe red ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION, «"»" IVT'e-c-oiir-" T^pl.- Wncl- w'*h -T;£-ii'2 ' "-j036.- i ui* Sci'Vice. £j, JLJ. i. Uuwns/ jioucaw, AI-K. 6-i:vv JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE i'*Uj< 5- -! " ' ' ' FaifPromptlExpert Service on MACHINES,; Phone 209. 304 East 2nd ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1Q15-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 & Third. 8t, Hppe, Ark Wanted 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to anything but rats and mice. Guaranteed. 'Feeders Supply Co 1 . 28-3w A FORD TRACTOR WITH OR without equipment. Will buy or trade John Deere model B with A. B. or without equipment. Enoch, Rt. 4 Prescott. 7-Gt Wanted to Buy FURNI- ture, one piece' o'r more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. 11-1 m Scene, phone 1054. W. O. 12-3t I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone 660. . - 17-tf For Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED Apartment for light housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Store. - Phone 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf 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. ll-3t Fair Enough By Wejtbrook Pegler Copyright, 1948 By King Features Syndicate, Randolph Paul, of New York, was general counsel of the Treasury Department for some time under the Roosevelt government. He sat at Elliott Roosevelt's elbow to guide him through the treasury's inquiry into the notorious Hartford loan case. Elliott's original statement, denouncing as a deliberate, infamous lie, any statement that the late President Roosevelt ever "prompted or assisted" his personal business affairs, was issued from Paul's law office in Washington so it is fair to assume that Paul wrote the document for his client and in defense of the historic reputation of his late chief. Mr. Paul is a New Dealer who surely would not resent being described as an admirer and friend Of the late president. The issue of the deliberate, infamous lie has been disposed of oy Elliott's own testimony and that of Jesse Jones and Elliott's former wife. You may be of one mind or another on the question whether thq ^resident intended to promote the Hartford loan in the. first place when Hartford consulted him on the phone. But unless you throw out the testimony of Elliott, him•self, of Jones ' and of the former VIrs. Elliott Roosevelt you are bound to decide that the,president did ask Jones to pick up the loans 'or trifling amounts and .recapture the collateral as well. You must decide that, after .Watching the. progress of the negotiations and receiving the stock-at the White louse he, personally, sent it- to vlrs. Elliott Roosevelt to defray Slliott's impending obligations in ilimony and provide for the main Tigers Log in Batting Power By United Press St. Petersburg, Fla.. March • 12 — (UP)— Steve O'Neill, the seldom smiling Irishman who manages the Detroit Tigers, began tan- kering with the world champions' lineup today in an effort to turn a fizzle Into a hitting explosion. Before today's game hard-hitting New gai _ York with the Yankees, CARNSVAL Bv Dick Turner tenance of the children marriage. of that Waiving the matter of an apology rom Mr. Paul upon -this proo'f hat it was not a deliberate, in- amous lie to implicate President Roosevelt in. this shady deal but in important, historic disclosure bearing on the character and honor of one of the most ppwerful men n world history, I now refer to :he closing words of the statement rom his office. This sentence O'Neill expressed concern about the Tigers' silent bats. Detroit, was expected to have a power-packed lineup this season, with the re- conversion of such hitting stars as Dick Wakefield, Barney McCoskey and Hank Grcenberg, but the world champions have dropped two close games in a row, 3 to 1 to the Cincinnati Reds and 4 tq 3 to the Cleveland Indians. Meanwhile, the Yankees take the I field today fresh from three con-1 secutive triumphs over the highly | regarded St. Louis Cardinals, odds- on National League favorites. Joe DiMaggio's sixth home run of the "granefruit circuit" season sparked the Bronx bombers to a 7 to 4 triumph yesterday. * • The Cardinals' lone round tripper w,as hrt by Harry Walker off of.Steve Rosqr. Redbird Manager Eddie Dyer, however, received encouragement when- Stan Musial, fresh from 13 months in the navy, reported to camp. The former National League batting champion immediately went' to >vork in left field, joining his males of the 1942 pennant-winning Redbird team, Terry Moore in center and Enos Slaughter in right. • COPR. 1946 BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T M. BEG. U S PAT Lonnie .Frey Benched : Tampa, F-la., March.' 12 — (UP) — Manager Bill McKcchnio benched veteran Lonnie • Frey and' started rookie Bobby Adams at second . base for the Cincinnati Reds today ' in their exhibition game against the- Cleveland Ind! ns. McKechnie also named Gene Thompson,. Ed Heusscr and Howard Fox to do the hurling against the Indians. "Hayc you got something to m:ike curves oul of U-lurns?' This Curious World By William Ferguson CANT PRODUCE A . . BUT THEV NOW HAVE LEARNED TO MAKE ONE THAT IS PERCENT PERFECT. the /Never-put butter-in a cold fry. ing pan. J Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE i- oir P'i. y ? lds wil1 be received by until 10 Tim M'v,- Centr al Standard Time March 15, 1946 in the Mayor office at the City Hall for the -" °? labor and materials . P a y'"? with concrete of .a parking strip m front of the Julia 61 '. Hospital on South Main stret Specifications covering this work can be obtained from Chas. O f ? ma ?.'r Clty En § inc or in his office Water and Light Plant. • u.. Clty of H °P e reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to- accept the bid which is to the best interest of the City Board of Public Affairs. Albert Graves, Mayor Guy B=iy:-.e March WARNING ORDER No. 6426 In the Chancery Court or Hempstead County, Ark JAMES D. RATECLIFP vs. Plaintiff •SELMA MAE RATECLIFF _, - _ . Defendant The Defendant Selma Mae Rate- :liff is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff James D. Ratecliff. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 26 day of February 1945. C. E. WEAVER, Clerk Feb. 27, March 6, 13. 20 Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court —T • Featuring -^ • Steaks • Fried Chicken i • Barbecue »Fish « Sandwiches «Soft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 West asked that "no further attempt be made to smear a man who can't alk back." Mr. Paul is riot only a lawyer of considerable ability, as his success indicates, but an. expert in tax matters. He is as well qualified as anyone else to "talk back" for the late president and remove the stain from his official and personal honor. It is possible that he did not know all the facts of the case when the statement was issued. But he does know them now, and he knows that any analysis or interpretation that he might offer Southpaw Ailing Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., March 12 — (UP)— Manager Billy Southworth hoped today that Dr. Robert Hyland, famed baseball physician and surgeon, can work the, same magic on his Boston Braves ! pitchers he once did on Southworth's Cardinal hurlers. Southworth sent Southpaw Art Johnson, recently returned from the service, to St. Louis last night by airplane to have his-shoulder examined by Hyland and also an-1 nounced that Joe Fryer, another left-hander, would be X-rayed today for <i possible chipped bone in his elbow. He may follow Johnson to: St. Louis. the press in mitigation of Mr. Roosevelt's guilt would, be published in full, within practical limitations, by our press and faithfully summarized beyond those limits. ' - y :'.'.," . • The iniquity of 'President Roosevelt's conduct in this matter has not yet been fully revdaled. His immorality is in two parts. First, there is the offense of itself. This would have been dishonesty in any man wherever placed. In addition, however, all persons who faithfully undertake to judge Mr. Roosevelt must bear in mind that he occupied the position of a leader and exemplar and contrast his behavior with his professed, morals. His dffense was the more grievous because of his own scorn ful denunciations of "money changers" and persons who dodged their taxes by resort to "clever Siebert, Sewell to Confer A St. Paul, Minn., March 12 — (UP) — Dick Siebert, holdout first baseman of the St. Louis Browns, will fly to Anaheim, Calif., tomorrow to discuss. his 194G contract .with Manager Luke Sewell. Siebert, traded by the Philadelphia A's during the winter for George McQuinn, is demanding a $12,000-a- year pact. NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. . Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines , C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R little schemes" having "tha color of legality." The fact has never before been brought out that the president revealed extraordinary cleverness or cunning in contriving that after Jones had recaptured the collateral it should be kept out of Elliott's own hands and passed direct to Mrs. Ruth Roosevelt. Already he had discounted for $4,500, provided by Jones, debts of $240,000 to John Hartford and David Baird. Not C9ntent with this bargain, which left his son even with the board, he wanted the collateral back and got it back through Jones by representations that it was worthless. The minority of the House committee on ways and means discredited these representations as "self-serving." Elliott, himself, has said that the company concerned began to show a profit in the same year in which it was represented as "worthless." He also said that he mentioned the stock certificates several times at the White House, where they were being held by- Miss Grace Tully, one of the president's secretaries, but that through "some mistake or mixup" was unable to learn just who had them. Why was he interested in worthless stock? But it was a simple matter for the president to put his hands on them when he decided to send them to Mrs. Ruth Roosevelt in settlement of his son's future financial obligations to her and their children. There was no "mistake or mixup" then. They were no longer worthless. The president was an expert in "clever little schemes." Mr. Paul, by reason of his law practice and his duties at the treasury is an expert, too. The president knew that if he had turned the collateral over to Elliott and Elliott, in turn, had transferred it to his wife in the Wanted! I TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. Cubs Schedule Game Avalon, Calif., March 12 —(UP) — The National League champion Chicago Cubs were scheduled .to play their last intra-squad game today after which they will depart for Los Angeles and a series of exhibition games. 'AWNS THE SOUTH COAST OF ENGLAND^ THE UPLANDS ARE CALLED DOWNS,".J5*» MRS. A.W. PLUMLEY, lNTHE6REAT Wcr/nfiSfJay, March 13, Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the- following as candidates subject to Hu; action of the Democratic primary elections this Sum- 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney __CHARLES W. HACKETT Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISA BELLE ONSTEAD McCOHKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FE1LD, JR. Whiteheqd Suspended San Bernardino, Calif., March 12 —. (UP) —. Burgess Whitehead, ' OF VIRGINIA, A Ff I RE STARTED IN 1923 AND WAS NOT EXTINGUISHED FOR THREE IT BURNED IN THE PEAT BEDS BENgATH THE SURFACE. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. 3' SPORTS ROUNDUP •B? Etaok I FnUertM. Jr.- New. York, March 13 —(/P)—The — tuir; — rsurgess wniieneau, nevv.iurn, murcn 1,1 —i/i)—me veteran second baseman trying a way young Sidney Schwartz wal- comeback after discharge from loped 'Gardnar Mulloy and Birm- the service, was indefinitely sus- mgham's John Agor trimmed El- pended today and sent home by i wood Cooke in tne indoor tennis 1\A fin n rl«t« TT*i«'i rt Lr i a "C 1 ••! c>nV» r\t i\t n PflH m nimi Qrl i r»c ffiwnc n lilni rif V»riv*-l f*-t"-4V*V4 bWMlAJ Ul 1U >3V.IIb .'.1U11 It. U JT ( ..——•— ww.»._ til n * v, Jlll.«VJ\_fl 11^ I J I I ' '"• £,11 1 [(.! i. M.JIJlttltllJll '-.Jl-tll I t- > U ll L • l\, Manager Frankie Frisch of the cnampipnships gives a hint of hard Charley Ellis, along to Mai-quote Pittsburgh Pirates for .violation of times tp come for some of the as an assistant coach . . . M'wo of wasn't invited to return. Dots All, Brothers Frank Murray is taking his Virginia "T" formation quii'-lerback. season's real top Max older racquet swingers training rules. ailllllg 4 Ulca. u.Mw t *M\.^UV.I. awiiigt.-iE> ... Frisch said that $100 fines had !'°"m.s 'is hardly a true tost performers, North western's Morris and North Carolina's bones having is that Bobby and Tom Falkenburg are playing tennis like training camp .. W * M *. U .., ..»*... b been reprimanded and warned bv Frisch while the squad was at El Centro, Calif., last month. The Bucs whipped the Los Angeles An- ;els in an exhibition game yester- lay, 13 to 8. divorce settlqm^nt/at -least half of it would have '-laeen a.-..fund of .official interest to Tihe treasury. They were residents of}',, a community- property state, Texas, so Elliott's wife was entitled to half of his wealth. His own .half, however, which he then might have used in the settlement, would have been new wealth in his hands. It was the president's obvious forethought and intention to manipulate the deal so that there could be no possibility that his son would have to pay any tax on any part of the new value of the collateral. This is no issue of personal or political feeling. This is an issue for history . Unless Elliott or Mr. Paul or some other comes forward to "talk back" honestly, factually, logically and convincingly Mr. Roosevelt must stand condemned in history as a man who abused his great office, and the idealistic trust of millions and deliberately practiced the very methods that he had so resoundingly condemned in winning that office and that trust. SERVICE — QUALITY.— VARIETY *' .»-M ™ Npw is the time to get regdy for your Spring planting. We have a most complete line of Field and Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Wlllhite Melon Seed Dodge Qnign Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn Germaco Hot Caps Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Sweet Corn, Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Uespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store boys now and that Budge T>atv, twice junior champion, is back from Italy looking like a young giant . . . England, to, has some grown-ups for this year's Davis Cup competition ... A likelv doubles team is Peter Hare, kid -brother of former Davis cupper Charley Hare, and Derek Hardwick, younger brother of Mrs. Hare . . " Thny won the British, junior doubles in 1939 and now are 24 vears old and ready to go for big tilings. Round Numbers Kansas University claims to have the heftiest football coaching staff in the country as well ns -iho youngest. . . The average weight of George Saner, Bob inKalls, Vic Bradford, Dean Nesmith, Don Pierce and Wayne Renlople is P.10 pounfls and none weighs less than 200 . . , The average ago of 1ho sextet is only 33 ... That's what you'd call a well-rounded staff. Sports Before Your Eyes Billy Conn, now down to 192 nounds. savs ho'i] iake off another ten before his June tussle with Joe Louis . . . New York City brisket- ball writers have voted Dci'aul's George Mikan "the outstanding visiting player" to appear here this season, which makes it all the more surprising that George promoters still are hoping to get Bob Kurland from the Oklahoma Aggies. Basketball Scores By the Associated Press East Ellis Island Coast Guard 50; Brooklyn Army Base 37. Middle Atlantic States playoff tournament (Bethlehem, Pa.) (Final i Lafayete 52; .Rutgers 39. (Consolation playoff i'inal) BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W, SHIVER Plumbing » Heating Phone 259 HORB. Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. MONEY TO LEND Easy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association New Mexico Player'in'as Top Scorer New York, March 13 —(A 1 )— Al- liough he scored only tour points n his final game of the season cm Monday night. Elmore Morgentha- er of New Mexico Mines "seems virtually assured of the 194(i national collegiate individual high scoring basketball title. The seven-fool one-inch plnyoi- finished the campaign with r>9fi joints in 21! games, three more tiiiv-. ih c 5 92 p 0 j n t s vince Hanson of Washington State tallied in 37 uames in winning the high scoring crown a year ago. Only m:c player — Botj Kurland of the Oklahoma Aggies —still has i chance to overtake Morgentha- icr and this appears remote. Kur- and. fifth nl !>i:i. needs !!!•! to «o o the top. He plays against Okla- loma tonight and against Kansas icxt Monday. If the Agines boat Kansas, Kurland then will h:>ve ,'i further opportunity by playing in the NCAA eliminations. The top scorers MJ or wiorc) points ns comoilecl by the Associated Press; name, school, total points, and averapo: x-Morgcnthalcr, N. Mox. Minos 505. 21.2 x-Hall, Marshall. 572, Ifi.H. x-Mikan, DePaul, 553 ,23.1 x-Lewis, Eastern Kentucky, ri37, f» I . ±. Kurland, Oklahoma Aggies, 513, 1 u, 0, x-Tonkovich. Marshall, -1f)4, 14.5. Otlen, Bowling Croon. •13!). l-i i x-Brown, Evansville, 432, 1(1 0 x-Tintnn, Chi co (Califl Stale, 428, 10.4. Wolfe. California, 422. 13 G 411 C " F i:Tn" y ' Westcrn Kentucky, Dillon, North Carolina, 405, 13.5. x—Denotes season concluded. Diavoloman Seeks Second Win Today Hot Srings, Ark., March 13—( —S. I. Crew's Diavoloman, one the top performers at Oaklawn, was alter his second triumph of the cunoiit meeting today against seven other routers in the fnaturt'd mile-ancl-a-sixlecnth seventh race. The allowance cvcnl tiffurod a purse of $l,. r >00. • The seven-year-old son of Diavlo carried 118 pounds in liis previous winning effort and defeated som-J of those opposing him today . Ii" this event he was asked to'carry only 110 pounds. Rod Harwick was expected to pilot him. Diavolnman's opposition Included 1. C. Mlshler's Lights Abeam and 13. C. Wilhelm's Gotimcl, olh victors over good fields here; Mrs. R. E. Emmingor's Lucky Grecn- nck, a four-time winner last fall: and F. and H. Mayigliaiio's Rockwood Lou, second in Diavoloman's last winning effort. Others in the small field are llaby Gold, Vesli- buhi and Sun Gallahacl. I Three nther allowance races ;il the same distance were schcdued on the program which rounded out the first half of the meeting. Four sprints made up the remainder of the card. Alabama Boy and Marcclla K. ran a dead heat for first in the fifth race yesterday, while Mrs. A. M. Croech's Cid Play easily defeated five other Arkansas Derby eligiblos in the featured six-filrloni' fourth race. Cid i'lny aid $f!.lb -Spl straight and was timed in l:Ki. aJfe&i . 0 ^K'i! SlniM I M cr I pr i n IT D JiiiXt i-;i PEBS SIGN INFIELDER I-'iHlp Hock, March 13 --Ml — M. Kerby Fan-ell. :'ormer Chicago While So.x first baseman, has signed to |.,|;iy with the Little Rock Iravulcrs and will battle it out with ,Ioe Bauman /or vhe starting berth. Fan-ell played in 10H of the Sox eamos last .vtyir and bated '•*3Wn*' I ' > i*J»-v t . •V&J: !•*&&: v Pi! ill: PUBLIC FUND DEFINED Little Rock, March 13 •— i/P) — „ Attorney General Guy E Willinmst has advised S. E. Gifliam, El Dorado attorney, that funds contribut- od lor ori'ction of a memorial sta- wuni must be treated by the school board of public funds. The opinion staled that the funds contributed ihould be treated as though they were raised by taxation. Harry Segnar, Sr, PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J U Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 2!3 South Elm St. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way, HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 Alteration! ProBied While You Walt ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In nil kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. YOUR..CREDIT IS GOOD TRY Hope Mattress Co. For better work at bettar prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too— We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One dav service in town— Bargains in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 41 IS. Hazel 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 HALU Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd 8t PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Avifp Supply Pb.9.o.o 174 816 9.- M?ln Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADICj SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /""I"TV Carl Bacon v*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope vF •^ fc«V '' i; ^ ' * "' **•». • Reol 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 f See Us Foi BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality clucks, hufched right |:om seli-t!ed flocks. Huidy !usi- growers. Luw imea FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. *th and La. Sts Phone 26 sday, Morch 13,1946 Appeals to Press in Food Emergency Washington, March 11 — m _ Ainpricnn newspapers have been asked by President Truman to co "Pcratfe In backing the foodc<, - servotion program aimed at a vert- ing.starvation abroad. The • chief executive in a tele- Sf'Vh« l0 A' Johl , 1 S " Kni « ht ' P'"«iclont «' n r 4 m , erican Society of Newspaper fklitors, said: - t'. >Tll i e . f . a " Illllc umergcney commit•;\ winch I appointed on March 1 lofv C iw M U 'A n ^'""'"''y reduc- oi> by the American people in Hie consumption of wheat, mid all possible conservation in the use of fats and oils. ,)Pv 1 ? 10f . A "jerican people have "ever failed to respond to any need provided' the urgency was made clear and they were in', formed of what specific steps were expected of them. The famine emergency- committee find the «ov eminent are mapping out a con servatlon program for that and MIS and oils. I am counting on t/ie newspapers to play a major pan in explaining the urgent need or the peoples abroad, and of Keeping our people fully informed day by day of the conservation measures that are necessary if we are to meet our foreign wheat and fats and oils requirements. "The cooperation of the Newspaper Editors of America in backing this conservation program will be an important service vo millions on the verge of starvation and to yic future course of world peace." —o Railroad Fireman Confesses to Bank Robbery in Kansas Chnnute, Kas.. March 12 — (/FV- Chief of Police Ralph Rhodes said today John Edwin Byers. 31, Cha- inite, had signed a statement admitting the robbery of the First National Bank of Lcroy, Kas. last '.Vhursday, and holdup's of five ^Iher banks since the fall of 1941 Byers, employed for the last year as a railroad fireman, was arrested at his home here late yesterday by Rhodes, Undersiieriff John Page of lola, and an FBI iigent. 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Chicago's Loop diitncl. inc gulls snatched fish from the poor ducks' bills and crowded them so tho*,they couldn't get oil Ihe water. But thnv made a striking picture • . Winter's Cold Brings Fuel Crisis to Berliners ..Critically short of fuel and food, Borlincrs this winter arc using every expedient to keep warm. Ihey arc shown above, cutlinn down trees in one of the residential districts.after a cold wave exhausted their meager fuel'supply. Harsh Critics Failed to HaltPlay By JACK O'BRIAN New York — Producers Harold Wurman and Elia Kaxan of "Ti-uckline Cafe," the Maxwell Anderson play which was hit with everything including several journalistic kitchen sinks after it opened here, took paid newspaper space to attack the critics, and called them everything in their sour-grapes book, starting with irresponsible and running right on down the expected line. But their bitter attitude, which suggested that no play could sus- .ain itself in the face of a collectively negative critical attitude, was slightly refuted at about the same time when the Theater Guild innounced the end of the run for Philip Barry's "Foolish Notion," a comedy which received similar iludgconing treatment last year. "Foolish Notion" ran f)0 weeks •lore and on the road, piling <!p the impressive lotiil of :?M7:-I,137.2() at its widely scattered boxol'ficcs and making everyone, mostly its backers and its star, Tallulah Bankhead, very happy indeed. . . So there, Messrs. L'lurman and Ka'.an. There was a big story running wild through Shuberl Alley that iarold Lloyd would replace Joe E. Srown in the touring conipany of 'Harvey," a rumor which Producer Brock Pembc'i-lon promptly spiked on his arrival here from tne svost coast, where the comedy about the invisible rabbit is rack- ng up fantastic grosses. The idle speculation came about )ecaiise Brown will leave the play to fulfill a summer film commit- iicnl . . . The whole show will vacation at that time . . . There's .alk about a second road company, too . . . but it won't happen 1'or a A'hile, at least, since Brock isn't uixious to wear out the play's possibilities all at once . . . He'd only iave to turn all the new profits jack in taxes. Houben Mamoulin took over .he directing chores for "St, Louis Woman," the Harold A r 1 c n- Johnny Mercer musical. . . .the nanagcmenl announced Mamoul- an had replaced Lemuel Ayers to iive lhat gentleman a chance vo do a Hollywood film. . . Mamoulian's .Broadway directing history is as exciting as his Hollywood stints. . . :io directed "Porgy and Bess," "Oklahoma" and 'Carousel,' and lie has ust completed re-sluging "Carousel," which was needed because of .he many cast-change's since the de- ighlful musical opened. "St. Louis Woman," is, incidentally, the musical Lena Home urned clown. Harry Revel, who composed the score for the hit musical, "Are You lh 11" will publish a new magazine for wounded veterans, called At Ease. . . The revival of George- VI. Cohan's "Forty-five Minutes .'rom Bradway" is iu*aring the nj- icarsal stage. . . Gi-orgc M. Cohan, Jr. will produce will) Kdward Ward, who lias dropped his baton as conductor of "The Reel Mill" to devote ill his time and talents to the old- .ime hit. . . It will be seen first on the West Coast, with New York the ijoal sometime next season. .—_ o -—. .— Memphis, Tenn., March 12 — (UP) — Dr. Arthur Russell Porter, Sr., veteran Memphis physician, died, suddenly last night at his iome here. Dr. Porter came to Memphis in 1888 from Stuttgart, Ark. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Portrait of a Princess Coven try Raid Laid Squarely to Goering Nuernberg, March 12 —(UP)— Responsibility for the German annihilation bombing of Coventry in 1940 was pinned squarely on Reichsmarshal Hermann Goering by one of his own defense Witnesses today. Marshal Albert Kesselring, testifying before the war crimes court regarding the plans for the notorious bombing of Coventry, said "I myself aided Goering in preparing them. Goering prob.ably will testify in his own defense some time tomorrow, his attorney, Otto Stahmer, said. The boomeranging of Kesselring's defense testimony against Goering came while he was under direct examination. Defending the Nazi onslaught, on the English town, the former Nazi air chieflian said: "I was very happy Coventry had been selected, because here was a target not for a terror attack but an important military objective." When Goering's counsel first asked him about the Coventry raid, Kesslring said "I did it " Then when he swung to the defense of the decision to bomg the town he said: '•'According to our target files, Coventry was a technical center. We called it 'Little Esen.' Preparations for the attack were very 'methodical, extraordinarily so. I 'myself aided Goering in preparing them." i —• o- Carriers Practicable in Arctic • Aboard the Carrier Midway 450 Miles West of Greenland, March 12 r- (UP)— Rear Adm. John H. Cassady ^aid today that Arctic carrier operations are "absolutely feasible" but slower than under ordinary conditions because of human limitations and a lack of accurate weather information. :,The commander of the navy's sub-Arctic "frostbite" expedition said the navy already has the ships, nlanes and much of the equipment needed to conduct a full-scale northern operation. .i yWe definitely have proved that the Midway is an. all-purpose ship and that carrier operations in Arc- H c ,i' e l lons are absolutely feasible," Cassady said. "But they will nave to be conducted for some time, at a-'much slower rate than ,was attained in tropical regions dining the war. "We have found that men have to become acclimated to these cold 'Weather conditions. They hflve to Work longer hours to keep the planes in flying condition and to keep the flight deck free of snow and ice. And to complicate things l h ^A a ,^, ° we , a F heavy cumber- Page Security for All Social Security Board Chairman A. J. Altmeyer, proposing that benefits be liberalized and extended to. 21,000,000 employed persons not now covered, said it might be necessary to raise the contribution rate from 1 to 10 per cent. He suggested a "stamp book" system for covering agricultural and domestic workers. caped* by inadequate weather information. ' He recommended that additional land weather stations be established in the Arctic and sub-Arctic in addition to weather reporting ships, submarines and planes. ' Cassady added that he hoped to increase the amount the Midway is allowed to spend for food from GO to 70 cents a day because the men need four meals a day as a result of the heavy work schedule. Some crewmen have been going back for scond helpings, even with four meals daily. Meanwhile, the Midway received a report from the coast guard vessel Emporia that a crew member suffering from an acute appendicitis attack was "resting easy" and may be transferred to the destroyer Vogelsang sometime today. The Vogelsang was sent to pick up the stricken man and bring him to the Midway for an emerHencv operation. Newsmen, photographers and industrial observers who have been accompanying the expedition were the curr °nt cxpedi- wan < • as i Sent into northern waters to see how fighting men ad machines reacted to subfreezing temperatures, had been handi- Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, In- named bronchial mucous mem tohave your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Atom Test May Not Sink Battleships Washington, March 12—(/P)—Atom bombardiers say the first act of the Bikini tests this spring may be a dramatic flop. The big target fleet may show little real damage. But the men who'll touch it off suggest the explps.'-'i above the array of warships will demonstrate the dreadful versatility of the atomic bomb. It could, they say, kill or cripple entire crews of structurally intact vessels and thus prove to be an anti-personnel weapon of tremendous magnitude. In a sense, the atomic bomb will be mis-used in the first of the three tests—a land weapon applied against a naval target. Studies predicated on results at Nagasaki and Hiroshima, where the bombs were exploded in mid-air as they will be in the first Bikini drop, indicate the possibility that few or perhaps none of the approximately 100 target ships may bc sunk. This-may be especially true if the ships are anchored bow-on to the bomb burst, so that the streamline character of the hulls and superstructures let some of the blast force slide past. The first test will specialize in an analysis of radiant energy produced by the bomb burst—the- instantaneous burning effect of heat n millions of'degrees and the effects of short wave radiation which kills men. The other two tests, one scheduled to transfer to the de- slroyr ware this afternoon. They will be taken to Nefoundland and Ihen to New York and Washington by plane. World Bonk Will From Non-Members Savannah. Ga., March 12— fUP)— The committee on membership of the world bank and fund will be*< gin consideration tomorrow of the membership requests Of' several countries not now identified with the international institutions. While the governors as a group were taking the day off, the. membership panel and ~a> committee on functions and renumberalion will be occupied most of the day. While only an informal recomniejidatipn has been made to admit, Denmark into membership in the. bank and, the stabilization fund, it was considered a foregone conclusion -that the little Scandinavian country would win quick formal aprovaf. Observers from Denmark are attending the sessions at' the 'General Oglethorpe hotel on Wilmington island near here. with the bomb exploded.q't surface \ and the other underwater,' wifl be' "•--"nijally a lest of the ships them- _ selves. , .. ...... , , ,,, ^ ; —:—: . '' ".'— '. — r •,' Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic • •• Pain Quickly 11 you suffer from rheumatic, arthritis of neuritis pain, try tills elmpln Inexpensive homo recipe that thousands ore using. ; art l a pack-* '' nee of Bu-Ex Compound, a two-woekisupply,»i"' • today. Mix It with a quart of water, add the Juice of 4 lemons. It's easy. .No-trouble at— •; t nil and pleasant. 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I ' ,','' Those who wish to order a World War II Book, send your order and $1.00 deposit, the balance to be paid when you receive your book. • . •/•-••': ••(^••.-' : ' 7 r Princess Elizabeth, heiress presumptive to the British throne, is pictured in a rose lace and tulle picture dress, embroidered in rose and gold with blue bulterllies, in this charming portrait by famed artist-photographer Cecil Beaton. The recent portrait sitting was at Buckingham Palace. Marked Tree Defending Champion Marion, March 12 —(/I 1 )— The Marked Tree Squaws, three time ; champions, will defend their title Jin the Arkansas slate high school i girls' basketball tourney starling j here Thursday. The Squaws have ;\von 117 straight games. Pairings of'the contestants, all district winners except lour invited teams, have been announced by j Tournament Director W. W. Baker. The first round pairings, with district numbers in brackets, follow: Thursday Bismark (0) vs. Siloam Springs Greenwood (12) vs Tyronza (invited I rom 4) Marianna <!> )vs Glcndalo (7 Kl Dorado (9> vs invited team to be named later. Hamburg (Hi vs Newport (3) Plumerville (11) vs Parkin (invited from 5) Friday Cotter (2 )vs Marked Tree (4) Magnolia (10) vs invited team to be named Uiter. o The United States has the largest oyster production in the world. Mexico Ready to Work With U. S. Baseball Mexico City, March 12 —(/I 1 )—Mex ican League President Jorge Pasquel said today he would accept U. S. Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler's proposn.1. for a U. S.- Cuba-Moxico baseball pact provided his circuit gets big league treatment. Commenting on Chandler's suggestion, made in Havana Sunday. Pasqucl said, "If they want 1o make an agreement giving us treatment like the really big league we are, we're ready to enter into it. Otherwise we are ready to give them a terrific fight they never expected to have." In Havana, Bernardo Pasquel. peppery Mexican magnate and brother ol Jorge, took a more uncompromising attitude, and announced: "If the U. S. baseball officials want a baseball war, they will have it." The nation's \vheat conservation program should furnish the average person with sliahtly more protein, iron and B-vitamins especially thiamine, in his flour. Prohibition Futile Says Federal Judge John E. Miller 'My Experience as Judge has convinced me that you cannot prohibit TRAFFIC IN LIQUOR by PROHIBITION LAWS. THEY Create at times a situation that is almost intolerable. ( His statement made in U. S. District \ Court at Hot Springs, Arkansas 9-22-44 ) Legal Control Committee

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