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?' * v; " ' • , * / • Page NOM'JTAft, HOFt, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED . Ads Must Be In Office* Day Before Publication • All Want Adi C«»h In Advance •, Not Taken Over the Phone OM lim« . TW*« HIM* . . , . j« w*rt. minimum 30e Six llmei . . . Se word, minimum »S* wort, minimum SOc Oni month , lie word, minimum $1.70 -•' Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MOftE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Sole PAIR YOUNG MULES AND HAR- hess. Three shoats, one table top Florence riihtfe, one young cow. Raymond Srmth, Shover Springs. 12-3t TWO LARGE MULES WITH .HAR- 1 ness, .one two horse disc, one John Deere middle buster, one good cultivator, and a number C of other farm tools, can be seen at my barn on East Fourth St., across, from Grant's Shop. Floyd Porterfield. 12-6t FIFTY" ACRES LAND, FIVE blocks from Paisley school. See Gentry Pj-inUng Co. Phone 241. J3-3t FORD FERGUSON TRACTORS with two row cultivator and planter. . Fertilizer attachment. Breaking plows, middle burster, 6 foot tandem disc, terracing • plow, and soil scoop. All good as' new. See Raymond Johnson, 3V£ ,miles on Hope-Rosston highway, -Route.2. . -,• }3-3t DOUBLE RT2D . FOX NECK ..piece. Bargain. Practically new. 'Phone "479. ,720 West 3rd St. 13-6t NEW HOUSE.' BUILT IN CABI. J npts: J. F. Easterling, Philips ' .Addition, . , . l4-3t BARIC IN GOOD CONDITION TO i-JSe Wrecked-and moved. Phone 132' ;,. _ : 14.31 193V iJfODEL A FORD. EXCEL• lent {condition. See Mac Parson. i Washington, Ark. 14-3t WHITE TABLE TOP ENAMEL , wood; or coal range. Used 6 months. Mrs. -H. r Wv Kendrick, 1% miles out "oh L'e'wisville highway. 1938. F.ORD, 2-DOOR, 60, HORSE- powar, Sedan.' See at Hickey Brosv Service Station, Emmet. \ ,.'... 14-6t ONE 1941 HUDSON 2-DOOR; ONE , 1937-Chevrolet 2-door, clean, prac- •HcaHy new tires, priced to sell. ' Phone 1024-W.' 14-3t 385 AERES, HIGH CLASS STOCK farm, .four miles from Hope on highway, new house/'big barn, largfe. pond, water and lights 'in .tymse, about 250 acres open pas_ turej. well. .sodged, nice bunch '; timljer, can-'grye possession. See" ;Floy,d Porterfield. 14-6t Host DELUXE MONROE TIRE AND "wheel. Phone. 679,., ..... ,,J.4-3t Kptice SE.E IDEAL FURNITURE STORE •tfor better furniture and better ^bargains. Phone 476. .' 14-lm INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU Jjhaver income tax troubles. I will - <be glad to help you. Do it now, . -avoid the rush in the last days . Charges reasonable. J. W. Strick••Jand. l-24-7w po YOUR OWNJ,AUNDRY. RENT » machine by the hour. Phone - 646rJ for appointment. Ill South , .--JVashington, ' ,' 7-2w LET US REMAKE YOUR OLD -rmattress and make them like -new. Will pick up and deliver In •-^nd'out of town.' "Write or call , : '»«.' Phone 34-3-2. Bright Bros. .^Mattress Co. Hope, Ark. Rt. 2. •^ .-•.--.•.. n . gt ', Services Offered O^IE BLACK SADDLE" STALLION,- »pne Missouri .Jack, .black with • white- nose. "For service. E D ' Bodcaw, Ark. 6-2w -JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE of Prompt Expert Service on AI || - M 8 Sf iG; . JM ^PH^8.,.v Phone ?09' ' 304 East 2nA^ !,'I i I K ' /.... 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 Wanted 50,000 R.ATS TO KILL.WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to anything but rats and mice. Guaranteed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. I find it necessory to correct an error by my colleague, Alfred Da'•"on Runyon. in that he dM nn March 7 assert that it was Pegler Girls'Cage Tourney Under Way Marion, March 4 — (&)— Piny got under way here today in the Arkansas Athletic Association's high school girls basketball tournament. First-round games carded .today were: Bismarck vs. Siloum Srings; Greenwood vs Tyronza; " dll0rn ° Thursday, March 14, 1946 OLD HAGS, MUST BE .CLEAN, frte of buttons, snaps and pins. No woolens nor bVeralls. 5c pound. Hope Star office. 14-tf Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. 11.1 m SMALL CASH REGISTER. W. O. Beene, phone 1054. l2-3t I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South AValnut Street Phone 660. 17-tf CLEAN USED CARS AND 1 trucks, any model, In good condition. Phone 1024-W. 305 South Elm.Street. ' • •- 14.31 For Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED Apartment for light housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E.' Schooley. 2-tf Real Estate for Sole NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE WITH city conveniences and nine lots miles southeast city limits. Lights 12-3t NICE 6 ROOM HOXJSE ON NORTH Elm Street. Priced reasonable. See Riley Lewallen. 11.31 35 ACRES. NICE FIVE ROOM house in Spring Hill. Gas, water and lights.. $500n. Many other good bargains. -See Riley Le\V- allen - .' 13-3t For Sale or Trade 1940 SMALL CADILAC SEDAN Very clean throughout. Under OPA ceiling. J. F. Reed, 404 South Greening St. 14-3t' Lost or Strayed BROWN MARE MULE, GRAY face and smooth mouth. Weight 900 pounds. Notify P. F. Campbell, Hope- Rt. 2 for reward. I4-3t Sprinters Featured at Oaklawn Hot Springs, March 14 —(/P)— Sprinters held the spotlight at Oak- .awri.Park today in the featured iittn and sixth -races. A full field was scheduled to go postward in ong distance. : *v, Jo ]?£L farrnls Bi e Meal was out in the fifth race to duplicate her last effort, in which she dashed to a six length victory. .Slated to carry lOo pounds, the daughter of high quest faced stiff opposition from iopnard, sturdy seven-year-old Relding racing for the Hilltop stock- i?M m i. °U iers running include W, Mike 's Frisky Spirit? White Spot :arrn s ^Nod and Sam Bouchers Maxiekm. .Prominent among those in the sixth race were Hilltop stockfarm's ? s Dream; J. Blackwell's Miss w eI b S \u' B ,°y d ' s Allisoriia; Reynold Brothers' Yavapai and J. C. Sills' Gomel, _ Four other sprint events and two distance races completed the card ' Rockwood Lou defeated si xother routers in the featurer $1,500 mile- and-a-sixteenth allowance race yesterday, paying $24.70 for $2. Lights Abeam was second and Diavolo- man third. The words of "Annie Laurie" were first printed in 1824 and set to.ygiusic in 1835. of Miami and Miami u Nelson, McSpoden and Wood Drop Out at Jacksonville -.--*-- Jacksonville, Fla., March 14 — iv?nt,, mov v, 1° such . , lan ? ua , g , e one (UP) — Pleading golf fatigue, three winter when he went to the Miamis of the nation's to player! dropped for a uniB „..,„„<„,., „„,. ...„„ ..„ out Qf the ^ 7 5QO Jnck ^ onville £' pell today, leaving the field wide open to Ben Hogan, the game's leading money winner this season, A field of about 100 golfers was scheduled to tee off in the opening round today minus Byron Nelson, Harold (Jug) McSpaden and Craig Wood, who all decided to sit this one out. ' . : They explained to/ P.G.A. Tournament Manager,-'Fred Corcoran that the strain of .the winter tournament circuit has proved to much nnd indicated they may remain on the "bench" until the Masters' tournament in Augusta, Ga., April -. _. ...._., . ,,_ IT \.l I L i\j VI 1C JTXilll 1I1S for a little vacation and was unable to rest because wherever he looked, by day or night, he saw countenances which set him mentally to riffling the decks nnd decks of little picture cards in his big lant in the Deportment of Jus- ce. -. , .-. ••' . . While ' I never., objected to : gambling as such'and- have always projferred' the 'Itab'le arid crank sports to stock speculation because the hurt 'is,- comparatively •: trivial and much sqoner.:over ( I'-often did' enjoy describing .scenes that'a stranger could .-perceive 'in the Miamis but which, the sheriffs mayors and policemen were unaware of. . , ' .' It sometimes -even occured to my cynical mind that there >night be collusion between the dealers and the local statesmen and per- naps gifts of money from the former to the latter for their fore- bearance to the great distress of all believers in self-government under freedom. But they never did pay me any never-mind until usually along toward the latter part of March which had become an annual festival like the Mordi Crras or harvest moon and was known as crime-must-go week fb ?u l the , end of this week most ot the visitors would be gone and £ et £ r( !! Jsed u glmrdians would state truthfully that there was not a wheel spinning anywhere in Dade county and this would be a great victory for the pure in heart Once, the legislature up in Tallahassee was going to subpoena me to come and tell all and the way I understood if was that the mem- b , er w fh ° had this brash- idea thought I was already up around Louisville doing some of my tender prose about the streets. Instead liowever, I had tarried around Orlando and when I wired the member that I would be glad to come over they were so alarmed that tne y adjourned the legislature. My friend, Alf Runyon, says the criminal scum with whom he lives on friendly terms do not engage in professionalipractice in the Miamis and I sort'of agree that in this respect the, community enjoys an immunity like that of St. Paul for "•"uuiiujr; use mai 01 st. Paul, for noara tne criminal scum, story tnat many years under, John O'Connor I am about to relate. One winter. Wlien St. Paul wn« lrnrm,n no n».r. n in ."Pnlm 'RnnoVi -T r1»«nr,r*nrl inf/-, iV»n * d Mttww* • uumi u ^unnor wnen St. Paul was known as prisoners base, and Toledo, which had a similar arrangement. The rule Beach, i own" up ohavngised K Tx Y° m °!; c first - ro "»d Bnmes will this, dainty term more than once £ te Ployed tomorrow. They will send but I think that Alfred, as an old Mrarke( ?. Tree against Cotter and time settler there and a near Mag™ 1 " 1 v " Atkins, neighbor of some of the most ro- bustious pine-apple men and practitioners of the Neapolitan bag trick, should know that it was first applied to his clothes-lin friends by John Edgar Hoover, the young King Brady of our time and the eye that never sleeps. Mr. Hoover CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner 4. •Or- Fights Last Night By the Associated Press New York — Tony Janiro, 147, Youngstown, outpointed Ernest "Gat" -Robinson, 150, New York,- 8. Buffalo — Phil Muscato, 182, Buffalo, outpointed Gunnar Barlund, 202 1-2. Helsinki 10. Binghamton, N. Y. — Sam Baroudi, 102 1-2, New York, outpointed Len Wadsworth, 159 3-4, Hamilton, Ont. 8. ?Here it is raining again nnd you slill haven'( fixed [his pan!". This Curious World By William Ferguson By United Press Providence, R. L — Willard Buckless, 155, Saugus, Mass., outpointed Bob Flanagan, 157, Boston, (8). S o u t h b r idge, Mass. —- Corky I Davis, 133, Worcester, Mass., i knocked out Russ Barnes, 128, Buf falo, N. Y. (2). running around with Little Augic Carfano and tthe old bootlegger who calls himself Jimmy , Kelly which is not his name and" all were playing high social that "year with neighbor Al Capone. Georgio never could understand how he got fetched and that Rose, who thought he was in the clear, was actually so stupid that he just couldn't keep out of jail. So, anyway, Alf played one side of the street and I worjjced the other and we have both done * .wtu wager that, yoti nfve'r hoard the criminal scum story that. I ciui uuuut tu iciuitr. wilt; wiuifi. in Palm Beach, I dropped into the office of Barry Shannon, the man-1 ager of Brndley's big gambling Loe 7 s Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring st «ks t Fried Chicken • Barbecue tFish • Sandwiches •Soft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 far Private ? Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limit* & Highway 67 We«t c* 5 """"semeni. me rule ager 01 araaiey s Dig gamming in t>t. .Paul and Toledo was that house, and, noticing some ball-bats professionals landinp in town wereiin a corner, asked if the dealers to -register-at; headquarters even and the.boys of the commitee, who before thev rta^t**™ ^ .*„!.. ,.„ forked in the dark of the parking space at night, were playing a little one old cat. Oh, no, Mr. Shannon said and rolling up a desk revealed a variety of weapons ranging from a six 7-8 blackjack in a BB width to a blast-furnace;* of sawed off 12-gauge. Then pointing up behind the chaste white grille' overlooking the big play room, Mr. Shannon showed me two silent committee men sitting there with rifles intently watching the scene of extravagance where the womn present might have assayed a couple of million in jewelry to say nothing of the cash in circulation. Not long before, Mr. Shanon said, they had had a distinguished ' - " Is very good on | ^ before they registered at their hotels .and were-placed on their honor not to misbehave, and usually kept the pledge, the. results .being that these cities, had, 'more criminals and less crime than ; you could find anywhere else outside a big prison. But m the-. Miapriis temptation' sometimes overcame poor, weak members of .the scum as one time when-a prowler ran up a. magnificent score in jewelry and was caught and given: something like 40 years. He said it was a low-dosvn dirty trick, because he had been practically licensed for an exclusive concession to rob the Udle rich a *v , acc1used some, of the most stately local personalities of-partnership with him.'.. • • "Faugh" and "a. timely story" the leaders. of local thought and civic affairs replied incredulously and at my last hearing of him, when I went to Raiford to call he was still in the death house for safekeeping because he had broken jail and been recaptured and the warden said he was just to busy to mess with jail breakers. The warden was fixing to keep waraen was fixing to keep .him across the causeway and Mr. Bak- lorty years in the. death house al- er said, yes. and Dutch Anderson, though in Florida ten years is about the other half of . the team, and the ITlrlvimiirn tr\vt cmtriu:,-. n n **,j j« i:u n ...: n ^. ... nM 4U «1 An nnn mno in <\ IN PLYING TO THE /VNOON, WILL HAVE TO TAKE OFF FROM EARTH, WHICH \S TRAVELINS t 7O, OOO M/L£SAM HOU/Z. AND MAKE OUR LANDING ON A WHICH IS /WOVINIfe AROUND US AT A RATE OF MORE THAN > 2.. OOO M/ICS A A/ HOUR. COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. (1.. S. PAT. OFF. 0 WHAT ARE THE THERE ARE BATS WITH A WINGSPREAD OF MORE THAN ANSWER: Old wife, a flsh; old squaw, a duck; oleaster, a shrub SPORTS ROUNDUP -Ir luh S. FiOntfi Jr. New York, March 14 — UP)— It's INEW XOI-K, wiarcn it — i/t j )—it s i a sure sign of spring who" Cliff iCincinanti . . . They may be worth Bllqdgod drops in to leave a few watching this ye;ir. copies of "Who's Who in Baseball" hecks in with baseball an- Sportspourri Tne inclusion of Syracuso invitation uicitnr Rirrv whn U vprv good on ""ii-i"ui.caoiuiiui unatjuciu un- *••>- •••>;•,,. "* U.MI.I.UOU visitor, Barry, wno is very good on | nuar cuff admits he had tno Arizona in this year's invita faces made hmi before he was in- |biggest task in s t d jd basketball tournament makes side the door. His guest was Gerald who . g who fo) . thjs se[)son | tolal or 36 diffci . cnl tcnms apear . Chapman one of the recognized First he had lo dig out rocords o£ ing in nine years . . . That's just leaders OI tne SCUm laier lO DC Hnypnc rtf voiinM-»Mirr c.ot., f in« «-,«.-, ii sn-sn rnnnrH nnTimnrnrl \r\ '19 n ~~-~i • -•-- — — -—= -- jirsi ne nacrio nig out records ot ssI*SM^wh. s? "y: u r 1 tsf ,•„"£= a. ane a r, ., was worth $10,000 dead^or alive. He could not divine Mr. Chapman's Intentions and this, naturally, made him very nervous. So. he telephoned the sheriff, Bob Baker, across the causeway and Mr. Bak- NOTICE —WE HAVE MOVED . <o 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 Dlst. Phone 578R • o-- •*•» •*• *••• ""4-i-vv.ttjvaip 10 ti UULJL the maximum for anything and is usually dealt to rural axe murderers who slay five, maim unwed mother and babe in frenzy. . It is a peculiar fact that, each m his way, Alfred Runyon and I have made a.pretty good thing out ot writing about'the criminal scum. Alfred has been their interpreter in such Ribald, stories as "butch minds the baby" and has'larded the American language with much of theirs which is raucous all right but much less picturesque than you might suppose. I mean that while Au has rabbit ears and funnels in their thoughts and wordage, he also paints on little dabs of color of his own because, actually, most of them are ignorant bums with very litle imagination. While Alfred was fellowshiping with the scum over these years and plainly enjoying their company, I was aloofing them personally and casing such overconfident, extravagant slobs as Georgio Scalise and Harry Rose among some others. Georgio was a neighbor of All's one winter and was Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES Alf Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS,ARK, • j* .**,. ~-, • likewise worth $100,000, was in a room in West Palm, waiting for Chaopie to report. "Didn't you make a grab for them?" I asked Mr. Shannon. "Oh, for pity sake alive," Mr. Shannon said. "Of course not. We didn't want the distasteful publicity that would have ensued and to Mr. Baker, the good name of our fine community was not to be sacrificed for a paltry $2000,00 in rewards. We might even have had a shooting. No, we just watched them carefully and next morning they drove off toward Jacksonville and we all were greatly relieved." So, later on Dutch Anderson was killed by a policeman in Michigan and Chaoman shot a policeman in a cheap burglary in Waterbury and was hanged bv a unique device which whipped'him off the floor instead of dropping him through a hatch and the guests of old Colonel Bradley's austere beach club never knew that on that night they had the honor to rub elbows with the heaviest clot of the cram of he criminal scum. SERVICE — QUALITY — VARIETY 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 „, , Germaco Hot Caps Sinkers Dellnted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Sweet Corn, Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedesa, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE Tht Ufdlng Seed Stor« reinstate them to the book, which jumped to a new high of pages as a result Then there wer'e" .athletes wlw "retired" then changed their minds and those who really did retire .. . For instance the name of Paul Waner is missing for the first time since 1927.: i Joe Cronin finally was dropped along with Bob Johnson and Larry French and Tommy Bridges, both of whom had only a few games to go to reach the mark of 200 pitching victories . . . Newcomers include Dave "Boo" Fer- riss.jHal Gregg, Marino Pierctti, Al Schoendienst, Lambert "Dtuch" Meyer and Goodie Rosen . . , , There's another newcomer, whose inclusion makes Cliff blush a little — none other than daiv'erous Danny Gardella . . . Cliff" isn't ready to recognize the Mexican Lea'gue as a major loop. Semi-Pro Stuff Although Dumont calls his outfit "non-professional" his 1945 tournament al Wichita was so loaded with professionals that they picked two all-star teams . . . The second, listed as "best prrr-occts for organized brill" included Lou Kretlow, of the champion Enid. Qkla., army team, who now is on the Detroit Tigers' roster, and Grady Hatton of the Greensboro, N._ C,v team, who collected some 7/ *. - '' - — «•••» »»nw vwnv^utfu .auiliu- thing,like $25,000 for signing with a so-so record compared to 32 a year in the N.A.I.B. tourney at Kansas City . . . Sophomore John Dillon, who has scored 405 points so far for .the North Carolina cage team, used to play with the Savannah ice delivery team. Natch, he's a col customer Jhu ridgy, March 14, 1946 Political Announcements The Star Is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to" Iho action ot the' Democratic primary elections this Slimmer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W.' IIACKETT Hempstead County For Sheriff A Collector T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE It. BUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C, TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD. JR. 18 Ships Due on West Coast, 2 at East Ports, Today By the Associated Press Eighteen transports, carrying f>,- 375 service personnel, are expected lo arrive today at three west coast ports while 87 more troops are due 10 debark from two vessels •". two east coast ports. In addition, one vessel with -140 Dutch, French, Belgian and Luxemburg war brides and children is due at New York. West coast arrivals include: San Francisco, nine transports, 1,379; Seattle, Wash., eight ships, 2.(i2.'i: San Diego, Calif., one vessel 1703. Arriving at New York is one ship 24, while Norfolk, Va., expects one ship with C3 men. Only 8 Left in Basketball Tournament HOPE STAR, H0PE, ARKANSAS Kansas City, March 14 ~(/P) — The National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball's starting tournament field of 32 loams is trimmed to eight now bul there isn't ,u coach in the lot who is willing to name his club as a favorite in tonight's quiirtrr-finuly play. Surviving after 24 games in three (lays are Loyola University of the South. New Orleans, defending champion; George I'eppenUne College of Los Angeles. 1043 fifcl- ist; University of Nevada, Eastern Washington College of Cheney, Wash., Southern Illinois Normal, Indiana State Teachers (Torre Haute), South Dakota Wesleyah and Urury College of Sritigfiuld, Mo. —o— Basketball Scores By the Associated Press East Boston Univ 54; Brown 45. South Kentucky State College 43; Knoxville College 38. American Basketball Congress (Atlanta) (Semifinals') Camp Alerbury find.) 74; Atlanta Sports Arean 41!. Fort Benning (Ga) 07; Midland, Mich., GO. Midwest i National Intercollegiate Bn.skc.t- , ball (NAIB) Tournament (Kansas ilyl (Second Round) Indiana State (Torre Haute) 02; Houston (To.\) Univ 43. Dakota Wcsleyan 41; Culver- Stockton 40. Eastern Washington College 4!}; Soiilheasto'-n State (Okla.) :i7. George Pepperdinc College G4; Iowa State Teachers 22. Drury College (Mo) 55; Augsburg (Minn.) 47. Southern Illinois Normal 50; Loras (la) 55. To help speed up dinner, you can cook stews, .pot-roasts and simmer meats ahead of lime Reheated they are just as delicious. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars ••' -•./:• Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car nnd home radios. , FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. (Mcnn Davis claims Army's he'd rather block than run with a football because it's more fun when you can knock somebody down .... •o- French toast is delicious. Take bread and dip it into a milk ami egg mixture, then fry it to a golden brown on both sides. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbino • Heating Phone 259 Hope, 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 Sayings & Loan Association 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. Hard A Complete Line of ... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS PUT ON Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic OPEN ON SUNPAY ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 DR, H.T. SHULU VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope. Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 | Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS iob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 8. M«ln Hats Cleaned end Rebuilt the factory way. * HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 Alterations Presied While You Walt Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO 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 f IT'Y Carl Bacon wl 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 Sea Us For BABY CHICK? You'll like our quality chicka, hutched right from selected flocke. Hardy, |u««- grower*. Low pric*. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO- 4th and La. Sts Phone 26 Baseball Diamond Rougher Than War, Players Discover ±r Lakeland, Fla.. March 14 — (/l 1 )^- Three husky young Detroit 'Tigers' outfielders who went through the win- without (in iiche or pain luid lo come lo Florida to lull nruirl. Barney McCoskcy. i the tenm's slar pre-war center- fielder, has a pulled hip muscle that niitjhi keep him out of uniform for several more weeks. Dick \Va!<efield, the boy with the blf> bat. pulled something loose in his groiu when he fell making a play Hw left field the -other day. Pat Mullin. the righifielder who hit around .340 before he was Injured in 1941, is. out of aciion with a pulled leg muscle,. IN THE RUNNING Crown Point, Ind. March; 14 — M 1 )— Walter M. Oleska ot Hobart changed his mind twice in one day but remained firm on one point — he's in politics. Clerk Walter Myback said, Oleska withdrew his declaration .of, candidacy for trustee of Hob!w>t township on the Republican ticket and filed another — lor justice of the peace — but on the Democratic ticket. Si "i_\ ' Seven if. ... and It's the TRUTH That Liquor Is a CURSE! It Makes Drunks, Crime, Disease, Suffering, Paupers! IT BOOZE ADVERTISING IN 1944 An absolutely reliable survey just completed reveals that 7 big distilleries and 43 smaller,ones, and 13 wineries, spent 79 Breweries spent $50,000,000.00 . 25,640,000.00 $75,640,000.00 In addition, 1,300 smaller companies spent more than enough to make the grand total of. $100,000,000.00 for promoting a disease-breeding, crime-breeding racket. HOPE, AND HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, PAID THEIR SHARE OF THAT ENORMOUS AMOUNT. AND GOT NOTHING BUT WRETCHEDNESS AND HEARTACHE FOR THEIR MONEY! VOTE DRY MARCH 19th! SAVE OUR YOUTH U. S. ATTORNEY GENERAL CLARK recently said: "When 70 percent of adult criminals are known to have been delinquent in their youth, it is high time that a new step be initiated *to curb such a disgraceful|situation. li'fc' 1 ': '' ' • "Erring boys and girls must be saved from continuing lives of crime." According to a recent report sent me by DIRECTOR J. EDGAR HOOVER of the F.B,I., 21 percent of all arrests are of persons under 21. More 17-year olds are arrested than any other group." "Since 1939 the arrests of girls under 18 have increased 198 percent, while arrests of boys under 18 have increased 48 percent." "Judges of courts grear and small estimate that 40 percent to 90 percent of all CRIME is linked up with liquor. $1 "for CHURCH; over $4 for BOOZE! Figures recently published' show' expenditures o.f money in 1944 in America: FOR LIQUORS v ::;;: : : CHURCHES AND CHARITIES $7,100,000- 000.00 . 1,600,000,000.00 A TERRIBLY DANGEROUS SITUATION,IKIDEED' And the terrific sum shown spent for liquors does not include bootleg. That would add an enormous-additional sum spent for liquors. On top of all : this comes the cost of CRIME CAUSED BY LIQUORS, which is conservatively put at $6,000,000,000 00 HEMPSTEAD COUNTY HAS HER SHARE , OF ALL THIS! NOW IS THE TJME TO !. "CLEAN HOUSE". LET'S DO SO ON MARCH 19rh. BE SURE TO VOTE DRY. URGE YOUR FRIENDS TO VOTE DRY! VOTE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY .-. . . .• .'.. • •-•-'••• ••- '•• • ' -• '. ••>'fir-, •-•! - -. ..• ,, n ". .- ; .- . -, , ,. -...:,-. ,.r .•,. .-. , : .'. . .^^^^ .^^^^^_ ^m ~ ' ' • ' ' • • ' On Tuesday/March 19(h The progressive, neighborly, right-thinking people of Hempstcod County have pride in their community, which is so highly regarded by the rest of the State. They want to dwell in peace and happiness, free from the anxieties, heartaches and disgrace that so often is associated Save This Page it Shows You How to Vote Scratch Out the TOP LINE of Your Ballot Like This ft with the liquor habit. These people have a love for home, church and school that is not compatible with drunkedness, crime and squalor which liquor brings into the home and the community. Happiness, clean-living, prosperity ... is what the Hempstead County folk want. So they DEATH ON THE HIGHWAYS ore going to the polls on Tuesday, March 19th, and vote against the liquor traffic. You who are indifferent should make up your minds NOW to follow their lead. No one has ever been sorry yet for doing his best to fi/ee his community from the liquor evil! '•* .- Drunken drivers are killing people daily. Cleveland, Ohio, PRESS reports on December 8,1945, a particularly tragic "drunk-driving" death of recent date in that city. The father of four children, one of whom was born only five days before, was killed today by a car which passed a truck on the wrong side and struck him while he was pushing his stalled car. The drunk- driver was fined heavily and sentenced to six months in the Workhouse. When a photographer took his picture he said: "What do you think I am, a murderer?" Then he said: I guess maybe I am". WHAT ABOUT THE SEUER WHO SOLD HIM THE LIQUOR AND THE CITY AND THE STATE WHICH ACCEPTED THEIR SHARE OF THE PROFITS? THEY, TOO, ARE GUILTY. WHAT ABOUT HOPE, AND HEMPSTEAD COUNTY? MUST SOME HORRIBLE TRAGEDY OCCUR HERE BEFORE WE'LL WAKE UP? NO! WE'RE AWAKE NOW, AND WE MUST VOTE DRY ON MARCH 19TH, TO PREVENT TRAGEDIES AND CRIMES. iv US. VOTE DRY MARK YOUR BALLOT AS FOLLOWS — SCRATCH OUT THE TOP LINE i/Timr Alexander Pope Sqid . , VICE IS A MONSTER OF SUCH" FRIGHTFUL MEIN, ,!,, AS TO BE HATED NEEDS BUTT' TO BE SEEN, |YET SEEN TOO OFT, FAMILIAR WITH HER FACE, WE FIRST ENDURE, THEN PITY, THEN EMBRACE. - * TRULY LIQUOR IS A VICE, AHp" IT IS BEING - . "EMBRACED" BY MORf A"ND' MORE PEOPLE, BOTH ADULTS AND AS THEY BECOME MORE FAMILIAR LET'S DRIVE IT OUT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY : ON MARCH 19th! AGAINST THE MANUFACTURE OR SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS HEMPSTEAD COUNTY REMEMBER, IF YOU DON'T VOTE, IT COUNTS FOR THE WETS FOR FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS, CALL PHONES 494-847-47 '

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