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f' \ 4^ \ Fu«« Fuu. HOPS STAR, HOP E, ARKANSAS Safin-defy, Moreh 16, 1946 * * Blondie By Chick Young i' « J' 1! WM\ CON^" VQU CTOlVlE DOWN TO BREAKFAST (-OSE MDuR JOB (growl questioned Vera for an hour. She told a straight stOTy. J HAD NO J V I HAD YOU IN V REASON TO SUS- HERE BEFORE AND \ PECT HIM OF YOU SAID YOU DIDN'T I KILLING JEKCE. I KNOW A THING. WHY < WASN'T SUSPICIOUS ^DIDN'T YOU TELL US V UNTIL TONIGHT. / ABOUT SCARR? U • •* THEN HE ACTED \/"WHAT'N SO STRANGE. 1 HAD/ HAPPENED SONETOBED. HE /TO VOUR BLACK IN5I5TEDTHAT I / EYE7SCAR5 GETUPAN060 S\ GAVE IT TO YOU, OUTWItH HIM. ; \ DIDN'T HE? I W6NT OVER IT WITH MAKEUP. ROV PRETENDED TO BE SORRY HEHITME. SAID HE GOT JEALOUS WHEN I WENT OUT WITH YOU, BUT "Tv"***^ ! GUE5S HE WAS AFRAID ' Pf^K. TO HAVE ME TALK ^lOWTO YOU. 1 went then to take a look at Scarr. I wanted to Chech on something.) Side Glances By Galbraith MOIIEST • MAIDENS' Tra.UmarV Re^iiUrcd U. S. Patent Oftko M JQ jQ 3 M THE BLEEKK HAD \ WHEN VALK OPENEP IT THAT \ NO REASON TO POU6T HIDEOUS BRUTE TRIED TO RAISE J THAT JEROMES BODV [ UP! OH, IT WAS HORRIBLE f WAS IN THE CASKET UNTIL THEV WERE THEN THEV TQiV VOU- HOW TH6 SON VOU WERE S.O PROUD OF REALLY PlED.MR.BLKKE.,, SHOT DOWN \6 A KIDNAPER ! YES...THEV HAP PROOF.., WARNED THAT UNLESS WE: HIP JULKIC- FOE AWHILE, THEV'D REVEAL JEROME'S PI55RACE! IT'S A DEAUTY, SCARR. YOU LOOK V/ELL IN BLACK. THAT'S WHY I SMACKED YOU •IN THE EYE INSTEAD OF THD CHIN. IT SEEMED LIKE A NICE TO SQUARE THINGS, rORVERA. OTn, l»<«»r fifSfV VOU COJLPW'T BEAR THAT...5O HELD 1 THE FUNERAL WITH SEALED CASKET, weisMreD WITH SANP PASS...THEN T VISITORS FEW VOUR HOME/ , iPVE . _APTAlMl LIVEPT0: "5,1 X _c u o u I THINK YOU'RE STALLING YOU PON'T GET HAULED IN TO THE 6ENTI5T..-THEK5 AIN'T A 5IGN OF AN>' TKOPICAL VALLEV DOWN THESE / SURE, I. SEE IT CHUM--BUT I'W NOT COIN(5 TC> BISK NECK IN THAT SOU? SEE f-OCr \VHICH HIDE5 VALLEV ...you LOOK IN ON THE .FOUNTAIN SIPE — IT'S SMOKE---THERE'S SOMEONE POWN THERE.-.MAYBE IT'S THEM/ / BLINKie/ PLANE // COMING * COFS. 1M« BY NEA SERVICE. INC.'T. M. REG. U. 3. PAT. OFF. - 3-I& Cj _/£ I ^._, J I // /lU - "I'm afraid John isn't mfich of a financier—we could sell "The maupower^shorKlge^is Still pretty-bad *, .this house al a big profit now, hul he's so conservative he vm , bjm-^f" " •"• says he'd iike.to know_where we'd live ii' we sold!" ~* AJ/UI . " Freckles and His Friends Bv RInccni c Q) X says Junny Business By Hershberger Freckles and His Friends By Blosser TOR QUIT? SOME TIME, LARD HAS BEEN FORCED TO PAY A PRICE-FOR/ HECTORS ANJD , JUNIOR'S SILENCE/ BUT MOW HE NEED FEAR THEM NO LONeER. AMP '. SINCE TOey ARE MORTAL ENEMIES-, HE HA9 ARRANGED A LITTLE- -* MEETING-/ _ KNJOWS ABOUT THE , RECORDINGS/ IT WOULD BE KIND OF YOU TO GIVE YOUR APPLE TO A HORSE J TOO -HENRY/, •3-lt Ivl*. Kr.fi Fr^Tl-'Hl ; ;u'Mtli;»Tr •4-r I 2 o c o O Sooue. \ r ,,,... , Y ^ &OOKS SOINS- TO ARE , LEAVE YOU BALANCED!/ HERETO >> /SETTLE YOUR, WAR/ : "Andi with it goes an option on a harvest hand in August I" Awo TO DISCOURAGE AMY POSSIBLE KE- TREAT, we'Re GONNA CONFISCATE YOUR ^MOBILE UNITS/ r VCOPR. 1MC BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. DEC. U. S. PAT. OFF. 3-lfa O, o O > v r VOU KNOW, 5IXTY7T6H, DOCT02,XVVE'-L, I<M AF 2AID 1 I COULD USE AN / I WAS A \ OUb PHYSICS i ENTERPRISING WHIZ IN ARE A BIT MQRE i YOUNG LADY V HIGH SCHOOL / ADVANCED-'HEBE IN THE V PHYSICS' A BUT TnEN.CM lLABOBATORY jffl^,^ ^A \ THE OTHER. .IF-- L«t£i$m§$Ss art V HAMD-- I FIGHTS THE GIANT AT OUT THE WEPDINQ J/ THEN INVITATIONS V I'LL HAVE FOR TEN A TIME TO O'CLOCK PRESS Thimble Theater fBEG PARDON," SI > YOU MIGHT /CARE TO SEE YOUR OPPONENT'S GLOVE / 6LOVES MEANS X ??j FCMIUICS Syndicate, Inc., wcrlJ ciyhls reserved ^1'M GIVING /THAT'S NICE > AW, DOC, THAT'S A WONDERFUL/ AND ? APABTY OP YOU, MiSS JJUST WHAT OOP J I'VE ^£T MR. MONDAY V H.ADDA, ^ AND OOOLA./COP--I TKiNK. HE'S EVENIMG, 7 BUT-- } NEED--AND IT Jv, G5AMD/ 42 o o CO Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople MRS. HOOPLE, AREr \N& LOVINiS ROVER BOVS GLAD TO SEE OUR SKILLET SClt^TlST 308 / ; AS A AT-TER. INiTERlOE. BEATIMG \METOOK WHILE VOU VOLVR.E A.LL f\<=> DUMT LIVE ANY MORE? VOU MEAKJ FROM DE SEEK.- NESS EES DEAD..DE .SMULL POX-ER.- SHUT UP OVEE THERE. 1 OUT OF TOWN -SERIOUS AS A A.T IV\E:P\LTIIV\e, 6O I'M GHCIM& IT TO IE PER- J CENiT — a TAKE HIM IMS1DE TO TEACH HIM TH' LAMGUAGE; PAV YOUR 25 P££ CENiiT BOOST AS. CKEEB- (} F LILLY AS CHORUS) GIRL. A.T OIL KlNiS RO\M 6/ TELL KIM TO COME AT TEM HIS LESSON) 'STID OF FOUR.' . POTHOLDERS? THifirrv YEARS TOO soow • M .* O O O o O u 1 1 AND I'D LIKE FOE YOU ALL COME.' WOULDN'T HU2T US EITHER/ crjpR 1 jy_*6.BY_t<_cA_ti.H«vic.l. i .i«c. T, M. nr.-.. u : s. I-AT. orr '•-> / \\) I // /"^(A' yxrvr: '• L^mMmm VlV 'St GVNO TO VtKiO S -/O f4r^~v">' F-TT^f »«*/ ( (.'' WHAT MAKES IT 50 g?-f JUMPIW'JIMIMY/ ZI6-2AG// I/OUTHFUL AFTER YOU'VE CAPTURED HIPPER LUKE,I'LL HAVE HOT COFFEE • «^_ FOR YOU, RED.' LUKE' ) /"SH-H 1 1>\ HElPltf 1'OU GET •—rs-' A LOOSE,3U5,BUT TOU r GOTTA HELP ME !j m. RUBV j»«» .r&JCW. ^^K9tft * , i £E5»9^»»K:«HK3^ _ Jorurjay, March 16, 1946 CLASSIFIED HOP! STAR,. HOPE, ARKANSAS One time . . Thr«t Hmti . word, minimum 30c Six time, .„ „ .. . , i word, minimum SOc On. mif-.L ' 'i. ' ' mlnlnu "" »« un« month . 1g e word, minimum $».70 For Sale , i ' wo lu "' so disc, one , mickll ° b »«ler « <> . vator. Illld ., num) of other fnrm tools, can be seen " " i bilr » °" Enil Fou,1h SI NA N DI N AS AND Mr "- 1«38 2.UOOR DODGE SEDAN ' t . ndlti " n - C '™"1 tires. 307 A - °' Brl * hl - UPRIGHT TYPEWRITER, PAH- KOI- , r )l fountain pen, Eisenhower jacket, 21 Jewel wrist watch _Phnnc G10-W. lO-St DOUBLE RKD FOX N~i~C~K piece. Bargain. Prncticnllv new JPhoncJVfl^Tai^Wcsl 3rd St. 13-01 NEW HOUSE~lIuiL/r nets: J. F Addition. IN CABI'«. Philips IN GOOD ,.?., wrcckcd fllltl moved. Phone _J.££ __ _______ _ __ _ 14-31 3931 MODE!/ A FORD. EXOElT lent condition. See Mac Parson Washington, Ark. j^.gt : WHITE TABLE TOP ENAMEL ; wood or coal range. Used fi ; months. Mrs. H. W. Kendrick. IV. • miles out on Lewisvllle highway" '_ ______ 14 - ;il 4038 FORR, 2-DOOR, GO HORSE~ _ power, Sedan. Sec at Mickey *I<Bros. Service Station, Emmet H-oi ONE in-ll HUDSoTT^OOORToNE 19:i7 Chevrolet 2-door, clean', practically new. tires, priced to sell. Phone 1024-W. u-U 38f) ACRES, HIGH CLASS STOCK farm, four miles from Hope on highway, new house. bi ff barn large pond, water and lights iii house, about 250 acres open pasture well sodded, nice bunch i*»U mbor ' e:ul k' ivt! possession. See Ul'loyd Portcrficld. 14-Gt ROBERTSON CAFE LOCATEn'oKT highway 07 east, by. Tol-E-Tcx Comnany. See T. F. Robertson, _J20_East 3rd Street. 15-31 BEDROOM SUITE. LINOLEUM" c-ook stoves, heaters, chairs, kitchen cabinets, ice boxes, tables Kollaway bed. Sec Tom Currel. 15-2W REGISTERED JERSEY "MATE calves. 1 week to 4 months old. .j^Soo Lacio Rowe. Hope Rt. 3. 15-Ot Wanted r.0,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS nit killer. Harmless to any. thing but rats and mice. Guaraii- teed. I-ceders Supply Co. 28-3w OLD RAGS, MUST BE CLEAN free of buttons, snaps and pins' No woolens nor overalls , r >c pound. Hope Star office 14-lf WELL EDUCATED VETERAN with car to travel and sell educational Service with highest endorsement to homes in Hemp-stead and adjoining counties. Can earn $100 per week and up when you work. For full information write, District Malinger, Box HI Hot Springs, Ark. 15.31 O'Neill Is Pessimistic of Tigers Lost DELUXE MONROE TIRE AND wheel. Phone 679. 14-31 RATION BOOK NO. 4. RETURN to Nazaree Hunter, Rt. 2, Hope 35-31 ONE PAIR OF SHOES PUT IN wrong Hope car in Texarkana Friday. Call 271. ic-3t Real Estate for Sale NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE WITH city conveniences and nine lots just outside city limits. Call 1052. 15-31 For Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED A- fartment for light housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-l], Mrs. J.E. Schoolcy. 2-lf Lost or Strayed •PEACH TREES. 3 FOOT JUNE Buds or one year olds. George . Ann Orchards, Prcscott, Ark. •"• 15-Gt For Sale or Trade 1940 SMALL CADILAC SEDAN Very clean throughout. Under OPA ceiling. J. F. Reed, 404 South Greening St. 14.31 Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. 11-lm I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone 6GO. 17-tf CLEAN USED CARS AND' trucks, any model, in good condition. Phone 1024-W. 305 Soulh ••"iplm Street. l4-3t BROWN MARE MULE, GRAY face and smooth mouth. Weight 900 pounds. Notify P. F. Camp- jacll, Hope Rt. 2 for reward. 14-31 Services Offered ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION" one Missouri Jacjc, black with white nose. For service, E 'D Downs, Bodcaw, Ark. 6-2w Lakeland, Fla., March 15 — -f/p)— For i\ man whose club won the world championship only five months ago mid who will have a much stronger teum going for him in the coming American League ruce, Manager Steve O'Neill of the Detroit Tigers is putting on an extremely fretful front these days. 'I don't know how this one's going to come out," he insists from behind a man-sized wedge of baseball tobacco. "We'll be better, but those Yankees and Red Sox are a whole lot belter, too, and don't make the mistake of overtaking Washington. In my opinion the Senators will be right up there again. The St. Louis Browns could make a lot of trouble. The Tigers, except for their fine mound staff headed by Hal Ncw- houser, will bear slight resemblance to the ragged but courageous outfit which struggled through to beat the Chicago Cubs in the seventh game of the last Worlds Series. The only surviving regular of that club— playing his 'same position — will be Eddie Mayo at second. To make way for the wealth of returning outfield talent, Hank Greenberg has been shifted back to his old post at first, and Rudy York lias gone his way to the Red Sox. Paul Richards, the cagey veteran whose catching and timely hitting featured the MS play-off. finds himself relegated to second string behind the returning Birdie Tcbbetts. Eddie Lake, who had a good season at Boston, where he . hit .27!) and fielded well, figures to strengthen the Tigers at shortstop. Pinkie Higgins, long one of the game's lop third-baseman, -is back from the navy and looking highly capable. For his outfield, O'Neill has four potential .,'JOO sluggers in Barney McClosky, Dick Wakefield, Pat Mullin and the highly-touted newcomer, Walter CHool) Evers. who was a' firecracker in the Texas league before the war. Roger Cramer, veleran centerficlder who led Detroit's hiling in the World Series, appears slated to move on, but Roy Cullenbine is assured a job as an extra outfielder and possible replacement for Greenberg at -first, where he has had considerable experience. Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phone 470. 14-lm DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT a machine by the hour. Phone 646.j for appointment. Ill Soul! Washington. 7.2 V LET US REMAKE YOUR OLD mattress and make them like new. Will pick up and deliver In and out of town, "write or call us. Phone...34,J-2. Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Hope, Ark. Rt 2 11-61 IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS' and Venetian blinds write Rilev Cooper, 1909 West 17th Street, lexarkana, Texas. 15-2m JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 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 9-Year-Old Child Killed, Others Hurt in Fuel Explosion Holly Grove, March 15— fUP) — Nine-year-old Lonnie Messer was burned to death and two other persons received critical in- Hiries yesterday when a fivc-Kal- long can of tractor fuel exploded and set fire to their farm home near here. Annie Laura Messer, 36 and Marlin Gay Messer, 10, mother and sister of the accident victim, wore reported in critical condition in a Memphis, Tenn., hospital. The can exploded as Mrs. Messer was pouring fuel into the kitchen stove. Flames irom the explosion spread rapidly and quickly cle- slroycd the house. Loe 7 s Tourist Cafe-Court • • Pcsturlno --• Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Flsh • Sandwiches *Soft Drink* NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 West Handicap at Oaklawn Hot Springs, March 18 The $1,500 Park Hotel handicap for three-year-olds and up, with two Arkansas Derby eligiljles on'nred, and an allowance spjint for three- year-olds, with halt a dozen other proniinent derby eligibles in the limit field, shared lop interest at Oaklawn Park today. The seven entered in the Park Hotel event included Ariel Ace, Dave Ferguson's contender for Arkansas and Kentucky Derby honors and winner of four straight races here last fall. The other derby eligible is Dant and Cambron's Mountain Roar. The race is over six furlongs. Others entered were Baruna, Tawny Lady, The Sheriff, See D and Play Bob. The strong field in the six-furlong fourth race included Reynold Brothers' Mr. Chairman, beaten by a nose by Pellicle in the Breeders Futurity qt Lexington last fall and winner of several juvenile stake events. Others scheduled to start wore Wagon Boss, slablemalo of Mr. Chairman; Plentituff, Flying Louise, Dick SUckney, Sugar Beet •and Espirilu. Plover Brand won his third traight Oaklawn Victory yesterday by defeating five other routers in the featured $1,300 mile and 70 yard seventh race. Bold Salute was second and Corydon third. The win- icr paid $5.60 straight and was .imcd in 1:45. Santa Anita Season to End Today Arcadia, Calif., March 16 —(IP) — Santa Anita's greatest season— and one of the biggest in turf history — comes to a dlosc today with the running of the $50,000 mile and one-half San Junn Capii-Slraho handicap. A crowd of 00,000 was expected to whang the mutuels, with over $4,000,0uo again as a'-condensed version of last Saturday's $100.000 handicap field goes to .the post in the feature race, Texas Sandman, fifth in the hundred grander, and Bail Bond, surprise fourth-placer, • were favored over eight others in the San Juan. Both were going like .• wildfire in the stretch last Saturday and today's race is a quurtermJle longer. Top-weighted Texas Sandman, 120 pounds, had Basil James up, while Johnny Longclen, leading i stakes rider here, was aboard Bail Bond, 115. 0 : A's, Dodgers Play for UNOVisitprs ' By United Press ;#. 1 Savannah, Ga., March 15 —Delegates to the UNO monetary conference forgot global economic problems for three hours today to watch a "command performance" exhibition game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the Philadelphia Athletics. Austere Connie Mack of the A's and loquacious Leo (The Lip) Durocher of the Dodgers met several of the delegates and particpated in the brief ceremonies before the game, which was arranged at the government's request. Durocher named Hal Gregg, ace righthander, to pitch the first five innings with John Van Cuyk, rookie southpaw, scheduled to finish the game. Mack was expected to name Louis (Boboi Ncwsom, veteran journeyman pitcher, to open for the Athletics. The A's arrived from West Palm Beach late last night after approximately a 440-mile train ride while the Dodgers checked in this morning from Daytona Beach. Ott Prunes Giants Miami, Fla., March 15 —Manager Mel Ott began the difficult job today of pruning his big New York Giant training squad by cut- ling loose 13 players. Pitcher Tom Gorman and First Baseman Fred Price were handed their releases and Outfielders Erwin Austin and Eal Pugh and In- fiolders Pete Pavich and Jaime Ale- menclro were assigned to the Giants' Jersey City farm club. Five players were shipped to the Class A Sally league farm team at Jacksonville and Rookies Jerry Scala and Dom Ramsey were notified they would be sent to two other farms. The Giants collected ..seven hits, including two doubles by Shortstop Bill Rigney, , ( .off of Pitchers Bill Lee and Lou Tost to defeat the Boston Braves, 8 to 3 yesterday* Reds Face Tigers I Tampa, Fla., March 15 — The Cincinnati Reds sent the heart of their pitching corps, Nate Andrews, Johnny Vander Moor nnri Joe Beggs, against the Detroit Tigers today in an exhibition gaitie as both managers prayed for clear skies. The Reds' game against the New York Yankees was rained out yesterday as was the world champions' scheduled game against the Kansas City blues of the American Association. CARNSVAL By Dick Turner COPR. 1914 By NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REC. U. 3 "Arc you the party Ihat called for a plumber to fix a flooded basement?" This Curious World By William Ferguson WICKS' WOES Chicago, March 16 — (/F)— James Wick, 42, a taxicab driver, was asked by Judge Leon Edelman in own hall court to explain why he .hrew objects al his svifo. "Oh, we do that all the time," Wick replied. "It's a habit with us," . Wick, in court on a charge of disorderly conduct, was placed on 31-obation for six months. 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 ^^•••i^HBPm^HBIMBH Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK, Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 Brave Hurlers Improve Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., March 15 —The dark clouds which have been hanging over the Boston Braves' pitching staff began to break today with favorable reports irom both Southpaw Joe Fryer and Right- hander Mort Coper, ace of the corps. X-rays revealed no chipped bone in Fryer's throwing elbow and the 28-year-old lefthander is expected to be ready for duty within a couple of days while Coper announced that his arm felt better than *it any time during the last five years. McCarthy Likes Stirnweiss St. Petersburg, Fla., March 15 — Manager Joe McCarthy, who is accustomed to seeing great third basemen perform under the Yankee banner, said today he believed that George (Snuffy) Stirn- weiss, converted second baseman, currently was the best third sucker in the business. Stirnweiss, regular Yankee second baseman last year and American League batting champion, was moved to the hot corner when Joe Gordon, prewar Yankee dandy, came back to claim second base. Frankie Shea, young righthander who was left in Panama to con- valesnce from an appendectomy, rejoined the squad but will not be able to begin workouts until April 22 INDIAN WHO OWNS A RAM WILL PROSPER AND 6ROW RICH, ACCORDING TO INDIAN LEGEND/THE PHENOMENON ' OCCURS OCCASIONALLY IN UNIMPROVED BREEDS OF SHEER AND SUCH ANIMALS ARE CONSfDERED •SACRED. COPR. W6 8V NEA SERVICE, INC. WHAT is-A ANSWER: A' bow necktie. 2. MINERAL: •STAUR01.ITE. FORMS IN TWINNED CRYSTALS. OFTEN PRODUCING A' SYMMETRICAL CRStfS. T, M. REO. U. 8. PAT. OFF SPORTS ROUNDUP •Bf Hncfc S. FiUertw, Jr.- New York, March IG —(tfr- IM'.I ^ I be you thought basketball players I were going around in circles all the I lime and —you wouldn't be far wrong on such dizzy doings as that Rhode Island-Bowling Green tournament game the other night . . . But when the rule-makers gather this year, they'll entertain a new proposal involving circles . . .Big Six conference teams, under the guidance of Missouri's George Ed- Nats Win Another Havana, Marcn j.> — Although the Washington Senators hold three straight victories over the Cuban All-Stars, Manager Ossie Bluege [retted about the American eaguers' pitching today, claiming lis hurlers should be more el'fec- .ive against the Cubans. Mickey Haefner and Roger Wolff, ace knuckle-bailer, hurled yesterday, yielding a combined 12 hits nllhnueh the Senators nosed out the AllrStars, 4 to 3. The Senators scored all of their runs in •the first -three innings, finally knocking Joe AcosUi out of the box. 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 Sinkers Delinted Gotten Seeds, Hybrid Sweet Corn, H Tri pC |e P Cle a ned Kobe, Korean and Serlcea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store Cybs Edpe Browns Los Angeles, March 15 — The Chicago Cub.s. National League champions, played their first exhibition game of the season yesterday, defeating the St. Louis Browns 8 to 7 by scoring three runs in the last two innings. Dykes to Have Operation Pasadena, Calif., March 15 —The Chicago White Sox 1 morale slumped to a new low today as Manacer Jimmio Dvkes prepared to undergo an emergency sloYnach operation which will sideline him for three weeks. Coach Bing Miller will handle the team in his absence. ' . «? i,nj: jjyKes is suffering from adhesions, a carryover from a gall bladder operation here four years ago. Tne announcement of Dykes' pending operation came in the wake of the White Sox' 23 to 3 shellacking by the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday. The Bucs rallied 24 hits off of three Sox pitchers. wards, have been experimenting with having three circles on the court and when there's a held ball, calling for the jump in the nearest one . . . The idea is that it does away with calling for jumps at inconvenient places, such as the corners, without taking up much more lime . . . Another idea that may come up is to shoot all fouls as technicals, followed by a center lump, to avoid the waste of time that comes from sorting out players as they line up for the free throw. Shorts And Shells The steel for the new lighting towers at Yankee Stadium is being shipped from California. If it follows the Joe DiMaggio example, it will hold out for a couple of seasons . . . The Syraucse U. basket ball team which plays in the Gar den tournament tonight broke every Syracuse cage record except 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 LEND Easy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Sayings & Loan Association Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit 1 For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON Hcmpstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. BUTTON. 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 TALBOT FEILD, JR. SneadOut in Front at Jacksonville Jacksonville, Fla., March (IP).— Sam Snead, wit? course record in his bag stroke put in front today' as the professional golfing clan began tne second round of Die $10,000 Jack- Pege Five Don McNeiiTjj Is Favored OverSegura New York, March 1C —(UP)— Don McNeill of Orange, N 'J quickly regaining his pre-War eminence as a tennis player"after a hitch in the navy, was sliglitly favored to defeat Francisco Segura of Ecuador in the championship match of the national indor tournament today. . ,.:..,,.,.McNeil! showed mastery '-of every department as he humbled Alcjo Russell of Argentina jrl a semi-final match last "Srilght, • 6-2, 0-1. 6-3. while^' Segura!\advanced with a 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 conquest of Bill Talbert made easier when a leg in jury slowed Talbert, The Wilmington, Del., star ranked second nationally. ••; In the doubles championship match, .a Segura-Russoll team will meet McNeill and Frank Guernsey of Orlando, Fla. . - . Fights LasHslight I By The Assoctated'^Press ' New York — W11i'g-".Tb"ne. 13^, y, Ind., arid 'Dariny Kapilow, :* 3-4, New Yor.k....dr.ew,..uul. . Philadelphia — BilltJiggs) Don- •ahue, 154, Philadelphia,-outpointed Freddy Lott, 155,-^Newark, N. J., (8). .'t:. .';' - ,i ; Reading. Pa.. —'^Bo) 3 by: T WateV, 131, Harrisburg, .Pa., .and;Mdtt Parker, 183, Camden,; N.\J..,.. drdw (8). ' •;.. ,.,:. ; Brunswick, Me'; — Al Michaud, 146, Lisbon, knocked out Bert Chisholm, 151, Dover, •Nf-H., (l).'Eat Dyer, 146, Berlin, N. H. outpoint- ed John Thomas 146, Portland By United Press £ Boston — Hal Classman, 1"B5, Philadelphia, outpointed -Johnny Pretzic, 189, Boston, (KM •• ; Worcester, Mass. •—,< Joey^ Barnum 141, Los Angeles, outpointed Frankie Conti, 140, -Haverhm, Mass., (10). '8 • "" . ' Providence, R. I. — Ernie ^iijs- ti._140. Wpst Warwick, R; j;,'out- pointed Bobby Cummings,"tj,45, New none, UU). ii. , Detroit — Jimmy -Edgar, 157, Detroit, stopped " — 163, Akron. O., par 64 yesterday to better the tJrentwood municipal course rec- orb °. ner ° ke - I" second place M. (10). 147 '. Albuquerque with 65 is Ed (Porky) Oliver, veteran pro from Taunlon, Mass. Pete' Coper of Gainesville. Fla., and] Chick Harbort to Detroit are next with O7's. Ben Hogan of Hershey, Pa., leading money winner this year and a pro-tournament' favo'rite faltered with a 72 in the initial round. Harry Segnor, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J New York's first elevated railway was opened in 1868. won-lost percentage this season . . . Barney Ross is tossing a parly Monday to celebrate his debut in the toy business . . , For the first time in about a decade, an official golf guide will be •published this spring. Golfers who have been cussing synthetic balls probably will claim it isn't as long off the tee as the pre-war books . . . John Munski, out of the army, after four years, is working out on the Missouri U. track while he's finishing his work for a master's degree The big . question is whether ' he can master Leslie MacMitchell over the mile route. Expert Repair Work On all make.*; of cars -•-.<-< Phone 1118 - ..-.,: BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm-St.* •- v ,;:^- Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt* the factory way. ',',..'"^ HALL'S HAT SHOP ^ Hope, Ark. Phone 76; ;; Alterations .'".-.-•'!• '7« Pressed While You Walt •' 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. 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 HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phonp 174 215 S. Main Personal Stationery Pastel Colors " ••^•-'' v A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 v Hope,, COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply •i' SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. . " Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /"MTV Bacon Wl I 'I :V."JoneS ELECTRIC 1Q p. Phone 784 Hppe » Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call pr see Calvin E. Cassidy: Phone 489 Hepe, Ark: Arkansas Bank Building Se« U* For* ^ ' BABY CHICKS; You'll like our qu«U ity chicks, hatched right from selected •Blocks. Hardy, (o>\-; growers. Low pnc«,' FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sta

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