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ill mi i m tools ' Ci)n be seen ."> "''.'I! S» Ensl Fourlh S tli Elm St. _ ._ WW(i , J-'wjL/v.ri:* Cjond condition. Good North Ferguson SI. MODLL A FARMAI.L TRACTOR all equipment. A. O. Brij-ht Full Jon^Phonc 1700. Hint UPR IGI I-FTYPE WR ITER~~PAR"- fel-o fo , l . 1 ' ll " ln 1 3 , C »- Eisenhower J.cKel. 21 Jcwe wrist walrh _Phone G1!)-W. 10-31 DOUBLE RED FOX NECK Piece. BarRain. Practically new JPlKmc 47 ' ) QWc-sl 3rd St. 13-01 ' power Sedan See at Hlckcy 4iios. Service Station, Emmet r 14-81 JWjTACRES. HIGH~CLASS~STOCK [arm, four miles from H opc on iighway. new house, big barn urge pond, water and lights in house, about 250 acres open pas' lure well sodded, nice bunch r\l T'rP"? g ,'. v ? ^session. See _Floyd Porlerfield. 14.01. n OBIpTSON^AFlTL^CATED~ON highway (i7 easl, by Tol-F-Tox ron m ?- !injr - SGO T - F - Robertson, —l_._!i ast _ 1 C J strcot - 15-31 cook stoves. heaTcrs,"chairs, kitchen cabinets, ice boxos, tables •Rollaway bed. Sec Tom Cnrrol' _ 15-2w •REGISTERED JERSEY MAMS calves. 1 week lo 4 months old bee Lncie Rowe. Hopc Rt. :i. 15-61 PEACH TREES. 3 FOoT"7uNE Buds or one year olds. George Ann Orchards, Prescott, Ark 15-01 C O T T O N PLANTING SEED, firs! year from breeder. Germination 90 per cent. Sec T. S. Mc- Wonted to Buy HOPE STAR, ARKANSAS Snndny, March 17, 1946 By Chick Young C had gone to my office to get Jercei little black book to return to Inspector Growl ' " ***" Et didn't The bill was too bi. is a lotofdou^htotoss around, NOT TOO V VEAH? BUSV TO HEAR [DON'T GET MAD DAGWOOD, WHAT A TIME FLINT. MAYBE THIS'LL MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER. REMEMBER / ( TO PUT A SLIP j x -^ v IN THE MIUO uh"n he was gone. .... bill was back on my desk ... AND TWO YEARS AFTES TOOK OVER OUR HOME AS A HIDfOUTi VALk DROVE IM LATE ONE NIGHT, WITK FIVE-VEAK-CLD EVA «;*.« THAT WAS 14 VEACS \~ VE-S...W& KEFUSEP TO AID IN OiEEPINiT THE CHILD FROM HEC PARfiNTS. BUT BEFORE WE COULD NOripy POLICE, JULKIE LOCKED UP AW IVIFc,... WARNED HE'D KILL NEC AT THE FHoST" MOVE CAPTURE HIM,, AFTEC THAT I VT ..,^ 'DIDN'T DAKE iXsf JLILKIE,WHO LOOKED AFTER. T VOU WERE tfA\ EVA FOR THF TWO VgAR« EN3U5M TO FI5 . BLEEXE STOPPED J LEAVING THE HOiJ5E,,. / SUPP05EPLV INVALID s FOLLOWING THE KIDNAPINS v OUT tVEEVTHINS —^ NOW fiGuee THAT. Side Glances By Galbraith iJCOI'R. \-Mf, til KJOfllvlCIL. ISC..f,.M..RCC I). S HS'S WAGGING WINGS...HE 5EE5 WHO THAT US...#ey/ THAT '<=> I -.-THAT'S SLIM A NORTH STAR J CHANCE'S PLANE... IT'S ONE OP OOR5 - 'IT'S 77/2/W ALL RIGHT ' PROP-HAPPY BUSH HOPPES CAN'T SIT OF THfc'M, THETSE STILL AUIVE BUT HOW ,AA\ r 60ING- TO (SET 'EM T Of THERE? tO LOCATE THE LEGENDARy TROPICAL ALASKAN KEGlON, $LIA\ CHANCE, GOIP5P gv ESKIMO PASSENGER, SIGHTS A SPICAL OF SMOKE EISING FROM THE CAMPFIKE WHERS CELIA, SCORCH 1 ?; ANP BLINKIE WESE FOKCED DOVNN IN THEIC ESCAPE FRO.VN THE LOST ^r-TCT-V. N XT"' Itv^^WvP^ VL -'AP.S'jiji, VvLJf I ADORE AUTHORS~WHO WRITE STORIES ABOUT ^ DOGS - HENRY/ COPR. 19*5 BY NEA SERVICE.'miTT HT.'REC. '.U.-S i t j~t i •« *• 1*11 • / » "I hate these galoshes— I never cak-h cold any more and ' Pcab °dyLI .StlW your accident— get a few days oil'!" " VMS SO exciting!" His Friends osser Funny Business By H e ,shber 3 e ' BESIDES, I / MOT \\E • \ I'M AM ! J BUT IN-mis A GOOD KAINSOU'LL V SPORTSMAN r"-»"-» '>^ui.i_ ^4 ^KUKIb\\A\N HAVE TROUBLE) LIKES r GIVE SEEIMG THE < HIS OUAESV A.WE.'J 1 A 1 CHANCE.' o 7 ^"" t DOUBLE- A DEAL; i ;eOSS / MATE TO BE HIM/ /OUT-SLICKERED I'LL SAY; SOMETHING VOLJ'LL. LIKE, TOO.' ICE CRE AM' CAKE FOR. DESSERT. 'i BETCHA , BECAUSE WEREJ. &RAK1PPAUSHTER... ~ ALL GOING / ~^. TH E \VAVc VOU TO A pAirry/WHO's\ CAME HOME POWW AT / SIXTy ) WITH 0° SIXTY HADDA'S/ LIKE HERA LOT! SHE'S SWELL! "It's flie shirt shortage!" . 1946 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REC. U. 5. P*T. OFF Thimble Theater MORE THAN IN THAT CASE WELL . WEDDING BELLS FOR Y AGON6JM IS SHE TELLING THE TRUTH, MY •FRIEND?? J THAT OUR FUTURE tS .•\VVE.Vi VOVNO Hf-NS "VHt 'CGIANT KILLER?/ ,_»„„. - «B».M<acnncr.iiic. T. M prr.'u"s' ffi'ere. Out Our Way Our Boarding ByJ. R.Williams House With Major Hoople MIGHT /\5 WELL I HANfi OW/ THE WHALE'S TRYIMG / WELL, I IT WOM'T \ HURT / A HEAD V LIKE THAT; 3E.?,' FIGURE, M.ISTAK 1-^ MP\30R/I MrzT: HOOPLE UPPEO TH' CHOW RATES IS PERCENT I---EF MY PAV RlZ. LPKKVOISE, HO\M MUCtA CRUDE "" THE BOATUAU WERE BmUG I TO SWALLOW ARB SO KMO\MB WHPtt ^ DOLLAR MP.V CHIPMUMK. D1DWT ABOUT f\ GOLDEN ADEQOftTE LONiCtAEONi PLUS f\ BEft^ER OF BR.E\Ai COST A / REMIrOD IvtE TO REOPEN THIS SUBJECT APTER. T. RNilSU SCENlAfaiO. NEftRS, Fl>C TO PAV ^A > E SOME ? L' 1 !*^ K^S&L^ / lOU'LL STAY HERE TILL f THIS LEDGE 5REA«5 OFF-l\ -,• NEXT <SU5, IS TO FIND THAT $10.000 FROZEN W INlL^C-fN L 1OT wT ,1 / ^Oc> --iT'TWU' iv* 1 " '') s^^^s^^r.wte '- LUKE RELEASES *-*-''i --'(I S^^~\ \V i ,AI. '• — N LlTtLE BEAVER W^**,*- THE .-,-• :"'"' "':' ""'•' •-•*'" >v '-'^' v " ! :^'?"?"-; i :l': } "/" i:t " •' ' - »*• ^iA^.'-* ?, 1946 CLASSIFIED the Phone , 73, l| c ward, minimum $170 ^ THE QUICKER YOU SELL Wanted Judson, 220 SEDAN. 10-31 w WITH GILLS . Harmless to anv- hing but rats and mice. Guaran. J^-^^crs^Supply Co. 28-3w OLD RAGS, MJtJST~BE~CLEAisr free of buttons, snaps and pins' No woolens nor overalls. 5c _13ound. Hope^Star office. 14-tf WELL EDUCATED" VETERA~N with car to travel and sell odu- cational Service with hiuhest endorsement to homes in Hempstead nnd adjoining counties. Can earn $100 per week and up when y?. 1 .' w °'; k ; ?°r f»» information wi Ho, District Manager, Box 141 __Hot Springs, Ark, • 15.31 Reol Estate for Sale • — Haegg, Barred, May Get 2ndChance ARKANSAS Stockholm, March 1C bnrd f 10 — (UP)— o i,A lors of the Swedish Athletic Association, less than 24 hours after handing lifetime amateur suspensions to three of Sweden's greatest track stars look stops today to slv'is the trio] Guncler Hae «g, another chance"'" r,,. ciack-down in on violations of its amateur code, found nine athletes Sultry of professionalism ycstei day, including Haegg, the world' fastest miler; Arne Andersson, th world s second fastest miler, ant Henry Kaelarna, former world roc ird holder at 3,000 and 5,000 me NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE WITH city conveniences and nine lots just outside city limits. Call 1052 15-81 5 ROOM HOUSE. BATH. 709 So Pine. Phone 1044-W. 18-31 Wanted to Rent FURNISHED APART MENT Phone Paul Hootcn at 78 between, the hours, 9:30 p.m. and a.m. THREE ROOM FURNISHED A- partmenl for light housekeeping Apply Schooloy's Store. Phone 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf 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-.T .for appointment. Ill South Washington. 7.-> w IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery 15-1 mo. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS and Venetian blinds, write Rilev Cooper, • 1909 West 17th Street Texarkana, Texas. ig.2n were banned as amateur ,f rr -f 1 ' G ?'- Bo Lindman, heat )C the board, revealed today tha no directors would send a pro Athletic Federation urging thai th< IAAI- revise its amateur reguhi lions so that an athlete, found guilty of professionalism, could re gain his amateur standing, —o '• Keene Still No. 1 Jockey at Oaklawn .Hot Brings March 18 —&T)—DCS- pile the loss of a week's aclivit'y clue lo injuries apprentice Harold Keene was still the top' winning jockey at Oaklawn Park as he give WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Anv amount. What have you? Phone _ 873 ; ll-lm I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone 060. J7_jf Lost or Strayed YOUR OLD MATTRESS RE made like new, guarantee to usi same cotton. All work guaran teed. Put up and deliver anv where. Bright Bros. Mattress Co Rt. 2.' Phone 34-J-2. ifi-0 BROWN MARE MULE GRAY face and smooth mouth. Weight 900 pounds. Notify P. F Campbell, Hope Rt. 2 for reward 14-31 Services Offered ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION one Missouri Jack, black with while nose. For service, E D Downs. Bodcaw, Ark. G-2w Lost ~" FORD DELUXE MAROON TIRE and wheel. Phono G79. 18-31 RATION BOOK NO. 4. RETURN to Na/aree' Hunter, Rt. 2, Hope 15-3't ONE PAIR OF SHOES PUT IN wrong Hope car in Texarkana Friday. Call 271. Bartlesville Still Looks Good in A All Denver March 18 —(XP)— Sevora clarkhorse contenders for the na tional AAU basketball title that ha- rested for three years in Barties- ville, Okla., slood oul loday aftei aundayis -grueling eliminations weeded the weaklings from the unwieldy G4-leam field. Barllosvllie's Phillis GG Oilers looking as magnificent as ever in a %-lG rout of Torringlon Wyo. still 9omed largo and conservative belting ^nen still figured the Oklahoman s most serious challenges would come from the ranks of the old reliables who have dominated ihis nationwide cage classic for a Looking .particularly impressive among the newcomers in Sunday's i ny , h ? ei £ "!° ^! n .: bi :°"? cd ^ JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES 304 East 2nd ,., r le °L Man "e force who uime from Honolulu. with a 34- game winning streak in the Pacific and smashed Denver's moderately good Eaton Metals loam 78-29 in Iheir tournament bow The lengthy marines from Camp Lejeune N C. also appeared capable of makine trouble as thev out scored the Old Home Bread team from Sioux City Iowa 8G-51. 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 LOG'S Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken . o f * ar1bec "« «Fish • Sandwiches aSoft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. |_oe City Limits & Highway 67 West 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^PMBMMHIP Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK, Returning to the saddle Thurs- nrirt * ,°i Iowe11 Mass ' rein added three more firsts to , 1 , 5 . w '" ner l I3 place »»s 11 m the show spot out of G(l .gements. His winning percent- In second place is Tony Skoron- ski Chicago with 13 eight and eight put of a total of 59 mounts His winning percentage also is ^. bkoronski was suspended five clays for striking another rider Harold Wallace Louisville Ky ipw under suspension for roueh •ichng is third with 11 four and tve out of 32 trips over the course we lops Koene nnd Skoronski in winning percentage with 31. feature event on todav's racins rogram was the St. Patrick's day . Patrick's da mile and 70- Ji'ogram „ .. 0 ,.,,>.• ^ allowance purse a u,,,u U na /u- yaid eflort in which 10 horses were to compete. Hot Sorinfis March 18 — (ff>)~ Fit teen colts seven geldings'and two fillies have been nominated for the tenth annual running of the Arkansas Derby closing feature of the M P arch SO 1601 "- 8 " l Onklnwn Park The colls are: Air Rate Southern n u, c-^ 1 ''' Chan'man Ariel Ace Double Slam Token Reward Bob Prince Vito Overnight o~~i"/-iu '"'^ %9 rt Mars Master Carl Chance Dance Puddle Jumper and Wagon Boss Geldings are D i'c k Stickney d Play Mountain Road ouuo Sugar Bcel and River -..-. ihe iwo fillies are Can't Sweep and Her's How. •o Phillies Out in in Florida New York March 18 — (&)— It I may nol bo like lhal once the rcgu-1 jar campaign begins but right now the Philadelphia Phillies arc leading the National League — in the grapefruit standings. The New Yn-;k Yankees are selling the spring pace among the American Luague learns. ,. T , hc Phl| s in winning seven of their 10 exhibition games, boast a 5-2 record against big time opposition. Ben Chapman's crew has whipped the Boston Braves three limes Brooklyn once and the Philadelphia Athletics once. The A's and the New York Giants have dc- Foge Five SPORTS ROUNDUP New York, March 18 -BfInrt 5, FiDwtw, J». feated them. The Yankees whose three weeks of training in Panama gave them an edge on their rivals in conditioning have won 18 of their 21 games but mere noteworthy have - . „. ...IXKJ^U *uj. nit; ULii* who want to go to college under the celebrated bill of right. • .. . Nol only are they runn .... Nol only are they running onto such things as the rf>"onllv. reaffirmed Southeastern Conference rule Ihul a boy nas 10 go back lo Ihe school where he started but in the East some of them are finding it hard lo get back into the schools where they started ... A report from one Ivy League college points out that a lot of boys didn't work too hard while they were wailing for induction and now lhal they're corning back they're finding the competition is pretty strenuous and Ihe colleges are so crowded they're onlv taking ihe bettor students. ' Ihuman Treatment Lefty O'Doul has /-»r .!' • • P, *~« b «*- ^i^ju- — --*.* -~* .^vyin utift iiuiuiiuraica Of their eight straight vie- a new system of baling practce nCTninof i-.-, n ^,*.. !«„ -.! i_ *U«< 1 i • n JC *? 1 JI rl >Lll.L. inaugurated tones against major league rivals four have been aMhe expense of Ihe St. Louis Cardinals favorites to cop the National League flag one against the American League champion Dotroil Tigers and two against the Boston Red Sox a team that is expected to figure prominently in the junior circuit's pennant chase. . A surprise of the spring is the nability of the Tigers and Cardinals lo gel started. The world champion Tigers have only one victory against eight defeats all against major league opposition ~ ' .._.. .,,, .,„.,,, ui , JUU ,,£ |ji;icuce that has his San Francisco Seals moaning so loud they can be heard all the from their camp lo Ihe mainland Hawaiian Instead . . . nsea of jelling each man slay in there until he hits three solid licks and bunts one, Lefty makes them pick one good pitch, swing on it and men, gallop around the bases v e - fiardless of results ...."It forces the bailer to pick out a good one and it forces tne pitcher to get the ball over mediate.-" Lefly explains. Monday Matinee Gene McEver, former North JL iiiujui leuguu opposition vjuiic jvicJ!,ver, former Nort the Cardinals have won only .Carolina U. Davidson and Vircini games and have lost six. Tech grid_coach, is toying with a House WijT Demand List Pro-Russians Washington, March 16 —rUPl — -louse military affairs committee members said today they would demand publication of a list of "pro" Shoa to coach the Long Island pr Indians next fall . . . And Harrj Smith, who had a swell job in Kansas City aluminum plant, gav it up to become an assistant t Don Faurot at Missouri because h "nuHn't stand being away frorr footbnll. . . .Dinny Pails, the younj, Australian tennis star, uses uj three tennis shirts during eacl three-set match and his wife washes them ail for him. Paii really is Dinny's name . . . Ep> (Mr. President) Barnes, Colgati baseball coach, has nine forme lelermen among 70 candidates fo his 1046 team . . . Tommy Gormat reporls that senior amateur hockey in. Ottawa is drawing "better thai we ever did in the old pro da vs.' It's about 100,000 ahead of 'las year. , Quote/' Unquote Cieortjc Halas, the "Papa Bear' from Chicago: "I used lo think Jim Thorpe was the greatest football nbiyer of all lime, but George McAfee is better." Cleaning The Cuff Elmer Riplcy. back as Georgetown coach, is dickering with Ned Irish to add Washington as a stop for the basketball teams that tour the East. Rip hopes to get a armory or the Uline arena fo Hoy as' home court big —. the Charley TT y ..~...^ ^wui i . . . ^nariey Hayford. who runs the famous New Jersey fish hatchery, says the cost of raising fish has increased 50 percent in the past six years British Won't Discuss Iron Oil While Russian Troops Remain in Disputed Area riancl publication of a list of "pro- Br .^ isl1 foreign office sp Russian" sympathizers in the State !• loc]a y tr "it the quo Department unless Secretary of bovlcl access to Iranian Stale James F. Byrnes acted first sources could not be rais Tnf nnn m< n« r. wi «•-. J • __ : _i tvCU Jl riYIV 1 rnnnc 1f»si«rt i V rp, — • —^ *'•*-»» wt-ucu A11SL. ine congressmen dimissed iyrnes statement yesterday that ie never had been asked by the committee to fire State Department employes with Communist leanings Anyway, Byrnes said, the depart- Tienl s test of an employe was vhether he was "pro-American." Byrnes denied specifically that .he committee's ch'ief investigator, Salph H. Burton, had given him a isl ol btate Departmenl embloyes vho allegedly had Communist or Jro-Russian sympathies. He said ie had talked to Burton but that le remembered only one name be- ng mentioned. Commitee Chairman Andrew J lay D., Ky., declined to comment i Byrnes' statement or to say vhat the committee's, next step vould be. But other members of a pecial investigating commitee eaded by May said they would emand publication of Burton's re- ort it Byrnes did not acl soon " Members of the committee said hat some of the alleged "Com- lunisl" and "pro-Russian" sympa- nzers were in the State Deparl- ™"Ll r , esearc , h , and__intelligcnc London, March 18 —(UP)— A mid, (•„„„:„„ officc spo ]j csman the question of in oil re— ••-- «^ ^aised until Red army troops leave that country. Repor 100 for Work Out Hogs Fayoleville March 18 —(A 1 ) — .thirty days of spring football practice began at the University of Ar cansns today with the new coach ng stafl promising no idle mo- nents for the 100 or more Razorbacks slated to report The squad expected to turn oul -his afternoon was sure lo be Ihe argesl in the university's athletic i Hoad ,, C , oach John BarnhilU laps call for the first two week's o be devoted to fundamental and eamwork. After that Barnhill aid two or three intrasquad games will be played each week. -Ilie Riizorbacks who for many ;ears used the short punt forma- lon exclusively and turned to the J. the last two seasons must learn . s iiarnhill.s system —single alanced line. winu FIVE SEEK OLYMPICS .Stockholm, March 18 — (UP)— igfnd Edstroim, president of the mernational Olympic Commitee nnoimced today that bids for Ihe 9o2 Olympics have been received •om Philadelphia, Los Angeles Jetroit, Athens and Helsinki, Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 606 N. Hqze! Phone 357 , „ <• —wwui. vit UI1V.1 1I1LI I service headed by Alfrea mack, formerly in army gence. intell 1 hey said their information re suited from an investigation of th War Department's intelligenc service. They said it has been kep secret for several months to giv Byrnes an opportunity to act. . Ihe congressmen said that afle investigating army intelligence May went lo President Trumai with a list of "about 15" persons the subcommittee be released. Some of these thought should 4 persons, mem , wero found to •it u i . ' "«- iv; xuuiiu 10 navi withheld certain information abou Russia from former Chief of Staf Gen. George C. Marshall. If the intelligence information was lavorablc to Russia, it wa' given to Marshall. If it was tin held 1 '" Ul6y Sa ' d> U Was with Commitee members said that after these individuals were re leased by the War Department almost all of them" found theii way -into ihe Slate Department's intelligence service, •o- Army Recruiters Here Thursdays, Friday, Saturdays (1 , U ; i S ' Army . Recruiting H™ n-. l rl la n P re vo«sly visited Hope City Hall on Saturdays will low bo here on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Attention young men: Are you nterested in getting a college education at Government expense? jou can enlist in the new Regular Army tor 3 years and be guaranteed four years in the college of your choicer The Government will 3ay up to $500 per year for tuition incl incidentals plus $85 a month iving expense if you are single or 1..25 extra if you have depend- nts. Sound good? For further in- prmation see your local Recruil- ng Office, located in the City Veterans, are you tired of civ- liun life? Is the employment sit- lation as you expected? Are you nnking as much as you did in the 4.rmy? If you are interested in laving your old job with the U. 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 Willliite Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid peeane Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store The'spokesman, however, tacitly confirmed that the British are studying proposals fo internationalization of control of Iran's oil which would presumably break the present British monopoly of Iranian oil and give Russia'access to a share of Ihe production. The Russians were understood to be already engaged in a last minute effort to persuade Tehran to give them a north Iran oil concession so that they can come before the Unilod Nations Security Council March '25 will, a statement that their troubles . '<h Iran have been sellled. The British supnesiion indi>" ( "'i i that settlement of the Iran crisis mignt ue womea oiu unuer ^.,c I plan under which Soviet troops would withdraw from Iran as pledged by treaty jn return for a pledge that Soviet oil desires would be met. _ The foreign office spokesman milled at this possibility by noting that ' Ihe subject of international oil control is swamped and blocked by the fact that Soviet troops are remaining in Iran in breach of the treaty." "This treaty violation is the crux of the whole ma Her and it may be assumed that this is Ihe issue which will be raised before the security council," he said The spokesman pointed out that Ihe term of the Iranian Parliament has expired and that by Iranian law no new Parliament can be Negros Held for Attack in Maryland an e formed while foreign troops are on Iran s soil. No legislation for a change in oil concessions in Iran can be approved until a new Parliament is summoned. Hence, he noted, the whole question is dead- ---.-, Md., March 18 . • -.- -'~ F ? ur Negro youths, ranging in age from 16 to 21, were being, held today on charges of ran•Jig a 19-year old girl while holding a gun against her sailor boy friend to force him to watch • Maryland law provides the death penalty for conviction on rape charges. p The girl, whose name was with- 1 held, and her sailor companion said they were driving on a highway near here' when the four with two guns, -- — stop their car. They said the youths first took the sailor s watch and billfold containing $30. Then they forced him nd watch while they old Necro was iden- i in D ' treated Hospital and then removed to' her home. Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to Ihe action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON Hempstcad County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK Tax Assessor C. COOK For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. State Boxing Tourney Gets Under Way Little Rock March 18 — (/P) .— Boxing returns to the limelight of Arkansas' 1946 tournament season his week as the Slate Amateur .thlclic Union fistic festival gets nder way here Thursday night. Ihis year's tourney promises to ie one of the best in history and vill atract a star-studded field of irobably more than 100 punchers, imong them will be several youths vho won Golden Gloves titles in ecent tournaments at Fort Smith nd Memphis. With tomorrow the deadline for ling entries state AAU Secretary Hilly Mitchell said teams were ex- lecied from Fayeteville Fort mith Clarksville El Dorado Litle Rock North Little Rock and ther cities in addition to individ- al entries and service teams rom Camp Chaffee and Camp Robinson. ^ Following Thursday night's first ound another session will be run H at Robinson auditorium Friday ight. Finals will be Friday night Warch 29. locked out. until the Red army gets -o Judge: "With what did you wife hit you?" Husband: "With a molly." Judge: "What's a molly?" Husband: "One of them Bless Our Home' frames." 'God . Army back at the same grade as discharge, provided you haven't been out over 3 months or you «re a member of ihe Enlisted Reserve Corps, see your local recruiting station today. SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-West Lumber Co. Hazel and Division John B. Baber, Ozan, Joins Columbia Steel, California Jolin B. Babor, son of Mr and Mrs. Otto Baber of Ozan has returned to Pittsburg. Calif., to make his home there. He has accepted a position with the accounting -department of Columbia m ? an y- After his discharge - c the Army he visited his s parents in Ozan, and relatives -of his « d '?, x V/° Ihroughout Arkansas He and Mrs. Baber also visited friends in the states of Washington and Oregon before returning to then- California home. - — — o— -- , — (holding cookie to dog)- , "Come on; speak for " What do y° u it " to LARKIN, MORAN MEET New York, March 18 _ lul -,_ his week's national boxing schcd- le will be featured by a return 10 - round bout between welterweights Tippy Lark-in and Nick Moran at Madison Square Garden Friday night. Larkin outpointed Moran last November-and'will be favored to repeat. Some Indian women in Quito .Ecuador, wear men's hats. ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize in REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, all General Motors Cars Phone 202 4th and Washington BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 Heating 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 152 411 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 Phpne 174 815 S. Main Lehman Hits Continued from Page One "sj fourth session here'. "The foundations of a secure peace cannot be built on famine." Lehman said. The premature removal of food controls was "quite unjustified," he said. "Strong but politically unpleasant" measures may have to be taken before the world can again be freed from the spectre of starvation, he said. •§ "It is in the self-interest ,of all countries concerned to realize that a failure to provide food fcfr many millions must inevitably lead to widespread political Instability and can well sow the seeds of future armed conflict," Lehman ; |aid. He urged the necessity ot elective measures to strenglhfin existing grain collection schtlnes in Europe before the ncw.baEVest and insisted upon Ihe necessily of immediately widening the combined ood board, now comprising only fT-^'l?-' 1 Stales - Canada and the United Kingdom. - *• "Energetic action must betaken Lo ensure that the men, Women and children of the world --eceive food before animals do f " he] said. And that, alas, is not tho* nnoo oday. The leaders of *the nations have been presented with a unique opportunity; to demons'fftite a degree of statesmanship ^Wch. can well be decisive in averting a disaster which may destroy more lives than any war in history."" " Lehman reiterated UNRRA's de- < „ termination to empty as rapidly, as >$ possible the camps iillpd with'-'-dis- ' 1 placed persons" in Europe. 1 the " near East and Asia. - . ' Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly be-' cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and excel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature fp n m° D0 rt th £ and ,,H al raw ' tender - to ~ S* med Bronchial mucous mem- bi ones. Tell your druggist to sell you; a bottle of Oreomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it, quickly allays the cough or you are ; to have your money back. » CRiOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis. HarrySegnor.Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J Expert Repair Work, On all makes; of Phone t118 BARNEY GAINES GARGE 213, South Elm St. .;, Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. - •• HALL'S HAT SHOP i Hope, Ark. Phoneme Alterations ——Pressed While You Walt- Personal Stationery Pastel Colors; A Complete line Gentry Printing Ct>. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore A«fo Supply SEE US FOR THE "'• REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing, * Guaranteed to write 2 * years without refilling. * Doug /^IT'V Carl Bacon Vrfl I "I Jones ELECTRICrCO. Phone 784 Hope • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. " Arkansas Bank Building See Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, halchftd right from selected i flocks. Hardy, fasj. growers. Low pricfc FEEDERS SUPPLY CQ, 4th and La. Sts Phone 8§

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