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ARKANSAS Wednesday, March 50, 104 By Chick Young & was still puzzling over Dice and his $500 when I ran into Libby Lang in the lobby. ( WHAT 5 WRONG, VLIBBY? WHAT'S THE CROWD FOR ? ice had said to be at the GOLD CLOCK at 10 and ash for Ikon. Why ? What was it all about? so I went over for a look. The big hat looked familiar. So did the oversized cigarette. It was Dice. YOU GOT SOMETHING ... YOUR MIND AGAIN JUST FELL DOWN THE ELEVATOR SHAFT/ MY TURN NEXT' I TOLD NOJ JUST PLAIN RIDING AND NO CIRCUS ) STUFF/ i-' ( OKAY ) ,' I KNOW HOW,VOU MUST FEEt.EVA, WITH SO MANY STRANGE NEW TMINSS TO SEE FOR THE FlKST Tl,V\e,..BUT YOU'LL CATCH UP <?UICK v*— [THE SHERIFF I !•? INFORMING ! THE N£W YORK POLICE THAT HE 'HAS JULKIE... .'THEY'LL'reUYOUfc THAT ,,AND NOW $UPDENLV JUST EEMENNBER.THOi V NEWS. HONEV-Blfr NEW THE FACT THAT VOUR QUITE A PROMINENT THEAT PRODUCE'S WON'T HURT STORY ANN! IN THE MORNING VOU MAV BE A Blf BEWILDERED BV ALL THE REPORTERS AND THAT WILL POUR IN HERE TO SEE VOU- 1'M 60 GRATEFUL TO VOU. CAPTAIN EA*V! FOE M LOWS AS I CAN EEMEM- BER.I'VE BEEN CURIOUS ABOUT THE WORLD OLirsiDE THAT HOUSE \ AND... WELL, IT SORT OF FRI6HTEN* ME! Side Glances By Galbroith MODEST MAIDENS f Trademark Register*! U. S. Patent Office ^ HOW AU I (30INS TO • THEY COMES... AGAIN/ LOOK DROPPING- SOMETHING/- MR. DRIP FORGOT TO LEAVE US A PIECE OF ICE TODAY - DEAR "Tin tired of people squawking, about hoii cold their apartmentis! I'm flying down to Rio!" ICO»R. IMS BY NEA-SERVICE; INC. T. M. REO. u. s. PAT. OFF. Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ?unny Business By Hershberger YEAM—TMEY KNOW WHAT I THOUGHT We'O ;* TO MAKE OF I FIOHT/ . ONE WHO TAUGHT ME / HOW TO LICK YOU , BLOW BUBBLES [LICK ME? YOU'RE ITS GO AHEAD AMD HIT HIM AGAIN ..... CRAZY .'-HE PAID/ A • EITHER ONE OF YOU .' ,DOU&H- TO LET YOU DO IT.' r . AND THEV'BE AL.L 'ERV ANXIOUS TO MEET YOU.' WHAT A LOT TALL THE T MOSTLY W" AW, SHUCKS/ MOT A BIT... OF CARS...THIS I YOUM& /' RETURNEP f THAT / THEY KNOW MUST BE A j FOLKS SERVICE BIG PARTY/ / IM THE v PEOPLE.' VALLEV.' ABOUT VOUI? PART IM THE WAR.., "I hope you don't mind—my last patient kicked me •when the drill hit a ".nerve!" Thimble Theater HE WILL WIN ANP MARRY ME AT TEN O'CLOCK I AM SURE HE WILL WIN 'CAUSE ' HE NEVER HAS THAT IS QUITE TRUE, BUT HE NEVER HAS MARRIED EITHER. 1 . 1 HE WILL LOSE '( POREYE WILL GFS'R'QtKi VOW <=.\X 9|«. KINO FEATURFS SYNDICATE. In;. WOKI.n BIOHTS RESERVED 50 YOU ', MR. MffRLIW, THAT THIS STORM WAS CAUSED BY THE ATOMIC I'M SURE OF IT/ IP HE'S Out Our Way Our Boarding House With Major Hoople By J, R. Williams MACKQCEPHALU5 MERLIkl- IT'S GOT -WALE J-^/i^ you GHELvjeo *$ Sou HP^VJE^T \fivw VJORD.' SOPHOCLES /OUR PALPITATING *Vv LfMt) A GOOD II 61TT1MS TO COMPOSE: PUBLIC? wow ABOUT J; eee> SIMCE % ms IMNAOR.TAL. coMBiNis e>OM.e e^t Voo PRODUCED $ DRAMAS, AND FAR. s H\S tAEAt) A OLVT OFYOUR.WIIG "1? PERISCOPE e\JER THOUGHT H 50 HELP-HELP. THIS CHUNK OF ICE-COLD BUTTEE, HAS CHEWED .. . CEMTEE. OUT O' FOUR. SLICES, AN 1 ALL I GIT IS A HANDFUL O 1 BUTTER, AN' A CC.UST BIZACELET. NO WOMDER/ , DOM'T SLICE OFF THE BUTTER.--VOU GOUC3E IT OFF.' A VERY SAD \%i EKJERGY THAT 51R OAKY THREW IWTHE OCEAN.' STILL OUT THERE, I'M AFRAID WE'LL NEVER S-5EE HIM AGIW/ BCMIMAUARE SWEATING OUT A PAWGEEOUS EREWCftMBHT, TWO ttJTERESTED 5PEC1J1TORS AEEOHA •JJEARBY PEACH... 3-10 GOOD IME HORACE/ AMD ^AE HER.6 TODAY, THAT 2,400 SEARS LATGR DIG&ER.S COULTD CLOCK AsJDNiOT HOW LOrtG BEFORE THIS ICE LEDGE WILL BREAK : , SHERIFF? IF TRAPPER LUKE'S HERE,I'VE HIM- I'LL HAVE TO POUfitE &ACN FOR ANOTHER LOOK.; -IT'S M16HTY FAST/ VJHILE, REP COMPLETES UNSUCCESSFUL 5EARCH FOR THE MURDERER OF LEFTY HACK'S FENCER OR A. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS __ CLASSIFIED sc "THE ™ E • -,. . »"•- « , lie word, minimum $JJO nnr vmt' 0 ' Continu0us Insertions Only - THK QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sole •TWO.LAnGlC~MUU3S~ WITH TIArT John becr C1 7,j«hlIo SC buis T culllviilnr/ niirl „ number 2-DOOK ^^^ arjl tiood condition. Rood lirus :«)7 North Ferguson St. jo-si MODEL A FARMALL TRACTOR „ n^l e(iuipmonl. A. O. Bright Full J^^il^lL'J^ L...! fi ' m UPniGMT TYPEWniTKfT PAIV kcr 51 fountain pen, Eisenhower packet, 21 Jewel wrist watch Phono 010-W. IG.;J ( ' DOUBLE . RED FOX N E C K piece. Bargain. Practically new Phone 479. 720 West 3rd St. 13-Gt 3038 power, Sedan. See at Mickey Bros. Service Station, Emmet 14-Ot 385 ACRES. HIGH CLASS STOCK farm, four miles from Hope on highway, now house, big barn large pond, water, and lights in house, about 250 acres open pas• lure wpll sodded, nice bunch limber, can give-possession. See Floyd Porterfiold. 14-01 RORF,RTSON CAFE LOCATED ON highway fi7 cast, by Tol-E-Tex Company. See T. F. Robertson. 120 East 3rd Street. 15.31 ;i)-BEDROOM' SUITED LINOLEUM cook stoves. heJtcrs, chairs, kill ; chen cabinets, ice boxes, tables, Rollaway bed. See Tom Ooi-rel' ; 15-2\v ;' REGISTERED JERSEY MAl7E ( cnlvos. 1 week to 4 months old. • See Liicio Rowo. Hope Rt. 3. 15-61 ' PEACH TREES. 3 FOOT JUNE , Buds or one year olds. George ; Ann Orchards, Prescoll, Ark ' 15-01j xCOTTON PLANTING SEED. T first -yenr frorn-hrender. Germi.) nation 00 per cent. See T. S. Mcl _J3avitt. ,18-tf "'• OIL BURNER ftEF^RIGERATOR^ : used .only 2 months. Many other •• things. See Harry Wortman, 507 ; Edgewood. 19.31 Wanted 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to any. thing but rats and mice. Guaranteed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w OLD RAGS, MUST BE CLEAN free of buttons, snaps and pins No woolons nor overalls r ic _pound. Hope Star office. 14-u WELL EDUCATED VETERA"N with car to travel and sell educational Service with highest endorsement to homes in Hempstead and adjoining counties. Can earn $100 per week and up when you work. For full information write. District Manager, Box 141 Hot Springs, Ark. 15.31 Real Estate for Sale NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE WITH city conveniences and nine lot? just outside city limits. Call 1052 15-31 , r > ROOM HOUSE, BATH. 709 So, Pine. Phone 1044-W. 18-31 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR. sewing mnehine. washer, and sweeper. Kerosense stove, maple (lining room suite; living room furniture. Also IVi ton Ford . Truck. M. L. Rogers at Pntmos ' Garage. 19-fit TABLE TOP GAS RANGE AND clay brick heater. 704 East Division. 19-31 Lost •• FORD DELUXE MAROON TIRE • and wheel. Phone G79. 18-31 £ RATION BOOK NO. 4. RETURN to Nazarce Hunter, Rt. 2, Hope .'/, 15-3t i ONE PAIR OF SHOES PUT IN !• wrong Hope car in Texarkana I Friday. Call 271. 16-31 PAIR PRESCRIPTION GLASSES, lost in Courthouse vicinity. Friday. Reward for return 'to !)0. r > West , r >lh Street. 10-Gt Wanted to Rent FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED v '|l house or apartment. Notify H. T. Helton. Fulton, Ark., ' or phone White & Co. Collect. 10-Gt FURNISHED APART MENT. Phone Paul Hooten at 78, between the hours, 9:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m.. 18-Bl THREE ROOM FURNISHED A, pijrtment for liRht housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E. Schoolcy. 2-tf 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 FOSTER - ELLIS 4 ROOM HOUSE ON 50 x 142 foot lot. Occupancy in 30 days. Near grade school. One block off pavement. $2,500. Terms. 6 ROOM HOUSE, THREE BED- rooms. 75x150 feel corner lot Across from Courthouse. 402 South Fulton. 280 ACRES UNIMPROVED PAS- lure and tlmberlanr). Near Hoop on gravel road. Will make fine slock farm. Price $15 per acre Terms. 280 ACRES PASTURE AND blackland, on gravel road near Columbus. Will cut 4000 bales hay annually. Cultivated land will raise three-fourths bale cotton per acre. Not rented for J04G. Foster-Ellis, 108 East Sec- _oncl Street. Phone 221. 19.31 FOUR ROOM HOUSE, 8'ATOTS" city water, lights and gas, Vi mile north of Brick yard. Henry _G™y- 19-31 NEW HOME, 5 ROOMS ANT) oath, near Paisley scnool, wu- ler, lights and gas. 100 ft. frontage, immediate possession. $3750. 40 ACRES, 2 MILES SOUTHEAST Hope, 4 room house and lights and gas. Immediate possession $3000. See Riley Lewallen. l!)-3t NICE BUILDING LOTS. TWO •blocks west of courthouse al Fifth and Hamilton, Sixlh and Jefferson, and Jefferson at 7th All utilities available. C. B Ty- •lor, 119 Collon Row. 'l9-Gt Lost- or Strayed BROWN MARE~MULE, GRAY face .and smooth mouth. Weight 900 pounds. Notify P. F. Camp-bell, Hope Rt. 2 for ro'ward. 14-31 Services Offered ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION one Missouri Jack, black with while nose. For service, E D Downs, Bodcaw, Ark. G-2w Wonted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- luro, one piece or more. Any "mount. What have you? Phone 873. 1Mm I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams. 10C South Walnut Street Phone 660. j. Female Help Wanted TWO WAITRESSES, APPLY Loo's Tourist Cafe-Court. Hiehr way G7 west. . ifl.Qt Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phone 476. I4.i m DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT « machine by the hour. Phone 04G-J for appointment. Ill South Washington. 7,2^1 IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call'712-J. Quick delivery 15-lmo FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS and Venetian blinds write Rile\ Cooper, 1909 West 17th Streei Texarkana, Texas. 15-2m YOUR OLD MATTRESS RE made like new, guarantee to usr same collon. All wprk guaran teed. Put up and deliver anywhere. Bright Bros. Matlress Co Rt. 2. Phone 34-J-2. m-C 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 Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions — Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK, Sprinters to Run Mile Event Today Hot Springs, March 1!) -J-f/P)— Seven thoroughbreds, several of which hove confined their efforts so fnr during the current meeting to sprint events, were scheduled to compete nt Oaklawn Purk today in a mile and 70-yard test. The race occupied the featured fifth spot «nd was to be an allow- anre lest for n purse of 1,300. Fans paid particular attention to Mrs. A. M. -Creech's Tawny Lady who has been running well up igainst.good ones in the dash affairs and finished third in the Park Hotel Handicap Saturday. The five year-old mare has indicated jy the manner of her finishes that she might prefer a longer distance and today's feature gives her the opportunity. She was to be ridden by Don Adams and was assigned impost of 108 pounds. Topwcightcd at 112 pounds in the race was C .Williamson's Pnducnh, winner of an event at the same distance early in the meeting. Each carrying 110 pounds were Mrs. G. M. Emick's Tideovcr and F. and R. Mavigiliano's Rosemero Chief, the latter also winner of a spring affair. Others in the small field were Emory and Karl's Veteran Corydon, \yho has been running close up in distance affairs; Cloud and Thorwald's Vestibula, winner of a mile and a sixteenth race, and Donn Ray Stable's Gold Tint. A supporting feature sent a limit field to the post in the six-furlong fourth race to .compete for a $1,300 purse. o_ . Oaklawn Entries for Wednesday First Race—$1100; mdns; 3 yos; G furs. Overseas 113: Duke Berry 118: Gallant Gal, xlOII; Joanne 113; Excellence xl!3; Master Carl 118: Red Robert 118; Manda's First x!08; Rosadel 113; Dental Chair x!13; Dental Chair xl!3; Chance Dance 118: Leather Bound x!08. Also eligible: Shadwcll 113; Iowa Lass 113. (12 & 21. Second Race—$1100; alwcs: 4 yos up: 6 furs. Two Score 110; Pharn- woll xlOfi: Mental Banker 115; Ebony Edge 115; Johnnie J. 112; High Master 110: Ever Flying xllO; Wheat 112: Do Sola x!13; Walloon 115; Top Book 110; Why- so 116. Also eligible: Bright Bronze 108; Lookout Rascal 115; Say Yes x!05; Nodsboy 110; Alpine Light 112; Conscript 118. (12 G). Third Race—$1100; alwcs; 3 yos; G furs. Memories Best x!07; Judge Davey 112; Make It Easy 115; Twilight Bay 110; Skyshuan'llO: Leida x!02; Dick Stickney 118. (7). Fourth Race—$1100; Iwcs; 2 yos; 1-2 mi. Canvasback 112; a- Onc Blue 115: Bracket 118; a-Co- hat 115; bDe Brand 115; Red Tape 115; Tree Tot 115; Kenwood Blitz 112; cBlank Dismay 115; Westy M. 115; Buck Weaver 118; Tony's Town 115. Also eligible: b-Merrv Mary 115; c-Miss Neal 112. (12 '& 2). a-W. F. Mannagh entry. b-Spring Lake and Forrest entry. c-J. C. Ellis entry. Fifth Race—$1500; hdcp; "The Do Solo Hotel"; 3 yos; G furs. Cid Play 110; Over Night 115; Ariel Ace 119; -Buzza round 110; Wagon Boss 102; Token Reward 113. (G). Sixth Race—$1200; alwcs; 4 yos up: 1 mi. 70 yds. War Wise 110; Bob's Dream 118: Tough Target 116; Goldbart 118; Peace Fleet 112; Swift Legion x!07 ;aFrisky Spirit xllO; Konn Wind 113; Head Sea 110; So Proudly xlOO; Bel Revere x!05; Rosenite 106. Also eligible: Baby : Gold xl!3; Michigander x!07; Sun Gallahad 105; Wise Paisano xl!3; a-Plaid- loch x!07. (12 & 5). Seventh Race—$1200; alwes; 4 vos up; 1 1-1G mi. -Icanc x!03; Doodle Bug 151; Rump's Reward xlOl; Zo Zo 118; Spring Dun 115; Fighting Mac 115; Tcmeru 113; King Victory 115. (8). Eighth Race—$100; alwcs; 4 yos up; 1 1-16 mi. Columbus Day xllO; Dark Ship 113; Tangower Lee xl!3; Air Borne 110; Glorious Sec 110; Speedy Josie 110; Difficult xlOG; Tensleep x!08; Valdina Fop 115; Jack's Pride 115; Twink Shot 110; 'canord G. xl!3. Also eligible: Peggy's Boy 115. x-Apprentice allowance. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Baltimore — Buddy Walker, Co- umbus, Ohio, knocked out Earl Lohman, New York, (2). Weights mavailable. Newark, N. J. — Joe LaMola, 156, New- York outpointed Tony Riccio; 156, Bayonne, (81. New Orleans —Freddie Archer, 145 1-2, Newark, N. J. was awarded a victory over Patsy Spataro '46 1-2, New York when Spataro was disqualified in the third round )f their ten-rounder for swinging at he referee. Ask Reform of Boxing Conditions Page Five This Curious World By William Ferguson Washington, March 19 recent "succession of iticidonts" involving professional fights has so alarmed the National Boxihg Association that President Abe J. Oreeno wants slates to pass new boxing laws. 'more arc "seething sub-surface conditions," Greene said today in a statement which listed these "in eldonts" as signs of "maj6r evils" in the sport: » 1. The "regrettable necessity of the Chicago stadium closing 'its doors to pro boxing because of "unsatisfactory fights." (The 'stadium management made an "announcement to this effect after "no contest" affair between Arluro Godoy, South American, -and Lee Savold). 2. A near riot among Detroit fans because of a manager's "nbitrary assumption" of the referee's duties. ; 3. Gamblers operating among of-; ficials (no specific instances sited). 4. Champions picking soft spots instead Of meeting logical* 1 contend-, crs. : 5. Repeat bouts between "favorite cliques," squelching the development of now fight talent. G. Big commercial concerns "bidding for radio rights and making boxing fit into their plans instead of the reverse." •7., '.'Rampant commercialism" making boxing "a toy" for big- time operators. ; All this calls for much,, stronger; national supervision "with complete overall power to clamp down on offensive influences,"! Greene- said. l ; To bring this about, ,he intends! to urge passage by the 'various states of new boxing legislation 1 "with sharp teeth in it." o 7— Kentucky to Meet Rhode Island Team New York, March 19 —(/P)—Kentucky's smooth five, first team to be picked for the National Invitation basketball tournament, and I Rhode Islandte wildprunnjng yams, I last to bo invited to the annual i Madison Square Garden affair, will | meet for the title Wednesday night. Top-seeded team of the tourney, the Wildcats from the Bluegrass country were given a stiff battle by West Virginia's Mountaineers last night before they were able to pull out a 59-51 victory-and advance to the final round.. The ams, once again paced by slim, tireless Ernie Calverley in their helter-skelter rushes up and down the floor, laughed -off their underdog role and polished 'Off the Mules of Muhlenberg, r>9-49. TIDAU WAVES HAVE WOTHIN<S TO DO WITH THE THESE DESTRUCTIVE WAVES ARE CAUSED BY EARTHQUAKES, UNDERSEA VOLCANOES, AND STRON& WINDS... AND. IN THE FUTURE, THEVMAY RESULT FROM ATOM&OMBS. COPR. 1940 BY NCA BtRVICC, INC T. M. REO. U. 3. PAT. OFF. EARLIEST KNOWN SKATES ' WERE MADE FROM THE LE6 BONES OF ANIMALS, SMOOTHED DOWN ON ONE SIDE, WITH HOLES FOR FASTENING THONSS.^. 3-19 VJ ANSWER: Hannibal, Missouri.. CARWVAL Bv Dick Turner Five Pushed to Win By United Press New York—(St. Nicholas Arena) I^osby Linson, 153, New Orleans, nilpoinled Vinnie Rossano, 147 Brooklyn, (10). Bergenfield, N. J. — Chester Rico, 140, New York, outpointed Don Amoroso, 135, Jersey City, . J. (10). Stamford, Conn. — Pat Kitt, 128, Mew York, outpointed Rocky Pa- grano, 128, Stamford, Conn. (8). Lewiston Me. — Eddie Letourneau, 147, Sanford, Me., stonped Armand Michaud 145, Lisbon, Me., Denver, March 19 —(/P)-f'Narrow escapes by two big name teams- Phillips GO and Hollywood. 20th Century Fox — heightened interested in the National AAU basketball tournament today as the big hoop meeting moved well into the second round. The going began to get rough earlier than usual as a coyiple of Colorado A. and M. College" almost dark'horses, Camp Hood, Tex., and knocked the national champion Oil- ers and the Moviemen out of the tournament. Phillips, which has kept the coveted AAU crown in Bartliesville, Okla., for three years, were "hot" and had to squeeze out a 60-5G decision over the soldiers, and .Hollywood had to come from behind in the last minute to survive, 47-45,1 £ ee . tOPR. 1946 BY'NEA SERVICE; INC. T. M. KEO. U. S. PAT. OFF. Imogene's getting to the age where she;notice$ men I" SPORTS ROUNDUP -Br Hnoh I ftUntm, Jr.- New. York, March 19 — (ff>) — A i from the navy . nohth ago it looked as if Tulane University would come up with an outstanding college baseball team. .... Now Coach Monk Simons is vondering whether he'll have earn at all Three of the lads Wonk had expected to play for the ^ against the collegians, o- Wave now are wearing Yaiv (or farm) uniforms and a TOUGH CUSTOMER San Jose, Calif., March 19 r-f/P)— A rat trap, complete with an electrocution chamber and an electric door, was demonstrated at a sectional meeting of the National Association of Sanitariums, Inc. A rat entered the tunnel, the door banged shut and there was an audible electric buzzing. Seconds later the door opened and out walked the rat. (1). Providence R. I. — Charles (Cabby) Lewis, 131, New York, outpointed Patsy Brandino, ]3!i, Providence, (10). New Britain. Torn. — .T'"im« Wynn, 147, New York, knocked 'out Vic Costu, 14G, New YorK, idi. Holyoke Mass. — Kid Chicken, 15G Pittsburgh, outpointed Joe .Roddick, 163, Paterson, N.J., (10). Chicago — Johnny Rozina, 149, Milwaukee outpointed Art Brown, 150 1-2 Chicago, (8). Boston — Jack (Spider) - Armstrong, 129 1-4, Toronto, sloped Jackie Harris, 1211 1-4, Maiden, Mass., (4). Troy N. Y. — Norman ,Rubio, 149 1-2, Albany, outpointed''Oscar Suggs, 152 1-2, New Bedford, Mass., (10). Buffalo, N. Y. — Pat Byers, 148, Annapolis N. C., stopped Johnny Taylor, 149, Oakland, Calif. .(5). 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 Cotton Seeds, Hybrid SwIeT Com.Td&'cie Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE *, The Leading Seed Store ^ . forth, overlooked by the Yank scouts, was signed up by the De- trail Tigers .Tulane isn't beefing to much about the loss of Bob Brown, signed by the Yanks for a reported $35,000 bonus (or was it $60,000 as tiiey hear ill New Orleans?) . . . Bobby has been listening to bids since he was a 15-year- old in Maplowood, N. J., and Tulane only had him on lend-lease SEE US FOR . . . .."•;• Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-West Lumber Co, Hazel and Division like too much when the But it seems s also signed Dick Woodring (for $15,000) and Pitcher Red Enns and the Tigers grabbed Outfielder Eddie Palmer . . . Simons will have a heck of a time with what's left trying to attract a little attention in a city that has a double-A team. Difficult Decision Assistant Coach Charles "Bud" Wilkinson was credited with some of the day's best broken field running during Oklahoma's inlra- squad football game last Saturday. 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 • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas 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 For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES II. PILKINTON Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN EEARDEN 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 TALEOT FEILD, JR. . . . . A steer broke lose from the nearby junior livestock show, came bucking onto the field and headed for Wilkinson . . . Bud hesitated for a while and then neatly dodged out of the steer's path . . . The spectators figured Bud's delay was to make up his mind whether to run or to sign up the steer as fullback for thp Soners. The four-man team the Concho, Okla., Indian School is sending to the slate AAU boxing tournament is headed by Lightweight Rutherford Loneman. Sounds slightly confusing. Oklahoma A. M. Beats Kansas U. Kansas City, March 19 — Coach Henry (Hank) Iba's Oklahoma A. and M. basketball circus, featuring seven-foot scoring wizard Bob Kurland, last night won ' the right to represent district five in the western regional N.C.A.A. babket- ball tournament here Friday and Saturday. . . - * The Aggies, current Missouri Valley conference champions'' and national titlisls ; -In 1945, ?"vJ-alloped the University of Kansas Jayhawks, 49 to 38, before/a packed house bf more than 9,000 fans here to prove themselves the class of midland basketball. ^. Oklahoma A. and M. will meet Baylor university, Southwest Conference champion, in the opening western regional tournament game Friday night. The Univensity-i of California and Colorado University are paired for the second iiltsl The big six champion JayhaiMfs couldn't cope with Mr. Kurland who scored 28 points. --' 3,500 Troops to Land Today From ~' : 7 U. S. Transports ;• By the Associated Press , " Throe transports, carrying 2,826 troops, are scheduled to arrive-today at New York while 1,691 rtibre service personnel are due td tie- bark from four ships at San Ftfan- C1SCO. .. '- •. t Le's Tparist • - Featuring • *' r..* • Steaks "Fried Chicken' • Barbecue »FJsh ; • Sandwiches •Soft-'Drlnks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS j Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 West Oma Gosh When Heavyweight Lee Oma was filling out an application for a New Jersey boxing license, he got down to the previous occupation line and wrote "bootlegger" . . . .Commis• r>npr Jolin Hall didn't refuse the license, so apparently he was sat- isnea to know that Lee can read and write. Cleaning The Cuff The Colonial Club at Fort Worth, Texas, is expecting to take care of the nut for its $15,000 invitation golf tournament, which opens the "spring" circuit- in May, selling 1 000 season tickets at 15 bucks each. o The sweet potato is an edible member of~the~ morning glory family. ' - ., Harry Segnor/Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213-South Elm St. . Hots Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 Alteration* 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 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 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 lob Elmore Auto Supply Phono 174 215 8. Main Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark, COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto SEE US FOR THE RiYNOLDS The miracle Pen that will " Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 "•years without refilling, -•. Doug Bacon ELECTRIC Phone 784 Jones Hope • Real Estatt If you are in the market ; to buy or sell Farm land. ; or City Property, call or. : .« see . Calvin E. Cassidy I Phone 489 Hope, Ark, Arkansas Bank Building Ses Us For BABY CHICK? You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected •flocks. Hardy, fasj- ' grower*. Low pricf. FEEDERS SUPPLY 4th and La. Stf Phone 25

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