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HOPS STAR, P fi, ARKANSAS Thursday, Mnrcli 21, 1946 By Chick Young YOUR FLOOR O, FLINT YOU RE FINISHED H YOUR TEA A.._ CRUMPETS, PHILO VANCS LIKE A WORD WITH THATB WHEN A I TM4NK ITS JUST AS WELL I DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING A BOUT ALL THE DIRTV DISHES SO THEY HAVE A VVEDDlNG--rrS VERY BEAUTIFUL" FLOWERS AND MUSIC AND THE LADY WEARS A LOVELY WHITE DRESS, THEN, THEY HAVE A PRETTY LITTLE HOME OF THEIR OWN AND LIVE HAPPILY EVER AFTER l THIWKHE DIOU THEWS SWALLOW <r/COM£ OW/, SOME OF THE WE GOTTA SCRAM PER TRIED TOY STUCK SWALLOW US, BOAT GULLET AUD Side Glances By Golbraith MODEST TraJemnrk Refitlcrcd U. S. P«ttnl Offl'ce HE'LL BRING-T//57ZW/ THAT'S FOOP WITH ..I A PLANE- — HIM, WHEN./. SUM'S BACK .LET ME HAVE 2...AJFX/WHAT'S 1THAT THING. — THIS ? LOOK, A / I'LL CONTACT SQUAWK BOX' '/5uu, WHILE " "• '•- j UNPACK E POOP/ HOW LONG- HAS IT , SINCE SUM'S PLANE LEFT? I'M (SETTING REAP/'/HE'D BE THE BARK" OFF f7 BACK SOON... I JUST SAW A KID WEARIN'A HAT ABOUT SIX SIZES TOO BIG FOR HIM. GEE-BUT HE LOOKED FUNNY/ COPR. 1»«8 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF "It's all right, dad, I'm just showing her how we broke through at St. Lo." ', I wouldn't worry about Junior hanging abound Dorothy so much—it'll wear off as soon as lie gets acclimated to.this spring weather!" " Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ?unny Business By Hershberger , POOR. Me. 1 HOWLL i I GET ACROSS? i IF YOU WERE- SIR '• WALTER. RALEIGH , ; YOU'D PUT YOUR. . COAT DOWN FOE. . ME Tb STEP ON; SET OF THREADS YE AM, FOOLED L KNEW IT WOULD \ MOT IF YOU OVER MY ANGLES .' I STAND CAN'T .YOU EVEN STEP IMTD THE* PUDDLE- AND LET ME <NOW HOW C3EEP IT IS 6LAD I HAP HAMP IM THEIR p VB-OPMENT... BUT IT'S OSCAR HERE WHO'S THE FAIR- HAIRED POM'T LISTEN TO HFH?., OOOLA.. SHES , PULUIMG RAMK! LOOK, SIXTV'-S ^-—' -c GOT TWO STRIPES ON ME' , OH BUD WARREM! IT'S 6OODTO SEE YOU AGAIW' NOW/ NOT TOO GOOP, SISTER! THE RRE-POWEI2 OP BATTLE WAGONS: WAS THEIR. USE BY 'YOU FIGHT/NS MEN THAT MADE THEM GOOD/ !'He always starts his garden the first day of regardless of the weather!" " Thimble Theater BALUCK? .• OkAXB GET LADIES AND 3ENTLEMEN,'.' I THERE, MY FRIEND ?? GOOD LUCK popeye // * ^*--1 i . j i i i [^ corn »«, OY MA srnvicc, IM T iyi.i.re. u. s li'flfi MS I* If TRUE THAT YOU NHVEF? GOT WHEN PIP VOU UEARN THAT EMIt. SA#0 WHO &OUSHT YOUR CLOTHES DEARIE ?. 1 HERE! AND BURM UP THE ROAD TO THAT TEL6PHCTO AAACHINB IN SMOOr cirV,« NEW YQBK IS FOE PIX J ----- CEO55 VOURKNEEftHONEV THATS BETTER' 50RBV, FELLAS,V LOOK, BUT VOU'RE A AND NOW WE'D LIKE A PICTURE OF THE MAN WHO, _ _ FINftLW FOUND/ REALLN FOUND JULKIE.' / HIW WAS HAL Out Our Way By J. R, Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople M0BETHANAF6W PO VOU PLAN A STAGE CAREER? YARPS PROM THE HOUSE. AMP THEN ONLY AT NIGHT *. / OH, AIM'T CUTE AN 1 PATHETIC.' HE'S LONELV AN' HE'S CALLIW ME OUT LIKE TH' KIDS DO-BUT 1 HAFTA STAY IM AN' WORkt-- POOE. FELLER.' ESAp,8WAMl TO A TJOZEM CIGARS t)AIL.V AMD TR-S TO BE ABED BY 2-.3O —- INE CURBEO INTAKE OP SOLIDS AMD LIQUIDS-~ I^TO YOUR CR.VSTA.U DOES »T REVJEAL. OF /VW UPS EKPECTAMCV .' SEE SAHlB CARRV 6UM (M BEEG WOODS OZZER MPMV) WOT AR-E . IMDlANi/-«v ZEKi, CRASH/ WOT ^00 CALL M006E COOM RONNIMS OUT/-^-6AH|B ' AIM SUM, BUT SHPtKE VARY Morc^-«-feep we KEE-U MOOSE, SAUlB LNE TO YEAR OLD -«~ IP MOT, VARY THAT LOW.,, AND T'S BRINSINS- VOUR PARENTS TO UEFTT DpUBLE-CfSOSSEDVl AIN'T,BUT TAKW THE rWtT 'HlrA 60T IK5 < SPLITTHAt THAT ROBBERY/YOU A/AONET WITH OUSHWT TO&e SORE YOU,LUKE' YOU NEED rV IF YOU VI WAMT TO GET R ID OF l\ RYDER' THE.N YOU'LL KlLt\ AE LIK^E YOU DID' LEFTY—y UNLESS I SET YOU FIRST/ YOU'FIND IT-1KNOV3 WHERE It IS'BESIDES,! GOT- PUN TO / YOU LOOSE FROn rff SPLIT WITH x TH'SHERIFF/ M \ rAE. EITHER/ THAT'5 WHY 1 LIFTED ' eHERirr s JThiitsdny, Moreh 21, 1946 CLASSIFIED On. ( i * ..... - ..... , the Phbn* : s. fl ii: • ',." ****** ** on« month . lie W6rd, minimum $a.70 16-fit REGISTERED JERSfcY MALE calves. .1 week to 4 months old f>cc Uicio Howe. Hope Rl. 3. is.fif PEACH TREKS. 3 FOOT JUNE Buds or one year olds. Guorse Ann Orchards, Prescott, Ar7< ir>-Gt - - - - —•• •*»J-A*IVJ SEED year from breeder. Gormi. tuition !)0 per cent. Sec'T. S. Mc- 18-tf lL BURNER lised only '2 months. Many other Ihmgs. See Harry Worlman, 507 Kdycwood. 19-31 ELECTmC sowing mnchfne, washer and sweeper. Kerosense stove, maple tuning room suite, living mom furniture. Also I'/j ton Kord Jruck. M. L. Rogers al Patmos __g_^KC- in-fit TA13LE TOP GAS RANGlTAND clay back healer. 704 Kast Division. ' ,, n TO KILL WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to any.{nine 'nit i-ats and mice, Guaran- toed. 1'cederS Supply Co. 28-3w Real Estate for Sale r. ROOM HOUSE," BATH. 709 So. Phone 10-14-W. ln-0t 5 ROOMS, BATH, GLASSED IN porch, gas, water, lights, sewor- nge. Lot 210 x 210, just outside corporate limits. Price $4000. R O. Bridewell. 20-31 For Sale or Trade HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 1941 DODGE FOUR DOOR SE- clan, like new. 23,000 miles. Sec til Halliburton Sheet & Metal _ _ ___ __ Services Offered EXPERIENCED STAFF OF bookkeepers will keep your books for only $1 per week. Moil curd today 1 for Information on this nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Weck Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana. 19-lm n ?n R , OOM "OUSE, COM- plcte with biith Lot 7! x 150 ft n, J ',, L - Brown - South Walnut Cafe, Hope, Ar'\. 20-61 FOUR YOUNG JERSEY MILCH . c .. ow s, fresh heavy milkers. West Bros., Hope, Rt. 3. ^0-61 EL-TA PINE AND STONEV1LLE Cotton Seed. First your from 0 - 0d "l_' T - W " Sti-lcklnnd. 20-01 NE LATE MODEL SJNGKR~ Une Rolnry while, one Vcnclrx piinrnnicpd. C. W. Ynncey Singer Distributor, 513 South' Walnut, Phone 578-R. 20-Gt VACUUM CI,!iANER~AlZ AT- tnchmenls, little used. $25. Linht trailer license, tnrpaulin, $75 Second house off end of South Main on Shover Springs cut off. H. D. Morclock. Rl. 2, Hope. 21-H MY HOME FOR SALE. SEE ME nt 217 North Elm. Phone 85-1 21-31 . r > ROOM HOUSE, STORE BUILD- ins, warehouse, electricity. Butane gas. Small slock groceries Iwo acres land on highway at Oziin. Price $2750: Sec c; 13' {.vler. 119 Cotton Row, Hope Ark., or M. G. Crane, Oznn. 21-Ot FOSTER-ELLIS •1 ROOM HOUSE ON 50 x 142 foot lot. Occupancy in 30 days Near grade school. One block off pavement. $2,500. Terms. 0 ROOM HOUSE, THREE BED- rooms. 75x150 feet corner lot Across from Courthouse. 402 South Fulton. 280 ACRES UNIMPROVED PAS- Uire and timberland. Near Hope oh gravel road. Will make fine stock-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. Net rented for l!U(i. Foster-Ellis, 108 East Second Street Phone 221. 19.31 FOUR ROOM HOUSE, 8'/. LOTS city water, lights and gas, 1/4 mile north of Brick yard. Henry Gr: 'y- 19-31 ONE STALK CUTTER, ONE CUL- livator with scratcher, one planter, one disc, one section harrow, one 12-inch buster, 2 breaking plows. All in first class con- dtiion. Lois of other handtools. R. N. Mouser, Rt. 4, Hope. 21-Gt MODEL A HALF TON PICK-UP boys' bicycle, ono cylinder, motor suitable for lawn mover. See Jones Maying Sales &'Service. Phone 200. 21-Gt W Wanted to FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED house or apartment. Notify H T. Helton, Fulton, Ark., " or _phono White & Co. Collect. 19-Gt FURNISHED A P A R T~MENT* Phone Paul Hooten at 78, between the hours, 9:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. is NEW HOME, 5 ROOMS AND bath, near Paisley school, wa- 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. 19-31 Stuttgart Purse Race Event Today Hot Springs, March 21 — (/P) -Billed as the feature on today's Onklawn Park program was the Multgarl purse, a six-furlong allowance race for four-year-olds and up, but many fans centered their attention on the third race in Which tow of the most prominent Arkansas derby candidates were among the dozen three-year-olds entered. J. Graham Brown's Double Slam and Reynold Brothers' Mr. Chairman met for the second time within a week. The Reynolds coll was beaten by Double Slam, topweighlcd ;it 118 pounds, while Harold Kecne pioleted Mr. Chairman at 113. John Sabo and Sugar Beet were other derby oligiblcs in the race while the field also included Which- tack, and Plentituff, both retarded as threats. T The . Stuttgart purse, a $1,300 event, included in its limit field Johr Farm's Big Meal; Hartwick and Bagley's Son Forever; and J. Buckman's Stogie. The supporting card included two distance races, both over the mile and a sixteenth route, and four other sprints. Bussaround captured the Gordon Hurl, May Miss First Game By United Press Miami, Fla., March 21 —(UP) — At the New York Yankees' headquarters, Manager Joe McCarthy announced that Joe Gordoiv'wlll be sidelined several weeks with a spiked loft hand nnd it's possible the veteran second baseman will miss the American League opener at Philadelphia, April 10. Ex-Sailor Walter (Hoot) Evers, rookie outfield Star, won't don a Detroit Tiger uniform again until almost July as a result of a frac- .ured thumb and ankle. ^ While at the Giants' camp hero -alener Ernie Lombard! and Shortstop Bill Rigney are bench-bound, Join with leg injuries. Even Maniger Mel Ott, right field regular, s cnplcd with a pulled leg tendon. Kennedy Quits Tampa, Fla., March 21 — (UP) — After 15 years of pilchlng in creamed baseball, Vern Kenned^throw ils battered clove in a suitcase today and left the Cincinnati Reds' camp, his playing career apparenl- y ended. Mack Wields Knife " " • West Palm Beach, Fla. .Mr.rch 21 -(UP)— Manager Connie Mack began pruning the Philadelphia Athletics 1 roster today, sending i OuUielder Ira Houck and Ih'liclder I Nelson Fox to Toronto on.-.'option This Curious WoHd By William Ferguson LOUISIANA LIVE OAK SOCIETY IS AN ASSOCIATION WHOSE MEMBERS ARE TO BE ELI&IBLE. A TREE A\UST BE AT LEAST I OO YEARS OLD, MUST HAVE A HUMAN SPONSOR, AND MUST PAY DUES OF PER YEAR... THE ACORNS TO BE PLANTED FOR LATER DISTRIBUTION AS SEEDLINGS. Sox Close Camp Pasadena, Calif., March 21 uLitiouiiruilll L-il JJLlli IJU IOC SIX" i r? T-\ furlong DeSoto hotel handican ves- ,„ Dlc So. lerday. Ridden by Jockey Wcndlell Mnn ""' h " Eads, the winner paid $0.70 and „„_..,.., ^.u-lii,, J¥AU L U* 1 £i\. ~'V P) ~ Following today's game against the Chicago Cubs, the White Sox will close out their Pasadena training camp and-begin a -Ji-game ,lour of Ihe southwest with p 'Usburgh Pirales, starting at NICE BUILDING LOTS. TWb blocks wesi of courthouse at Fifth and Hamilton, Sixth and Jefferson, and Jefferson al 7th All utilities available. C. B Tyler, 119 Colton Row. 19-fii A BARGAIN. MODERN 5 ROOM house with bath, butane gas, electricity. Chicken house, smoke HousB^large barn, all in good don- dilion. Small orchard with.-apple! plum, and pear trees. 8- acres planted in oats. I mile from City Limits. Immediate possession Foster-Ellis, Phone 221. 108 East Second Street. 20-31 THREE ROOM FURNISHED A•V partment for light housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf Female Help Wanted MAID, WHITE OR COLORED. Apply Mrs. Albert Graves, 402 North Washington. 20-31 WOMAN TO STAY WITH 8 YEAR old girl from 3 lo (i p.m. including Saturday and Sunday. Colored or white. Call Mrs. Berniece May, at 222 before 5 p.m. or after that time at C59-J. 20-31 TWO WAITRESSES^ APPLY Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court. Highway 07 west. Ifl-Gl Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise available now for new Associate Stores. Write or svirc. Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1, Texas. iO-2m 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 to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873 - - t WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone GGO. 1 Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE /or b'etter furniture and better bargains. Phone 476. 14-lm DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT a machine by the hour. Phone G4G-J for appointment. Ill South Washington. 7-2w IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery. 15-lmo, FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS and Venetian blinds, write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th Street, lexarkana, Texas. 15-2m , . n was timed in 1:11.4. Ariel Ace was second and Over Night third. -o ___ Kentucky Is Champion by Single Point New York, March 21 — (/?)— A sports story that always thrills- how the underdog won the chain pionship .againsl terrific odds —al most came true at Madison Square Garden last night. The occasion was the final of the national invitation basketbal tournament. Unseeded little Rhode Island State, upset conquerors ol Bowling Green and Muhlenberg led highly favored Kentucky 45 to 44, with less than 90 seconds to play. A sellout crowd of 18,475 rooted hysterically for the Rhodies to complete what would have been one of the season's besl Cinderella yarns. Then, skinny Ernie Calverley Rhode Island star, fouled Malcolm Campbell of Kentucky. Campbell made good his charity toss and the score was tied with one minute left. Twenty seconds later Calverley fouled Ralph Beard and the substitute Wildcat player tossed in the free throw that won the lille for the Southeasern Conference champs, 46 to 45. YOUR OLD MATTRESS RE- made like new, guarantee to use same cotton. All work guaranteed. Put up and deliver anywhere. Bright Bros. Mattress Co, Rt. 2. Phone 34-J-2. 18-Gt For Rent FRONT BEDROOM WITH GAR- rage. 203 East Ave. C. 20-31 TO WORKING COUPLE. rooms, private bath, furnished apartment. 208-M. upstairs Phone Lost PAIR PRESCRIPTION GLASSES lost in Courthouse vicinity, Friday. fiosvai-d for return lo 905 West 5th Street. ig.Gt LADIES' BROWN POCKJ2TBOOK~ near Ozan, Reward. G. L. McCarty, Box 296, Patmos. 20-31 Explorer on 7th Attempt to Get Gold Miami Beach, Fla., March 20 -(UP)— Explorer Erwin A. Williamson began his seventh attempt today to retrieve $80,000,000 in aold which legend says has rested on the ocean floor between Cuba and Kew West, Fla., over 400 years. Williamson, armed this time with radar equipment, left the mainland lor the spot his ancient manuscripts and charts tell him the Spanish Galleon Santa Rosa went under with her precious cargo. The spot is in the straits between Cuba and the southern tip of Florida. In six previous attempts, Williamson has been foiled by weather, the attack of sea monsters, sup- erst to crewmen on previous voyages blamed the bad luck on Ihe curse of Montezuma from ,whose Aztec treasure houses the gold was plundered. The current expedition twice has been set back in its efforts. Rex Bendure, a diver with the party recently was almost killed when he fell into 30 feel of water in full diving equipment—minus his air hose. He was hauled to safely just in time. A few days ago the searchers were driven back from their sixth start by squalls and heavy seas. With the sea aim again, two barges and three boats, equipped with radar and other new devices, were today patrolling the area in search of the crusted hulk which reportedly holds the Indian gold. Before the war, Williamson succeeded in bringing some cannon from the wreckage of a Spanish /jalleon which he said was the treasure ship. Meanwhile, Coach Bing Miller subbing for Manager Jimmie Dykes, announced that Infieldcrs Harry Sticklett, Phoenix, and Don Adams. Pasadena, have signed Waterloo, la., contracts and will be shipped lo that Sox farm next week Dykes, confined to a Hollywood Hospital following a stomach operation, was reported lo be "resting cornforlablv, although in considerable pain." Two Cut Lose San Bernardino, Calif., March 2 —(UP)— General Manager Ray Kenedy of the Pittsburgh Pirates announced today that Outfieldei Tommy O'Brien and Pitcher Ar C.uccurullo have been sent to the Hollywood Stars on 24-hour option and that at least four more players would be left with the Pacific Coast League team when the Sues break camp tomorrow. •SPRIN6 BEGINS WHEN THE SUN ENTERS ^CAPfZ/COf- L/ffftA Q ARf£S PRESIDENT OF THE LIVE OAK SOCIETY IS THE VENERABLE LOCKE 6REAUX OAK, AT HAHNVILLE, LOUISIANA, NEAR NEW ORLEANS, LARGEST LIVE OAK IN THE WORLD. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. ,.,,.. ANSWER: The sign of Aries. However, due to the procession of the equinoxes, the constellations no longer agrue with the sisns of. the Zodiac.. CARNSVAL By Dick Turner Jurges Released ^ort Lauderdale, Fla., March 21 —(UP)— Billy Jurges, who became one of Ihe game's great infieldefs during 15 years in the majors, today was handed his unconditional release as the Bosfon "Brave's cfut " - from their a. Outfielder Chet Wieczorek was •eleased outright to ; Indianapolis while Catcher Bob Brady was sent ihe American Association club on 24-hour recall basis. Tom Gor- Tian and Jack Early, pitchers hare on trial, also were given their unconditional releases. General Mana ,P, r nj . oh " Quinn also announced hat First Baseman Joe Mack, one ol the Braves' three holdouls> has agreed to terms and will report during Ihe weekend. Sanders Wins Job ?i l nDr ete ^ burg ' Pla " March 21 CUP)— Ray Sanders, the St Louis Cardinals' regular wartime irsi baseman, was winning his iob Jattle with' Rookie 'Dick Sisler to- lay and observers predicted that •anders would get the nod to open he season. Indians Meet Reds Clearwater, Fla., March 21 7 T1 r,l. „ ' **«., iviurun zi — (U P>— The Cleveland Indians, apidly gaining confidence as an I American League pennant con'tend- r, met the Cincinnati Reds -<odav resh from a convincing 1C lo 3 onquest of the New York Yankees The Indians trounced the Bronx iombers yesterday , at St. Peters- ;urg, scoring six- runs off of Bill .uber in the first inning and clos- ng with seven off of Johnny Malovan in the ninth. Big Stick man or Cleveland was Outfielder Gone Woodlihg with a double and a omer, driving in three runs. Wining pitcher was Don Black who urled the first five innings, yield- ig ono run. ''Ymi',<l think llicy'd ],., V c n few conifrnlulalions for us, tlic Jjridcs iKifcnls-wlu) do they Iliink cooked up lliis wedding;, -8? Huch S. FnllertesL Jr. New York, 'Pi-ing sports ide: Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cosh Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK, KNbTS : New Ulm, Minn., March 19 M/P)— mil Dometer met up with a'knotty problem just as he was finishing remodeling his store. In the last piece of lumber — a scarcity — he noled a gaping knothole, so he started searching for the Knot. He went to the lumber yard of glueing it in place, looked it and after a prolonged hunt he found the knot. Then he finished his job over, and said, "not bad." 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 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 l>i '•'•'^i Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds. Hybrid p.eaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The leading Se«d March 21 — I/PI — place . . . The National Hockey on the slightly silly i League, dissatisfied with its rule lhc_ liandujap yachl | awarding the Vuzina trophy <o the I goalie wl'.o had the fewest goals ! scored against him because goalies no longer play every game, solemnly decided to give it to the i team with the best defensive roe- jord and then to the goal guardian "u that team who played tlic great- racing group un Long sland sound mot the other night nnd decided 1<> waive the ban on "whisker poles." bill only for one season . . . Not long ago there was a furore over •a "ringer" in a dot> show . . . Harry James, ihe baiuT lender, had his mare Velvet Horns flown from San Diego to hi.s ranch near Los Angeles to be .sure =he would be ;u home when a blessed event look SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-Wi Lumber Co Hazel and Division 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. Eusy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association Political Announcements .The Star is authorized to announce the following os candidates subject to Ihc action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILK1NTON Hempstcad County For Sheriff & Collector TIL-MAN BEARD EN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. BUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER Belgium's - * Cabinet N'everf Brussels. March 20— fUPi iTiicr Paul Honri Snaak's new lif.-l'jian government JV11 today be*' 1 fore i( actually took office whertT ihe chamber of deputies Voted! Jifianist it, 00 to '«!). . ^ Sank ottered his cabinet ljV\h<p chamber "for- iip'p'roval, and It th ° *' l[c ' 11 ,000 Troops f-o DisemborkonTwo Coasts During Day For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE By The Associate'c/ Press Five transport; service- personnel arrive today at ports, while '/S.37J due to debark Ml seven vessels. Arriving at Son Diego. Calif." are two .ships with 2.2(i9, while San For County Judge FRED A. LUCK Tax Assessor C. COOK For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. est number of games . . . And in Now Orleans boxer Patsy Spa- laro, who slugged a referee a couple of limes, was suspended and fined because his conduct was 'not in the best in!crests of boxing." All Wet When the University of Alabama recently received :i .shipment, of jath towels from 'Die Kilby slate prison cotton mill at Montgomery, mo bundle comainod a pencilled lote: "Coach Thomas: Give Lowill Tew and Harry Gilmcr two of .hose towels . . . Thomas made the lelivcry. as requested, but he's ' wondering what became of his own .supply of crying towels. Shorts And Shells Bobby Riggs hails San Francisco's Tom Brown, just out of the mvy, as "the country's greatest inknown tennis player" and as a sure first ton player this year . . . eorge Strickler, National Football League publicitor. finally has been put on the carpel after holding his feel, in the air for two days while workmen were laying ihe floor covering in the new league offices. ' ' „.;„;, Tno Dodgers already have a $300.000 advance sale — three times as much as they ever had at this time, of year. And the Philadelphia ^Eagles have sold., three-' nines a's many season tickets i'or .IMG as 'they did i'or the entire 1945 season . . . Bill Helis, the horseman, has bought a 1,000 acre model dairy farm lo add lo his Rancocas farm al Jobstown. N J I - . .Shows you how far a guv will I go for butler these days. " j ° , can-vine 3341 are scheduled to" lwo wcst coast more troops are down his parents. Rcl'g to kin. clergarton this spring a flcr a ton- MIeclomy. ho reported to his teacher hat although he had had to JONES MA^TAG^tV SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expel AII WASHING 1\ an " Pnone 209 ^ 304 11 r I 1 LOG'S Tourist Cafe-C.oiir.t. Featuring . • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue .Fish • Sandwiches . «Soft Drinks. NOW OPEN 24 HOURS ^' i Phone' 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P.- J,: |_oe, "•«» City Limits & Highway 67 West Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118--- _ BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. , Marc1 18 -(Correct) )— The commandant of Muk den announced today thai the Chinese nationalist-communist battle lor this Manchurian cilv had ended "with a decisive victory for the central government forces Hats Cleaned end Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT.SHOP Hope, Ark: Phone 76 Alterations 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 Motfrress 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 Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line .. [ Gentry Printing "Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. A Complete Line of ... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TRIBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS PUT ON Washing & Greasing An Expert- Mechanic OPEN ON SUNDAY ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 11Q6 DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In praclice in Texurkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 110 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East Srd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main COMPLETE RADIO SERVICED Bob Elmore Auto Supply SEE US F.OR THE REYNOLDS PEN " The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. - v Guaranteed lo wnte'2 years without refilling.' 4 Doug /^|"f'V CorP Bacon \»J I I Jones , ELECTRIC CO,, 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, hatched right |ic-m selected flocks. Hardy, fasj- growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY CQ,. 4th and La. Sta Phone 85 i 1 4 i i t •*» 4 4 ,

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