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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, March 22, 1946 By Chick Young [wometimes a private eye pulls IwheelhoTse with the cops. Some [ti GROWL, 1 KNOW WHO DICE HIMSELF WAS A FRONT FOR A MAN NAMED IKON--VO&Y BAD MEDICINE. DICF WAS NO GOOD, BUT HE WAS MURDERED— . SOMETHING BETTER TURNS . times he has to play it alone. YOU SAY DICE WAS IN YOUR OFFICE. WHAT DID HE WANT? FENCE RESPECTABLE . NGMBER SUSPECT AND FINISH BED J { My ROOK COID CLOCK, MAYBE A FRONT FOR SOMETHING BIGGER. fSH'Jf!LA gToay, XTHAT sAsso KID PONT .^AH... YEAH. V HE* OLD WAN CAN SIVE WO DOUBT YOU'D \ HER ALL TH 1 BREAKS! ME, BE LIFTED OUTA I'VE ALWAYS HAD'ltf HOOF W CHORUS AN' L FOR MV GROCERIES MADE A STAR OVERNIGHT" THERE'S WO OWE TO \ LISTEN, KID» IT SE^MS SIV6 A HELPIN! HAND } THERE'S A C-AP IN LITTLE TO Tom LARUEJ N0rJ EVA'S HISTORY. NOBOTV * {• WIN' SOUL WHO / KNOWS WHERE SHE SPENI ' GIVES A HOOT! A THEM FIRST TWO VEARS , AFTER BEIN'KIDMAPEP! N EH, BABEf I'D LIKE- NEED TH' PUBLICITY, TO HAVE ALL THE , COULD SU?E U$E ITi $NA6 POUffH IT'D TAKE TO Side Glances • t',«^ PUBUarvi By Galbraith MODEST MAIDENS Trademark Re,i5| tm l U. S. Patent Oflic. * v i..\) ' ' YEAH SLIM, THANKS FOB THERE'S WAPM DUDS IN THE PACK.-.WHEN SORKY I HAP TO PLY BACK WITH THE ESKIMO..-BUT HE PIP SUIPE ME IN HERE... fHEKE'S A LEVEL SPOT, A COUPLE OF AMLES FKOM HERE,..THINK YOU CAN MAKE IT, IF Z PROP A SMOKE BOMB • THEX GOT THE PACK I DROPPED?..-THEy MUST BE AGOOEY MOLASSES CO. COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF 'I tew just talking to mother. It's still prcttv cold up north." ~~ ~ ' ' . y ' 'Inslend of something for the house, why not buy Mom a nice live-pound box of candy for her birthday? I haven't had any good candy in.months!"" Freckles and His Friend's By Blosser i-unny Business By Hershberger !. LARD, STOP LOOKING- POSITIVELY GRIM .' ALL OH, SO HE WAS TRVIM' T' . HEAD WHEN HE WAS A i BABY/ SMEAK. OUT ON HIS BILL, HAVE E, WAITER? AHEM CHECK AMP THAT SIVCTY GAL'S OOT A LOT OAJ TW BALL TOO. — BUT THEM KNEW THAT WHEW i\VAS TALKIN' TO HER ON TH' PL AMP OH ,VES. SPEAKIN& OF SIXTY. ., PIP T TE;LL YOU SHE JOINS / WHAT OUfc LABORATORY STAFF TOMORROW MORMIWGr haw knb bouncer 1" Thimble Theater IN THIS CORNER — CORNER, POPEY5, wTTTHE SAILOR!/ Out Our Way Our Boarding House With Major Hoople By J, R. Williams KID STUFF.' HAH.' HOW LONJ& A CERTINJ K1ATIONS Y-: KKJEW .(T/ THET WK4LE IS PLUMB MlMD COULD BE CHIP'LL GIT BEFORE ,. -,..•_.„ ^ v~.- ^5o7Ae^^^TL^Rb 1 voiL) r Re IT BREAKS.' WELL, TH' NEXT ONE I TRIP AN' FALL OVER. WILL BE YOUR LAST.' LIKE HIM NOW FEE. LETTIM 1 THEIR. CHIPS CE.AWL, . TO 5 THEY'D FIWO OMIOW BOUB INi IT/ —"~ (^ PACKING/-*-- AKiO you < TO MOST MORTALS THES& r->l -VJOULTJ^T LOOK SO MUCH FIRST FAIR D/XV3 OP- r<£^t UK& AhJ ARTIST'S IDEP\ OF 6PRIMG SUGGEST LILT- WmT^\ A WEWV BAS/ IMG MUSIC OR GW/ - JHf*Ki**La —T»—-=rn P06TR.V--V BLVT YOU? RADIO ACTIVITY/ >TO^(^*? --,.. < -vrr / ;7W^- - .-^7 DRAT/ HE GOT ' WHBJ 1 THIHKIW' HOW MUCH WHALp-OIL HE'D MAKE// .. 16AVO YOU TAKE THE •SHERIFF'S PISTOL, 1WA5 READY FOR YOU SHERIFF/ TELL-U/A LOUD THE SHERIFF BUMPED INTO1.UKE/ ^ i CLASS fffD HOP I STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS For Sale MOptSL A FARMALL TRACTOR nil equipment. A. O. Bright; Pull 1700. HEGISf 'ERED^JERSEY 7 ' 1 '-' 'MAt> S"! v ? s - 1 *<><* to 4 months, old hoo Liiclo Rowe. Hopo Rt. ,1. jfl.fit PEACH TR~EES, 3 FOOT~JUNE Buds or one year olds. Georye •Ann Orchards, Prcscolt, Ar¥ __ __ __ _ ] 5-Ot c O T T 6~N PLANTING SEED first. ycnr from breeder. Gcrmll nation no per cent. See T. S Me__ _____ OIL BURNER REPniGERATOlT • used only 'i months. Muiiy other things. See Harry Wortman. 507 Edfiowood. [9.3^ ELECTRIC , HEFRIGERATolT sewing machine, washer, - 'nnd sweeper. Kcrosense stove, maple' clininu room suite, living room furniture. Also ul ton. Ford Jruck. M. L. Rogers at Palmos _ °^'^«c- _ ____ ifl-ot TABLE TOP GAS RANGF~AND clay back hcnlor. 704 East Division. ]0 . 3t LARGE G ROOM HOUSE, COM- plete with bath Lot 71 x 150 ft n ue r J ',, U Bro . w »' South Walnut Cafe, Hope, Ar(. ao.Bt KOUR YOUNG"~J~ERSEY MILCH cows fresh heavy milkers./ West Bros., Hope, lit. 3. 20-fi't DELTA PINE AND STONEVILLE Cotton Seed. First year from brooder. J. W. Strickland. 20-Gt ONE LATE MODEL SINGER" One Rotary white, onp Vendex, guaranteed. C. W. Yancey Singer Distributor'. 513 Soutli Walnut, Phone 578-R. 20-Gt VACUUM CLEANER, ALL AT- tachment.s, little used. $25. Lii-hl ; trailer license, tarpaulin, $75 Second house off end of South Mam on Shovcr Springs, cut off H. B. Morolock, Rt. 2, Hope. 21-H MY HOME FOR SALE.~SEE ME at 217 North Elm. Phone B54 _____ _ ___ _ 21-31 ONE STALK CUTTER, ONE CUL- tivator with scratchcr, one planter, one disc, one section harrow, one 12-inch buster, 2 breaking plows. All in first class con. cuilon. Lots of other handtools. R. N. Mouscr. HI. 4, Hope. 21-01 Wanted 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rnt killer,. Harmless to any. thing but fats and mice. Guaranteed. Feeders Supply. Co. 28-3w Real Estate for Sale .5 ROOM HOUSE, BATH. 700 So. Pine. Phono'•'1044-W. 18-01 5 ROOMS, BATH, GLASSED IN' porch, gas, water, lights, sewerage. Lot 210 x 210, just outside corporate limits. Price $4000. R O. Bridewell. 20-31 5 ROOM HOUSE, STORE BUILD- mg, warehouse, electricity. Bu- tnno gas. Small slock groceries Two acres land oh highway at 0/aii. Price $2750; See C. B lyler, 119 Cotton Row, Hopo, Ark^or M. G. Crane, Ozan. 21-01 FOSTER - ELLIS 4 ROOM HOUSE ON 50 }< 142 foot lot. Occupancy in 30 days Near grade school. One block off pavement. $2,,500. Terms. 0 ROOM" HOUSE, THREE BED- roorns.- 75x150 feet corner lot ••i 'Across from Courthouse. 402 - ,Sp>)th Fulton. , i86"'A'cRES UNIMPROVED PAS- .turo and timberland. 'Near Hope 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 1940. Foster-Ellis, 108 East Sec 1 - ond Street. Phone 221. l<)-3t FOUR ROOM HOUSE, SV> LOTS city water, lights and gas, 1/4 mile north of Brick yard. Henry Gl "'y- 19-31 NEW HOME, 5 ROOMS AND bath, near Paisley school, water, 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 Lcwallen. 19-31 For Sale or Trade 1041 DODGE FOUR DOOR SE- dan, like new. 23,000 miles. See at Halliburton Sheet & Metal Works, 20-31 Services Offered EXPERIENCED STAFF OF bookkeepers will keep your books for only $1 per week. Mail card today for information on this nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Weck Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Tcxarkann. 10-1 m Fish'Bait NEED MINNOWS, SEE CLAR- once Weakley at 1101 West 7th and Hamilton. 8-31 Female Help WanrecT MAID, WHITE OR ' COLORED Apply Mrs. Albert Graves, 402 North Washington. . 20-31 WOMAN TO STAY WITH 8 YEAR old girl from 3 to 0 p.m. including Saturday and Sunday. Colored or white. Call Mrs. Ber- nlcce May, at 222 before 5 p m or after that lime at G50-J. 20-31 TWO WAITRESSES! : APPLV Loo's Tourist Cafe-Court. Highway G7 'west. lO-Qt MODEL A HALF TON PICK-UP boys' bicycle, one cylinder, motor suitable for lawn mover See Jones Maytag Sales & Service Phone 20!). ^i-Qt NICE BUILDING LOTS. TWO blocks west of courthouse ai Fifth and Hamilton, Sixth anc Jefferson, and Jefferson at 7th All .utilities available. C. B Tyler, 119 Cotton Row. 19-Gl WE ARE NOW READY TO SELL . our. present first floor store fixtures. This includes wall sec; tions for dresses, blouses and ; gloves, wall sections for milli- ••• nery, four show cases, ten 4 foot counters with drawers and three • mirror alcoves. We will start remodeling this floor about April 23rd and possession date will ; -bo soon thereafter. McCoys, Tex- './arkana, Arkansas. 22-31. Wonted to Rent FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED house or apartment. Notify II T. Helton. Fulton, Ark., ' or phone While * Co. Collect. 19-Gt .FURNISHED APART MENT. Phone Paul Hoolcn at 78, between the hours, 9:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. 18-Gt THREE ROOM FURNISHED Apartment for light housekeeping Apply Schoolcy's Store. Phone . 38-F-ll. Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise available now for new Associate Stores. Wrile or wire. ,,.V"nvnu Auto Stores, Dallas 1, Texas. 19-2m 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 A BARGAIN. MODERN 5 ROOM house with bath, butane Has electricity. Chicken house, smoke house, large barn, all in good condition. 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 Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. n-l I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone GOO. n Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phone 476. 14-lrh DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT a machine by the hour. Phone 646-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 Riloy Cooper, 1900 West 17th Street, Texarknna, Texas'. 15-2m YOUH OLD MATTRESS RE- rmido 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-Ot For Rent FRONT BEDROOM WITH GAR- rage. 203 East Ave. C. 20-31 TO WORKING COUPLE. FWO rooms, private bath, upstairs furnished apartment. Phone 208-M. 21-31 Lost PAIR PRESCRIPTION GLASSES, lost in Courthouse vicinity Friday. Reward for return to 905 West 5th Street. ifl.Qi LADIES' BROWN POCKETBOOK near Ozan. Reward. G L McCarty, Box 296, Palmos. ' 20-31 Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK, Collegiate Wrestlers at Stillwater Stillwalcr, Okla., March 22 — (/P) — The nation's lop collegiate grapplers start out tonight on the Oklahoma Aggies' own mats to try something they haven't been able to do in a decade — break the Ag- gies headlock on the NCAA wrestling crown. . Iowa Teachers, Illinois and Michigan State looked like the best bets to beat the defending champion Aggies in the first NC A A wrestling tourney held since 1942 an ™, lhe fii ; st ovcr "old here. The Aggies only resumed competition this year after a three- year lay-off but in their two matches of the season — both against Southwestern Tech of Weathcrford. Okla. - they won. Iney have won 13 of the 15 National Collegiate Athletic Association s tournaments, taking the last six in a row before the meet was suspended during the war. Coach- Art Griffith, who took over in 1940 upon the. death of Ed Gallagher has yet to sec his team lose. 10 Sprinters in Feature^ at Oaklawn Hot Springs, March 22?-'—(/D'-*• Ten of the older sprinlciSiOl Ohk- lawn were to compete ifr a $1,200 six-furlong allowance dnsh presented as the feature number oh today's program. J. C. Ellis' Quintero, ask erf to carry 113 pounds with E. Must up, was a strong contended;/,for the role of prc-rnce favorites Dave Hum's Gal Ann, who losraor rider in her last effort, was expected to be in the thick of competition. She carried 110 pounds with Wendell tads in the saddle. ,T. F. Curry and V. Twilight also weije regarded as possible favorites. 1 The seventh race, a $1,200 rnlle nnd a sixteenth eveiH, brought together a field of six. Hejiry Forrest's Columbus Day; Mrs. K. S. Smith's Robins Pet and ! Mrs. L. Kelly's Milk Flip were . regarded as. the standouts in the event. Two other distance ev.ents, one at a mile and a sixteenth and the other a mile and an eighth test, and four sprints rounded out the program. Hartwick and Bagley's'Son Forever won tlle $1 300 six . fur i 0 ng btulgarl allowances race yesterday. He p n id $5.70 straight and timed in 1:11.3. Big Three stable's Hearth Brom was second and Mrs. L. Fry's Double Back was third. Second Round for State Ring Tourney Little Rock, March 22 — (/PJ— The boys who fight only for the fun of U and iob-si?.cd medals shoved the Arkansas AAU boxing tournament on to a rousing start last night but some of the better boys will show their wares for the first time m tonight's semi-finals. Pairings in this division send Robert Manti of Camp Chaffee who. turned in the only opening- round knockout by finishing off Earl McMillen, North Little Rock against Troy Gray of North Little champion: and Fay O'Dell, top- Rock, midsoulh Golden Gloves champion; and Fay O'Dell, top- seeded favorite from Springdale and Arkansas Tech, gainst Rodney Wells of Fort Smith O'Dell drew a first-round bye, while Gray and Wells won by decisions last night. In addition to Manti's kayo victory, four TKO's and a flock of extremely close, often booed detfi- sions heighlighted the initial 20- boul session of the bcak-bustin' party. Most of the little boys— special weights of 50 through 105 pounds- will nayo their show this aflernon Only six special weight tiffs are included in the big blowout tonight Finals will be "staged next Friday night, March 29. - : - # A melodrama originally was a dramatic composition in which an orchestra played appropriate Q i r s . Oaklawn Entries for Saturday First Race— .$1100; clmg; 3 yos; fill's. Blak Jade x!07; Aliens .Girl ( "i . Atoka Lad 112; Annclalor x!02; Comelately x!02; Midhy 112; Ports Boy 112; Rosadel x!02; Westy Hill X 107; Prefer Lady 107 : Whss Pebble x!05; Vinita General Also eligible: Export 112; Stage Light xl02; Burg Heir 112; Devils iMusic x!07. (12 & 4). Second Race— $1100; alwcs; 4 yos lip; G furs. Bobby Easter 112; C''Sc 12; De Sola 118; Bagncll Wcnlloon 118 ; Lookout Rascal .j : Ts .f cond L °ve 113; - Ackwell ,j; Liberator 118; Dukes Pal 112- Ebony Edge 115; Epoln 115.' Also eligible: Review x!02' Darr y Pc. las ?,'o 3; Top Book xm ' uood Show 112; Mr. X. 110; Sweet- corn x!02. (12 G) Third Race— $1100; alwcs; 4 yos T P: in-7 A 6 m !' Barni >cle 115; Patsy J. ° 7 : Qiao's Lady 108; Floysan °: Rolls Day 112 ;Edie Jane 0; Valdina Fop 118. (7). Fourth Race-$l 100; alwcs; 4 yos up; 1 1-10 mi. Don Listo 118; Mow- S T^ dy ^ 105; Susie Booster ; Lady Tyrant 110; IKnight Gappy X108; Miss Emmaloe lOfl- Doi ; lv ative x!13; Wicked 110; Day And Night 105; Caro xl08; Galla Grip 110; Miss Wolverine xlOl. (12) tilth Race— $1200; alwcs; 4 yos Rni^ 1 " 16 ,,? 1 '' Alumont 118; South Border 115; Impenetrable 115; Sherlock 118; Swift Legion xllO Q"' b s .Bally xl!3; Troop Train IIS 1 Hl sMms Mac 115; ; .r,onouille Sixth Race— $1200; alwcs>; 4-yos up; 0 furs. Ariel Actress xl()3- Granlag 118; Old Silk x!05; Happy Pog6 Five This Curious World By William Ferguson FURNISHES ecTRiai TO MORE THAN . OME M/LL/OM IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. SEND US AM/7ODD TO OUOTE ' AVERAGE STRIKES .EACH DAV. M. REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. A CAKE CAN BE 600D AND STILL BE CRUMMY, "Ssi/s BETTY EISENGREIN, ' GARNSVAL By Dick Turner BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Doug Bacon V*| I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 FH , v; ?« te , Fado 111; Yavapai x!05;, a- nn° lh S!' Nl T B r hl X102; Webtherlte Gal no^ Xl ° C; . D ? lll1tless , Also eligible: Lester K } 110; Ca- U2 1 &'3,' 5 ' a - c °l, e y Bay 112. a-Branhan Frolik entry '" < ", Seventh Race-$5000; "Add Oak- ml n b dlca g : 3 yos l 'i j : ' J -IG mi. Rockwood Lou 110; ' Plover Brand 114' Prince Vito 103- Alfi- sonia 107; Port Mars 100; South Dakota 122; Baruna 112; Jacalitos * ', ,° Zo 11J ! L 'g'its Abeam 117' Appleknocker 122. (11) •- ' Eighth Race— $110; alwcs- 4 Mn "P' 1 -^ 10 ml. Crumble ' 118; Marco B. Good xl!3; Tensloen : Son O'Ted xlll; 'a-Boorn On Xl08: Bellsborb 12; Golden x-Apprenlice allowance^ L: Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Now Haven, Conn. — Bpb Montgomery, 137 Philadelphia "knocked out Ernie Petrone, 13G l£, New Haven, 4. (Non-title) New York — Ray "Suea'r" Rob^.150., New York, knocked ot reddle Flores, 102 New York s Oshkosh, Wik -' Charley P' a?: A am ,' 47, Milwaukee, knocked out" Paul Reilly, ^43, St. Louis, 5. By United Press ? rnn i^ N M J - ~ <UP)- Joe Cur-' p— 148, Newark, N. J. stopped Patsy Giordano, 151 1-2, Toronto Fall River, Mass. — Huehie Bae- nuto 139, Toronto, outponYted Lu- 0 1 "(16) 143 J " 2 ' Long Island city. i Ne ^ po ! -t ' Vt ' — Jea n Richard, lii?nn M °19/ eal1 sl °« J1 {i ed Johnny Robinson, UG, Lynn, Mass., (3i ""& N ' J " ~ Pele M'irabel- i' ^ p S ew York - knocked out ircddie Herman. 133, E •IN . J . , ( I ) , Portland, Me. — Colev i!>? U M a " d ' vV V ~ Bill >' Carroll, 129, Ne wYork, knocked out Ray Moore, 131, Providence, R. I., (ii). ' - ° --Approximately 15,000 lost their lives in "home-made" falls last year. SERVICE — QUALITY — VARIETY ^*'\ 'a.-^«-^ 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 Wlllhite Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Swee't" Co ".Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Serlcea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE*; The Leading Seed Store corn. 1945 BY NCA SERVICE. INC. T-'I^'HEO. u. s. PAJ OFF'.' "Thai's Preston Pennywhisllc dealing—he's the only one •who doesn't have a prelly good poker face!" Political Announcements SPORTS ROUNDUP -Br Hcok S. FaHertMi Jr.- New York, March 22 — (/P)— Most of'the basketball coaches who have gathered here for their first big convention since before the war figure they're to busy this year getting the college game roiling again to tinker with the rules. . . But that doesn't: keep them from advancing individual ideas. . . . There's the three-circle plan i'or •ump balls, for instance, and Ore- Jon's'Howard Hobson still is strong 'or widening the free-throw lane to loosen up the game under the basket and minimize the effect of tall players. Hobby bravely offers this proposal despite the fact he has a fl-foot-8 freshman center. . . Phog Allen, the articulate Kansan who thinks' 12-foot high baskets would make it basketball again instead of SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-Wesf Lumber Co, Hazel and Division "round-ball hockey" came up with a suggestion recently to make the court 130 feet long and to use seven-man teams so there'd be more seats along the sides. . Phog knows as well as anyone that it would mean rebuilding every gym and field house. Today's Gust Star Gordon Gilmore, St, Paul Pioneer-Press: "Reports from the south don't say how well the Saints are drawing in their exhibitions, but they're assured of at least one rooter. . , They've got a Pigg on third base." The day that Frank Patrick, the old Chicago Cardinal fullback, arrived to take over his new job ath lelic director and head coach at the college of Puget Sound, residents of Tacoma, Wash., and vicinity felt an earthquake shock. Linemen who used to tackle Frank weren't surprised. Dots All, Brothers Man O'War will celebrate his birthday a week from today. . . Don Budge offers the startling news to tennis enthusiasts that Frankie Parker's forehand (remember the old gags) now is his best shot. . . "All I know, 1 ' says Don, "is that when you hit to it you have to start running but when you hit to his backward you know you're going to get the ball." COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. MONEY TO LEND Eusy Terms 1 Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Sayings & Loan Association 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 H. PILKINTON Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clei'K ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL 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. Baylor and Okla.A.M. Meet Tonight Kansas City, March 22 — UP)— Baylor University's Bears turn youth and speed on seven-foot Bob Kitrland nnd powerful Oklahoma A. and M. tonight in a western regional N.G.A.A. basketball tournament's opening round game that all but one of the coaches agree will be won by the defending champions Agreeing with the price-fixers are Bill Henderson of Baylor, Forrest (Frosty) Cox of Colorado and Nibs Price of California, coaches of three of the four-team tourna ment field. The lone dissenter is Henry (Hank) Iba, who coached the Ag- gies to a national N.C.A.A. crown last year and -earlier this week beat the Big Six champion Kansas Jayhawks in a playoff game for the fifth district invitation. "I don't say we will and I won't say we won't," Ib'a commented 'We beat Baylor .last December (65-46), but they have a fast and accurate bunch of scorers." .•• V;.--^ —, O '- .; Statistics show that in the home nearly 50 percent of all accidental deaths result from falls Baumori Hits 3 Homers for Rocks By United Press First Baweman Joe Bauman was' the toast of the Little Rock baseball sqtiad Friday. " The heavy-hitting initial sddker slammed three home runs Thurs-" day to help the Travelers Howrt Arkansas Slate Teachers college in Conway 15 to 2. Manager Willis Hudlin's Little" J>" c . k team is enrpute to Keesley field, Miss., for games Sunday with an army team. _ TAt !anla meets the Green jfcove Naval Ah- Station Friday in a fame at =tHe Gainesville. Fla., Cratkef gaming camp. Emil Lochbaum and Forrest Thompson have been nom- v°,F d n Io , r ""''''ne chores., by> Pilot Klk J, Cuyler. Atlanta took- a '9 to 4 exhibition win from the University of_ilorida Thursday. — The Southern Association clubs found rqught going with American Association clubs Thursday In-Bay St. Louis, the Brirning- ham Barons were nipped, 12 to 5 by /.eke Bounura's Minneapolis Millers. Chattanooga ..bowed to St. Paul, 5 to 0 in Cocoa, Fla. Two New Cubans, Jose Azrdon and nH ?. Cr r^°£ eHrc Valdes'had join- T *, Chattanooga squad Friday In Ma con. Ga., Larry Gilbert was y'"S to pick a second string' catcher for Nashville. The Vol first team backstop will comeifrom the Chicago Cubs, but Al (RUbe) Walker and Ted (Porky) Pawelek are- waging a hot fight for the number" two spot. GUARANTEED 9 ' ~T~ Boise, Idaho, March >22 — Iff)— m U f ldS '..°A f the Id 5 ho Stat^capitol will be "excavated" upon the request of Joan Sawher; of East v g nf' a T| r i, Mas . s -.,to the Univer- ( y 9 f . Id aho extension service. Officials are going to send her H.nS? 0 "/^ 1 of Senume Idaho soil to denote .. the western state on a dirt *<& I' I } *a NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. C' w 11 VAM^S hanfie Machines C. W. YA.NCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE F °A r ,, Prompt Ex Pert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize in , REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, all General Motors Cars Phone' 202 4th and Washington Loe's Tourist^ Cafe-Court; «T~~ Featuring'- . -^.L.'! Ste l ks , u ':•• Fried .Chicken! • Barbecue »F!sh ~,. • Sandwiches "Soft Drlnkt NOW OPEN 24 HdURS;; Phone 222 for Private *' Dining Rborii •' Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe II (Jlty Limits & Highway 67 Weit" •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. SHUU VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co, 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances SEAT COY IRS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply 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 Personal Stationery Pastel Colors ' ' . A Complete line •, i Gentry Printing Go. Phone 241 Hope, Ark; COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply • 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 Sea Us'For BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from eelected Blocks. Hardy, fa»t« grower*. Low piicf. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO, 4th and La. st» Phone 26 !l It 1

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