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> f' f t * > 4 Po§ HOP I STA*, HOPE, ARKANSAS Mbnttoy, March 25, By Chick Young Bnside the GOLD CLOCK \ gave my ; card to a tuxedoed muscle- man ' to take into ikon. _. WANT A PRIVATE DETECTIVE TO KEEP THE CROUPIERS CROOKED. HUNGRY LIBBY?'/T FAMISHED t WAS AFRAID Or r. UBBY, iw PUTTING YOU IN t CAB AND SENDING >U HOME vboil 00 NOTHING \ OF THE SORT, Vld HINT, ' I WOULDN'T MISS THIS FOR WORLDS/ THERE'S AGAIN PAGWOODJ THE ROOF IS OK GOSH.' IT WO OH, THIS IS AWFUL — THIS IS SIMPLY TERRIBLE/ OLD HAPPEN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT.' HE'S GOING TOTE LL IKON I'M HE RE E LEAKING AND THE PAIN IS , POURING IN GROWL SEEMED TO THINK THIS WAS AFRONTFOR SOMETHING BIGGER. 1WONDERWHAT? IN RAN YOU'LL CATCH T-' / MAYBE- THE vv GOTAROOMFUU OF RIGGED ROULETTE WHEELS. KIDDIN'; \ LOOK, KID* HERE'S A OF COURSE] PICTURE OP EVATASED B|N ^"HERW owTTO lft VEARS LATER. NOT MUCH A }ITTLE WORK BV A &OOD ^AI<E-UP ARTIST AND VOU'P LOOK AS MUCH LIKE THAT RABV PICTURE AS SHE DOES NOW EXACTLVi AFTEE JULKIE oMEONE LITTLE OIRLJANP.THAT. 1IAI L< I A-r^r, Y00I/ Till I $ "isi Side Glances By Galbrdith MODEST MAIDENS Tnitemirk BugWercil U. S. Patent Office 6ff.*i OW-WW/VOOK ATTHEU FANGS.' W-VVHV.DIP I LEAVE MY BIFLE IN THg COCKPIT ?- —SO'WAV... NICE &IKL... N-NICS G-SIIJL/ THEIK TREACHEROUS ALASKAN WASTES, WHERE THEV WERE FOKCEP —SCOKCHY AND THE «THE(JS FOLLOW A -BOA\B SISMAL, ' TO SLIM CHANCE'S ' RESCUE PLANE . DON'T DISTURB DADDY- HENRY/ HE HAS A PAINFUL CORN / She likes the ceremony so much,.we've been through it four times this week." /'Junior tvants to be independent, so I told him we'd pay 'him for helping around the house—we owe him $1.50 for Changing up his coat and hat for two weeks! Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ?unny Business By Hershberger SOMETHIN' —AMD, FELLAS, THERE ACE TOO COOKS, MANV SNOOT1E-CUTIES AROUMD FRECKf TWIS HIGH SCHOOL/ WE'VE LETS LAtH PUSHED AFZOUMD LON& ON.' J LET'S BOYCOTT 'ENA ' LETS CUTOUK.- SELVES ADRIFT SWOOM SET! FROM NOW , ow—- LETS NOT EVEN LOOK AT WOMEN! ^AMD MV \ CUFF LIMKS,) AND / STICK PIN, ) AMD S WATCU.AMQ._ ^.,MV SILVER! THE EATS TOOK EVERYTHING BUT THE -KITCHEN SINVi! MV MOMEV AND BONDS! OH! OH! BURGLAR'S- I'VE SEEM ROBBED! NOW ABOUT THIS ATLANTIS PROJECT- FIRST WE MUST COM5IOE1 SHUCKS, BUD, IF DOC PUT YOU TO WO3K, WHO'D I HAVE T' GO FISHIM'WITH- AN' STUFF? WELL. ACTEB ALL, A GUV HAS GOT TO VV05K IF HE WANTS TO EAT REGUL/\e-- ANYHOW, WHO WANTS TO JUST SIT AROUND AND DO NOTHING? AW, I DON'T ^ BUT YOU DO WORK./ FIND IT TOO / GOING OM THOSE HARD TO / TIME-TCIPS IS WORK TAKE / PLEMTY IMPORTANT AND PANGEROLJ5 TOO, I'LL BET/ WELL, YEH, I GUESS SO, IF Y' LCOK AT IT THAT WAY--SOMEHOW IT HAD NEVER ' OCCURED T' // /^'That's where he hides ouLwhen housecleaninfl starts!" 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RK. U. S. PAT. 0 Thimble Theater (OH, DEAR) ME ONLY SON IS'A fWEAkLIN 1 // (OH, GOODY// THE GIANT IS KILLING POPEVE // Hr»/ , LADY LORIHPA, THE DAUGHTER OF THE WEALTHY DUCHESS OF HUBBA-HUBBA HAS DISAPPEARED/ DUCHE55 ALWAYS PAYS HER TAXES OW TIME, SO- I'LL / 5AY DID/ OAKY, I'VE JUST RECIEVEP SOME WEWS/- -50 I'M SEUDIHG MYV 1 HOPE BEST KWIGHT TO^d HE CAW, FIND HER I—TVOUR MAJESTY/ DAUGHTER/ HE BETTER HAP, OAKY/ WOW GET STARTED FOR HUB6A-HUBBA ATONCE/ ut-Our Way By J. R, Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople I'M USIN' A DISH THAT WON'T BREAK, BUT BOB'S BIG BROTHER. KIW JERK TH' TABUECLOTH PROM UNDER A DISH AM' NEVER MOVE TH 1 DISH/ WELL, you USE A PEANUT AND A HAKJ'KERCHIEF.' WHY DO AMATEURS ALLUS HAVE TO START WITH TH' PIAMO AM' TH' PARLOR » r-\-™»* RU<37 THf\T DtRSE OUSHT TO BE vjERV POPULAR A SORT OF ANTHEM FOR CfXrJMlBALS, , twees.' n'S A. eoi^e I' CQMPOSlhiG INSPIRED 8V TH& TH&V COUUD CROONi TO l\AlSSIONiFsR\E$>/ BUT X YiONJT STILL <SOT VOL)/ BUT I'LL, KEEP I'VE STILL GOT SOU ' !U,PRYDER LOOK WHENS 1 5AVO TH' 5HERIFPS " 6MLOFF triM LEDGE, !£>) SOfAETHif^Q LUKE AhJDGU'5 TRIED KIULU5.-rVKK.lS56 LOOK. AT THE eonorNOF THE »• GUAOER is A SATCHEL., WHICH KA5 BEEH4 LOCKED W THE (51ACI&R IO TEARS* THE woeey WART »u w ; I r>SP vyt'iOCT VWfrlfci .__eo«t 1M4IT wu wfilct 25, 1946 ClASS/F/iED month For Sale He word, minimum $i,70 SELL" SEED. Tf T ° ** r PLANTING ntL y nn r fl '° m br cedor. Dav°U PC1 ' C ° nl - So ° T " S ' Mc ' •ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR" sewing machine, washer, < Kerosc " s ° mm o room su te, living room £'"> l"<-e Also JV4 ton fc Ford i™ck. M. L. Rogers at Patmos 9, ROOM HOUSE, COM". with bath Lot 71 x 150 ft nfr. « ' T'C' S ° lllh Wnllu 'i "° fc ' Hope. Art. 20-Gl FOUR YOUNG JERSEY~M1LCH cows fresh heavy milkeT-. West Bros., Hope. Rt. 3. 20-nt CoUn« PI cP, AN £ STONEVILLE Cotton Seed. First year from ireedqr. J. W. Strickland. 20-01 M P. EL ""SINGER. Wanted killer. Harmless to anything but rats and mice. Gunraii- ™_i3L!:l c l!:!j' ! ^ lll:) i :i| y Co - 2 s-3w Real Estate for SaTcT . nig, warehouse, oleclricily. Bu- taiie gas. Small stock grocei-los Two acres land on highway at Oznn. Price $27SO; See C B Tyler, llfl Cotton Row, Hope. A ''k.. or M. G. Crane, Oxan. 21-Gt NICE BUILDING LOTS TWO blocks west of courthouse al Iifth and Hamilton, Sixth and Jefferson, and Jefferson at 7th All utilities available, C. B Tv- ler, llfl Cotton Row. 19-Gt Oklahoma HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Champions Now York, March 2, r > — (/P)— Led by Bob (Foothills) Kurland. die UKlahomn Aggies, defending National Collegiate Athletic Assncili- Hnn basketball champions, will in- vaclo Now York's Madison Square Ciiirclcn tomorrow night in a hls- tpry-making attempt to become the first two-time winner of the eight-year-old tournament. STALK CUTTER, ONE CUL- tlvator with scratchier,. one planter, one ;disc, one section har- ...row> one 12-inch buster, 2 break- 1 • jn.fr Rtows. AIL. In first class con& •Sr' V iJ' ots of olhcr handlools. I K..N. Mousor, Rt. 4. Hope. 21-Gt MODEL A HALF TON PICK-UP~ .boys' bicycle, one cylinder, motor suitable for lawn mover Sec WE ARE NOW READY TO SELI - pur present first floor store fixtures. This includes wall sections fot dresses, blouses and gloves, wall sections for millinery, four show cases, ten 4 foot counters with drawers .and three mirror alcoves. We will start , .remodeling this floor about April ; ;Aml and possession date will .'DC Soon thereafter. McCoys, Tox,. 'tirkana, Arkansas. 22-31 ONE •HORSE BUGGY, IN XT] . • condition. 3 miles out on Route if .2. Hope, See L. C. Revis. 23-31 _ _ • Services Offered EXPERIENCED S~T A F F OF bookkeepers will keep your books ,) for only $1 per week. Mail card i.- today for information on this ...nationwide new service. Dollar, A-Week Bookkeeping Service. 304 ;•. P & M Building, Texarkana. ' ... : . 19-lm Help Wo nte ,.-, CORNER PLACE ON Third Street. Bro.-irlwny of America 28 x 7!> ft. Store- Building. Modern living quarters in rear Now .modern servants quarters in back yard. Priced to sell ;it B. Tyler, Exclusive once. C. Agent. Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- lurc, one piece or more. Anv amount. What have you? Phone _^± 11'-1m 1 WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 ™ p ii- cl F °V d or Chevrolet. Buck . Williams. IOC South Walnut Street Phone GOO. 17 tf Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and boiler bargains. Phone 47G. 14-lin IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery Ifi-lm'o. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINOS and Venetian blinds, write ttilcv Cooper, 190!) West 17th Street. Texarkana, Texas. 1-Vm Lost -— - -»...^.v^1.1., ii\jn OIjASSl'jS, I Jost in Courthouse vicinity, Friday. Howard for return to 005 West 5th Street. 19.01 . The Slillwater .Okla., Cowboys, Irosh from their 52-3fl thumping of T. a on 0rnin which followed an easy <H-29 conciuosl of Baylor to enable lliem to retain their western regional NCAA litle, will be opposed by North Carolina, whose overall ,i()-4 won and lost record compares favorably to the Aggies' 80 wins in 32 games. " , T . hu While Phantoms of Chapel Hill, earned the right to moot the Aggies in the East-West playoff by eliminating New York University 57-49, and Ohio Stale 00-57 in overtime ,to capture the eastern regional NCAA crown. The Aggies-Tarheels clash will present an individual scoring duel between Kurland and North Carolina s John (Hook) Dillon. By pouring in 29 points against California Saturday night, Ihe Aggies' seven- toot center became the leading col- ' c ,S !n(0 scorer in the country with 620 points. Dillon, whose 31 points , , m i u . ch lo do wilh lhp success of the White Phantoms in the tournament, has accounted for 436 points to win a place among the nation's lop ten pointmakcrs. Keene Again Top Jockey at Oaldawn Hot Springs, March 25 — f/pj— After temporarily dropping to second place, Harold Keenu again Jed the more than GO jockeys at Oaklawn Park in the contest for riding honors as the record breaking spring race meeting entered its litth and tinal week today. The Lowell, Mass., apprentice was in the van with 19 winners 17 in the place spot and 4G in the. show position in a total of 107 en gagements. He had a winning per !•« r» n 4 .-. «T r. r ,t in ° * Yanks, Giants Yield Ground in Florida Now York,.March 25 — (IP)— The American League New York Yankees and the National League Philadelphia Phils, grapefruit loaders a week ago, both were forced to relinquish their hold on first place this week. The Yankees dropped to second behind the Washington Senators and the Quakers yielded to the New York Giants. Including games of Sunday, the senators boasted the best overall won and lost record with II victories against only five defeats for both their "A" and "B" teams. Behind the Yankees (22-12) came Boston's Red Sox (10-8) and Cleveland (fi-S), only other American League teams above the .500 mark. The p a e o-sotting National League mark of the Giants showed nine victories and five defeats, all against major league opposition. Behind the Phils' came Pittsburgh (13-D) and the St. Louis Cardinals (0-7). The Red Brids, with six victories to show against only one cle- Ceat for the week, made the biggest climb. ^ The National League champion Chicago Cubs were the biggest dis- ' appointment of the week playing ' only one of their five games to join their White Sox city neighbors In the collar. In inter-league warfare, the older circuit loads the Harridgc lop 'J4 victories to 28. This Curious World By William Ferguson RED BONE HOUND,' HAS VAC- cmation collar on. 4 year old Answers to name "Rod" Reward for return to Monroe Kent Patmos, Rt. ]. 23-Gt NO 4 RATION BOOK. REWARD for return to Lester Orr, Hope, Rt. 1. , nr,_-)( WAITRESSES, ~ ~~APPl3f -Loo's Tourist Cafe-Court. Hi|h- . way 07 west, t uf. Bt Wonted to Rent FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED house or apartment. Notify H. ":T, Helton, Fulton, Ark., or -: Phone White * Co. Collec 19-ot /THREE ROOM FURNISHED A- 'V>: .partment for light housekeeping ' ' Store - , Mrs. .T.E. Schooley. 2-tf Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Scores-Franchise and merchan- cllse available now for new As- ,§pciate Stores. Write or wire .- Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1 ' Help Wonted .'ARE YOU OUT OF WORK? DO • •('•! you, need more money? Write ,.us .immediately regarding oppor- , tunities to supply customers with ..WaHkins Products in the city of Hope. .No experience necessary Fo^ more information write, The '• J. ,R. Watkins Company, 72-30 .West Iowa, Memphis 2, Tcnn ' : •• • 25-lt. Week-End Sports By The Associate,' Press Golf Grensboro, N. C. — Sam Snead, Hot Springs, Va., finished with two par-cracking rounds of f>7-6(i to win tno $7,500 Greensboro open j'olf tournament with a 72-hole score of 270. Herman Keiser, Akron. O., finished second wilh 276. Lloyd Man- Ki'wrn, Los Angeles, was third with Tennis New York—Don Budge and Bobby Riggs split in two matches Saturday. Riggs won the afternoon Heel Cross benefit contest, 4-G G-3 3-2, and budge the night affair 7-5, 6-3. It as Budge's first triumph in nine matches with Rit'L's on their cross-country tour. Wrestling Stiliwater, Okla. — Oklahoma A M. wrestlers won two individual titles and the N. C. A. A. team championship with 25 points. Iowa Male Teachers, second with 24 points, had three individual cham- 31011S. Basketball New York—North Carolina won the Eastern N. C. A. A. basketball Q, . m ?.!?25 h ! p by defeating Ohio State 60-57 in overtime Kansas City—Oklahoma A. &M paced by Bob Kurland who scored Anthony Skoronski, who pushed Keene out of the load for a few days last week, was in second P ace with 17 winners, 11 in second place and 13 in third out of a tota of B3 mounts. He loped Keene in winning percentage by two points in third place was Harold Wai lace, Ihe Kentucky apprentice who has tun afoul of the stewards here hree limes for rough riding. Wallace had a record of 12, six and eight out of 54 trips to the post: and Jed both Keone and Skoronski winning percentage with ?2 - Apprentice Rod. Harlwick. loading rider of -the falJ meeting, was fourth wilh 11, 17 and 17. Harlwick led all riders in the' number of mounts with 11H. The mile and 70 yards derby trial, a $1,500 allowance event, occupied (lie feature spot on today's program. J si^nm! 11 " i fi ,°L d o£ An °minees for the $10,000 added Arkansas Derby which will close the meeting Saturday, was scheduled to go postward ' outstanding derby candidate except Dan and Cambron's southern Pride was included in the field. Chief among these was .1 Graham Brown's Double Slam Reynold Brothers' Mr. Chairman and Dave Ferguson's Ariel Ace. Two men worked side by side in ur i - r Pl ' ocluL 'ti°n Board office in Washington. They never spoke but each watched the olhcr. One man quit work daily at 4 o'clock. The other toiled on till G or later Some months passed. Then the harder working of the two ap- For ELECTRIC (SERVICE Day Phono 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark Doug f»| T'V Carl Bacon V*>l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — ——— House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 AT ^ oil l ls ' captured Ihe Western N.. C A. A. bnskolball champion- snijj by routing California , r )2-3, r ) Uunvcr, Colo. — The Phillips GO Oilers won tno N;ilion;il A. A U basketball championship by whio- pmg the San Diego Dons 45-34. Harry Segnar, Sr, PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feel; Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN ^h. A ^^ t i .^k .^ . _ SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-Wesi Lumber Co. Hazel and Division Oaklawn Entries for Twesday First Race—$1200; clmg: 4 yos up; C furs. Mia Maria 108; Al- vnys Flying 110: Lester K. 107; Silver Toy. 110; Miss Tipper 110; Anxiety 107; Canigo 115 ; Cake ""ravy 115: Chicona 110. (9.) Second Race—$1200; alwcs; 4 yos -ip; G furs. Arieliln 108; Lolsfly ,115; Reno Owl 115; War Spy 115; Dixie's First-x!03; Risky Lad 113; Genial Sam S. 113; Star Thornc 113; Travel 113; Sun Gallahnd 113; Agronomist x!08; Sue Damion 108. (12). Third Race—$1200; mdns; 2 yos fillies; 4furs. a-Propitious Pal 118; Perfect Miss 118; Nell Noll 118; b-Rcmbird 118; Walkup 118; Din- aiv.ade 118; b-Quoon's Brand 118; n-Miss Ncal 118; Mid Victory 118; Kenwood Blitz 18; Sislayr 118. (11). a-.T. C. Ellis entry. b-Forrcsl. and Springlake entry. Fourth Race—S1200; clmg; 4 yos up; G furs. Bright Bronze xlOG; Private Howie 112; Border Scout xllO; Pari King 112: Lokout Rascal xllO; Nonyaw 105; Valiant Teddy 110; Mental Banker 115; Floy- snn x!07; Silver Ace xll3;' King's Mount xll3; Baby Snuff 113; Also eligible: Mutinous 118; Odd Pair 113; Royal Edge 113; Peggy's Boy 112. (12 & 4). ' . Fifth Race—$1200; alwcs; '4 yos up; 6 furs. Top Transit 118; Gomel 110; Bolo Babe 107; Youroff x!08; I Love Bridge 113; Eliza Jane x!05; My Blitzen xlll; Leaping Moose 112; Amalka 107; Whosyour- gal 113; Bolo Tie 118. (11). : .-•Sixth Rae—$1200; alwcs; 4 yos up; 1 1-16 mi. Paducah 112; the s !™ ri " xln : Lucky Greenock x!07; Question Miss x!02; Doodle Bug 112; Baby Gold >:107. (6). Seventh Race—$1200; alwcs' 4 yos up; 1 1-lfi mi. Jack's Pride 115; Grand Rush 107; Good Nite 110; Nicogold 118; Milk Flip 112- Onus 115; Tangower Lee 118; kbony Edge xl!3; Tensloep x!08; Robins Pet xlOfi; Edie Jane 110; Patsy T. 110. (12). Eighth Race—$1200; alwcs- 4 yos up; 1 1-16 mi. Lady Tyrant 08; a-Whippet 100; Knight Capp ill; Josephine 106; Minlack xlll- Epaway xlll; Ho Ho 113; b-Wickod 116; Brown Slave 111; Day And Might 108; Gray Doltie xlOl; Miss Emmalee 109. Also eligible: Little Minx 108- Neverfret x!06; a-Caro xlll; b-Mo- ida_108. (12 & 4). Caro entry. __ l»<6 BY Ntn StKVICE. INC. 1 M. REG.'u S. PAT. OFF "We have now developed a vastly superior product, clue lo experience gained during the war making alcohol for explosives!" CARN8VAL By Dick Turner IS 277,000 TIME5 U5 THAN 'S THE SOMETIMES, WHEN YOU 50METHINS, IT COMES TO YOU, AND THEN YOU GO AFTER IT/'5a«r A.CASS REDEWILL, b-Brock Levy & Sepcner entry. x-Apprentice allowance. JOE JACKSON HAD A .408 BATTING AVERAGE HIS FIRST YEAR AS A REGULAR PLAYER IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES. T . M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. _ New . March 25 — (fP)— The» Bntjb S. FoUertsB. Jr.- Jronched the other. ''I beg your pardon," he said. pa you mind telling mo how you clean up your work every dav al 4 o'clock?" 'Not at all," said the other man. "When I come to a tough Jioce of detail, I mark it, 'Refer o Commander Smith.' I figure lhal n an outfit as large as this, there s sure to be a Commander Smith And I must bo right; none of those capers conies back to mo." The harder worker started to emove his coat. "Brother," he said, "prepare for iclion. I'm Commander Smith " New York Rovers' Freddie Met- calfo, one of the best coaches in amateur hockey, is taking on a big responsibility for one of the few progressive moves that sport has made . . . For years hockey "progress" has been limited to" tinker- jmg with the rules and increasing the ticket selling force to take care of the customers . . . This spring the American Hockey League blossomed . out with a promotion program and now Tom (Doubleheader) Lockhart lias handed Mctcalfe the task of trying to develop new lalent whore hockey talent never has been found before . . . Lockhart, who continues to box amateur hockey though he was moved up to the pro rangers, explains it this way .Metculfe will have Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 PATMQS, ARK SERVICE — QUALITY — VARIETY j**'\ - . ..:t^V Now Is the time to get ready for your Spring planting. We have a most complete line of Field and Garden Seeds, Insecticides Inoculations. and AGENTS FOR Willhite Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Swle" W, TVlp^Sleaned Kobe, Korean and Serlcea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store charge of a couple ol' junior leagues which may produce'some players for the Metropolitan or Eastern circuits.' He will continue to coach the Rovers and scout for the Rangers in Ihe off season and next winter he'll conduct a weekly club couches . . . The last is probably the biggest job of all, for one hilch in developing young players this side of Canada has been that the kids had no one lo show them the right way to play. The Building (ing) Up "Has anyone ever noticed that the U. of Pennsylvania has a Blanehard hall?" asks Jim Haughton, Villanova college publicitor • . .. "1 don'i think they named it alter Doe from Army. We play them next season and we don't plan to call any buildings after Ulanchard." . . . .\\'hv not? The boys all say that when you tackle Doc it feels like hiting a brick house. game of lacrosse back to the Indians this year. 'Vic Starzcnski, former Renssclnor coach, is taking steps to introduce the game at the Albuquerque, N. M., Indian school . . . When ho hard that Elroy Hirsch finally has admited signing wilh John Keeshin's Chicago Rockets, the football Giants' Jack Mara commented: "He'.U be awfully lonely out there in Soldiers Field at night." . . . The Boston Braves owners arc reported to be thinking seriously about puling a weather proof canopy over their' ball park . . . Ben Carncvalo, retiring North Carolina basketbal coach, has become so adepl on Ihi golf course that the only persoi in Chapel Hill who can beat hin is Mrs. Kslelle Lawson Page. What's That Again? Extract from a Long Island Uni versity handout: "The former Lii brothers, Howie and Lenny Rader Monday Matinee They're giving the old Indian BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 Heating Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. 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 H. PILKINTON Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN 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. Woman Basketball Player Returns to Court at 40 St. Joseph, Mo., March 25 —(/P)— Wrs. Alvs Allen Amoneno says she once played basketball against a 'grandmother from Columbus, Ohio," back in the 1902's. So Mrs. Amoneno of Pittsburg, Cas.,. came back to the women's lational A.A.U. tournament this /ear at an admitted age of 40 'ears, and after an absence of 7 seasons from the court, just o prove to herself that she is qually durable. Mrs. Amoneno, mother of a 12- 'ear-old son who has a scoring yerage of 17 points a game in us grade school league, didn't n-ing her Jay-hawkettes through to 'ictory as the tournament opened yesterday, but she did play the ntire 32 minutes and scored seven '°j n 's in losing to the Des IMoines LI.B.S., 14-50. •• The only seeded teams in the ournament's spending program ad- ;anced easily. The Nashville, enn., Goldblumes, seeking a third vill return to Liu next term but nay not be eligible for basketball ompelition because both played in everal professional games-,-after, hey joined the army.'.' •?-'•' End of the Line After three Louisiana Stale caches were hurt when their car truck a dead mule 'and turned over, one of them, Red Swanson received a letter from a Missouri ""» saying: "If it had been a good Missouri mule, sir, you would never left left the road " . . . And with white mule they'd never even touch the road. FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize in REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, all General Motors Cars Phone 202 4th and Washington EY TO LEND Easy Terms Home Institution..... See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Sayings & Loan Association 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. Harel A Complete Line of ... " CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS PUT ON Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic OPEN ON SUNDAY i 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 Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 214 Eaut 3rd 8t, PHONE 613 R«palr«— rage Ffve consecutive title, beat the Morris, Okla., Merchants, 59-6, while the second-seeded Little Rock, Ark,, Dr. Peppers topped the St. Joseph Welders, 02-15. Taxi Driver Who Found Fortune Gets Big Reward New York, March 23- —(UP) — Max Rosenberg, the taxi driver who last week was rewarded $10 for returning to their owner $22,500 worth of jewels ho found in his cab learned cloday that honesty does pay. The insurance company which had insured the property « S i ?n ncso £" c ? Rosenberg with a $1,200 check. The owner, who at first rewarded him with only a $10 bill, changed her mind and added a pearl necklace and earrings to the reward. DIGGING AT YOUR SCALP WONT HELP Get real help for dry itchy scalp with Morolino Hair Tonic. Aids natural oils, helps remove, loose dandruff MOROLINE HAIR TONIC FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main FOR SALE ALL STEEL Incinerators .. $2.00 McRAE IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 745 NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. Bu /' M? 11 * and Exc hange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on' All WASHING MACHINES Pnone 209 304 East 2nd Loe 7 s Tourist Cafe-Court T- ^ Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Flsh • Sandwiches »Soft Drtnki NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 Weit Expert Repair Work On all makes of car* Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 Alteration* Preited While You Walt "FT Personal Stationery Pastel Colors ! A Complete line [ Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply • Real Estate a If you are in the market to buy or sell Farmland 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 from (elected {locks. Haidy, fan* growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY CQ. 4th and La. St» Phonp 25 I k'

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