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H O P E S T A R, HOPE, ARKANSAS • By Chick Young Tuesday, April 2, 1947 HAVEN T I \/ HE'S A BROKER SEEN ARCH GRADE) IN OUR BUILDING SOMEWHERE J> \ WRITE X. BEFORE ? / OCCASIONAL lETFER ENTERVAiN'tr^ "r MIS CLUB TONIGHT, DEAR- CAN THEY HAVE THE LIVING ROOM? OK GOODNESS.' I ROF33OT COOKIE MAS HER FRIENDS IN HERE/ WE'LL HAVE TO USE THE KITCHEN CONT WORRY DEAR ,. I'LL ALWAYS SEE TO IT '' THAT MDU GET A PLACE TO READ THAT CAR AWFULLY CLOSE (AND i wom EVER ASA^N, FATHER. ! AT wsJtT S(U\ KS;NNiM3 TO PE=L THAT I REALLY r-' H£EE...ANDirs WONOSGrUL! £~'y~~ THEEE'S A PERSON, A MR. ALWASORDO 1 : 4 DOWIS, WHO INSISTS ON SEEINS VOLII SIR...SAY5 IT'S VERY IMPORTANT TJ YOU! OWX. SOMETIMES \ YOU'LL SOON GET OVER THAT, AT NL-HT I WAKE UP \ HONEY... AFTER YOU CATCH UP ' SUDDENLY WITH THE ON ALL YOU'VE MISSED AS Side Glances HOKP1BLE THOUGHT ByGalbrqith A CHILD... THE CIRCUS, MOI»i:ST Tr.u!t'm.irk ReKUtercit U. S. I'attnt THAT IT CANT LAST.., CONEY ISLAND, TH- THAT SOMETHING MAY HAPPEN. 1 YEAH, THERE Me 6.. Kl PDWN BELOW, LOOKS * A UK£ HE'S HAVING TCOUSLE E GOT SCMETHING I 'GET OUT OF HERE ... IT'5 THE / toVV-IT'S 5TARTIN5 l TO .SNOW/ AIN'T HE COTE?...I'M CALLING- HIM SNOWBALL/ THE POOS LITTLE GUVS SC4REP STIFF/ WHEUE DIP SLIM \TH1S e WHEGE GET TO?..Hf WAS THEV BOTH HOT ON THE 7EAIL / ROLLED P0VVN OF THAT BEAK CUB/ aB&^v y.^^gtea. A " . COPS. 1 MS BY NETA SERVPCE, INC. T. M, Ka'tl. S."pAT. OFF "He can't hurt you, dear, if you jusi keep the veil tight around the face." _Tor heaven's sake, look at you—and you've been writ- for hvo years about how you missed my cooking! 7unny Business By Hershberger Freckles and His Friends By Blosser RISES, HE'S GUILTY OF LOOKING AT A GlRL IMG WOMAN-HATING WEEK / ^ M> M UIKL. ^ , -: ; • f m A, \5fei. ^ ,4fe « WHY,' A LOOK.' *JT WELL, YOU'LL HAVE TO ADMIT, IT WAS A TNATS COULD FINSEE. NICE TRY.' „ r. POSSIBLE// 6E A LEND OF IT TWO MINUTES/ SODA \ AMD FIND STRAW HE'S 1 OUT' BREATHING- THROUGH?- ATUAMTIS^00 > %S N f S&AVIH! ^*SM SHOULP BE 1 LIKE UI&HTNIMO ,. VVHATCHA GET OW THE VIEW- SCREEN? By GAPFEY, IT IS USHTNING^ AMP IT'S PAIWIM& PITCHFORKS AMP HAMMER- BRCR!v AiN'T KiPPlM'.' PANG NEAP ''Mass production flave us. the jdea! Thimble Theaer /YOU "MUST TRV ^ TO KEEP THE •7 FIGHT GOING, ( ALJNT JONES ANYTHING YOU CAN PO, DR. BUGGE?? \ \ V-\-U-t-S OS I PROM SPINACH Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople ft. HOURS LATER... -I'VE ALWAYS WANTED TO SEE I-10W A GREAT KNIGHT OPERATES/ SIR GAWAIKIE, I'M GOIMff ) f NO, BAH ALL THE WAV TO j---^- 1 JOVE/ SIR HUBBA-HUBBA/ HADW'T YOU BETTER BACK HOME? GOOD GAWSH.' / ITS WES AM' SUGAR..' GET TH' CAR. OUT—WE GOT '\ TO GET 'EM TO TH' HOSPlTAL- QUICK..' 51? OAKY, CAN I RIDE A FEW MILES WE FOUND TH' LOST WE / 5PA \ L00'< AT THESE -NU6GETS '{ PURE GOLD.' BUT WE CAIM'T LOCATE IT WE'RE OKAY- -WE COME BACK FEE SUPPLIES' "• OAKY I 'HAVE DECIDED TO ACCOMPAW XW 6/Xy.TER.'3UST , THOSE ^ KP\MIN^G A/VY /; TULIPS FROIWWE: KOOSUt RNER. ? E&YPTI^M LITTLE 3OKE MUMMY WOULD KMOVJ ^> PRftNiK- TK&&E BULBS ARE 6REE(vi\l STEM'S, TH006UT THESE , HOOPLE. J/GNIMS MES|7 V^OOLD BE TASTY { TU? OLD IAIMD MOST BE- J tTlAESE ON} THOSE WARM APRIL. COOL MUS H tn - HEH . eATCHB. IS MINE , 1 FO'DE-R •' ^^^t- April J, 1*47' H 0 P I S T A R, HOP I, ARKANSAS CLASSff/ED Publication Not Tak*n Over the Phone .,, ,., M " St Be !n Office All W.nt Adi Ca.h In Advance "™.,' * »/ ! !"2' "","!"""" JS' Slx • tlm., . . 11/3,. ward, minimum SOe On* month . I8e word/minimum SJ.70 Rates arc for Continuous Insertions Only 'THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale 'COTTON PLANTING SEED, . lirst yonr from breeder. Germination 90 per cent. Sec T. S Mc' Davllt ' • 18-tt ONE SMALL COOK STOVE, TWO 'healers, one cabinet, one safe one 22 rifle. See Earl Dowden, 815 West Oth Street, Hope, Ark. _. 20-31 ROUGH LUMBER. ALL SIZES and lengths. Moore Bros. Mkt. Phono 767'. . - - yj.^ 1033 V-8 FOUD COACH, MOTOR overhauled, fair tires. See at Earlie McWilliams, 3 miles out cm Pnlmos road. 28-31 SHOWER CABINET, COMPLETE" Phone 1125 between 8 a.m. and 5 P-'". 28-31 THREE ROOM HOUSE, FIVE! acres land' on highwnjr 07 east! near overpass. Owner will be here few days. See C. G. Cooper, next door to Old Melrosc church on Spring Hill road or write same Gen. Del. Camclen, Ark. 28-31 FRIERS FOR SALE, WEIGHT 2 Ibs. Price $1 each. See Mrs. Joe o, West Ave. B, 28-31 ONE LARGE ELECTRIC RE- frlgcralor, one pre-war 9 piece Frosted Oak dining room suite and two Radiant 'gas heaters. Can be seen Saturday or Sunday at 409 East Second Street. 28-31 TWO LATE MODEL SINGER machines, One Vendix B. Guaranteed. C. W. Yancoy, Singer Dist 513 South Walnut, Phone 57B-R. 28-01 5 ROOM HOUSE, MODERN KIT~- chen and bath on Prcscott-Ble- vins highway. Phone 807-F-14, Ralph Phillips. • 30-31 PLENTY OF HIGH QUALITY Baby Chicks. All heavy breeds. $12.00 per 100 or 13c each in lesser amounts. Feeders Supply Co. Phone 25. l-Ql FORDSON TRACTOR, TANDEN disc, riding Avcry cultivator, Harrow, rubber tired wagon. See H. Karl Weeks, Emmet. 1-Gl C WEEKS OLD POLAND CHINA pigs. Phone 9-F-2. 1-Gt ALL STEEL SHAW-WALER STOlT- age cabinet. Globe Warncke bookcases, light oak, slightly used. Duffle Hardware Co. l-3t SOW AND 0 PIGS. SEE W. B Ruggles or phone 31-J-4. 2-31 ONE NICE TABLETOP FIVE burner oil cook stove and nice round dining table. May be seen at Hope Feed Company 3rd and Louisiana streets. Phon'c 350. 2-Gt Real Estate for Sale SIX ROOM HOUSE ACROSS street from the Court House. See Floyd Porterfleld. 28-Gt ONE LOT AND WAREHOUSE, 50 ft. front by 175 .ft-, back. $30 month income. Would like to sell at once. $1100 cash. L. C. Turner, Phone 222 from 0 a.m. to 12 noon. 28-31 BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 50x1415 FEET in new colored Shover Village Addition just east Yerger High Sdhool. Buy now, choice lots available. Cash or terms. Foster- Ellis, 108'East Second. Phone 221. ^ 1-lmo 47 ACRES '$1500, 70 ACRES $2000. On pavement, electricity. Also 80 acres $800. Earl Schoolcy, Pnl- mos Lewisville Highway. 1-31 [ADVENTURES IN SPACE: The Story of Radar W , 1 i LJ_.^.^ . ->____ . ... . ' Page Fiva No. 2: Miracles of Sound Political Announcements MODERN SIX ROOM HOME, screened in back porch, garage. Mrs. M. E. Edgington, 505 South Walnut. KU 4 ROOM COTTAGE BARN, GAR- age, Three Acres land close in. NEW BUSINESS HOUSE LIVING quarters, servant house all modern. 5 ROOM HOUSE TWt> ACRES land Store and Stock, Warehouse on -Highway. NICE/BUILDING LOTS WEST OF Courthouse. 100 ACRES 80 ACRES RICH BLACK land, 80 Rich dirt land. 10 ACRES SMALL HOUSE ON Highway. 1GO GOOD SAND LAND FARM well improved. BUSINESS LOTS ON WEST THIRD slreet, Highway G7. STO.RE AND STOCK WEST THIRD Street. C. B. Tyler Real Estate Broker 119 Cotton Row. 1-Gt HARDWiCK TABLE TOP GAS range, prewar, like new $70.00. One 5 radiance healer $10.00 See fit Emmet Mercantile Company. 2-3t BABY BED AND MATTRESS, stroller -and practically new baby buggy. Mrs. L. R. Mattison, 423 North Elm. . • 2-31 PREWAR LIVING ROOM AND bedroom g.as heaters. Phone 717-R. . 2-31 WARDROBE CLOTHES CLOSEr", practically new, double mirrored doors, bargain. See at 519 South Pine street. Phone 798-J. 2-3t Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furnllure and beller bargains. Phone 470. 14-lm 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, Texarkana, Texas. 15-2m CUSTOM MADE METAL VENE- tirm blinds. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Company,' 1-123-Counly Avenue, Toxarkana, Arkansas. 2-3t Lost or Strayed TWO JERSEYS, TWO WHITE face, one black and one Red Polled cows. Reward for information or return to Floyd Lnngston Hope, Route 3. 2-31 JB.Y DAVID DIETZ ._ Solcnoe Writer; Author of "Atomic Eneruy In the Coming Era," Etc. (Written lor NEA Service) (1) Your uncomprehending ancestor, the caveman, was employing the basic principle of .radar when he shouted toward a cliff and heard his voice bound •back from it. For the underlying idea of radar is as old as mankind, in fact older. That idea is the echo. (2) Bats carry their own natural "radar equipment." That is why, in flight, they can perform flieir uncanny feats of dodging unseen obstacles. Harvard scientists have found that bats issue shrill sounds beyond the range of the human ear. Supersonic sounds, they're called. The bat's ear is tuned to their echo. The sounds were recorded with electrical apparatus by the Harvard stivants, who also discovered that the bats lost their dodging ability if their ears were bandaged. (3) As far back as 1920 scientists employed sound devices to map the ocean bottom. A bell was rung at the bottom of a ship. The echo 'was caught by a listening device. All 1 .that was neces- sary then was to note the lapse of time between the ringing of the bell and the return of the echo. Dividing this in half told how long it took the sound wave to reach the sea-bottom, Since sound travels in water at a rate of about 5000 feet per second, it is easy to calculate the distance. (The speed of sound differs with the medium and the temperature. The speed of sound in air is approximately only 1000 feet per second.) (4) Radar follows-the same principle as the depth-finder but employs radio waves instead of sound waves. This is 'where' the difficulty of radar begins. For unlike sound, a radio wave travels with the speed of light, namely 186,000" miles a second. Therefore radio waves cannot bo limed accurately by ordinary means. To gauge the distance of an incoming airplane, the radir has to indi>- cate lime intervals of the, order of a 50,000th of a'second. This, as we shall see later, can be done with the aid of the electronic device known as an lograph tube. ^TOMORROW: The Radio " Born..- ' " Iced tea is colder than the ice used to cool it, since the addilion of a solute lowers its freezing point. Services Offered EXPERIENCED S~T~A~]FF OF bookkeepers will keep your books for only $1 per week. Mail card today for information on this nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Wcek Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, .Texarkana. 19-lm New York, April 2 — (fP)— The'I Yankees are going to put a "ceil-1 land-of the Saratoga raceway has REGISTERED SPENCER COR- sclierc, individually designed corsets, brassiers, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Dozier, 318 North Elm St. Hope, Ark. Phono 144-J. 29-1 m LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED^ see (Oscar) T. B. Fcnwick, 1015 West Avenue B. Phone 195-W 2-31 For Sale or Trade MUST SELL ON ACCOUNT OF health Jim Whillen farm, ]GO acres, Nevada county, Hope-Ros- slon highway. Oil share reserved. Make offer. Annie V. Ernst, 7104 Wabash, Kansas City 5, Mo. 2-31 Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- lure, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. 11.1 m SECOND HAND SCALES, SMALL cah register and adding machine. Monls Seed Slore. 29-21 Help Wanted TWO EXPERIENCED COOKS, two experienced waitresses, must have health certificate. Telephone 1125 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 28-31 Lost COAL-BLACK MALE COCKER Spaniel, one year old. Strayed from vicinity of 005 South Elm St. Answers to name "Smokey". Phone 976. 36-31 LADIES' PINK GOLD WESt- field watch, black cord band lost Monday afternoon. Reward Mrs. R. M. Rogers. 2-3t 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 USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 'LOOK' The Most Modern REPAIR SHOP IN HOPE Complete Auto Upholstering Washing & Greasing Now Open on SUNDAY ANTHONY'S Service Station Phone 1106 Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. 1040 TWO-DOOR CHEVROLET, rndio, heater, 4 new tires, excellent condition. 305 South Elm, Phone 1024-W. 30-3t Wanted 1000 CUSTOMERS TO RAISE high-quality chicks. Hope Feed Co. 30-61 For Rent ROOM FOR RENT TO WORKING girl. Phone 983-R after G p.m. 2-3t UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO SER- viceman and family. Apply Sum HartsHold, 1008 West Ave. B. 30-31 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER, like new. Phone 717-R. 2-31 Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise {ivailauie now for new Associate Stores. Write or wire. Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1, Texas. 19-2m SPORTS ROUNDUP -IT Haoh 1 FiOertoi, Jr.- !ng" on their season sales of box seats, including membership in .heir very exclusive stadium club, pecause of the amazing demand 'or these expensive bits of pasteboard. . . A sound film is being nadc to illustrate high school :'oot- :>all rules — and another in basket- oall — thus doing away with the icccssity of finding athletes who can read. . . The guys along the Boxing beat figure Mike Jacobs has plenty of courage announcing his $100 price tag for Louis-Conn just a couple of days after Iho customers saw one ex-GI, Marty Servo, named a $1,500 race for 2:20 trotters the "Will Gahagan Memorial." He should .have picked a better race. . .When the San Francisco Seals made a movie of manager Lefty p'Doul's hitting classes, Sal Taormina was picked as an example of abatsman with a bad "hitch." . . So all Sal did was lead the club in training in virtually every hitting department. . . Jim Tatum's football coaching staff at Oklahoma U. includes Bud Wilkinson, Minnesota; Walt Driscoll, Colorado: Dutch Fehring, Purdue; make a dismal showing against-! George .Raman, North Carolina Rocky Graziano. . Columbus, O.. "" rl n; "'' ' r " rf '' T -""" ! *«"*!•« nnr Golfers are planning a national Caddy championship in August with scholarships at Ohio State U. as prizes. Off The Track Leon Fields, a railroad fireman, is quitting the rails to umpire in the Piedmont League this season. . . . Leon will find a lot of difference between flagging tracks and flagging out ball players. '" ' can't talk back. Trains One-Minute Sports Page Racing Secretary Frank Wood- and Dick Todd, Texas Aggies and Washington Redskins. The northeast and northwest feel slighted. The football Yankees likely will open training at Spokane, Wash., early in August. Which gives 'em about an even break with the base- bailers' trip to Panama. Short Delay When Coach Trevor Rees sent out a spring practice call to his Kent State U. (Ohio) football players, center Don Blinn sent his regrets. . "Am in Nuernberg," Blinn wired. "Can't make spring sessions, but count on me for fall." Spring Grid Game 7:30 Wednesday The Spring football game and demonstration of plays and formations will be held at the high school stadium Wednesday night. Coach Dildy announced that the demonstration of oil plays and formations would be explained starting at 7:30 and the regular game will begin at 8 o'clock. Admission will be 10 and 25 cents. A loud speaker system will be used to explain the plays. The band will participate. Conway County to Cover Cost of Double Primary Morrilton, April 2 —' WP)— The Conway county Democratic 'Com-_ riittee -yesterday increased 'filing fees a total .of $1,600 to' coyer the expense bf additional primaries 'for nomination to federal offices. The state law fixing separate primaries specified that additional costs be paid by counties, but most quorum courts have refused to appropriate necessary funds. Wanted WOULD LIKE TO HAVE PIANO to store in my home for use of piano. W. O. Scene, phone 1054 2-3t YOUR MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY MEANS GOOD PAY IN THE REGULAR ARMY! JOB MOS Grodcs Bugler 803 6 Decontamination Equipment Operator 809 5, 4 Operations, NCO . . . , 814 4,3,2 Commissary Steward . . . 819 4, 3 Subsistence, NCO .... 820 4, 3 Supply Technician . . . .821 4,3,2 Utilities Technician . . . 822 4,3, 2 Mess Sergeant 824 4,3 Medical Supply Technician 825 4, 3, 2 Parts Clerk, Armament . . 848 5,4 Those ore but a few of the specialists needed in the post-war Regular Army. If you hold an Army military occupational speciality (MOS), then here's good news. The War Department has j just announced that men who were honorably discharged from the Army on or after May 12, 1945, may now enlist in the Regular Army in their qualified specialties. You will receive a grade depending upon the length of time that you held your MOS. You must act before June 30, 1945, if you wish to take advantage of this opportunity. It means excellent training and experience in a skilled trade which will prepare you for a future career. It means security and good pay as well as the finest in food, clothing, education and travel. You will be given the complete details, without any obligation ot the U. S. Army Recruiting Station, 215 Post Office Bldg., Texarkana, Ark. 95 Golfers in Atlanta Tournament By CHICH HOSCH Augusta, Ga., April 2 — (fP) — Eight of the nation's top golfers were added to the entry list today of the $10,000 tenth annual Master's golf tournament, which opens here Thursday, raising the number invited to a record high of 95. Cliff Roberts, tournament chairman, listed the additions as Leland Gibson of Kansas City, George Schneiter of Salt Lake' City, Clayton Haefnor of Charlote, Rod Munday of Los Angeles, Al Zimmerman of Portland, Ore., Buck White of Chicago, Tommy Tailor of New York City, and Al Watrous of Detroit. The majority of the players expected to tee off in the 72-hole which' include Nelson, Smith, De- inaret, Guldahl, Craig Wood, Gene Sarazen, and Henry Picard are,entered this year. •. o Average Bet atOaklawn Reported $60 Lille Rock, Ark., April 2 — (UP)— A record high of $10,150,638, tor, more was than $60 for wagered at each the bet- Hot Springs race track during the '30- day spring meeting that closed Saturday. The state grossed $591,538 and Oaklawn Jockey Club collected $1,015,000, State vnissioner Otho Little Rock today. The total amount wagered by an official attendance of $168,936 represented an increase of $4,260,000 139, Ozone Park, L. I., stopped t"no Bar'-ar'n. 140, Mexico, (4). Stamford, Conn. — Juliuny Rice, 72, biaiTuura, Knocked oui Willis Barker, 176 1-2, New York, (1). Bergenfield, N. J. — Chester Rico, 139, New York, outpointed Victor Moreno, 140, Caracas, Ven., (10). Providence, R. I. — Charles (Cabey) Lewis, 129, New York, outpointed Joey Angelo, 135, Philadelphia, (10). Chicago —Johnny Rozina, 150, Milwaukee, outpointed Art Brown, 150, Chicago, (10). New Haven, Conn. — George La .Rover. 141. Philadelphia, ouinoint- ed Julie Kogan, 138, New Haven IDJ. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating • Phone 259 Hope. Ark. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. Revenue Com- A. Cuok said in event already are on hand perfect-lover the 1945 full meet. Atendance ing their shots over the carefully groomed, (i,800 yard course designed by the famous Bobby Jones. Byron Nelson of Toledo and Bon Hogan of Hershey, Pa., who finished in a 280 lie in the 1942 event, .„..„, „.,..„ . ^... last held uecause of the war, are i parimutuel percentpge generally recognized as the top contenders, but half a dozen other entrants are conceded excellent chances of winning. Nelson, who first won in 1937, beat Hogan in the 1942 playoff to become the event's second double winner, matching Hoi-ton Smith who won in 1934 and 1936. Yesterday, Nelson and Hogan teamed to beat Jones and PGA President 1 Ed Dudley. The best ball score was 60. Tournament Manager Fred Corcoran said that the score was the best he could recall for 18 holes on a championship course. Nelson had a 05, one over the course record, ;md Hogan carded a 66. The contestants went out today for their third day of formal practice sessions, and after a final increased 52,665. Cook said the stale's total take included the $500 license fee, its live per cent of the parimutuels, 50 per cent of the breaks, miscellaneous taxes, fines .and penalties. The . 'totaled $213,037 SEE US FOR . . , Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-West Lumber Co, Hozel and Division warnuip tomorrow will tee seeking to break the 279 set off by Ralph Guldahl in winning the 1939 event. The competitive course record of 04 was set by Lloyd Man- arum of Los Angeles in 1940, who finished second to Jimmie Demaret of Houston, Texas. All of the previous winners, $507,831, an increase of over the 1945 meet. The jockey club's 10 per cent from the parimutuels showed an increase of $426,075 over 1945. The state and the club each received $38,458 dollars from the breaks or odd cents, an increase of $15,7G2 over last year's breakage. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Baltimore — Joey Maxim, 186, Cleveland, outpointed Buddy Walker, 199, Columbus, 0., (10). Pitsburgh— Billy Fox, 167, Philadelphia, knocked out Ossie (Bulldog) Harris, 165, Pitsburgh, (10). Kansas City, Kas. — Roy Miller, 160, Kansas City, decisioned Ruben Shank, 161, Denver, (10). By United Press New York (St. Nicholas) Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE HOPE, ARKANSAS STREET IMPVT. DISTRICT NO. 11 AND ITS ANNEX NO. 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT The tax books for the collection of the special assessment on the real property in the above district and annex have been placed in my hands. -All owners of property lying within either the said district or annex are required by law to pay the assessment to me within thirty (30) days from this date. If such payment is not paid, action will be commenced at the end of that time for the collection of said assessment, and the legal penalties and costs. GIVEN Under my hand this 1st day of April. 1946. ELSIE WEISENBERGER, COLLECTOR NOTE: The above district and annex are the South Main Street Improvement District and Annex No. 1 thereto- and this refers to the payment that is due in April, 1946; and same may be paid to Elsie Weisenberger at the City Hall. April 1, 8, 15, 22 MATTRESSES Remade Like New Guarantee to Use Same Cotton • — AIT Work 'Guaranteed — Pick Up and Deliver Anywhere Bright Bros. Morrresk Co. Hope, Rt. 2 Phone 34-J-2 JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICF, For Prompt Expert 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 Jiminez, 138, Mexico City, Julio out- pointed Cleo Shuns, 138, Los Angeles, (10). Boston — Timothy (Buddy) Hayes, 127, Boston, outpointed Benny Maye, 122, Montreal, '10). Newark, N. J. — Pat Scanlon, 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. P^one 578R FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main FOR SALE ALL STEEL Incinerators.. $2.00 McRAE IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 745 .Persona.) PrjQp- erty Floater insurance gives you 'more protection for your personal property in you'r home and outside than you are able to get. in any other way. Roy Anderson INSURANCE Phone 810 21 OS. Main Hope The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: I Congress, 7th District PAUL GEREN :.., 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TIIiMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON .For County Clerk 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' 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 .TALBOT FEILD,,JR. • Another time for a motorist to worry about losing control of his car is when he's a couple bf installments behind. Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring • -Steaks • Fried -Chicken -• .Barbecue *Flsh • Sandwiches «Soft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for,Private Dining -Room Mr. and Mrs. >P. J. Loe City Limits A Highway 67 West ROGERS RADIO SERVICE ^ We specialize In all ~ kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. . DR. H. T. SHUUL VETERINARIAN In practice itvTexarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light .Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances Doug fMTV Carl Bacon ^1 I I Jones ELECTRiq C?0.| — for — , House ' Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 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-r- Bargains in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 41 IS. Hazel Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars * Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Real Estate Ifyou are in the ri toibuy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark, Arkansas Bank Building Sea Us Foi BABY CHICKS You'll like our quaU ity chicks, Batched right from selected I flocks. Hardy, fast- grower*. Low price,] FEEDERS SUPPLY CO, 4th and La. SU Phone 25 SERVICE -^ QUALITY — VARIETY - / "'' Nl ^..- : « x 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 Germaco Hot Caps Sinkers Delinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Sweet Corn, Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Serlcea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Spy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The Leading $0«d Sjtoff m I

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