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5 : ' i>is»es*^»<B*«-^B?ta^ / K*«ffiW*%¥;i««;j&K«^^^^ HOPE STAR, Blondie By Gh«ck Young I'M NOT GOING Yll WAIT .. TO WAIT UP^-j r URAR HIM AVIV/ i .r-w. i/- 1 r~ r—\ iX *• iHU-/^^ fillVI AW LONGER^ SCRATCHING - -^ \ ON THE >< ( DOOR, NOW It ^~-^ NOW, I'LL MAVE TO SIT UP AND WAIT FOR THE SILLY POOCH' WHERE CAN HE BE p Side Glances By Galbraith ,«4*AciA- COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. 5. PAT. OFF.. V-tf * 'MODEST Triutemurk lU'KHter? ty XT I '„'• 3 A S P S. Paurn "Hi™ E? _ £S ';'- "We won't pull it today if it will leave me with a sore ''I .,'.,.' mouth—I have too much on my mind to say to my husband tonight!" VT-^ v " r ^AV-As-AV- l~ I | Kf Nfwiff<"<"•• Wl/ / , r\ it "/ luid dreams about snakes all night!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ?unny Business by Hersnberger GOOD GRACIOUS / ARE you WEP.'THIS is WOMAM-HATING GOING JO SCHOOL DRESSED /WEEK./— I'M MAKING MVSELr A: UNATTRACTIVE AS POSSIBLE SO THE GIRLS WILL AVOID ME/ COME BACK. IN RDU2. PlPH ' , GOMMA SHAVe } YOUR. BEARD YEARS AMP ILL HELP / DOWW VO'J COUNT YOUR. J TWERP/ FOR A WHOLE GET OUT OF , CONTROL , SON / "So be can't hear the boys outside yell 'batter up'I" Thimble Theater / THE CAPSULE EQUAL TO BUSHELS SPINACH // VA BUSHELS) OF SPINACH") WASN'T IT ?? Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hocplc ', ? .< t • '// •% * r \ k^^^arj * TTT.'rr'TrrT-nrii 1 ;T.—— -.•* - - - — • _ •• ,^- — IH—-. //. \ HEROES - -i-i 4-4 ARE H APE-MOT 60RM «... ,, M r,«.«..«...«_ HCT VOLVVE 5OT 3ASOW W ^^01) HEPNesiG, MARTHrV YOU MTU THS MOOSE- /4SOOR 6te.-Llli.E- ' PROB/XBU/ A?>SUrAE?> T.'M IDL& -/OUR CHOICB THE PORCH FORtNMTURH OR PRETTV YOURSELF UP FOR- TRIP TO NEAREST LftRD-READER.- i& YOU iG ATRFMt-i OF TKOUGVAT TrAPO" MP\V SOL\J£ /\LLTHE PROS—c_ "" HOLD: ?T LIFT TM/XT RECONNERT£D PA\NiTEP2.=- PE, ARKANSAS Thtir9doy ><f Aptll 4, 1946 THESE TIRES OF MINE ARE NOT TOO GOOD, MR. FLINT. MAYBE THEY'LL SOMETHING UNFORTUNATE/ NOW THAT t REALIZE VAlX'0 WlB I DON'T BELIEVE X IN THAT CASE. SIR/ X IF WE DON'T A WORD OF IT ! I WILL GO NOW.. BUT \ HEAR WS I HAVC FOUND / SOMEWHERt THE REAL STORY, SUH.EYA ^w DAUGHTER! / EVA SASSO MAY BE IN / WAV ALWAYS NEED OF YOUR LOVIHS/ WONDER IF HE CARE! HOWEVER- / COULD HAVE MEN RI6HT! IN EVA'S ADDUCTION, r KNOW WHfRfl TODAV UNDCR'THE NAME OF TON I krr. WR.DOWB \ HE LEFT HER THOSE RR*f TWO I LA KUE-PERHAPS HERE IN NEW YORK NOT MV OWN CHILD *. THE KNAVERV OF m EMtWE WIFE WYEARSASO WOW/ LISTEN TO THAT BLOW— EVERYTHING'S NAILED D0WW BUT KEEP FINGEPS CEOS5ED TRIKE HOW'5 SNOWBALL TAKING- IT, THIS IS 0UP STUFF A R?LAI? BEAK CUB—HE'S ,t\OEE INTEP6STCP IN THIS CHOCOLATE, THAN THE WEATHEP/ CAU5HT BVA 9UPDEN ALASKAN BLIZZARD, SLI.W'S RESCUE PLANE IS GROUNDED ROCCINa SCORCHV AND THE OTSEKS TC> SEEK OME DOLLAR-ONE FIFTY ONE NIMETV--TWO ' AH, JUST RIGHT! RHINO'S > NUTS SOMETHING'S V AWFUL WRONG... » WE'VE 60T TO THEM & 0 I'S TWfc. ? W ll ?09 "2 l'^s:T' EGAD/ THAT'S f THI5 FIRE A KIICE FIRE/yfl ISN'T FOR M SORRY - SIR I'LL GO X\WD FORAGE THERE MUST BE SOMETHING It -4ROUHD HERE/ WHAT ARE rf OFTEA/J,^ EM ASSD Gus CONFESSED TKAT fe\ HE'D BE niGKTT \ UP GU5 A.^ '.OCKED Ur RISKED HER LIFE CLEAR. H.IS r^.M^E April 4, 1946 CLASS/FfED M 0 r» E STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS AH u, e In Offlde All Want Ads Cash In Advanc, SOc worn, Before Publication Not Takrn Over the Phone ,u month e word, minimum $1.70 ,,™,~ » Rntes are for c °n"nu°U8 Insertions Only THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale COTTON PLANTING SEED first your from breeder. Germination f)0 per cent. Sec T. S. Mc- 18-tf OF HIGH QUALITY «,9n n Chicks - A11 1'onvy breeds. $12.00 per 100 or 13u each in lesser amounts. Feeders Supply Co. Phone 25. j.gt TANT3EN "disc, riding Avery cultivator, .-Harrow, rubber tired wagon. See J-T. _Knrl Weeks. Emmet. 1 -Gt 0 WEEKS OLD POLAN~D~CHINA pigs. Phone 0-1M. i-ot \V AND~T~PIGS. SEE W~i" 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. Phone 350 2-(H HARDWICK TABLE TOP GAS range, prcwor, like new $70.00. One 5 radiance healer $10.00 See «t Emmet Mercantile Company. . 2-31 BABY BED AND MATTRESS", stroller 4ind practically new baby buggy. Mrs. L. R. Mattison, 423 North Elm. 2-3t PREWAR LIVING~~ROOM AND "Gdroom g.as heaters. Phone WARDROBE CLOTHES CLOSET", practically new, double mirrored doors, bargain. Sec at 519 South Pine street. Phone 798-J. 2-3t FRIERS. LARGE TYPE~ SEE Mrs. Clyde Sanders on Lcwis- ville highway. 3.31 AUTOMATIC RECORD PLAYER". in walnut cabinet, plays and changes ten 10-inch and ' 12-inch records. Phone 300. 3.31 2"A BY 3'/ 4 SOLAR ENLARGED. Practically new. Call 7G3-.I. 410 . North McRae SI reel. 3-31 NUMBER 4 UNDERWOOD TYPE- wriler. Bargain for cash. J. W, Cash. Phone 245. 523 North Elm Street. 3.31 BLUE LEATHERETTEBABY buggy. Rubber tires. Practically new, reasonably priced. Call 743-W. 3 . 6t TWO NEW ROCKERS. REFIN- ished bedroom suite. New springs and Inncrspring mattress. Tom _£arrel. Ill West 3rd St. 3-61 1 SET PLUMBERS TOOLS. SEV oral used screen doors, several thousand feet used lumber, new ; wood plaster lathe, one 2'£ HP : gasoline engine, soil pipe and fil- ;.tings, '/a inch galvanized water - pipe, two new water closels, •uso'd brick. 1 new medicine cab. inet. C. D. Laulerbach, South ^ Walnut Street, Phone !)00. 3-3t FROSTED OAK 9 PIKCE.DINING room suilc, baby bed .and mattress. 123 South Washington. 4-31 Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise available now for new Associate Stores. Write or wire. Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1, Texas. 19-2m Wanted WOULD LIKE TO HAVE PIANO to store in my home for use ot piano. W. O. Beene, phone 1054. 2-3t Lost LADIES' PINK GOLD WEST- field watch, black cord band lost Monday afternoon. Reward Mrs. R. M. Rogers, 2-31 ZIPPER BILLFOLD WITH Discharge emblem, important papers, Return to S05 West 3rd. Street. Prescott, Ark. Robert H. Parks Sl/C. 4-3( 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 Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FTJRNI- lurc, one piece or move. An\ nrnoUnt. What hnvc you? Phone Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE /or better furniture and boltoi bargains. Phone 470. 14-lm tF YOU NEED GRAVEL, SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery 15-lmo. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS and Venetian blinds, write Rilev Cooper, 1909 West 17th Street, Tcxai-knnn. Texas. ]5-2 m CUSTOM MADE METAL VENE- linn blinds. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Company, 1123 County Avenue, Texarkana, Arkansas. 2-3t LEAVING POR CALIFORNIA, April 15, can carry two, must be able to drive. References exchanged. Phone 22-F-13 3.31 Lost or Strayed TWO JERSEYS, TWO WHITE face, one black and one Red Polled cows. Reward for information or return to Floyd Langston Hope, Route 3. 2-31 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, Texarkana. 19-lm REGISTERED SPENCER COR- setiere, individually designed corsets, brassiors, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs Ruth Dozk-r, 318 North Elm SI Hope, Ark. Phono 144-J. 29-lm LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED see (Oscar) T. B. Fenwick, 1015 West Avenue B. Phone 193-W 2-31 beven ADVENTURES IN SPACE: The Story of Radar No. 4: The "Wireless Telephone*' BY DAVID DIETZ Science Writer; Author ot "Atomic nerey In the Coming Rra," Etc. (Written jor 7VE/1 Service) (1) You don't have to be more-than middle-aged to remember the scene which the artist has sketched here— an awed family in the early 1920's gathered about a crude "wireless telephone" set with its horn loudspeaker. The age of the family radio, and voice and music programs, began when an American scientist, Lee DeForest, in" vented the radio tube in 1907. This tube made it possible to shorten electromagnetic waves to a point where they could carry human conversation. Thus started the first transmission of messages over the wireless telephone, though electrical conditions in the atmosphere produced static disturbances that interfered with pure reception. (2) To get rid of static and to send the voice more clearly over greater distances, science made many improvements in radio tubes. With the new tubes, it was found that radio waves could be made shorter and shorter. And the shorter the waves, the more power they packed. These new tubes made •possible not only better transmission, because they could penetrate storms with less disturbance, but they also made possible many new devices such as artificial fever machines, television, and radio beacons and navigation instruments for aviators. (3) Two great pioneers of radio, Hertz and Marconi, had suggested that electromagnetic waves could be reflected back from objects. One of the most notable applications of this was the aviator's terrain clearance meter, or absolute altimeter. Aviators had determined the heights of their planes above ground by barometric pressure, but this was not always reliable. By sending radio waves to the ground or towards mountains, which might prove disastrous obstacles, they received back reflected beams. The time taken for these beams to return to their planes, divided by the speed they traveled, gave them the exact distances from these objects.'; ,' (4) While these developments were' taking place, aviation was making rapid strides. Airplanes were taking on more speed and were becoming deadly and dreaded weapons of war. With these advances, devices of defense in air warfare were being developed. One was a • means of detecting the approach of an,, enemy plane by means of sound re-- ceiving on amplification devices. Thes» '• were useful, however, only so long as ! planes traveled ' as slowly • as . sound. Soon airplanes surpassed sound in speed ' and the sound detection devices became i useless. TOMORROW: Radio Turns Selective.' Wonted fro Rent WANTED. TWO ROOM FURNISH- ed apartment. Couple only Phone 842. Mrs. Frank I. Shiver 4-Gt FOSTER-ELLIS •102 SOUTH FULTON, SIX-ROOM house, f>oocl condition, corner lot, 75 x 150 feel, priced to sell. WEST FOURTH STREET NICE lot, 50x150 feet, bargain. 222 WEST AVENUE C, TWO- slory 7 room residence, newly papered and painted. 100x15(1 fool corner lot, two blocks from business district. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL LOT, 85-fool frontage, 155-foot depth, in excellent residential district, abstract furnished. CORNER ELM AND EAST SEV- enth, large residence, 75x150 fool lot and Ihrcc 50x150 residential lots in rear. IN PHILLIPS ADDITION, COR- nor residential lot, 50x130 feet. Sec us before you buy. 108 East Second, phone 221. .1-31 SPORTS ROUNDUP -B? luk I FaDerlM. Jr.- New York, April 4 — Al the *)- Wanted 1000 CUSTOMERS TO RAISE high-quality chicks. Hope Feed Co - 30-Ot For Rent ROOM FOR RENT TO WORKING girl. Phone 983-R afler G p.m 2-3t UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER like new. Phone 717-R. 2-3t BEDROOM WITH KITCHEN PRI- yileges to couple only. Apply 217 We^t 13th Street. 4-6t ROOM' FOR RENT TO BUSINESS uple,. with breakfast. coupl 33. Phone 4-Gt Real Estate for Sale BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 50x145 FEET )n new colored Shover Village Addition just' east Yerger High School. Buy now, choice lots available. Cash or terms. Foster- Ellis, 108 East Second. Phone 221. M mo 4 ROOM COTTAGE BARN, GA'R"- age, Three Acres land close in. NEW BUSINESS HOUSE LIVING quarters, servant house all modern. 5 ROOM HOUSE TWO ACRES land Store and Stock, Warehouse on Highway. NICE BUILDING LOTS WEST OF Courthouse. 1GO ACRES BO ACRES RICH BLACK land, 80 Rich dirt land. 1C ACRES SMALL HOUSE ON Highway. 160 GpOD SAND LAND FARM well improved. BUSINESS LOTS ON WEST THIRD street, Highway 67. STO.RE AND STOCK WEST THIRD Street. C. B. Tyler Real Estale Broker 110 Cotton Row. 1-Gt MUST SELL ON ACCOUNT OF health Jim Whittcn farm, ICO acres, Nevada county, Hope-Rosston highway. Oil share reserved. Make offer. Annie V. Ernst 7104 Wabash, Kansas City 5, Mo. 2-3t DO YOU NEED S1000 $2000 $3000 to close your deal? See C. B Tyler, Real Estate Mortgage Loans 110 Cotton Row. 3-3t Female Help Wanted EXPERIENCED WAIT RESS wanted. Diamond Cafe. Phone 822. t 3-tf Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions ~ 16 to 70 Feet Cosh Every Week RUFUS PATMOS, ARK, Southern Has Practice Play Edge By The Associated Press Southern Association clubs won two and tied one of four exhibition contests with-outsiders yesterday. The Birmingham Barons plurged for 13 hits, including three homers, to wallop Keesler Field, 11-0, in seven innings at Biloxi, Miss. The four-base blows were knocked by Reed, Brands and Martin. At New Orleans, the Plicans squeezed n run in the last inning to down Ihe Minneapolis Millers, 2-1. New Orleans collected 12 hits while Pitchers George Turbevillo and "Trader" Horn held the Millers lo six. The Chattanooga lookouts started out like a lion but couldn't hold the pace in a game at Jacksonville, Fla., with the Jacksonville Sally League club. The Lookouts scored twice in the first inniii:: anc,l throe times in the third. Then Jacksonville went to work with a four-run third ining, and from that point marched to a 10-G victory. Little Rock's Travelers and Oklahoma Cily battled 11 innings to a 7-7 tie ;it Tyler, Texas. Lefly Bob Williams went nine innings for the Rocks, allosving (he Indians to knot the count in the hist of Ihe ninth. Both learns scored ngiiin in the lllh, after which the till was called so the Travelers could catch a train for Texarkana, where they meet Ihe Border Cily Bears tonight Cenlerfielder Leo Nonnonkamp and Third Baseman Bill Melzig each slapped oul four hits for the Rocks yesterday. The Mobile Boars and Atlanta Crackers have been strengthened with new players. Mobile received George Fallen, utility infielder, on a national defense waiver from the St. Louis Cardinals. The newcomer is expected to help steady Mobile in iicld work in a game today with Rochester at Biloi, Miss. Atlanta was fortified by the addition of Jim Carlin, who a few weeks ago was considered a probable starter at third base for Ihe Boston Braves. Manager Ki Ki Cuyler said he would use C.'arlin at first base in place of Rookie Pat Pelrino in a three-game series with the New York Yankees starling Friday. o ARMY DAY PROCLAIMED Lilllo Rock, April 3 —(UP) — Gov. Ben Laney has proclaimed Saturday, April 0, as "Army Day" in Arkansas. He described the army's need for cominui'd support as "never of greater importance of urgency." last checkup in minor league headquarters at Durham, N. C., 3,192 ball players had been reinstated to active service from the various inactive lists. . . Most of them canie ofl the national defense service list, following their discharges from the armed forces. . .Since there'll be | about 40 minor leagues in action Ihis season, requiring nearly 6,000 players, there still arc plenly of jobs for boys who can hit and field . . . Weary Buffalo sports writers already are suggesting thr.t the American Bowling Congress tourney should be trimmed down by eliminating booster teams or by holding qualifying events. . . Seem they're overlooking (1) That al- mosl any bowler can gel hot and cop some of the prize money and (2) The big attraction of the ABC jis that its a good excuse to get oul ' with the boys. Get the Hook Bill Daddiq, former Pitt end who will be playing coach of the Buffalo Bisons in the all America football conference next fall, is a topflight golfer according to the club's press dept. And no doubt Bill signed up with the A. A. in order to gel his slice. Sportsmention Anybody, want to bet that Eddie Arcaro won't have a terrific headache when ho rides in the Kentucky Derby May 4? ... Eddie, tied with Isaac Murphy and Earl Sande with three derby victories, will have his choice of the Main chance entries. So all he'll have to do will be pick his own winner. . . George Taliaferro, Indiana back last season who is getting his basci training at Camp Lee, Va., has had offers from several other colleges but plans to return to Indiana and Bo McMillin as soon as the army lets him. . . The only catcher who ever worked every inning of cvfry game for a whole season (despite those consecutive game r^ords) was Malachi Kitridge of Worcester, eastern lea'gue, in 1900. And ;ou'll have to take Ernie Lanigan's The league is paying fairly for its slayers. The boys who run the aaseball monopoly in the U. S. are «—rri bfcauso they pay starvation salaries to good men." in closing an interview, Pnsquel remarked that'"maybe I'll ask Happy Chandler if he wants a job aovvn here." word for that. The Janesville Club of the Wisconsin slate league has signed William Tell of Chicago. Suppose he's an apple knocker? Western Assn. to Open Season By The Associated Press Eight clubs, counting two newcomers, are training for the May 2 opening of the western association baseball season, the first since 1940 when Ft. Smith, Ark., nosed out iTopeka in a seven-game playoff for the championship. Five of the six teams that finished thiit year again are in the fold with Leavenworlh, Salina and SI. Joseph completing the league. Springfield, Mo., is the lone club of the pre-war circle to drop out. The Cardinal franchise was moved to St. Joseph when its ball park was sold. Six of the WA outfits have working agreements with the major league while Muskogoo, lone Oklahoma entrant, tinkers with the Dallas Texas League Rebels. Only the Topeka Owls will try it alone, and training camp leaks indicate that sympathy for the capital city crowd is wasted. • Joplin 'and Ft. Smith have solid deals with pre-war sponsors — the miners being tied to the Yankee chain and the Arkansans hooked to the Giants. Hulchinson, Leavcnworth, Salina and St. Joseph will draw from national league clubs — Leavenworlh from the growing Boston Braves' farm, Hutchinsoii from Iho Chicago Cubs, Ihe Millers from the Pliilly Nats and St. Joe from the Cardinals. 51 Tee Off at Atlanta Tourney Augusta, 17 Ga., April 4 — (ff) — Fifty-one of Ihe nation's tou professional and amateur golfers were ready to tec off todav in the lotn annual Master's tournament aiming at the $10,000 prize money and Ihe 279 record set by Ralph Guldahl in winning the 1939 event. The contestants, who wind up the P. G. A. winter tour here, faced a forecast of perfect weather with the G,800-yard national golf club course in prime condition. In yesterday's final warmup rounds, Sam Byrd, the ex-major league ball player from Detroit, turned in Hie best card, a scven- under par G5. I Ben Hogan, the little Hershey, Pa., pro established as the favorite lo win this year's tournament, which is being resumed after a three-year lapse, was further stamped as the number one contender when he brought the top price of $9,200 in the event at Cal- cula pool auction last night. Byron Nelson of Toledo, the winner here in 1937 and 1942, brought $7,900 and Sammy Snead of Hot Springs,'Va., was third, selling for $G,500. TOWNSHIP VOTES DRY El Dorado, April 3 — (UP) — Johnson township, in Union county and including the town of Urbana, voted dry in yesterday's local op"on election. The vote was 104 to U"i. SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-West Lumber Co, Hotel and Division YOUR MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY MEANS GOOD PAY IN THE REGULAR ARMY! Bugler ....... Decontamination Equipment Operator Operations, NCO . . . Commissary Steward . . Subsistence, NCO ... Supply Technician ... Utilities Technician . . . Mess Sergeant ..... Medical Supply Technician Parts Clcik, Armament . MOS Grades 803 6 399 814 819 820 821 822 824 825 848 5,4 4,3,2 4,3 4, 3 4,3,2 4, 3, 2 4,3 4,3,2 S,4 These arc but a few of the specialists needed in the post-war Regular Army. I) yciu held an Armv military occupational speciality (MOS), then here's good news. The War Department has just announced that men who were honorably discharged from the Army on or alter 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, clothinpj, education and travel. You will be given the complete details without any obligation at the U. S. Army Recruiting Station, 2)5 Post Office Bldg., Texarkana, Ark. MATTRESSES Remade Like New Guarantee to Use Same Cotton — All Work Guaranteed — Pick Up and Deliver Anywhere Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Hope, Rt. 2 Phone 34-J-2 Mexican Ball Head Offers 2-Million Be! By JERRY B. HANNIFN Mexico City, April 4 — (UP) — President Jorge Pasquel of the Muxiuun basebua league, deiinue- ly not a tin-horn gambler, fired back a last ball at his American critics today with an offer 10 bet $2,000,000 that his eight-learn circuit will play a full season tms year. Angered at big league owners in the United Slates who predict ,hat his Mexican loop will fold up, .Hasquel said ne would aeposu uie vyo million dollars in the National City Bank of New York City and uicti ;iny douuier — or group of doubters — could take the bet by making an equal deposit. Jorge, a non-smoKer who prac- .ically always wears an elegant smoKing jacket, then leaned back' in his swivel chair, looked around his stylish office and threw three quick curves: 1. He said he would sue Jean Pierre Roy, Brooklyn Dodger pitcher, for the $3,300 advanced nim when he signed a contract with Bernardo Pasquel, second oldest brother and league vice president, in Havana, Cuba. 2. He invited United States sports writers to come to Mexico — expenses paid — to see how baseball operates south of the border. 3. He announced the Mexican League still is looking for players "we plan to- contact -about a dozen more foreign players during the next four weeks." The senior Senor Pasquel, as fast with his words as he is with his dollars, emphasized that the house of Pasquel is not throwing away its money — despite, its financial listing of $60,001),OUO. "The Mexican League is paying the players what they're worth 1 want lo make it clear that the money paid out for players this year has not touched the league's effective reserves or the Pasquel family fortune," he said. "Anybody who thinks we are throwing money away is wrong The Netherlands lost 87,000 homes through bombings during the war. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICP. For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. 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. VANCEY, Singer Dist. P^one 578R FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize In REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, DeSoto, all General Motors Cars Phone 202 4th and Washington LOOK" The Most Modern REPAIR SHOP IN HOPE Complete Auto Upholstering Washing & Greasing Now Open on SUNDAY ANTHONY'S Service Station Phone 1106 Harry Segno 17Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances Doug f^lTV Carl Bacon wl I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 FOR SALE ALL STEEL Incinerators,, $2.00 McRAE IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 745 Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 6Q6 N. Hazel Phone 357 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD TRY Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made-too— We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service In town— Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hazel Political, Announcements The Star is authorised to announce the following* as candidates subject' ttT Ihe action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: ,, , Congress, 7th District PAUL GEREN'- ;•» ' BRUCE BENNETT 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN' j. w. (SON) JONES' CLAUDE H. BUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER • • For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK Tax Assessor, \, C. COOK . "•'. ' For Representative i Post 1 GLEN WALKER • For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. COMPLETE LINE OF, OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Go. Phone'241 Hope, '"' Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. • COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob' Elmore jtuto Supply Loe's Toiljr;j|t Cafe-CoSrt • Featuring • • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue " »Flsh : • Sandwiches »Soft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room : Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe, City Limits & Highway 67 tyest • Real Estate If yet/are in|he market to buy or selrFdrrri'Tand or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark, Arkansas Bank Building See U$ Foi BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected • (locks. Hardy, fast- growers, Low price, 1 FEEDERS SUPPLY CO, 4th and La. St» * Phone 25 I I 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 Wlllhlte Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants' *" ' Funks S Hybrid Co,cn ,"'* Sinkers Dellnted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Sweet Corn, t'riplt^Jeajr&jjl Kobe, Korean and Serlcea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "« "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" : MONTS SIED STORE The Leading Seed Store

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