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J.G cviwBiNiLi TMBVPIDNTiSIRi ruis' HH NEVER CAME BACK j SO MOUV pOAK KEPT THE TOr'WECAtLEP TONI UA RU6 -BUT WHOSE RBAU NAWE MU*T BE- 6VA 6M66I N1«HT IWAS TOUD TO EOW ONE OP r.. THEM ,TO-A CERTAIN POINT WHBRB A .. MAN WAS TO MEET US AND TAKfi THE CHILD./: THAT'S RISKV, T BAH! THEY'D MaLV..5WITCHW' \HAEDLYS6EN AN 1 TH'BABY THEY VALK JUST TO KEEP LEPT HERE'2 TH' ONE THAT IS. / YEARS ASO™ \£s£ TROUBLE ^THEVU. NEVER KNOW TH' DIFFRENCe! .„. IN!THIS ISOLATED EMPLOYER'S 'SURLY WIFE LOOKED AF-TER TWO: SMALL : SIEL^/ WHOM I TOOK TO BE, ORPHANS... NOW FROM NEWS PH ^AsVA ...VJMSM I RETURNED I OVERHEARD THEDOA14S TALKING..*" YOU'RE A SAME LITTLE TYKE. $\S STARTINS'OUT TOA NEW HOM^ THEY'LL BE NICER TOMETHANMIZ TX»K ....I BET. AN 1 LOOK! TONI GIVE ME HER POLLIE ! QUICK SLAlJCE'ATHIS LISTENERS : TELLS MR. DOWIS THAT H6 " PUAYSD HIS Rae.WEU...... HOW 1$ THAT MOORING MAN HOLPING-' UP A6AlN$T THE MNPjBLlNKIE? WAS-DISCING' IN AND I FOUND TH STUFF/ ELBOW WE'LL LATER/ Con HU. Will Dl.dc, VKhMiu. ' ; !" Oi-trfNufi H 1 King Ptitutci Syndinlf "... TO INSURE VOUR ACJRIVAL \ N ...AT ABOUT IO.OOO &C.... NOW WHERE DID OOP SET TO? ...I'M RI6HT HERETDOC, ALL SET AN' BEADV FOR AMVTHIKiG. RHAPS IT WASM'T CAUTIOUS\ IN ATLAWTIS BEPORE ITS TIME- , DESTRUCTION... BUT THIS CALCULATiOM... 7 TIME I'LL LAMP YOU THERE AREA-SELECTOR 50OO VEAR5 LATER... COULP HAVE' PUT US IM ICELAND - BY MISTAKE H,H/UVM/ GETTIklG HUWGRY COULD L L1EXH TOU VARMINTS 'StJEA.K. AROUND OUR, HOUVW LI11LE &E/KV HANS TO GET fe C5RDVJIK)' &EEF-' CLAUS TOO EARLY EASTER BartNJY Friday, April 5, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE,' ARKANSAS CLASS/FIEO Page Fiva . A., «, 1 Be In Offl <* Day Before Publication • All Want Ada Cash In Advance '• Not Tak,n Over the Phone . . . Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only THE MO *E YOU TELI, THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale Y| COTTON PLANTING SEED •' nrst year from breeder. Gormi- • nntlqn 90 per cent. Soo T. S Me- _£HX!H: JB-tf PLENTY OF HIGH QUALITY ' fiotyn Chicks - A11 ''envy breeds. $12.00 per 100 or 13c each in . lessor nmotinls. Feeders Supply Co. Phone 25. i.iii FORDSON TRACToE TANDEN disc, riding Avory cultivator, Harrow, rubber tired wagon. Sec H. Kart Weeks, Emmet. 1-Gt 6 WEEKS OLD POLAND CHINA ^.pigs. Phono 9-F-4. ].fii sow AND o "picsTsEE wTiT ."Rugglcs or phone 31-J-4. 2-3t 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 3!5G. 2-6t HARDVVICK~TABLE~TOP GAS i..,range, prcwor, like new $70.00. 'One 5 radiance Heater $10.00 See ./._ at. Emmet. Mercantile Company. . ' . 9-3t 1 . BED AND MATTRESS, I c stt-oller flncl practically new baby ;'• buggy. Mrs. L. R. Mattison, 423 , •j-Nprtli Elm. 2-31 | JPREWAH LIVING ROOM AND ; bedroom gas heaters. Phone | '.J£*-______ _2Jit j WARDROBE CLOTHES CLOSET, 1 'practically new, double mirrored . . ddors, Ixirgain. Sec at 519 South <$ , Pino street. Phone 798-.I. . 2-3t irniERS. LARGE "TYPE" SEE \ Mrs. Clyde Sanders on Lewis' villc highway. . . 3.31 2V4 BY 31/1 SOLAR ENLARGETl! - Practically new. Call 763-J. 410 .North McRae Street. 3-31 NUMBER- 4 UNDERWOOD~TYP¥- • writer. Bargain for cash. J. W. . Cash. Phone 245. 523 North Elm ' Street. 3.31 .-\ .BLUE LEATHERETTE BABY •' buggy. Rubber tires. Practically new, reasonably priced. Call 743-W. g.gt TWO NEW ROCKERS. REPIN- isliecl bedroom suite.- New springs and Inncrspring mattress. Tom ., .Carrel. 11J West 3rd .St. 3-Gt 1 SET PLUMBERS TOOLS, SEV eral ^uscd screen doors, several - 'JTOaijsflncl feet used lumber, new \vood--plnster lathe, one. 2'^-'HP gasoline,engine, soil pipe'ririd, fit, • tings, V4, hich: galvanized. ..\yaiei) 'V ! pipe, two-''-ne>v %a.tf?'r»i. l: 'clo$g?S| .. used brick, 1 new-ipiqfltefte.^abj ^inet. C. D. MutferbSCIiV'-SouUi, ' Walnut Street. " ' F'ROSTED^pAK- 9 PIECgi' DINING . room-\suife, baby--tfedjvand m'at- •Jti'cs^i J23, Soulh.;AVashirigton. 4-3t f EGI.?TERED POLLED ^HlEl*M forcl "btflls, 14 to 18 nabntHs'Tjmj ^Prices reasonable,.- Aff. of godd uTpnr]in£f' r ~TVitt'^rKnlro"'vnii m'Aiimr Jin a registered or commercial I herd. M. S. Bates. 5-Bl ^pportunities Offered HOME AND"~AUTO ' SUP.PLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise iivallauic 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 ,lViy home for use of pianp. W. O, Beene, phone 1054. '•-'' • . 2-31 Lost PINK GOLD WEST- watch, black cord band lost Monday afternoon. Reward -Mrs. R. M. Rogers. 2-31 ZIPPER BILLFOLD WITH DIS- .charge emblem, important papers, Return to 505 West 3rd Street. Prescott, Ark. Robert H. . Parks Sl/C. 4-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- lure, one .piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone __ __ WILL PAY CASH FOR 1937r ; 3tl '39 Chevrolet or Ford. Phone 10H-W or show at 323 North Hamilton nfler (i p.m. 5-GI Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better 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- tian blinds. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Company, 1123 County Avenue, Texarkana, Arkansas. 2-3t LEAVING FOR CALIFORNIA, April 15, can carry two, must be able to drive. References exchanged. Phone 22-F-13. 3-3t Losr or Strayed TWO , JERSEYS, TWO WHITE face', one black and one Red Polled cows. Reward for information or return to Floyd Lnngslon Hope, Route 3. 2-3t Real Estate for Sale BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 50x145 FEET in new colored Shover Village Addition .Hist oust Ycrgor High School. Buy now, choice lots available. Cash or terms. Foster- Kills, 108 East Second. Phone 221. 4 ROOM COTTAGE BARN, GAR- age, Three Acres land close in. NEW BUSINESS HOUSE LIVING quarters, servant house all modern. 5 ROOM HOUSE TWO ACRES land Store and Slock, Warehouse on Highway. NICE BUILDING LOTS WEST OF Courthouse. 160 ACRES BO ACRES RICH BLACK land, 80 Rich dirt land. 1G ACRES SMALL HOUSE ON Highway. 160 GOOD SAND LAND FARM well improved. BUSINESS LOTS ON WEST THIRD street, Highway 67. TO.R'E AND STOCK WEST THIRD i Street. C. B. Tyler Real Estate Broker 119 Cotton Row. l-6t jMUST SELL ON ACCOUNT OF health Jim Whit-ton farm, 160 acres, Nevada county, Hope-Rosston highway. Oil share reserved. Makp offer. Annie V. Ernst, 7104 Wabash, Kansas City 5, Mo. 2-31 DO YOU NEED $1000 $2000 $3000 to close your deal? See C. B. Tyler, Real Estate Mortgage Loans 119 Cotton Row. 3-3t 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 FOSTER-ELLIS 402 SOUTH FULTON, SIX-ROOM house, good condition, corner lot 75 x 150 1'oct, priced 1o sell. WEST FOURTH STREET, NICE lot, 50x150 feet, bargain. 223 - WEST AVENUE C, TWO- story 7 room residence, newly papered and painted, 100x150 foot corner lot, two blocks from business district. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL LOT, 85-foot frontage, 155-foot depth, in excellent residential district, abstract furnished. CORNER ELM AND EAST SEV- enth, large residence, 75x150 foot lot and three 50x150 residential lots in rear. IN PHILLIPS ADDITION, COR- ner residential lot, 50.x 1HO feel See, us before you buy. 108 East. Second, phone 221. 4-31 MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE, two 3 room apartment on West 4lh Street. Northwest comer of courthouse square, GO by 180 foot lot. See W. M. Ramsey, 994 West 5th Street. 5-31 NEW MODERN GROCERY AND market. Close in. Clean stock, new fixtures, small rent, roomy parking space. Priced to sell. C. B. Tyler. 5-61 20 ACRE GOOD PASTURE, RUN^ ning water year round. Shover Springs, Mrs. Willie Beckworth. _ 5-31 NEW FIVE ROOM HOUSETcOR- ner lot, near Fair park. Immediate possession. $3250. See Rilcy Lewallon. ' 5.31 80 ACRES LAND NEAR SHOVER Springs, modern 6 room house, gas. running water, liirhls available. $4800. Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN . PATMQS,AKK. ADVENTURES IN SPACE: The Story of Radar No. 5s Radio Turns Defective . *^|. W&. £>. ..\ . k^* •- t „. •. .t BY DAVID DIETZ "tttmf Kototl Solfncc Writer; Autlinr of "Atomic ' toner By In tlio Coming Urn." Klc. (Written /or NEA- Service) "'** (l)-Two scientists working at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington in 1922 detected—with 7'adio waves—the presence of a small wooden vessel steaming up the Potomac River some distance away. The scientists were Dr. A. Hoy I Taylor and Leo C. Young. Their experiment was an important milestone in the study and development of radio detection. (2) Next, Dr. Taylor and Young sug- gested that two destroyer's, traveling . miles apart on a mission of tracking down the enemy, could ke'e'p a continuous strean>i(Of radio waves flowing between them.-; If an enemy vessel passed anywhere between the two destroyers they could become "immedi- ately.aware" of the fact: and'take action in tracking it down and sinking.it. This could be donb, the scientists, added, "irrespective-95 fog, darkness or smoke screen" gg. . ' j. (3) Eight wars .later, the Navy De- * partment ordered- Dr. Taylor's laboratory "to investigate the use of radio to detect the presence' of enemy vessels and aircraft." Two Widely distant Sta-- tions were 'set up. One station sent messages to the other, one wave traveling along the ground and .the .other through the air. The two waves kept in perfect time with-each other until an airplane or similar object crossed their path. When this happened the- ground and air waves Were.thrown out of,tune with each Other, like the disdord of a singer -when he "flats" a note. . (4) While experiments with radio, detection were in progress, United States Army Signal Corps scientists •were experimenting with ' heat waves,' t Heat waves, like light and radio, are i also considered a form of ;electrorhag- » ifetic waves. Like radio waves, they f can penetrate clouds and "fog, iarid can • be pickdd up by "thermocouple's" so i sensitive that they can detect the pres- > .ence of stars billions of miles -away. . They detected heat waves from the engines of airplanes, blimps- and ocean _; liners in New York harbor, ^fhe-.ther- t mocouples generate weak electric..cur. rents registered on sensitive'-, Ittsttu-.; 1 fhents. • ••• • "' MONDAY; Radar does 'to'WQT.".•" Mexican Ball Czar Is Rich, ROUNDUP If Ittrt I Pilkrtw, JT. .1 ,' »*—' Mexico City. April 5 — Iff") — A silk-shirted millionaire, still young enough to play baseball occasionally himself, is the driving force behind the Mexican league. He is 38-year-old Jorge Pasquel, handsome and muslachibed, who can play every position "except first.] base which 1 don't like because it is loo easy." Pasciuol. one of seven children of a wcll-lo-do businessman at Vera Crux where boys learn "el beisbol" before they learn to ride horseback, is president both of the league and of the Vera Cruz club with which he occasionally works out. He is assisted by his four brothers, Bernardo, Gerardo, Alfonso and Mario, the youngest at 23. Mario was graduated from the University of Mexico law school last year.. They have three sisters, all fans. After Jorge and his brothers took over 'his father's importing and exporting business and moved to Mexico City, he was too busy to devote much time to baseball, but he followed activities of the Mexican League, then an amateur organization. " " His chance came in 1940, when internal strife developed and he took over part of the le'ague as president. He won the-, war' between his "league" and the other by the simple-{expedient of buying Delta Park, Mexico City's only Female Help Wanted EXPERIENCED WAIT RESS wanted. Diamond Cafe. Phone 822. t 3-tf Services Offered New York, April 5 —(/P)— James J. Johnston, 'who was talking his way out of trouble a week ago because his light-heavyweight, Archie Moore, failed to show up for a fight in Baltimore, is now turning loose one of his best verbal blasts because Gus Lesnevich is inking the 175-pound title to Londoji instead of risking it against''"Moore. .Could it be that the venetable vandal has let himself be trapped by the double talk habit tha^ J prevails in the best boxing circles?, . . Steve Juzwik, former Notre" Dame, Great Lakes and fleet city back who has signed with the Buffalo all America conference Bisons, is getting in some spring training by putting a new roof on his parents' home in Chicago. Wonder raised it? who ent Time Marches On Dept." ' The Atlanta Crackers will pres- t the 1942 spalding trophy to first baseman Jimmy Blair on April 14 . . Blair, won it four years ago as the leading first-year batter in organized baseball. . . Before it could be presented, Jimmy went away to the Pacific wars^and was only discharged last fall. . So When rookie of 1942 will be hailed as- a returned Veteran. One-MinUte. Sports Page Bob Pastor, former heavyweight contender, opens a sporting goods shop in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., today Harry Postove, former sports scribe, is business manager of the Cubs' Shelby, N: C., »iub in the tri-state league. , . His kid brother, Lee, is bidding for a pitching job with Scranton, Pa., of the eastern league after coming through five major battles and two wounds as a member of the 45th Infantry Division. During the winter they must have their own po-stove league. No Flies on Her George Harvey, Penn .State's wartime track coach and the champion fly fisherman of'Centre county, has revived his fly casting classes and numbers several comely ;cp-eds among his pupils. . . During the winter George says he tied about 1200 or 1500 trout flies and his four-year-old daughter tied a in a Week the new season opens, the. star 'daughter. couple hundred more, with) the -co-eds,. we'll To heck take the Herbert and KeiserLead at Atlanta EXPERIENCED S T A V V uj.'' nook-keepers will keep your books lor only $1 per week. Mail cord today for information on this nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Weck Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana. 19-1m REGISTERED SPENCER COR- seticre, individually designed corsets, brassiers, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs Ruth Dozier, 318 North Elm St. Hope, Ark. Phone 144-J. 20-1m LAWN MOWERS" REPAIRED" see (Oscar) T. B. Fenwick, 1015 West Avenue B. Phone 195-W 2-3t Wonted to Rent WANTED. TWO ROOM FURNISH- ed apartment. Couple only. Phone 842. Mrs. Frank I. Shiver 4-Ct Wanted 1000 CUSTOMERS TO RAISE high-quality chicks. Hope Feed Co - 30-Gt For Rent ROOM Fo RENT TO WORKING girl. Phone 383-R after G p.m 2-31 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER like new. Phone 717-R. 2-3t BEDROOM WITH KITCHEN~PnT- vilegcs to couple only. Apply 217 _West 13th Street. ' 4-Gt ROOM FOR RENT "TO BUSll^isS couple, with breakfast. Phone 33. . SEE US FOR •. . . Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-West Lumber Co, Hozel qnd By HAROLD FOREMAN ', Augusta, Ga., April 5 —'(UP) — Two ox-servicemen, Chick Hai-bert of Detroit and Herman Keiser of Akron, O., teed off two strokes ahead -or the field in the second- round ot the $10,000 Masters'' golf tournament today as some of the nation's super shot-maker? found out what a really tough course can do to their sub-par games;--- ..... Harbert and Reiser, bo'tlT' with fi9s for yesterday's opening' round, were two of only five players in the star-studded field to crack ; 'ppr 72 on the tough Augusta National Course. The combination of tricky greens find a blustering wind which, -milled long wood shots off center i'raised havoc with mnny of the . 4§thous shoters as Ben Hogan and~Sftipmy Snoad came in with 74s and'.Ilmmv Demaret and Sammy ByttN \vitn~ 7ilS. '.^r •"','• "i But as usual, Byron Nelson,, the favorite to win the $2,5QQ'-. .'first prize, was in good .' position r to slage one of his celebrated rallies. Nelson, a $66,000 winner last year, shot steady golf despite a jfisore wrist to post a- 35-37—72 for.a.^ixth- place tie with three other laros. Their sparkling play marked the SBth and 59th times 70 has been broken during the 1,820 rounds that have played in the traditionally tough Masters' tournament. The three other pros who broke oar, tying at 71, were - Freddy Haas, Jr., New Orleans; Toney Ppniia, Cincinnati, and Vic Ghez of Knoxville. The other leaders: :72— Johnny Bulla, Jimmy Thompson ,Los Byron Nelson, Toledo, Carey Middlecoff • Memphis, Tenn. 73— George Schneiter, Sa^t Lake City, Utah, and Jim Turnesa, White Plains, N. Y. i- 74— Herman Barron, k... While Plains, N. Y.; Ben Hogan, Her- she.v, Pa.; Chandler Harpecv Portsmouth, Va.; Lawson Little, Monterey, Calif.; Sam Snea'd,- Hot Springs, Va.; Clayton Heafner. Charlotte, N. C.; Ky Laffgon, Orlando, Fla., and Jim Ferrjja, Chicago. ; 75 — Jim Foulis, La Grange. 111.; place to play, The • rival : faction ioldcd. - . •...r$- 1 ^, Pasquel formerly 'w.ajfi 'married to Titina Calles, dauihitor of the late President Plutarco Elias Calles. He is a personal- friend of the present president, Manuel Avila Camacho. In addition to his customs agency, Don Jorge has ranching, real estate, banking and other interests. some of them in partnership will) an old schoolmate back m Vera Crux, Miguel Aleman, administration candidate for president in next July's election, "My hubby is hunting," said the clapper diamond mogul. "No not hunting ball players —they come without that. Hunting deer; Baseball is not my hobby but my pride •and joy." A picture of Aleman, one pf two baseballs and a hunting trophy or two are always to be seenijai" Pasquel's luxurious offices,, which have been described as "h'arder to enter than those of the nation's president." Pasquel doesn't sraofee, and doesn't like for visitors- to smoke," 2|5-to-l Shot ins English echase By TOM. WILLIAMS Aintree, England; April 5 — (!?}— Lovely Cotage, a 25-1 shot bought ..by hi^ present owner in December and ridden by an amateur, today won fhe 103rd running of the Grnd National Sbeer^echase with a strentch rush that swept him past the faltering favorite, Prince Resent. • Before what was probably the greatest crowd ever to witness a horse race — estimated by police at 400,000 — M. Morant's nine-year old gelding came on to finish four I lengths in front of the 100-1 shot, |L. S. Elwell's Jack Finlay, as the 3-1 choice, Prince Regent, weakened and wound up third. Only six of the 34 starters finished the world's toughest test of horses — 4 miles, 856 yards of rough jumps in two circuit's of the ancient Aintree course which had been used, as a depot for'Unit- ed States army jeeps: during the war. . ..'•'...?.. Bob ;Hamtilon, Chicago; E J "Dutch" Harrison, Little Rock Ark.; Jimmy Demaret .Houston lex.; Bobby Jones, Atlanta; Sammy Byrd, Detroit, and Harold "Jug" McSpaden, Sanford, Me, Chicago; Ajigeles: Q& .and (aMrteur), 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 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. 578R FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main FOR SALE ALL. STEEU Incinerators,. $2.00 McM| IMPLEMENT GQ. • Phone 745 By The Associated Press The Southern Association training season goes into its final week today and-most of the clubs have settled down to their starting lineups for exhibition games. Yesterday three loop teams dropp°d exhibition games while two others took hard-fought victories. The Litle Rock Travelers, paced by Joe Bauman's four bagger with one aboard, rapped out nine hits for eight runs to defeat Texarkana, 8-4. Mistelle and Mekules held the Arkansans to seven hits but got poor support ffom, their r teammates, who misciied five times. First Baseman Bob Reid came through with/a Texas leaguer with two on in the ninth to give ' the Birmingham Barons two runs and a 7-6 victory over the Columbus Red Birds. " '.. Mobile's Bears could get only two hits, but were able to assay three runs — largely on Rochester errors ^- and lost to the Red Wings, 5-3. Bill Thomas, Mobile veteran, had difficulty only in the fifth when the winners bunched three hits for three runs. The Fort -Benning infantry school took nine hits and eight runs in six innings off Dick Haack, to trip the Nashville Vols, 8-3. ' The only other game found 'Chat- tanoga dropping its' seconij'-'ih a row to Jacksonville, 7-G,'-The'game was decided with two out in the ninth when Lookout Catcher Rufe Hooks dropped a third strike with the bas.es loaded. The Lookouts had broken a 5-all deadlock in their half of the inning. Bob Callan gave up only four hits to the Jacksonville nine in his six innings. Meanwhile,. Atlanta Manager Kiki Cuyler announced the purchase -pf West Hamner, the loop's best second sacker in 1945, from the Philadelphia Phillies. Hamner will play short, Cuyler said, replacing Roy Hartsfield. In Memphis Gene Lambert, a former serviceman, will take the mound today in an exhibition tilt against Minneapolis, the first of a three game series. The series will be followed by a similar set with Shreveport. 26 Convicts Are Paroled by the ' Aransas Board. Little -Rock, 'April-'4.—T, (#>)— The state parole board paroled 26 convicts, recommended^ 14 furloughs and rejected'about,40 other clemency' applications -at its meeting yesterday. No commutation of sentence was recommended; * ^o— : —1_^_" •• Wettest state : in^the ••,-United States is Louisip'h'a-. '-wH.h 55.11 inches an annual rainfall. 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 'LOOK' The Most Modern REPAIR SHOP IN HOPE Complete Auto Upholstering Washing & Greasing Now Open on SUNDAY ANTHONY'S Service Station Phone 1106 Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURi STORE 406 N. Hate) Phone 357 BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W : SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 >'.Heating Hope; Ark. Harry Segnar, Sr. 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.f4dO-'J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances Doug f*|TY Carl Bacon Vrfl II Jbnes ELECTRIC, CO. — 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- Bargalns in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 41 IS. Hazel Political" Announcements* The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to tHfct' action of the Democratic, primary elections this Sum-Jl mer: . Congress, 7th District i PAUL GEREN • .r JBRUCE BENNETT ; ^ 8th Judicial Circuit' For Prosecuting Attorney^ CHARLES W.HACKETT" __ JAMES H. PILKINTON f ill i Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector 31 -' TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD V McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE ! •For County Judge iFRED A. LUCK Tax Assessor C. COOK For Representative Post 1 GLEN-WALKER For Representative, Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR'. . COMPLETE LINE'OF ' OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Genfry Printing Co, Phone 241 Hope, Ark. Expert Repair Work On all make;; of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES \ ^COMPLETE V RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore : Auto Supply ' rj P ^1.-; «-,-r-s i •!» Lpe's Tourist I Cafe-Cburt Featuring >.. • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue ~ •Fish • Sandwiches «Soft Drink* NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private " Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe :: Glty Limits & Highway 67 West- Real Estate If yoifare in the'marfet 1 ' 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, botched right from selected I (looks. Hardy, fast, growers. Low price,' FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sts Phone 25 (i if SERVICE — QUALITY — VARIETY Now Is the time to get ready fon your Spring planting. We have a most complete line of Field and Garden Seeds, Insecticides and; Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Willhite Melon Seed , Dodge Onion Plants' Funks G Hybrid Corn;,,'"" „, , Germaco Hot Caps " Sinkers Dehnted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Sweet Corn, Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Serlcea Uespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "Wp APPRECIATE YOUR PIJSINESS" ' MONTS SEED STORE , The Legdlng Seed Store

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