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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, April 8, 1946 By Chick Young Ifhey took Libfay and me to a hotel room ITS NO USE, ?T OUR SHORT* HIPPO.FLINT'S] MEMORIED OUT COLD, y FRIEND IS ABOUT READY FOR A RE FRESHER - ls EVERY READY, NEEDLE? where Hippo proceeded to sweat me. \ CARD SAYS > BLtiEPOINT WANTS TO SEE YOU. WHY? WHAT DID VOU DO WITH THE CRUMBS FROM THE TABLECLOTH? THINK AGAIN; FLINT, AND DON'T FORGET WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR CAB DRIVER. WHOISTHISBLUEPOINT PERSON? WHAT HAS ME TO DO WITH THE LATE LAMENTED DICE? I N6VEK GAVE A MORE STIRBIN'- DEAR- THO I'VE TEC WE SHOULD KNOW SOON IF DOWIS IS 3U5T CRANK, SEEKING PU^LIClTV, MR. AH, ME. ..TOO X SWELL! KEEP SOBEg TILL PAD IT HAD TO \ TH' COP5 ACE THRU CHECK.1N BE FOB SUCH A UP. TIL SIT TI6HT AND -HOVTO YOU j\AKE OUT AT SASSOSj HOUSE* WAIT TO BE. FOUND WHEN UNTIU 00, I'D PREFER TO KEEP HIS 'STORY OUT OF THE PAPEftl ...BUT THEV ATE/ TH' STORV BREAKS J IT UP, TONI Side Glances By Golbraith ~"" t -s 1 \ain:\s Tr«il«marlt Registered U. S. rntenl Offlce YOU MEAN THIS <3EEEN STONE SLINKIE FOONB STHE KBAL IF ITS ANYTHING, 5CORCHY, I'M STAKING MY OAIM .-?& I CAN SEE. NOT SO RiST, X31J .HAT WHOLE AV3UNTAINj<3ur«...W£ HAV JAPE..-- ••.—•< TO-ggAT THIS BLIZ2AI2P TO SET OF. HEK£, WE ' CHECK YOUK 0IG STOW IFANP WHEN/ A» SLW'CHAWCE ATTEA1P75 TO GET SCOKHY ANP Trig OTHEE5 BACK TO NORTH STAR AIKWAVS BASE, THaR PLANE IS GROUNPEP BX A SUDDEN ARCTIC BLIZZAKP.-. A^EANWHILE, PIG6ING- IN FOR A ATOSING, BLINKIE OISCOVEES A STRANGE 5TONE PEPCSIT UVDER THE ICE PACK. — HENRY-I ASKED YOU NOT TO WRITE ON THE WINDOWS / ,'edftl. ii4« BY NEA SERVICE. TNC. T. M. h.-. U.'S. PAT. OFF. "I.want'a new 1920 haircut!" • --^'Aunt Mary writes she accepts my apology for last year's* jTru'deness, and will visit us again this summer to give yoiK , ~ 'a_chance to show how sweet you really are!",' Freckles and His Friends By Blosser Punny Business By Hershberger THERE SHE WELL, THIS is WOMAN -HAT/MS- , GOES NOW/ /WEEK AND WE'RE NOT GONNA LOOK AT HER./ NEW GIRL HAS COME TO SHADYSIDE. AND FROM TAG'S DESCRIPTION OF MER, FRECK-AMD LARD ARE GOING • TO HAVE- DIFFICULTY LIVING UP TO THE Vows THEY TOOK DURING WOMAN-HATiMS- - &'^-M US WHAT. \SH6'S WAVIWS AT Boy, is sue OUR. . COOKS,TWERP f /ME ANJDIM WAV1MG- , A KNOCKOUT/ SEEING-.. SHE'S CERTAINLY WHATTME DOCTOR. OP TUB LOST ATMrif* 1-3 MOST AMSMCUS T//H£- _ PROJK.T yer ATTEMPJEO, AND UP TO NOH/ 'MOST DIFFICULT!_ . ,-- ; PON'T KNOW WHAT'S A GOT TO ATLANTIS WRONG ) ALL RliSHT, THEN VANISHED ORDERED .;.V('V-; COULDA GOT BUSTED IT "Our new right lieldcr never misses since he's spring « " ~~ ' pnninnpfl 1". ' Thimble Theater ONLY HIS EYES ARE UP-) POPEVE IS WAITING FOR HIS NOSE POPEYE, THE GIANT IS COMIN 1 UP THE CLIFF !.' PR mil. kIS'G FrATI'RF.3 SYNDICATE. Inr . UitltUi KKitlTS KF.SKRVEI By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Out Our Way BUT ASLEEP OR AVVXWE CAW'T BEAR A BEAR/ . TH-THIS If J-JUST A NIGHTMARE/ J-JUMPIKT JIMIklY GAWAIWE/ THAT YAH.' FIK1E.' SEE VOU <& GOIM' BACK TO TONIGHT A FIWISH COLLEGE WORK- V 1 STARTED TWO IT MUST FEEL. I VEARS BEFORE GOOD TO J VOU.' MOW VOU'LL BE -HOME r"l BE THE WHEM I SI ART ON AN ASH OMORROV^ M16HT TUNiE INi AMD iBRANsrr voice r/rw&z i vj^5 too TOUGH c» / Hlr\ CAU5£ HE SPO\LE'D HlS SUPPER-' NICE OF W "DUCHESS TO FEtCH USTriE.'ee COOKIE5 "BUT tlTTLE BEAVER WErNOST •i OFTHEA' I'LL SQUARE THINGS/ WHY MonTHERS GET GRAY 8, CLASSIFIED HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS All 6 , '" ° f " Ce Day B ' feforc Publication '" AdV8ne * * Not T, k , n ov«r the Phon, f , n n fl ' om bre cder. Germll 90 per cent. See T. S. Me- ) SOW AND G ' RUBRICS or PIGS. SEE W.~B phone 31-J-4. 0-Gl ':'*• ONE NICE TABLETOP FIVE burner oil cook stove and nice . round dining table. May be seen . nt Hope Feed Company 3rd and _J^i^nn_slreets 1 £hono 356. 2-61 SLUE LEATHlfRTsTTEBABY ; buggy. Rubber tires. Practically »A» til' r0i >sonably priced. Call 743-W. , „, — --• «v-v,,uuiii suite. New sorinirs r^l? nc w r &*_. m ™™g TC|J IERE~ old. ' "s o. Prices reasonable. All of good breeding. .Will make you money ONE NEW HOME ON WEST AVE~- nue B. 5 rooms .with bath. Out ct #u ful -»it"'-e. Pur- Phone 195-J. 8-ot Real Estate for Sale BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 50x145 FEET !Hi i"?/l w c . olol ' ect Shovcr Village Addition just east Yerger High bchool. Buy now, choice lots available. Cash or terms. Foster- Ivllis, 108 East Second. Phone 221 - 1-lmo MUST SELL ON ACCOUNT OF licnUh Jim WhiUen fnrm, 160 acres. Nevada county, Hope-Ros- slon highway. Oil share reserved Make offer, Annie V. Ernst, 7104 Wabash. Kansas City 5, Mo. 2-31 DO YOU ¥iirr$i6oo'~$2ooo'"$3o"oo I to close your deal? Sec C. B ADVENTURES IN SPACE: The Story of Radar Page Five No. 6: Radar Goes to War Tyler, Loans, . Real Estate Mortgage 119 Cotton Row. GRADE PURPLE r> C P 7 pouml; W " S - ML Rosston, Route 2. 8-31 Female Help Wanted EXPERIENCED" WAITRESS wanted. Diamond Cafe. Phone Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phono 476. i4-i n , IF' YOU NEED GRAVEL SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery ^_ 15-lm'o. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS and Venetian blinds write'Rilov Cooper. 1909 West 17th Street -Te-xarkana. Texas. 15-am For Rent BEDROOM WITH KITCHEN PR I- ROOM FOR RENT TO BUSINESS 'couple, with breakfast. Phone -J 3 ' 4-61 20 ACRE GOOD PASTURE RUN- mng water year round. Shovcr •Springs, Mrs. Willie Beckworth - 5-3t Services Offered EXPERIENCED S T A F F OF bookkeepers will keep your books for c...y $1 per week. Mail card today for information on this 'nationwide new service. Dollars-week Bookkeeping Service. 304 ~P & M Building, Texarkana. . . 19-lm j REGISTERED SPENCER COR- sotiere, individually designed ,- corsets, brassiers, men and wo- I men s surgical supports. Mrs Ruth Dozier, 318 North Elm St. Hope, Ark. Phone 144-J. 29-lm Wonted to Rent WANTED. TWO ROOM FURNISH- ed apartment. Couple only Phone 842. Mrs. Frank I. Shiver 4-Ct 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 FOSTER-ELLIS 402 SOUTH FULTON, SIX-ROOM house, good condition, corner lot 75 x 150 feet, priced to sell. WEST FOURTH STREET, NICE lot, 50x150 feet, bargain. 222 WEST AVENUE C, TWO- slory 7 room residence, newly papered and painted, 100x150 foot corner lot, two blocks from business district. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL LOT, 83-foot frontage, 155-foot depth m 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, 50x130 feet bee us before you buy. 108 East Secqnd, phone 221. 4.31 TWO ADJOINING RESIDENTIAL lots, each 50 by 150 feet. Park addition. Both for $-100. 40 ACRE FARM, NEW FIVE room house, deep well, garage Delco system, five miles north east of Hope, one mile off Highway 07- 8 01 MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE two 3 room apartment on West 4In Street. Northwest corner of courthouse sciuare, GO by 180 foot lot. See W. M. Ramsey, 994 West 5lh Street. g.^ NEW MODERN GROCERY AND market. Close in. Clean stock- new fixtures, small rent, roomy parking space. Priced to sell C. B. Tyler. 5 . el NEW FIVE ROOM HOUSE, COR- ner lot, near Fair park. Immediate possession. $3250. See Riley Lewallen. •. 80 ACRES LAND NEAR SHOVER Springs, modern 6 room water - house able. $4800. See Riley Lewallen! Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more Anv 1 »->1 nun*- TIM- — ! 1___ . «. "".' BY DAVID DIETZ Noted Science Writer; Author of "Atomic Energy In the Coming Era"'KIP (Written for 'NBA Service) 0) The birthdaybf radar was dawn- Ihg when the experiment you see illustrated here—"pulse ranging," it is called—was initiated in the mid-1920's. At the Carnegie Institution in Washington, Drs. Gregory Breit and Merle A. Tuve sent "pulses" of waves skyward,. Each pulse was only a thousandth of a second long, with the waves having a £-«;uency of several million a second. For another IhwisancSih of a second the /ould stop sending. During the first "pulse" of waves ' would return tb the receiver. This was repeated for ,an. indefinite length' of time. K ' ;. (2) Radar a'ctually was born when•it occurred tq., different people independently in 'scattered parts of the world that "pulse ranging," iti conjunction with very^'short microwaves, could .be applied to the. detection of the presence of aircraft or worships. Using a directional antenna for sending and receiving, they c&Mld tell the exact direction of the obj&t. The distance of the object away was half the .time the. message took to: &t back, divided by the speed—186,0001miles a.second. An airplane could bej kept on .the radio beam, just as a beamffrom a searchlight trails a plane at nigHt. But the radar proved more useful and accurate. Geared automatically to a gun, it became- very deadly. (3) By 1930 radar, which is a con- .traction of the phrase "radio direction and ranging," could draw a bead on enemy oombers many miles away. By the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, tho United States had radar installations on key ships for air-raid warning, surface search and fire control, long ; -range aircraft warning sets, and searchlight batteries equipped .with radar. By the end of 1041, more, than 4600 men and women were employed in radar development in. t,he United Slates. Britain was-likewise ready with radar when the blitzkrieg started over England in 1940. / (4) Radar technique was imperfect But it won the first round of the battle of Britain. 'Prime Minister Winston. Churchill, commenting on the meager force of defenders, said ''never had so few accomplished so much." He failed to mention radar, because it was a deep secret. Failing with airplanes the Nazis invented buzz bombs. In 1944 new'and effective radar gear was sent hurriedly to Britain, from the United Stales.. One Sunday late in August 105 buzz bombs he,aded for London. Only three a'r- •rived. American antiaircraft batteries,, aided by radar in.1944 and 1945, downed, one buzz bomb, traveling at. incredible • .speed, for. every 40 rounds fired. *•;. TOMORROW: Radar on V/ings.i \- Political. Announcements* The Star is authorised to' ann.ounce the following as candidates subject to- 1h6 action of the Democratic^ primary elections this Summer: Congress, 7th District PAUL GEREN BRUCE BENNETT' . — - - ... ' i 8th Judiciol Circuit 1 For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON 21,764 Turn Out as Yanks Beat Crackers By The Associated Press A record crowd of 21,674 paying spectators turned out yesterday to watch the New York Yankees drub the Atlanta Crackers, 7-0. . The Yanks were held to one hit for five innings by Dewey Adkins, but exploded in the next three frames Cor seven runs, including a two-run homer by Joe DiMaggio. For the Yanks Soud Chandler gave up two hits while striking out six in the first three innings. He was relieved by Randy Gumperl who gave up no hits and fanned eight. About 9,000 saw the New Orleans Pelicans defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers, 7-G at New Orleans. Manager Johnny Peacock drove in the winning run with a single in the ninth. The Birmingham Barons defeated the Rochester Red., Wings of the [nternational League at Biloxi Miss.. 3-1. Dick Wentworth, Baron Jnckstop, singled with two out in tho second. Dick Hanna on the mound for the ,Red Wings walked the next four men. The Columbus Red Birds scored [our runs in the ninth inning and then staved off a three-run rally by tho Mobile Bears to hang up a 4-3 decision. SPORTS ROUNDUP -IT Iifk S. Finirtra. Jr the best in the Porker-camp.-The are outkicking Harold' 'Co' : - 4 " number one unit includes Aubrey nation's leading punter'in •'iiki rowicr at tailback, Ross Prit- Ai^^n^r 4ii~ ,i«.,..,fi:~i_i ; .-i__i-;.. chard at wingback, John Shnddox New York, April S —(/P)— After can get just as good a bid from a .* < »- TT J-Ui.ll, A1.J.J11J 1J. \/1 f .TVI.LCJ only 77 years of professional baseball, the big leagues finally agreed this year to quit taking high school ' players away from their books, 'so it was with some justification that National League prexy Ford Frick turned loose a blast at other prose- lyters a few days ago. When we take a boy it is for one 'hing— to play professional baseball", Frick pointed out. "And everywhere we go we find college scouts ahead of us." — Which is 'more harmful, he wanted to know, baseballs' snatching or the work of official and unofficial representatives of "a certain type of college"; who high pressure a youngster into taking an athletic scholarship regardless of whether the school can offer the boy the courses he wants to study ?"What about a boy who wants to be a doctor or lawyer" Ford asks. "An alumnus of some school that doesn't have courses in medicine or law comes' along, finds the boy is a good athlete and persuades him that he'll like journalism or physical education just as well." tor, Short Rebuttal Frick, former inn.-, one piece or more Anv " "i->-'=»"». amount. What have you? Phon'p Tnc Memphis Chicks lost a four- 873, y 11.71° run lead to suffer a 7-4 defeat at PAY CASH FOR 1937, ir K ,. or 30S-W or show at 323 Hamilton after 0 p.m. Phone North 5-6 Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO Stores-Franchise and SUPPLY merchan - dise available now for new Associate Siores. Write or wire Kcnyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1 19-2m For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark Week-End Sports By the Associated Press Racing New York—Record opening dav | crowd of 55,961 bet $3,412,875 as New York racing season opened at Jamaica. Fighting Step, $10,000, won the Paumonok handicap. Bowie, Md.—Record crowd of 25,000 wagered $1,103,922 as Happy Buckle, $9.40, beat favored Ai'P/ rt in Bowie handicap. Ga.—Herman Kciser, , _., won the Masters golf tournament with a 72-hole score of 181. Keiscr finished with a 74 to win by a stroke over Ben Hogan Hershoy, Pa., who carded a last round 70 for 283 Track Austin. Tex.—Tho University of Augusta, Akron, O., HELP WANTED WHITE ONLY Practical nurses, $40.00 to $55.00 per month Room, Board and Laundry furnished. Experience unnecessary. . Call or write: Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium State Sanatorium, Arkansas Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK the hands of the Minneapolis Millers. Babe Barna, Minneapolis rightficlder, connected for a homer with one man- on in the fourth and bated in another run to lead the Millers' attack. Litle Rock went down to defeat before Shreveport of the Texas League, 7-3. Though outhit 13-9, the Nashville Vols came through wilh a 7-5 victory over the Macon Peaches of the Southern Atlantic League at Macon, Ga. At Montgomery the Chattanoga Lookouts split a twin bill with the Rebels of the Southeastern League. The first one went to the visitors by a 3-2 score, while the Rebels grabbed the second by an identical score. college instriic- athletic head a n d sports ought to know what he's „ about, but from this, corner it appears he should have ob, served, one more,, thing white collecting all that experience. ^ Very few good athletes-are in forested in those professions that require a lot of studying, - and a kid who really does want to study isn t likely to be influenced by such offers because he knows he college that has the courses he wants. Monday Matinee Look for the rush to the Mexican league to slow down suddenly since Junior Stephens decided the proposition didn't look so good. . . Wayne Replogle, Kansas U. end coach, 'is an accomplished painter of Rocky Mountain landscapesi he is Ranger in the off season) and his wife, Marian, is a fine organist. They ought to be a lot of help to Coach George Saucr—one painting a dismal picture and the other playing the. blues. v . Will Dickerson and Nat Ray, a pair of canny harnessrace drivers, claim the rebuilt Goshen mile strip will be about the fastest in America. . Army bound Bob Fenimore needs to take off about 15 pounds if he expects, to have a look-in as a sprinter in the Oklahoma Aggies dual meet with Army and the Penn relays late this month. End of the Line Pitt apparently isn't holding Clark Shaughnessy's "desertion" .against Maryland U., whit-h hired him. The Panthers asked to but into the Penn State-Maryland dual track meet. Grayle Hewlett . . . (wotta .name for a former sports- 'casler) ; is operating the Tulsa club ,ofM.Ho ./Texas League, where he'll haye' to listen to the howls .. . Re fleeting on the recent grand national, Glen Peterson asks: "Whnl wouldn't anyone — not only hoi-semen — give for a lovely cottage in these days of housing shortages?" at fullback and blocking .back. BUI • Troxell at • The other has Howard Hughes. John Hoffman .Joyce Pipkin and Haskell Standifer. A 'third set of backs not far behind, includes Bud Canada, Mitchell Young, Bill Keeton and Jake Davis. It will be noted that Hoffman and Canada are the only lettermen able to make the first three backfields. Fowler, a lightening fast triple- threater whose passing is remindful of the days of Jack Bobbins and Dwight Sloan, and John ;3had- dpx, a battering Ram fullback of the John Kirnbrough type, pack the most offensive punch. Pritchard, whom assistant Conch George Cole picked up from the Iowa Navy Seahawks, is a speedy, deceptive runner and an excellent pass receiver. Troxell can block with the best of them. A three-man battle is being waged for the center position. In the thick of it are Earl Wheeler Harry Carter and Bill Thomas' all lettermen before or during the ,, McGaha, C " 3s are Alton Baldwin, . Jim Cox, Melvin Jimmy Morgan and , n an JJana Exum. Leading tackles are 'J,', m Ha 8 er . Duvall Thornton, Joe C aborn, Clint Halstead, John Wells and Leon Whitaker _ At guards the top hands are Bill franklin, Dale Counce, Henrv Ford, Stood White, Roberts, Dick Martin and Major Tallant. Arkansas is- -assured of cood punting. Both Fowler and Hughes Blytheville Girl Killed as Jeep Upsets in Texas Blytheville, April 8 —(/P)—Lavonna Redman, 20, Blytheville, Ark was killed yesterday when a jeep in which she was riding struck lose gravel and overturned near Denton, Tex. where she was a student at Texas State college for women. Three companions, including Kvelyn Wood, El Dorado, Ark also a student at the college word injured. CATHOLIC GROUP ELECTS Litle Rock, April 8 —(/I 3 )— All officers of Iho Arkansas Stale corps of the Catholic Daughters of America were roelected here yes- erday. The officrs include :Mrs [• rank Sleele, vice regent and Mrs. Albert Ernest, monitor, both of Pine Bluff, and Mrs. W A Madden, treasurer, Fort Smith Texas on the annual Texas relays Ralph Tale, Oklahoma A. & M.i captured individual honors by wiii- ling both hurdle events and the aroad jump. Meanwhile, another major leaguer, Shortstop Vernon Stephens recouped from the Mexican circuit by the St. Louis Browns, says he won't lose any sleep over a threat by Jorge Pasquel, president of 'the Mexican league, to. sue him for $100,000 damages for "breaking his contract." "Pasquel is just trying to scare the players he now has down there so they won't leave his league," was Stephen's comment. Owen arrived here yesterday a lot less talkative about whether he will join the spotlighted Mexican Jeague than he was a week ago when he announced after his release from the navy that he would sign a five-year contract as playing manager for the Torreon club in that circuit. .1 Ow £ n ' 30 ' had been working :?or the Dodgers under a three-year contract which would have expired in 1945. However, he went into the navy last year before the contract ran out. Alfonson Pasquel, an official of the Mexican league, said' earlier in Nuevo Laredo, just across the SEE US FOR ... Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand -Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-Wesf lumber Co, Hgzel and Diviiion Mickey Owen Is Silent on Mexican Ball San Antonio, Texas, April 3— P>— Foi 'mer Brooklyn Catcher Mickey Owen says he will' work out for a few days wilh the'Tole- do Mudhens here ,but he would give no hint today as to his plans to join league. the Mexican baseball border, today. Stephens, who , he expected Owen there stayed in the j-,.._,.„, TT**W ,J H*J tVt til illC Mexican league long enough for only a fair warm-up, was with the Browns preparing to play the Chicago Cubs in Tulsa today. In an exhibition game in Dallas yesterday the Cubs beat the Browns 10- aftcr Stephens had tied the score in the fifth inning with a homer. Stephens said he signed "a contract with Pasquel that said either parly could terminate it at any time." The baseball player added he lidn't like the country, the league sn't well organized, "and I know my family wouldn't want to live down there." Stephens added that under u rul- A ig by Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler all players who went to the Mexican league' may return without fear of suspension if they do so by April 16. rQ PERRY MAN DROWNED Perryville, Apru o — wi— Frank Parham, 52, ' of Perry Ark., wa drowned when his boat over- .urned yesterday while he was fishing in the Fourche La Fave river near here. The body was recovered. Falls nosed out motor vehicles in 1945 as the leading cause of accidental deaths. Razorbacks Need Pair of Good Tackles By CARL BELL Fayetteville, Ark., April 8—(/P)— The difference between a formidable football team and the University of Arkansas Razorbacks now Jn spring training is a couple of first class tackles. With a pair of the right kind of bruisers — big, fast and experienced — at these posts, John Barnhill's Porkers could cause some mighty big headaches for their Southwest Conference foes. As the 'Razorbackfc 'enter the last full week of spring practice they stack up in the various departments about like this: Backfield good. If natural ability can offset lack of experience on the past of some of the first 12 ball carriers, the Arkansas secondary is likely to be as good as -any in the southwest. Center — adequate. Guards — below Southwest Conference standards. Tackles — very weak. Ends — adequate offensively, fair defensively. It is impossible for even Coach Barnhill to pick a starting eleven at 'this time. About 30''additions to the squad are expected next September, and in this group of Creshmen the Porker mentors may Lmd the help they need at the tackle and guard positions. Under Barnhill's current plans there will be no eleven Razor- Jacks designated as the starting team. He hopes to alternate three or four team units. There's little difference between two backfields currently rated as Ugal Notice LEGAL NOTICE „,.„ HOPE, ARKANSAS STREET IMPVT. DISTRICT NO 11 AND ITS ANNEX NO. 1 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT Ine 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 ihat 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, 194.S; and same may be paid to Elsie Weisenberger at the City Hall April 1, 8, 15, 22 NOTICE —WE HAVE MOVED • to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. B »y- pell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. P^ine 578R FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main I JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Pnone 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 Wonted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 •,. Already the . downfield blocking and the tackling far surpas'j ;m<-- thing Arkansas has had'ibr,'years: But unless some gbbd. iackles show up come fall, the 'Porkers will take some more old 'fashioned whippings. • • ; . "• : WELL IN HAND Kansas City, April. G . —(IP)— Assistance was needed byia'tipsy sailor at a downtown Street intersection and he got it in' very "short order. . ' • , ; The police dispatcher sent a patrol car. • ••-.:,..-. Someone on the scene pulled a fire alarm and six trucks- and two district chiefs sirened to the spot. In thr confusion, a fireman 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 FREDA; LUCK,. Tax Assessor' .',' . C. COOK For Representative Post 1 • •• GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEIBD, JR: DRY SCALP O COMPLETE! ;BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. BUTANE SYSTEMS; Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W, SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Harry Segno r, 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. called an ambulance.'Then the shore patrol arrived arid whisked him off leaving the other services empty-handed: !- O J •-^—: .8 Transports Due to Unload 7,400 on Both Coasts "\ By The Associated Press ^ Six transports are due today .'at New York and two at-.San Francisco bringing home more-.tljan. -7,400 servicemen. Also arriving in New York are 709 GI bride's and babies aboard the Willarc} A. Hoi- brook and the Thomas BaVry. BACK IN THE°DOGHOUSE Mineola, N. Y April 8 — „(#) — The shortest jail break on'record here was foiled yesterday py ponce after a prisoner crashed through a closed window, and took to his heels. - . Police just ' whistled and the prisoner returned. > He was a St. Bernard-dog picked up because he had no leash. ^ « £ See Us For " BABY CHICK$ You'll like oUr quality chicks, hatch«4 right from lelect*^ ^flocks. Hardy, fait« grower*. Low pric«. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO; 4th and La. Stt , Phone 25 ! COMPLETE LINE OF' OFFICE SUPPLIES ; JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Col! 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 r Appliance Repairs—Appliances Doug /"MTV Carl Bacon V<l I f Jones 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- Bargains in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEES) Phone 152 411 S. Hazel Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars . Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. COMPLETE : i RADIO SERVICE", Bob Elmore Auto S|ipphr Loe's Touq^f Cafe-Court —! Featuring *- t Steaks • Fried Chicken ' • Barbecue •Fish . : . • Sandwiches «Soft Qrlnk(( NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe ' Qlty Limits & Highway 67 West- • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or- see ' Calvin E, Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkoniai Bank Building , I ir ? I

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