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P w* ^^isirt^v^^iwwo^!-^*^^)^*^*^**!^^^^^!*!^!*?^^ Wcdnodoy, April! 0, By Chick Young TAKE THAT-GUN>MY ^ BllG-MOUTHEO'FRIEND! ' l "f DAGVUOOO tJO'NCU THINK I THINK VCU'D BETTER WAIT A BECAUSE I THINK'A WIFE SHOULO/ALWAV9 CONSULT HEi5> HUSBAND ABOUT. MATTERS BOUGHT THE COAT , V THEN, WHV DID VOU ASK, ME IF WE; COULD AFFORC IT* IPB. Y BUT WHAT TKERE WEREKlV THE FEwHfWT WE" V SEVERAL RfCAUEO UyN WHERE POWJ .vuni9. o^iui twtj&w>*>u,H Hfr W« REsisriNe.ARREST. EAELV IM '33. Side Glances By Galbraith \ 'NAMED VANTIS! • KZ/«y/K/SEEMS Y yEAH /S COKCH, >.|.TO_gE CODING" I IT'S GETTING u)uoep... : OFF EVEKyTHING CAM'T SE THERE QUIET-I GOT A BITE/ "'PtVreV/fl.'iJ/Hg '}jght.2J$inellJt Freckles and His Friends By Blosser jfe * jjirisjHctional dispute at home and; let me ftoiright.-Smell it'?/' strike!'! "~ : —"•-—— ; - -°-— - • Funny Business By Hershberger I'&^ItgE^ )$ B ^^^B^t^*$h : WAVMAM-' PRIVATE * _ BEACH-.-. ffSOO. • FOR HEV ! GIVE US A LIFT WILL VUH? WE'RE STRANPEP/ - - a taxidermist fix 'em up so they'd seem more like a mother to the chicks!" Thimble Theater • : ''-^; > -V : ^^; J i^'^''V:^ : --' f .^^ THIN^JTS.''-?^!' TPERHARS- TpY HE WOULDi A TJL.T HIS. HEAD," pQpeye??^ , vsv?\vf NOO coovo SIROAkY/ Out Our Way R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoopla E6At>, EPS AR/ -- GUMS, MOST HAvJE SElvbT YOU/ VOO I/A TURMK6Y.IS . A PAlNfteR, LET US <^V A 45-eAl,)iER, . A "DeAL — VOU) PAlfAT YW OM: rAE NOxM< BECAUSB q-' THAT OLD TH 1 DOCTOR. TOLP ME TO TAKE WALKS IM VARP, BUT TO , -_ £IT DOWM THESE CHAIRS AMD I'LL 6NE YOU — ^ U&T'S SEE ^ BARTER. A ( LBN\£, &G£t-#*tg\ff. .1 .,. IS A POPULAR PR/\CTlCe ' '•" ' -'••' . HOVJ A600T A PISTOLS 8V COUW HOOPLEf ___Wedne8tloy, AprlltO. 1446 CLASSIFIED ARKANSAS W ' « AII \A/.»r* J'T" T". "' VJlllup Ma ^ ae *ot6 Publication * AIIW fl ntAd.C«hJnAdv.rtc. ». Not taken Over the Phone .,»«« are ^ or Contin «°Wi Ihsertlong Only 'THE MOHE YOU TELL THfi; QUICKER YOU SELL" ;'.',.• .' v, For Sole O N PLANTING SEED; e r£ r from Breeder. Germll "0 Per cent. See T. S. Mc- sow "AND c PIGS. SEE w. "i* ; J^jgjes or tahone 31-J-4. Q.Qt TWO POUND FRIERS'FOR SALE", w _$l_cnch. 1513 South Elm. 10-31 REGISTERED POLLED"*HEnE ford bulls, 14 to 18 months old. Prices reasonable. All of good breeding. Will make you money m a registered or commercial d. M. S. Bates. 5-flt ONE NEW HOME ON WEST AVE- nue B. 5 rooms' with bath. One complete set of ' fuVniture. Pur_ tell- & Taylor. Phone 195-J. 8-6t HIGH . QUALITY D~A Y OLD" .chicks, also started chicks. Hope .Feed Co. g-Gt QOOD GRADE PURPLE HULL was. 15 c. par pound. W. S. Me-' Xurnie, Rosston, Route 2. 8-3t .1941 CHEVROLET, GOOD CONDI- tion. See Ben Camp, five miles _l!_ on Palmos road. 9-3t BoisD'ARC ' P'O'ST." SEE .Floyd Porlerfield. 9-6t TWO PIECE LIVING ROOM suite, practically new. Couch makes into bed. Baby bed and ymattress. Phone 750-W. • fl-3t DEEP WELL DRILLING EQUlF- •ment. Mrs: A. S. Wells, Prescott, -Phone 312. g.et TWO WOOL FELT RUGS, PRICE - $100. Inquire City Bakery or call 802-W. . g.3t ONE LOAD OF CUTOFF BLOCKS' Delivered in city limits. $3.00 Fred Hartsficld. 1008 Wesl Ave. B - 9-31 JOHN DEERE RIDING PLANT- er. $30. See Robert Rowe, Old Fulton -road. I0-3t LARGERTOMATO PLANTS; ready to set out. Red. Velvet Porto Rico potato plants, 50 per' 100. $3,50 per 1000 postpaid. Tom Watson watermelon seed. $1.50 > per pound. H. A. Smith, Rt, 3.' Prescott, Ark. , I0-3t Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE , for better furniture and better -. <j bargains, Phone 470. 14-lm IF. YOU NEED GRAVEL, w ,.,« or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery. . . . 15-lma, ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS, and Venetian- blinds, write Rilev ..:..Cooper, 1909 West.,17th Street; Texarkano, Texas. '•'. v ; 15r2m • • -~' ' ' • —-—7.' For Rent • > BEDROOM WITH KITCHEN PRI- vilcges to couple only. Apply 217 : .West 13th Street.,.' . 4-6( ROOM FOR RENT TO BUSINESS" couple, with breakfast. Phone _ ' ,33. 4.6t '*•:', CUSTOM-MADE METAL VENE* tian blinds. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Company, 1123 County Avenue, Tcxarkana, Ark. 10-3t 1939 FOUR DOOR FORD DELUXE .radio and heater. Clean inside ;and out, 109 North Washington, " 10-3t G'OOD QUALITY BROAD BREST • Bronze Turkey Poults, Book your': ./.orders now. Feeders Supply Co, '.• : ..-. 10-im PLENTY HIGH QUALITY~BA'BY • chicks. All heavy breeds, $12 per 100.or 13c in lesser amounts; . .-.Feeders Supply Co. ' 10-lrri Wonted to Rent WANTED. TWO ROOM FURNISH• ed apartment. Couple only; Phone 842. Mrs. Frank I. Shiver: For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day phone 413 Night Pboiw 1015.J We Specioliz* in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third 8t Hope, Ark Real <E$tate for Sale BEAtfTlFUL LOTS, 50x145 FEET In J'.ew colored Shover Village ' Addition fust cast Yorgor High SChooJ. Buy now, choice lots available. Cash or terms. Fostor- Ellls,, JOB East Second. Phone 221. Mmo , 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 1 room residence, newly- papered and painted, 100x150 foot, . corner lot, two blocks from busi- hcss ; district. BEAUTIFUL jRESIDENTIAL LOT, 85-foot, frontage, 155-foot depth,. v r jn excellent residential district, .abstract furnished, CORN:ER ELM AND EAST SEV- pnth, large residence, 75x150 foot -lot and 'Hhree 50x150 residential lots in IN> 'PHILLIPS ADDITION, COR- 1 ,ner 'residential lot, 50x130 feet. See us betpre you buy. 108 East Second,, phone 221. 4-3t TWO 'ADJOINING RESIDENTIAL lots;, each 30 by 150 feet. Park addition. Both for $400. 40 /ACRE FARM, NEW FIVE .ropm.'house, deep well, garage, Delco system, five miles north . east'of Hope, one mile off High• way, 07. ' 8-6t MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE, two 3 room apartment on West 4th Street. Northwest corner of courthouse square, 00 by 180 foot lot. See W. M. Ramsey, 994 West 5th Street. '- 8-41 TWO STORY, TWO LOTS, OLD house, Well located. 16 ACRES ON HIGHWAY, SMALL house. ' THREE ACRES, FOUR house, well located. ROOM BUILDING LOTS, west' of courthouse. JUST SEVERAL NICE FARMS, WELL , located, at fair prices. GOpp BLACK- LAND NEAR P* AV- ed highway,,. 5 R'OOMS, TWO ACRES AND stflre on highway, ,OURS, 1ST A COMPLETE REAL ES- tate Service, to the seller, the : 'buyer 'and the loan Company, on - a- fair and equitable basis to.alj concerned. C. B./i'yler., Licensed Broker, 119 Cotton Row. 9-Ot (This is the last of a series on prospects oC southern association baseball teams) By CARU BELL Little Rock, April 10 —(/P)— If a strong middle line of dofensc carries as much \ycight as is accorded it, the Littlffl Rock Travelers won't repeal"'thftir' collar finish of last year-, and may even earn a first division rating this season. Little Rock appears potent at the plate, defensively strong iri the infielc) and outfield and boosts a promising pitching staff. It remains to be seen- how some of the club's older performers, key men, will react under the grind of a full season. Only proof of capable catching is needed to complete the Travelers' middle line strength. Experience and ability holds forth at the other, positions, Back in the ceuteVfield post he WHITER-FRAME"' FOUR ROOM house-',on ,Main Street in Emmet. $1950: ,Tom White, Emmet. 9-Gt NICE '.FOUR ROOM HOUSE AND acre, and half of land in Spring Hill. Gas, water and lights. See Mrs,, Thomas. Collins, Spring Hill. : . - '».-.; - io-3t NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, LOT and hall, ; good neighborhood, can give quick possession. Floyd Porterfield. . 10-tf 0 ROOM MOUSE, 7 MILES SOUTH- east Emmet. Write J. E. Woodul, •Emmet, Rt. 1. Box 59. 10-3t Wonted to Buy WE:''BUY .HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture,, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. ,. 11-lm WILL PAX CASH FOR 1937, '38, '99, Chevrolet or Ford. Phone 1Q5.-W or show at 323 North Hamilton after fi p.m, 5-6t unities Offered HOME: AND'. AUTO SUPPLY 3tores'Fra,nchise and merchandise availaoie now for new As- BOPiate Stores. Write or wire. Kenyan Auto Stores, Dallas l, ... •- - 19-2m Found TWO RED AND BLACK SPECK- led plgS about 5 weeks old. Came to. my place'April 1. See L. J. Blackman, Rt. 4, Hope. Owner may have same by paying for feed aiid this ad. 9-2w TAKEN UP WITH MY CATTLE three, Hereford cows since April 1, See W. B, Ruggles or phone 31-J-4. g.Qt Lost BROWN TOY MANCHESTER. Woodard Breed, 425 North Elm _Street._ phone 1043-R. 9-3t TWO GILT PIGsT 3 MONTHK • Old, one red spotted and the other white. Reward. Mrs. R. B Kindrick. Rt. 1, Hope. 10-31 Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS,ARK, ADVENTURES IN SPACE: Th« Story of Radar No. 8: "Push Button'' Warfare! BY DAVID DIETZ Solsnco Writer; Author of ' Energy l.n 'tho Coming Bra," Etc. (Written for NEA Service) ii) Planes and ships will become oW- rashioned and far too slow in the "pushbutton" war.of the future. The pushbutton, war '.will require seconds and minutes to conclude it, instead of hours and days. It Will be a war of radar, rockets-and atomic bombs. It will.be started and stopped by means of push buttons, automatic release of rockets, and automatic control of their flight to their destinations. Whole cities and whole nations will be destroyed In a matter of minute* by Atomic bomb- laden rockets covering such spans a* the Atlantic ocean in less than 15 minutes, • ••/ .-•• ;•.: (2), Fighting men' In the push-button •war of-the future will be chiefly select groups of highly trained and highly skilled scientists,: technicians and engineers; They; will .be stationed far underground, Their 'quarters will be hewn out of .the rocks, f ar enough down into the eartfi"{to' absorb the 1 tremendous vibrations of blasts |rorn:atomic bombs. > (3) The fighting forces iwiiliw; aleri» ed at all times for instant defense or ettack, a$ long as any danger of war-. fare exists on the earth. Closely connected with the quarters of the fighting forces will be the rocket emplacements. They will be in strong fortifications above ground. They will be sufficient in numbers, so that if one is destroyed those remaining can be equally effective. They will house rockets for defense and. atomic bomb,rockets for attack, ready to travel at any instant. . • MwiM*'..' Nerve centers of., the . fighting forces will be the quarters of the-com-. • nmndants, strategically located through- cut the nation. The quarters of each' commandant will be in close communication with all the quarters of the other .commandants; and in close communica-. tion with the rocket emplacements. Thej commandant .will have elaborate equip-! ment at his disposal; maps, charts, tele-' phonic find electronic instruments. In< front of him will be a huge radarj oscilloscope. It will scan an area hundreds of miles across and many miles]' high. It will have markings on it-to' show the exact location of a.hy point'in the region. '' TOMORROW: A Duel o Page Pfve -• ', a Political * Announcements*: The Star is authorized to*' announce the following as" candidates subject to the*' action of the Democratic'* primary elections this Su|n-" mer: ... 7 Ji Congresi, 7th DitfHct '• PAUL GEREN "^' <•• BRUCE BENNETTy;" -' Japi i .1*11, 8th Judicial Circuit Fop Prosecuting CHARLES W. HACKETT _ JAMES H. PILKINTQ^ Travelers Looking Up This Year Services Offered EXPERIENCED STAFF OF bookkeepers, will keep your books for oiily,.:^!-per week. Mail card today, for" information on this nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Week Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana. 19-lm REGISTERED SPENCER COR- setiere, individually designed corsets, brassiers, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Dozior, 318 North Elm St Hope, Ark! Phone 144-J. 29-lm LAWN MOWERS^ REPAIRED" Sec (Oscar) T. B. Fenwick, 1015 West Avenue B. Phone 195-W 10-3t Female Help Wanted EXPERIENCED .^.WAITRESS wanted. Diamondv'.Cafe. Phone GOOD JOBS' FbR FORMER MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALISTS (MOS) JOB Radio Repairman, Fixed Station Intercept Control Technician Transmitter Attendant, Fixed Station < .... Sound Recorded, FA . . Radiosonde Operator . . Wire Repairman. VHF . Radio Repairman, V»F , Radio Mechanic, PQ Target Airplane . , . Radio Operator-Mechanic, AAF Radar Observer Mechanic, Bombardment , . . MOS Grades «49 5, 4, 3 768 4, 3, 2 798 5,4 836 .5,4,3,2 942 5, 4, 3 . 950 5,4 , 951 5,4,3 993 5, 4, 3 2756 S, 4, 3 2867 4, 3 and many other skills. Here's a new opportunity for good, steady work at good pay. If you were honorably discharged from the Army on or after May 12, 1945, and held a grade in ono of the military occupational specialties (MOS), you may now enlist in the Regular Army in your qualified specialty and at a grade depending on the length of your previous MOS service, provided you act before July 1, 1946. Stop in and find out the special grade you will receive under this new. War Department order. Apply at the U. S. Army Recruiting Station, 215 Post Office Bldg., Texarkuna, Ark. • t * SEE US FOR Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-Wesf Lumber Co. Hotel and DivUion New York, word on basHelba T ij:,7,; -, Sjine igp high school team in, 19; sta^fe.\vhere they were rated by l Djctew'Punkel for the scholastic sports-institute last winter was Champaigtiiilli:'-;•'. Champaign, which won 38-.out'of 39 games (and who said.,the .college schedules were long?) barely edged out Allentown, Pa., High"by a fraction of a point for the No. 1 spot Don't ask us how Duhkel arrives at those figures. A guy Who Iries to rale 10,000 learns is ..'entitled, to his own methods- , . '; . Other teams thai were right up there included . Cleveland^...Benedictine High, Iowa City, la., and Cliffside Park, N. J. . . .-punkel, the S. S. I, and that well knpwn 5 conl sofl drink also operated in Indiana, Massachusetts, California, Texas, New York, '"Missouri; Michigan and Wisconsin.,! :YQUj'll have to ask them how yoyr favqr- t ile made put. ' S Today's Guest Star ;'«-. James E, Doyle, Cleveland 'Plain Dealer: "So. the. much headlined: shortstop made a much' 'headlined short stop in Mexicp.-" .'.- Sports Before Your Eyee Bob Kurland, who has accumu-- ,Htltl l1 f^> • - ' — T: — ,- . , • ' . eats."" overslept. his first ,t .Oklahomaj:A...and M. ; after :his.:return from the/eastern : t6ur'ria-' ments '. . ... '"Theyishould'have presented/me with an alarm clock," BbbVmoaned .';.. . .T-4 Alfred Daily, former., Manhattan" captain and- IC4-A' 10QO yards champ, will be runneivcoach of the Fort Dix, N.J., track team this spring, . . . Business '. Manager Charley . Blossfield of tKe Hartford '(Eastern League) Laurels, can and sometimes does pass for Crooner .Bing Crosby' — until, he 'opens his mouth . Johnny Derr, former Greensboro, N. 1 C.-,- news aiid - C.B1 roundup sports ; editor, - is the new managing editor of. "Crockery and: Glass Journal" — .which has nothing to do with Johnny's chin, . . Answering Elrner.: • Wnen. President Jamesi-B»»uil of the 'Buffalo All-Anierican Confer- pnceRlsbns saw an -order ffir 100 footballs for , the : 1646; season '-:• he asked. General Manager. Sam'-Cordovano; 1 "What are you going to do with... them, autograph them and •give/ .them away?" - • ','•• . Maybe . it 'vnsi' jtast" Snmls way, of^ Tebuting •Eltrier-Layden's 'crack: that the Na- tjouai .Lea^u.Q '.wouldiil.t lated seven wrist watches'- .for his ball,; jand- played .. .. of the AAC until "they- got a foot- games.! occupied ; wlth the 1937 champion Travelers \ is Leo • NonnenUam'j»'r roacquired during the .winter; Bobi Mavis, ' Stellar second sack'er o"f the last two seasons, is back at'hjs old stand, as :is Freddie Hancpqkj pre-war shortstopping'star. . Manager Willis Hudlin has .np.t selected his regular .catcher,..but chances arc the hod will go, to Kerb Bremmer, the 'Rocks' ; first siring receiver in 1942 who' -\vas : late in arriving here this year. Also bidding for. the job. are JUidy Laski and Harry Lamprich,.'. ' Third arid first bage positipr)? also are undecided, but both, especially the initial bag, appear to be in good hands. " , • Kerby Farrel, who played regularly with the Chicago White Sox last year, has clinched the first- basing assignment. lie has been hilling well in recent exhibitions and in defensive work probably wil be 1 unexcelled in the'Southei-n. Graver Resing'cr, : Bill Metzig and Norbert Barker are' battling for the third basing job. Metzig 'is the best hitter, while Reslnger's fielding has shown an edge:'' Rounding out the outfield • with Nonnehkamp will be Liiidsey Dealj another 1937 Traveler back in the fold, in left and either Da.ye Short or Ray Dahlstrom in jrigjit. Pitching is somewhat'/questionable but promising,.; .Jimmy' 'Walkup, former St. LjPuis*. ..Brownie; Luke Hamilton, 1945' ; ' workhorse; Southpaw Charley •• Cozartv*"- who won 18 games for ;Atlanta;in-1944? Sid Peterson; Nick< I'qpqvi.chj and Lefty Bob Williams,'-'fi}l'-.r;'experi- enced newcomers; are ".pribablQ starters. -.-'••• '- *• •'. ". Paul "Daffy" Dean; '<• fp'rmer Cardinal and Brownie, ,m,ay ' be given starting assignmeftM.' - but probably will team with 'Skipper Hudlin to give the Travelers,'"formidable relief work. Fights Lost Night By-th.e Associated Pres*. Kansas City—Willis Joyce, 138, Gary, Ind., knocked out Rul)y Garcia, 130, Puerto Rico, (g) 1 , .' ' New York—Irish Mickey Doyle, 157, Cleveland, knocked, _ant. Carney More, 158, Hempstea^,. N- Y., By United Press irf New York (Broadway .Arena)— Nava Esaraza, 148 1-4; Mexicp Cily, ouluoinled Phil Palme& 142, Vancouver, B, C., (10). ij New York (Bronx Park Ajrelia)-' Norman Rubio. 145 1-8, Albany. N. Y., outpointed Vinee ..|iagjalv8, Mount Vernon, N. S., (8)." ; Manchester, N. H.—Ernjei Iforle,. 149, Providence, R. I., -knocked out Jack Gagnon, 150, Toronto, (i). , \ • '• S.-jnford, Me. — Pat Qyer, 1 ' 147, Berlin, N, H., stopped Man Smallwood. 147, Boston. (3). Rutland, Vt.—Kid Williams, 130, Lowell, Mass.. knocked qW. Charley Norton, 12..9, Windsor, Ont., (3). Buffalo, N. Y. — Phil Muscato, 181, Buffalo, outpointed Joe Maxim. 186, Cleveland, (10). Jersey City, N. J.—Eddie- Murphy, 136 1-4, Jersey City, put- nointed Lou Prince, 131 1-4, Princeton, N. J., (8). '*'-. Hartford, Conn—Oeorge (Red) i Doty, 154. Hartford, outpointed Sal Ritchie, 151. B,roklyn, (8)^.' t Salem, Mass. — Tommy' Greb. •131, Boston, outpointed Blond Tiger, 127, Lowell. Mass., (10), Tranton, N. J.—Pat Murray, 142. Peterson, N, J., outpointed PaUy Zocanno, 143, Montreal, <(jL . - P M ilBll.dT; An unabridged dictionary;; printed in Braille requires 32 volumes. Mexican Bo I! Judge Landis . -' ! ; l : i -';;^;'.' *^- ' ; ' ' ' ' ; •.''-.-,•-. -' -Mexico CityV April- 1() —(UP) —.•'President Jorge -'Pasquel of the .Mexican League longed today for the. late baseball -commissioner, -J^dge K...M. -Laiv "dis', '. who jhe said would have 'upheld his rights in- dealing with" American players, , . . • Pasquel, who 'says he 'has instructed his lawyers in New /York -to file $100,000 breach of contract suits against Catcher - Mickey Owen an'd • Shortstop :Yerri.on Stephens, figured- such drastic action wouldn't 1 be necessary if Landis. were ruling -baseball, -.-..-..Criticizing Commissioner Al- b;ert B. (Happy) Chandler for failing to crack down on: Stephr ens and Owen, who recently j?ave ! up on the Mexican League, • Pasquel asked: ' "Hpw . is' it possible that the$e nien may be re-adrnitted into the- so^paUed. organized basebalMn ,tbQ~Un'ited States? Is.it possible that Commissioner .Chandler. ,will- overlook that these ,ra^n hay.e; Deceived thou-^ sanfls-' of •floll^rs- in advance and ha vfe, -signed:' fionfra'cts? .' : "Oh,- f«fr tKo<>'days "of Judge XadJs!'^ KV-:.> ,T/.-.-.. . fa FAT M AN- WIH MONEY Milwaukee, Wis., April 1.0 -^(/P)— A ' htimeward bound commuter dashed through an alley and reached his -bus with a sprint finish, leaving his trail clearly blazed by 55 .dollars in greenbacks. A girl who noted his progress from the window of an office building backtracked the sprinter and, wjth two policemen, picked up five $10. .and one $5 bills. The. currency is at police headquarters, awaiting a claimant. NOTICE "- WE HAVE MOVED U» 513 9, Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies, We do hemstitching and make button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C, W, VANPEV, Singer Qist. FIRST LINE llntprf Ayrq Supply Doug ^IfV Cqrl Bqcon VI I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. W(ri.Bf fl \V?ring fteciricol Repair* Phone 784 State Stock Receive Bids Little; Rock, April 9 — (/P)— Bids on first- construction work at the Arkansas Livestock show grounds in Liltle Rock \yill be received Aprjl 19, the state board of fiscal control decided today. The board voted to advertise for bids on clearing of, land, excavation and road construction at the site on Roosevelt road. Clyde E. Byrd, secretary-man • ager of the state association, told .the board that plans were going ahead for a livestock show this year but that recent government restrictions on building were "very crippling." "Unless these regulations are modified it is doubtful if a show can be held this fall," he said. "However, we might be able to use tents if the building program cannot be completed..". .The board approved an expenditure Of $50,000 by the University of Arkansas for construction of -a dormitory and additional class rooms 10 -relieve crowded conditions : at the University. A building appropriation was made available .by the 1945 legislature subject to final approval of the fiscal board. '•- .. ;•— o 1——..,-•-, i Both Employment 1 andr Unemployment^ Gaining in State Little Rock,.:'April 9.'—(;P)— Both employment,- .-'a, n d unemployment continues; to'increase in Arkansas Thisvabparently' paradoxical sit- uatipn,;--nr.sj,.noted several months ago, isi/anoth'er postwar development, .^Returning servicemen are available' 't6v- 'peacetime jobs, but on the other hand there are other servicemen for whom no jobs are available. D. O. Rusing, State U. S. Employment Service director reported yesterday that Arkansas' 26 local USES offices had 81,000 active applications for jobs on file at the end of March, a new high since V-J Day. However, the director also reported increased jobs placements, the service filling 0,751 positions in March, compared to 5,162 in February. ! The Employment Security divi- JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE Fc f •, P , r . < } m .> p . t , Ex P ert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd FRED'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE We specialize In REPAIRS ON Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, PeSoto, all General Motors Cars Phone 202 4th and Washington "LOOK" The Most Modern REPAIR SHOP IN HOPE Complete Aiito Upholstering Washing & Greasing NPW Open on SUNDAY ANTHONY'S Service Station Phone 1106 Wanted to Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURE STORE N. Hazel Phone 357 Questions aiid Answers Q—Who are the;:three 1 : top -Air Force commanders under (.Geli. :arl A. Spaatz? '.''. "•" .-,' A—Gen. George C.. . Kenney, Strategic; Maj.-Gen. Elmwo'od R. Quesada, .Tactical; 'Lt.-G?n.. George E. Stratemeyer,-Defense. '.: " Q—What are other names fo'r Mukden, Marichurian , industrial city and scene of fighting .between Communists? : ,' , , .j,, A—Shenyang and Fengtien. • Q—What is amber? ', •'.--';' A<—Fossilized resin. Commercial supply comes ; from Baltic Sea coast and believed to be from pine trees of millions of years ago. Q—What was the cost, of the 98 naval vessels doomed in the atom bmob tests? A—$400,000,000. Q—When was the U. S. Military Academy founded? A—1817.' • • •' : Thoughts And I was with you in weakness, and in fear, and in much trembling.—Corinthians 2:3; •' Faith is a higher faculty .than reason.—Bailey. . ' * "'.'-.: .; sion announced processing of 212,349 unemployment compensation claims for 58,798 persons in February.' Of this total; Approximately 25,000 were non-veterans civilians; 27,140 unemployed veterans' 'ar\d 6,058 self-employed veterans, Director Purifoy Gill said. February unemployment and veterans readjustment * payments totaled $3,108,177, Gill disclosed. YOU NEED MORE THAN FIVE FINGERS 'to relievo dry-Scalp itching. You need tho real help of Moroline Hair Tonic, It aids natural oils; helps to remove dandruff flakes, .MOROLINE HAIR TONIC COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures \ Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hone, Ark. Harry Segno r, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs • 1023 South Main' Phone 382-J ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 214 Ea«t 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* YOUR CREDIT IS G9QD 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 \jn town- Bargains In Secondhand Furniture AUL WORK GUARANTEED 411 S. Hazel Hempsread County For Sheriff & Collector"•-* T1LMAN BEAR0EN • . J. W. (SON) JONE&£ ,f CLAUDE H. For County Clerk 1 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 Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative ' Post 2 c, ;TALBOT FEILD, JB. * Social Situations / THE SITUATION: You are invited to dinner at a friend's house on the birthday of the host or Ko's- tess. c , WRONG WAY: Take a father expensive birthday sift. r RIGHT WAY: It is, not at all necessary tp take a gift. But .if you wish -to, .'take something like flowers for the hostess, or a book for the host. ,. i The study of the gropgraphy of the moon is known as selenog- raphy..' ••:. ... ,- - ; MATTRESSES Remade tike New - •Guarantee to Use Same Cotton — All Work Guaranteed — . Pick Up and Deliver Anywher^ Bright Bros, MoHress C;o.' Hope, Rt. 2 ,-..,. Se« Us Foi" BABY CHICI You'll like our qua Jty chicki, hotchi_ right froia-'i«lect«Jt .flocks. Hardy, (a«| FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. • COMPLETE LINE OF-'; *' OFFICE SUPPLIES ! JOB PRINTING ; i Gentry Printing Co.,: Phone 241 Hope, Ark.'-» Expert Repair Work On all nukM of Phone |118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE , Rob Clmore Auto Supply Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court •!'•••. I'.- Featuring -m. .,. • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue tFlsh • Sandwiches eSoft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Upe City Limits & Highway 67 Weft • Real Estate If you ore in the market to buy or sell Farm lancl .. or City Prpperty, call or • see .;.. : s Calvin I. Cqssidy f'V Mil •j

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