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V*«^^ 10PE SjAR, H.0.M,, ARKANSAS By Chick Young Thursday, April 11, 1946 ien I grabbed Shovels' fun, it went off. Needles was in ! I'LL, HAVE TO BEND THAT THXtf&A ^ ^ "^NT AN 0 ™EN I'LL. GO OUT TO MV TRUCK AND SET A BLOW TORCH AND THE ELECTRIC —t DRILL MAYBE IF YOU TURN THIS VALVE feKW\K^>°^AHOLE THRU THAT METAL PLATE • INyOTHEB WORDS X THAT'S ABOUT IT; WR. . CHECKING ON DOlVIS NOW ..ALSO ST0BY COULD BE TRVIMS TO *S STCRV WE ' VE < 5° T TERMINAL '. Side Glances By Galbftiith T COME V THE TRUTH / CANCEL THE FORWARD WITH SOME INFORfAATION MODEST Tr.dtm.rk ItnlM.rtd u. S. Puitnt Offlt. RESERVATION FOR CAPTAIN EASV-WESr ON FLIGHT 77- PLEASE! SNOW'S DglVINS 50 FAST CAN : HARPI.y SEE A THING.;: BUT THAT'S AN H IP '•VV-WHAT'S BLIZZARD'S STARTED HAPPENING ] A SNOW-SLIPE UP OP ON THE / ON THE MOUNTAIN/ LISTEN TO KOARf . AVALANCH IP I EVER HEARD " WILL YOU BUY ME A BOWL AT THE FIVE AND TEN ABOUT SO ROUND ? •T^T ~—'— ~ : :—• — f , . ' . ' !l+ — ii }'.'Remember how he used to"gripe about oflicers' quarters' . 'Dear Dad, I'm 'sending 'this^cihiclk back for" 'j"'/"' beina better than G.J.s'?" " (Size: it's too small!" ' J jfifimy Business By Hershberger Freckles and His Friends By Slosser .RIGHT our FRONT. ¥ael*UTiFVL!li BEFORE I ORDER, WHAT'S THIS COVER 1 HOPE I "DON'T APPEAR TOO EAGER/ B^HOUP ITS ACTION] If, in ^ con-msiYHEAsny-icriNf fit Gimme half a dozen with worms in 'em!" COPfl. 184< BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M RE Thimble Theater PAEDOM, /MISS SUSAN, .._ BUT MARRYING. A /WAN t MARRIED, ^ TO REFORM HIM \s ' TO BE QUITE RESERVATIONS CVOWtS f xool - 1 By J. R. Williams Our Boarding Hoqse Wi>h ' V^OKO.TMGGS/ FAR HORl^ONiS 600MD LIKE PAGE FROM AM OLD rtOMEL.M'KSOR/•-*«- BLVT A MOOSE OP NOUR . LUR& AAN 6VPSV BLOOD/ LOOK, H6R& IS KHAKTOfA A CORRAL PER. \ A . SUMP'M TH/-CT Jl LOTj PAWS A LOT.' 60R,DONi FELL .' TI4£ 30V OF SOlMG-~-riOTA.T THE OUGHT TO STPCV ' j \ DISTANCE OF THE; 80T INS A, TML-MASTED SCHOOLER, V^ITH A, STAR. TO STEER HER 8V/ n&BB£ HE HEADED TOV>)'\f?D 1HE OfD HAUN1E FOLKS S'Vt t-tlrtG-3 HAPPEN.' HIDE LIT1LE BEAVER F?A>M A.VJA1 HOME.HL SPRIWO PLOWING ^'w.i.H,.7^' VJL '4i'MKWM)llti|l«ltelH!)(Stt^^JMie^^ '• ; •.' . ' •'" "'-'•• "•'"" ••'"'. : ' ..... T "T " --—^'•^' "'•*/ >'*«^i«c'w t -*»t | B J *afiflTW^,i«f4«B**s««*i»* u»,s Thuridoy, April 1^ 1946 HOPE S T A *> HOP E, A R KANSAS ASS *n VA, i *u MUSt Be In Office D ay Before Publication AH Want Ad. Cash In Advance . Not Tak,n Over the Phone i ward, minimum 30c SI • word, minimum 50e o for Continuous Insertions Only ' TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL- „«« MORE For Sale C -P;?, T ° N f PLANTING SEED, first year from brooder. Germi• >J* lU 9 n . °0 Per cent. See T. S. Me- L ____ _ __ _ •S>OW AND 6 PIGS. SEE "wT" B! .^^Juiggles orplione 31-J-4. 0-Gt •TWO POUND PRIE'HS 'FOR' SALE" Elm. 10-31 R|:GIS"TERBP~POLLED""'HER'E- • ford bulls, 14 to, 18 months old , Prices reasonable, All of good : breeding. Will make you money <J registered or. commercial . 5-61 ONE NEW frOME ON WEST AVE- fjhuo. B. 5 rooms with bath. One complete set of furniture. Pur_tell & Taylor. Phone 195-J. 8-6t HIGH QUAUrF~ifA~Y OLTJ . chicks, also started chicks. Hope ^ Feed Co. _ 8 . 6l ;COOD GRADE PURPLE HULT.i peus. 15 c per pound. W. S. Mc- jjjs. tunic,- Rosston,- Route 2. '8-3r 1041 CHEVROLETT GOOD "cOND'f- tlon. Sec Ben Camp, five miles out on Palmps road. 9-3t )o ( Bois'ARc"p"6 Floyd Porterfield. ' SEE 0-Gl TWO PIECE L I V I N~G ROOM suite, practically new. Couch makes into 'bed. Baby bed and ^mattress. Phone 750-W. ().;n DEEP WELL DRILLING~EQuiF- rncnt. Mrs. A. S. Wells, Prescotl. Phone 312. g.ot TWO WOOL FELT .v^.,, $100. Inquire City Bakery or call -,802-W. \ 9.31 ONE LOAD OF CUTOFF BlJoCKS Delivered in city limits. S3 00 Fred Hartsficld. 1008 West Avo • B. g. 3 t Real Estate for Sale FEKT in * now colored fihover Village Addition just east Ycrger High School. Buy now, choice lots available. Cusli or terms. Foster- Ellis, 108 East Second. Phono JOHN DEERE RIDING PLANT- cr.. $30. See Robert Rowc, Old Fulton road. , 10-31 LARGE TOMATO PLANTS^ ready to set out. Red Velvet Porto Rico potato plants, 50 per 100. $3.50 per lOOO postpaid. Tom Watson watermelon seed $1 50 '.per pound. H. A. Smith, 'Rt. 3 Prescott, Ark. ]Q-3t 1939 DODGE, '/j TON PICK-UP truck, good condition, five pood tires, Bull frame, ice frame, ball and sheets. Mrs. Louie Front?., DcAnn. n-Gt FOSTER-ELLIS 402 SOUTH FULTON, SIX-ROOM house, good condition, corner lot, 75 x 150 feet, priced to sell. WEST FOURTH STRRET, NICE lot, 50x150 feet, bargain. 222 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, Ififi-fool depth, in excellent residential district, abstract furnished. CORNER ELM AND EAST SEV- en th, large residence, 75x150 foot lot and three 50x150 residential lots in rear. IN PHILLIPS ADDITION, COR- nor residential lot, 50x130 feet. See us before you buy. 108 Enst Second, phone 221. 4-3t TWO ADJOINING RESIDENTIAL lots, each 50 by 150 foot. Park addition. Both for $400. 40 ACRE FARM, NEW FIVE room house, deep well, garage, Delco. system, five miles north east of Hope, one mile off High_ way G7. 8-Gt MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE, two 3 room apartment on West 4th Street. Northwest corner of courthouse square, GO by IfiO foot lot. See W. M. Ramsey, 094 West 5lh Street. j)-4t By CHICK HOSCH Atlanta, April 11 — (/P)— Approximately 48,000 fans arc expected to witness tomorrow's inaugural games of the Southern Association' For Rent BEDROOM WITH KITCPIEN PRI- •' vlleges to couple only. Apply 217 West 13th Street. 4-Gt <.~/OOM FOR RENT TO BUSINESS - couple, with , breakfast. Phone 33. ' 4-Gt CUSTOM-MADE METAL VENE- tian blinds'. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Company, 1123 County "Avenue, Texarkana, Ark. 10-3t 1939 FOUR DOOR FORD DELUXE radio and heater. Clean inside nnd out. 109 North Washington. -.^ 10-31 GOOD QUALITY BROAD BREST ,V Bronze Turkey Poults, Book your •' orders now. Feeders Supply Co. ' . 10-1m TWO STORY, TWO LOTS, OLD house, well located. 16 ACHES ON HIGHWAY, SMALL house. THREE ACRES, FOUR ROOM I house, well located. NICE BUILDING LOTS, JUST west of courthouse. SEVERAL NICE FARMS, WELL located nl fair prices. GOOD BLACK LAND NEAR PAV- ed highway. 5 ROOMS, TWO ACRES AND store on highway. OURS IS" A COMPLETE REAL ES- tatc Service, to the seller, the buyer and the loan Company, on a fair and equitable basis to all concerned. C. B. Tyler, Licensed Broker, 119 Cotton Row. 9-Gt WHITE FRAME FOUR ROOM house on.Main Street in Emmet. ' ?!G5tt...Tom White. Emmet. U-Gl NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE AND acre and half of land in Spring Hill. Gas, water and lights. See Mrs. Thomas Collins, Spring Hill, ' 10-31 PLENTY HIGH QUALITY BABY chicks. All heavy breeds, $12 per 100 or 13c in lesser amounts. Feeders Supply Co. 10-1 m NICE FRONT ROOM FURN1SH- e.d, private entrance. Prefer Working girls, 517 West 4th St. 1 11-31 Notice faTEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better ' ' " ~" 14-lm bargains. Phone 476. 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 For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third 8t, Hope, Ark NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, LOT nncl lialf, good neighborhood, can give quick possession. Floyd Porterfield. ]f)-lf 6 ROOM HOUSE, 7 MILES SOUTH~- cust Emmet. Write J. E. Woodul, Emmet. Rt. 1. Box 5D. 10-3t NEW MODERN FIVE ROOM house, immediate possession. See Harry Blanton, 220 East 13lh Street. n-et Wanted fro Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- turo, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone J373. ^ ii-im WILL PAY CASH FOR 1937, '38, '39 Chevrolet, or Ford. Phone 105-W or show at 323 North Hamilton .after G p.m. 5-Gt Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores-Franchise and merchandise uvniiaoic now for new Associate Siurcs. Write or wire Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1, Texas. i9-2m Found TWO RED AND BLACK SPECK- led pigs about 5 weeks old. Came to my place April i. See L. J. Bluckman, Rt. 4, Hope. Owner may have same by paying for feed and this ad. 9-2w TAKEN UP WITH MY CATTLE three hereford cows since April 1. Sec W. B. Ruggles or phone 31-J-4. . 9-Gt Wcmred WASHINGS AND IRONINGS, bring to Mrs. W. C. Ward, old DcAnn highway, two mileu out. 11-IH Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES ~ All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. ADVENTURES IN SPACE: The Story of Radar rug* Seven No. 9: A Due! of Rockets BY DAVID DIETZ NoteilI Sclo.neo Writer; Author of "Atomic Wnorffy In the Com.inK Krn," Etc. ( Written /or WE A Service; (1) There never will be a split second to lose in the "push-button" war of the future. When an enemy rocket •with its atomic bomb load shows up on the giant oscilloscope of a home defense base it must be destroyed at once.- It may be traveling several hundred miles away, dozens of miles above the earth, at a speed of' several hundred miles a minute. It must be attacked by a rocket -with a speed as great if not greater, and airplanes l;or this purpose will long ;have been obsolete. Only a few minutes after it,shows on the radar oscilloscope in a commandant's quarters it may lay w|itji|e hundreds of square miles and kill nflllipns Of people. (2) As soon a'kfthe enemy rocket appears on the .cbrnmandant's oscilloscope, he presses*'* button. This automatically connects',-'his radar with the rocket emplacement nearest to where the enemy rocke't^appears. Immediately the range and djjjfecttoni of the defense rocket in the Emplacement - is automatically set. An i,nstan;t,later it Is released and .is on its ".way. The com- mandant's radar controls Its direction, as it speeds after the enemy's missile. (3) In a moment the commandant sees his own rocket traveling toward the enemy's buzz bomb. Both are traveling miles above ground. The enemy rocket is still a safe distance from its intended destination. He sees the two rockets on the face of his radar scope. . Then suddenly both disappear. He knows that his own rocket has done its work; it has blown the enemy bomb to .atoms. If this rocket had failed the result would have been disastrous. -(1)' The battle in the push-button war is over, in a few minutes. Momentarily •the country has been saved. The commandant with the pusli of a button, has done more than all the defense armies of the past may have accomplished. Outside it is night. The populace c6Uld not have heard the approach of the enemy rocket, it was traveling so fast. Neither could it have heard .the rush of the defense rocket for' the same reason. People are not aware that a battle is taking place until they are startled by an earth-shaking explosion high in the stratosphere and a hlindine 'flash of light. - ; '...... TOMORROW: A Ticket to the Moon;, Southern to on Friday SPORTS BODNDUP •Ir lub 1 FiDirtM. Jr.- New York, April 11 —(#•)— Sim- 'just one -troupe of old-timers hold- my Crowley, All America football ing clinics for high school .base- conference commissioner, is warn-1 ball coaches, the major leagues Wanted fro Rent WANTED. TWO ROOM FURNISH- ed apartment. Couple only Phono 842. Mrs. Frank I. Shiver. 4-Gt Lost BROWN TOY MANCHESTER. Woodard Breed, 425 North Elm Street, phone 1043-R. 9-3t ing his athletes that fabulous 'offers from the National League have a stinger attached in 'a 48- hour cancellation clause. . And National Leaguers point out that the A.A.C., originally organized "to give the "layers a break" will be faced with the problem of cutting down sciuads of 50 or more men I per team to conform with 'player I limits soon after the season starts. . . .The All American already is Irving to start some new minor lops to take care of the overflow, since the other league already has the existing minors tied up. . .From this angle, it seems that as many athletes will get caught in the middle in this scrap ns will be profiting by' higher wages. . . One sure thing is that if the leagues ever agree, the players will be the ones who suffer. TWO GILT PIGS, 3 MONTHS old, one red spotted and the other white. Reward. Mrs. R. B. Kindrick. Rt. 1, Hope. 10-31 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- AiWec'k Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana. 19-lm REGISTERED SPENCER COft- setiere, individually designed corsets, brassiers, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs Ruth Dozier, 318 North Elm St. Hope, Ark. Phone 144-J. 20-lm LAWN MOWERS. REPAIRED See (Oscar) T. B. Fenwick, 1015 West Avenue B. Phone 195-W 10-31 FemoEe Help Wanted EXPERIENCED" w A i T~R"ESS wanted. Diamond Cafo. Phnno 822. 3-tf GOOD JOBS FOR FORMER MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALISTS (MOS) JOB Rorlln Repairman, Fixed Station Intercept Control Tcchnicia Trar.smitte. 1 Attendant, Fixed Station . . . . Sound Recorder, FA . Radiosonde Operator . Wire Repairman, VHF . Radio Repairman, VHF . Radio Mechanic, PQ Target Airplane . . . Radio Operator-Mechanic. AAF Radar Observer Mechanic, Bombardment , . . , MOS Grades 649 S, 4, 3 in 768 4, 3, 2 798 S, 4 . 836 5,4,3,2 942 S, 4, 3 . 950 5,4 . 951 5,4,3 993 5,4,3 2756 5,4, 3 2867 4,3 and many other skills. Here's a new opportunity for good, steady work at good pay. If you wore honorably discharged from the Army on or after May 12, 1945; and hold a grade in one 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., Toxarkana, Ark. SEE US FOR • , . , Wallpaper Paint Glass Roofing Lumber Cement Sand Gravel Screens ALL BUILDING MATERIAL Phone 178 Harlan-West Lumber Co. Hazel and Division One-Minute Sports Page Is there anything in the story that Ben Cnrnevale, who brought t h e North Carolina basketball team to the NCAA finals" this spring, nas been chosen to coach the Navy team?. . . Instead ' of plan to send out several gtoups this summer. . Lery Zimmerman of the -Philly Eagles says he 'may not be the No. 1 back in pro football but he's the first to own a jeep. If they'll let him t-ake it on the field next fall maybe he can pick up a few extra yards. . . If he shows the same improvement as his daddy, Fighting Fox, did as a three-year-old. Look ior Fighting Frank to be Very much in the Kentucky Derby. He wasn't bad last year with three wins in seven starts. Unanswered Question .Wonder if Basbeall Commissioner Hapy Chandler let something slip when he finally commented on the Mexican League "jumpers" after wisely keeping silent for a long time . . : Happy said: "In any controversy involving our players; ; we will be on their side. Alter all they are coming back at -our call;" . . The last seven words 'don't fit in very well with the Browns' and Bums'. Protections that they didn't lift a linger to get Vern Stephens and Mickey 'Owen back. 13,000 Veterans to Disembark on .- • Both Coasts Today,' - By the Associated Press .,. .'*• More than 7,200 service personnel are scheduled to arrive today at two west coast ports aboard eight vessels, while 6.178 more trops are due to debark from seven vessels at New York. , : Arriving at San Francisco are two ships ,6,665: San Diego, Calif., six vessels, 577. L ^.,. Fights Last Night By the Associated Press / . New York — Pedro Biosco,. 138 1-2, Mexico City, tko Fi-ankie" Rubino, 138 3-4, Broklyn, 2, %?.•"'<! Camden, N. J. — Pedro Tplrpo, 130 3-4, Uamden, tko Jimmy'.Collins, 132 1-2, Philadelphia, |£- By United Prpss : ''"' Memphis, Tcnn. — Mike Rafa, 12!), Pitsburgh outpointed /Eddie Berlolino, 132, Galveston, .Tex., (10). Binghamton, N. Y. — Frankie Best, 172, Ithaca, N. Y.,- * out 461h season, rated as one of the most unpredictable in the league's history. Last year, 31,557 turned out. Biggest cjuestion mark hanging over the eight clubs is not a lack of manpower, as was the case during the war, but the uncertainty of how strong each club will be. All agree that they are stronger than last year, when Atlanta ran away with the pennant. Just about every club has -a good sprinkling of pre-war material, and most of them have plenty, but not in the right proportions. Each team is short in one department or another and top-heavy in others As example of the transformation the teams have undergone since last fall is evident in Allan- la s situation. The Crackers have only two of last year's regulars bank, but 12 of 17 sports editors polled on the probable outcome Pick Manager Kiki Cuyler's club to repeal. The other clubs, starting their first year as a class AA lop with a resumption of the 154-game schedule, aro picked in this order: Nashville, Memphis, Chattanooga New Orleans, Little Rock, Mobile «ncl Birmingham. The All-Star game and the Dixie series with the Texas League also will be resumed this year and the player and salary limits increased under (he higher rating. Each team this year will play 77 games at home, including 11 Sunday doubleheaders. After tomorrow's openine games at Atlanta. Memphis. New Orleans and Nashville, the clubs are 'die Saturday play doubleheaders Sunday and then take Monday off i nn second round of openers involving the same pairings are set lo- tbr. other pities on Tuesday Probable batteries and attendance for the curtain raisers are: Birmingham (Wa'lly Gaddjs and Dick Wentworlh) at Atlanta'^ (Bill Ayers and Mike Ulisney) (13,0.00) Mobile (Bill Thomas and Ijruce Edwards) at New Orleans (George ! Turbeville and Mark Carrola (12,000) fbatiannca (Hardin Cathey and Bob Comiskey) at Nashville (Leo Twardy and Paul Gillespiej .(8,• Little Rock <Sld Peterson o&ffiob Williams and Rudy Laski) at Mem- nhis (Horn"'' SprflSins or Fred Biggs and Harry Chpzen) (10,000). « t . Recreation Lap! Blamed forCrime '•Litle'Rock,-April 10 — (/P)—The current;' upward trend in juvenile delinquency may bo blamed on a community's failure to provide wholesome recreational facilities for high school students, "William K .Amq, Little Rock recreation director, 'told the annual conference of Arkansas probation officers here today. • "Little Rock needs three recreational centers, one for each 30,000 people," Amo said. He' asserted that unless steps were taken toward developing such recreational facilities, juvenile delinquency here would grow much worse during the next five years. "During the war money was plentiful and children could buy entertainment or could get jobs easily," he said. "Now there will be less jobs and money for high school children and they will frequent pool halls and night clubs to a greater extent." Municipal Judge H-arb pf Lille Rock presided at this morning's session .of the probation officers. Paul Brown, president of the organization, was in charge of the business session. —; O Atoms in an ordinary kitchen stove emit enough invisible infrared rays to permit the taking of photographs of nearby objects in total darkness with a photographic film sensitive to the rays. Service Men Return By BILLY EVANS President, the Southern Association (Written for United Press) Memphis, Tcnn., April 11 —(UP)—The Southern league is highly optimistic about the 194G baseball season for a number of convincing reasons. First, we have the return of many former stars from the armed forces. In addition, there ore many prize rookies back who had 'just made the grade when the service called them. This means that in addition to those on the reserve list, all Southern Association camps had plenty of player quantity and, fortunately, a surprising lot of quality, on their rosters. Not only have we the players under control, but with a wider range of player and salary limits under our new AA classification we are in position to offer a superior brand of baseball. The public will like it, and I am sure will prove it at the turnstiles. Every club in the league will be greatly, strengthened this year over last season's standards. If. we are fortunate*enough 'to have a highly competitive race — and I run of the opinion that we will have — then I wouldn't be surprised if we broke all attendance records since the establishment of the Southern Association 45 years ago. Twenty years ago, in the 1925 season, the Southern Association played to 1,351,570 people. With an interesting race this year, the game's greatest magnet at the gate, we may play to 1,500,000. When you consider that last year, on a MO-gnme schedule, we 'drew 1,194,122, it is apparent that I am not unduly optimistic in hoping that we will break the 1925 -mark on -a 154-game card. Perhaps in all the history of the league there never has been a spring training season vo compare with the 1946 event. In the camps of the eight southern clubs there were gathered more than 500 players in all. Not a club had less than 00 men report while several had State Burns Millions of Own Mortgages Political Announcements The Star ifc authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the, action of the Democratic primary elections this Summen . Congress, 7th District PAUL GEREN BRUCE BENNETT 8th Judicial Circuit '. *, For Prosecuting Attorney^* - J CHARLES W. • JAMES H. PILKINT.PN'""„^ Hempstead "County' ** For Sheriff & Collector iXHUAtM I 1 TILMAN BEARDEN " J t ' * J. W. (SON) JONES "~«.»-W~~XJ' CLAUDE H. SUTTON . For County 'Clerk" ' ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer ' fr ' MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD' 1 .McCORKLE, ',,»"*.*. '••..-•-- SYVELL" A.' BURKE " * J For County Judge ^ v FRED A. LUCK , ,-, rl, Tax C. COOK Litle Rock, April, 10 —(/P)—'Bonds representing approximately' $5,-' 000.000 in state obligations were destroyed .'today by ,'fire" t— ; i purposely. They were ;thV p.aidi and> cancelled direct obligations' of the state which had -bce'n redeemed in the last two 'years,. . > v Included were- about ' $40*0.000 wcu-th oi bonds purc'hased' in' 1945 by the state fiscal 'control board in ndvnnce of maturity. ' ' The burning took'place' at' an incinerator in the rear of the Capitol power plant under the personal direction of Governor .Laney as chairmam of the fiscal control board and the board secretary, Frank Storey. The issues included state highway and toll, bridge refunding, bonds, Confederate pension bonds, 1 hospital ^construction bonds, permanent school refunding . bonds; penitentiary refunding . bonds, A. M. & N. college notes, University of: Arkansas building notes, Arkansas State College library, construction notes and university' of Arkansas endowment bonds. O ; r Bolivia has two capital cities— La Paz, the actual seat of. government where executive and administrative work is .conducted, and Sucre, the legal capital where the national Supreme Court holds its sessio'hs. ' •''•". For Representative JW ' ; Post 1 ?^ <,,J GLEN WA"LKER -!'! For Representative Post 2 TALBOT KEILD, JR: i S Social Situations 31 f.l THE SITUATION: You are ad-!! dressing wedding invitations or '«; annnunnements. , '-ii WRONG WAY:-Write "Mr. and"! Mrs.-D. H. Smith." »l •RIGHT WAY: Write: . "Mr., ^nl',! Mrs. Dennis Harlan f Sm1tli7^ TFulf, names, rather than initials ^should , be used in addressing all^forB: invitations and announcements.) The word Tammany refers" "So an Indian chief wh"o is said tp have welcomed William Penn. ^ pointed Willie Davis, 173 1-2, Youngstown, O., (8). Providence, R. I. —Jackie Webber, 138, Pawluckct, R. I., sloped Allie Wolfe, 138, Newark, N. Y., (G). NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. 57SR FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main Doug /""ITV Carl Bacon V*i I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICF. Fop Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING iyiACH',INES 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 aa many as 80. With' so much quantity, it is reasonable,to expect quality. One pleasing feature about the return of National defense players in our league was the fine condition in which all of'tH'em 1'epbrted. The big fellows were, very''much i,n evidence in every baseball camp this spring. Of the clubs .that I .have seen in action in Spring training, it has seemed to" me that trie good hitters have hit their stride the slowest. Fielders and pitchers have all regained their Jorm'-rapid- ly. All of which makes for tense, tight baseball, and we may -see a pitchers 'year in the Southern. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Gas Phone 370 Hope, Ark. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixti^res Plumbing Rbpaili^ HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating ' Phone 259 Hocie, Ark. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs 1023 South Main Phone 382-J Wonted fro Buy USED FURNITURE of all kinds COMMUNITY FURNITURi STORI 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of cap and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. Motor Repairs—Light FIxtMret Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd 8t PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances 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. Hotel MATTRESSB Remade Like New -~ Guarantee-to Use Same Cot*8S" — All Work-Gl!)a'r£inte"e'd-^°* > Pick Up and 'beirVej^fiywhe.re 1 Bright Bros. Mattress Co." Hope, Rt. 2-, i Phone*34-J-2 - ' u liu . .51 FEEDERS SUPPLyCOL : - -r"4th and tar.8tt "-){;••' PhpS* »7,£ T ^' •IW '"' COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES': JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark, Expert Repair W0r|r;"" On"all makeajj'of caWi ; 'J Phone 1118 . ."* BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm Sf.' -"' "^ COMPLETE RADIO SERVICED u Bob Elmore Auto Supply-^ » Loe's Tourfst" Cafe - Featuring ~-. . ••• -M. • Steaks • Fried -Chicken • Barbecue »Flsh. • :• • Sandwiches tSoft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private • '' Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 \ye?t Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or --' "'' see Colvin E. Cqssidy 4§9 Hope, Ark. , *»« Jlij % n [it 1 i a- M H !i 8 i t,'

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