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Poge Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS • Ads Must Be In Ottice Day Before Publication 'tfumber of One Three Six •Words Day Days Days Month >tJptol5.. A5 .90 1.50 4.50 1C to 20 ... .60 211025 , ,.75 SB to 30 ...... M 3lto35 ;.... 1.05 88 to 40 1.20 •<lto45 1.35 16 to 50 ,... 1.50 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous , : Insertions Only * All want Ads Cash in Advance « Not Takfin Over the Plume For Renr THREE ROOM UPSTAIRS FURN- ished apartment. Utilities paid. Phone-688. 7-3t ii- APAR .T- with bath. Utilities paid. Nofice GRAVEL NOW BEFORE THE weather gets bad. Plione 1(M5-J. G-P.t BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TII, I will conduct night classes in shorthand for a limited number of students. If interested please get in touch with me immediately. Clarice aCnnon. 7-ilt Thursday, Scpfembflr 9, 1948 By Weufbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. New York, Sepf. Lesfr NEW SCOOTER FROM Pepper Truck. $5.00 reward for return to Hope Star Office. Lost ,, . /ly colleague, George. Hokolsky n'lnarks in one of his essays that. O. .John Roggo, a New Dealer of the old school, recently "delivi-red an ex- cell out jfyu-convmunlsl. address" although he is running for local of- jficc in Ne w York "on the ticket of i U1t a party which, for years, has been ' u '' r DR. By Huah R. Fullorton. Ji. Hope'.", Bobcat team tapered off the rough work yesterday and _ , ..... _ will run through light. j)raclice to- the right arm of communism." day in preparing for the season's Mr. Sokolsky refers to tlie so- > o .P cni "K football game here Fri- eallcd American Labor Part between Fulton and Hornan. B-3t | which is less American than for- ° stiiVs ™ ' 1 0 ___ ___ VACANT SEPTEMBER 15, room house on Highway No. '!, . Close in. R. N. M'ouscr, Phone 1212-J. 7-3t " ,4 ROOM HOUSE CLOSE IN. Lights, water and pasture. See '. E. V. Juris. Phone 1101-J. ;•- _^ 7-st ''TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED t apartment, one block from High school. Phone 5G3-J. 1-.>,i NEWLY DECORATED 4 ROOM house with enclosed porch. Pasture space. R. L. Lcwallen, Real *' * Estate. 9-3t 3 ^UNFURNISHED R O O~M S^ btrhts, water. School bus route. * $20 per month. Mrs. Chas. H. (Mottics..South Patmos road, Rt. Box 288. 9-3t MOD E R N UNFURNISHED apartment. 322 West Division, Phone 336-W. 0-31 North Elm street and Laundry. Call 1070-W. day night against Bobby Ellen's DcQuecn Leopards. Old m an weather ]>.m. Snnd.'iy Spring lfi!i'. ir, invited. n7o i K never was a labor party Old ir.an weather tool; n favor- i TT iJ^- ! r ;xcepl in the sense that some un- alilc trend last night and the cool! DO? asslm ' lla .tcd continental union pad-! wind will holt) both teams if it 8-3t & THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED « ' apartment. 222 West Ave. C. i~ Phone 757-W after 3 p.m. 0-3t . 3 ROOM" UNFURNISHElT'XFAlffl ' merit, private bath, bills paid. $30 per month. Phone? KMG-R. Jack Simpson. 9-,'jt '- FURNISHED 4 ROOM APART~ ment, bath, electric refrigerator. No children. Telephone 925-J. 4 :Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm f Street. 9-Gt FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, ~UNF~UR~- nished three-room apartment and three rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Near Schooley's FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON EAST 15th street. $2,250.00 cash,' balance $2i!.00 per month like vent. Will give possession. Floyd Por- tcrficld and Son. 8-3t POSSESSION THIS WEEK ON this attractive six room modern residence with attic fan and floor furnace. Located o'l the corner of IGth and Walker at VIA East 15lh street. About SI,500 cash required balance on easy monthly pay?nents. 821- WEST 7TH — NICE FIVE r.oom residence with attic fan, extra large corner lot. $5,500.00. LARGE SEVEN ROOM RESI- dence on comer lot, paved street extra lot for another house. V/ould make nice duplex, three blocks from town. $0,500.00. IF NONE OF THE ABOV-I SUIT you buy a lot in Beverly Hills and build your Dream house. Lois reasonably priced. Any size you want. Some choice locations left. You only need 10 percent down. For quick action on your property call Foster-Ellis, 221. 108 East Second. 8-3t rones with psychological powers j over the greenhorn vote used il to advance in our largest foreign eily the disruptive. European "multiparty system. It. Mr. flofge had not made this speech I. might not have suspected that he was ,-i.n enemy o f the Communist party. However, Mr. Sokolsky is a rood reporter and not overly-credulous , so let. the record show that O. John | ' ",f. continues tomorrow night. York. Sept. 0 — (/Pi — It: jprnb.-'bly would be poetic justice il j Hilly Meyer, who toiled to develop! .players in (he Yankee farm sys-I I tern for B0 many rears should sec it I .happen. Billy then probably would j { Put T in several sleepless nights ! : thinking about the power produced j | by his ex-pupils . . . Rookie Hank j Bauer (not eligible for the .series) i j:<!ve Meyer a sample one day j'.vhrn Billy was managing Kansas |City and Hank was playing for the Blues. . . .Meyer was coaoh- me; at third when Hank lined one ught. al him. Billy couldn't even move before the bill struck him By The Associated Pre~,3 Twenty-five games wil' Kogge has condemned nism. Some of the radicals Roosevelt following have things fine that it seems to me of. thOji,,!,,,,.,,.^,, shaved. .... , ' , , •• " iWith then- backs lhe Leopards boast 11 returning same wall. A 0 " i Oantiiriug the rivst the i, lotlermon and several new emits show promise. Besides they have 13. Hudson that the faultmustbotheirs if that the fault must be theirs if they get misunderstood. Joe Curran, the president of the National Maritime Union, had me absolutely war and convinced esneciallv during during the the o;' a crucial j Early Start series last night, th<> i Stevens Point, Wis., offers a ... Hh n^-i,,,,.. r iRH So-: plasleicd the Yankees. 10 : IiaU'-pint outboard motorboal, \viin upeiousa,,. i_,n. , t(J (; . nm , i) loro b y increased their ! '"iccr who is limited to a quart of I Amni'icau League lead to two-and- j?." s oline. . . .When Wayne Jagod a-!'ah" games . It was Boston's last year, moved to DeQuecn this summer, and is working nut with Class B is the only division the state playoff system which gins district title play right oi'i with the Class A, AA and AAA (Big Six.i tuning up against t-vriiv the squad. Jerry Reese, another | -.Vnhth former Leopard, is: back from the- "''"' Navy and will play plenty of ball, victory triumph and th in their as well as four former members!' Boston broke n of the Horatio Lions football team. ! the "seventh \vilh fi-0 deadlock a four-run b valks a m period of the Hitler-Stalin alliance Uvo '-"veil brothers. Joe Barnhill U, three hits. Uvo walks a fore" when he collaborated openly and nnc '' f '- Hinson. whose parents I n i a v aiv.l a fielder's choir-" .fee secretly with Harry Bridges who, I n ' KO have moved to DeQueon. | Pa •';<>. third Yankee pitcher who during much of that time, was by i So ( h.a visitors will actually have - v .,.-;-,s tin? vie:im oi' the rally, \vas official decision of our govern- j 1~> Icltoi'men whon they come lo charged with the loss. The' Yan- ment, a Communist under order of Hone Friday night. | kees \vere off to n riving start Henry Wallace, the candidate of. the Communists for president. Cur- ! The game o'clock. will be called at Store. Phone 30-F-ll. 9-3t TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment to couple only. Close in. Private entrance. Phone 9-31 Wanted to « HOUSE 2 OR 3 BEDROOMS TO High School Coach Jack Hop{ kins. Phone 9^94-M. 7-3t ' s j, YOUNG COUPLE~lvoULD~17nc£ ^'"i to rent one or two bedroom v ' house. No children. Good care- '' taking -of yard and house. Phone 1224-J. 0-31 ^ , Wanted to Buy ! 'ONE 1800 TYPITNATIONAL CASH •REGISTER WITH DETAIL STRIP .R|EQ $09.99, ALSO OFFICE SAFE MEDIUM SIZE' f CONTACT . MR. TOLLETT AT ; ' WEST BROS. OLD McHAE ., HARDWARE BUILDING. ' PHONE 128G. Q-3t Taken Up fiED MARE MULE WEIGHS about 800 pounds. George M. Moody, near Spring Hill 8-81 LET FOY DO" IT • Level yards « Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens o Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut fit. BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutreno Feed Dealer" (nights) FOR -» or any- House Wiring, Repa .. _.., thing Electrical. See us first Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 123 or 806 For Sale THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big tytie. Gordon H. Smart, 7 mile 29, objectives against our 'adoption of the draft, our own rearmiimmit and our shipment of arms to Britain and France, who were alleged by the Communists to be engaged in an imperialistic war of sion against Hitler. waers _, whose father "Len, 'had! 01 ' lrom out Ol lhc st:lt '-been racing outboards for 18 | The Litlle Rock Tiger:;. AA years, evinced a desire to follow ! champs last year but now men:- bis dad'd prop wash. Lon gave I hers of the new Big Si?c division, him some instruction and turned (will open their season at borne him loose on the Wisconsin river lagainst Russellville. Other leadine at th;? ripe old age of seven — for ' attractions will pit El Doi-a'io I,,,, ; safety's sake, Len limited the kid I against Blylheville at Rlythev^!-' 1 '"'•o a pint of gas for his first trip and Van Bureu against I-'i-rt but the ration has been increased |Smith al Fort Smith, to a ui'nrt. Len also stands by in • Other games: another boat while Wayne's craft i lours no and down stream as far j '.is a quart will go. ] Rer/IOVF.P FREE Wil'uin 4'i Wilfii a HORSt'S. c Mrs. Curran maintained that position until Hitler attacked Stalin in June, 1941, when overnight, the war became a people's war out on Highway against Fascism. In this I am rely- l-(il ing on a IcUer which Curran, him- LARGE WATERMELONS 75 TO 110 pounds. Corner Hope Furniture Company. E. H. Hubbard, Patmos, Route 1. 7-fit SEVEN-FOOT CROSLEY SHEL- vador in good condition. Phone 580-J. 7-3t APARTMENT SIZE GAS RANGE, practically new. Phone 1228-J. 8-3t GARDEN IMPLEMENTS, 100 feet hose, wheelbarrow, lawn- rnowor, Hoover vacuum cleaner, six tube radio, California redwood picnic table and benches. Phone 1107-R. 9-3t SEVEN FOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be seen at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Lowis- villo road. 8-Gl BOYS 2G INCH BICYCLE. GOOD as new. Telephone 950-W. 8-3t SADDLE, BRIDLE AND PONY! 404 North Hervey street. 3-3t KIEFFER PEARS, IDEAL FOR preserving and canning. No. 1 rade $2.00 per bushel. Supply limited. Experiment Phone l-F-2. SIM 8-31 ONE 15 CATIPILLAR IDEAL FOR breaking, discing and any heavy work on farm. See P. D. Oiler, three miles out on Columbus road. 8-3t WARDROBE TRUNK, '> S'fE.AM- er trunks all like new. Baby buggy, Bathanetle and Bassinet. Little Food Palace, Phone 2-1:'. 9-31 1935 CHEVROLET CAN BE SEEN at 004 Pond Street. 9-,'U NEW AND MODERN 4 ROOM house with bath, Venetian blinds. I'.i- miles on S.P.G. road. Henry Gray. Q-3t Nt ..^ff '•&t ^/-i-. il ^ >Af fc"?)* k-^f .11 iSC v.'ucn they pounded Joe Dobson to" four runs ii' i.be fi.-.st inning but the Ked So?; retaliated with';' • five runs in. Iheir half against j Dots All, Brothers Frank Shea. 1".'••!•;.' Earl Johnson i After John Rapacx, the Chicago •.-,•;••(, relieved Dobson in the sev- ; Rockets husky center from Oklu- enti). wii:; lhc winner. Yogi Berra : lionin U., played in the Chicago hit a humor for the Yankee-:-; with ; . all-<!ar game, he told friends: the liases empty in the sir.'h. j "One of (hose Cardinals knocked The Red Sox, shooting i'(jr their, me so far out of one play I 'vi.th 'Hraii'h! name !o;iay. will ': thour;hl I'd ne>. d a $7 Ucket to gel sen;! Elli.-; Kinder (7-7) again:;! j'oack into .Soldiers field.". . . .If (he i i i'oekcls don't slop losing. they'll need more dough (ban that to get back into the league. Benton at Brinklcy. Beebe at Suttgart/ Tcxnrknna Rendcrinrj Plant Dial :!-7iV.>:{ (phone C'lloei) solf, wrote me. You may remember thai Elmer Davis, the director of the Office of War Information, upon being asked to discriminate between Communists and those who weren't, laid down a rule lhal anyone who opposed our preparations for war and our help to Britain and France during the Hitler- Stalin alliance and raised the devil to get us int.o the war on Russia's side after Hitler struck mother Russia, was a Communist as far as he was concerned. tl was a strange fact, which I i never understood, that next to our j State Department and our Office of Strategic Servic,qs, : >Mr. Davis's own O. W. I. was more verminous with Communists than any other government haven. These three bureaus provided deo'p" dugouts for League cellar and also lo lay plans <-!evelnn:l s ^ third-place Indians (or a more Kuccefsful season in ' ;c ,, f ' M .', '""!!',''"' t ! '" 7 vu ' ! '"'. v HI49. over Detroit. The Indians liller! HI49. The ink was hardly dry on Wai- tors' new pact, signed yesterday afternoon, when the Reds dropped a !le . b; V,l >s , v/l1h one out in iho Ulh "'""'' u '' n •luainch .smacked a h: "'P f'oundor ;i1 Connie Berry. ''"' sn(i nnd baseman's low and with the Zol- .. ., to 1 decision to Pillsburr.'h' in','.' 1 a night game and Hopped in the ! m ' mv l '' , the " 1 ; l!; - wns league basement. Larry Doby slul across But the combined pitchor-manaf-i V ! ! ln!n % n)n - Sonlhpaw Sam Zol • refused lo be disheartened and I" 1 ' 1 - lourth Cleveland hurler had some IS 1 " 1 ' 1 ' 1 his eighth victc.rv. An remedy the I' untoi " nan was tn Sfied with his lemcnj tm.| lfilh ,. otb; .,,^ p ick Wakei'ield hom- ered for Detroit in the sixth with Nazis of the extreme ei 1 he indicated thai he irons in the Eire to situation. Mostly, ho said,, he was counting on the Reds' farm system to ,-.,.,,, supply young talent that would put i ' lc ' mlacielphia Athletics won new life into the lineup. It could n tv-i-nighl doi'.bloh-nder f«'om Bv The Associated Press Four nights remain in the Southern Associaticn season, but first place still dangles before both the Nashville Vols and the Memphis Chicks. Both Nashville and Memphis i '.von last night and the Vols hung i their game and ,1 half league ever lo down to summer Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS"H^EANED7~GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone G8D, J. M. Atkins. 211-1 mo SANDING AND FUNI3HING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call Vernon Osburn, phone 96G-W. 2-3\v le.U throughout the war, but slackers probably were not Communists because the zealot doesn't shirk a fight. Joe Curran was not a C o m m u nisi either. If because he kept getting h:,r deferred. The only time he put himself anywhere near dangerous contact with the enemy was when he took a vacation trip as a merchant sailor Africa, in beautiful wenther. As president of his union, he could write his own exemption from the draft, and yet he howled with Charlie Chaplin and Henry Wallace and Henry's thieving friend, William S. Gailnvir, for American hii;h school boys to storm the beach in Noniiandie to relieve the sirain on Russia, and save^ the lives of Russian soldiers, to kill more Americans in the next war. Once when an American merchant sailor got up at a convention of Cm-rail's union and offered a resolution condemning communism along with na'/.ism, Curran had him thravvn out for disruption. Not only thai bill Curran followed him back to New York and had him beached from an American army transport for presenting that resolution. So did Mike Quill. o£ the Trans- some of_the most bloodthirsty anti- 01 311 Home runs so far this season. i:" ul ••'•" 1! " >-'"'' .-«'neio UCHI wasu- this time into seventh nlace The wing i "But we'll make a few deals, !i !1! -'"»i V 1 . tmv , ln t'V' "^):''-'^» /"" a rockers lost a doublehearie'r lo chcso too, if they arc to lhe advantage i, 1 to •• ^'"''ll 1 "'}' , 7 '',""'.' r ?^ " ll a Litlle Rock 4-3 and 8-5 to allow the real ot out team," said Waiters. He did( h '"? lcr ""•"' Phil.-ulchihia -i th'. see- 1 Travelers to slip ahead in!-, si-lh true not indicate what deals he had in!°" d !7;i " ic ;lncl :i ' ll! ' : Majc-ski of 'place ' ' mind. Half-serionsly, half-joking, he was looking for some help from a pitcher named Walters — at least two more victories, anyway. "I've won 19!! in my career," said Bucky. "and I want to make that 200 before I quit as a pitch- <he A's team's F Dick Weil; and Fort-e and a nk Mak'xki eolleeted 111-. 1 "' m' vcn I'.'.i:' against Rookie! up 'oi'i'es; Thompcon. j and H-j' The Browns and Whito Sox. i -r-rv scheduled to meet in a - - • ' header were rained out. PiUsbii'-nh erent to ^yilllin runs Chattanooea rose p fourth place "Mobil" 8-3 nnd-a-half port ens' Union, also of the CIO and so did Louis Cohen, a non-combatant anti-Nazi become president, of the Office 1 and Professional Workers' Union. also naturally, of the C'lO. under the name of Lewis Merrill. Mr. Quill and Mr. Merrill both had me fooled because their lingo and (their associations and their po Jii pro- e;;l i'e(Kirlee in all situation? African palm oil, uset cessing steel plates, costs about almost identical with that of five times what it did before Communists. Mr. Cm-ran ami World War II. | Quill v.as tr.e Mr. had political trounble FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN havi with lhe C'onir'.mnists within t union;, 1 sineo the .Russian.-.; be;;;in '•o piek on our people in Herlin. No\v (hey ;.re either violently on the outs with them or puliim; np a very deeeptive ilramn. ' Mr. Merrill jus! <li.'-;ipue,'ii'"<l qtiietlv one (lay anil I hnven'1 heard him ;'inee, bill 1 heard that it v.-as \ Hie Communists who pushed him ' By The Arsocialed Press American League St. uiii.i al Chicago C2>. Detroit at Cleveland (night. 1'hladelphia at Washington night. New York at Boston. National Leaoue Bf/ston al Philadelphia inighii. l'i'()f;!,'l\ n r,t New York (night. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Chicago ai St. Louis might'.. Last ni'jbt's results. American League Bo.'ton HI Mew York (i. Cleveland ;: Detroit 7 (11 n i n L; s i. Philadelphia 10-5 Washington St. Louis at Chicago, both !;ani'.:s| l National League Chicago -1 St. Louis '2. Philadelphia a New York '1. PiltsburKh 5 Cincinnati 1. Only tames. Southern Association Memphis 12 Birmingham 7. Nashville 7 New Orleans :i. . Mobile 2-0 Chattanooga 8-14. Atlanta 3-5 Little Rock -1-U. • Texas League Dallas 5 Tulsa -I. Oklahoma Cily (i Fort Worth 5. lloiis'.iai ;•) Shreveport 3. Heaumont at San Antonio rain, j Gilbert, manager of the Vols. was honored with an appreciation nichl which ho made "further notable by announcing his re' iromeiit. Charlie Workman Singled herne a run in the second nj< lo lie the all-time associa- •n record o' 1H7 runs batted in. "n Poiiic ':t-< the i->^n-cJ for the n-i..'. Vols back in 1930. Little Ee,r-i;'s Alex Ronay was ingy v.'ith hits in the first game !h Atlnnta. giving up six. but in e second game l.'ie Carckers ' acl; with L". l.iule Rock got l":.'!s in (he second game. Games toniqlit: At:an'.a at Little Rock (2). R'.'-miughani at Memphis. - l M<jt;ile at Chalatnooga. 3-gjJG Leodes'* The Associated Press •:>, —Williams, Boston and (i. d: vekmd ..-ififi. Bntted In—Di Magaio, New .•!i)i:",is. l : !.:s'j-.n U?l. --Henrich. New York 10!); •i Mag:..io Boston Klii. Mils — Roudreau, Cleveland 174- lit'.-hel! Cleveland Hi'! For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Cafl 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brewsttr Refrigeration Service has had 22 years experience in all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration an-f Air Conditioning. No Job too large or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edgewood Ave, Phono 1280 "We Go Anywhere Any Time" FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone c&0 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Barv/ick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phone . . . 231-J . Washini'ton Ma»!5io, New Fnhrit: exn Mills: the)' viflll <li J'H'll, man InmjaTs J'.'.\|)eri. iuo. I: TAILORED F F -\

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