Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 6, 1948 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, October 6, 1948
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS For Rent Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Njimherof One Throe Six One Words Day Days Days Month UP/o 15 4!5 .00 l.r,0 4.50' 19 °20 GO 1.20 2.90 0.00 j 21 tO 2,T 7? 1 f,n •> rn 7 - f) 2?i°3jJ .'mi .s'8 £$ 3$ j I' '°35 1.05 2.10 3,f,0 30.50 86 to 40 1.20 2.40 4.00 12 fju I J* ° 4j> 1.35 2.70 4.50 J.'UO I <G to 50 ... 1.50 3.00 0.00 15.001 Rales arc for Continuous Insertions Only • AH Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not la'con Over the Phone By Westbrooft Pooler Copyright, 1047 By King Features Syndicate. White Sox to Get- General House Cleaning Cbica"o. Oct. 0 —i,}' : Ttie Comi^ key f;i,-,. ; )iy j.-, expected t o con , L1 -' 1 ' ] e 'Is or;,ai/-i;ion;'i honv-! ^osloi!. Oct. n — I/Pi eloanirr; of fj u , !,,s!p>bice Sox I-,;/ appoinlim; F ,•;,-„).; American A: rociai'. as £:rner,il manager i, o r ;e i ,~- - - — **.-•.. -i i/i / Red Rolfe i Whiio | u '' 10 '"JSSC'K the Detroit farm sys-I 7..-me i 1 ' 1 "" 1 - '-'-'as bsleniiiK in on n press-] ' j on president. |"' 0 ; ri discussion of the weather V. ..Mid tlir.- moi taiity of baseball exec-t ibe chili's fronf T''- ;V( s - • • -Leslie O'Connor, at the I annouiK-eni'-nt i ,.'' l -'P'>i f. is Ihe most recent ex- Is ItiKf out and thc beys i Town ing y Luciano Linked With Seized Narcotics Gorlin Oct. fi — OF) — Thc Amer^'.'•n Military Government's official -ton-nan newspaper said today a meeting of the Communist hilc'ma- uonal Inlormation Bureau (Comin- Los Anfieles, Oct. — -...,..,,,,,1 j-iLUL-tiu >^.[iinin- ^'o /\MK</ivb, WUL, ij. — j/i j ) — Cali- ioir, was held recently in Dessau, fo\ nia-bom Tomoya Kav/nkita con- i ' , y n es in i lie bo\'iet znnc! of Germany. <->erman Communist leaders par- victed of commilliiii' 3 ROOM FURNISHED "APART-! mcnt, noor Schooley's Store | Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone • Ck Harvard: Harvard: Harvard: .,„,,, Oiu.-e ,-i j'loriou:; name in A'.iH-ri-j _ L__L! • *- u "'l;ean culture- and pairiuii.-m--" even.' party ne-.v 'modern"house" v'-'iih :'!'"' '"' ; ""H"''"-'I. nmatonri ;m and larjje livinf- room and fireplace ; ' '•' '-' : '' l ' ; ! u "'""'' !rv;lra '' ; "•'"'' " • " ~ - ; - - -. I J " U '- • ! re.,')'.' nod today ;;:; tin.- I;'-nnc-l of r jl " 5 ? n p ii BWN&^fs If UiiSiiHys fir-;,,-,i i • '"""-""-'L leauers par- "s-unsi. /vo.encan war prisoiv-rs lie IK. led in (ho meclint;, Die Neue wink: be was an interpreter "at '-eium» said. jJapnn'.s nfamons Camp Oe<-ann One of the major items 'on the )S unflc >' sentence of death for trea- |C,oniinform agenda, the newspaper I Jnn ' is.i^.i. \yas "ibe atlitude of tne Com-| Federal Judf'e William C i ' ,n ni , I'. 1 1|K! c ' v 'ent of an open ! Malhes yesterday sentenced the ;'-""'"«• iL'ii-year-old Nisei to die in the <>as ''-nuhrel' U bnnr ne , ,T Il '" m 1hl '"'' r TIu ', AMG ° 1 ^' 111 attributed its in- I;] 11 '" 1 , 1 "; 1 ' ",' San Q 1 '™1'» Prison. fK-M- mVin,' 1H ,- lod ;' y to '-'-owd; forrnai on to circles close to the!?" , clate l " r ^ execution was '' Sn " ke h T r ^'°- S ' -° heilr "John-Centra] secretariat of Germanv's | flxcri ' '° ! ,,-, I3 d ' :lns ' I Communist-dominated Socialist I Morris Lnvine. defense counsel r rom Pn«lni;n.-i^,. T,.,.,,, r> -rr. .... ' Unity P.-mv (<<T.".ni ;,v,n,nri;.i(ni,. j-o...i ,. ' < -" l -."-^'-i, jj-n i .v mv.v moaorn House vii)-,:,, , ," ,_...,,..,,.,,-.,., ,,,,,, ._ te ! ^ !i F,'^e^, fi c-:;:-, i<;•;;— i^i^;:r^ a '-.."p Hav iRf h>rf -^!x^ii.?LTif^:'-'^ i m 1 fll1 kid ^ £^a _ >i./(.-,.-. i ne v.noii- exieni ol Inoir m-i " FRONT BKDROOM WITH p K j. jflin-nce on American destiny v.'ill i m vale ent)-;,nce. Close in Pho-ic '• 1U;V -' 1 ' '-"' Icmwu. Like -linking /!.•;- I m „,..-,. ff^ 308. :,-:jt : ll "'- ; '" an underworld m<,vie. they, ^POfcH NSMlfiA o-T^TT77^7r7———7^ ~'!- ; ±J" t0 ""' sl -" : ! ' ml '•<•'""•"•<"• t ' lK ' : - " W 'S ^ W«KB4Et& 2 STORY HOUSE, 29 ACRES, ) '.-'• i"''"'' Tn ' miles; from Hope on old Fullon ' Abler Hiss, \vho w,-r: accu-ed of highway. Aj)|)]y 020 South Kim. ! niembersliip in a circle called an _Phone 731^ ^ :-,-: Jt i'Vjpjiaralus" by bis ol;! friend, WELL"" iV/i-re extendiii!; a verbal \velcomi ['" popular Frank Lane. . "You ;l:i'ov.-." said Rtjlfe. "My w 'ife and; lSSKr^,"s ! H.5s^,E^^ - !" r '-'"-" in"' I.«- Miller was oni . . ". ' i (i ,"i I ol time nP, '"'' mol " 1 } i ". n ' thai. Leo iMillcr v.'as out. . . . • ,^..'," ...-<,'- - 1T1C . nl -' 1 fl '"'» 1hl '" her 'You'd better shut off radio before \ye hear nnylhin, tii| ^ Postmaster John R. Hark- Uri! ' l >' Party . ness clown to the smallest sand The Dessau meetinr; would have pf ' a1 ' boon the first Cominfoi „-A.-_ ! have . immediately filed notice ol an ll ' k ' d 'or hours ' to </EMTGFffQP>S S\ «1 , *MO»V. * - it** ** By JACK HAND Hosloii. Oct. G — - --=— 321 North Hamilton i iiv-.l Street, Phone 8:;.W. «-'ii ! fc'cbie ,".;: 'v'. M" - R;iin »'' lir 't. Ih lean League ehrr In thcy misscd r one and experts sav Har- I and" Mrs. Fr n'k' S^in -.- ° P C ' limunl '' t mid-September. Among them we're it. And one "reason [day for Boston to attend toclav' 1 - v, Mr. Franb- i off the s ubbon, P,, ' " i( ° , H ' nl ' i °P= - " " ' " ' ' ' "' ' iry. who was an as-i°Pencr. Couple preferred. : j ,2\ South Bon- i-^ide his = Sain-Spah, ,l, v', ",i . •' , ' ' ' 1 "' J1 ' Jl1 t statistician in the pj-ess box | The 'elder Sain —who used Czechoslovakia, iMrs. To.se cv- jface in her a- the sentenc her man's mother. ] i V.'edn^r.r.i ,-•.'/ p.m.. Or.t. 6 f;:00 Adventure Parade— M 5:l.i Fupcrman — ?,t 5: SO Captain Midnight — M ri:45 Tom Mix— M (i:00 Ihi'.-cn, 1 ; Vi'Jt.-.irj- 0:ir» No\vs. ' Fivi.- .' : tar Final (L'"5 Today in Sport:; 0:30 News' Comment— M 0 :•!.") Fulton Lo\vis, Jr.— M 7:00 (,'.;\n Yon Toi, This— -M 7::!0 ITiyh AdvcnUire— M J5 7:55 Dilly Rose— At 8:00 Gabriel Hentier— M !',:!."> Mutual Newsreel— M f!:30 Erskine Johnson — M" 8:55 Hill Henry. Mev.-s— M 9: fid Mornin!; Star— M 9:31 Gene Carlos' Oreh.— M 9: -'5 Shnndores Oreli. — M 10:00 All the News— M 10:1."} Jimivv Feailiersione's Oreh ,. - -= — -.' o^ treason she chcni t want to live .«• i™sf;s;i,, a >s%,,a;: ^?,,^Ttts-sj-w •\our honor I am innocent of this' ehar W e. . . J ask your honor for mercy. Jud.L>;e Malhes said the senten-"- it was not bused on the brutalities y.'ibi whicli Kawaluta was charged. 11:00 Si an Off Thursday a.m.. Oct. 7 5:57 Sisn On 0:00 ! ; o))i>'s by '.Sinclnir i fi:15 ?.!orniii'.; Music.-ile (i:25 Bin-fain Jlcundup (!:.">(") New;;. T'irst Edition Gi'lO Arkansas Plov.'boys ......... __. HOUSE LOCATED NKAR FAITi. r wr ! r ' ' 7:00 Farm P.-.-eakfost Program 7:15 Melody Boys Hour AD NKAR FAITi. r- ; ' '" v,-;,s a Communist !i-.ms c.a-ds a Fe,,- • . i> • « ^ W« g a park and Gariand School. (i ;' '"" l u ''! ; ' : - mort-ov,..]-, a -neinlxM- of i the l',raves ; lov ,1 : -n I- 1-'''" K | '" ' t s rooms, breakfast room and!; 1 special Communist .;roup called i wa,tin ; ; , hit-,. ,\n,, " ''"•'' lx ' on ! A ^ L ^ &* ~, new garage with room attached. I"" Am ):n .' ilU .' :; - :i!ltl '''^ t'ne Ap-| Feller. U,e i '',' "bov" ,-i- fl ,- '' "^ ] ^.C-S ll^ Ess*. ,Ssi^. s:!:fSS™iLi:!;;;,,?'St s'^&^;-s^^ "« ™ , ', , :L'SS -^ —" - & iP -~>*"° te H?v??7r -""« s ssiE ; o;;:;,,, n «as£"A&«.r. ««r,s =: r-jr^ls '-iS««'?TfeI P? SSXK^H * son be likes "to rest" cUiring the » JO1 'J S to illdl ^te that Poland had i atomic m , , ' he b-. , V —b-!--' -iin r"'!"' 1" : to ^ Kul:ord \VMiloi-. And. said his parents, he sont •' ^P oinc-iaJ to a CominformUo cio so Why he—i'i" -i • 1IJ ;' :I .- ^-™ ,";'' ^rown-M and his wife will be back in t e """-^"V:. Uo h . com f"'• , ,, • i - ' ' ; ' i ' !n 9:1: > I-aith in l..H;r 'J ime-?.I Ozarks in mid-su ni mer ^vberS ™9 f ^ officially announced ! K wal i, elab ed V crmUJ 1 "^ - i ,^1! ^ it \Vith M-,,i,-AI .lohnny can fish and hunt and Lommlorm meetins was in Ro-, be ">iju- t, .,.'!-,,,' i^ f , couk1 '-'" i 10:00 Passing Parade—?.T re ?l.'. ._.. . . . '.^'"J?,. 1 ^. 1 ...-? 11 "? at whi ^ Vuyo-ihe weni^o ,TaC; i,"-):^',:' 1 :"!;:::^ X:Y^ ' ! : ; 'rT.'- 1 ':>" - " polled and Premier-Marshall 'Tito | H 20 REBUILT RINGER SEWING u r 1?csi( J ll " c ' c - 22 East Ei<:hlh St. s, 2 Whites. 2 Elgins and |^.'-' w ^">rk: born, Baltimore 19i)-l akcs. W. H. West, 215 ';" jt '"! CoMimuiiist. Never Collowe .amilton Street. Phone , '' lu '- ^° Communist friends "-"•"" A,.,..,. , ,., l-fe had been an assistant ' t Judsu Jerome Frank aHo of course, a happy hot dot;, in 'fact so hcppy and so hot that Frankfurter recommended him U> Rex Tu«well 'machines. 2 Whites. 2 Elgins and other makes. "' "" North Ha mi... 122G-W. Hope, Arkansa's. USED REFRIGERATORS IN A-l condition. Also 21 jewel Hamilton watch. Brewster Refrigeration . Service. 119 Edgewood, Hope Phone 1280 or 1231-J nights or Sundays. 2-Gt tbe AAA. Q.—(By Robert Striplin", chief SEED OATS nECIF\NFD~^AND lvo\'| t!Kt -'"'''- 1C) 't' 0 '' ''"' '' olnniiftoe ' Will tagged. Aubrey J Eno'ch at Meli'ae i bri!M' 1 'n- ; ume''o(' ll vour"f!' (1 """" " Implement Co. ' " ' NE LOT ON \VEST^ 100 x ]42. Level a . ready for on 578-W or sec at 513 South Walnut J ' F - McDowell. f! -:n ;; Notice \VE BUY, SELL AND RElMUi all makes of Sewinf; machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone J22(j-\V., Hojie, Arkansas. cli- - Ii I i" i, • - ' on '- v to e--t .„.;'• " 1C f uuook 's i-osi "'"erenco hetween Johnny and old ornmonl reports said today nai on 1 u led-- r • " K r' 1 b " t l!l( ''r';-c ,' (V i a "u° k a , K0 ' Thc ' bi e S 1 ''"?" Dc i an ' Di ' //y and his IJi'olher al troops had abandoned Chan" • ' Lk( ' f ' l ,n";. IU) ' K ' 1 ' cl IJarricr is ! '^' " '"j"' ""? ™ 'hat the Cardinal Poul and their lather used to live k"un, Capital of Manchur a a d -louut .,0 or 40 ieet high. ! 'V llf - .\Vbite linemen arc in eham- out • • om P::ieville and p'et their fled toward Mukden ° ! Geo«4 v'hHo l , '"V) 1 h , crc - Di /- "over came lo town The starving garrUon, reports 55 a BI -\--i-V, 'p^T?' covered the | ? 'thout wantinfi to put on a show said, managed to fct throu"h tieht iOOSeS3ClS| i-' Mnrni,,,; \T gamc for thc Dal ou ^. Joh!1 ".v wouldn't show out for Red lines. Previously reports had L-, Aloinmg News, wrote: a thousand dollars." said that 200 or more a day were Boston, Oct. fi -(UP) - Fm tieo-,Hv\m' <C1; lor . W!l ^ s «'c''o "o- And even as Arkansans joined dying gf starvation in Chan»chnn FAr-'rc- TTI^TIT-, ,^ r . J'-m uc.e.ioij superior to thncr. r,f <K« Be levi e m nvni = i,-,r, ;i j.:.._ u-i-iir.-.-. :,- -,K < mr, .„.-!... ,-.",, ; Oct. fi — KACTS FIGURES Boslon. Oct. (i — lUP) — thc .-,„., Jw foj- the S News, wrote: ,-, -"'orkcr forwards were noticeably superior to those of. the ^; 1 "e t ; an ! !1 X . x - x ' Thc - v were ^stor, a thousand dollars." And even as Arkansans joined belleville in praisin" its native son, they kept one eye on m-ia World j Cleveland ! . . were aser, =""'. ">ey Kepi one eye on the r cliar.mng amonp, the start- I''ttle town of Lexa. Ark —across ^ and ^they JK,d m ore class at ! the state in the coUon-g^owfng • -. .'-ill iiy ;; decided m',.-.--i,i Yon may recall that' in the jDelia country. iay recall that in the pre | II was i' 1 Lexa that Gene Bear- ^itnigs, TCU was said toj clcn - lanky rookie southpaw who . a said that 200 or more a day were dying of starvation in Cha'n»cbun which is about 400 miles South of the Siberian border. Orders for the withdrawal from Chanfichun were said to have been given by Chian« KaiShck on his flight to North China. At least 100000 men in Ch- --UIJ..-J ji-aji i..eai-'iii>i won (iv I,,-;' '• se-.-on , •• i\,-.,- ---- ToiV |JL ' i ""•'•" i-"-.i-'i io.il ueiie uear- '"••> ni^ni 10 i\orm unuia. •><". percentage .<!•>(;• Bos on' Pnv ^ have o- \ , f' u , Was S£lid to i "' . ' M1 <y rookio southpaw who At least 100.000 men in Cham' <X,,!ion;,| Lvaguei'wo q v r- M -| r, ' ' ,^ h a " C °" c of the ! 'f' 3 . the » cl '" ^' Cleveland in Mon- chu.i were believed here to have Percentage .595 ' l) - I ' "'Vv' '-"^ jn the conierences. jday s unprecedented pennant nlav- i moved Southward thrown Sxepinc ... Fi '-^ "-'v.TK-lodav iu Br , ve , r.oe' o n,'H -n V ;i' ^ ^ °"l.vlf )fl W "] 1 i' 10 Boston Rcr! Sox/ was |kai. half way between Changeh n )1( '-'f'. ' P- m. (FSTi i51 -'^-^ ;|.c..tio niaik m the Razorback seti bl "'.'V And !!S ln ^lloville, the 150 and Mukden and reached Tiehling FA-peeicd attend;.' ice— n()00 do'nhl r ' ' .1 n' laS , boon an >' ! lu S "i? nl ,? -° f Loxa wil1 S-^her in the U 0 milcs Northeast of Kukden. P '' ' " CI ' < " 1 1 '"man-.s Prosecution of j :!:-15 'r'wo-Ton ]"i;ik"r--M ! 4:00 Swiii? Time 1 3:-!5 Voice of ibe Arnr: 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman--: 1 .'! • '. i -> . v -!!perman— -.'.i Hot Springs. Oct. 5 — i/Pi— A den I 5: '' !0 Captain JVlidnij'ht—M Ly prosecutor told Circuit Jud<-e 5:45 T " m Mi:-:--M" lycle H. Brov.-n yesterday he had (!:UO Unsun:; Vieiory «oon ottered money to cb-op pro- fi: ls N : -WH. Pi\-e ^Uir Edit, 1 "eedmgs against iwo Hot Sprio-'s I s '- 7 ^ Today in Sports men chartied with operatin" "a! 0:3() N'-'V.v; C.'cmmonl—M gambling house. ' " ! G:-15 Fulton ..c-v.'i---, Jr. Til f i i •,•,.--,.,.* i , __ I " . nf\ T" - t .. . . i r i uty Cl'vc be - — . -, J^L-I. L \-, t (^ i i i .11.H 1 11 v Mcpl ItV Prosecutor David P,. Wbittinpton doubt that the Cardinal and White!"', f. Kinman's store" to lis en lias ^ino ot the best backfields in when Bearclen lakes the hill. " lf | Friday. if.,r;yard even more Dowerfi - , ] -°» do »' Oct. 5 -«>,_ l . . Nationalist headquarters here Talent Jar-kpol The Be:!,,r Half--?! 7:55 HiH.% R-KP—T, ; [ fi.'OO Gabriel Healiei—M t ...,-^V^I,L ii' '>:'•'> Aiuina! ^ ••>\--:,-eel ?1 T iiraiid 'jury indictments a«a:nsti "'-'''^ Revere All Star Re\'ue—M t'lem. '^ ' i;;;-,,-, p-il! I!;.n,-v \,.,,-.' ; T\{ Whittinfit.on said he had b.w. n 0:00 Famih- The.- ''c—'I made separate offers of SI.500 'ami i ! '-' : ' f ' Br,-uir,'' ( -:< iv,-: v . fnau;' Cere professed to have no'knowlodgo"'^ rTm-r '-L'l'^'r' 1 , th: \ t "° Could no: im rr, A ,'^^i'^-M fc , •'-- -'• " fr j-iove and did not specify who 10:00 All the- Ney.-s— M . % 10: 1.1 as the kings of Nortii American animals. Notice to Cotton Grov/ers We will handle your government cotton loans on the green card class. Bring your Conpress tickets and class card and save $1.00 to $1.50 per bale. E. M. McWilliams & Co., Hope, Ark. Across the street from Post Office the slio throuuh. u , ~ ","" , "'" "" L ' 2_ 0 hacl made the of/er.s. Grixzly bears have poor vision -.i* 7~T~i! ° i if''-'-' ?* ul ' 0 sntii'-lnd^^Hn^' -A cul ° SO V SC oi:! Woo « Manufacturers I;'- : (HJ s-oWi 11 '' biiiili cind neaiint;. 1 hey are known i in. „. u.uu oi_,,i uii ! Psscuss Rotes .- ~~""T~ ! on Freight fop kocUo Ne\v Yoi'l'.. Oct. —r'reiy'rt air loynvht: broke up^lu.''^;^^.-^!.^^!^^^^^"'!'",A'^r'/'Vl" .'"'r " U ' ^Bf:-;!::.''. T^. i-ee men were arrested. ! i-" IH or,, ,| ?V ht ' c1 ""' '"^iV::;!) f iavorite slogan used by lh, ;i^od»c "Xs< ^.im''' 1 ""'if -v "an i lili " '' i-t; nri 111 ,-.rl ^,n 1 ,.. ,,.^ ' ' • . '' - " '' '' .1 i L IJ'.'e all , ,, , . handbills. Mounted police and plain [UURIUl SI PAIRS TT^k Call 129 <^ — ^f-SsJ (in'ohts) 1^> FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. AS!en HJectfric Co. Next Door to Satncjer Theatre f j honeii 129 or 805 FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Aophalt Tile « Rubber ROY ALUSON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT < Level yards e Dig Pot,t Hol^s » Plow Gardens e Ci;i Vacant Lotu o Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phont 10GO £. Walnut St. nave ev r ( u : ,' v, wo! I '-•e com , " .' •••'!' V. I' ,1 till' at the I'oi-kers i pa-.-es and helped ], Arkansas has yet to real'ly'open' ' "o i-as-^injr. Harnhill still' Iri-n't .•",'V :! . I 111 -" 1 "," 1 tlu ' aerial mastery U.S.Senator ColSs for Aid to Spain in Another'Move to Bottle f "^ 1 fi Bim bi.l-"i .lot- Hase -'' i: -i .-\'.'.;-nt: 7:31 •^.•r.-iina: 11:31, Uolly 1 "Alornin;; Star/ >.-a.r Div, ma. re'; inn;'- jl'.os..!;," ,,, ,,:,, ; ':ini in'.' Mr ii il.-:-i:i, ,-n.\ i:. ; ''be o'i!| : no e.nd .\'i.-'ib!e ''o\-,-,|. ; '-'. • i!',y ;>,i eai'-d sli.'.I .-,•-.• flun« ~t^ "blunt 'question at" mmT" InT C^nmeerie'''^." 0 ^,^: 1111 ^;; ' , "iu"'^'^^ ^^ N1K '-- 3( •n-,,,., ,,. ''V^, •,'"?'-; ','r ll V UniU><! Sl; ! tcs i l ' rc ' i " ht -;-l'' situation at 'tomorrow iCHS--rSeend ":.!, .-i. 'i^'non ^DC 'ii.iu\ . .h.:V(; IOIIKH! a great war against • morning's ine.Miii" :--!! a >•; "',-!,-,.,,., •r,. M .,i '. ih'-rln! i".V Xi |! 11 -"'I'' f: ' sl j! SI J 1 -. Ti ";».s"»J« " f ! i3 ''-^' Antobony,' Ml J,orado. .-,« i-Ml;. 1 :--;i:ViO .-,'. n, PohPoole ' V-^IT --"T-" = ^«"r^«^- iit ->s «-i v , , •• i^,$^ ?S'^B ; America. " ' ' i n';'', ,.!!!,' .!!-. '.',?,.\\. , ,° '"" " n '' '' l:il ; I '.' H> a\-e!-;i.'.:e adult brown bear [ tin- <;:i--in-. e.i ;s A. Parley, former chair-1 N-.li 'and ^aseisUioli'cies" " Sl ' 131 '° we ^ hs . ab " Ut a(Kl .. ! J " lli '<^- -<- " " 'i, l! ,! L> vi'.'i 1 , 1 ;,'^''' 11 ! 1 .'' 1 -^;' til)! . Kl1 i I didn't know wiiether be would in in is • - i ', li - suln ;; In" Spanish ieall tbe nuard and liave me re- 1 T liasi. c .'!!!! l; ;'.. and dl 'V lor , n tonfercnee moved I'roin 101 Pardo palace for! ij aX()r . j WE HAVE Seed Oafs, Austrian Winfer Peas, Winter |-!airy V.'icd Winfer Rye Grov,:, S,-e<l"l<ve^ Wheat, iJai!;jv and Jcu YLU- morvj [lower Bul'o;;. V/e Honor AAA Orders MO NTS SEED STORI: Hope, Arkanw-i REMOVED FREE Within '10 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS und CRIPPLES TexTi-k.-inn i^encleriny Plant Uial .'i-Vii:^-! ijihoiie culled) 1) Jv.i A!).-\-er i )ial :j-o7VO !! U REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our businc-s 1 ;. Prompt and c-fi'icieni- service on all makes o air condiiK.n go anyv.-here cnydii-ic. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1230 or 1231-J Nights; and Sundays 119 Edgtwoou Hopc FOR SALE My five room, ni.-v.-lv decorcitr-'J noon-. i)L-,ir yi-c-ide .;chooi. Rc.is- oaablc. r, ;! || ilO-\V or see at 821 Wta Hll 'oil':.-!.'!. PAXTON JORDAN Lot Us Rebuild Your O!d MATTRESS or make your aid one into a cowforfoblj inrsersprtng. Oi-te Day Service "Ail Woik Guaranteed" crown. Kvcn llu- (iiiaebiia aii:e.itled they |,ad the d" n. Onachila ),a,| liaek and had acided tianslers and dan- ihe Ti nl: In •° said this 'v, nil an elaboration to support it.: •nl delay, anil' I repeated that story the other: il.iy lo a distinguished German the eouniries ; i anli-Hillei-i v.lio fiiiriiv the war -M-ir ln;,H on (. o-.nmt-.- iv ,- ; , s attached to the Berlin foreign i Sji.nn s position on; office. J asked bin, whether Fran- ' ' ' v> ' ' !:| i"''-'-''i. H U-ou-co bad nlayed Hitler's -am,- and 11 ""-' "''nre. Spam.he rip-lied in ibe negative. He said i I he was with Hitler when the J''uebr-! I ( r met l-'ranen ;tt tbe Spanish Iron-' v.tu-r ano' ureed tin- ijeiK.-ralissimo to 1 i)evnnt Germany to MSL- Spanish i i soil for operations against the Al''•"-: lies. JUv German informant said; ' 1! '"'t!ii' eenerabssiino turned Hitler! |(<--r doi.-.-n Jlatly. and the taili-r stormed! ' i; '!^ :.'.-.-;,y troin tile I'onlereni'L- in ii • L "-'e. \vhue fury. i ' :;! -'- , Hov.-e\-eV. all that is water over -•at- the dan'.. It stiikes a lot ol uhserv- • lu ''-~ 'i-r> tb-'il Ihe imiioi tant thin::, now is --'ta n some m:|)o!tant world c is v.'niiid ap]H--.!r un the .- ^iib be has bveil ouisiiii- l!, Communi.--! Russia and be •lliles ilave. o! l-ollr.se. beei: •'lanco'.s biltei'i-.-l ae.d n:o>t •I'emies bi-can.si Furniture & Motfre&s Co 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 Last- in ouU.1 .-.|,,nd i he ai '' !l ' !O< -' 1 ' ; 'eies may TFUK K u t. EXCLUSIVELY OVER THE ml Brooclcostsrici Systei STAY TUNED TO erj

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free