Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 16, 1948 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 16, 1948
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ta§e Six HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS Ad« Muat Us In Office Day Before Publication Number of Words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 3110 35 36 to 40 43 to 45 46 to 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .DO 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Six One Days Days Month .90 1.20 1,50 1.80 2JO 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Eates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Arts Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone _ Lost BAY MARE, WEIGHT 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 31 J South Pine Street, Phone 1080. 14-31 - twecu South Hazel and South Elm. Phone 90. 15-31 BAY MARE, 5 FEET ""HIGH", reached mane and scar on right hip. Weight 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street, ' Phone 1080. i4-3t 'ONE WHITE SIDE WALL ItlM. If found please call Jessie Sinclair. Phono 339-M. 16-31 Wonted JOB FIRING STATIONARY steam boiler. Day or night. See Charlie Alexander, Hope, Route 4, Box 805. 10-Gt For 5 ROOM HOUSE ADJOINING city limits on SPG road. Phone HO. Ophelia Bolls. 14-3t 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street. 1-1-31 2 MODERN UPSTAIRS UNFURL, ishcd apartments. Phone 417 Nofiot? WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas, ' 1-lmo WINTER is ON THE"~WA;Y\ Better bring in those broken windows, we will put in new glass while you shop. Harlan- Noe-Benton Lumber Co., Phone 178. • ll-7t NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE MAGA- zines for Christmas. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. Phone 28 or nights Phone 3G9-W. 10-lmo Wanted to Rent TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN~- ished apartment, couple and child. Phone 1191. 7-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR n family of 3. Immediately. Phone 490. 14-3t Mud Permanents? Egyptian women of Cleopatra's time wound their hair around small bamboo rods, coated it with Nile mud and baked the arrangement in the sun. Then the mud was cracked off and the hair combed out. PLANT NOW See us for Rose Bushes and Shrubs for fall planting Gentry - Butler Florist's Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles -DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPH PS Texarkana Rendering PlanZ Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope WANTED • PECANS • SCRAP STEEL « CAST IRON • CAR BODIES • JUNK BATTERIES • RADIATORS • ANY KIND OF METAL » BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street For Safe GOOD BOJS'D ARC POSTS AT rcasonfiblc prices. Sec E. M. Mc- Willinms at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. !)-lmo GROCKKY STORK. ' STOCK ~OF fjroccries. part of fixture's b;il- ance furnished with building. Small living quarters. Sec al 14th and Main. Phone 1258. l()-tf By Wesfbrooh opyrtght, 1917 By King Features Syndicate Thursday, December 16, 1948 Snead, as Was Expected, Wins Havana Meet Havana. Dec. 10 —(/P)—Slambang Sam Snend found the Jong, par 72 Havana course to his liking and came away with the top purse of $1,900 in the Havana best-ball golf tournament. The veteran professional from While Sulphur Springs. West Va., took honors in both (lie best-bail and individual scoring competition the meet which closed ycster Bobcats Pick of Their onents . White Rocks. §1.00 each. Phone 90C-W, Vornon Osburn, 805 W Cth sti ' cot - __ __ _ 14-2w SMALL LOXV PRESSURE PATNT film and compressor. $40. -Phono G; "- J - ___ 14-31 GRUF1N CIIREX Wn7sT~lvATrH" solid gold case, 17 jewels. Phono G5, r >-,I. 14 . 3t Washington, Dee. 14 —With President Truman's reiteration of his old cry of "red herring," \vc. resume where we left off. For rca-jday sons plain to anyone who has fol I Paired lowed the career of the committee 1 Havana on unrArnericiin activities, the'prize president is still determined to i twenty-three sirokes under par jlhwarl the committee and to dis- His 209, seven under regulation paragc ilr, actual revelations of also was best id vidual ' 'treason and similar treachery in the state, war, navy and 'commerce departments under the Roo'Hi;- sevell. • - Hope High School's Bobcats winners of 10 games against 2 losses this season, have picked an all-opponent squad—and Fitzgib- l;ons of Little Rock and Sutlon of Camden were unanimous choices Tho first squad: Ends, Button of Camden and Countryman of witli Bobby Maduro of V ule Rock ; Tackles, Prcwitt of ia. he won the pro-amateur Smaukovor and Carlington of El with a 54-hole score of 103 • Dorado: Guards, Malone of El Dor-" ' ' ' 'ado and Oliver of Little Rock- Center, Fitzgibbons, Little Rock'- Quarterback, Spann. Little Rock- score TABLE TOT' GAS RANG!? IN Kood condition. 122 East Avenue i93« FORD, rni^fTmyTQii^GooD tires and clean throughout. Phone 651-J. ] 4 -31 CHRISTMAS GIFT SPECIAI^s" $3.00 Fuller hair brushes, extra .stiff nylon bristles. .$1.95. See Mrs. Leon Eundy or Phone Ki8. 14-01 NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE AND BATH. Close in. Across street from school, and grocery store. Apply 511 South Spruce. Phone llflfl-J. 14-3t MAHOGANY VICTROLA AND records, Mahogany Library table Antique Seth Thomu.s Clock and Apartment size Gas Refrigera- J-or. Phone 200 after 3 p.m. I-i-St I'Mi PONTIAC"TWO"D'OOII"SEDAN $»75. Phone Gfil-.T. J0-3t Receif EsS-tsfre for Safe TWO SMALL HOUSES, LARGE lots, good location. $2500 and S2HOO. Immediate possession. Tyler Realty Service. 13.31 4 ROOM MODERN. COTTAGE well located. .¥2750. Tyler Really Service. Better bargains in Re;>'l Estate. is_3t THE MIDDLEBROOKS - c-rty on-llrd and Pine, large frontage on both Streets, two story home, about 12 or 13 rooms, making four apartments with private baths, lots of closets and built in features, large two car garage, about two blocks to town. Ideal apartment house, rented now lor $130. per month and one large apartment to rent and one more room. Could build garage apartment. Recently ter- mitcd, plumbing repaired and some of rooms papered, now in good shape. Price $J2,500. this property has been held for $15,000. We consider this one of the best buys in Hope. If interested will be glad to show it to you. Floyd Porterfiold & Son. 15-3t FIVE ROOM HOUSE, NEwll"o6li\ good paint, good foundation, needs to be papered, located at fJOO W. 'Hh, across from Court. House block. Price $3,000. A ,-ood buy. Sec Floyd Porterfield & J5orL ____ 15.31 MODERN SIX-ROOM j76~USE~ garage, attic fan. floor furnace landscaped. 220 East Ifilh street. Can be financed FHA or GI, small monthly payments. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE, new throughout. 75 by 231 lot Ulth and South Elm, FHA or GI loan available. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN throughout, 100-foot frontage, located on East 14th street, ' FHA or GI loan. TWO-STORY, FOUR BEDROOMS. two baths, garage. 'Phis is an SPG home. Make us an offer. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance. Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 Hi -.'it regime. Truman is the heir to the Roosevelt political estate, much of which, of course, has been debased by historical disclosures since the end of the shooting war. He obviously still thinks it would be bad politics to admit or let anyone else prove that Rooso- |Vcll did open the doors to agents |0f the Kremlin. However, he has 'not openly carried the target for Roosevelt as often as the widow and Jimmy tho eaglet expected him to. Whereas it had been t-cn- icrally thought that, he would campaign in the great name of Roose veil he hardly mentioned him and made his fight in his own name and confined his attack entirely to the eightieth congress. Inasmuch as the penetration of the state department by the Communists took place during Roosevelt's reign, and early in his reign at that, Mr. Truman could very gracefully join the committee on un-American activities in hounding the traitors and spies and all their accomplices. After all, they .aren't his traitors and spies. Roo- jscvclt let them in and we don't (have to prove what his reasons j were. It is enough to know that they got in during his presidency •ind to point to proof in the records ol. tho old Dies committee that they .were thei;e with his knowledge ' j Ho may have been moved bv j recklessness and impudence rather i ban conscious trailorism, allhou/'h 'he seems to have had no more patriotic loyalty than his ancestors who were lories in the revolution and copperheads in the civil war. Whatever Truman's motives arc- he certainly is among the 23 ranking U. S. profes- "umals who eomplod in the event .scores wer.-.; «!)-f;s-72. in his life, and beyond that has ambition. The Department of used to obstruct justice serving Democrats and and beat opponents of Justice is against do- to hound the regime as a mailer of common political routine!. In this case, the traitors and their associates are not deserving Democrats in the sense that Philip Murray is. But Iheir conviction would prove that Roosevelt did not open the doors to enemies while Herbert Hoover and Chai les Lindbergh were pilloried and persecuted by some of those very traitors. Therefore, the Departmnt of Justice will maul the cases through grand juries and fumble them in the trials with the studious earnestness of the flown bear with a bot tie of beer. There will be no convictions. There have been many precc dents for this t. y n a . of managed miscarriage of justice, notably in the prosecutions of corrupt union eers. All of them went free, al though in one ca.se, (he farce was so raw thai Tom Clark himself was forced to admit thai it wasn't even good mockery. In the Phil Murray case, Felix Frankfurter hollered a legalistic version of the Ancient ringside cry of: "Fake." He seemed lo be on the point of tin-owing a bottle at the bums when Chief Justice Vinson told him in open court, but in judicial terms of course, that he would punch him tight on the snoot if he didn't shut up. There are a few flies on Felix essays will prove - :< primitive Ameri- in a gently persuasive way in can ot the spclvin type and such months to come, so he shut un But treachery is to him as evil as to he was right about the Murray any other naive, corn-fed, 100 per case, nevertheless. It was one of Center Jrom the first world war. [those things beyond any doubt. It will be a bitter ' frustration, after all this rooting and digging and tearing away on"hot, confusing trails, to see the varmints get away. Actually, the record of sabo None of Truman's friends with access to the eye and ear of the public has ever tried to explain why, then, he fights so hard to prevent the denunciation of traitors by the house committee. The - Let Us Rebuild Your Old or make your old one info a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 pJanation, therefore, must be found by deduction, which brings us to the conclusion that Truman hates them as much as any other loyalist but will not let the Republicans derive any political benefit from exposure of the Democratic party's crimes, nor even let them earn the credit for eradicating a national danger. : ; • As the lawyers and cosmic statesmen would put it, time is on Iruman's side. It was eleven ye;u-s ago that Whitlaker Chambers and other persons in the Communist conspiracy got state secrets from appointees of the New Deal government. Any damage thai we might have suffered from these betrayals by Roosevelt's clique was inflicted on us long ago and we (did not even know we were hurl. The dangerous continuing potentialities which arc discussed so learnedly by curbstone diplomats alter a five minute course in statesmanship, sccvn lo be imagi- n u, ly - . Tlloy certainly are not weigh- imle in any scales of knowledge. Therefore, Truman runs no risk°in sneering at the secrets of the pumpkin and in using the department of justice to clutter the committee's work and frustrate jus lice, lie is in for four years, late i LegaS Notice j WARNING ORDER i No. (i917 In the C'hancerv Court of Hempslead Cour.tv,' Ark. E. W. FAUCETT :. Plaintiff vs. WILL HILSON et al. „„ n Defendant Jlie Defendant. WILL Illt.SON is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complai»l <,[ ilu> Plainlif; K W KAUSETT Witness; my hand and tho seal of said court this l-Hh dav of DK- CEMBICU 194H. C. K. Weaver, Clerk By Oinera Evans, D. C. W. S. Atkins, Attorney fur Plaintiff Lyle Brown, Attorney Ad Liteni (SEAL) Dec. I(i, 23. ;«), Jan. (J tage, betrayal and of collossal ex travagance by Communists in the Roosevelt government is truthful and terrible, though often helter skelter and windy. But it must be remembered that these committees had to face a hostile president and cabinet from the beginning until now and a hostile press and a hos tile, ignorant public much of the time. Even today, though the pub lie is at last convinced that Roosevelt did let the Communists in, Truman, with his sprightly, but in sipid, cry of "red herring," is more popular than the committee tself. Halfbacks, Moolt of El Dorado and Sneer of Smackover, Fullback, Young, Little Rock. The second team: Ends, Anderson, Nashville and Head, El Dorado; Tackles, Thornton. Nashville and Edwards of Toxarkana- Guards, Oliver of Hot Springs anfl Lincbarricr of Camden; Quarterback, Ball a rd of El Dorado; Halfback, Carter, Little Rock and Rice of Camden; and Fullback, Cross of Camden. Arkaclelphia failed to show last night due to bus trouble and as a result Ihe scheduled basketball game between Ihe Badgers and Bobcals had to be postponed. It was reported a bus bringing the teams here broke down. The Bobcats will take a couple of teams lo Arkadelphia for a twin bill Friday night. Sooners Only Team to Give Away Points Norman, Okla., Dec. 16 — (UP) — Oklahoma goes against North Carolina in the Sugar Bowl with the distinction of being the only major team in the jiation which habitually gives away points —- so it can win ball games. Twiea during the regular season the Big Seven champions found it best to let tho opposition have a couple of points. The sooners traded, safeties for time — precious lime. Quarterback Jack Mitchell, the dazzlling menial banker on Coach the chf-nce to block an O (J punt whiz kids, first called for strategic retreats into the scoring territory of the enemy at the close of Oklahoma's brutal contest with Texas Christian. Mitchell purposefully let T. C. U. have two points rather than give it the chance to blolck an 0. U. punt and score the points nco:l.?rl 10 \vin. Oklahoma pulled that out of the fire, 21-18. At the close of its season against arch-rival Oklahoma A. ,"/ M" • lege, Oklahoma again had her back to the wall as the clock showed onlly seconds to play. The safely forced a kickoff that kept A. & M. out of scoring position and gave Oklahoma the game, 19-15. Mitchell tried to make his safety play more elaborate in the T. C. U. game by stalling off his tackle in the end zone as long as possible, r thus killing additional time, i Haif'oack Barrel! Roval, Ih,-; ver- satile passer, runner and kicker who complements Mitchell on many plays, managed 1o dodge back and forth in Ihc A. & M. end zone for extra seconds. But the first time Royal tried his giveaway play, O. U. was penalized for an off-side; he succeeded in presenting Ihe points on his second This sort of thing, retreating to glory, typifies the Oklahoma style that broj^tht nine victories afler ils slow start in San Francisco lasl Sept. 2"). when Sanla Clara trounced Ihe Sooners, 20-17. North Carolina, taking a *ip -from the record of the T. C. U. and Ok> lahoma A. & M. near-defeats, can expect less trouble from Oklahoma if New Year's in New Orleans turns out wet and sogrjv. REVOLUTIONARY NEW HEARING DEVELOPMENT No Cords! No Receiver in Hie Ear! The Hearetre is designed to do for hearing what reading glasses do for sight' Every hard of hearing person, regardless of how slight his hearing loss may be, should see and try this HEARETE. ACOUSTICON HEARETTE COMPLETE If you have ever had trouble hearing at church, at home, at shows or banquets — try the ACU5TI- CON HEARETTE. Free Hearing Clinic — Hours: 1 to 4 P. M. Appointments after hours. HOTEL — HOPE Wednesday, December 22 A. L. Burns, Jr., Dealer ACOUSTICON P*iH Independents Down Blevins by 23-15 Score The Stewart's Jewelry Independent Girls Basketball team defeated the Blevins Independent Girls team in Blevins High School Gym by a score of 23 to 15 last night. Margaret Ann Beyerley was high point for Hope with 12 points and Cooper for Blevins with 10 points. There are several open dates on Ihc Hope team's schedule. Citation Loses Out on Two Rich Purses Miami. Fla., Dec. 10 — (UP) — Mighty Citation lost two more lucrative opportunities in his quest to become the leading money winning horse of all time today when Calumet Farm Manager Ben Jones declared him out of the McLennan and Widoner 'handicaps at Hialeah this winter. Earlier this week the Calumet comet was, declared out of the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap be$100,00 Santa Anita Handicap because of a growth on his leg bone which is now the size of a half dollar. SPECIAL G5FTS FOR •SPECIAL From the Store He Wants it From! Mint Ice hxclusive designs by our own artist. Ice-cream shades in gabardine by McGregor with hidden zips. McGregor FOR SALE*-- 8 Kegs 3d 80 Kegs 4d 24 Kegs 4d 38 Kegs 5d 40 Kegs 5d 24 Kegs 6d SO Kegs 7d Cement Coated Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails « PRICE — $9.00 per Keg f.o.b. Prtscott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS IS & GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Coll 1000 or Contact Office Three Jackets in FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS LET FOY DC IT « Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots *> Aho custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO, "hone 1068 S. Walnut St. CHRISTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monfrs Seed Store 2? Nyfon M? $11 S0C.KS j^j By Interwoven & 1.10 S? ^ Zip to the Hip fe? P one. The sport coot zips out in mild weather. Pajamas by Manhatten and Jayson 3.95 up Swank Jeweled Collar Bobs Sharp! 1.50 REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refi iterators. » Sec- us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) * Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidalre Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 k(>'} Gabardine shirts in all !Vtf colors f ^ I? H® W W i»j !£' <y$ bive a "tiny hat" in a t.# liny box." He con then choose his own. Swank Jewelry is exclusive at Willis Men's Store The Bold Look Attract ice gift boxed for him. On the Depot Corner For Little Men Too. You con'J- give a better gift them sostnefhing for frhe Home. You'll enjoy it for years to come. Come in and see our selection of furniture and other gifts. The Ideal Gift For the Family Buy this useful gift for the whole family this Christmas. 7.7 KALAMAZOO ONLY 59.90 Down ONLY.... 16.11 See our complete stock of appliances that will make just the gift for Christmas. 8 Pe. Duncan Phyfe , * 48.4 17.60 per month 52 Piece Set of rs Here is the gift that will last a long time and she'll really appreciate it. In nice chest. Duncan Phyfe COFFEE TABLE END and LAMP TABLES to match only Be sure arid register at our store for the 5 .... 11 piece sets of MIRRO ALUMINUM WARE which will be given away December 24th or 11 a. m. 112 S. Main Phone 381

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