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H 0 P R S T A R, N OPE, ARKANSAS; September 9-!J,"! 046 '* J Number of Words tjp to IS .. 16 to 20 .. to 25 .. to 30 .. to 35 .. to 40 .. to 45 .. to 50 .. Rates Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six .. Ohe ® • Day. Days Dnys Month 21 26 31 36 41 40 .45 .1)0 1.50 4.nO .00 1.IH1 2.00 6,00 .7.". 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 1.35 2.70 4.50 lli.50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 are for Continuous Insertions O'.ily All Want ..Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over thp Phono Cardinals Overcome By RALPH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer Wonted to Rent Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. \¥ !&»< FURNISHED 3 OR 4 ROOM apartment. See, George Murphy at Roger Clinton Buick company. The ability O f the St. Louis Cardinals to come i'rom behind in Uie | late innings and then go .in vo -win, ! . is one of'the primary reasons lhei cv01 ' existed, we may consider. New York. Sept. 25—The parallel between H e n r y Wallace's "peace movement' and the activities of the so-called Cliveden set in the anxious days jusi before Hit- lers war lias not been clearly developed. Noting Lady Nancy Astor's denial that an actual "Cliveden net' IM* I ftttatw. it. 5) . •— New York, Sept. 25 —(/Pi— Head- lino :13rnoU-lin Minister asks inns. Don Willinmsnlv (must bo in a nil lo pray tor clem Bums. . . Coming j in on n swing and a prayer?. . . ' The Chicago Cardinals' press book just arrived in an envelope from which ihe return address "Paul Brown Building" had been carefully covered up. Isn't that carry- Ing inlei-leayue disputes too iar? Lost NEAR .POWERS, ARK. white and red spotted hounds; I Male and female, large size. I-L 11 Name on collar. Notify Carl B. Jones, Rt. 2, Hope. 24-3t Reel Birds lead the> Brooklyn Dods- (nevertheless, th <-> S''°UP -and ors by a full game today in the {Political movement wnich nad torrid National Leauuo pennant- 1L>n race. Several times during tho campaign,- the C seeming defou!.; out of the waninj; par! of a t;ame. Thi- TWol*^' '' a -S ain lilst "ifelil >vhen .Rook: , . ,. ' .lacy were symj luring tie present j, 0 ,. in aU his r ;r.Tls have pulloa' t . io , 1s for the Gc out ol ihe :'ire :u I „..„..„ ~,.~.,x,,,i ,-, f GOOX1C U S ROYAL TIRE DE- Luxe Chevrolet wheel. Reward for return to J. W. Strickland's office. 23-?,t the Cincinnati Reds. 2- R; Real Estate for Sale THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH bath, on South Washington near Basket Company. Price $2.000. Floyd Porterfield. 24-3t WALK IN AND TAKE OVER this grocery business. Lot 50 X 90 Building 30 X 40. Nice stock groceries with good fixtures. C. E. Cassidy, phone 439 or 984. Ark. Bank Bldg. 24-3t GOOD FIVE ROOM HOUSE, 2 nice corner lots, garage and other out builflings. Price $3300. 'C. E. Cassidy, Phone 489 or 934. Ark. Bank Bldg. 24-3t For'Sole TEN FOOT CATTLE TRAILOR Bood condition. Good tires. Apply Shipley Studio. 24-3t GENUINE ABRUZZI RYE CER- tified seed. White Dutch clover, .seed oats. Austrian Winter Peas. for AAA Program, Alfalfa seed, Mixed Vetch, Pure Hairy Vetch. See E. M. McWilliams Seed Store. __^_ ' 24 ' 3w GOOD FOUR ROOM HOUsif. barn and chicken house. Eight - lots, gas, water, lights. 82,200. Easy terms. C. E. Cassidy. phone 489 or 984. Arkansas Bank Bldg. ;' 24-3t NEWLY DECORATED HOME~7 rooms, bath, front & back entrance halls: Easily converted into duplex. Corner lot, no paving , tax. Six blocks from business ~ district. Good investment. Vacant .Immediate.possession. 402 North Hervey. Apply next door. 21-6t 2tT INCH- GIRLS BICYCLE, GOOD condition. Good tires. Phone 90. ' • 25-3t -JTWO CLARINETS, .USED, GOOD . condition. Price $57.50 each. Mr Cannon, Band-, Room, or phone HOUSE, ONE OR TWO & HALF acres, 1 mile cut on old Fulton road. Priced cheap. See. J. L. Lamb. 23-31 1104. 23-31 $20.00.. MONTH' WITH SMALL down payment will buy you Garage Building and filling station. . Own ycur own property. .Why pay rent? Come out and v'see ; what can bo built with cement blocks. The cheapest, fast, peimanent building. I have some construction uncer way now. 6X6X12 Blocks for immediate dc- somo 210 pound livery. Also green roofing shingles. K." Wilson, 34 highway, forks Colum- .bus-Washington roads. • 23-6t Jumbo shrimp sometimes are as large as 1<" ' ' the 'or purpose tho prevention of I war by appeasement of Hitler. | They were sympathetic., with Hit•'"• ' " l: reasonable nspira- crman nation and .wcvc accused of approving all .his . ether designs and all his methods, including .his persecutions of Jews. Americans whose only motive was i Ui save this nation :'rom involve I tncnt in the war by strict neutral- lity weie accused of delighting . ; n the early ferocities of the Brown I Shirts and thus, of brutal anti- the stage "or Dusak's , seinitism. merely because they refused to admit that ihe American people had any obligation to stop them and punish Hitler. The Na?.i bund in the United States, under Fritz Kuhn, inevitably move;! in as von Ribbentrop and other Nazis in London likewise exploited the peaceful intentions of those frioiuls of Lady Astor for Hitlers purposes. If the Clivc- |dc:i set and the American First Outfielder Erv Dusuk hammered of Southpaw Jcihnn Vanclor Meer's offerings into iho left ..'ield bleachers at St. Louis MI i!ie tenth inning to enable the Cards to down Musial set blow last night bv singling in a run in the ninth to tie the score. Until then. Vancier Meer haci oiankod uic Cards 1-0 on _two hits The Dodgers' scheduled game with the Philadelphia Phillies was Mostponed because ot rr.in. The Brooks meet the Phils in a single game today while ih_- Cards vnnele with the Reds again under tho lights. Brooklyn will play off Business Opportunity "The Blood Horse.' which is i t .., vr ,,,fi, read almost exclusively by breed-1 ^Vt,,,,,i crs of race horses, offers 'ihis one: "William Cagney Productions is looking for a horse wnich can jump, nod. paw the ground, cross his tegs, iean against irce.s. .read newspapers and neigh on cue. So is the blood horse. We'll inal-a him editor-in-chief.' • with nil those Robs). . . When 'Pcim State plays Miami (Fin.). Loo Hnuck. Penn Slate boxing coach, will have one heck of a lime. His two sons. Leo. Jr., and Eddie, are on the Miami squad . . . And Ross Cherico. N.Y.U. jinc coach, has two kid brothers, Arthur and Gerald, among his pupils. . . Prince- tons' fresnmaa iullback candidate, .•Samuel -U u 1 o ii- -Miller, is ihe member of his family to Princeton. T h a t should him a Family Style Indianas : : ootball squad has vwo •sets of brothers. Capt. Howard and Don Brown and ,Ioe and Walter Bartkicwicz. . . Eddie' Tryon's Hobart team can beat that with three pairs, Bob and Joe St. John. Bob and Lawrence Warner and >3ob mid One-Minute Sports Pge Pan! Schreiber, the Red Sox batting practice pitcher who used ui toil for the Yankees, is spending his afternoons scouting the Dodgers. When Paul collects his seventh world series check he wants it to be a vVinncrs share. . . Next major sport to hit Mexico may be ice hockey. Salvador Lu tie roth. Mexico's Mike Jacobs, is talking about building an ice palace .in Mexico City. . . What nol? Its something like a bullfight with the swords worn on the feet. Today Named gers _ objectives bv in a I timidation. William Allen White Dir-,1^ ,..,•,•,„•-,.• .• ,.r-i srlcl oth er .leaders of America first - 'rates, wmrun& ,ne opener. 13-.1 sorrowfully gave up and. dropping the eight inning! . e, - »v- .-,,. Ch '?, n " v»nrirr \vinnu, ,- . -•----- ur \ st , sUt ^ , , '" opener. nightcap, 13-0. Nov.-, in an almost identical situ- In the American. League Gveenbert; smashed avee runs to pace 4-3 and 10-1 vic Louis Browns. The twin wins alr;o stretched a j Tiger winning stroal; to ten <;ame.s ' and clinched second place ::'or the Bengals as the pennant winning Boston Red Sox nosc;l out the vhird place New York Yankees ,3-4. A scheduled National League twin bill between the Boston Braves and the Giants was postponed because of rain while the other American League clubi -.ven> tiled. u. vi i. 'cition, Wallace would "understand' i , md j us ;; t \, identical atrocities by Legal Notecc By CARL LUNDQUIST New York. Sept. :iS — (UP) — Today was D-day [or the Dodgers and it might well stand i"or doomsday. The pressure went on Brooklyn's comeback kids as never before last night when the Cardinals topped ihe Reds at St. Louis, 2 to 1, 10 go a full game ahead. . Each team now nas four games to play. The Dodgers have to win all of theirs and St. Louis must drop two to clinch a Dodger pcn- naiu without a playoff. Never before nas Brooklyn's position been so precarious, although to a man the veam ,'s convinced they'll "win em all' as they square away .'or two more games with the-Phillics and two with ihe Braves. They figured that the Cardinals will drop at least one of their tilts, which would give the Dodgers a chance to tie and necessitate a playoff. "Sure they'll drop one,' said Outfielder Dixie Walker. "Theyre all tight and jittery and Iheyre hot hitting.' All that interested Manager Leo ^, .... „ Duiochcr was the iact ihat Brook- the peace is more important thahj'y' 1 has lo keep winning regardless "'any consideration of party poli-' of what the rnrriinnio rir, tics.' On the record thus far de- ' '""'"" *"" iasno r [ L ! T"O rt lorr^ j^ 1 ^*- 11 .. iuiuiiii\.ui tiuuuiLius uv Ihe Detroit Ti-evs (o i Joscf S ±, a . Ur \- als ? in ihe cau . se °" f ,-ictories over the ;3t p caco - Hu5 impudent assumption of '•"'"peace' as his sole political property and the brutal implication that all who are unwilling io appease Stalin want war with Russia' seriously impugn his sincerity. It is further impugned by his selection if a partisan political rally in New York, dominated by forthright and covert Stalinists, as the time and place for the declara- _ tion that caused UIR uproar. This si-heel- was a "Beat Dewey' meeting ar- I ranged by partisans of the Demo| cratic State ticket and this fact I must be thrown onto the screen be- bnnmp has a life span of about 1 side his pietistical statement on 12 to 18 months. leaving the cabinet, that "winning LOCKS, FINED Moline, 111., Sept. 2!> —f/Pi— Police Judge Ralph Stcphcnson fined William Osberg $100. but suspended payment, after he denied a chaige of assault and battery preferred by his former wife, Jessie Barrows. But a few seconds later Judge Stepheiison ruled the fine would have to be paid. He told Osberg that the manner in which he had looked at his former wife was "the most vicious stare I have ever witnessed in the courtroom.' ^ "• ' 0" •• Georgia is called the Empire State of the South. League Leaders National League Hattlni; — Muslal, Si. Louis, .308; Mi/e, New York, .?»!". Huns — Muslal, St. Louis, llfl; Slaughter, St. Louis. 911. Runs balled in — Slaughter, St. Louis, 12G: Walker, Brooklyn ,118. Hits — Musial. SI. Louis', 221; Walker. Brooklyn, l!!l). Doubles — Musial. St. Louis, .1(1; Holmes, Boston, and Kurowski, ;.U. Louis, 1)2. Triples — Musial, St. Louis, 10; Reese, Brooklyn, and Ctivanetui Chicago, 10. j Homo run:: -•- Mi'/.c. Now York, and Kiner. Pittsburgh ??.. Stolen bases — Reiser, Brooklyn, 35: Haas. Cincinnati, 22. Pitching •— Diekson. St. Louis, H-5-.737; "Howe, Philadelphia, 114.733. American League Batting — Vernon, Washington, .35(i; Williams, Boston, .342. Huns — Williams, Boston, 141: Pesky, Boston, 114. Runs batted' in — Williams. Boston, and Greenberg, Dot roil, 121. Hits — Pesky. Boston, 20:); Vcr- non, Washington, lily. Doubles — Vernon, am! Spence. Washington, 4f>. Triples — Edwards, Cleveland, 15; Lewis, Washington, 12. Home runs — Greonborg Detroit. 41; Williams, Boston, 38. Stolon bases —- Case, Cleveland. 29; Stirnweiss. New York, 17. Pitching — I'Yrriss, Boston, 2Ii-G- .KOO; Gumpert, New YorK, 11-,!- Baseball Scores By The Associated Press National League St. Louis 2; Cincinnati 1 (ten inn- ingsl. >.,nicago 13-0; Pittsburgh 3-K1. Philadelphia 'nt Brooklyn postponed rain. Boston at New York tloubleheader postponed rain. /•MHcntaii Lentjtic Detroit 4-10: St. Lnulj 3-1. Boston ii; New York 4. (Only games scheialled). MINOR .LEARUE BASEBALL RESULTS By The Associated Press Southern Association Final Playoff Memphis .) ;/vtlnnln f) flonms aru tied at 1-1). Internationnl League ,MCII Kiayoff Montreal at Syracuse postponed. (Montreal leads 2-1). Roecn (Broadway Arena — H 1 ? 1-2. r -nrdi Willie Odoni, M2 1-2, New York Cvril Gnllie. l.-nnckcd c.nt Chicago (5i. Mi.nche.'itcT. N, Ti. — Waller Cab' byi I pwis, |;V1, New York, ottt- li'olnlrd Vinco Dell-Orlo, 133, I'hlla- dclnhia (10). Chicago -- llooker BecUwil.h,*,?!?. Clarv fnd. l;nrif);orl out Jirniiiy Fields, H'.:l. Drorkton. Mass. (Dr. jHaycs, K'« .Boston, defeaterl ,loey Salem, Mm;'-.. —Timothy (Buddy) Loiv.'o, l!!fi, Baltimore 7J — dis- f|tuilificnjion. Yesterday's Stars PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 38 SUBMITTED BY FIFTY-FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, a majority of all the members elected to each House agreeing thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, ond upon being submitted to the electors of the State for ao- proval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at "such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 3 of tho Conr'ituVion of the State of Arkansas be amended to read as follows: The county courts of the State in their respective counties together with a majority of the justices ot the peace of such county, in addition lo the allowed to the power mu » i , ,-, counties, Ihe state of Georgia was named the county after King George of England. ' - ' The Staue of 450,000 pounds. Liberty weighs and Quick. • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too SmaH • ANDERSON BROS. • William R. Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Discharges - Legal Documents 24 Hour Service vclopcd, he raised ihis issue, started his own Cliveden movement in Ihe United States and shook ihe world for the primary purpose of beating Dewey" in a stale olection completely detached from world issues. H i s secondary purpose plainly was to steal "peace" as his own political property, jumping the claims of more honest men and mocking the devout peacefulne.ss of m'illions of Americans whose hopes and fears are personal and spiritual, not political. It would be a great mist-'ke io believe that Wallace is altruistic and a pure' idealist as his press claque of misanthropic interpreters constantly tell us he is. He is ambitious to be president of the United States and hopeful of an obedient congress which would give him the same "aggregate war powers' ihat Roosevelt wangled for himself. The full extent of those powers would make Wallace a dictator limited only by his conscience which thus far has not moved him to reject the Stalin terror but rather condones it on tne ground that such slaughters and historic mass persecutions arc "inevitable' in a rev- .olution wrought by ^ome oriental amount of county tax | college of Gods. A man so tolerant be levied, shall have ' of ooryqrs in Europe as unavoidable to levy not exceeding trivialities in human, progress might see' tho same excuse :"or the same process here and might get vn as | away with much under those "ag- when i jjregate' power:;. of Wallace as a drooling oaf to whom the terms "crackpot' and "starry-eyed dreamer' are assets rather than liabilities, the prudent American will regard him instead as a sm-ewd, ambitious, and potentially ruthless exploiter of the people.; t'enr of war. Woodrow Wil- clo. One more defeat and we're sunk,' he said. "Wo have to win em all and hope tor the best out west.' Durocher figured that -the Dodgers got a lucfcy break yesterday when rain caused postponement of their gave game them with their tne Phillies, .first re* in FIRST-AID FOR SCALP-SCRATCHERS If dry scalp itches rub on a few drops of Morolinc Hiiir Tonic. Helps remove loose, unsightly dandruff flukes. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC A German was being led to execution one rainy morning by a squad of Russian Soldiers. "What brutes you Russians are." grunted the doomed one, "to march me through the rain like this.""What are you complainii ;; about'. 1 '' retorted one of the squad. "We have to march back." NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NHW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY Fights Lost Night By United Press New Yo"i.- (Pnrk Arena'i —Roccn Rossano, 141, Brooklyn, outpointed Ruby Garcia, 1S5, Puerto Rico (li).' Jersey City, N. J.—Artie Towno. lf>0, New \ork, o'titnointed Kal Richie, 141) 1-2, Brooklyn (10). By The Associated Press Hank f'ireenhor,'!. Tigerr, — Hammered three homers to boost his total to 41 and pace Delro<J4to 4-;! and (iO-l victories over St. LomV Krv Dusak, Cards •— Smashed home run in • tenth 'inning to give SI. Louis !M win ;ivor Cincinnati. The name Alaska Is derived from an Eskimo word meaning Great. Country. *• ATTENTION FARMERS ond DAIRYMEN Preserve your Barns and Roofs with Paint For Commercial Spray Painting consult LUM RATELIFF Phone 979-W 518 W. Division Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 083-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-H of making and repairing public roads and bridges of the respective counties, and for no other purpose and shall be collected in United States currency or county warrants •legallydra'wri'cri such road tax fund if a majority of the qualified electors of such county shall have voted publ'c road tax at the general election for State and county officers precading such levy at such election. Filed in the office of Secretary of State on the 20th day of March, 1945. Witness my hand and seal office on this the 25lh day of February, 1046. C. G. HALL. Secretary of State May 8, 15, 22. 29, June 5. 12, 19, 26 July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14 21, 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25." Oct. 2 0. Ifi. 23. 30. . son and Fianklin D. Roosevelt worn elected on promises vo keep Uio country out of war and Wallace is smart enough to understand that if.ho should go to the people as the only one promising ;hem peace, aayj of play in which 'ihey played 17 games, including the epocnat 19- innnig rimless tie with vne Reds. The postponement also gave; Pete Uesier, outfield star, another day in which to recover :'rom a leg injury. He planned to start voday, and thus will be able to play dn extra game against ihe Phils. The postponed game was set back to Thursday, an open date lor botn teams, li today's game is rained out, it will be played as part of a double header Thursday. j "And we'll play Thursday come hell or high water," liiirc.cf.cr said. "That would be our only change to gel the games in." Nevertneless, the possibility arose that a two or three clay siege oi rain might wash out one of more nf I|TO remaining Dodger games. And there is no. provision in the isuuouai Lioague rules ior replaying them, fn .such a case the Cards might win or lose the flag while the Dodgers listened to them do it on the radio. Durocher said he would use Ri(- lin' Ralph Branca, who has a string of 20 scoreless innings and two straight shutouts, against the Phils today. Branca blanked the Cardinals with three hits and the Pirates with five in his most recent c.utings. Manager Ben Chapman, going "all out" to retard the team that has beaten his Phils 16 out of 20 times, planned to use his ace Leftv, Oscar Judd, today and Charley Stanceau,, his Hungarian right hander, tomorrow. However, Judd, winner in his last two starts against Brooklyn, is troubled with a side injury and may not go. Oulfialdcr Johnny Wyrostck, a dependable Mrs. Claude Whitehurst Representative for Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association United Benefit Life Insurance Company Omaha, Nebraska Phone 952-J 1013 West 5th fat Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or GS Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver 'Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners Hatters HUGH B. HALL/ Owner 2Q8 N. Ferguion Phone 76 without ifs or amis, he might "sweep iho election in 1048. The other can"' didates, being more honest, probably would talk iacts and weigh the possibilities of war as they actually exist in the constant aggressions of Stalin's new empire. To aHrnit that war is even a remote possibility is a fatal error to an American campaigning for the I presidency. Wallace'';; Cliveden .set is infested with advocates of the new Soviet i empire, under Stalin, to *a much I greater extent than Lady Astor's group and America y'irsl were cor- I riipled by Naxis. In the "Beat Dew- jey' rally lie vvus surrounded by ionic American quijlings who would repeat here the process ni the Polish Lublin committee and th'j Finnish "government in oxile,' truitiirous groups which sold out Iht.-ir countries to Stalin. i The time is loo early now but it is not fantastic io think of a day when s*omo group of American Stai- inisU.in the Wallace adherence 1 .' inll sot up headquarters in Mos'.i'\v and be rccogni/.ed by Stalin ;is the exiled "people's' government of the United States. Wallace.-; cliveden set argue that, it 14 no business of ours, worth war, what Stalin does to the millions of wri.-clu:s who have fallen inlo his power in conquered countries. These; traitors, who sorrowed and raged over pirseeulions under Hitler, are cheery about persecutions as bad or worse by Stalin of millions of captive human beings. The honest question for American. 1 : is whether we should snake a war to stop these things. But Wai Uico and his Cliveden .set discredit their own professed motive. Their propaganda shows that their mo- live is not to save the world from war, nol lo preserve the United States but to deter the United States "rom opposing ihe extension of the new Russian empire. hitter, also was laid up. Chapman said. Durocher refused lo speculate beyond today's game on his pitching assignments. When ' • "ii.n i inut Cardinal Manager Eddie Dyer was planning lo use ITS ;n;t' i- ,- hander, Howie Pollet at least twice more and in relief if necessary, Durocher replied: "I'm not as smart as all that. We gotmplay these games c.ue day at a lime." 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Walnut Phone 578-W Clear arid Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansa) NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAiNT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM « RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING DOMT WAIT TILL VO!JR CAR FALLS DOWN ON THE JOB/ Wetlnesdoy, September 25/1946 HOPE' StAft, H5t»fi, ARKANSAS * OZARK tKE By Ray <SoHd" S POPJ WE PUT OUR **Ji!l." JELLY BREAD ON THAt CHAIR VVHEN \N& WENT OUT TO GET OUR MILK \y^ COME ON, ( I CANT STAND TO J ( SEE A GROWN -UP V-, MAN CRY i-'ELT LiKfc A GNAT JES' LIT t, ON MAH HAID... A GLASS OF /. ( T MILK WOULD BE ) > ,f,^p n/ VERY NICE WITH < ( WOULD; THIS JELLY BREAD W/TH THE SCORE. TIED IN THE. FOURTEENTH INNING-, O2ARK IKE STEALS SECOND BASE, BUT... AM KOWD v TH' BAWL GIT AWAY \ UP THURE?-AH'M HEADIN'FER..../ By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Land SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner %owl arrived fronThTs post on the other side of the house Justin time to hear Lash Thorn make nis cold-bioodeci proposition. HAVE INSPECTOR GROWL RELEASE KEYS AND WITHDRAW HIS MEN, FLINT. OR I'LL SHOOT DOTH GIRLS.' I'LL HAVE THIS IS LIBSY LANS, VIC.' DON'T DO WHAT HE ONE OF THEM TALK TO YOt. 1 SO YOU'LL ALLGI's Interested in KNOW I'M NOT BLUFFING Contact Vet Office or B. L. Rcttig at the airport • Flight Instructions Rides Charter Trips WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner PR. WEBBER! HOW '(FROM wJWDI&N SILMERSIAVTH' HE HIND BEEN > THEN IF WE HP.O THM'5 AM IDEA, EASV'. I'LLW" OBOV! T SWELL! DID .YOU LEKRN ABOUT \I'UE KNOWN FOE. 'fEJs.RS IN PRESENT WHEW THE \ PHOTOGRAPHS Or (AOCHO . . GET .THEN\ PROW PRISON f HOW WE'RE \INCIOEMTMUV' THE IAE55A6E THM N\E, ^CO^\^. HE WAS IN TUCSON TWO STRANGERS CWAE ANDHISFEU.&COWIICTS OFFICIALS I\ND WE'LL RUN B GETTIN 1 SOW£-/I'VE ORION HAD SCRATCHED / AND SENT WORD M ONCE WMBE THIS SILVERSMITH OVEE TO ftco J ^^^ AND SEE Jk WHERE '. OM THE SILVER BW2! EVEN HELPED SEARCH COULD IDENTIFY THE WO HIM W ONCE! N HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT FOR THEN WtEN THE / STRPtNGERS- IF OUR lAESSfsGE WP.S Ak-^ THEORN IS CORRECT! DISCOVERED ./." " v~r;^ Agent for SCAT Airline COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. 8. CAT. OFF. By Walt Disney Well, tell Junior he must remember that the square of COPR. 1940 BY NEA SERViciriNC.'T.'Mrii'EB'.'OrsrpAT.'oVF. " the hypotenuse equals the .sum^pf Hie squares of Uio « Whyi (lc crooked so-an'-so! Only dis mornin' he was oluer sictes. «»n;r,' inn i»« ,i;,in'» iiotrn ,->,.n;i-,' ,«», <,\»n\» WELL, I 00- HA\rE;)l!w.V THIRTY .„„,_ THE OLD '-•^b 8u " r NOBODY LIGHTHOUSEi\( EVE .FOR RENT 9 JV 7 ' 1 tellin'.me he didn't have nullin' inv size! FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberoer FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser MERE'S THE DEAL .SALS i DURIM& TWIRP SEASON, WHAT, NO MOK'EY, NO DATES/ I He GLAD-L.*.DS REFUSE TO PICK up AI CHECKS AND IF WE" WANT DATCS , Wfi'LL. HAVE IO MAKE OVERTURES / / USED CARS FOR SALE against every type of !oss •at 20% Les Our Companies Each Year Return to Policyhpklers Millions of Doll.irs in Savings! By Car! AndersoJi' MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve 103 East 2nd Phone 221 NOW, HENRY-SUPPOSE YOU WRITE.THE WORD "SUGAR" ON THE BOARD/ "li 1 you can use it lliis way for a while, maybe I can pick up a wheel later!" By V. T. Hamlin ...AND BESIDSS/X I'LL PCOBABLy GET A'\Y SPEAR BACK... / V/HEVVf WCLL,! LOST ANOTHER tSPEAR ], V CN THHT APE ... BUT THAT'S NOT TOO I \ / GREAT A PCICE FOR 1 'v. 1.1 7 THE ONE SEB.OUSOB-; VGOT HIS SPEAR, BUT THERE 13 NO CHEE5 IN TH' VIEW FROM HEBE OF IVINDIN' UP A AWKICHT, UP THERE... SO FAE VOU'tE 'HAD ALL THE EREAKe^EUT YOUR Thimble Theater TACK ^ LOOK INI MY SHOE By Edgar Martin FR\tWO Of J "''" TO &tT C.O ViUrt \-ftVOU~V 1 . OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople By J. R. Williams OUR. FRIEND TAF: LARGE-DOME DOCTOR, Hft& BEEM CUT DOWW TO SIZE . WAS CAUSHT " CI6AR6 OUT OF THE HOOPLE SIDESHOW I CHARACTERS WOULD ' OUT B UP .' BUBBLE su\\f -MF pm> \v ^r':,-;*; M/V50R UP PLACES IN THE EMOUS\-\ TO STEP ODT6IDE, I'LL PULL EARS TOSETHEC PER CJPK I94o uy.flEA StfiVICE. INC. — t RED STEPS r\5iP£. AS Tr-.= AfiE YOU Ll RIGHT? THE EMD OF TEASJSPOR.TATIOK1 P3ANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new «Sounds like new ®New guarantee If you are interested in buving a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A It can put you in an awful fix. That's why we'd like a chance to get its minor disorders corrected RIGHT NOW! OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you wanf the better we like it. Yen minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co.

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