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••"*-{ Hftfrt SYA1, H 5 PS, ARKANSAS Number ot Words Up to 15 ... 16 to 20 .. 2.1 to 25 . to 30 .. to 35 .. to 40 .. to 45 .. to 50 .. -.Rates Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One A Dav Davs Dnys Month tw\ 1 ~.ii ii ~-,n 26 31 •86 41 46 .43 .GO 1.20 .73 1.50 .00 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.30 5.00 4 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.SO 15.00 . 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 _.-are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone If Game By Westbrook Peglor Copyright, 1946 By Kino Feature* Syndicate. By CARL LUNDQU1ST I 7c" New York. Sept. 27-tUPi-Thelj.il New York, Sept. 27— For a commentary on Henry Wallace's approval ot the new Russian empire, -' to House document ;i41, ;th CVni»ress. Second Session, .led "Events Leading up en to For Sale |i II GENUINE ABRUZZI RYE CKR- 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. NEWLY DECORATED _. rooms, bath, front & back entrance halls. Easily converted into duplex. Corner lot. no paving tax. Six Slocks from business district. Good investment. Vacant Immediate possession. 402 North 'Hervey. Apply next door. - tor - v - , , -, i March 13 1339: Germany pro Flatbush was proud of its tcd ultimatum to Czcchoslova ••Bums,' who bouni-ed back to a ju / ,T O demand dismissal of min big ^ to 7 , V i Cl ° ! iV '-n^l 0 ;^MM?inL' : ' st " accused of being anti-Nazi. the Philadclpma Vnil'.ies, t eiceptng ; March 14: Autonomous Slpval once again to within a nali-namo . ^ Rulheiwan diets proclaimec HOME. 7 of 31. Louis. „„„,.„,.,. •-,„• T ' their independence and appealed vi It way a bviUior.l recoxeiv .0 1 a o - nnd lln!y for protection eam that had looked .use an>- _ ., -. pennant contender in thing but a pennant contender in a weired and wobbly 11 to U defeat the day bei'ore lo the -same .Phillies. Even Branch Rickey. \hc sage - : . but conservative Dodger president. 26 INCH GIRLS BICYCLE. GOOD j was impressed. For ihe iirsl lime condition. Good tires. Phone 90. smcc j us oarly-.ioason prediction n= "'' thai the Dodgers cliune nave niuen chance to beat out ihe Cardinals this year, he admitted that he had changed his mind. "I wouldn't be surprised if • you boys in 25-3t $20.00 MONTH W I T H SMALL down payment will buy you Garage Building and filling station. " Own your own properly. „ . . - --- uuvs win the pennant,' he Why pay rent? Come out and| in " ma | c i n « a personal dr see what can_be built wiln^ cc-1 room appe ai-ancc to thank ment blocks. The cheapest, fast, permanent building. I have some construction under way now. 6X6X12 Blocks for immediate delivery. Also some 210 __ pound green roofing shingles. K. .Wilson,. #4 highway, forks Columbus-Washington roads. 23-6t 5 ROOM HOUSE, HARDWOOD floors, newly redecorated, attic for 'the a, 11)0 motorboal xhcy piescnted him il\e day before. "And 1 want you xo know win, lose, or draw you are greatest bunch of iellowi ji world.' Manager Leo Duroeher, beaming over -..ho tormance of his kids. President Hicha signed agrecmen making Bohemia and Moravia protectorate of Germany. Germa troops occupied Czech territory. Aug 23: German-Russian non- aggicssion pact signed. ("Guided by" Ihe desire to strengthen peace between Germ n n y and tb>: U.S.S.R.'i Sept. 1: Germany invaded Poland" Finland declared her neutral- i ity. "Sept. 17: Russia invaded Poland i from the cast. (Molotov. quoted ..„' in New York Times: "Events have .,u,,° revealed internal insolvency and r"i impotence of Polish stale. Warsaw , e, aic --„ , fan Venetian blinds, screened 1IU .\V.. . figured \Veve eat • MO the' capital no longer exists. :..„, I Soviet government deem? it its sa- i', jcred duty lo extend the hand of as , P i sistance" to its brother Ukrainians land Byeo-Russians inhabiting Po- also. l c e p t 28; Qermany and Russia partitioned Poland in border and (The German government of sa u . • . i( ,, ldshi ., t , reaty . s, \\eil cn.ince governmolit and t hc , front porch. Phone 619-W. ?S-3t 160 ACRES NEAR ROSSTON, Hope. Prescott and Bodcaw crossroads. On highway. Water, tim- bei'fknown as Jim Whi'.ten farm. Make offer to Annie V. Ernst. •7104 Wabash, Kansas City 5, PAo. 23-3t Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON VENETIAN Blinds, wood or metal, also awnings, Write Riley Cooper, 1009 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 2G-lm the LT.S.S.R. consider it their task IhinK. thai well the Braves,' lestore law and order and in, sure nationals living there an ex| islence corresponding to their r.a- ,, Itiotuil- character. Esthoni asigned I 10-year assistance pact with Russia, giving Russia material, ail- bases and military rights.) Oct. 5: Latvia sfgned 10-year mu-|has bec;i tual aid treaty giving Russia naval and air bases on Baltic "for the purpose of developing iricndly relation;;." Russia invited Finland io Wonted to Buy BATHROOM COMMODE AND lavatory, must be in good condition. -Phone 438-J. Charles Bs- der. ,'.-. , 27-3t Help Wanted MIDDLE-AGED COLORED WO- man for housework. Apply in person, 91G South Elm. 27-3t "Ii only the Cubs can knock off i the Cardinals, I able to UaiiUlo said. Thc Dodgers, who have- single games leu on oatmday and i Sunday with Boston, are .'die io- day while the Cai-cls begin ihe first of their three-game series wun tne Cuos. Duiocher said ho would use Leny Joe Hatten, his prize rookie, against the Braves 011 Saturday. Hatten has beat times without Although •. thc would make no __ Sunday pitcher,it was believed .hat he would conic back with "Kurvin" Kirby" Higbe, his right landed ace, wno mowed down the Pnils yesterday. Higbe was fast and his curva was breaking perfectly and ii. was not until he eased up in the late innings lhat Ihe Phil him. He struck out six, did not issue j" oct""l4T'6'fficial Russian , do- a pass, and from Ine second inn in.; mands _ garris ons and exchange of until one man was retired in the 1 . -. ----•• • - T^_-,...J This Is the Army Title Battles Get Underway This Weekend By The Associated Press Title play in the southwest con- ets under way .or-.-irrow ference Texas Christian j ; v ~ Worth, but ihisi.Y,,; must ,;hare the attractive jnter- battle be- ia/.:'.le-cUU'.- enemies wilh Baylor and elashing nt Korl intra-tamily feud spotlight svith an sectional card. Heading the Ifct of ween member? •.••t ihi circuit and oulsidt probably is Ihe '\rr.ai;sas-(.'kl,-iiH'ina A. & M. St.''. t'o al Stillwater. Okla. ' nil is a mysu.-ry .nllowini: iheir nirprisinsV.y' ciore call (21-14> \gainst little Northwestern Louisi- ,ina last week, hope to solve the >{feiii-ivf magk- of Bob Fenimore Co., which has carried \he Cow- joys through two great bowl sea- inns. Wilh an offensive duo! between .•'enimarc and the Porkers Cl>de 'cull. Aubrey Fuwler ;<ud .fohn Joffii'ian in prospect, the game has a sellout 'or v.-eeks. Te.xci'- University's Lnnghonu;. defending <.'<inJY.-ivnec: c-bamps fav- jred to repeal, will be out at ,\us- ] :in lomor ow to -nai<e Colorado | Rocky IMounlain kiiuipin. its sec-j ond embarrassed intersection.'! vie-j tim of the young season. The steers, ran over Missouri. ''..'2-0. ':i.;l \vceK. The Rice Owls, eyed as ihe u-am •o>-l likeiv in nive Texas trouble, ri _..atos i'.K campaign in a night. game with LouisK.i-.a Stale Univers- iiy at Houston. Despite the 'Hil- come. this game is ir.iliUely 10 give •in accurate hint of what may be expected of the leathered nock, ns Jess Neelv's tennis nave a habit NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF N»:W MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE E GROCERY ef hilling their stride laler in 'he .eason and eatchini 1 , someone :iap- pi'i;!. Southern Methodist, also making its inauu'iiral appearance, .sails; mtu Temple' al Philadelphia loniglit. Texas A. & M., wnieh Nwamped North Texas Slate, -17-0, 'lust oalur- dnv, rounds oui the program by meeting Texn.; Tech at San.Autumn tomorrow night. B.iylor will lliri.w .its i.T.iiference- leud'.r.g rtisliinii attack ag.'imst TCU's aerial artistry a; Tori with the tennis, neither ex- to br u iil'e contender, rau;:l 1 about' evenly .The Dears opened la:;l \veek with a :.!7-7 conquest of I southwestern, while TCU battled Kansas to a scoreless draw. ehk'ui',o. 21); Mi-''i Iln';' I la a .,,'iui-Kinor. l'll':sburgh, , New Viii-ii. ?•«• „ , ' i^n-os—•Keisev, Brooklyn, (, ('Incinn.'ili, 21. ig -Howe, Philadelphia, 11- IMcUrtin, St, Louis, M-B— Friday, September 27, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPB; ARKANSAS • BLONDIE League Leaders By The Associated Press National League^ _^._, „ " "HiiViVu H---jTlus i a 1. St.. Louis Mi7.0, New York, .:)H7. Kuns—Musial. St. Louis, 4— 7;>,:i- .700. '• Amerlciin League ; IliHlinu-Venior.. Washington, :»-Vi; William:;, nnston. ,.vli>. . Hun-;--- Williams. Moslem, 141, •in, \Vf>:li!!iHl»li. .. , , _.„ Huns baMed iii-lire-.-nberfi. pe- ll-oil 12:i; Williams. Uosliin, 1.21. Double.-- --Si.onfe and Vcrnon, Wt'.shiru'.t.-n. -i:i. , , ,„ TiipU V- -Kdwanh:. Cleveland, 10, Lewis. W:. :hi!''!!i.n. 12. H'.'.ie mil.; Oi err.'.x'rf.', DolrcA, : V.'illi:n'.i>:. I'.Lislu-i. .«!. -' V Kt.ilni U:i.-,c:. 0;,..c. Cleveland, • Stir;'v,-ei*s. is'i-w York, 17. Piichii->n— -I'ViTisH. Boston,- 2,>-G— Slaughter StanUy, Brooklyn St. l.oui---, !)». Hits—Musial, St. Louis, Walker, Brooklyn, 1!!2. Kuns batted in—Slaughter, Liuiis, 12(i: Walker !lri><;i.lyn Diliibles •-Musial, Si, Louis. i Holmes. Hoston. MS. I Ti iivic:— -Musial, rft. Louis. (Reese, llruoklyn ILL PUT MY BALLOON IN DADDVS MOUTM SO I'LL KNOW WHERE IT IS Rv Clii«;l< Yoima ffiwnmrr GEE HOW I HATE DREAMS THAT END LIKE THAT In the Century, '.ant ]',at first quarter of the Mill the jester was an impor- ot' 'every lnn;e household. Have Your for Furlough etc. 24 HOUR SERVICE .,_»„, 1 10 y 220 So. Walnut Hope, Ark. New York, Sept. 27—</Pi—1C precedent and punch moan anything, to- AN EXPERIENCED MAID. SJ5 week. Apply in person, DOU North Washington. S7-31 Salesman Wonted . with Lithu military and air bases and fortify Lithuanian-German ania for right to fiontior. Oct. 11: President Roosevelt wrote President Kalinin of Patssia his hope that "Soviet 'Onion make no demands on Finland in nights Tony Zale-Rocky oraziano middleweight championship | _: iglv will end in a knockout. . . there at least one litle bout MI cvcrv other division ihi:; year and all but one of them wound up wilh someone on thc .-loor. The only champion who had to go lo Ihe Cull distance was •Myweighl Jackie Patterson in turning Dae* .Toe Cm-ran';-- challenge. . . As ;or Rocky, you know he's a guy who knocks them over with one wallop. Tonv requires a few more punches, but'he still can knock them flat. was lalkinc! things over with ot fans when someone asked u i.ie Cadets had any weakness. ."Sure, Ed replied, "their second team isn't as strong as vheir :'irst '..earn ?• -! n i al ,° "V I consistent with amicable relations ^mls could touch . belwccn the two and thc indepen d. s;iv rlirl i-int tSKliP ! ,. . . ." ~» f . . * r. __. __ -•» _ EXECUTIVE TYPE SALESMAN "• Advertising Specialty Manufacturer established 1883, AA1 rating, with largest and most diversified leather, plastic, calendar and novelty line in the business, has vacancy for experienced salesman'. Qualifications: Age 3545, at least eight years selling experience, usuable car, ability to work steadily and use intelligence. A man with these quali- seventh, did not permit a get on base. He got 13-hit help from his mates including a tremendous 375-foot! homer by Joe Medwick with a < man on base. I There was only one unhappy! note. That was the bitter blow suffered when Pete Reiser, "tha im- luckiest guy in baseball," suffered a broken bone above his left ankle when he slid back lo first as Philly pitcher Charley Schat iried to picR him off base in the first inning. Reiser, playing his second game after being cut 'two weeks with a Charley-horse, had previously been ,, i territory — presented to 10 ij.j iesc dernands essential pence t\ iriuii \VILII HC^L: tr-tan- . , fications can make from S5.000 to his thi-owmg ^ut tne Do -, out this season with a bad leg, and a brain concussion sulfursd when he clashed into the left field wail, and a lorn muscle which had made the Gulf of Filand ad the coast of Esthonia, "whose independence the Soviet has undertaken to defend.' Oct. 23: Finland made counterproposals to Russia and Russia rejected them. Molotov said Lenin' grad lay within range of big guns, I :m i'-iniiisn soil. Also sea approach| es id Leningrad. Nov. 3: Russia annexed Polish Western Ukraine ' and Western Wile RUSSIA. Finland, offered Rus- Pigskin Pickins (Last week's percentage •— selec- w "'ions: 1.000; poetry .000 ) Notre Dame vs Illinois It's stop Buddy Young, Or Ihe Irish get stung. Holy Cress vs. Dartmouth Holy Cross is lough at Worcester And Dartmouth can't play like it ustcr. Oklahoma vs Army The Socners will suffer Aches and pains ~~ ATTENTION FARMERS and DAIRYMEN Preserve your Barns and Roofs with Paint For Comn-.ercinl Spray Painting consult LUM RATELIFF Phone 979-W 518 W. Division Job Print-ing, Office Supplies and School Siipp'ies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. Finland. to pre- When they tackle the Army On thc plains. Tulonc vs. Henry Frnka (x> Should throw out an nka X-Tho pronunciation is .£ ranka) Today's Guest Star Carter (Scoop) Lalimer, Green ville, S. C., news: "No wonder vhe country al large has a meat shortage: all the beef is out ihero on the football fields.' $10,000 with us in his first year and then have a good chance of joining our SIS.Ono to 820,000 men. Write qualifications — C. H. Sumpmann. Kemper-Thomas Cc., Cincinnati 12, Ohio. 27-lt a fine chance even without him. In fact they are banking now o;i "winning the -flag for Petty." They mignt do it, too. Hank Greenberg's home run hitting featured other games yesterday. The Detroit Iirst baseman gtvt two as the Tigers trirnmcs the Detroit Iirst baseman got two as the , ., , Tigers trimmed St. Louis, 6 to ° Joe Medwick, Dodgers — batted anc( i ncl . e ased his total to in three runs with a nome run Yesterday's Sfors sia concessions "lo improve .relations and insure peace' which "represent heavy sacrifice as ihey aflect an area inhabited by Finns since an Ancient date, and : ; or cen- Bui'the DodgeVs £» th.y had tuples has formed part of Finland's f;,,,, ,.!,„„„„ «,.n^, ,,,;IL,,.,,! KI.-.I TV, pi-'UllCiil tOllllOly. Nov. 2C: RuKsia protested to Finland against ••unexpecled artillery .•:..„ f[- om Finnish territory. Fin- . .,. REMOVED FREE <: Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CR5PPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone HB3-W (Phone Collect) It No Answer Phone 3158-R Mrs. Claude Whitehurst Representative for Mutual Gsnefit Health & Accident Association United Benefit Life Insurance Company Omaha, Nebraska Phone 952-J 1013 West 5th St. "Complete service for your car' 1 ' MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING BaHcries Recharged Shop equipment is no belter than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, sac HOMER CO3B _ Highway 07 Phone B7~ ALL GS's Interested in Con I act Vcf Office or B. L. Rctrig cf tlin airport o FlJghv Instructions o Rklcs o Charter Trips HOPE MMNICIPAl AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline V,' , arm lame and single to help defeat 8-2. -o- Phils than Ted Most of the birds that migrate _to an d from Canada travel at night. 44, Mickey -.thletics to six hits as Washington "on, 2 to 0. and-, Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large OP Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS, e 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 Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to Section J3 of Act 297 of 1945, notice is hereby given that he last, will and toKJur.-icni or Mrs. Elizabeth Cox of Hope. Arknim-;;, ,vas probated, in common fovrn by he Probate Court of Hcmpstoa:! County on the 2nd diy of September, 19-16. An appeal from such probate pan be affected only by tiling a petition, slating the "rounds of such nppeal, with this court within six (6) months from the dalu of this notice. 1 . Witnf:';s my hard anrl seal this -Ilh day of September. 10-J6. Leo Ray Clerk of Probate Court. Bv Arthur C. Anderson D. C. Sept 20, 27. Oct 4 MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarknna land said Tiring came :from side. Nov. 29: Russia broke relations with Finland. Finland asked con- cilalon or arbtriation according to non-agression treaty. Nov. 30: Roosevelt regretted Russian attack on Finland. "The present tiend toward force makes insecure Ihe existence of small iia- [ lions and jeopardizes the right of mankind lo self-government.' Russia set up Finnish Soviet, to C'ntice part of thc Finnish people to its .side. "By the will of the people, indignant at the criminal policy" ot the legitimate Finnish government, a ne\v peoples proysional government was .formed in eastern Fin land, behind Russian lines. Dec. 4: Russia rejected League of! Nations proposals xor settlement I ot! Finnisn dispute, insisting there was no war but ihat peaceful relations now existed between Russia and ihe i-.cw peoples provisional government which had asKed Soviet to help it "liquidate the dang- eroiu-- seat of \var created by its 'former rulers.' ' Dec. 10: Finland appealed 10 ail nations lor help. -March 12, 1940: Russian-Finnish peace treaty signed at Moscow. June 15: Russian troops /nnrehed inlu Lithuania, after ultimatum, i June lo: Russia delivered ullim- aiurn in Latvia. June 17: Russia announced Es- Ihunia and Latvia hat! agreed 1'u passage ;>f Russian troops. Accused Latvia ut' Anti-Kiissinn alliance with Lithuania and Kslhonia. Jniy 19: EKtiiniiia, Latvia and Lithuaiiia "asked incorporation" int.'i Soviet Ri!:-;:ia. by resolution ru.-v.'ly-r-leclijd com munis t-domin- Sports Beofre Your Eyes When Rev. Benney J. C. Benson prayed for the success of the Dodgers apparently the only one- who listened was Deacon Bill MrKoch- nie. . . The "even-man \notball coaching ttafC at Kansas II. boasts seven no::es that have been nusiod i total of 35 times — '-r: football games, of course, not being poKod ,nto other iolks' business. . . The Detroil Tiger? expect a sellout crowd of nH,000 SiMiday r or ihe second Hal Ncwhousor - Bob Feller mound duel. All the 40.000 reserved seats were sold by mid-v.'oek. Dot's All, Brothers Ed M'.-Kccver. w hose Cornell team takes on Army next week, BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumblno " Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Ye.irs Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. Segnas-, Sr, PLUMBER Contracting and Repalro Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. MOTIOE Tilt-Ray VeneHan Blind Co. 1123 County Avc. Texarkana, Arkansas WE e CLEAN 'EM o 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 a go 9 rs si- every type o? Ions at" 20% less Our CompnnicB F.Hch Year Re- ,> turn to Pol'cyhplders Millions.of ••' DolLirs in Snvinqs- lis MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable L.?;ial Reserve 108 En-,t 2nd Phone 221 BcsobdH Scores. National League Brooklyn 8; Philadelphia 3. Boston' tt-4 ;Ncw York 0-1). Chicago TK Pittsburgh '.'. Onl.y games schoduled. American Leaoue Detroit (i; St. Louis 3. Washiiifliun 2: Philadelphia 0. Only games scheduled. Minor League By the Associated Press Yesterday's Scores International league finr;l playoff: Montreal 7; -Syracuse •'.. <Montreal wins series, •!-! i. Southern Association :"inal playofl: Memphis 10: Atlanta G. (Teams are tied at 2-21. Pacific; Coast League semi-final playoffs: San .'''rancisco 3: Hollywood 2. San Francisco Ifads 2-fli. Los A n g e 1 e s 5: Oakland •! 'Teams are tied at 1-1). Fights Last Nsght COMPLETE RADIO SERVSCE Bob Elrnore Auto Supply Phone 174 21G S. Main ^ Doug /r"B"T'V Carl Bacon 'Wi H I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — . House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Silver and Gold All Styles EYLETS all colors RHINESTONES Buttons — Belts — Duckies Mail Orders Invited Mrs. H.W. Hatches- 309 E. Second Hope, Ark Phone 407-J I Get Ready By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver 'Plenty of Parking Space' Hatters HUGH B. HALL, Owner . Fe»9M*oi» fhone 76 ;Hi-d |)arl;aments which proclaimed them Soviet Republics. Am;. 2'r. Ksthonia, Latvia - and Lithuania uitified incoiporalon into Soviet Russia. Jiii! 1 ? 22, 1941: Germany invaded '••'• "Ma. KiLssiu fi'.jaiii attacked Finland. Fiurn ihe foi-ei;oin.L!. the conclti- '.ii.n may be diawn that Wallace, Ii;. !ii.; rcc-c-ui ••.•ridorsemcnl ••! cx- I ti!-i::-;iiin 'hur : :u- and the :'urther | avjjiratiuns oT the HJW '.Soviet onv piie, ,-ipiii ovi;s ihe deveiojjrnents here recorded. (),i llu 1 s:i!iR. basis Ihe conclusion it 1-i'M.iujiuijle th:il lie would justify '.lie crcatinn. an Soviet soil, of :i IH.-W people's provisiiyiial ilovern- mi-rit of tho United States, corned (if immigrant Conimunisl ifoll.vwoud acinrs, Karl Brov/der, William '/: Foster, and other critic, of present conditions in the United States. Thc invasion or bombardment of iho United States by a Russian "army of liberation' would follow cctlents. New York Dayton, O.. pancUu, 185. — r,uddy Kiio:-:, :.lopped Tommy '. New York. (4i. Boston--Johnny Sliknr. _M!>. Boston outpointed Iri.ih .lohmiv Flyn, 212 1-2. Rochester. N. Y.. i!0>. Fail River, M.i.ss — Let- Savold. ID!) 1-2 iH-s Moipcs, IM., slopped Sieve Kflchell. ''IM, Fall Ttiver Ci'. North Adams. Mat's.—Tony 'I-'al- co, l-i3. iVlidilletuwn. (Jciiin.. -.jiit- liuinled Johnny Dudie;., 142, Chicago. 101. \Voonsi;ci-:el. H. I.---Frank Conli, 140, Ilaverhill. Mass., outpointed Benny Singleton, !4G. Waleroury, Cnnn! (!()!.' Pdrtland. Me. -• Fnmkie Jioss. 153, lj (i .-; t i" ',, oii'pniiiltd Buddy Juiie.s. l.V.d, Portland, <Ki. m'liclil. JVK 1 . •— .U-i'i.v Bo'-:;ver1, I.i.'wision, Me., oul|.'oinlr;fl Billy Lanca:;lei-, 154. Porllanci. ?,1f.. i!!i. Burlini.'lon. Vt.-- Ruby r.]-.n-goli:i. 154, Montreal, '-mocked out .Hernie Cmnminiis, ]50, Burlington. ','•>. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co, For better work at better prices—Old beds made new und new beds made too — ALL WORK GUARANTEED Onp day servicfe Jn town — We Call for and Dellvor Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 411 S. Ha*el Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PSANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like now • Sounds like new ©Now guarantee If- you are interested in bnving a piano coll or write One of our representarives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Toxarkana's Only Exclusive Piatto Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. ' REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop o Bot!y and FoixJcr Shop » Complete Poiifit Shop All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet according lo thc pre- Vidkun Quisling, the Norwegian i merely adopted the reasoning and me'.hc'ds of the Finnish traitors who betrayed their country to Soviet Russia. The methods of the Nazis under HiUer and the Communists was sng, e orw i u.^.^ ^ i .,.,.. ---- -.-- _—-—--.--not an originator. He I under Stahn have been identical. Sewing Machines guaranteed Reon all makes Call us for pair work machines. 23 Years Experience We cover buttons, make button holes and do hemstitching. We buy, sell and exchange machines. C. W. YANCEY Singer Diet. 513 8. Walnut Phone 678-W Cosh Every Week PATMOS, ARK. and l&r CL'Qf and Clean Oveircup Dak Logs and H-sadssng Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more derail Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas Minutes! SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner , •'I'm taking Uic phurmat-y course—what got me inter? eslccl iu the cureer is jny craving for ice cream I • BV NEA OEnviCE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF 'I do so know what n martyr is, Miss Miller! I «ucss I've, •.heard my ma tell the old man often cnoutfh' (3 I Ip FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser <5> GIRLS. WHAT DO YOU THINK. OF TWIRP SEASON FIRST {1-17 PERSONALLY, I THIMK. ITS POSITIVaY GREtBV- --- UNQUOTE'/ I REFUSE JO CO- OPERATE"' ft "Silk's stubborn—she sny.s she's going up on this one if it Ink IT, nil dnvl" POPEYE MOW CAM I FIMANCE A DATE ? MY BUDGET HAS ALREADY BeeN BLITZED// ITS A SUPER IDEA ! ITSIVES GIRLS LIKE' ME A CHANCE TO GO ON ACTIVE DUTY/ -rrr- THAT IDEA WAS HEAVEN-SEMT. L HAVE A MELUOW MAM ALL PICKED OUT,' MMM / .&7S WELL, IT MIGHT -JVOSK- AMY- V ..' ;\w^r, irli. f'-iv 1 !;-. soMtr or- MY' '.;. H ' " - .-.T..-Acrih-a. " A / Thimble Theater V.O I 6USFOSE VV/MPV \ 7DOKEP HIS KEQ J OF LAFFIN WATER \ BACK TO THE SHIP.'.' ^JUS' PLAIN WATER, THE PUREST WATER ~7 ON EART'i OUT OUR WAY WE ARE 60'NJER 6IVE IT TO EVEEV LIVIN' PERSIMG lOPK l»«.. kINU FKATIIll-SSVM'UATi: li».. ttnKI" Ull.UTS (IKUVIUI. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopla Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. V/e'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The mora you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co. '1 GORGEOUS.' Y HA-HA.' HE KEPT] OI«,7HA1 BUT--UH- j PICKISJ 1 UP / SO EXPENSIVE- HAIRPIMS S OME c3UY ,•' > AROUMD TH 1 \ STARTED SHOP AFTER TH' WOMEM LEFT AM' T'T NAAC5E HIM A COLLECTOR OF COMBS.' WOMEN), A HE WAS. MARRIEP FOUR. TIME WHILE THEY HALT/ YOUR PARLOR. T^, FLESH CREEP —AMD T. . fAfVTE TO SEE AlLTWAsT ATOMIC ENiERSY WASTED vMKet^ t I^EED A /WAtvi f It^ tUE 6CREEM AMD STORM VvllMOOVJ f~ LA- SANMTUe ARTISTIC SUCCESS OFJ \MOULD VOU FLA& /v\V TF?A)t^ ( TriOUGlAT THAT E^J£i^ MO\M ROLLS OM TOWARD GREATER TKII^SS? • ^ OONi'T VOU VJAWT AVACPTT, A. CA<=.TLE ; A BUCKETFUL OF GEfv\s < MUST THE VJORLD V^JAIT \NWLE T. PUTTER V^lTH 5CREEM?> OZARK IKE Faga FfV« ;' By Ray GoHo rn FANS ) WILL MOB ~ HIM AFTER HE CIRCLES TH' BASES7 / OZARK'S HOME RUN WINS TH' CHAMPION SHIP FOR BUT WHY?-ISNT THE GAME OVER? VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane ' f0b Growl withdrew his men, and ; rKeys" went up the Drive to Nugget ; \ Hill to get his orders from lash Thorn. THERE GO THE POLICE AND HIKE COMES KEYS. WHERE ARE THOSE BINOCULARS ? THESE, MR. THORN? GRABBED THEM WHEN HIT ME AND THEY BROKE WHEN I FELL DO YOU WANT THEM ? OONT THINK YOU WON'T PAY FOR THIS.' NEITHER OF YOU GIRLS WILL GET OUT OF THIS ALIVE/ HERE/ TAKE THEM.' NOW I'M SURE THEY'RE BROKEN.' WASH TUBES TOB?SArtsTSES'."WEHINK CHICORRO WILL EJE AOST 0' THE \TOO., ALL WERE ABftNPONED IN THE BIG PUEBUOS I 34-NENJ DROUTH THW BESN< IS U76. By Leslie Turner FOUNPINTHE n , NOBODVKEPTANS RECORDS IN THOSE CMS. HOW CAN MOD TELU WHEN THEM WERE BWLT PESEWED '. BV TREE RINGS IN i BEWAS FOUND IM THE RUINS'. WE CfiN /TELITHEXEMUNCH lOGVi/VSCUT.REMNi WE TO»ETIFLMN HOW UTER...NOW B^.^7.E5! THERE'S THE SKY CITV OF *CONNf\ !.. OLDEST INHABITED GTV IN THE U.S.&.! DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney V'MEAN T'SAV YOU RE X. GOIN'OUT WITH MS > T'NIGHT WE^RlN' THKT ? , T'BZ SEEN WITH NNS 1 ? i'DON'T QUESTION WHAT VOU'EE GOING TO 1 I CA.N WE/XR WHA.T I PE£L HENRY By Carl Anderson ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin ',VOU,UP THERE... I DOM'T A\IND VOU HEAVIN' BOULDER'" ME... BUTCH A DON'T NEED T'BELT TH' STUFFIN'S OUTA AW POOR, HELPLESS DINOf-AURi 'ALLRIGHT,TrieM,MOVE i OVEfiJ I CANT GUARANTEE NOT TO HIT HIM IF VOU INSIST ON , -< STANDING WHERE HB'S IH MY LINE OF FIRE-' 0-27 [ HOWS THAT? $SJ f I'LL STW H?RH UNTIL 1 EITHEK. 8RMH THAT BIG CMS LUG 01 BOOTS -fE. >tf^| By Edgar MarHn SHOVO UP \ 1W6 C1Y NE« EtRVICE. INC. 1 M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. RED RYDER Bv Fred Harmon HIW KOf BOTHER IAISSY AUCS, \>- -~^^

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