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'*^^ %^ HOPE STAR, H O P 6,, > R K A N S A Thursday, October 3, 1946 LASSIFIED U l Ads Must Be In Office Day Belore Publication ' 4 ijiimber of One Three Sue One y- - •-'••--'—— * » %*At^J ( Up to-13 * 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 'to 39 4 36 to 40 .. 5 « fo 4S .. ; 46 to 50 , .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 . -, .90, 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 i.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 Taken Up .Rates are for Continuous f ">, Insertions Duly * Ail Want Ads Casii Sir Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone TAKEN UP. YOUNG MARE COLT. Owner may have same by paying for feed and upkeep. Ulyeses Muldrow. Hope, HI. 4. Box 167-A. 30*31 Services Offered Lost FOR ESTIMATES ON VENETIAN Blinds, wood or metal, also awnings, Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th-St. Texarkana, Texas. Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate^ New York, Oct. 2 — .For the enlightenment of any who insist that hoosevelt's union movement ever was intended as a boon to the SPORTS •If Hurt i. taJGart«& Jk.- Princeton. N. J.. Oct. ,'! isn't too surprising this season to read blasts like that' 1 one about the human slave market." Seems from here the phase r' ,n, ,n fount: ; Anybody who wants lo give football up (lcic .. n . L bol ., ilg in football. Sports Before Your Eyes Jorsov Jones, who once 'iehl ihe , . , OtrU ( 1 IP> Al (Jl I I I I (- 1 U I HI. t^l ill OV, i I/ 1. I fit PV. ,T tr \ri -\, ^ , ,,..,., .. ,. » coaches who receive higher sala- distinction of mntiging bingo Joe ries than university presidents may explain some of its vehemence. . . But it does seem rtrnngo in this ivy league stronghold to read the suggestion that college:! BItLFOLD CONTAINING $14. ^business papers, ID card. Re' •* \Vard for return to Hope Star. frt_ 2-lt if ifiWEL BULOVA WATCH WITH \black band at JSootball game TTridav night. Return to Wanda rs. 116 North Walnut St. or 701-J. v : '"30.31 ^Wanted to Buy ADDING MACHINE. LITTLE 1 -Food Palace, 1120 South Main St. Phone 242. 2-3t »Ytti3 IKkV. ll\.4V-t.l HO t< •^«JV»« •" »..^. ,,, , ,. . . . < i t | • mine worker, I should like to which don t go all out in subsidu- discuss a union constitution which ing might as well give up nope of governs the local No. 1 drawing big states because the governs of the wine, liquor and distillery workers' union, of New York. The • '»v\jpirvwi,o tutivii, v^v iiv.n A«iix. -.».w > ' un 'boss of this union is Ben Press, a ~' ~ t 'notorious and unrcgcnerate crimi- POf SOIG |nal evidence has been stated here ' before. GENUINK ABRUZZI RYE CER- In approaching this subject, tified seed. White Dutch clover, please bear in mind that the politi- seed oats, Austrian Winter Peas, clans, Roosevelt Robert * Wag- for AAA Program. Alfalfa seed, ner. Henry VVallace, William Mixed Vetch, Pure Hairy Vetch, Green, Sidney Hillman and all the See E M. McWilliams Seed Store, rest of them, constantly and dehb- 24-3w eialely drugged the :.aceless :nan with propaganda to the effect IDEAL LOCATION FOR TOUR : ist Court. Five acres, two small modern houses. Mile east on 67. grade - cross-ing warn't no accident, friends: Longhorns did it a -purpo.se. competition from professional :"oot ball will become too great. . . That theme is developed in this week's Tex., last wet-k Princeton alumni weekly by football reporter Lee A. Gould. He says Ihat the ivy group" agreement will bring to an end the long and brilliant records of the eight colleges concerned as teams of national consequence." ... Then he goes on to add ihat the same thing would take place eventually because the pros play .more and better football and will soon at-loxtra pounds nc Paiuivit:, has learned up vvith Lew Burston to pilot the world's bast middleweight," Charley Burley. Texas, Aggies Boast Speedy Grid Teams Austin, Tex., Oct. 3 — </l')--Tcxn3 and Oklahoma A. and M. tangle in n football pnmo here onturdny that's ranked No. 1 in the nation inn i lie uoys, it ihey wanted Ui, aster moots its big tout today when could stage a corking good track Brooklyn resumes its |)nsl'-..u;aKun Cards to Test Ability of Durocher Brecheon. Dlckson has been effective- against the Dodgers, bcntinfi them throe times and losing only once ..in iclic-l'. Dyer planned to continue his lineup switches if Durocher uses u lefthander. That would mean Krv Dusak would gu lo left field instead I of Harry Walker and Clyde Kluttz would ic-plac-i; Jo;' Garagiola be- jhind tin; but. If it's a righthander, Iliit. 1 same hncni) iht opened Tues- l)u ' i day will prfvuil. s "g-; i,iki'wit,u I; 11 roc her will switch By JACK HAND Brooklyn, Oct. '1 —(.V) rochor's ability to rall\ ging Dodgers from the brink -if Jis ! ba\'-k io Kd Stevens'at first a'gaiiist i meet. , I playoff series with St. Louis know- Jones say^ that wh«;:i Burli;. the he mcrciv aakecl: How long voi: think il will take us lo „....,. Speed to burn is what each team i ing' full well ihat "".boasts, with a fialf-donen backs league pennant and a right bander and probably insert Align: C/nlan at third and Dick ' rr * f~* • f i U"«i»l3t %viiii (i ; iti t i~i.i i.'/j*. 1 1 u«i\,i\o recent Zalo-Gnmano fracas , wh() luWQ run , 0( , m1s jn ,, 5 lc| .,,.,.nw ;i.ik«.nr H,,w iniiL' do ' 9 8 seconcis heading two of the Ja.stest gridiron agKregatmn^ in the country. That gives a general idea of how ttist things may move at Memorial Stadium when ;he Long- Meaning ''.'ale, of course. . . Colorado grid . fans rin;: lo thnt 7(5-0 afiair are refer at Austin, . . . . i> i v.: i i i V71 1 U I vi I (i VI i V. as that gridiron i ho ,. nSi u ,, sc ,,,. ccl ,,„ t |iis season, accident. .it mcol ;in Aggie eleven that hasn't lost to a college team in more the Princc-tuu expects to have a terrific one-two dasli for its irack team, Fred Kclsoy. former I. C. -1-A. sr "i'i! chump, and Vaul Cowi?, who also can beat ten E 'no I2M. Ii midcuo-dr-'iaii'-c- world cash svill vanish in defeat. Back at Ebbets Field whore they have compiled an ama/ing : et'ord of fiO wiiu and 21 defeats for a .7l'.7- percentngc, the Brooks are in- Wlntman in It-fi. He wasn't sure : aboui third r.jid might leave 1 sericf- Cookie liavagutlo at the bag using Galan in left. _ l-.iltlc. [{(H-K. Ocl. Z —(/I 5 )— Stnte. Treasurer .1, Vance Vance Clavlon Durocher has been able io pick than two years. his Bums" oft' llu- floor after a All-America Bob Fenimore is ox- defeat that would lake the heart out pcct.cd to be in his accustomed : of an ordinary ball club. The "lat- placc with the Sooner Aggies in j bus-h faithful are. confident Leo will clincd to overlook the -I-U defeat reports a cash balance of $-11.372,hung around their -.locks l.v Howie 1(lr ' "I- the close of business Mon- Pollet in St. Louis Tuesday. ' !'l-'iy- ei.mpaicd with a $-15,009.327 balance .Sept. I. lie reported cash,- ^ f<ir' spil ?. of a Ios in ^,"' y i s , utfcl ' cd - ; , nl , astlbrin 8 lhcin b:lck s t« wccks gamc wuh Arkansas. It has , Die shadows of elimination. ' i responded readily to treatment vhis Durocher ' .. Bun-owes can get rid ot about 2o weok . Feimiiorc has done 9.7 in the nrouglK oacit that they were liberating him • tract the general public away :>om I froiv nidi. ill t. r %vtit jiuvitiniig^ unii i--— — - .--— c- r ...._.„ ,.,-...- . from slavery. Bear in mind, also, | college games. . . He's right on one should be real good, that they did not give him a chance Army, the Tiger runnerj Near overpass. Owner, Mrs. Coo- , to refuse to join a union and have per there or at Snyker Hotel. I resolutely thwarted,, right down to 28-3' ; this hour, all efforts to compel un,ions to revise their constitutions to Notice 10 DAYS LONGER TO ,*place your order with Stark Nurseries for fall shipment for fruit trees, shrubbery, and berries. l*See or call 400 South Elm, Hope, i Stock is limited. Phone 487. H. ID; Coffman. 3-6t For Rent V ROOM FURNISHED APART- ?ment, Bills paid. Couple only. TAvailable October 15th. Mrs. D. *T< Chamberlain, 717'South Main -St. Phone 3151 ..'.. 3-3t ' UNFURNISHED: . ROOMS, .lights, f water, Mrs. .Maude E. iFnsby, Rt. -4, 2 miles south on •Patmos road. , 3-3t ; - Worsted to Rent tOR 6«ROOM-HOUSE, UNFURN- ^shed*or large apartment. Tela- ghone Lavely at 859. 3-3t Real Estate for Sale "ALK IN AND TAKE OVER THIS •"grc.cery business. Lot 50 X 90. Building 30 X .40. Nice stock groceries with good fixtures. C. E. Cassidy. Phone Ark. Bank Bldg. 489 or 984. l-3t •QOD FIVE ROOM HOUSE, 2 nice corner lots, garage and other out buildings, Price $3500. C. E. Cassidy, phone 489 or 984. Ark. Bank Bldg. .... l-3t GOD' FOUR ROOM HOUSE, barn and chicken house. Eight lots, gas, water, lights. $2,200. Easy terms. C. E. Cassidy, phone 489 ort.984. Ark. Bank Bldg. l-3t 6 X. 6 X 12 AND SECTIONAL CE- ; conform to the constitution of he ment blocks. Immediate delivery. | Un^d States. 210 Ib. roofing, greer, Have a The officers of local no. 1 are the few hard to get items. Will buy president, vice-president, secre- sell or trade anything. . Come ] tary-treasurer, recording - secre- out and see what can be built j tary, executive business manag- with cement blocks. K. Wilson, .er and uvo trustees. No. 4 highway, Columbus and i Pross is Ihe executive business Washington roads. 1-61 j manager, although a thorough can- tress, Apply 4 Phone 897-W. Mrs. Fred Robert- AND MAT Edgewood. ,f or nulny years - Tho president appoints all com Final arrangements have been ^'£ l j miUccs and may appoint such ad-1 made for the Yergcr-Texarkana _,___ r,™,, tl ,^-rj cTn-rr ' ditional personnel as shall be football game at the Bobcat stad- ft Hi"h cood tires' ADD!" necessary" at whatever wages he him tonight at 8 o'clock. Shipley Studio' ' 2-3t : d eoms *''• This is where the rack-; Both teams havc victories under will start Joe . - .- rookie lel'lhnnucr who c;* century. o f service to win M and The worst injury on the Aggie j n hi.i frcsninan year squad is a shoulder hurt that is. - - .. likely to keep Halfback Jim Farmer out of the game. If lie can't play, Ralph Tale, a track (he's a crack hurdler who won flock of medals on Memorial stadium track in the Texas relays), will be the starting wingback. Texas could put in :. u m U.ICKS who have run 100 yardj in under 10 seconds •— Alen Lawlor and Perry Samuels. 8.5; Ralph Ellsworth, 9.0. and Byron Gillory, :).3. But it so happens all these fellows By LEE NICHOLS ;ile tailbacks and don't play at die \Vashingtiin, Oct. 3 — (UP)— | same time. White-haired Corriell Hull strug-, Other Irackslers flying around :n Klcd for liio life against grimly 1 football uniforms arc Jim Spavilal. iVjTimhencd c.tld 1 -' today as physi- Aggio fullback, wlio ia.il .year IMC, cians reported !vs condition critical 10U yaids in 9.U in a Navy meet in assets for the stale of $&•!. • rove Arriving in New York last niijht a tew minutes behind ihe Dodger.-; Dyer's Redbird:; \\-ere a .loose, con- nan fidcnt ball club, sure of lliomsv'vcv •'Mis I .iftcr a 22-hour train trip. ICiMiu ! and not conceding a thine,. Murry Dick.son. a ,viry 'link righthander from Tracy. Mo., wa:- i the choice over Harry (The Ca'.i; , etcers are invited to sign the pay-: their belts and will be seeking 5 ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRICITY ' lo "- He also appoints the election I second win. The Tigers will hold a Ms- acre land. See Bob Otwell at j teller:-.. Otwell Store, Shovcr Springs.! Iho executive business rnanag- 2-3t: cr ' ' nc crook. Ben Pross, is cm: powered io tap Ihe treasury jor all necessary expenditures" and ZENITH HEARING AID, $30. IN good condition, Bargain. Mrs. J. (he may employ his iriends as cleri- K. Briggs, 810 South Elm St. 2-3tical workers at salaries determined Briggs 60 ACRE FARM, frame house, good outbuildings, , tracU , Pross. the bankruptcy 3 ROOM swindler. He negotiates all cpn- with employers. which on mail and schcol bus route. -means that this criminal has $1600. 1 mile west of Spring Hill, power to shake down the -3m- on the lower Battlefield road. ;ployers for personal graft or sell A. C. Downs, Rt. 1, Hope. 3-3t: Ou t ihe members by reducing their ,-, w -""„"--•—- rnnv wa S es or increasing their hours in NEW NORGE ELECTRIC COOK return f cr money slipped to him by stove and new Irigidaire 7 ft. the bosfes wh ^ ar « incidellta nv, box. Call Julian Spillers, Phone | no bettcl . than u ley sh ' ould be 97 ?- J - ' _ 3 ' 31 1 selves. SEWING MACHINE, PRACTICAL-! The Vl USt ^ eS , are 1 ' eo - uh ' ed , io . '-*' - '.""" ne thp hooks and records from ly new, Phone 7S-J or see it at ?9n <?nnth Pinp 320 South Pine. . . . . time to time to see tnat they are jcouect" and they must make for- j mal report of their findings. I Vnrmal '-eports to whom? i Why to Pross and the rest of the ibr---a 'Not TLO the memoers . The e x e c u t i v e ball levy Fights Last Night By The Associated Press New Orleans — Chester Rico, 141, j asiessmtmV and trv and "suspend New York, outpointed Juste .Fon- j or even expo i members," who are 'QME SITES AND SMALL FARMS Located one. and one-half miles Patmos road (to be blacktopped) • With gas and electricity avail' able. ' V. -HOME SITES OF 2 ACRES >' aiid up across the road from "Hope'Country Club. -te^BO ACRES WITH 5 ROOM rhqjise with porch, large barn, t fine" year round stock water, .^good stand lespedeza and grass, •^'partly fenced. $3,500.00. *• 3.^60 ACRES WITH 4 ROOM Jse, fine orchard and truck nd on south slope of hill, partly need. ?2,250.00. ' LSO* — .'EAR COLUMBUS, ARKANSAS • pn graveled rqad— 280 acres of ' pasture land and black land— f $15 per acre —$1000.00 down ' payment required. /JST NORTH OF HOPE ON GRA- rqad— 280 acres of pasture $3,500.00. 'ICISTJER-ELLIS, 103 E. SECOND taine, 137, Pittsburgh. 10. Louisville — Al Gaulteri, 130, Pittsburgh, outpointed Dick Cook, 1128 1-2, Peoria, 10. 1 Galveston, 'lex!' — Eddie Bertolino, 130, Galveston, T.K.O. Chief Harold Jackson, 126, Oklahoma City, 5. By United Press Providence, R. I. — Jack (Spider) Armstrong, 130, Toronto, stopped uien Ltirowu out of work. If a rank-and-filer should make changes against Ben Pross th? criminal, the executive . board, of which he -'is,'^he boss, shall compile all data .'and proof for and against the accused/' shall render the dcci3ion, as a court, and shall assurs all members .iust and :;air verdict." Thus, Pross and his mob would conduct both the prosecution and the defense of this 10-opund weight advantage. One section of the stands 1 been reserved for white visitors. The squads: Yerger Tigers Name Wt. Clifford Pegee 159 Thomas Davis 170 Earnest Haney lot) Frank Noble 200 Tyree Ward 154 Alfred Campbell 180 Lee W. Stuart Ili2 Elijah Taylor 168 Chester Jordan 140 Cleo Johnson 1G5 Bennie Dixon 140 Howard Jones 160 H. C. Brunson 139 Eura Lee Covinjrton 139: Titus Washington 170 Howard Turner 141 Larry Dixon Jr . 139 Albert Abner 145 Eugene Buchanan 136 Willie C. Harper 145 Author Douglas 134 Frank Jones 128 Vernell Brazell 130 V. J. Lloyd 145 Texarkana worse last iiiicr a turn for tne night. •;, insid'f.' the gleaming of ihe Bo'hosda naval hospital. ;hc Sn Diego, and Neill Armstrong, | great A. and M. end who. like Tale, whiteness | is a star hurdler. He won in Ihe 75-year old former secretary of staie. .gravclv ill :Crom ihe -effects of a'stroke Monday night, clung to hi? life-' with the same determina- ] t tion thai carried him to his Itiiumphs 'n world diplomacy. 1 I But. his age and the effects of two-years of .-!niling -lealth .'ength- Pos. ,,-,,,. f i ti-,., rr i'U --f-M.--! hi-vi. -"H Y., the latest reports by his attending . J-'-i physicians were not loo cncourag- ' : ^' lilt;. i _S | At 'mid-afternoon yesterday,. vlie i nn' j ho?;;it:;l said there had been no} •Si! marked change 1 ; n his condition, yjj I then described as serious-, and that -t-yJ ! he was not paralyzed. *•-' | But at 10 p. m. cams word that Tui n ' s condition oad become criti- "•" cal" and two hours later the doctors said il was still substantially th- sn^-i-. . : For his wife and his friends and ', ao.iiiiii.-t •> tut 1 wuiia f'\er. tlKM-r! was > only a hope that '10 ivould pull ! through. Mrs. Hull remained at his j side, spending .lie -light -';i an I adjacent room at the hospital. ! Texas relays last year with a time of 14.,'J. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. RH RT LG LG LE RH RH FB LE NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NfEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone SCO AVENUE B GROCERY Have Your "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner for Furlough etc. 24 HOUR SERVICE ; : p!ey Studio So. Walnut Hope, Ark. ALLGI's Interested in Contact Vet Office or B. L. Rcttig at the airport » Flight Instructions ® Rides o Charter Tdps HOPE MUNICSPAL AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline RT Div beans and nens. op'ons, ;• KG ciried hot peppers need dry but C j cool storage. Johnny Juliano, 125, Newark, N.J., dirty underworld sneak and would (1 '; „ . T . - ! assure the members a .just and New York Jamaica Arena!i — tair verdict" just as Stalin would Danny Carrabella 119 1-2 New j guarantee a just and fair verdict York, outpointed Bobbie Richards. 125, Portland, Ore., (8). Bangor, Me. — Herb Fresman, 139, Bangor, outpointed Lloyd Hudson ,134, Bath, '" (8). -o- 221. l-3t Robinson's Sat 1 Puts His Team in Little Series Montreal. Oct. 3 — (/P)— Jackie Robinson, the International League batting champion, had the Montreal Royals back in the Little World Series today. Louisville, the American Association champion, had the edge, two against Stalin. OUicials are elected for five years, but nobody may run for office who has not been a member in good standing for two years continuously. There are many provisions whereby any rank-and iUn member who seems pushful ertough to aspire to oleciion may be expelled before he has been a member Cor two years. The executives can keep him out of work so long that: he will just quit -paying dues .drop out and drift away to some other occupation. Or they may slug him with a big special assessment, doesn't sav- ior the special constitution assessments shall be levied equally on all member. No, they may be levied t n-' -- • -« - . ., FQB—rDependable and Quick SERVICE • PHONE 933 j No Job Too Large or Too Sman I • ANDERSON BROS. • games to one in the best-out-of- i against individual.) .for any reason seven series when the Negro star'o r none at all. They c=m keep him went to work last night and gave out of work because he can't got the Royals a 6-5 victory jn ten inn- a job for himself but must be lings. A crowd of 14,358 braved Juiiea tnrougn the union hall, frieid weather to watch the action. The executives supervise elec- With the series now tied at two- j lions, in cooperation with as many William R, Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or T14-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Discharges - Legal Documents •" 24 Hour Service all, the fifth and sixth games will DC played here tonight and tomorrow night. The final meeting, if necessary, will be played at Louis- .-ille. o NICK OF TIME Vancouver, Oct. 3 — '/I')—A diaper crisis temporarily delayed sail- ng yesterday of the S3 Marine falcon, carrying 500 volunteer Japanese repatriates to their homeland. Al! other luggage had been piled on top of the vital infant equipment in the hold. It would havc taken a clay to members as the president shall select. Aftor balloting, the boxes shall be sealed by the election committee and turned over to the president who, theoretically, mii.'ht be I in danger of losing his job he j knocked •snail Kt-ep such haiiot box under ' Theodine Johnson 136 Back Byrd Morris 139 Back Earl Watson 150 Back Charles White 139 Back Robert McFadclen 139 Back Jessie Cornelious .153 Back John Tawson 159 Bac-: Allen Whitlaker 155 Back Lonnie Austin 165 Back Carl White 144 End Leroy Hawkins 100 End Clyle Ferryman 160 End Clifton Paxton 175 End Arnold Scott 142 G Roy Walker 140 Clifford Lcake 140 James Free 155 Clifton Allen 160 Robert Johnson 155 James McClenton 170 Robert Talbcrt 160 Damiel Townson Harry Nelson 140 Cleopos Yarkcr 14B o G G G T T T T C C C : ATTENTION, V~*v.v FAR/vtERS and DAIRYMEN' Preserve your Barns and Roofs '' with Paint For Commsrcial Spray Painting consult LUMRATELIFF Phone 979-W 518 W. Division REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 88IS-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. :' 30 Years Experience I specialise in Repairs and '-•.'. >; Sharpening , M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repair* Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. GENERAL, AUTO REPASRIMG Batteries P.echarged Shop tquipment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, sse HOMER GOBB 67 Phone 57 Sec Us For . For Purchase of Homes In Hope. 4% Interest — 20 Years fo Pay Our Companies Give You Complete Protection Plus 20 ; ; Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. « rirc • CasuiUy • Automobile Real Estate & Insurance IOC Eatt Srcontl Phone 221 Say Football Slave Mart By HAL COOPER Washington, Oct. 2 — (/I')— Two officials of American University (enrollment 3,850) blew a loud whistle on college football today. Mrs. Claude Whitehursr Representative for Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association United Benefit Life Insurance Company Omaha, Nebraska Phone 952-J 1013 West 5th 5>t. lock and key" and the executives, of course, keep the key. All members must picket, on command, whenever they arc ordered to do so, regardless of They said it's a 20lh century slave mart. They declared the players are xnockcd down to the highest bidder as human chattels who '-surrender their complete freedom to ^Uie coaches, today's slave drivers." President Paul F. Douglass estimated it would cost his school :?50,000 to field a decent team at cur- BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing * Heating Phane Hope, Ark. whether a strike is on and evun|ient prices. And he isn't going though the boss crook may have d.cciclecl picket some plant to do it. "Instead," he said in a state shako down'the owners for theiment, "svc intend to spend MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" benefit of himself or any member of his family, which includes a fascinating group of adventurers in bankruptcy and police cases. No m;.'inb(.-r may be eligible for office who is indirectly connected \viih any organixalion supporting any philosophy theory or principle in opposition to Democracy." And anyone who joins any organization which is antagonistic to this system of oppression, persecution and racketeering shall be forevr.-r barred from membership." There are many other refinement:; of the Rooseveltian concept of freedom, human dignity for the lower oiders, and citizenship, in this document, but I shall sign off with this one taken .from Adolf Hitler's own system of justice: If an accused int-mbsi- is found guilty of an offense for which no penalty is i f'vcd by iht; constitution, ihe president officer shall fix the penalty him sell. Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguion Phone 76 money to enlarge our an and music schools." Kchot'd Robert V. Fletcher, chairman of the board of -trustee.-,: '•Postwar college football has no more relation xo education than bull fighting to .agriculture." "Day by day young men come to the auction block for sale to ihe highest bidder. The bidding is bitter, determined, violent and unscrupulous. "The country is ridden by agents and scouts directed by coaches who receive salaries higher ihan university presidents." He said that under the- system . COMPLETE RADJO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main football players exist as colony without vhc student alien body. find them und i cstov.' the luggage —and rif-ithr.-r Uie ship, nor the 15 babies aboard, coulrl v.'ait. A wholesaler :;olvcd the problem by providing .<ix bolts of cotton as a lempc.r.-iry substitute. The art of cutting and polishing prc'C'cu.s stones was scarcely du- vcloped before the middle 18lh Century. A gcod way to train children nni to leave a ring around the bathtub is Lo place a bath brush for tub- scrubbing in easy reaching distance-. adored lor their mighty deeds but with purpose unrelated 'io educational ideals." "A human slave market uxtcnds by university oliicials that they can continue to ycl alojiy without il very well. He explained: "In addition to the tuition, ijook:-, and subsistence payments of th'j Veterans Administration. I In. 1 loot- ball playeis acquired at pr«.-aiin\y tnarki'1 price.'! na-civc 1 upv.-ard:, from victuals, room, clotlu.; and movie money, salaries and benefits .sometimes reaching lo :?U(J'J a month." For those who like barbecued steaks, there is available po'.-l- able charcoal broiler equipped with a lubber - tired wheel for transporting it in and out of doors. Its, demountable undercarriage (.-liable;; it to be taken along on camping Doug Bacon Carl Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial • Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairi PIANOS Just Received : — A Large Shiprnenl FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new o Sounds like KCW *Now guarantee If you are interested in buving a piano call or write One of our represeniarives will call on you. CRABBE BPvOS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piar;o Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanlcn: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop Silver and Gold All Styles EYLETS all colors RHINESTONES Buttons — Beiis — Buckles Mail Orders Invited Mrs. H. W, Hoicher 309 E. Second Hope, Ark • Phone 407-J PREPARE YOUR CAR l-or BEFORE winter comes is the time to prepare your car for the hard driving ahead. Our special win- terising service will protect your car throughout the winter. Our Motto is "Satisfied Customers" 314 E. 3rd. Byrovi Hefner Phone 442 -• il j trips and picnics. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too — ALL WORK GUARANTEED One dny service 'jn town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 41 IS. Hotel WANTED S and Clear and 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, Arkansas Minutes! Thursday, October 3, 1946 MOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS^ Fage Fff* ^ BLONDIE By Chick Young PLEASE MAIL THIS LETTER AND PLEASE OONT FORGET I' WELL,DON'T 1|11C GOOD.' R---f" VOU R SHES SO WORRIED ABOUT ME FORGETTING AND THEN SHE FORGETS ID PUT A STAMP ON IT I'M GOING TO TAKE MY PANT? OVER TO THE CLtlANERS WORRY 1 MAILED ) >• MEMORY'S <• YOUR •r' I IMPROVING ^ LETTER ) -_ OH, GOLLY, 1 LEFT MY PANTS HANGING ON THE MAILBOX SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner COPR. 1046 BY HEA SERVICE. IHC. T. M.' REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ** "I've got 3G questions here to ask lhal congressman—I •woK't vole 1'or him till he convinces me Washington kno*vs I'm lr.\ing lo make a living in the hardware business!" FUNNY BUSINESS "~ By Hershberoer COPR. law DYNEA SERVICE. INC. T.'M.REO. 0. s. P*T. OFF: "What do you think of that, Mania?_Hc|fclz is flal i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser ^f?V?CCOPIi. 15-16 DT Nt-A StBVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S^ir'bFP IMAGINE- IT—ME A WOLF/ I NEVER. REAlt 1 / TSOME GIRL IS K-MEW WHAT A FATAL ATTRACTION I HAVE" FOR. / ON TrIE PHOME THE OTHEP. SEK/.-- I GUFSS IT JUSf TOOK. /AMP WANTS TO ^ TWIRP StTASOM TO HELP ME FIND MYSELF/ ./MAKE A DATE/ SORRY, &ETT/, THE TIME I HAVE OPEAJ IS 7-'3O,A WEEK FROM jVAnd Unit, gentlemen, is where the treasurer disappeared I'.', POPEYE Thimble Theater WHAT?? WHY, POPEYE, THAT'S MOT lii ONCE YOU ] TASTE THE ' LAU6HIMG WATERS POPEYE, I 7 KNOW YOU ACE .'! HAPPY AS CAM BE. 1 .' J S OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople DRAT r;/CH"HELLO li-'.cRE, OA',<E.' Borrov. ~>oney from us on your cor, or almost ary- thing o: "alue. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly *... •'. regardless of where you live. The more you want t. Setter we iiSte it. Ten minutes usually gets you the < «h. Ask for !,.> McLarry, at Hope Auto Co. O SIP' ti / VO'RE DOIM' FIWE, rve SA\M CHARACTERS IM MV DA.VS, BliT riONiE. JM DlONiT OP 'E\\ FAK. OUTA 1 CELLAR TOTlNi 4 A MOOSE 9(<ULL/ARE YOU OM VER V-JAV TO TW ZOO TC5 KAO 1 REINDEERS ? / ICK--COMSIDERIW YOU'VE GOT HOIT V O" TH' WRONG V, 5APPLE HAWK).' , X 3UST MOTlCED TlAE FACE WA& TK/KT &LEPT-INi LOOK BO TO SLEEK UP ITS COAT HINA \M>TH T^A^S.' ( ALL VOU ME.EDTO I CATCH-AS- CA>TCM-CASJ OZARK IKE By Ray fiofto i^s^SN. / WHATS TH MATTER, N /MAH PAU WINDY GOT W \ I OZARK?-YOU DON'T J /HURT LAS'NIGHT AS fc 5^^$>. \ ACT LIKE TH' HERO < AH WU7 RPiM' xirv ^ WHOJUSTwSS'Vr,'} \W%§,%&W CHAMP^ONSH^ __J \ MORAN... (CHOKED) AH , GUESS HE AINT ABLE r FIGHT T'NIGHT VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane-; , RIGHT RISHT YOU une next morning we set out on a NOW, MR. B16KH, ] MAPIE. I'll SEE YOU two-dav drive to Late Mystery. MR. FLINT IS I TOMI6HT, VIC, AND TAKING ME TO (GO OVER THE DETAILS. THE MOVIES. BUT YOU'RE COMING Lato the second afternoon... I'LL 60 AHEAD AH OLD MARINE'S ONLY SEVEN "Y I'M SOLO, HARDY. MORE MILES, YOU'LL UOOK. IS THIS AIR LOVE THIS PIACE, /MILDIY INTOXICAT- VIC. IT'S / ING OR IS THAT A BOAT UP AHEAD? '; w^^^J^'&<\\ -'^ WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner, THIS VTKE VJOOD DOES THE IMLMP DESIGN ...BUT TO THE / WOT! SOU (AEKN WHEN HE IA^.N WHO WfNKE I H\S VJ\NDER HE'D PROB'LM SEE TnM THIS, IT NiW BE LMIN 1 IN !X 3^GGEC> LOOWM 1 STREET '. ^NCIBNT ( V-lf\5 CUT IN THE VEWs 1284... ^BOUT THE TIME W5.THINK THOU5HT TO\CWCORRO WM MiM-lDONED DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney 3K.A.V, I'LL COMET' PINNER.. BUT I STIUU SVy THE 3ISCU1TS TA.5TED LIKE • SAWPUST LA.ST TINSE' By Car! Anderson WHY" DON'T YOU GO TO BED - HENRY ? fV&M YOU CAN REST . ^ ^ "*\ BETTER THERE / CAQL- C" OON By V. T. Hamlin ALLEY OOP '//.,._..__. / COF8. )'»« SV NEA'SEB'vicE. IUC ; T. M.Vp.-. «• «• ^AJ- Wr^,IS.«3 J By Edgar Martin ! THOSc. ViTttR TO TKt OLD TOOftV, GOlit TOtAOR.R.OW\ 1OO OUGHT TO DO THE 'T HF\Ut P.KiN ftBOUT Ot' .TUTT COMING lOOSt THE %<i By Fred Harmon RED RYDER E n, GIT OUT/ p T Oi:R LUCr; AT CUTT •-jiiA*iS i .4flt=.Sfta_s---s ^

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