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'4* 1 ^^ ' \ '" j )« H 0 M' * t A RV A ft R A M S AS 4, CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One ©-•— -—— Words Dav Days Days Month Up to IS 45 .90 l.oO 4.50 16 to 20 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 21 to 25 . . .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 26 to 30 .. . .90 1.80 3.(10 9.00 3t to 35 .. .1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 36 to 40 .. .1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 41 to 45 ... 1.35 2.70 . 4.50 13.50 46 to 50 .... 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads cast* in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Wanted to Buy Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON VENETIAN 'Blinds, wood or metal, also nwn- ings. Write Riloy Cooper, 1909 West 17th St. TexarUana, Texas. 2G-lm For Sale ADDING MACHINE. LITTLE Food Palace, 1120 South Main St. --•Phone 242. ! ' 2-3t Notice GENUINE ABRUZZI RYE CER- tified seed, White Dutch clover, seed oats, Austrian Winter Peas. Fair Enough By Weitbrook Peglet Copyright, 1946 By King Featured Syndicate. New York, Oct. 3 — The United States now stands committed to tin article on Hitlerism which, to Americans in our normal frame of mind, is n monstrosity. Adopted in oitr domestic system of justice, it subject to the death penally for AAA Prosjram, Alfalfa seed! would sub J° ct to lhe clcath Penally Mixed Vetch.°Puro HaiVy'Vetch! {any prcson found guilty of thinking See E. M. McWilliams Seed Store, i criminal thoughts. In the people's 2't-3w j courts of Nazi Germany, primarily SPORTS ROUNDUP Brooklyn. Oct. lyu will play at — It tali. 4 — (/P)—- Brook- Ebbels Field tomorrow night — but it will ho the " learn, They just didn't have it — at least, not enough of it — in thc final test that meant the difference between $4,000 or more world scries dough nnd the second-place club's much Brooklyn College football not the celebrated Bums. smaller cut. Maybe the first indication came when Murry Dickson tripled in the second inning to put the Cards ahead. Just then the P. A. system announced: Important call for Mr. .Reiser." And someone cracked: ter field." in the pressbox wise- They want him in cen- .From the second inning until the ninth. Dickson cti- ONLY 10 DAYS LONGER TO place your order with Stark Nurseries for fall shipment for fruit trees, shrubbery, and berries. See or call 400 South Elm, Hope. Stock- is limited. Phone 487, H. [4 BY 10 FOOT TRAILER, D. Coffman. • - - Sr 6 X 6 X 12 AND SECTIONAL CE-jfpr the. purpose of ment blocks. Immediate delivery. Jews, provision was , 210 Ib. roofing sreec, Have a acls not specifically foreseen and i t lew hard to get items. Will buv , , . , , . . . ,, , anything. rv,™*'forbidden by law should be re- ! i dn't allow a hit and only one Dodger persecuting nlanagcd to c ,,. lvc thc ball out - 0[ made that " the infield. The ninth was dif but as stretch Schultz sell or trade Come ] missed that last strike, out and see what can be built jgarded as crimes nevertheless and with cement blocks. K. Wilson, No. 4 highway, Columbus and Washington roads. . 1-61 walls 5 ft. High, Shipley Studio. SIDE ood tires. Apply 2-3't For Rent '•{&• ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRICITY that the courts might fit the punishment to those crimes. In the cases of the Nazi war criminals now sentenced to death or long imprisonment. the United States has gone even further. Not only are the accused condemned for acts which were not forbidden 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART-, ment,. Bills paid. Couple only. Available October loth. Mrs. p. T. Chamberlain, 717 South Main St. Phone 315. 3<3t acre land. See Bob Otwell at'by any law when they were com Otwell Store, Shover Springs, i mitted and are not forbidden by 2-3t law even now, but the court was composed of those who brought the complaints. The aggrieved parties ZENITH HEARING AID, S20. IN 3 UNFURNISHED R O O MS. lights, water. Mrs. Maude E. Fusbv, Rt. 4, 2 miles south ort Patmbs road. ' 3-3t FRONT BEDROOM, PRIVATE EN- trance, adjoining bath, in a quiet home. For. mthi. 215 South Hervey St. Claude Stuart.,, ... 4.-It Wonted to Rent 5 OR 6 ROOM HOUSE, UNFURN- ished 'or large, apartment. Telephone Lavely .at 859. 3-3t 1 OR 2 ROOM APARTMENT, furnished ov ..unfurnished. .Wanted by Saturday. Notify Hope Star. Real Estate for Sale WALK IN AND TAKE-OVER THIS grc.ce:-v business. Lot 50 X 90. Building 30 X 40. Nice stock groceries with good fixtures. 'C. El Cassidy. Phone ' 489 or 984. Ark. Bank Bid". 1-31 GOOD 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 GOOD FOUR ROOM HOUSE, barn and chicken house. Eight lots, gas, water, lights. $2,200. Easy terms. C. E. Cassidy, phone 489 or 984. Ark. Bank Bldg. l-3t good condition. Bargain, Mrs. J. {made the charges, conducted the K. Briggs. 810 South Elm St. 2-31 ] prosecution, made the decision and FARM~ 0 —„•„—, imposed the sentences. GOACRF 6 °frai£ Thouse.oodoutbuidi. ™e satisfaction that will be en on mail and Ichcol bus route lJ°y. ed whe , n ^hc executions are over 31600. 1 mile west of Spring HilHi vl11 ^ ar >" { " individuals but, actual- on the lower Battlefield road, l 1 ^ ll ? e value of th f killings as a A. C. Downs, Rt. 1. Hope. 3-3t I warning to war-makers of the future will be ml. Hitler w'as not NEW NORGE ELECTRIC COOK i afraid to die and seems to have ex- stove and new frigidaire. 7 ft. jpected to die if he failed. For all box. Call Julian Spillers, Phonel ms faults. Roosevelt had no fear of 977-J. 3-3t i death and Harry Hopkins apparent- : -- : - |lv met death a little early rather SEWING MACHINE. PRACTICAL- : than live a little longer under the "lynew, Phone 79-J or see it at restrictions of doctor. Men who 320 South Pine. PHTLCO 'RADIO AND ""•'. P.l?.y?. r ,- Phone 751-M. S-St^ead nations into war and in war (usually believe in the justice of KECORD their causes, as Stalin may have harsh-voiced fan had the last wotd: Oh. you Bum." they really do say it. Yes, Quote, Unquote Eddie Dyer, the Cards' genial m a n a g c r, the. game: wouldn't have missed tills season for anything. It presented more challenges than anything I ever have encountered. If it hadn't been for those Mexican boys and some injuries, we might have won easily as the Red Sox. I hope I'm not sounding egotistical when 1 say I liked it better this way." Timely item Twenty years to the day before the Cards won their place in the 1946 world scries, they chalked up their first win in a world series game with old Pete Alexander on the mound. Five Southwest Teams to Get Full Tests Pigskin Plcklns Cornell vs. Army. The big red team . lacks Army's steam. Ohio State vs. Southern California and Georgia vs. Temple I'd pick the Trojans and also the Geo'gians. Mississippi Slate vs. Louisiana State the team that has Shorty by one point — or -10 . 4-3t Help Wanted when he attacked Finland without the slightest provocation, as Mr. Roosevelt himself, agreed. Few Americans have had the 25'MEN SATURDAY NIGHT 11:30 J composure to consider seriously n.m. pt the Fair Grounds to hflp'the meaning of this commitment of tear down carnival. Inquire for our government before the world, at Carnival, 75c nrr'in co-operation with a dictatorial manager hour. 4-2t ' government, .chiefs, bv the Russia's, whose same standards, Quite a Feat Making Football Selections By HAROLD CLAASSEN New York, Oct. 4 — (/p»— The choisesl morsel in this weekend's football menu is scheduled for Saturday afternoon at Austin. Tex.. and this corner, making the third stab of the young season, picks the Longhorns of Texas University to subdue Oklahoma A. & M. The Cowboys are unbeaten in 21 college games, a string that ;'n- cludes two bowl games. However. that string won't be long enough to hobble the Longhrons, striving .for recognition as the country's no. 1 Williams Will Be Able to . Play in Series outfit. j Bob Feru'more, Oklahoma A. & M.'s two-time All-America, was bumped and bruised in last week's 21-21 deadlock with Arkansas but WANTED, WAITRESSES. MUST ! should have been put on trial be- be experienced. Room, board and | sine Goering and ihe rest of lhe i ikelv , v jn bp ok ., v hv salaiy. Rose's Snack Shop. 4-3t! Nazis. The immensity and confu- whistle blows .. I 7 if,' 011 of events during and since Probable winners of other LOSt ! t; >e war have been too great for lhis wee kend: ; i popular understanding. timo LIGHT BUFF COCKER SPANIEL, 6 months old. Answers to name Even scholars and practical experts in the special fields of his- Pumpkin. Reward. Phone 950-M. i lory, law, politics and economics 4-3t have been unable to keep up. But sve do know that Americans ^ • _ _ g .l~llk >V t \.IU 1X.1I_I>V tl.C.V JLLL1V.. lt.t.11. LOST OP Strayed 'have already believed that no pun * lichmpnl clintilrl Kn inflinfnH fnr nni _______ jishment should be inflicted for any FROM SUTTON BARN TUESDAY i act not fo'bidden by written taw ' White faced heifer calf. Tag No' at th ? ''P 6 of its commission, Our A an :— ____ T» ________ i XT _._•!?__ iPr -^' fnncl itntinn «mf»r»ifinn 11 v nrnfpntQ FOSTER-ELLIS HOME SITES AND SMALL FARMS Located one and, one-half miles" Patmos road (to be blacktopped) With gas and electricity available. ................ 1. HOME SITES OF 2 ACRES and up across the road from Hope Country Club. 2. 60 ACRES WITH 5 ROOM house with porch, large barn, fine year round stock water, good stand lespedeza and grass, partly lencea. $3,500.00. 3. 60 ACRES WITH 4 ROOM house, fine orchard and truck land on south slope of hill, partly fenced. $2,250.00. ALSO — NEAR COLUMBUS, ARKANSAS on graveled rqad— 280 acres of pasture land and black land— 467 in ear. Reward. Notify M. D. Armstrong or Suttcns barn. 4-:H $15 per payment acre —$1000.00 required. down JUST NORTH OF HOPE ON GRA- veled road— 280 acres of pasture land. $3,500.00. FOSTER-ELLIS, 108 E. SECOND Phone 221. l-3t FOR^Dieperidable and ;Qulok • • PLUMBING SERVICE • . , PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Top Smart • 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 constitution specifically protests us against such jeopardy and damage, including the death penalty. Our enjoyment of this security is subconscious, but it is not hard to imagine the terror and anarchy San Antonio Woman Favorite of Tournament Fort Smith, Oct. 3 —UP)— Semifinals of the Hardscrabble Worn- J This departure was never de- tournament i bated among us or even discussed :oday, \vith> exce Pt ' n drunken babble in the games Army over Cornell : Cornell supposedly has good tackles and ends, Army has great ends and only vne- diocirc tackles. But tho Cadets have Glenn Davis nnd Arnold Tucker in the backfield with Doc Blanchard a possibility, if needed. Army. Georgia over Temple: Mr. Trippi and company come north for u Friday night game that shouldn't harm the Bulldogs' reputation as the South's second best team behind Alabama. Georgia. 1 Southern California over Ohio State: Neither club showed Boston, Oct. 2 — (VPl— Bang on the elbow or no bang on the elbow Ted Williams vows he'll play :!or the Red Sox in the world series. The Boston slugger was slipped on the right joint yesterday by one of Mickey Hnefner's curves and a swelling about the size of a small egg developed. X-ray plates showed no break but the club physician barred Ted from any more games in the current series against a team of"American league stars and added "we'd better with a few days before making any predictions" about ihe world series. However, Ted asserted after i.he exhibition game, in which the Sox took the stars 2-0. "I'm gonna play in that series." Pigs Is Pigs I Milwaukee, Sept. 27 —(/P)—Farm-' er Henry Ignaciak says he and his, pigs have one thing 'in common—i they're fed up. I Ignaciak paid a $20 fine in Dis- j trice court on a trespassing charge —but his 50 pigs were the trespass-1 ers. Neighbors testified the porkers Liaci been coming on their property and eating tomatoes, oats, apples, flowers, etc. "Here I am trying to get more meat on the tables,'' IgrKiciak xokl :mt fix By CARL BELL Associated Press Sports Writer Stern tests for five teams and answers to burninp; questions concerning the strength of the Texas LoiiRhorns and the Arkansas Razorbacks arc promised around Soullnvest Conference football yards, which offer a Saturday pro gram overflowing with fan nppeal. .lust how goorl is Dana fable's "best" loam? The Longhorm; will storm' into the Oklahoma Aggies before an anticipated capacity turnout of 40.000 at Austin Saturday, and if the steers .stampede the Cowboys there'll bu no doubt remaining as to the Texans' might. Already Texas has plastered Missouri, the Big Six favorite, 42-0. ^ind Colorado, Rocky Mountain kingpin. 76-0. without working up a decent sweat. Arkansas' strength became a principal, topic in early season speculation when the Ra/orbacks rose up to tie Oklahoma A. ..V M., 21-21, last week after the Aggies had won 20 straight decisions. Now the Haxorbacks get a chance to try their wares against Southwest loop opposition. They'll start their circuit campaign against Texas Christian University at Fort Worth in a game which will mark the first time Porker Coach John Barnhill has seen any Southwest team other than his own in action. Because of their performance against Oklahoma A. & M., the Razorbacks are slight favorites but their principal task will be to stop j tho Frogs' fancy aerial attack. The lArkansans looked woefully weak in [that department last week. A scll- 'out of 20.000 is expected ::or the. ; scrap if thoj weather is favorable. j A victory would give the Razorbacks the conference lead — for I at least one week. TCU topped (Baylor. 19-1G. in the only intra- 'family Acuding to date. Texas A.'& M.. bouncing back from their upset loss to Texas Tech, will invade Norman, Okla Saturday to meet an Oklahoma U. Fights Last Night By United Press I'ortUml, Me. — Eddie Monlz, 1411, Full River, Mass., stopped Armaud Michaud, 1-17, Lisbon, Mass. (H. Fall Tliver, Mass. — Francis Leonard. 1!W. TaunUin, Mas.)., out- pointed Tod Sxvnitn, 12!), Toronto. (10). I i-MttsHeld, Muss. — Leo Sahmio, 1120, Schenoclady. N. Y., oiitpoinlPd .Jot 1 Nadenu, 130, Somcrxworth, |N. II. i.8i. i Kuml'ord, Me. — Hobby Pooler, 1135, Portland, Me., stopped Party | Pumb.1, 1112, Bosloii, (5). Baseball Scores eleven which aluiost pulled tho surprise to end nil surprises before being nosivl out by Army's powerhouse a week ago. Here again ;i sellout crowd is assured. Hanking next on the attractive weekend menu is Southern Methodist University's Saturday night duel with Texas Tech at Dallas. Thc Mustangs tied favored Tem- pl(* 7-7 and can establish themselves as one of the te.uns to beat In the rnz/.lf-tliizi'.lG land by taking Tech into camp. The Rice Owls, who dropped a 7-li tpughic to Louisiana Stale University last week after being picked ; to win, will have a iar easier as i.sigmncnt Saturday night when they I meet Southwest of Georgetown. (Rice Conch Jess Necly undoublcd- •ly will take advantage of this , breather to polish his always tricky running game for next week's dale with Tulane. Baylor's Bears will be idle to morrow. NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF N£W MOULDINGS MINOR LEAGUE By Tilfe Associated Press Little World Series Montreal 5; Louisville 3 (Montreal leads 3-2). Pacific Coast League ,», Final Playoff * San Francisco 5; Oakland 2 (San Francisco tends 1-0). Dixie Series Atlanta at Dallas, not scheduled. GUNS AND FLOWERS Chicago, Oct. -1 •—(/!')— The man who elite-red Fred Llebcrman's llorist shop asked fur the best gardenias' available. As Liobermnnn finished wrapping the flowers another manen- lered and the first customer grei 1 * ed him. Then both produced pi.Pi tols and bound Licbonnann with his own necktie. They took $1S|) from the cash drawer and picked up the best gardenias in the shop which the first gunman had ordered. ' PriJcy, Ocfobfer 4, 194(5 BLONDIE H 0 f> t S T A R, HO ft, A* KANSAS • CLfcANED M3UR TOOLS AND SWEPT UP AROUND ^- YOUR WO'RK BENCH, FOP I ALSO REPAIRED THE PANTS TO THE TAILORS ..HANK YOU, SON--JK OH PAB<\ YOU Af?E A CONSTANTA NOW, JOY AND COMFORT J( NIX ON TO ME'-YOU'RE </ THE A REALDAODYS) (ORATORY HELPER "r~S V OC>J2 ' 'Ii||[!£ THAT'LL' Bfl IFTY- CENTS IN CASH"-/ - SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith - CARNIVAL By Dick Turner CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. thi; court, "and what do I get on of it? Help is scarce, nails to fix fences are scarce. I've worked hard and all I get for those pigs is grief.' "Complete service for yeur car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner Vanilla extract is obtained from the pod of a South and Central American climbing orchid. Have Your Discharge Copied for Furlough etc. 24 HOUR SERVICE Shipley 220 So. Walnut Hope, Ark. Studio that would seize us if, today, srom r " uc j 1 last Saturday, the Buckeyes I this minute on, we were to realize ?l?P la y m E.t_he least in their tie with I that we should now be subject to the principle that the United States adopted at Nuernburg. en's invitational golf were on top here , „ Betty Jameson, San Antonio, Tex. favored to lead the way into tomorrow's finals. Miss Jameson fired a iive under I expensive saloons which have become the hangouts of many of our statesmen and bureaucrats, and their wives, and, even of one jus- par 74 in the quarterfinals yester-|t' ce °f our supreme court. It never day to eliminate Mrs. J. I. Stephen-! was serifiusly presented to the peo- son of Fort Smith and set a new | P' e > a failure which may be course record for women. She teed off against Mrs. Ben Butler of Fort Smith, this morning. Mrs. Butler won by default over Mrs. Beverly Hanson, North -Dakota women's champion. ••• Mrs. Gordon Perrin, Arkansas state champion, who defeated Mrs Carle Robbins of Fort Smith, 7 and 6, yesterday, was up against airs. Dane Harris, Hot Springs, who blasted Mrs. Ralph Siler, of Fort Smith, G and 5, in the quarter finals. Legal Norice ,.,..,,; -.LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to Section 18 of Act 297 of 1945, notice is hereby given that the last will, and testament of Mrs Elizabeth Cox of Hope, Arkansas was probated in common form by the Probate Court of Hempstead County on the 2nd day of September, 1946. ..An appeal from such probate can be affe.cted only by filing a petition, stating the grounds of such appeal, with this court within six (6» months from the date of this notice. Witness my hand and seal this 4th day of September. 1946. Leo Raj- Clerk of Probate Court By 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 Texarkana charged against our press. The people certainly have not expressed their approval of the principle, although probably an overwhelming majority, consulted in the method of the poll of opinion, would say they were glad of the verdicts. The writers of opinion have neglected the subject for reasons that we may guess. There was so much else lo discuss. It would have been futile, anyway, because ihe government was determined to follow Roosevelt on this rash and :"lippar-i commitment, the airy impudence of •I which Elliott Roosevelt indicated in one of the articles by which he is recouping his fortune as a historian of unverified statements and incidents. Elliott described a dinner scene at which Winston Churchill held out, against Stalin and Elliott's father, for the British way of justice, and came off very badly in that company, while President Roosevelt scoffed at his qualms. And there probably were some Missouri. What the Trojans won't do to the Ohioans the California sunshine probably will. Southern California. • ' Tennessee over Duke: Who salutes first when dn ex-general meets an ex-colonel? The colonel, of course. But that's not why- Col. Wallace Wade of Duke, will walk across the field to congratulate BriR. Gen. Robert Neyland of Tejinessee. Michigan over Iowa: Two unbeaten big nine powers tanglw tith Iowa's record of not having been scored upon going by the boards. But Michigan had best not spend too much time thinking to next week a shindig with Army, Michigan. Notre Dame over Pittsburgh: The answer to this or.e, before you can spell ziggy cx.im/bski, is Notre Dame. Mississippi State over Louisiana State: On the theory that Shorty McWilliams has become an effective part of the Rebels grid machine by now. Mississippi State. Navy over Columbia: The last time these two teams met, Columbia took a 61 to 0 pasting. It won't be that bad this time but the same team will win. Navy. Illinois over* Purdue: Here's where Buddy Young throws those running legs of his into high gear Illinois. Skipping over the rest in a hurry: ATTENTION FARMERS and DAIRYMEN Preserve your Barns and Roofs with Paint For Commercial Spray Painting consult LUM RATELIFF Phone 979-W 518 W. Division REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R Mrs. Claude Whirehurst Representative for Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association United Benefit Life Insurance Company Omaha, Nebraska Phone 952-J 1013 West 5th St. LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. •;30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. Hprry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repair* Phone 382-J 1023 South Main'St. Friday: voices, in P 6litics, in print and on! la ° o ™ ver over Brlgham Young, Vil- the raclio, who flinched i'rom upholding American principles of justice, as expressed in the constitution and our laws, for fear that they would be smeared as defenders of the horror camps of Germany. Senator Robert Taft, of Ohio, was one ol the few who dared face the mob, Ihpufih he realized, as a prac- Cross ove] . Detroit over Marquette, Missouri over St. Louis, North Carolina over Miami, Fla., Maryland over .Richmond, New Mexico over West Texa3 State, Wake Forest over Georgetown. Saturday: Yale over Colgate, Dartmouth over Syracuse, Princeton over Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver 'Plenty of Parking Space'' Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH B. HAU, Owner 208 N* f f if men Phone 74 tical politician, that this was an issue in which a man defending the most precious legal rights of the American citizen might be hooted from the platform by that very citizen. Taft asked how we could expect to de-Hitlerize the Germans if, in our most spectacular act of conversion to the beautiful system of democracy." we resorted to the horrible expedient of improvising law retroactively, as Hitler did. How can the United States approve that principle in international issues and continue 10 maintain lhe opposite position in our domestic justice? The confusion and contradictions here defy reason and intelligence. Robert Jackson, a justice of our supreme court, laid down ihe new law and conducted the prosecution in a role that placed him on the side of the lynching mobs and, to thc cheers, be it noted, of those organized groups at home which invade the White House threaten the president with race riots unless the national government takes a hand against lynchers. And the same justice, meanwhile, breaks alt to attack his colleague. Justice Black, for his failure to disqualify himself in a caye in which his former law-partner appeared as counsel. Yet Jackson was appealing to a court in which the judgts were not mere ex-partners but actual agents of the complaining party. Rosefish are known by half a dozen other names, including oceafi perch and Norway haddock. -- over Indiana, Wisconsin over Northwestern, Michigan State ove:- Boston CoUege, Nebraska over Kansas State, Iowa State over Iowa Teachers. Texas Christian over Arkansas, Rice over Southwestern, Oklahoma over Texas A. & M., Southern Methodist over Texas' Tech, Alabama over South Carolina. Tulane over Florida, Mississippi over Vanderbill, UCLA over Washington, Oregon over California, Stanford over San Francisco, over Utah State, Colorado over Wyoming. —o- Progress Rests With Feeling of Peace—Fulbright Little Rock, Oct. 3 — M J i—A 'eel- ing of peace and security necessary to bring about national progress, Sen. Ark i said yevterday. J. W in an Fulbright (D interview here It is hard to balance the budget when we have to spend so much money [or the army and navy," the senator said, pointing out vhat almost half the budget is devoted to national defense. We may be able to cut spending in other places but not where our national security is concerned," he said. Fulbright has established head quarters at the Federal Building and will remain here until Friday, conferring with constituents. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main Silver and Gold Nail Heads All Styles EYLETS all colors RHINESTONES Buttons — Belts — Buckles Mail Orders Invited Mrs. H,W. Hatcher 309 E. Second Hope, Ark Phone 407-J YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too — AUU WORK GUARANTEED One day service & town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 153 411 S. Hotel Doug /"*|T\/ Carl Bacon v*I 8 I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop WANTED White Oak Logs 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 GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop equipment is no better than the .man that uses i't For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB 67 Phone 57 ALLGI's Interested in FLIGHT TRAINING Contact Vet Office or B. L. Rottig at the airport • Flight Instructions • Rides • Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline I i See Us For . . . Gl LOANS For Purchase of Homos In Hope. 4% Interest — 20 Years to Pay INSURANCE Our Companies Give You Complete Protection Plus 20',; Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. • rire • Tornado • Casualty • Automohilc Foster-Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second' Phone 221 PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment v FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new • Sounds like KCW • New guarantee If you are interested in buying 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, . 1JHIJ BY NCA SERVICE, INC. T. M. DEC. U. S. PAT. OFF. "Why gel peeved because I'm proposing lo you in the kitchen? 11" \ve get married won't you'bc pulling iu a 'ot of time hero.?" -^ t:MT«i.A ', copn.'t»4f BY mn SERVICE, mc:Y. M. REO. u. s: PAT. OFF. "Ami now lo tidy up a bit, if you don't mind 1" FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer JRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser -"' : --'-- '^'> • /Vv\X Ziz-'-z^'-^s, \XX \' •' a '->,•>•-, •'- -. VV\/\> $&:;- - :•:-. .A A /, .' f I, ' bORP-Y, BETTy, .\ CREEPERS.'-HOW Bur: i CANT ' DOES NUTTY „ MAKE IT----1M I GET THAT WAV? ALL PATfD UP.' 1 BETTYfe ONE OF THE LOVEUESr 2O-WS IN, SCHOOL! DorJ'r Be PAC3HR BEAVERS, . MEN.' PUW HARD-TO-GET-AMD SUCCESS WILL CAMP ON YOUR. DOORSTEP.' GOOD EVENING/ PREPARE YOUR CAR For Winter Driving BEFORE winter comes is the time to prepare your car for the hard driving ahead. Our special winterizing service will protect your car throughout the winter. Our Motto is "Satisfied Customers" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 "CcrUunlyJUlo^r_vc_,bccn_lhrougU all this before!",, IJ.HEARD ir RING- BEFORE YOU DID/]| IM-YT >CX.»N(>;. Line c-coe-' ADvt::r/ LETS > - TC> - GET. if AiNPrONt: rWMES / fc^«v * \.fvi.' ny NCA'SEHVIC^, IN^. T.'M. REC.'U. s.'ir. OFF. POPEYE Thimble Theater / EVERY SIWGLE| DGOP ON THE L ) ISLAMD COMES [ FCOM THE DEEP S WELLS OF MVGTri! r^T7/ YA<=>, BUT F0£ 6OME CEASING THE POPULATION! ^ 7 ^ .-">,) upi I'JI'.. Kn.f; (uliirn ^in In. , XX'uijiU.uU^f.MMtl II jo-4 OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople (ASH-.-, in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your cor, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly con, regardless of where you live. The more you wanf the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McUrty, t»t Hope Auto Co. OH, CHEER UP, EP--I KN<S>W YOU LOST YOUR CHICKEM RAMCH AW SPOILED THAT SHAFT-BUT PSHAW, .YOU AIM'T OLP \ YET.' ^*"»i GET OUTA HERE BEFORE I BAT YOU OM7H' SMOLHV NO, IT'S CUZ TH' GUV HAS WE.VER. TRIED ASiyTHIMe IKJ HIS LIFE THAT MI&HT FAIL—A FROG JUST DOW'T , LIKE TO TAKE ADVICE FROM A TO AD.' r BOLD IT, VOL) Bys . .,_ _ VAT/ WHPCT ARE YOU DOlMS )^ WITH Tt4AHT 3US — MP\(<INJS A BARROOrA LABORATOR.V DOT OF MV KlTCWEW ? DROP IT AND SKIDOO BEFORE T HELP you FADE OI3T VvMTH A (WOP SWAT/ COULD VOU OBJECT TO TH\S , IMMOCEWT OPERATION}?M-L I'M. DOING IS POURING A POT OF TE/\ INiTO TVUS gOTTLE -v~ VER.V MUTE, A SW/XLLOW OP COOL TE/X OME OZAkKIKE VEH...AND HERE'S TH' PAY-OFF,OZARK MBANWHILE... _ WERE PIGHTIN' A PUG NAMED COLLY PLOWERS. WINDY? THIS ONES A SETUP FOft YOU, COLLY/ ssru/ 3 OK , UPSET? VIC FLINT THIS BOAT \f THAT'S RIGHT, GOING IN f MISTER. SOOH'S THE LAKE, / I GET THIS JACK DRIVER 7/OUT I'll PULL AHEAD AND LET YOU PASS. - HMM. BARNACLES. SHE'S } FRESH OUT OUT OF SALT L WATER AND HER BOTTOM J r NfEDS . SCRAPING. • THREE DRUMS .OF OIL IN THE COCKPIT. THIS- GUY SURE BUYS AHEAD. had the strange feeling of eye t si t looking at me and turned to surprise i a. shadow flitting across the WASH TUBES By Leslie Turner LftRSE \ IT '(AW IF VOLT WANT TO tAND AT \MES. I'LUWW W HUNDREDS OF \ E WUSH TO m TOE SPAN^TOS SOK\E Or THOS "TV/ SfAML RUINS IN ' \,°P DESCRIPTION OF CHICORRO/ PEEP CANVONS '- '•'' ----------- ...... - Y ** u ------ — ^ . GILKERSON'S RANCH.WE'VE THERE FOR JUST TlfAE TO -REACH H J WEBBER. WE BEFORE OARK. WHILE, TOBY'S SEARCH FROM THE WE. REVEN.ED NO < _ M _ DONALD DUCK By Waif Disney STOP NVOERVIN'! WHAT COULP GO HOPE ^OUKt~"t EXCELLENT, C\KS IN r- y rv<rrr-\ TOOTS GOOP SHAPE! By Carl Anderson '] SERVICE MARKET ALLEY OOP GADFRV. WOTTA TUMBLE.' BUT AMVWAV IT GOT OL'DINNV CteAR...AN' I DIDN'T LOSE MV AX... BUT I'LL " " PROB'LV HAVE TROUBLE GETTING'I V BACK up TO WHERE I FOOZY IS! c 1 X PvtA 601^6 TO RED RYDER 1 LL 611 LAW ORDER, OR I'LL G!T A RlGHTjSON IT'S TIK\E FORA •SHCVO- . THE.IR OlEAttN' Al CuTT

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