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H SS/F/ED t Ads Must Be Ifa Office Day Before Publication -One Three Six One® —— •— Day Days Days Month .60 .75 . .90 . 1.03 . 1.20 . 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 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 13.00 For Rent TWO. ROOM UNP-UKNISHSD apartment. Ave. D. Apply 523 Went ?-3t fes are for Continuous , Insertions Duly tVant Ads.cassi in Advance Taken Over the Phone £YS ON BROWN LEATHER iyholder. I(ost between Post jffice and Verger H«'-*h School .Saturday. Return to Hope Star. ' Help Wonted WAITRESSES WANTED TO WORK an cafe. Experience not necessary. Apply Loo's Court-Cafe or phone 222. , • 8-tf For Sale or Trade COMI'LETE SAWMILL. APPLY A. G. Martin. 404 West Ave. G. 8-3t Real Estate for Sale Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 y King Features Syndicate. New York, Oct. 8 ~ Continuing our study of the fraud in tho Wagner labor relations law. •Tuesday, fietrfapt ft, TucaJcy, October 8, Now YorU. Oct. 3 —i/fi—After ho | was eliminated from -tho iimaleur ' ,'inlf championship, Frank Strnnn* han, who won I lip recent Fort Worth open tonrniirnont, was explaining -why he considered match golf harder than medal play "I'm always trying to outdo " Henius of the Pocatello, Idaho, Cardinals Pioneer hit .litili to lie •eaime title. .'or iho ul.iv ihev .he other lellow." Frank explained. "If he gels n good shot. [ trv to >t ii ' ~ " nhnl"'!l C i Y S ^i 1 . 6 "*', 1 " 11 " purpose of I nskod \vhv he didn't mereTv H pl"y Srov'nf \ - PU S - "') S ""-iH'c card and -forget his opponent fi._J ?.,comrnei'-e, and compare |, , _ ••[ tried that once with :faiv said Stranahan. "Then I FOSTER-ELLIS i;u stated inlpr.Mon with results, j success,' „ „..„.,. The act was passed in Roo.se- { talked to Bud Ward and lie said he : volt's first term. Unemployment j always studied his opponent. He's Ulite to the so-called depression had dotic pretty well that way " j been vast ever since 1!)29. All con """One-Minute Sports Page Ll. Dob McKinnon ,who scouted . ! cerned agree that unions were wea frontage, good condition pose was not to minimize For Sole i ^^ainuinc* ABRTJZZI RYE'CER- 'Ji filled 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 TWO 5-ROOM HOUSES ON WEST 13th street, take both for $6,500. Qcote, Unquote Lou Little: "Kvery ... pass some rules in our lv; the teams seem -in Rot .'ilron;ioi' Ever .siiu'o they adopted iho fij^c; plan. Penn >i;i:i been good. ;\'m\ Yalrs .Dartmouth .mil inyabt Princeton are coming along. If -,vc tighten up a little more. inayhr Harvard and Columbia will uene- fit." End of the Line Jimmy Alarigliotta, Virginia':; 1944 Eastern intercollegiate'light- wt'ight boxing champion, returned to school from Ihe war brin^iiijj two brothers, Basil and .loo. whom he rates better boxers than himself. , If you sec Yale's Howie Odell wearing a cap with a bi<< li. it doesn't mean Bulldogs. Those Red Sox caps are considered lucky in 'New England. and other forms of industrial strife .or. unrest." but to strengthen the unions, whatever the damage might be to future commerce and '-, *26 INCH* GIRL'S BICYCLE, GOOD f^i<' 'Condition. Bargain for cash. *te- . Phone 90. 5 NICE SIX ROOM MODERN house, possession. Floyd Porter •Ftl'vl^] " — n- H field. 5-31 "fra7: PIECE SOLID OAK DINING ''•" room smte. In perfect condition. 416 West Avenue B. Phone 914. " . ; 5-3t Ms. Ul- •- 404 ACRES. GOOD FARMING v land, pastures; plenty of water, some timber. Several buildings, ^one* house wired' for electricity. On gravel school bus line two Jmiles north of Blevins at Old .."Wallaceburgv Formerly owned by ^ .."Willis Morrow. Mrs. Y. M. Nes- <&r,bitt. Blevins. 5-3t ," TEAM HORSES. 4 AND 5 YEARS -. - old. Well broke. Weight 3400 Ibs ~ Mont Wardlow, McCaskill. 7-3t • BO ACRE FARM, GOOD HOUSE, fine pastures, plenty living wa- . ter, tenced and crossed fenced .with Bois d'arc post. Fair barn ,and new roof. All terraced .Fine Stock farm. H. S. Dudley Phone 34-J-ll. 3 miles east, hf Hope. 7 . 3t II*-';- NEW FOUR ROOM HOUSE. TWO |P» • extra lets. Cow, 2 calves, 1 hog. ¥•„ "Must be sold at once. W. A IP,. Dozier, 603 West 3rd St. 8-3t KITCHEN CABINET IN GOOD — •'condition, also \vool Tug, 9 X 12 ~ Mrs. J J. Mai-tin, 322 North . Elm St. . ;;; g-3t - ROOMS AND BATH, MODERN " house, hardwood floors, 50 X 150 lot S5000 including $1500 for my equity, balance FHA loan at $28 monthly payments'. Located .'.it-. 34.6. East 15th,: St. Phone 335-W 8-3f 1 1 2,685 ACRES, MORE OR LESS Located about z mile West of 't MeNab, m a solid body, on Frisco raihcad. Timber will more than T""pay for jt. Extra fine for hunt- -ing reserve. -About eight mile if—* "• -front on Little River, several miles on Yellow Creek. Fine open bottom for Ducks. Squirrels and Fish. Government putting in some deer. Price 316,500 half cash; balance one and two years Floyd Porteriield. DUPLEX APARTMENT ON.!? the peacc nild m ' cier of thl -' :aa ' The men who most selfishly wanted this law were union bosses uich as John L. Lewis, then a .-lose personal and political friend _. ,.„ ' )f Roosevelt and a protege of vhe 7oxl,)0i;irst new deal. That Lewis was i and still is a dictator in his union I the United Mine workers, all his - South Walnut street. Good investment property. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 204 EAST Sixth street, 53,500. THREE-ROOM HOUSE. lot. good condition. $2750. r bath on us an offer. SEE CHARLEY BAKER AT OUR office for farm listings in Hempstead and Nevada counties, new home sites near Hope Country Make Robert" F\' Waijner"kncw u ana Roosevelt heartily accepted large Club. FOSTER-ELLIS 108-East Second Phone 221 7-3t Notice grants of money from the miners' treasury, from the hand of Lewis for hi3 oolitical campaign" T ^ f , .' . . i".'b"~- 'naricter nas shown since Carl ynfoitunately. emotion, rather bell quit, has restored the an inrnilifJrtM/->rt riif/^.if.i.-i +u~ m i , r*. . Lefthander Lets (Arkansas is B . iv . Earning OStonDownto More Respect S &V\£\C By CARL BELL 1»I 1L.J Associated Press Sports Wr'ter WB t\fsf Departments in whii-h \he University of Arkansas football team HAN , n w;ls 1'oared to be weakest before _, ...— HAND ,1^ season opened'are Droving \c knrcmte to Boston, Oct. 3-MP)-; be among tho sironiicsl and Irivc Harry (The Gat) Brecheen s dart-, been prominently responsible foi ing screwball, the oest nny left '-- ™ '—'--• ...... hander has shown since Carl Hub By JACK HAND than intelligence. directed the judgment of many other promi nent Americans. editors and clergymen, as well as conscientious politicians. Organized industry ha.d taken cruel and lupid advant age of the worker in many Indus tries, including the newspaper business. Public opinion ovcr- ONLY 10 DAYS LONGER TO whelmingly favored legal rccogni place your order with Stark Nur-| tion series for fall shipment for fruit! trees, shrubbery, and berries I their World Series to an even proposition. As the teams took the day off for travel to Boston's Fenway Park after splitting the first two in St. Louis. Manager Joe Cronin of \he Boston Red Sox still had an ace up his sleeve — Dave (Bool Ferriss, who had reeled off 25 victories of tho Sox* toJ'i! of 104 "Rut 'IIF> ,u -I .. v --o"- .-..^j.,... UK . ou .\ tuvai OL iu4. xnu .ne i the right of workers to join I will be able to see only limited to strike and to advertise tion. grievances to the See or call 400 South Elm. Hope,'which is the formal definition Stock is limited. Phone 487, H. I picketing. The error of die T^ /"*!-» f-fi-v-i r\v\ '(VmllVlitlkiorrlttifrti..-.-, «.t«U~,t:_ • • D. Coffman. public, of un !£ >->"..&> ill..: V-'llUl Ul Lllf LIU I thinking but sympathetic in journ MATERIALS ARE GOING HIGH-jfn'The ho!Jfes"acToss 'Jhc"^ - e onesacross ecounr er every day. Have your mat- was their eager acceptance of "a tress made over now. Write or counterfeit law as the means of phone Bright Bros. Mattress Co. I equalizing the po\vc-- of the work- Pick-up and deliver anywhere: <ers with that of the employers IJrinTirt Qjl_ T'J l-Irtv»rt A..I* r.i.-.i^\«l.. — p_. t . ... .. j--..*- i > J --—-..,.,...,.. v.i...,^. „.._,,,,n.-i t .. ; v.,o ivii.il uuii. ui me employers. Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ar!;. 7-1 m Only a few; and those i'ew lawyers Minor League By The Associated Press By holding out Ferriss to work the third game tomorrow against Murry Dickson at Fenway Park, Cronin probably will be unable to get more than two games out of his ace winner. More than one baseball observ- or sensed in the Cardinals' aggros- sive play during the first two Barnes vhe hint of a tremendous tne Rax.orbacks' two Victories and a *>n. The Pc.rkcr line, notably at the taciue siots .was said by >Iead Coach John Barnhill and others-to be below par. This observer voiced . disagreement when.! some new ?"aces showed \ip at ihe tackle posts. It was lho line that stymied ihe rushing attacks of N>.rHiu'Ostorn Louisiana, Oklahoma A. \- ''VT. and Texas Christian University. It was the line — or rather all .four if ihe Arkansas linos — that rushed TCU's passers off their i'( et nl Fort Worth last Salurdav. helping the Razorbacks put tho damper on Ihe Fogs' highly hpraldcct aerial nllnrk. Then consider the Porkers' own oveihe.-id attack, Barnhill, H was believed would prefer a ground name. So far the Ra/orbaeks have displayed a very danyerou.; 'icrial sain, which, has accounted for many of their scores and :;et up others. .In the Northwestern t.nuisi ana name. Aikansns runner-tod on eight of IM- for 1IH yards. Against Oklahoma A. & M, the Porkers tried only three forward;: but com-, pletco one for fi7 yards and -the toiirhilciwn th.it. jfave thrm a draw!! ( Ai-kan:;.i:i c-oinploled five of its Vii>,t [six to!'.;ps nsainsl TC'U for n? yards I bui oinhl other i'lips by vho \hir<l and fourth, strings were no good and hurt the team's percentage. The ama/ing fact is that the hallbacks haven't really opened up in 'orward passing. Lining 'ihe weapon only when a ycore i:: needed badly or when the opposition draws in tight to slop the Billing attack. What better setup ;'or an upset could one find than the Arkansas- Baylor game at Fayetlevill'.'-.Satur- day'.' The Porkers are favored but will be facing probably the upset- tingcsl team of them all. It', w.is Baylor which handed the Ha/.orbai'ks 1 "Ro.se Bowl' 'touted team of 1937 its first defe.u. It was Baylor which rose up lo tie Texas' mighty 19-11 eleven v.'hen ihe Bears' cause seemed hoy;;.!ess, And — mc::l vivid amoim Arkansas nieniories--!t was an npslart Baylor eleven which startled the \i1le- lavorcd Porkers. 23-1.'), and started them toward the Southwest Con terence cellar la.st year. After Ihe Arkiinsas-TCU game, (his v.-riler hopped over to Dallas to watch Southern Methodist and Texas Tech play a night game. Jech. we thought, was unimpressive despite the .fact that the .Red Raideu- look the Ponies. 7-0, after having upset Texas A. * M ti-0 And SMU cloen't appear stron" enough to whip ihe Ha/orba"lcs but may be murh tougher by Nov Hi when the two meet at F'avetle- ville. Job PrinMng, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. t upset of the ore-series dope — an ------- • • •• I _. 1 ff I ! oc ' 10 f " Cropped ;: ouut ;io\vn vhe 1 1 " 11 !" , b . aso . llnc '- ''inky IfiKHins n if" . '" ' lho bal!i al "' 'l>i'"w wllc "y llll ° s»0''t center :'ieid. Rice wound up on third, and tho alert Brecheen on second. Terry Moore's single drove in Rice : and and members of the House "and upset comparable to the Senate, had the intelligence Final Playoff San Francisco won . We had our Sherman -Anti-Trust Tne Birds have "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Mow Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner from Oakland, 4 games to 2. Score of last night's final game: San Francisco 6; Oakland 0. ^ Q „_ Fighfs Last Night By United Press erman -nt-rust e rs ave reg act to forbid combinations in re- doubles . and a triple. .. straint of interstate commerce I Manager Eddie Dyer's lefthandvl This had been intended to forbid !°d pitching by Howie Pollet and.' union conspiracies in restraint of trade as well as wickedness by Capitalists, but Congress had Ihen passed a specific exemption for unions. They could restrain inter o y u m tea r* ress i * * ^ —*.*«. ••.^vit.i.iiL mivi - ^"Sffe .??• - Hay Robinson, T*™™™^ ^ £» ^hirn 8-3t '' Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON VENETIAN 'Blinds, wood or metal, also awn• ings, Write Riley Cooper. 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas.. 2u-im 'CASH REGISTER ADDING MA- «,, ^rnsiora, w. Y., Knocked , chine, scale and typewriter re- Danny Murray, 144, Brooklyn nairs. sprvir>« an/1 cm-tnlif TD..^.V«—* T __•_.._ . •«»' ' .. _ ^V "> , e- pairs, service and supply. Prompt Service. V. Maxwell, Pbone 241 ; - Gentry Printing Co. 8-3t FOR—Dependable -and QuickC • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too l|a^a||.°r T OO • ANDERSON BROS, William R. Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS -.Commercial and Advertising T PHOTO COPIES Plschgraes - Le0al Documents 24 Hour Service Harris, 158, Pittsburgh (10). Chicago, 111. •- Buddy O'Dell 160 1-2, Blue Island, 111., outpointed Ramey McKnight, 160, Milwaukee, (8). Holyoke. Mass. — Bobby Lai-kin 155, Jamaica, N. Y., outpointed Roy Miller, 159, Kansas City. Mo., (10). New Haven, Conn —Natie Mann 186, New Haven, outpointed John Thomas, 193, New York, (10). Scran'ton. Pa. — Billy Donahue, 1 5 2, Philadelphia, outpointed Jimmy McDonough, 147, Brooklyn / i n \ tf i I. — Jimmy ohep- (10). Providence. . . - ard, 162 1-2, Boston, outpointed Artie Levine, 167, Brooklyn, 10) Yonkers, N. Y. — Pete Kennedy 147, Elmsford, N. Y., Knocked out , Lewiston, Me. " Maurice La ---------- , ----Chance, 137, Lisbon, knocked out Billy Mays, 135 1-2, Boston, (4) Boston, Mass. — Tommy Greb, 135 1-2, Boston, outpointed Florient Desmarais, 133, Manchester, N.H •nzr, •• Won New England lighll weight championship. New York— (St. Nick's Arena) — Eddie Giosa, 137 34, Philadelphia utpointed Roman Alvarez 140' 'Jew York (10). New Britain, Conn. — Ivan Christie, 140, Yonkers, N. Y., knocked out Billy Terry, 138 1-2, Washington. (4). Newark, N. J, — George Lar- over, 141. Philadelphia, outpointed Paul Retuejo, 132 1-2, Mexico (10). ~ ~— o A pedestrian takes up only eight son riding in a street car or track- 1SS SqU8re to freeze the i ? low" of "any commodity, such as Budwetser beer, even though the union boss had violated a union contract with the employers. There was to be no Brecheen came across with the; ling ine Sox power. ' | Brccheen's swerving screw ball came in for the most attention in the American league club house. The talented southpaw ::rom Broken Bow, Okla., winner of 15 and! loser of 15 in the regular .season, ! counted five shutouts in his record" before yesterday's brilliant job that stopped Boston 3-0. J The series now will continue at*| Health and Accident INSURANCE ... ,! : ' Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Oinnha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. "... cuituujreis,. mere was to be no >•"£ series now will continue at test of justice in such interstate (least through Friday at Boston, DO VCnl.t.S h V 1 m i r\nc n nH m ii»- V-va *ri>-nirt^] 4^ ^. n :..j.i_ boycotts by unions' Courts .also had granted injunc tions to restrain union bosses v'rom picketing in violation of contracts from picketing where there was not even a pretense of a dispute between an employer and any em- ploye, and from organizing mob violence in the guise of picketing Congress curtailed the authority of the courts to issue such injunctions. Possessing this enormous latent power, the union bosses were now given the Wagner Act under the leering pretext of an honest desire to protect interstate commerce from the interruptions caused by strikes and other .labor disturbances. The effects of the Wagner Act were soon visible in historic riot* as the C.I.O. set .out to dragoon American workers into its unions olten using Communijt street [i«hi- ors, especially trained like soldiers, to terrorize cities. Thousands ot Americans were beaten up or terrorized by the bloody .spectacle nr n/%i cjr»HI-M."i* i,,.;„,- i ._, . ,-,. of the steelworkers and the Uni'led Auto Workers' Unions of the C I O became the bargaining agents oi' the worker' "own choosing." Roosevelt flippantly justified all this, and his tollowers among the union bossej, nov/ becoming -,he masters of millions of Americans insisted with him that the only remedy '--- '•- '-- -"- ' • and may be carried to a sixth game Sunday back at Sportsman's Park. A seventh, if necessary, will be played in St. Louis a week ^rom today, after a Monday off I'or selling tickets. The Cards' hitting- pitchers helped win, repaying Dyer ::or his insistence on the hurlers taking a regular turn in batting practice since way back :in spring training days at St. Petersburg, Fla. Brecheen came up in tho third inning with Catcher Del Rice perched on second base as a result of his double to the left field wall. "The Cat" dumped r. single which drove in Rice with a run that proved enough to beat Mickey Han is, the rival southpaw. Dyer's appointment of Rice as catcher was a master move, since Rice added a leadoff single in the fifth which 'provoked a two-run up- 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 After Rice's single to left, j conduct, illicious destrnction 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' Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH B. HAIL Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 of property. " .^.^..u.i *j t ^u uijui ty. They refused to admit that thu'e insurrections, which temporarily conquered local and state governments', were organized. Their position is different when they storm iiesident Truman In -the? White House to demand a federal law against lynching, where, again ihf answer is prosecution of "individuals by local authorities on Actual •evidence. From a minor position in tho causes that impede commerce ; strikes and boycotts ;iave buc-orno ,llie most powerful impc-dimum of •all today. Even during the war j there were as many as o.OOO strikes la year in war industries. 3 0 great is the impediment of strikes in the automobile- and iann implement industries, in steel, coal and other lines, that all other causes are^ trivial in the present practical iy total collapse of American .-orn- merce, ioreign as weil as internal ...A ^w P roleilt Ji"g 10 encourage friendly adjustment of industrial disputes 7 ' has throttled a \vnuJc- TI- tion jri the tragic lost vi-ar since military victoiy in L ho great vjr by placing in the hands of crooks and traitors, .-Jdvrn1urfii:s I!C:IKI- gogues and union dictaiors "tli" power to prevent adjustment' •in any terms that industry can meet without bankruptcy. And, lately as inevitably happens in enormous uj-fcjs of dictatorsnip, upstart rivals of the established union masters, x and even some honest and desperate rank-and-filc rebels against union slavery, have or- Thus Igaiiized "outlaw" strikes, paralyz- "'""' ing New York and Pittsburgh and interstate commerce. The" |.-iw which granted these few reckless, brutal advance agents of fascism the power io clutch the United States by ihe throat and to turn the milk truck away from the neighborhood store in New York, where mothers wait, worried, sullen and desperate, is "labor's Magna Chata." It '-s ihe life work of Robert F. Wagner, in- tlictcd with the lying pretence ihat I its purpore was to abate strife and develop peaceful commerce. ' BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumblno Phone 259 Heating Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete informatiqn write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS Let Us Give You a Figure on Built Up or Shingle Roofs We have the material In Stock CALL 900 C. D. Lauterbach 510 South Walnut St. Silver and Gold Nail Heads All Styles EYLET\S 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 — ALL WORK GUARANTE-ED One day service, '/n town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 41 IS. Hotel LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I speeinli/c- in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. Harry Segnar, Sr PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. Doug /plfV Carl Bacon \u*i 3 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 Shoo WANTED Clear and Clean Overcwp Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post 1 Oak Logs acid Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas World Series Notes By The ARSocifitctl Press W I. PCT. Boston (AL) 1 1 .500 St. Louis NL) .. ..1 1 .500 Second gai:ie. at Sports man's Park, St. Louir: H II K Boston ;) .| i Si. Louis . . ;! ii o Ilnrris, Dobson (ID and far- tee, II; Wagner uii; Hii-Olcon arid .Hice. liemaining fjanies: Third game ••-- Wednesday, Oct. !), at 1'loston. I'robab'lfl pitchers -- llickson (10-fii vs. .Kerriss (25-i'ii. Startin;? time — 1:80 p. in. l'.:STi. I'Viurth game — Thursday, Oct. 10, at Boston. Fifth game -- Kriday. Oct. H, at Boston. Sixth game (if necessary) Sunday. Oct. IS, al oi. .LJHILS. Seventh game if necessary — Tuesday, Oct. 15. at Louis. .[''inancial figures (first games i: Total attendance—72.03H. Total rcH:eipls-r$3ia,()ir.. Players' share--SI5!). !:•;!).;«(. Kach I'lub's share—$^(i.771.53. l.Cach league's share — S!3li - V71..'i:-l. Commissioner's share — S-lti - i.102.70. ' .' ' (The players share in the first four games only.) Sianahan Wins FoH Worth Tournament 11,-11 tnd 'I 1 mi- n.mim ,s lop yoilei'S IOC j Mont-'iimt-rv, Ala. -- tho i alcmj? the lournarnont Ira Fort Worlh.'. Tex., Oct. 7 — (A 1 )— I'rank Stranahan. the muscled yonn/c man from Tcledo, 0., hat tilt- glory' but a flock of otlu| )!u.vs pocketed the cash today Ihe nation')! top golfers look off for next stop trail. Stranahan,' the IM-yuar-old atria- Icur. I'inishod first in Fort 'Worth's ] Sin.000 ooc-ii ycplonljiy with a clos- init ihror-untler-par (il) for a 72-hole total c,r 270 bni the rail winner wns Jim I-'errier, Chicago profes- sioni',1. who finished second and j'.r.-'bbod off first money of $2,000. Anialeurs. you know, don't touch j tho fash in these tournaments. ^ Feirier laid down ;ft 70 for a lota*' lot 27i! while Dick Mot/, of Chicago wound up will) 275 tV,r third place and .second money of $1,400. BLONDIE XJN'T COME ) AR ME < A/ITH TWAT > ** H 0,P E , S t A R, HOP B, .ARKANSAS LOOK OUT'-kEEP AW/^V/ DON'T GET THAT STICKY STUFF ON ME riy Chi;-?; roung NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHont 399 AVENUE B GROCERY Now you can have ARTCTSC mode of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging ALLGI's Interested in TRAIN ING Contact Office or B. L. Rcttig at tho airport • Flight Instructions » Rides o Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL ASRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline GENERAL. AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop tqulpment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, see : HOMER COBB ' HiihiVay 07 Phone 57 See Us For . . . For Purchase of Homes in Hope. 4% Interest — 20 Years to Pay Our Con-panics Give You Complete Protection Plus 20', Return Dividend on 'the Cost of Your Insurance. * rire ® Tornado • Casualty o Automobile Foster - Ei!is Ron I -Estate 108 East Second Phone 221 PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment. FACTORY REBUILT P5ANOS "Direct- From Chicago" » Looks like new a Sounds like ROW oNew guarantee If you are interested in buving a piano call or write One of our rep'resentarives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarfcana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. t y^.--, <AU£7 BE OF l^^lmSEST/. -^ MUST BG, because that's a tradition with this company. MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member cif bur service-with-a-smile staff. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. SH CO W B A ^*at X0|' * Byron Hefner Phone 442 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 can, regardless of where you live. The more you wanf the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLarty, nt Hope Auto Co. :7 I DIDN'T KNOWW" I DON'T-"-l'M VOU LIKED «(( JUST EATING IT |N JELLY BREAD ) 7 SELF-DEFENSE This Curious World By William Ferguson CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ts) £OV\ETIME5 LIVE TOGETHER IN THE #"10tof ^^^^ EVEM ARE FREQUENTLY BOTHERED BY Ptt. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. Inn T. M. DEC II S. PAT. OFF FUNNY BUSINESS & CCVAES IM WINTER- THE F.ALL COA\ES IN SKATJM&,"£,*,.? MRS. C.C.DUNN, YARDS TO GO "We have such fun doing Ihinss to'gclhcr, dear! Coul:ln't we postpone gcliing married for another yt?;n"'" By Hcrshberaer JRECKLXi Ar^JD HiS FRIENDS By Blosser JUMPING- JEEPERS/ (AMD WE CAN'F I LOOK AT ALL. THAT MAKE DATES . WHISHT- BAIT <SOlMc5- j WlT/i. ANY Op - ^^f?/vx^ r ' c-^'-** gssEss^Y' ,C- f - <? Vvx - W-' ^ *— •«>' JSBK- ^^r—*£Zz~—~^r* . / ---"^— C"* C v *^—'-^ / / , JIUKBTT. ^^C c^>tfeS^x:b-V^-?r./^! g?<..-;iX i- ^.^<i^^,'*&&_~-^-i: . COfK. MK BY Nt* it»VICt, INC. T. hCuCC. U. srp'AT."qff.3|S-->r "I cpukPvc sworn I saw him lurn the corner!" COPR. 1946 BY NEA StRVlCE, INC. 1. M. RCC. U. S. PAT. OFT. \ POPEYE Thimble Theater I fAHOY, VA VVANXA &ET _U$ ALUj HAH.',' OLIVE 15 YA 5EZ IT AIM" POLLUKID 7? THE PALACE HAS PURE WATER , BUT THE PEOPLE 6ET WAV TO START REVOLUTION .'.' OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE lit With Major Hoople n,; I KMOW WE HAVE MO TREES BUT LET'S &O IM AMD TALK IT OVER. rlEKe'S-TofHAt EGAD.'lUERE VOU HAVE IT, MASTERPIECE /i , v - ''iv«;i'; : I',-/.'.' !'• , I'^'/.Vli." 1 ' 4X LLTOSETHER,MENl -« "^ A SKEW BIG HANiD =- MOTHERS GET &RAV OZARK IKE VIC PUNT LKTS PINISH THIS BIZMESS WITH COULY BLOWER'S QUICK, WINDY... AH GOTTA CATCH A SOUTHBOUND TRAIN FEFIA SEMNAMENTUL JOURNEY/ WELL, START PACKIN; OZARK, BECAUSE.. By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane LOOKS AS IF HE ) !• MIGHT BE CIRCLING \ FOR ANOTHER SHOT. X WHAT GOES ON ./ HGRE, ANYWAY? J - = - r = L - O -^ir- WASH TUBES .MTTRf^CTIN'OUTSlDEX VOL'U NEVER G KVTENTlON TO CHtCORRO \ MM WITH ftLL THM ORIONi AN 1 SOU1U SILVER WE'VE BEEN JUST &NOTHER JMJIWAY/ SMELTING, RINSO WEED! THESE RUINS! X NOT'I'HRU THIS \ REGION! IT'LL TAKE TRIP V WESavE, fsFT£R TRIP OVER \PALl FOR THREE RV1SSED COUNTRY. AND WEEKS VifllE MtN IFfS NWh30 SHEEP- / WOVIN6 IT W NIGHT. HERDER SEES YOU •-/ HIDIN' VT CLOST TO ^RO^U20^MLE5 FROfA HERE. DONALD DUCK AT THKT Nf\OjA£NT, ELI lAGCHO 1 'Jv 'S THE PIACE COKE'. WE'LL BURY IT &ND REftCH ft SOOD HIDEOUT m OWN By Walt Disney ' IT'S A.LL SET POR SEVEN, PA,lSV...I'VE PHONEP EMPLOVA\ENT A.GENCV FOR A. SITTER POC THE BOVS! AH, THAT MUST BE THE SITTER NOW', HENRY By Carl Anderson *.' r f ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin / JUST AS I'D FIGURED, THAT BIG AAOOWAN \ H*\S GIVE! i AAE UP FOR DEAD... HA .' LOOK ( AT '\M AN' HIS LONG-NOSED PAL HIGH-TAILING AIN'T KIDPIN', BUB... ONLY LOOK WHO'S GOT -\TH' MOP. 1 HE COULD HAVE A\AD£ MV CONCJUE OF MOO WELL NIGH lAlPOSSIBLE.BUT 'S ALL OVER NOW-BUT TH MOPPING V IT FOP3 HOME, TH' DOPES.' NOW THAT I VE GOT .. : ( THE A1OUNTOIN TOAWSKLF, •-.;.'• ^\1'LL SLIP DOWN AND RECLAIM MV FAIR CAPTIVE By Edqar Martin, T KRRDUV tiliOVl VSMKV i \V<S> ft OO«. HOMt HER 1 ; I f RftVilCLX I DON'T TW1-1K. U'5 5 \_UCKV \OU , WOUT CftUGKX I, , 1HWG fO OV.O

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