Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 9, 1946 · Page 4
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»»4HW^!^ -j, M. f * ,,*», w*,. n-t-r-w - -«.,«•<•; *.•*«•* "-> ' -i ••- V/edne»J0y, October", $, STAR, HO PE, A R K AN 5 AS , T94/5 HOPfe STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS SS/F/ED Help Wanted Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One0 • Words Day Days Days Month Up to. 15 45 .90 1.50 4.50 16 10 20 60 l.'JO 2.00 0.00 21'to 25 75 1.50 2.50 7.50 -2® to 30 .. . .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 31 to 35 .. . 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 36 to 40 .. .1.20 ?.40 4.00 12.00 41 to 45 .. . 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 46 tt» 50 .. . 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates ' are for Continuous "Insertions Only " • AU Want Ads Casit in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone WAITRESSES WANTED TO WORK in cafe. Experience not necessary. Apply Loe's Court-Cafe or phone 222. -8-tf For Rent Enough By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. New York, Oct. 9 — When SPORTS ROU Wagner act W.MS passed in IflSli.j basobii most of the thirteen million G. I.'s would World War II were too young apartment. Apply Ave. D. Boston, Oct. 9 —(A>) — They're talking about the weather in Boston even more than they're talking nbout Ted Williams' failure to hi't through the Cards' lopsided defense— and thnt requires a lot of talk . . . The wealhev man lias pro- dieted that it will be cloudy and cool today — "pretty miserable eball weather" -- but that rain hold off until alter the third World Series same. "Kffin, at this Red Koll'c, an old 1'enacook. N.I I.. boy, will bo the Yankees iioxt manager although oven those wtio s.ty they know havo a tiard iilne .seeing tile mild-mannered Ueil go-IUiii; alone with boisterous Larry '\l;'ic- [•"hail . . . Another is ihat '.utin B' - p!idon will dispose of a couple of his pennant-winning cards dttr- His IIP 'vnupr and the ouyer will be I.oil Perrini, who needs I'.nly to Porker Backs Rating Tops in Southwest Dallas. Tex., Oct. 0--t/l-')— Avoraf'- in;: nearly fiOO yards awesome Fights Last Night By United Press Philadelphia S r-DF.FINITION SMII Frnneisro. Oct. ') —(/P)— At- lorncy General Doneti W. Kenny, in iiii opinion, barred ihc sale of Dorsev l"tv Ml ' Pi'isoner-ntade handiwork to fellow . ,;,,(.. l,. nr SOUS ''ll- I -1.1, I II 1 Itllll l(Ult»l. I I VI . , , -V- Ca.lo. V.',2. Philadelphia. Kenny ntlod au.unst ihc prison- drew with Pedro l''irp.i, l:ll, l.'.mi-'''I's purchase;; by delming pnu- ( j on TV) ) i(), Mic" .'"rom the dictionary to mean ,,. Chicago"- Anton tinadik, Uil ! "> 100 " k> " l 1; "' Ht> -" f !iOO yards a Kn me. the |.,.., Swc V| cn , stoppr-d Carm Dojohn I , IMCAm piVuTwrr univ-crsily of Texn sLpntv i (il ]..! s V i : aen>-e 'V V ill UNF-AlH EXCHANGE horns are by i'ar Hie leadin'.'. often-1 Uni-finc'luii' Vl ' -- Busier iJi-au-' Taeom.i, W.tsh., Oct. 'I — (/I 1 )—A ' ' ' ' ' "' """ jpre, i;t!)' tJiu-lin.'lon Vilpoinlorl jihiel who slole a dross from J. T. ..Norman See, lUfl! Montreal, ( im. i Kimam-e returned il with a tuck .. lf>arn of llu» ooutltw_-sl Con- j r. Lost 8 KEYS ON BROWN LEATHER keyholder. I(ost between Post Office and Yerger High School Saturday. Return to Hope Star. 8-31 For Sate For to realize that they had 'been time of year in New ,, England., hu-6-ot;inon a cnupie -it spots ;o trapped into serfdom under the j usually means a northeaster that | make his Braves into lay contend' masters of unionism. Thus, most I keeps bringing in water by the T J .of them have never known free-, bucketful for about three clays. Of I rOCfe 'clom and do not know what dicy (lost during their political or civic COMPLETE SAWMILL.' APPLY I infancy. They were 17 or 18 years A. G. Martin. 404 West Ave. G. I old at the highest when Wagner's F«faf«» Inr CaTUTe TGI 8-3tjlaw went whooping \hrough under l the fraudulent pretense that its only pretens j purpose was to safeguard inter(state commerce against the im- Much At Stea!< News Item: Iowa State football sqund to dine on horse ment. vVith horse meat steaks on xhe training table Iowa State should be strong and able. FOSTER-ELLIS Inedirnent of .labor disputes. Mil-1 Have plenty of speed, and also lions of them were children of 1'2 j know I or 13 years. Babies. * GENUINE ABRUZZI RYE CER- tified seed, White Dutch clover. ' seed oats,, Austrian Wittier Peas. for AAA Program. Alfalfa seed, ' FOUR-ROOM FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. HARDWOOD floors, newly papered, garage, approved for GI loan, S4750. Few of us who were adults at|P lacu ° 1 ' sll _°_' the time perceived that this was a revolutionary slick trick by which How to play the game —straight, show. . Mixed Vetch. Pure Hairy. Vetch, &. See E. M. McWilliams Seed Store. HOUSE. NEWLY the union masters, great, pompous . tyranu. some with truly baronial papered and re-decorated, good neighbourhood, $4,000. -tl privileges .and yachts, racing stables and winter oalaces. were i granted the power to :;ix the '-vagcs iof the people. The stupidly mis- NINE .ROOMS.., 2 APARTMENT, frontage, good condition'." Price P^f," b ? lie1 ' o£ 1"^/nature citizens house re-decorated inside and reduced. ot the time was that >vre was a *^ . * .. ~, ..«« ^^.«^^«. nil! wrmco nnlw i:-.*-111 inn. -,i-nt -.hr» out. Priced to sell. Phone 602. $3850: 9-3t CAFE, WELL LOCATED, DOING good _ business. Walk-out price. Phone 602. 9-3t 'NEW DAYTON SCALES, NEW Victor adding machine, practically new meat slicer. Fred's Place. Phone 605. 9-6t 40 ACRES. 15 IN CULTIVATION, 5 room house, barn, out buildings, orchard. Balance in pasture. Jess Wood, Blevins. 9-3t i THREE ROOMS FURNTIURE IN gs^A eluding living, room suite, com- II J -H" i - binatiop. bedroom suite, other ;~—™--~- beds and mattresses. Also Ice ;~t—r box. stove, cabinets. All in good ~>~~*. condition. 'First, house behind S£*T_'. .Texaco 'Station- in: Emmet. 9-lt • rti -*"" -1936.-FORD, TUDOR SEDAN. EX- TTS"r""-tra clean with: new tires. "Harold T,2T~" Payne-, Patmos, Ark. 9-3t •TEAM'HORSES. 4 AND 5 YEARS old.' Well broke. Weight 3400 Ibs. " " " "Mont Wardlow," McCaskill. 7-3t TWO 5-ROOM HOUSES ON WEST bill whose only inteiuiorv ^ „ iv ^,« ^.^ .,_,„.* beautiful purpose of protecting the 13th"s'treet,"take~both Fo'r SS.'HoO*. I r 'S nt ° f workers to ioin unions and .equalize the inequality between an DUPLEX APARTMENT ON:enormous, soulless corporation and South Walnut street. Good invest-1 the individual workman hungry and ment property. shivering at the employment gate. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 204 EAST Sixth street, $3,500. THREE-ROOM HOUSE, 75x150 lot, good condition, $2750. DUPLEX APARTMENT, NORTH Ferguson street, three rooms plus bath on either side. Make us an offer. CHARLEY BAKER AT OUR I We who were old enough to know better were guilty of n" disastrous error of careless and emotional thinking. Intelligent, sober .study o£ the Wagner bill would have shown us that this was not Wagner's 80 ACRE FARM, GOOD HOUSE, fine pastures, plenty living water, fenced 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, nf Jflbpe. 7-3t . *. NEW FOUR ROOM HOUSE, TWO extra lots. Cow, 2..caly.cs. 1 hog, JVIust.,.be..j50ld.. at ,once. W, A. Dozier, COS West 3rd.St. , 8-3t KITCHEN CABINET ~ IN ' GOOD condition, also wool rug, 9 X 12. . Mrs. J. J. Martin, ; 322 North • Elm St.' \.'- ••- 8-3t • 5 ROOMS AND BATH, MODERN ' house, hardwood floors, 50 X '150 lot. $5000 including $1500 for my equity, balance FHA loan at $28 monthly payments. Located ?315 East loth St. Phone 335-W. . 8-3t .2,685 ACRES,..MORE OR LESS, Located about a mile West of , McNab, in a solid body, on Frisco - railroad. Timber will more than pay for it. Extra fine for hunting reserve. About eight mile , front on Little River, several » -miles on Yellow Creek. Fine open -bottom for Ducks. Squirrels and •ta> Fish. • Government - putting in some deer. Price 316,500 half cash, balance one and two years at 6% interest. Half mineral ngnts reserved. Warranty deed. office for farm listings in Hemp- .stead and Nevada counties, new home sites near Hope Country Club. FOSTER-ELLIS 108 East Second Phone 221 Fenway Foolishness One red-hot rumor here is that ers . . . Leo Durocher is stayinK at the same hotel as three Nation;'.! Til . , , . three Ramos, nil easy trl- j Now York 1 1',-nk Arena) •• \Vil- , iu the ;:i/i> ovidtitice of nn uniphs. ihc S'lot-is nave rolled U|jilie Bellram i:!0 New Yorkl i alleirpl to rerlnco the siv.n. " .--... L> | . nool .. ( , d (HU A , v ; otllllili 13 .-i, /low, 'i " "-i "is return trip llto prowl- I York i?i ' .'i' l(! " ! < three blotiKes and two worn- nil" -yards by rusliins and 67'l in air lor ;i louil (if l.-Kil. Arkansas, (lie circuit's omv other New York Broadway '\renn unboati'ii eleven, is second in the Hvound-;',ainiiig department with . Lcnnie (Boom-Boom i iVlancini, l-UI. ,h.-.ii the dress. ,1 size League umpires •- wtiich snows 750 yards-151! on the ground and 's to get a room ^9i! by'passing, fiaylor is; third with Yotmsslown, O., i,nocked out Cyril Gallic. 1W 1-2, Cardiff. Wales.,' you how tough it is in .this town. Shear Nonsense The first guy in line the bleacher entrance lo Fenway Park, Grovor C. Gilmore. arrived Monday night, 3'! hours before the starting lime of today's game The third to arrive was a oarbor, .. —•,-,, ,.. ,,., . , I 'mocked out Walter Popeye) a total of (ill. de.spito the i'act that I ljOS Angeles — I'U/y I- il/.patnck, | Woods. Ki.'i. Now York. (4. thf Bears have played only two] 1 '". I'-l Monte. C'al.. Knocked out, Houston. Tex. — Chamaco Al- g'.imes. ' I Watson .Jnnes. 171 I-'.!. _l,os Ange- barrai!, i:ii. Mexico City, outpoint- LitHe Ken Holland, "reserve" |! Arkansas scatback. still leads iho; individual ball carriers with 197 yards in 35 trios. Bobby Lay:ie of Texas is second with 149 yards on ; Henry Hielt. 1(W. Tul^a. ikla.. outpointed Gone Simons. li. r >, Indianapolis, (i. Manchester. ..N.II.—Waller 'Cab- 14 carries. John Hoffman of Arkan- p " lltc ' Georgie who look one look al Gilmoro andjsas, the loop's leader i.-i this de-j'"/V .,.•' ," /. • then sent to 'a :-icarby drugstore | pai-lmont last year, i-anks eighth'----"' Lolln Y !'''' { - nose - ia5 ' . ed "Chief" Gordon House, 132, Houston, (10 1. for a ra/oi- and soap so he culd get to work on Gilmore. Porkers Near Top Strength for Baylor Fayetteville, Oct. 9 — (/P)— The exacting methods of Trainer Sam DUTY BOUND yards. -Nick Stato. 13^, Springfield. Mas.-;., drew with Lew Allr:r. 128. Montreal iKi. Layne tops the iorward passing , Jersey City. N. .1 -- Billy Kil- departnient. having completed IProy. 11,4. Paterson, N. J., xiioeked ol K, tosses tor 22'J yards. Aubrey j out Gregory Hild.tgo. 1-HI 1-2. Puer- I'owlor of Arkansas us si.-cond with i to Rico <•!> eight completions in 13 tosses for | Salem. • Mass —.loo Lonpo 1"7 > iVVi — |li)ti yard Fowk-r completed ihroc j Baltimore. outpciinled rimolhv Mickey ; ot lour for 5i yards against TCU '.Budclv Haves 127 Boston 10) | or her las; .Saturclay. while u.iyno con- Eoston —' Al (Red Priusi'. 15(l! I San Francisco. Oct. 8 — I Policewoman Elizabeth IRicI (doesn't let her small size, deter I from doing her duty. nected on four of eight for £9 yards She saw a 150-pound man snatch : '!!: | i"«t Oklahoma A. & M. a case of whiskey .from a U'uck and I Layne also paces i'.ie punters. He j gave chase. The culprit dropped | has averaged 5.5 yards on two 1 the liquor and tried u> defend him self. Mrs. Rickey collared 'die Lankford are paying off Aikansas Razorbacks, who near top strength as they punts. Clyde Scott, who shone as a pass lvnn jsnatchor for Navy last year and ' ~ '" the Arkansas.' themselves for for the dragged him 50 feet ln a call box 1 " ow . .f-'P. 0 '" 1 ! 1 -' 3 . Jn , th <-' Arkansas, o are at! and held him with one hand while ; baL ' k . f ''' ld - is iar ahead in the pasj | ,• ready! she telephoned with xhe other. < J. e .' lc . lv ' n S 1 ' ;1C . C - Ihl -' "Smackover tirimted : '< Ku ' "'' ls ''abbed iour ve:.,ses /or I anticipated tough Southwest Conference battle vi J 11 lit I. Hi 10 >-VC»O 11VV TtllK'ld. S .'.ll~ -.1 t T"l 1 Tl tention or Roosevelt's oithsr, and Y lne Ba J' lol> Bcars that Congress I had :io power \o ' (T- i Satur regulate relations between the citizen and his employer within a state. i Wagner, Roosevelt and iheir legal counsel knew Con.sress lacked the power to do this. That is why they used the pretext of expediting a(id protecting interstate commerce. -They tricked us. Fine condition enabled the Razorbacks to wear down Texas Christian last week, and, although the Porkers played a bruising game, they came out of the scrap without a serious injury. Thus. Coach John Barnhill's only worry this week,is perfecting timing so'f or ^js onies to his charges can move against LSU. The Aggie injury list long one, and the LSU iiU I1J yards. Ross Pritch.-.rd, '.icott's j [understudy, is fourth with ihree ' is a i receptions :for ">G yn.ds, and Alton may j Baldwin. Razor!);:ck end has NOTICE PICTURES r*RAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHont 399 AVENUE B GROCERY find the farmers in xheir poorest caught three for 57 physical condition of iho year. ' ; Matty Bell. Southern Methodist Mentor, is hunting for backs to replace Billy Mizcll and Ed Green. Layne is the leading scorer with I Southern Methodist six touchdowns—31! points. Pour of! ing for backs to re- them were tallied last Saturday, i Congress does possess ihc ?pe- Baylor's rugged defense cific right to regulate commerce, I At Waco yesterday. however, so they hitched their fascist scheme I Bear Coach Frank Kimbrough was who were hurt in the Texas Tech game. Bell also was seokin.L; a way for his onies to go that last yard ' or two as they draw :iear a clash Notice ONLY 10 DAYS LONGER TO place your order with' Stark Nur- 7-3t,to the commerce clause of the constitution. Here is the language of the pretext; slightly abbreviated: "II ?s the policy of the United States to eliminate the causes of certain substantial obstructions to the >:ree series for fall shipment for fruit SUDSla 'J l trees, shrubbery, and berries. I "T f>t commerce See or call 400 South Elm, Hope, ' As f. means , ot clo '"S <"'*. how- 01 i_ : _ t: :i_.i T-.I t nr, T» -ever, tnpv \unllrl nt-ntor-f 1 "rhn .-ix-oi-- two- W eot' pass . plays lo llssisl hi - Stock is limited Phone 487'Hi ever ' they would protect "the oxer- Ham. all ends, and Guard: D Coffman 36t ciso b - v lhe workers of freedom of Henderson and Barrel Hog ! '. ; self-organization and designation of i ever, still were ailing and i .... MATERIALS ARE GOING HIGH- agents of their own choosing" for little action against the Razor . - er every day. Have your mat I collective bargaining, tress made over now. Write or i If those people believed that Con- phone Bright Bros. Maltross Co. i gross really had the constitutional Pick-up and deliver anywhere.' power to "encourage the practice Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ark. 7-lmlf* colleotivo bargaining," another FOR YOUR UPHOLSTERING and furniture refinishing. Send postal card for free estimates to V.-':,'-L. Holly, Box 324, Hope, Ark. 9-61 . "Floyd Porterfield. 8-3t Services Offered "FOR ESTIMATES ON VENETIAN Blinds, wood or metal, also awn, Ings,, Write Riley Cooper. 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texa=. CASH REGISTER. ADDING MA- chine, scale and typewriter re§ airs, service and supply. Prompt ervice. V. Maxwell, Phone 241. Gentry Printing Co. 8-3t FOWL AND FISH St. Peter, Minn., Oct. 3 — (<-P)— Arthur Noteboom landed a 6 3-4 pound bass when he shot a small teal on the opening day of the duck hunting season. The duck landed in open water and when Noteboom rowed over ! phrase in the preamble, why don't ' uiey state tnat to be me "pc ! icy of the United States?" The reason was that Wagner,. Roosevelt, ihc Department of Justice and the union lawyers had in mind the far i'rom pleased with the defensive showing of his team as it failed to stop Arkansas plays executed by the "B" team. Co-captain Bland Rinnels, End Aubrey Bailey and Guard Richard Johnson turned to action after two- n - K ^ • uinning game aga absences duo to injuries. Wenzel iTulano s.-iinrd-iv T Candy, Tom Johnson and Barney' Ham, all ends, and Guards Bobby ?an. how may action acrninst thi ! backs. Coach D'ina Bible today was cautioning his mighty Texas Long- hoi ns against overconfidencc and bowl talk as they prepared lor a Saturday duel with the Oklahoma Sooners, a team which atmosl upset Army and last week nosed out a strong Texas Aggie eleven, j As a result of their poor defensive showing against Oklahoma voiiuit tuvvj't;j.o Jl tti^l in 111 Hill tllVJ J i (-. , i .1 — » . . t . i Iplan, soon to be come a reality, I hm Saturday the Aggies •.his week through which the work-ers were I arc getting their till ot drills on not merely "encouraged" to join l)Y a y , a 'J? ' mea " s to gam S'' oun , d ' unions hi,t rh-ivnn nnH >,«,„„! O rf ;,,(« Coach Homer Norton warned 'che unions, but driven and hounded into unions by hundreds of thousands through physical, economic and social terror; were frankly and ar- rojjantly denied :'reedom 'to choose their own bargaining patents and, both of 'em into his to retrieve if he .found r. bassjlikp the serfs of old Europe were choking on the duck. He scooped | delivered from place to place in •™,h «f •„„ ,„*„ us, u»«, 'taceless masses: disciplined, ordered and subdued, at wages agreed upon by their union inas- ters. To say that they were "encour- Legal Notice Aggies they would have to do better than thrir. firsi Hnv"c •" ••'-. — hoped to make a showing against with Oklahoma A. & M. The Mustangs muifed scveial scoring; chances in losing o Tech. i Although it rolled in high "car | against little Southwestern 'iasli week, offense waj the order of xhe day at Rice yesterday with Owl, Coach Jess .Neely stressiim special his deceptive . Dinst powerful! Saturday. The Owls are expected to be al. full strength when they moot ihc Oreenies. Although • several other players wre badly bruised in vile Arkansas game. TCU's .Homed Frogs yesterday welcomed -ihc return of Fullback Dave Bloxom, who missed the Razorback tilt, and Tom Bishop, who played little because, of an injury. Backs Polo Stout and \ Leon Joshn. Guaid Me and Tackle IK hospital list. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner Suuid Morelle Hick? I bert Eoff are on 'ihe! IS HEREBY that by virtue of a decree of the Hempstead County Chancery Court entered on the 4th day of October, 1946, in a cause pending therein wherein Mary Block, and Estella Vanhook, were plaintiffs, and Tennyson Block, et al.. were defendants, the undersigned as Commissioner, appointed by said Court will on the 16th day of November, 1946, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest bidder, at the North Door of the Court House in Hope, Arkansas, subject to confir- These masters may be 'the most, notorious jailbirds and gangsters i in town or Stalinist traitors I against the United States. But we are so far gone in our dumb, docile I acceptance of this serfdom that by this time we even call men out- Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH ""& ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. to join unions is like saying 1-uvs who merely try to recapture j d that a condemned man was "encouraged" to be seated in the electric chair. When I socak of faceless masses delivered from place to place by tneir union masters I am not -tossing you an overripe figure of speech. I saw it done one clav in Detroit when an industrial official remarked that lie had loaned .a thousand men — he had loaned a thousand American citizens us though they were draft horses — to another big manufacturer .FOR— Dependable and Quick " • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No'Job Too Large or Too Smaft • 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 war work, timber upon the following "Tandr ^poopfe allo'tfed^'mm an '" to-wit: All pine timber ten inches and up in diameter at the stump at the time of cutting, which is standing, lying, growing or being upon the SOUTH HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 8. TOWNSHIP 11 SOUTH-RANGE 23 West, allowing the purchaser ONE YEAR from the date of timber deed to cut and remove said timber. TERMS OF SALE. Said sale will be on a credit of three months and the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved personal security for the purchase money. WITNESS my hand on this the 7th day of October, 1346. C. E. WEAVER, COMMISSIONER. (SEAL) Oct. 9-16-23. by the union and the government in ington. They had no more to say about their pay or conditions of work than so many head of work stock. All that was arranged between the union masters and the employers, under government supervision. It is not uncommon to hear one general in u war say that he the freedom that Wagner an Roosevelt stole away under a truly historic fraud. Most of them don't raelize that they are really rebelling against Wagner's .law. however. They curse their union masters, not the law that made ihem To G. I. students in college and G. I.'s in veterans' organizations, I suggest this: Clip this column and those of the two preceding day3 and take them to school or to your veterans 'meeting. There are a lot of vicious fakers teaching something that they call social science .in college nowadays who have been taking a dirty advantage of xhe inexperience and ignorance of students too. young to know the answers, to teacn them fascism disguised as democracy. There are similar propagandists in veterans' groups. So I say, bat them between the ••ves with the statements made in this series of three essays on the loaned or borrowed one or several'«»signer act and its fraudulent pro- divisions of soldiers to meet essed purposes and its notorious emergency. But these were civilian I results. You may rely on the abso- workers, who are supposed to bo iree men. If you think that was only a iem- porary condition you are mistaken. truth 01 every statement made. Get out the constitution and Lhe text of Wagner's law. Argue it out. Don't let them bull you 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 Denver 'Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH B. HAUL, Owner ?08 N. Ferguipn Phone 7it Long beiorc iho war, many unions it round with ideological iargon or absolutely forbade their members shift the ground, as they will when to tmd their own jobs. No. they they see you know your stuff, must go to the union hall and take Don't lower your ayes and bow their turns in the hiring Mne and your head when 'they mention the then go where they are sent. They name of Roosevelt, fin their ears | still must. If the union happens to back and one day you may re- be on good terms with the employer cover the freedom that he stole i ine condition nf the individual work from you when you were too young er may be the worse, not better, to know. ior tnut. The union master likes to show how efficient he i3 in ruling the mass of labor assigned to his custody under Wagner's laws and he makes the faceless man toe the mark. I can tell you, he likes to be a big-shot. He is. Under Wagner's law. the worst bum is as good as the best man in the local. iJeuer. >.or thiit matter, if the superior rnan has a >ittle spirit and ambition and shows a little of the white-eye of rebellion against this equalization of incompetence with ability, Ja/.iness with diligence. Even among musicians this is ihc method of "handling labor" for the benign purpose of removing impediments lo interstate commerce. If a cafe or saloon wants a fiddler .the local sends the next fiddler, not a good :Cid- dler necessarily, and the best violinist in town mav be walking Ihc streets awaiting his turn. In the newspaper business the guild wanted the .power to send around -,he top man on the list, even n Communist, iX a paper needed an editorial writer, as though all writers were alike. You all have heard the form "outlaw strike". An outlaw is a criminal, without the law. Are sucli strikers outlaws? Not at all. The term means merely that some group of workers have revolted against the union masters placed over them by Wagner's law to facilitate interstate' commerce. I ATTENTION FARMERS ond DAIRYMEN Preserve your Barns and Roofs with Paint For Commercial Spray Painting consult LUM RATELIFF Phone 979-W 518 W. Division LAWNMOWERS . —-Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ond CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R 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 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 information 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 EYLETS all colors RHINESTONES Buttons — Belts — Buckles Mail Orders Invited Mrs. H.W. Hatcher 309 E. Second Hope, Ark Phone 407-J Harry Segnar, Sr, PLUMBER Contracting and Repair* Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Los'ed Ones By ARTIST Photographers The ShipEey Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging ALLGI's Interested in Contact- Vet Office or B. L. at vhc airport « Flight Instructions • • ' Rides • Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop equipment is no better than the mar. that uses it For Your Repair Y^ork, see HOMER COBB Hir hvvay 07 Phone 57 See Us For . . . G! LOANS For Purchase of'Homes In Hope. 4.% Interest — 20 Years to Pay Our Coiv,pnnics Give You Complete Protection Plus 20', Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. • rirc • Tornado • Casualty o Automobile Real Estate & Insurance 103 East Second Phone 221 Doug /^|*T"V Carl Bacon V*8 S I Jones ELECTRSC CO. —- for— House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairi Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made PPW $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town • — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 41 IS. Hotel WANTED and Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak togs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas P8ANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new * Sounds like KEW ©New guarantee If you are interested in buving a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. a t CUr! SPMtCE Hl)?7 8E OF Tf J E BIST!, MUST BE, 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 of our service-svith-a-smile staff. . ' OUR MOTTO IS 'SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 1 — in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you ell you need if we possibly eon, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLorty, at Hope Auto Co. O OZARK IKE Chit-; l"oung By Ray Gott* - ? 'n/ ) F LOVE VOU "'jlH 1 W£LL. JUST WAIT UNTIL VOU SEE THE DARLING HAT VOU BOUGHT* r ...BUT WINDY COULD FINISH 1 ' HIM IF HE HAD JTES'ONE CUEAM SHOT GOES BY THAT I U(JN I HAVE S SOMETHING ) TO TMAN|< VOU FOR (G/PO4/V) WIMDY'S DOWN IN TH' PUftT ROUND. HE'S GITTIN' COLLY FLOWERS IS HITTIN' HIM V/ITH EVURTHING BUT TH' RINGSIDE CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES By Michael 0'Malley & Ralph Lane/' By Galbroith S went bt\ow and got out of my wet WELL, SIT DOWN, HAND ME THE TO WUR BOAT COME ABOARD clothes. Whenl cime up the speed DARLING, AND SATIS* boat was tied up to THE TWOSPOT. FY YOUR HUN6ER FIRST. , THEN WE'U SEE WHAT \ V/C MN 00 TO AUAY YOUR CURIOSITY THAT'S MY BROTHER'S ROBE, BUI YOU LOOK BETTER IN IT THAN HE DOES. AR£ YOU HUNGRY V OR JUST CURIOUS ? WASH TUBES By Leslie Turner \< t . WORE MOCHO, MO WR MORION VTHrTLLWE L S ..1!^ THRU \ N16KTS..IOM6 HWW5H ER^SED...ftND THEV SThRf SfAELTlNG...WEU \FOR WE C.NDSOU TO GET RID OF HlfA SUP THW LUST LO/M> AND SEND RINGO /DOWN FKON\ CHlCORW FOR THE TRUCK./ W-ID BE VJWTING , =^ST \ FOR tW HERE' NIGHT, TO (^CERTWN SPOT ON THE BORDER WITH A TRUCK LOPO AND IS PULLED B/SCK. 'AND SOON SHINV . SILVER BftRS ARE , ADDED TO THOSE i ALREADY BURIED... fcs*~ COPR. 194« BY NEA SERVICE, IJiU. T. M. BED: U. S. PAT DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney • . C.OPB. 1816 BY N6* SERVICE, INC. T. M. BEG. U. S. P*T. Off • 1; "Why must all his love aflairs b c such happv ones? Can't "lough elci'lion year, I inKi^im-, Sc-nalor! Will) inllalion . ; he lose his appelik- once in a while?" and all, I suppose you \\v.\'(u promise your constituents " ' " ". ' " three tunes ns much !" FUNNY BUSINESS tS AND HiS FRIENDS THIS KNIFE'S k E.NOUSH! By Hershberaer lite GESTAPO/ J tt ^ # ..••-'a By Carl Anderson COPR. 1M6 BY NEA SERVIcl;. JNfc.'T. M! BABY SHOW TODAY SPASON AGAINST ME? ON I THE BRIGHT DREAM IT UP / 10 PATE ME DURING / IDEA OF TWIRP SEASON / -GOOD JEEPS/ L DIDN'T START IT.' L "They're ucllinfi cagey—carrying away a decoy arul dropping it hack!" * __ POPEYE ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hai-'iiln, SOU MEAN > i VE» I, OOOLA, I'M 1 HE'S STILL"<{ ArRAID SO... OUT THERE? £- /HtBBe VNE'O BETTER GO < .LOOK FOR HIM! THANKS TO HIM,JM J OF A MESS... AND At O 1 CLAD "O BE BACICJ AT WHAT?? YEH ...-AND I-tL BET.THAT- GEOLOGIST CHAP WOULD BE CLAD TO GET BACK, SUMPW . QUICK;,' I ELST WHO GCHN6 TO WITH Tr\£ FOOD <=>0 i THt VOOO . BOOT'; IVOli to \T l , PvSio you W\\-Ut, VWCH OKiTO TOO\J=. CPvK> VftV SOUR WftVWS TO TH6 TEIV.V. 1WE JOS V3 DOSSt I HE COUUDH'T STPiNO THt \ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Willianw OUR BOARDING HOUSE WiJh Major Hoople 1 CONGRATS, WISE 6OV/1VAT MOOSEr3>^^ A H05PrCAL^',»E f~~- VOU FER&OT J ^AWPF/ 3ie«T O^B ••'VMtvie -*~- ou 1 3A.Ke te( JAKE.' iNi NW i\ IT'S A I<P A KILLER WKE-N you BOIU v'\ PRIZE RIWG / / KMuckia HIIY\ UP/---SIT BACVi TO Y6R. , YOLJ APES, WHILE T-j COLLECTEP AMV-- WHV? TRl/W eON'.E BtUBBEK. OPFA THI<i 8008 / •'Lfc rui«. . -f // /Y^~TT7rtf MOTHlrA6/j^ I \\OS\OI RED RYDER By FredJHjjrman CLE o.AVE f\E A DEPU1T5 IF hE NttDS HELP 5 SMCE OF 1OU TO Sri J^D. REDRTPH.^'BE'.^S GOT A ."Witt'S PA1 ,1 POCKET, l /— '..- — T • -> - • — T-I ' - i« ^^Iii-i-^-XXiii^- HER& COWES 1HW 6UMDPC PQMCH-

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