Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1946 · Page 5
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Friday, Ocfsbcr- 11, I'M// |t Selections for Football Games New York, Oct. 10 —If there were any excuse for believing thnt they j .„..„„„ lluu m Hll , Qn were honest in their remarks about | prowl for its 22nd' consecutive :Coot By HAROLD CLAASSEN in'to'^hignn ' •If E&tA !. ft!te1t& Iv.* that has hud experience in slaugh- ""- v ^<-»^' "•" UI-IK--MHK "i.u mi-.v j ncads into Michigan lodny on the tering cattle, hogs. Will pay good were honest in their remarks about j prowl for its 22nd' consecutive \oot- snlary for a good man. Moore's;| Palestine and the immigr.ition of! 1311 " victory—but will be denied, in _y.._" rl{et - Phone 7( ' 7 - 10 -_ tf more refugees into the United j'^ 1 , 0 0 P«' lio » °C this grid forecaster MECHANIC TO WORK NIGHTS Slates. President Truman and Gov-1 dVwAhc Vockyrond"' th WG " ' P BLACK ilALE COCKER SPANIEL Reward. Phone 377 or 272, ll-3t For Sale ABRUZZI RYE CER- '""tilled seed. White Dutch clover. seed oats, Austrian Winter Peas, "foe AAA PrpJlraiTi, Alfalfa seed. 'Mixed Vetch. Ppre 'Hafry.Ve.tch, '•C*_— t* T».-F 1\ T^ttT.'M. — '..-. „' C 1 ^ 3 l^l .^ , jMiAtrti, v tiivii* ^ HfJ-; l *i lll «* vwvu, WlllWVi *W IXwBI* - See E - M ' McWilCatm- Seed |ore. 4 pR - RQOM _. 5 room house. and Sunday. Arch Wvlie Doc Blanchard's ailing leg didn't I ccnsideration guard from the 1945 Army squad, which whipped Michigan 'bj NINE ROOMS, 2 APARTMENT! !••> house re-decorated inside and * out Priced to sell. Phone- 602. '"$3850. . 9-3t CAFE. WELE LOCATED, DOING good business. Walk-out price. ^ Phone 602. &-3t -NEW DAYTON SCALES. NEW . . Victor adding machine, prac- . -tically nej,v..meat sliccr. Fred's ^v., 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 1936 FORD, TUDOR SEDAN. EX- tfa clean with new tires. Harold Payne, Patmos, Ark. 9-31 NEW FOUR ROOM HOUSE. TWO extra lots. Cow, 2 calves, 1 ho?. Must be sold at once. W. . Dozier, 603 West 3rd St. ^1939; FORD.. .PICK-UP. "TRUCK. SK Good ififst, class condition. See w* H.- W. Wg^t,,^Rpute 3, Hope. 10-3t "CONCRETE PIPE,"i8". i.v, 12-. ^Concrete blocks, all sizes nnd — colors. No paint or finish needed. Several bath tubs next week. Filling- Station. K. Wilson. Junction of Columbus, Washington ' road.' •••••• , 10-31 1938 -DODGE 'COUPE. NEW motor, clutch arid transmission. . _ — — . _ m -v K . . DIUII LfUltl II1U ill H) LI it. 1 'Ut.', XUU I i nn * -, ta"«tn_\,i — item in an imitative appeal to ele- ° • . y s °~? thc ground 'R 5 ROOM APARTMENT OV{ ments which were a secure monop- ?> ;uni ? t '\, gl ', cc " Oklahoma team, room house. Located here per- oly of Franklin D Roosevelt as I Knm V' n f- that Michigan .'ias both lanently Call collect 15, Garland . long as he lived. In'1044 Dewev in- ill 1 '", 1 ' 9 ffo » f " ""<* a pass defense, rk., R. E. Baker. 10-3t dorscd the Wagner Act uneondi- lr % choice i.; Michigan. —— Itionallv in a foredoomed attemnt r-.f ex ! ls ov . cr Oklahoma: after manently Ark. Cards Rated Chance to Win Series By JACK HAND Boston. Oct. H—OP)—Eddie Dyer • can face his 46th birthday today' Itionallv in a foredoomed attempt . jto win away some of Roosevelt's • solid support in thc union political I organizations, knowing it was a bad law which had thwarted both of its avowed reasons for being: the promotion of interstate com- (merce and thc guarantee that • workers should be allowed to-bargain through agents of their own choice. There was no occasion for Tru- rnans' statement other ihnn ihe il purpose of rubbing some fuzz off Dewey's peach two Saturday afternoon, the Sooners will remember their visit to West Point with added pleasure. And there won't be many holes in that lexa.i .cron.t wall. Texas. Notre Dame over Purdue: Even if Bob dc Moss had escaped jnjury :n the Purdue practices the result would be the same. The Boilermakers will have to delay their awakening one week longer Notre Dame. UCLA over Stanford: For a school that dropped the sport dur- Ihe war. the Stanford Indians can face his 46th birthday todav '"!„{,' e , l " zz °" u eweys peacn two ing the war, the Stanford Indians with the knowledge that his St. |"' ghts latcr ' D< T e >; ills ° lacked an have come a long way back in two Louis Cardinals rate a solid chance °?T' F r ? cept , • Uc , P° lltlcal °P" sl ™'t weeks but not enough vo spill of scoring the sports upset of the P om ' nit y-. ™e subject was. accord-leal Rossi and Co. UCLA year — beating the Eowerhoiise !mg)1to hl * ^vn contention rather} Duke " Itoston Red Sox in 'the World ?" .£.,?"L m "* If JL C 1'">^'! "»" « for governor, none of his business because foreign policy is the exclusive business o .f ihe national A . it . uL-uaust; iLuc'iidii poiicv is lne C R™ r, t r eVe " "V games . . af \ er , their elusive business o .f the natior 3-St first four meetings with vhe Amer- government. Dewey is again .1 M icon League champions the -~ardi- didate for governor, so Palest! -"•• nals can fall back on their south- .-mri thn r,i-,-,hi«,-,-, ^r ,.,,r,,,,,,,^_ nals can fall back on paw aces. Howie Pollet and Harry Brecheen. can- •stine •or and the problem of refugees „, displaced persons, as they arc now- called by subtle preference — still ,5 new .tires. . M. , Washington^ Ark. C. Parsons, 10-3t .BASKETBALL, .NEW STANDARD size. -Phone 1131-.R. 309 Hickory ,'St. S. W. Williamson, after 5 p.m". -•— -- -•-' 10 3t : _, : Ndfice , MATERIALS.ARE GOING H1GH- er every day. Plave your mat tress made over now. Write or phone Bright Bros. Mattress Co'. Pick-up and deliver anywhere. Phone 34-J-2, Hope, 'Ark. " 7-lm I opening game. •r,7.=r,t <• T -u canea oy sumio prelerence — si Twenty four hours ago the shoc'js none of his business. The stE A as on the other loot and Manager ] 0 f New York is forbidden bv t Joe Cronin of the Bostons nad com-1TTniiori st!-,^. ™,,<-if,, ( ;,,,, -„"•„„ plete control of the ate __ ^^.. ^...^.v... ^, ihe -j United States constitution to "have a foreign policy and has no aulhor- :,-—-—" — y. i.ic 3- U..ILIUII .vuii a toreign policy and has ^rihfri gh fon primed 'to push the | ity to exclude refugees or t 'ion °' el:mina -1 Placed persons. Their admission | controlled by national la\v. Once Uon. That ^ \vas_ before the 20-hit bar-1 admitted by' the federal " " they may settle in or wherever else rage the Cards loosened on Tex and five successors to Big ment, lend York. ;overn- New they over Navy: It is seldom Duke team drops two in a as the 1946 Blue Devils already have clone. It is unheard of for them to lose three in a row That makes it simple. Duke. St. Mary's over California: Herman Wcclemeyer and his St Mary's gang lake special delight . : n knocking off the West Coast name teams. They'll have .a very pleasant afternoon. St. Mary's. Ohio Slate over Wisconsin.: The Buckeyes defeated Southern California last Saturday. A week earlier the Badgers downed -California. By nightball Satcrday. the Bucics will be the champions of the stp'c nf California. Ohio State. • A Oklahoma A. & M. over SMU The ctespite the injuries vo i -/-•* t "i«w AH ^- atn-cca^uia LO ."sena j -LUII\. ui \viierever etse iney the "experts" diggirtg into the rec-! please. needing no permission ord books. They found that onlv'from him. oo? m i,,l llc « ^i 0 ^' 11 Yorl i i In 19 ' 12 ' Oewey practicallv read , w^ £ • collect ed,ham fish out of the Republican a World- Series game, i party for a politically stupid but T toV-,rnT"oo =nf KI tcams PO°loa i morally honest admission of the - -»- ^.^ ^.u.. v,ii- ul : nened vpLrrf^- ' *\ 7 ™ < ",o P ;' fact that th P rc v ' as suc!l a :actor i Scott, thc ex-Naval Academy ace route of the' <?nv ^ " S 12 " 0 . a : <; tho Jewish vote. Every P oliti- j has nincle tne Razorbacks a 'South•" , , ! cinn h "°ws there is s'ucii a vhing west Conference power. Arkansas ior todays :-.ifth game .ind Jast'and both Truman and Dewev in Skipping over .the rest in a hur- TToMTirMir TDii'L- T\*m» U n „ n.^ii-i.if-Urt -m.^j-m..* __.__ ..i • *". ~ .,... should^have enough left. 'Oklahoma over Baylor: Clyde A. & M. Arkansas e .in as o ruman an ewey n at Fenway Park, Dyer has Pollet | the present case are angling lor ready to go after iour days rest it by deliberate and venal misrep- and confident he can succeed j resentation of the facts and issues- Friday: Georgetown over Fordham, Miami over Texas Christian, ana comment he can succeed j resentation of the facts and issues', ham. Miami over Texas Christian where he failed .last time on rtudy As politicians they hope Lo seduce I Drake over Wichita, Denver over iorks 10th inning home run in the j Jewish voters with promises ihat Colorado A & M. opening game. . they know thov have no authority Saturday. ..FOR YOUR and furniture Send S •*••-*** »M»*.IH.I1\_ IVtllilOIIlll^. kJClILl postal card for free estimates to " T Holly, Box 324, Hope. V. L. Ark . . ey now Cronin passed out the word he ' , 0 makc ar ' wil1 use either Mi *=y Harris, a ^"i In 1944 ' they know they have no authority know they can't fu'l- 9-Gt Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON VENETIAN Blinds, wood or metal, also awnings, Write Riley Cooper. 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. • ~- -"* ^iA IUL S)t:ill[iy liCKeiS PLAIN .AND.; FANCY SEWING. big One Tuesda y-_ icft hander who lost to Brecheen i —r-"~"-«- in thc second game, 3-0 or Joe 1 talnocl Palestine Dobson, a right hander from Du- " : """ rant, Oklahoma who won 3 and lost seven during the regular sea- JSTo matter who wins the Boston jft, ^^J!^^^/^^!)^ 1 getaway game, Brecheen and i Boo i Ferriss will hurl -ihe o game at St. Louis Sunday. If Jt goes seven, they will take Monday off for selling tickets and play vhe Saturday. Kansas over low.i State, Missouri over Kansas State, Iowa platforms con- Nebraska, Illinois over Indiana, riors, and collectively and political force, to the creation alterations'' in back room of *• Dixie Barber Shoti. [05 East • Front St. Mrs. Ha Thompson. J '-••'•• • 10-3t Real Esfdrfs for" Sale Although the 35,045 Fenway cus- — —« O" ««-«.wi*_ 1,1 iv; t-UUtllLl^y UllLl talk it up because they knew the people would xlatly reject any obligation to go to war or pay taxes to establish an artificial nation :"or any group in a land which a group quarters for 250,000 more popula- , - tion within 100 miles of New York he is holding out on hundreds of thousands of native Americans now living in dirty old fire-traps and ratty converted barracks, raising babies in frightening .squalor and, incidentally, with little food and less soap. The truth is that '' Boston, Oct. 11 — (/Pi— Now, Hint the Cardinals have squelched that 'minor league" talk they've been hearing ever since ihe All-Star game, you can begin looking ,or- ward to quite a tussle when the real minors stage their annual yel- together in December . . . The minpis may stage a rebellion against big league domination through the commissioner'!: office, according to one man wno .cnows his way around the minors if Judge W. G. Bramham decides .0 retire- as head of the national association . . . The judge has'n'l given any real hint so Car. out our informant believes*-, Brnmham will step down if the association requests it and that many ot the association members believe the guy who led (horn through hard urnes deserves a rest .-.it $10,300 per vear. . . . . The catch is that vhc big major league "china i;;m»" operators might get together to nancl- pick a t.uc'ccssor. And in that ca ;e the nidge might"get his dander vip and refuse to resign, or the numerous small leagues might iinrl ;i leader who would take them on an entirely independent course. Back Bay Breezes When linos Slaughter clouted dial homer for the Cards yesterday he piobably jogged around tlvo base.s numming ".I've ocen \VOI-K- 'ing for the railroad." . . . Slaughter drove thc bull into ihe stands and he drove several thousand dollars hit othe coffers of the common carriers. The result of the blow, anil ihe 1!) vhal uillowed, w.is \lvit I Ihe tWLi clubs and all Hit' ciimp Col- I lowers will have io UIKO \hc ?ong 1 i ide to St. Louis again . . .The day's moKl obvious crack came when thc> public address system revealed that Bobby Docrr .had retired from the game because he had n severe headache. All ihe Red Sox must have had a terrific head[ache by that time . . . .Apprised of the rumor that he's .set to manage Ihe Yanks. Red Rolfe .vu-s: "1 don't even know what I'm gniiu; lo c!o next year but I hope 1 can stay in major league baseball.' Pigskin Pic'!<!ns Oklahoma vs Texas Its Texas. ' By heckses. Illinois vs Indiana. The Hoosicrs, coached by Bo i\Tc- Millin, Are set to stage an upset killin'. Player's Split (P * "B rf'^'B F*\ Since 1918 Boston. Oct. 11 —i/T'i- It doesn't matter whether the St. Louis Cardinals or the Boston Reel Sox win tho World Series, the ulnyers' share will be the lowe.it S;IIL-C'' tho war series of 1918 between Ihe Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs. With the Cardinals cliv'ciin;^' ihe money into 3-1 ri-.aivs .-'lid i!n : Hod Sox into 41 (highest .'n '\ i; ,i O rvi. a total of less than $4,00 per player is assured. With $304,141.;!r> jic! aside .'or ilu- players—(JO -per cent jf ,he gi-os:; receipts o the j'irst tour »:ime:; after thc commissioner's ^iuirf ;ias been deduclod—the winnius, share of each Cardinal phiver will amount to S3.7;5G.-J:i. Shorld the Red Sox win, each Boston plaver would receive $3,!)au.S2. No World Series split in \.'ne hist 28 years has failed to net thc winning players less than $4.'.Hid apiece. The small size of the two park;; —Sportsman's Park .scats .54,000 and Fenway Park ::2..')00—is the bi<> reason for the small shares. Ari- ovcr Colorado College, Oklahoma Cil^y over Fresno. Southen, CaKt'ornia over Oregon otate. V/ashiiH(ton State .-jver Washington. Ore;am o\'cr 'Moinana Utah over Brigham Young, Col- rado over Wyoming. Gcrgi;< Tech over Mississippi Auburn over St. Louis, Georgia over Kentucky, Vandcrbilt over 1'larida. Rice over Tuliuie, Loni'ii- ana State ove ; r Texas A & M. Tennessee over Chattanooga, Alabama over Southwest Louisiana, Princf- ton over Harvard, Yale over Columbia. Rutgers over Nc>w York U Perm Stato over Syracuse. Cornell over .. Colgate. Pittsburgh, over Temple, Holy Cross over Vill:;no"a 'Perm over Dartmouth. Tech Squares Off Against Magnolia at RusseUville By The Associated Press Arkans.-ss Tech's liile-del'ending Wonder Boys will square nff with Magnolia A. & M., at Rnsscllvilli,' tonight .in \\\-~ state ink" -uolli-gKUo coiiierLT.ee's headline iittraclion i'oi Thc Wrnder Boys are not expected lo bo pressed by 'ihe "Mule- riders and aro hoping lor an op| portunity Lo sharpen, xheir altacit lor next week's all-important show- clown v.-ith Ouru.-hitn. which does 1 not play (his week. | Only one other conference en| 2'i!{onioi!l is on tap tin's week, with i Hcr,<5i'rson and Mencli-ix xaiigling ;;t iConway -.(iniorrow afternoon. ! In ifjii-conicronco Lilts. College '• of the OxaiUs plays U'.asl Central ; OkhihoOKi ",tal!j at .Ada. Okla., ' t onight: Arkansas A. & M. enter- i i.iitis Arliansas Stale's Indians :il IVionticollo tomorrow night ai-d Ar- k'lnsas State Teachers visit I\us- ton. La., for a br.tlle with Louisiana i'ech, a!:-o Saturday niglit. Hundreds oC Mope Bobcat fans jwill accompany tii« learn to Nash| villi- lonight where they cxpecl lo wilnt'.ss one of the hardest I'ought Uiuiies on the local schedule this season. The always tough Scrappers have- lost only one game this season and that was to powerful Texarkana in the opening contest. Couches Lester Bradley and D. S. Floyd have been pulling ihe Serapprs tnrnuyh hard workouts this week, and will shoot the works against the Bobeals. Tlie Hope squad also went throuuh long practice sessions in an effort lo find someone to fill Busier Roger's shoes. The fleet Hope back wi 1 ; be on the sideline the rest of thj season with a shattered collar bone. It will be a nigged game and hundiods of Hope fans will be on hrmcl almost assuring the largest ciowd of the year at Nashville Both Nashville- and Hope High School bands will perform at the ha 11 lime period. Lnst njuhi at Bobcat Stadium Ihe Verger Tigers struck hard and firm to score four touchdowns nn Shorter Coll e g<? negro high eleven in a one- - sided 24 - 0 contest. II was the second win for the local negro team ngainst one loss. Saturday night the Bobcat "B" team will meet Murl'rcesbnro in what, is exnected to !).- :\ lough as signment. The Hopo lineup will be made strictly of reserves and thc first 22 men 0:1 (he Bobcat t;>an> will not see action. Gnmetimc at Nashville will- be !i o'clock. Approximately 700 Hope fans are expected to make tin- drive lo the Howard county city. i Fights Last Night By United Press Philadelphia — Buster Tyler. M-l 1-1!, New, York, outpointed .lohnnv Forte. 135. Philadelphia (8). ! Fail field. Me. ••- ;M Coul.ro. Mf>, ; Lcwistou, Me., knocked out Buddy 'Coty, Mi), .Harlf.ji-d, Conn., <1>. PillKfield, Muss. - Tony Fajco 144, Micldletown, Conn, outpniutei Benny Singleton, 142, Watenniry, Conn.. 10). Woonsoeltnt, U. I. — Tony '"!osln, 120, Woonsocket, outpointed Blond Tiger. 130, Lowell, Mass., (101. Kill River .Mas;. Bobby Enfi- |hsh, 12(i, Fall River, oiilpointed I Jean Harriere, 12«, Montreal (lOi. I "o'tlard. Me. • - vieiiry C"ieme). 1(15. Portland, outpointed' J.C. Wil- kius, IM./New York, UO). 'Jl-unsv icl Me. — Paul Le Blond. 137. Lisbon. Me., outpointed Bobby Pooler, lllii. Port land. Me.V OZARK IKE ChU«; t'ounq £LOW£RS CORNER WILL, WINDY THIS COLLY FLOWERS IrS . BOUMCIN'ME AROUND LIKE A PtJWCHIN' , BAG, 02AKK/ GOULD J.UST vou KIS , OIL MOP? ITE BELL. FOR ROUHO TWO... HERE PADDY HOME FROM WORK KAYO & LOW/ This Curious World By William Ferguson SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith VIG FLINT By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane , The old New Kngland expression ' lo talk turkey" was coined in Ihe 11)00's, when an Indian and a white man whc- had been hunlinp, together met to divide the spoils— a crow and a turkey. Synthetic rubies and sapphires are practically identical by evory chemical and. physical standard with natural rubies and sapphires. LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT.CO. Little Rock, Shrevcport Texarkann . - y group n a an wc a "roun - is na "e tomers wont agree, yesterday's | of power propagandists happened <nows ° f no snob habitations un- game jn many ways was one of) to desire. Anyway Americans ! less he is thinking of more bar- It! 6 . C 10 ? i lntorestin g '3f a series would be colossal hypocrites to racks - B "t in that case these 250,- tnat had been dominated by pitch- take on such a mission when our uuu llew ""migrants, within one m §- own nntinnnl hictr,,-,.- ,-. ™ t.,;,~,,. „„ year, would be howling about spa. own national history contains w...i imLivjiiai iiintui V UUI1LUI1I;, SO aduig the parace oi St. Louis .many chapters of ruthless dispos- rs were .Rookie Catcher Joe! se3sion . deportation and disinheri- joinir.g 22 previous stars . . . , -Bank- Bldg. Phone 480 or 984 10-3t through with the help of some p . a ' estine - We infiltrated until sparkling defensiv° plav L i either outnumbered the Indians FOR—dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smal\ • ANDERSON BROS. • f i William R. Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or 1U-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising ~ PHOTOCOPIES Discharges - Legal Documents '* 24 Hour Service NEW MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE, j the r eeord books.' quarter block land on corner', George (JJed) Muneer ideal location for meat market' r '-- J! ' ' grocery store. Five blocks from -City Hall. C. E. Cassidy, Ark- had husky Jh en uii w .ind"histoi : y and truly give JIU.SIVJ \ 4 t- _ T T • t _ J O* .-.*,-.« I 1- .', . il. .. T George (Jledi Munger husky jp en unwind nistory and truly give Cardinal righthander, v as'in trou-l l ? e Un i tec L Statcs back to tne In ' ble several times yesterday but dlfllls ' To bo sure, our method was was able to strong avm his way something like that proposed for + K,.n,, «U ...:*. i. A i- _ ; . , « J bTl If 1 51 inn \\7n infilf i--i t<-i*-l - .^.* 11 . Slaughter's first hit was a 370- foot home run into the right field seats that broke a scoreless lie and started the Birds off on a three-run inning in the second Kurowski's first double, a single by Harry Walker, a i.ostly wild throw by Johnny Pesk:-- and a squeeze bunt by Marty Marion nad Hudson on the ropes. When Musial's two-run double followed Red Schoendienst's single and a two-base wild peg by Hughson in the three-run third, Cronin yanked nis 20-game winner and called on Jirn Bagby, who yielded the third run on Oaragiola's first single. Doubles by Slaughter and Kurowski added to the scoring total in the fifth, a four-hit inning th would have produced more th; one run if it hadn't been :'or the great outfield throws by DiMaggio I became a controlling minority' because we were smarter and" not fastidious in our honesty. On our own precedent, we. shouldn't object if the Zionists snould xry ;hat in Palestine. But Truman, Dewev or any other American politician who tells the voters that they have any obligation to back such a venture with their lives in war, and the property and hibor of the .vnote American people, will be exterminated at the polls. "It must be clearly demonstrated," Dewey said, "that the United Slates reaffirms its policy that ihe pledges to the Jewisa people must be fulfilled." What pledges? When were ihe American people ever consulted in any election on this issue, discussed apart from all other issues year, would be howling about segregation in "detention camps" .'ike the experimental 1,000 who went to Oswogo and yelled persecution until we turned them loose, just as they expected from the start. O'Dwyer was just talking for votes. So are Truman and Dewey The terrible fault here is that they are all trying to chisel a political advantage by telling lies smothering i'acts and putting in ihe category of Hitlerites all who insist on analyzing their statements and false promises. That kind of campaigning never solves problems and always stores up trouble to break in 1 storms later on. Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ARSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 9b2-J 1013 W. otn oc. e by Slaughter and Kurowski added an eighth score m the seventh off Bill 2uber. The real riot came in the ninth vvnen 10 men batted and Cronin hurriedly shifted from Mace Brown to Mike Ryba to Clem Dreisewed Fou uxis came home Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver Plenty of Parking Space" Hatters H UGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 to the people .,,_,. ul .,.-,i; they were never argued :;o as to bring out their meanings and elicit a conscious decision. What Jewisn people? Throughout the Hitler regime Americans heard, and agreed, vhat -Jews wore Arneiicaris, German;;, Britons, French and so forth vve heard, and i agreed, that Jcwishr.ess was a matter ot religion, ;iot race and 'ihat Hitler's proposition to the contrary was diabolical. Now the same -iu- thorities demand a new nation for Jews who are Germans, Poles or Romanians or even Americans. And the same authorities also argue that persons of no religion or atheists are nevertheless Jews by some lest that seems to indorse Hitler's racism. By v vnat other vest is a person with no religion to be deemed a Jew? The United States had secretly admitted 580 000 displaced persons formerly called refugees, by 1942 ana some vast bui unrevealeo number have come here since then. Still, Truman, Dewey and -eccnt- ly Mayor O'Dwyer. of New York, demand that we modify our .laws • so as to admit "our share" of additional immigrants, but ail without telling us how many nave been admitted or what "our share" is Inviting 250,000 more to Ncsv YorK, O Dwycr siucl: "If anyone says there isn't nlenty of rnujr here, I'll show him where it is within luO miles. But if ODwyer can find living ATTENTION FARMERS and DAIRYMEN Preserve your Barns and Roofs with Paint For Commercial Spray Painting consult LUM RATELIFF Phone 979-W 518 W. Division OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and autp 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. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies - Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. other is the loss of the SI7"),000 radio utoadcastin™ : ce, which ap- :"):'fi!.! certain to be put into thc players' pension Hind. .Stidiild the Cards win, the Red Sox' losing share will be only S'J.(134.!-I. A Hod Sox victory would net each Cardinal player $2.52S.:!fi, the lowest since each JosiiiR Brooklyn player drew down $2,-lU).tiO in the 1920 World Series. Now you can have made of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Dnily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner ALLGI's Interested in TRAINING Contact Vet Office or B. L. Rcttig ot the airport » Flfght Instructions » Rides e Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline $ AW OAK TREE MAY PASS OFf= OV£R 2.OO TIMES ITS OWN WEl&Hf IN WATER FROM JUNE TO NESTS DURING THE SEVERE WEATHER Or THE ANTARCTIC WINTER,. T. M. REQ. U. 8. FAT. OFF. FUNNY BUSINESS WHEN START1NS To MARcH, THE RI6HT R70T IS NOT THE RkSHTFoJT," •S"d< A. CAS5 REDEWILL, CCTR. )9<6 BV NE» SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. WASH TUBBS ! "Now plcusc don'l cmbarniss me by telling. Ihe bus driverj .' lio\v you always kej»Lo.u scheilule when you hiuUlus_rimTJj By Hershberaer NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS • CLYDE FKITZ" PHont 359 AVENUE B GROCERY REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect; If No Answer Phone 3158-R BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHSVER Plumbing o Nesting Phone 2S9 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone. 174 21B S. Main Silver and Gold Nail Heads All Styles EYLETS all colors RHINESTONES Buttons — Bolts — Buckles Mail Orders Invited Mrs. H. W. Hatcher 309 E. Second Hope, Ark Phone 407-J Doug f*l"T"Y Carl Bacon' \**s i I Jones ELECTR5C CO. — for — House Industrial , Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairi Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP * Complete Repair Shop * Body and Fender Shop « Complete Paint Shop YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at bettor prices—Old beds mside ru-w $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — W? Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 41 IS. Ho*el 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 REPASRING Batteries Recharged Shop equipment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair V/ork, see HOMER COBB Hifhway 67 Phone E7 See Us For . A For Purchase of Homes In Hope. 4% IriS-eresr — 20 Years to Pay Our Companies Give You Complete Protection Plus 20'."r Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. ® rire • Tornado ® Casualty » Automobile Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 5RECKLI2 AND HIS FRIENDS .TWEET Y Tij.AT WHISTLES I PWOOEY/ »r TWEET <\ FOR. YOU,SAD yYOU'RE •~^&>,J V£AM / _--/ TME ,—Jlr-\\ ^-7,— 'i GLAMOUR eoy / / SHE'S AFTER./ I'LL FLIP YOU TO \ see WHO \ ANSWERS HER. ^ WOLF ^ CALL' By Blosser "He's big time now—uses an escalator!" ANY PORT IN A STORM COPR. 1946 BV NEA SEIWICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. POPEYE MUST BE, because that's a tradition v/ith this company. MUST BE, because that's what you expect svhen you drive in here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member of our service-with-a-srr.ile staff. OUR MOTTO IS 'SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 thimble Theater Borrow money from us on yoqr car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you wanr the beHer we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. J K? $i Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co. /MO;; irs THE! PUREST WATER; > ON •TT r H 5EZ. i, (vou," ) ~ -T DI6GIMG 5OMETHIM& POPEYE (_VAS, PI6GIM' A WELL.VJ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople O THAT'5 A SLAM AT Tl-l' KIP'S IMTHLLIGEMCE, BAWLIM' HIM OUT BEFORE HE EVEM STARTS TO WORK.' EOM'T GO PDL'MPIM' THIS MACHINE WITH A HAMMER, DO VOU HEAR.? AN' .POM'T DRILL. HOLES IW TH' TABLE--ARE YOU LISTEWINJJ HAVSEEP? PAST INTELLIGENCE 15 AGINJ HIM — TH' BOSS WOULDNJ'T BE THAT WAV IF THERE HADKJ'T BEEN TWO WHO DID TO OKIE WHO DIDN'T.' , BLAZING FUR.V/ RJFF-FP.' LOOK BACK CHECK:? ft To see IP I UCWTi/ SHE'S CR/VJ6 M0\ 6N\MG OFF ATOMIC CLOUD/ IM6AUZ5" ROCKlhiG CHNRS AM TO THAT 3UIV\P OM YOUR. MOGGIE YEARS TOO SOOM J f ," «°.", V/if.'k lw SO YOU N. PICKED HIM \ UP, JANET. \ WAS HE WET I \ AND MAD? A- •- IT WAS AN ACCIDENT > ) THAt IS, ^MISSING YOU KEEPING IN MIND, VIR. DOUBIB BECAUSE NEXT TIME I WON'T tnSSS • -^'i <xnt y NO BUBBLE, JUST WET. Bv Leslie Turner I NEVEP. \ VHP. EQUM 10 THE ...WT THM'S ^^^sl.E^Dl^l'... ft BIG P^RT OF 'EIA HUDDLE MONS THIS EASTERN EP&E.SO TKEVRE SPREW KINPfstRIN BACK WHERE WE'RE COIN'! THRU'HEREiBOVSi COMBINED PlRE^5 OF BUT VNE'LL Hi^FT?> CONNECTICUT. NEW LWtR WHERE TH R0f\05 MN'T 50 GOOD.' ANO RHODE \SlPsNO! AN' AMERP»SES TWO MWA305 TO TH' CHICORRO KND RESCUE ORION -THEVHOPE! By'Waft Disney DONALD DUCK ^ PON'T CARE WHERE, JUST A.S LONS ^S THES'EE IN ONE PUfr.ce' i—n > BE PUT M-L. THESE Bv Car! Anderson ^ HERE'5 A SOILED. BIRD YOU CAN HAVE FOR A NICKEL-SON.' By V. T. Houijin ALLEY OOP I MUST HAVE >(--A WHOLE KIT-\ THEN AS V FALLEN ASLEEP...1 BMG OP THE JSOOH AS A BUT THEN I'M 311.^ >PRECIOUS -/COP REJOINS MINERAL... JUS, WE CAN OUR MISSION^ GO BACK; IS-COMPLEJE'.J TO THE " TWENTIETH CENTURY MV STAC2S, MR - STONE i WE REALLY NEVER EXPECTED TO SEE you ALIVE AGAIN! LUCKY-WE ARRIVED WHEN WE DID.' NATURALLY A LUCKY FELLOW/ LOOK-- "/''.«. l^^^'n ^vTs c T&iir-'rc.rj'V-.-^-' i°-i' ,v J V, By Edqar Martin OWFW,W\vUt 1 TWE ^AraeT TRUCK- LORD \S Htdt 1 MGUR. P\R=.T JiOB \S TO D\M\Dt "tW \«TO CRtW^ PiKlO UP THt BRRW. MMOc. \T -5PIC , vat ttU. K.NSOV1 VWN VJt'R-t HtCc-s.^O GYOE PROV. TU^T Pi i \ HE OOE'i.Nn \<S)OW VOHWS. GOVMG OSj TEVA. HIM "'iO TtAA. tP^CH Of XOU VJK?V\ TO DO >. VT «*VX VOU'ME GOT.MfcV*,*. *V\ off to TOVJKJ FOR. VOPlO OF VOUR. Pft\_S J r— y r. ^rpU UP THfc COT5 XP.KtN CftRt OF i By Fred Harmon^ RED RYDER riERE'i O.'-S \~JriO K» OU1SICS - X>JP I' LOOKOUT FOR W SHERIFF

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