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.i lid **. *u i.* -k J v ' r ft™ , V -* ^ , Qtlobit t§, HCPPM! ,STAft, HO PI, ARKANSAS ' £3ge fly* H 0 r» * 5 T A ft; HOP*, ARKANSAS , Orfnftrf 10, BLONDIE ^ CLASSIFIED Ada Must fie In Office Day Bettre Publication Number of One three Six OneS^— •• ;— — — — Words •'•' Day Davs Days Month .90 1.50 4.50 ,-Y-Up to 15 ,-'16 to 20 "•••-*«< to 25 • 20 to 30 - 1 S1 to 35 '•- 36 to 40 .-" 41 to 45 ... '" 46 to 50... .45 .. .60 ,. .75 .. .90 .. :.05 .. 1.20 .. 1.35 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 ?.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 1.50 T RaTes-are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cfisii in Advance . • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale NEW FOUR ROOM HOUSE FOR sale. Immediate possession. J. F. Easterling, Phillips Addition. 14-Gt QUANITY OF "i AND 3/4 IN. pipe. Jewell Moore. Phone 767. H-l 5 ROOM HOUSE. BARNS, CHICK. en House and good outbuildings. 3 acres land, all fenced. See M E. Tate, Washington, Ark. .. -. :. . • 15-6t WHY: BUY WOOD. GET YO.U A quick heat oil burner. See one * at my house. W. A. Austin, Rt. 2 Hope. 15-3t 10. EXTRA 36 X 3S OAK FINISH used tables. In excellent condition. Phone 1125 or 586-J. 16-Ot Notice MAtERTAtS ARE GOJNd HIGH, er every day. Have your mattress made over how. Write or phone ttright Bros. Mattress Co. pick-up and deliver anywhere. Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ark. 7-lm For R6nt WAREHOUSE BUILDING. 323 South Laurel St. Phone 8G5. 15-Gt Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Ccpyrlght, 1948 •y King Eeatui'et SVhdletta. New York, Oct. 17 — Having listened to President Truman's lecture on greed in announcing the abandonment of price control oh meat, t should like to read one. .loyally, in spirit, the protege and GOOD LAND AND GOOD HOUS- disciple of one of the greediest, cs. Standard rent or tenant, i meanest rascals in the history of Write B. C. Lewis, Rt. 2, Hope (American politics. Tom fender- 10-3t gast, of Kansas City. When Pen- Top Teams to Start Thinning Own Ranks New York, Oct. 1R —(.T)— Now that baseball has finally decided xo give up for the year, college foot- bull moves frdht and c'entef today to launch a week-end program in which the major unbeaten teams can begin thinning their own ranks by the simple expedient ot knocking off each other. Four of the ten toj) teams in the nation hook up tomorrow in two of ' the day's better games <md three Mr. Truman was, and remains, ! others will be meeting undefeated too. Ark. FRONT BEDROOM. ADJOINING served' to^biVtor^much "less "tihfe bath, working girls preferred. bOl I than Pond St. Phone 737. APARTMENPIIVATE . to a working couple. 30B South 1 . * mc - ''•'» he deserved. Truman re- his friend and, lo the limit s n senator to do so, by opposing the roof Maurice Milligan, an" able and honest federal prosecutor, who had sent the filthy old monster away and ditched the gaudy political wagon on which Truman hail ridden to the local Kansas City County Board and then to the Senate. Pendergast was low and vile, and greed was the GREYISH BLACK GERMAN PO- passion that drove him to exploit Lost LIGHT YELLOW MULEY GOAT, strayed from Buttons Sale Born. Reward for return. 16-3t lice dog. Reward for return to S. VV. Lane, Rt. Phone 26-F-ll. 3 Nashville, 17-3t LEAVING TOWN. MUST SELL BY Oct. 30th. 9 ft. Stewart Warner Electric refrigerator. Stewart Warner radio, Hobar: M. Cable piano, G. E. Ironer, Roper gas kitchen range, 18" and 30" window fans, Infants size Chest of •Drawers, Chifferobe and other household items. Log trailer, W. W. Hammer Mill, one 500 gal. water tank, plow tools, hand tools, "some used lumber and many other items. R. E. (Earn- Help Wanted the prostitution of young women from the cities and towns of the opponents. Two of the remaining three will be risking perfect records against clubs that are capable of producing upsets. The only major, eleven among the unbeaten powers whose shiny record is in no claliger of losing its luster this week-end is Notre Dame, No. 2 in the current rankings. The Irish have nn open date. Army, back at its old stand atop the national rankings after making Michigan its fourth victim of the season and the 22nd in an unbroken string, takes on an iriVad- ing Columbia team that has won its first three starts to gain the llth spot in the countrywide ratings. Alabama, ranked seventh this week-, moves in against Tennessee, the No. 9 team, for a bout that may settle the Southeastern Cori- This Curious World By William Ferguson KILLS ONLY ABOUf ANNUALLY IN THE UNITED iTAf es, BUT APPROXIMATELY 100 OP THESE DEATHS OCCUR. IM THE MONTH OF Ciaassen Lists His Picks for COPR. 114C SY NCA SF.SVICf, IIIC T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. western plains in the brothels ofjference championship. Both hre Kansas City which operated under I al-victorious and the winner almost political license from the dirty certain to get a major bowl bid. est) Byers. 17-6t WOOD COOK STOVE, WHITE TA- ble top style, in good condition. 904: West 4th St. Phone 750-.T. 17-61 WHITE ROCK FRIERS. $1 As long as they last. See A. A. >—- Taylor, west on old 67. Adar St. 1300 block, turn right at Alec . Purtle's. 17-3t SLIGHTLY USED KITCHEN CAB- inet. Phone 24-J-12. 18-3t Pendergast organization of which rnrnT?Fn MAN Mr - T ™ man - always knowingly r j t>ULUKE,L) MAIN and never under any misapprehen- that has had experience in slaugh-1 sion Was an enthusiastic and dili- termg cattle, hogs. Will pay good gent member. He knew what he .... _.„ salary for a good man Moore s was doing and he knew what sort might well be hanging on the City Market, Phone 767. 10-tf of man his i oat hesomc patron Nvas. come. EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. Apply Diamond Cafe. 13 3t Michigan, ranked fifth despite its setback by Army, entertains an unbeaten Northwestern team, currently No. 10, in the Midwest's ;op attraction. The Big Nine utle out- patron Pendergast was so greedy that he even robbed the poor, dumb, menial punks, the wretched, pride- Texas, winner of its first four tilts and the present No. :! club, will be challenged in its first South- H 11C111U1 PU111\&, LUC Wl Cl.l:I!l_U, plILlC- »**** wv- t-llltLlt-Uc,,.^ Ill 1L.J Allot KJUIILI4- ess, degraded Kansas City cops, west Conference test by an invacl- |the firemen, and the men and ing Arkansas outfit chat is unbeat- j-women clerks in public offices by t"-CHRISTMAS RATES ON READ" " er's Digest are now on. I will ap- pieciate renewals or new sub' scriptions. Mrs. Theo P. Witt, Phone 327 after 4 p.m! 18-3t Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON VENETIAN ] reducing their pay to compensate Blinds, wood or metal, also awn- his organization's thieving irom ings, Write Riley Cooper. 1909'the public taxes. West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. ( He gypped his fellow-gangsters 2C-im i wherein he was disloyal even to ithe code of the underworld of crim- FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE-jinals and all for money with which netian Blinds, wood or rhetal, ito gamble on the races, at which outside metal blinds and awnings, |he was, for a long time, one of the Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West imost extravagant fools in the 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo country. Mr. Truman spoke contemptuously of "selfish men", Senators Taft and Wherry, "who, in .. the hope of gaining political advantage, encouraged sellers to gamble on the destruction of price con- CHILD'S COAT, SIZE 4 TO 6, ALL wool, redrflannel, red taffeta lining, Ext r'a good innerlining. Wine corduroy dress, size 4 to 8, Red Velvet bonnet and mulf. Baby stroller. All good as new. . 704.South Main St. 18-3t RUBBER T 1 R E D WAGON. Grants Blacksmith Shop. East 4th St. 18-3t CORNET. AND CASE FOR SALE. Call 114-J or 403. 18-3t Real Estate for Sale FARM AND RANCH. 550 ACRES on 67 road at Sheppard. 5 build. ings, 3 deep wells, 365 ft, deep. -•'••" ' or Alice 15-6t Seel Albert Graves Finley. NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, MOD- ern, hardwood floors, E. Thirc St., walking distance. $3,000 cash balance $30 per month. Posses sion. Floyd Porterfield. 16-3 Texas Starts Singing Blues Over Injuries Austin, Tex., Oct. 18 —(/P)— Just about everything except ihe nation meat trol" by withholding their animals from the market. Waiving all other points raised in this passage — he should talk about gamblers and gambling! In Pendcrgasl's lime, and Tru- man'3, Kansas City had more _._._ a ,__ gambling houses than a'ny other al rankins" i'avor Arkansas in its .American city outside Nevada, all greatest football Lest of the season ioC them illegal and all of them NORTH STAR. ii ALWAYS AS MAMY DECREES ABOVE THE HORIZON AS THERE ARE DECREES IN THE LATITUDE Or YOUR POINT OF OBSERVATION ON THE EARTH- IFAN OX TEAM DRIVER WISHED TO TURN RI<£»HT; DOES HE GIVE THE COMMAND OR. By HAROLD CLAASSEN l New York, Oct. la —l/l'i— A week I a;;o this football forecaster had the nerve to pick Michigan as the winner over Army — and both he and the Wolverines regretted it. This week Army is selected as (he winter over Columbia'!! un- lu'aU'M forces but the- score won't compare in anyway with the 54 to 0 pasting the Cadets handed the war- •.veakenc'd Lions in )04!i, iheir uist meeting, when Glenn Davis made hi< Mow Yr<n< debut. Both teams supposedly have line • weaknesses but Army Is picked in j the belief that the Cadets can apply the more pressure for the longer time. Texas over Arkansas: Clyde iSmackovori Scott is a questionable starter for the Razorbacks because of a hip injury. virtually ruining the hopes of Coach John l.larnhill for an upset 'triumph over the Longhorns. Texas : : s battered, too, but not enough lo lose. Texas. Tennessee over Alabama: The Vols insist their line Js the best ever to wear the Tennessee uniform. Harry Gilmcr to :<ccu Ala- Tulsa over Dotroil: The hornans have been overshadows this year though their record •' t HOW! and tonight is Ihclr chaivo 1.1 jump into (ho limelight. Skipping over the remainder the ehulUlines in a hurry: (^ Friday night: Temple over '.Vest Virginia, Virginia Toch over Maryland. Saluiday: East: Burknpll over Buffalo. Prnn State over Michigan Slate, Pillsbui'Rli, over Mai-inmtl'j, Vale over Cornell, Harvard over Const Guard, Colgate, over King;; .Point, Rutgers! over 1'rln.ceton, ;3t; Mary's over F'ordham. Holy CrtisS over Syracuse, Dartmouth over Brown, V'illnnova over Georgetown (.Sun- 'l" .GOSH, * ...-<,—My EVERYTHING THE MAN FINISHED )( IN THIS HOUSE REPAIRING THE *C J> NEEDS TILES AROUND ) ( REPAIRING THE SINK- AND ) I OR RENEWING WANTS HIS \-~/ ^—\t MONEY ^ \ *8v BuA i toferi**. -H, nere tomorrow against \he Texas Longhorns. The Razorbacks are undefeated, in excellent physical condition, have the psychological advantage and Texas is pretty well battered. The Longhorns took a hefty thumping last week although they beat Oklahoma, 20-13. Joe Magliolo, the blocking back who hits 'em like a freight irain, is out with a broken arm. Ed Kelley, starting tackle, is on the shelf with assorted injuries, while speedy Ralph Ellsworth and Jim Canaday, halfbacks, are not certain to be in their starting positions. But that isn't all. Ends Hub Bechtol and Dale Schwartzkopf and Guard Spot Collins are nursing hurts that may not keep them out of the struggle but are bound en in four starts although vied by Oklahoma A. and M. Pennsylvania, rated sixth, will be invaded by Virginia, unbeaten in three outings but xied by Virginia Tech. UCLA, the all-victorious No. 5 team, visits California, which bounced St. Mary's out ot the unbeaten class a \yeek ago, and Georgia, ranked eighth, catches an Oklahoma A. and M. team moving in to start a comeback. Three other Big -Nine battles will find Wisconsin 1 at Illinois, Iowa at Indiana and Purdue at Ohio State, with Minnesota, entertaining an intcrsectional opponent. Wyoming. The Big Six schedule sends Kansas State to Oklahoma, Iowa State, to Missouri and Nebraska to Kansas. A North Carolina team that has won two games since tying its opener moves in against Navy jn ihe East, where such pairings as Yale at Cornell. Syracuse at Holy Cross, Dartmouth at Brown and Rutgers at rihceton will be augmented by interseciiona games bringing St. Mary's -Ho Fordham, Michigan State to Penn State and Marquette to Pittsburgh. Georgia Tech will be at Louisiana State, Auburn at Tulane and Vanderbilt at Kentucky i'or other ^Southeastern Conference struggles. and protection. Through the un- j Elsewhere in the South it wilt be curtained windows of the do\vn-|San Francisco and Mississippi, New York, Oct. 18 — (/Pi— Earl, . , Blaik still is moaning about the Southern Methodist s victory over i'"oie shoitage of reserves on his Army Oklahoma A. and M is tnc son of. .:;ia. bama in sinking distance, now- over. Tennessee. 1 Michigan over Northwestern: ]The Wolverine won't find Franl< Aschcnbrcnncr as ilect as Army'.' Glen Davis and that \yill be a re lief. It will be a torrid afternoon for Michigan, but thcv should win UCLA over California: AVhcn a ore-war All-America end is onij « reserve, the team must be good Therefore, UCLA. Georgia over Oklahoma A &M: Trippi i.; healthy and sound. Feni is -battered and worn. Gcor- Midwest: Ohio Stale oven P%- lue, Minnesota over Wyflijnlni?, <ansas State. Drake over Cincinnati over Ohio University-. South: Mississippi Slate ''rancisco. Miami, Fla., t •ida, Louisiana Stale over Tech, Tulane over Auburn. Vfl over Davidson, Duke over It id! nond. George \Vasningtmi ovel Wayne, North Carolina State over Wako FYirosi. Fur man over ihe Citadel, William & Mary over iVas-iungton Jk l.cc. Southwest: Rice over Soulho*) Mclhodist, Texas A. & M. ovw- Texas Christian. Texas Tech over Baylor. West Texas Slate over Texas Mines. Far West: Jlnrdm-Simmons over S'cw Mexico, Arizona over College of Pacific, New Mexico A & M over Ari/.ona (Flagstatfi State, Utah over Denver. Colorado over Brigham Young, Utah Slate over Colorado Aggies, Colorado College over Bradley. Southern California over Washington, Oregon over Washington State. Stanford over Santa Clara, Nevada over S;£fc Diego State. TRAFFIC MIXUP Marqn. 111., Oct. 17 —I/Pi —Eva Mae Brimm drove from nearby Creal Springs, parked her car and went to take an exaimination for a driver's license. When she returned to her car T TAKES EVERY CENT I MAKE. BUT IT'S GOT TO BE PONE \ OR THE PLACE ) VJILL GO TO •; dy ChJ««: roung i GUESS ITS MV NERVES--I'LL TAKE A NAP* AND FORGET MY TROUBLES] FOR A WHILE. AT LEAST, \ DAGWOOD, THE MEN ARE HERE TO TAKE" THE SOFA AWAV TO BE RECOVERED CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith ,'-l v -•:• •V •• '-•' paying their shake or "Jug", as Truman's associates call graft, to the Pendergast machine. Hundreds of women sat by the hour, day after day- squandering 'the rent and grocery money and neglecting •their children'and their homes, playing keno in open joints that ran under Pendergast's permission - - lage football team and he insists the regulars will have to play most of the game against Columbia tomorrow . . . Maybe he's rifjht. but let's take a look at some of those "untried" Plebcs who arc .iistccl as third and fourth stringers . . . . Tackles Bert Aton and Bonnie Davis attended Georgia Tech before going to West Point and Rus- Dobelstein. whose brother plays for the pro Giants, was well .'iked at Tennessee; Sub Center Bill Yeoman, came from the Texas Ag- gies, who'd like to have him back; so did Guard Milton Rout, a sec- ond-vcar Army man In the backficld there's Charlie Gabriel, whose coach at CaUv.vba College raised an awful fuss when he heard Charlie was headed for SVcst Point. Another is Rudy Cosentir.o, a small-scale Doc Blanchard who was highly regarded . xhcre Dr. Frank Payne, who played tac-j Illinois over Wisconsin :Granted kle on the first S.M.U. champion- : that thr; Illinois players may not kle ship learn 2H years ago Colum-1 -ill bo thinking of football, they still bin's Lou Little comments: there are two belter ends Armv's Bainey Poolc and Hank ']f : appear to have enough conccntra- thani'i<''t' to subdue \he Badgers. Folclbcrg, t hope they're here. — O " ~ Tech, Ouachita Headlines State Contests By The Associated Press With the 1940 championship riding on the outcome, the Jong-awaited Arkansas Tech-Ouachita duel at Little Rock Saturday night completely overshadows ;he remainder the Arkansas Intercollegiate Illinois. Indiana over Iowa: It is the Hoo- :iier homecoming and the old grads will expect to see Ben Raimondi do •ornc real passing. He probably will Cor the discomfort of all Ha wit.•yes. North Carolina over Navy: The Tarheels have never scored on .Vavy in their scries of games. Tomorrow they will score enough to win. Kentucky over Vanderbill: Vanderbilt's goal line hasn't been crossed this year, a statement that won't hold true by nightfall Satur- she found polk parking violation. ticket Chances are that these guys'won't Conference pigskin program even get into a major game xhis weekend. this FINE COUNTRY ESTATE, 180 to handicap them. On the Arkansas side, Clyde acres, three-quarters mile from I Scott, the former Navy player, ap- City limits of Hope on highway. Beautiful two story seven room brick home, hardwood floors hroughout, two bath rooms, one •:ile, basement, two floor furnaces /lowers. Two story brick garage, six tenant houses, Wrge chicken house and brooder, three barns, four deep wells, large stock and fish pond, water works, hydrtuUc pump. Water, lights, gas, telephone in house. Ten acre pecan orchard (97 trees). About 100 acres in fine meadow and oats, all fenced and cross '.fenced. Price $22,§00. House alone would costiirvpre than we ask for place. Cart-gfve possession. Iplpyd, PorJ terfield, : Hope, Arkansas. 16-3t pears to be the only serious casual town streets you could look into gambling joints where dealers served blackjack, and there were crap games and roulette tables running with nor more concealment than the restaurant where the waitresses performed a strip show, removing one garment witn each course. Not only did Truman try to block Mr. Milligan and eventually succeed in eliminating him as a service of-revenge for the rogue whom he called chief, but when Pendergast died he flew to Kansas City in an Army plane, at our expense, to pay his final tribute, as tnough :y. Scott received a hip injury in mo handsomer duty could have the Baylor game last Saturday, but'been found for American young Fayetteville physicians have an-imen in the honorable uniform of nounced that he should see action against the Lpnglwns. The Razorfaacki. iiaven't won from Texas since 1SJ38 and the forecasters won't predict they'll do it this time but if every they were primed to do it — and had 'things stacked in their favor — this is it. Texas is third in the national rankings; Arkansas is fourteenth. their country whose mission .In the service was to rebuke, not honor, evil. And, lately, although the great crime which Mr. Milligan finally proved was the denial to citizens of the right to vote and to have their votes honestly counted, Mr. Truman, as a gesture in memory of his departed master, granted Richmond at Duke, North Carolina Stale at Wake Forest, William and Mary at Washington and Lee, Davidson at VMI and Furman at the Citadel. Southern Methodist goes to Rice and Texas Christian to Texas A. and M. for additional Southwest Conference games and Baylor invades Texas Tech. Two other Pacific Coast Conference tussles send Washington io Southern California and Washington State to Oregon, while Santa Clara moves in against Stanford. In the Rocky Mountain region H will be Colorado at Brigham Young, Colorado A. and M, at Utah State and Montana State at VIontana. season, so the boys ahead of them must be better than i'r.ir. Today's Guest Star . Frank B. Ward, Houngstown. O., Vindicator: "There are no 'steaks, very few chops and no fracon/tbujj there seems lo be no death of ba : loney in the interviews of football coaches." One Minute Sports Page . The San Diego Padres have taken out a $50,000 insurance policy on Jack Ohrke, the young shortstop they sold to the Braves, ;iust in Technically the title race will jiol end with this scra'u, but vhe winner will lank as a lead pipe cinch to hru',1 dov.'!! ton 'Honors. Teen, unbeaten, untied 1945 champions, and prizes of the 1945 prep flars, have lhi} : .- Tigers, who grabbed -.he '.op befin co-title Slavonics over since mid-summer. Both arc unbeaten and each boasts a pair of conference triumphs. John Tucker's Wonder Boys from Tech are rated slight favorites. Henderson's Roddies, also undefeated in loop play, will entertain winless Arkansas State Teachers College at Arkadelnhis. The other day. Pennsylvania over Virginia: Now you can have ' ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing . Printing Enlarging COPR. 19W BY UFA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RED. U. S. PAT. OFF. You menu we can'l titt'ord a maid any longer?' Oh, goodyl Tin going lo lire her in front oi' my whole bridge club!" COPR. 194C BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REC.' U. S.'PAT OFF "\\ lint's the use of my buying expensive perfumes? Willi that cigar going full bkisl, by -the lime we get to Ihe' • piirly I'll smell like an old ash tray!"' FUNNY BUSINESS Hershberaer Neither tc-rnn has been beaten this yciir hut if Minis! and .Allen should tire, the Penn coach could use any j of Dij IM reserve backs. The man- ' power will tell. Pennsylvania. case something happens to mm be- conference tit pits Hendrix against fore he reports to Boston. In three Arkansas A. & M. at MonticcHo. years Jack has come through a | TWO circuit members yinve non- game Tonight's Detroit, Virginia Tech at Maryland, Utah at Denver and West Virginia at Temple. But Dana X. Bible and his assist-1 Presidential pardons to a number ants at Texas aren't looking at ihe of the journeymen criminals who 42 ACRES, CLOSE IN FOR SALE or trade for Hope properly. Nice J 6 room home, 2 room rent house, gas and lights, sandy land. Many other good truc'k and stock farms. "Any acreage. See Riley Lewallen. 17-3t standings this week; they're des-lhad stolen elections in the mas- pe.r,ately trying to get the team ?njter's name and, incidentally, for shape for one of the toughest, best- Truman's own benefit, pnnditinhprf nnri mnst HMprmineH' Greed was extraordinarily high Pendergast's character ,both by conditioned and most determined elevens in football. 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 —o- NOT ALL FLOWERS New York, Oct. 18 — (/TV- Arthur Newman, a baritone, learned last night that opera is not all hearts and flowers. While engaging in a mock duel ..- by volume and in quality, but the familiar hypocritical insinuation of the hack politician occurring in this address to the nation, evokes the observation that it is a common trait of people of all social anc financial stations. The poor knn\\ that they are just as greedy as the rich, but ihe common man docs resuond to the flattering suggestion ^l^'pS's^L^o'n^-'-ai *aT because =0^, he^as^ ?. ct °I.5 uc J? lm . s L ? .CjOheme, at been successlu i : n eratirvina hi.. the City Center of Music and Drama, Newman iell and fractured his arm. He stayed in the opera, however, until his scheduled exit 15 minutes later. been successull in gra titying hi.s greed, greed isn't in him. But why else did those women «'t • nd s find Tulsa at irain wreck unhurt, missed army plane that crashed and got off thai bus that smashed up and cost the lives o£ nine Spokane, Wash., players . . . The Merchant Marine Academy has been admitted to the I. C. 4-A and will be country championships on Nov. 16. .11 t win 'ui<u race -jn :.avigauon. . Frank Payne, passing star of '•Complete service for your car 1 ' MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner money away at the keno I (HUtPS c<ni 16 1 <O t iPcndergast's crap tables (Wheels in places mat —o Amateur Tourney Gets Underway at Little Rock Little Rock, Ort. 18 •—W 1 )— Clear, chilly weather, perhaps a bit better adapted to football than golf, greeted some of the nation's finest linksters as they teed off this morning in the qualifying round of the Little Rock amate.ur .which nas all of the earmarks of the best tournament ever staged in Arkansas. Such a fast field was snaping up pro H. C. Hackbarth predicted any this morning thai country club pro H. C. Hackbarth predicted any contestant slipping more vhan uvo strokes over par 71 wouldn't be able to land one of the 16 berths in the championship flight. The name of Wilford Wehrlc, the stylist 'from Louisville, Ky., was on most lips in the pre-meet utle speculation. Wehrle has been blaz- WATCH For Opening of Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter gqrments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners B HfilMIMI V^ Hatter* HUGHB. HAM,, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phont 76 (man, the county commissioner, Knew as weu as >our iouguu ..now* the inside of your mouth? They weren't the quality of Kansas City, Due tne common man, and no man rememhprs meeting any of them who said she or he came to lose money, not to win. J am not conceding the point that the stock raiser who held back his animals on the guess ihat waiting would bring higher prices is guilty of reprehensible greed. I am passing it to deal with some of the dishonesties that came so spectacularly from a follower of Tom Pendergast and Franklin D. Roosevelt. "The same group," he said, haled everything Roosevelt stood for. That there be no mistake, count me umong them. I hated the hypocrisy of a millionaire who paid starvation wages and railed at others who paid better; who scorned the mercenary exploitation of public office and nepotism but encouraged and assisted members of hij own family to use his position iu get rich quick and engineered the swindle of creditors who had loaned foi tunes on a mistaken faith in his honor; who seduced labor to exchange one set of chains for another; who left his personal employees $100 each in his will and who exhorted the common man to buy war bonds, foreseeing that they would be payable in depreciated dollars but left, in his estate, one $50 bond, in a fortune nearer to two million dollars than onp. Count me among those who hate and) ing sub-par trials throughout the south this month. Many other top-flight simon pures were in the i'ield, nowever. '.they included Bob Cochrun and Jonas Weiso, the latter the Missouri IState champion, both of St. Louis; Jim Fiisina, Illinois champion; JBuoba Mattress Co. 921 West Third league dales tonight, College of the Oxarks playing host to Northeast Oklahoma State at Clark?villa and Magnolia A. & M. l-aukling Eastern Oklahoma A. & M. at Wilbur ton, Ok la. Doug /""a"TV Carl Bacon \w*I 8 I Jones ELECTRJC CO. _f or — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repair! REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-K GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop Equipment is no better than the man that uses it For Youir Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 See Us For . Our Companies Give You Complete Protection Plus £ 20','r Return Dividend on [the ** Cost of Your Insurance. • Fire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile Real Estate List Your Property for Sale with Us. We have 25 applicants for homes in Hope. Also many calls for farm property. Foster - E!!is Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 ?w; *.!' ' FRECKLI5 AND HIS FRiENDS JEEPERS, /. TMOUSHT Jt. \ I'M BEING FI- WAS BEIMG- EXCLUSIVE/ / NJANCED BY A HOW'O YOU GET HERE, 7 SK1NWY NUMBER. NUny? ,— -r~S WITM A FAT CHECKBOOK.' THE WHOLE GAMS IS HERE/ By Blosser LOOK/ HERE- COMES HILDA / GOSH, HOW COULD HER. BUDGET STAND THE STRAIN Op A I "I always carry a dummy in case I call where there's a dog!" POPEYE _ SOFT DRINKS WON'T COST HER. VEF2Y MUCH —SHE BROUGHT HER OWM ICE . ^ . _ -^^% ; fy^^y^ c & fy * — -•-<* //''' >r ^-~ j* 6- r ^i^j ui,^ •> jCOP^lMe BY^NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. ^AT. OFF. Thimble Theater Smart, the Arkansas amateur king; Jack Tinnin, Los Angeles, and Willie McCrotty, El Dorado. all this. I take it that Mr. Truman doesn't. v 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. otn St. 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 oi 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 B-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furnltur* Phone 152 411 S. REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop OU?> StRWCE BE OF THE BIST! •t\ WANTED MUST BE, because that's o 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-with-a-smile staff. ' ,* OUR MOTTO IS 'SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner t'hone 442 CANP MOW LET'S SEE HOW THE ' REVOLUTIOM PROe>EE5SES.'/ rrvte CEMEMT 1 WILL BB HARP AN HOUR, 1 ! SAILOR CAM OUTWIT IVY CfcEEPEB OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople and Heading - Clear and Cleon 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, Arkonsay - in 10 Minutes! £ '••> Borrow money from u» on your cor, or almost anything of vqlue. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly con, regardless of where you live. The more you wan* the better we like it Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co. I GOT TROUBLE HERE — SAY, YOU'RE CARRVIM' THAT DIET BUSIMESS TOO FAR/ WHY. NAAM, VOL) LOOK GHASTLY, AWFUL.' WHAT'S VOUR. FAVORITE FLOWERS' TELL ME QUICK..' THOSE OTHER. GUYS HAVE BEEM USIM' ALL KINDS O 1 TACT AW! DIPLOMACY TO TELL HIM THAT FOE. A WEEK.' I'LL BET FOUR. \ BUCKS HE PAYS I ATTENTION J MOW-* HE \ UNDERSTANDS \ THAT KIND OF I LANGUAGE.' / EGftD/ TKlS IDEA WILL BE; MV FIRST FORAV INTO trie 4 t . CITADEL'S OF ADVERTl5lNiG>i 6ll^CE /VW FAI\\OOS TALk'^ir, GlGMBOARD LOMG,, A60/—ITS 5TUPeMDOOS.'/|\ -**- DM,/ TO THlNil< OF . ' TURMlMS THE CORMERj . EASY STREET AT LAST." His eve is ffi NOj Bti i . ROLLING j;/\ CON\A ALW/-\ LlKe A **& CtXAES AHHA KOQLETTE \?) OF SOIA5 £?1C BAIL/ HAS "M llviVJElOiTlOl^ LII<E H£ StARTED J\ THE /CTO\\IC- • SPOUTING / / HEATED , THE VOCAL, \ (CLOTHESPIM.' GEYSERS ) , \Vp--r •? "^ ALWAYS GOES rm JT* /0 ./ B r b P OZARK IKE N6W THAT Wl HOY'S FIGHT IS OVUH, AH KIN START PER HOME WITH THIS $5,000 FEH. POP'S OPERATION. By Ray Gotta 36 HOURS LATER, AS OZAftK'S BLIND fXTHER STUMBLES 6N A LONELY MOUNTAIN TRAIL.., / PELIL RIGHT INTO , A BUSH...AN WHUTS V THIS ON TH' OTHUX V SIDE? FUELS LIKE TH'LEOUF A VIC FLINT Slip Lilt was a. badly rattled man, iri no mood to tate advice. By Michael O'Malley &, Ralph Lane IM PAYING/ I HAVE NO CHOICE/ IT WONT BUY YOU ANYTHING BUT A HEADACHE. THIHK IT OVER. FLINT/ I'LL MAK£ IT WORTH YOUR WHILE IF YOU'LL COVER MS WHEN I DELIVER MONEY. I CAN T. GO TO THE POLICE, FLINT/ THIS MUSTN'T GET OUT/ IT'S OUT ALREADY.^ WHATEVER VOU DO, DOIl'T PAY THE $10,000 THEY'RE ASKING. DON'' EVER PAY A BlACi<- MAILER A DIME. NOT WITHOUT THE POLICE. MR. LILT. I'D MERELY M4VE A DEAD CLIENT ON MY HANDS. WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner DOWMTHM LW3DER WTO'THE KWfK'.RIHSO! ONE PhlSE lAOWE (KNC) I'LL LET VOU HWJE' TWS LWLE OF WOLTEN SILVER! VOU'RE NOT GOINS ANY PLACE SO SOU WON'T NEED THIS WHEN tAOCHO PJJD WS FEtLfSTUUS LEWME \ SET B^CK, TELL'ENM COULDN'T OUTA. V-— ( . WNT'.-'i ^ HERE, VOU \ ^—.^ •BUT WE'RE M.REPDV BftCK, •PHII-IP... IN VOUR BEHAVIOR! ' POUBLE- CROSSIN', DONALD DUCK By Wolt Disney Bw Carl Ande'rscn ALLEY OOP Bv V. T. Hainlin , OOOLA.THIS IS A LING EVENTS JUST WHEN ^yES,'X'VE THOUGHT IT VBUT.WHW ABOUT ^LL OVEE.OOOLA, AN" DB. WONMUS AND TOE TH' GOOD OF MY I HIS' T FELLOW COUNTRYMEN,/ AMD I'M HENCEFORTH < HEE£ WITH HIS DEVOTING MV TIME \ PEECIOUS MINERALS? TO THEIE WELFABE? WONMUS AND THKT HE GETSl MEAN TIME-MACHINE?\. BACK . ALL, •'- >l V-jS? 3--MISTHB STONEW^«SH T MA> tyl* >ti \*/ITU ute. tff"^-^-' J->^ X^ M By Edgar Martin ft\-\-, Of ROD «=>R»O Ht'D KOO, I.'VV HRSiO W 10 GUS'S\ V<)HV, (ARR.D V.OOK RED RVDER By Fred Harmon lr\ GONG 10 CW-L Ofl - ^-^'^ 1 - 1 '- BEAij « i'N r\-\YOR, G*>fW VAT WhiLS 1 VWH YrilS SUVLET^ YOU'RE AC1IN' S

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