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,HO-M It A», MO PI, ARKANSAS W*drtfiR*foy, -October 35, 'WctfnH4ay v Otreb*t 33, 1946 HOPi S * A-ft, MOM, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED - , Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication f,f*K*wri. frf on£ Three Six One ®~ ~ -- i ~~—— '— t>ay Days Days Month -- -- - -~ 4.50 {* >-> Words - _„ ?»£ S i:i§ -IS £8 8 IS *r, i-B Jfo'lS. i|| 38 to 1 -**-!.,. 1.20 ?.40 4.00 12.00 •v 41 tO«*fr-..1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 i* 48 to 50. 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 •*• » Rates are for Continuous \** ~f f Insertions Only ' v • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale „„ , TOWN. MUST SELL BV Oct. 30th. 9 ft. Stewart Warner Electric refrigerator, Stewart ! .Warner radio, Hobaft M. Cable •piano. G. E. Ironer, Roper gas -kitchen range. 18" and 30" window fans, infants size Chest or Drawers, Ctuffeiobe and other - household items Log trailer, W. W_ Hammer Mill, one aOO gal. water., tank, plow tools, hand cfools, some used lumber and •many other items. R. E. (Ea'rh- -Byors. 17-6t t WOOD COOK STOVE, WHITE TA»- »ble top style, m good condition. »904^VVest 4th St. Phone 750-J. - -**.'•*»'. ' -•••••••• • 17-6t NEW TWO-ROW TRACTOR, |ti' "^ at Sheppard? on U. S. 67. Alice !.'._" _ Flnley.- . 19- Qt For Rent TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS-, lights. Mrs. Frisby, Hope, Kt. 4, 2 miles south ol Depot on Fatmos road. 21-3t THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. No children, no pets^ Mrs. D. T, Chamberlain. S. Main. Phone 315. : Fair Enough By W«ttbrook P«gt«t Copyright, 1948 •y_ Klna Feature* Syndle»M. New York, Oct. 22—The political heirs to the mischief known as the Now Deal and advertised as the ~i IN GW 1_>CU1 UIIU itllVUl L12ICU «O lilt 717 n ooscve it program have been call- all this a bloodless revolution ' " WORTH CROWING ABOUT Peoria, 111., Oct. 18 , and a reformation. The has been intimidated by the cla or of this propaganda. Until now, (/P) —few Republicans have had the in X^CUItet, ALL, w\.l. *" \'• / AV... -.^^.f*' -..-.-. Butchers in some cities may be i telligence and the strength ot selliftg steaks at $1 a pound, but (character and purpose to condemn a white leghorn rooster sold at [the New Deal as a monstrosity auction here carried u higher price (which mocks the basic principles tag .to crow about. iof the American way laid down in J Turner Mills of McNabb, 111., I the 'constitution. Opportunists paid S105 for the purebred rooster, among the Republicans have eft- which weighed about five pounds, (dorsed the Wagner act. for ex- at an auction sponsored by Uie ILK- ample, for the same reasons mat nois Poultry Imnroveinenl Asso- 1 politicians of the generation just [SPORTS ROUNDUP ••••"• •"^•**w^8i !•• •> nlntMi Ai*™""™"*"""**^™•" New York, Oct. 23 — W')—both' Yale and Princeton told the University of Virginia that they couldn't fulfill home-ahd-home football contracts because ' the Ivy agreement ruled' out long trips. Now Virginians are beginning to wonder now faf it is trorn New HaVeh to Madi- soft, Wise., where Yale has agreed to flay. .PREP REPS Kansas" High school grid \ollow- efs are high on Halfback Wallace Elstun of Sterling, who scored all of his. team's seven touchdowns in its first two games on runs of from 33 to 92 yards ... In Ten. licitor, ...wonders if the Cavaliers and Pennsylvania's Quakers didn't set a record of some sort Saturday when they drew eight penalties on iiine consecutive plays It wont this way. It was Pcnn's first down on its own •!!) when Tony Minis! hit tackle for eleven yards .But xho fef saw some holding and penalized Penn 15 yards. On the next olav Virginia recovered a Penn fumble,-, The Cavaliers fired four passes; two were completed but each lime Virginia was offside. Min isi intercepted the fourth pass and Fenimore, Clark Lead in Punt Returns By AUSTIN' BEALMEAR New York, Oct. 23 — (At— two of the most-dangerous safety rhen In college football this season are Georpfc Clnrk of Duke and Bob Kenlmore of Oklahoma A. and .M. who have covered Thot'e ground in i-eturnitjg punts and kickoffs than any other players In the nation. Statistics announced today by the National Collegiate 1 Athletic Bureau show that Clark has run back 11 punts for n total of 251 yards and Fcnimorc, a member of the it back 16 yards but the rcf|l945 All-America team, lias car- took away 15 on a clipping charge nessee they still like Bob McCoy (Both teams were offside on the nois Poultry Improvement elation. Mills isn't planning to eat the rooster, which will be used for breeding purposes. •1, •\— 'ONE NEW SIMMONS HOSPITAL * nf" bed complete with Simmons in- *rT£:£ '.nerspnng mattress. Phone K. G. at 118 or 132. 21-3t ACTION |?^aS*"«.» freezers, Southern 22-6t CHEST,, .FINE FOR FISH- hunting, and....picnics. Ice-Co. PJMne :j -72;- 22-6t good con^tjpnV-'•"- Bargain S? „ OJNE WA^HMORE WASHING S3 ' i>-~ machine in good condition. See rt-l. W. W. Biddle. 1 mile on Patmos Statistics show that in any given country suicide is more frequent in the hotter months of the year. Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 38 SUBMITTED BY FIFTY-FIFTH C5NERAL ASSEMBLY j BE IT RESOLVED BY THE I before accepted prohibition. In both cases the thought was that these evils had become permanent and that any candidate who fought them simply threw away his chances in a futile stand for a moral issue. Actually, the New Deal was not a reform but a debauch .It imposed on the nation a violation of the American principle of justice in granting the labor relations board power to instigate complaints against defendant employers by unions which are actually 1 clients of the board (having first 1 'created fictitious "incidents" as basis of these complaints) and of Chattanooga Central, who .had scored in 17 consecutive games before he was injured early this season . . . The prize prep story, however, comes from Ames, Iowa, where the high school swamped Perry 55-0 recently. Coach Ken Wells had used up his entire squad of 39 players when he Spied Ken King tooling a hot trumpet in the band between halves. Wells hustled King into uniform and in the second half Ken tossed a touchdown pass. THE REF IS ROUGH Bill Wranek, U. of Virginia pub- next play. Penn then quick-kicked and on Virginia's first running play both were offside again . . . The sequence ended there, but the cavaliers gained ten yards and the ball while the ret was carrying on. Dots All, Brothers .Warren Wright, the Chicago horseman, has purchased a private airline which he nas named "Whilawny." Yale has asked vhe Chicago Bears to visit 'New Haven .on their next eastern trip. That's okay, the Elis don't have xo play them. Cobb Criticizes Manager's Hit Directions JP.CJ i j. .i\.ujowi-* v juj-f j_» A 4. a-ii-i - me UUSLS ui uicoc tu*iii.»iMi !"•«»/ ">•« J\OyStOn t Lifl.j, UCl.^ -i o. \\JSr) SENATE AND HOUSE OF REP- then to prosecute the defendants Ty Cobb, the Georgia peach, took RESENTATIVES OF THE STATE j and impose sentence on them, all a crack at modern day managers OF ARKANSAS, a majority of all|this subject to no appeal. It is the members elected to each House I called a quasi-judicial body when agreeing thereto: lit is actually a kangaroo court. In That the following is hereby pro- American justice it is unthinkable posed as an amendment to the that a court should represent the Constitution of the State of Arkan-1 plaintiff and sit in judgment on I sas', "'end upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives the defendant. For much less than that, although the issue was simi- liar. Justice Jackson of the supreme court publicly attacked Jus- and Senators, if a majority of the|tice Black on a flat charge of un- electors voting thereon, at such an •"-•--' —->•--' election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of at Mrs Frisby. ** v "SHINGLES. CYPRESS (HEART "* *" "and sab) "Pine Hope Shingle Co. , _ ... *.., 23 _ 6t ______ 23-3t | the Constitution of the State of Arkansas; to wit: SECTION 1. That Amendment ~~Bffi~and Gra"dy"StrVets.' Notice MATERIALS ARE-GOING HIGH- V" ' er,'every day. Have i'our mat-. ~,"tr^ss-made over ,no\v, write^ or phone Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Pick-up and deliver anywhere. ' Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ark. 7-lm State of Arkansas be amended to read as follows: The county courts of the State in ethical conduct. A lawyer who could be found guilty of provoking an "incident" against the interests of his client so that he could then bring the case to court for redress would be j disbarred and branded a shyster. The' congressional investigation conducted by Howard Smith, of ' that this was in. the labor re- a.crack at modern day managers who tell their players when to hit the .ball. Such strategy, he said, cost Boston the World Series. "Suppose a hitter does wait a pitcher out successfully," Cobb said. "What does he get? A base on balls. What's that compared vo a h,ome run?" CSbb, who is 'going on GO next Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Los Angeles— Jo Carlos Chavez, 126, Los Angeles, outpointed Manuel Ortiz, 125, El Centre, Calif., 12. San Jose, Calif. Jackie Wil- month/ said that he was pulling | York, 8 son 125'3-4, Pittsburgh, outpointed Louis Castillo, 121, Mexico City, 10 Elizabeth, N. J. — Buster Tyler. 142, Newark, outpointed Beat, Jack, 142 3-4, Augusta, Ga., 10. By United Press New York (Broadway Arena) — Larry Cisneros, 139, Los Angeles, outpointed Joey Varoff. 136, New for Boston, "the champion of my own American League. But Joe Cronin wouldn't play to the Help Wanted WANTED. 'APPLY '"Hugo" 1 Elkms at'-'H:Uavds Cafe. "•Vru-rr'i-An.y .,— 92-6t The county courts or tne btate m Virginia showed their respective counties together ' ord f nary ' practice -------- . ...... \vith-a majonty of the justices of , lation s board .under the Wagner the peace of such county, in addi- t wnose purp ose was fraudulent- tion to the amount of county tax j t t d t £ be to m j n imj ze labor allowed to be levied shall have /; t and thus to prO mote Inter- the power to levy not exceeding gta ^ e commerce. Senator Wagner, ten mills on the dollar on all tax- h j g b Tammany machine able property of their respective jd "j New York in Tarnrnany ' s counties, which jhall be known as JBt d is supposed to be a the county road tax and when lawycr . fa s ^iCy as such may collected shall be used m the re-| b judged by his promotion of this spective counties lor the purpose ioljat > n of * thc sp " lrit of American - Lost BULOVA -WATCH WITH- BLACK cord band, Downtown October 12th. Reward far return to Mrs. Sadie Cornelius. 608 South Elm St. Phone 213-M. 22-3t HOUND-PUP. 8 >-MONTHS OLD Brown and white spotted. Last seen near Bodcaw. Reward. Hollen Baker, Rt. 1, Emmet, ,„ Ark. 23-3t Found "'* t ,BAY MARE MULE, SPLIT IN - left ear, spot on left side. Jimmy McGinriis, lane from No. .29 to Green Lasetef. 22-3t of making and repairing public roads and bridges of the respective I counties, and for no other purpose,! and shall be collected in United States currency or county warrants legally drawn on such road tax fund if a majority of the qualified electors of such county shall have voted public road tax at the general election for State and county officers preceding such levy at such election. Filed.in the office of Secretary of State on the 20th day of March, 1945. Witness my hand and seal of office on this the 25th day of February, 1946. C. G. HALL, Secretary of State May 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 26, July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28, Sept., 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9. 16. 23, 30. Wanted to Buy and ol - the ethics of his pro- While the right of appeal does not exist, the .defendant may be strength of his club—which was its 8. York hit just two big blows in the series, yet each one of them won a ball game. But most of the.time hitters like York, Doerr and DiMaggio were waiting out the pitcher on instructions from the bench." New York (Park Arena) —Willie Beltram. 135, New York, outpoint- ed Juan Carera, 140. Puerto Rico, Jersey City, N. J. 153, Patcrson, N. Billy Kil- stopped uage. Therefore, he was dull arid Roosevelt exciting. Roosevelt called names. He singled put individuals, even reporters at his press confer; ehces, .for abusive language. The country laughed with him, not pausing to think that he was a coward striking people who were forbidden to hit back. I have always thought that after John O'Donnell, of the New York Daily'News, got vhe :'ron cross from Roosevelt, he should have stood up to -Mr. Roosevelt court as a p if the court ve if WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture 1 , one piece or . more. Any -amount. What h'ayei you? Phone 6L * 23-2mo Services Offered ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- <tj»" netian Blinds, wood or metal, «•*, *"• >outside metal blinds and awnings, Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West' 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo ' f QUILTING WANTED. "MRS. EUN, _ Jee McAteer, Rt. 3, north of_the -. Brick Yard at Mrs. L. C. wins japartrqent.' • - COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of a decree of the lempstead County Chancery Court ntered on the 4th day of October, 946, in a cause pending therein vherein Mary Block, and Estella /anhook, were plaintiffs, and Ten- lyson Block, et al., were defendants, the undersigned as Commis- ioner, appointed by said Court vill on the" 16th day of November, 946, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest bidder, at the 21-3t REMOVED FREE ,1, ^Within 40 Miles... -DEAD HORSES, COWS .T and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant 'Thone 883-W (Phone'Collect) „, jfllo Answer Phone 3158-R V William R. Herndon Photographer •» first National Bank Bldg. Second Floor ' PHONE 493 or 114-J ' ' '" PORTRAITS "Commercial and Advertising * PHOTO GOP IES ~Dfe$hjirj3es - llejal, Documents 24 'H'o.ur Service does not feel too busy or tired to hear the case. Usually the court denies the right of appeal and the defendant is punished. Actually, every judgment of the labor relations board should be appealable, and all of them should be not merely reversed but utterly repudiated, because the board doesn't even pretend to be impartial. The Smith :ommittee showed that it had selected its own agents only when it was completely satisfied that they were devoted to the union movement and, in some cases to communism, and fiercely hostile to all employers as such. It showed that Roosevelt had appointed two notorious Communists to key positions in the original board. The fanatical temper of the board and some of its Hitlerian practices, such as entrapment of defendants, another vice absolutely forbidden under American justice, were modified, perforce, after the Smith Committee's expose, but only perforce. Roosevelt was loath to do this ,but for political reasons, and not for any consideration of the damage wrought to American justice, he had to. The board was de- to shoUt him Buffalo, N. Y. — Joe Matisi, 108 1-2, Binghamton, N. Tommy Gomez, 184 Fla., 3"; Y., stopped 1-4, Tampa. Boston.— Ralph (Ripper) Zanelli, 146, Providence, R. I., drew with Georgia Martin, 149, Boston, 10. Detroit — Eddie O'Neil, 153, Detroit, outpointed Jimmy Haydcn, 1'60, San Francisco, 10. , Hartford, Conn. — Lew Alter, 126, -Montreal, outpointed Pat Brady, -"128, New York, 10. Manchester, N.H.—Walter Lewis, 131, Havana, knocked .out Carroll (Kid) Alexander, 132, Washington, Salem, Mass. — Henry Polo\yit- zer, 13,7. Hartford, Conn., outpoint- ed Jimmy McLarnin, 138, Newbed .ford, Mass., 10. and make a scene at the very nexj meeting. O'Donnell might hava been roughed up- "by Hoosevelt's goons, but Roosevelt would havd corne off much worse himself in public opinion. He would have watched his conduct after that, because he would take-every advantage, but when he knew just how far he could go, would go no furth- North Door of the Court House in ] OU s'ed to some extent, but the in•lope, Arkansas, subject to confir mation by tne court, the following imber upon (he following lands, to-wit: All pine timber ten inches and up in diameter at the stump at the time of cutting, which , ''iSy'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, 1946. C. E. WEAVER, COMMISSIONER, (SEAL) Oct. 9-16-23. herent wickedness of Wagner's jaw has never been touched. Defendants still must submit to the caprice and prejudice of the board. Although Congressman Smith here perform- Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. t' <* s • * 1 Get Ready FOR By having your winter garment$ cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners N, HALL'S Matten ed a good service for the benefit o£ every American who must look to impartial courts for justice and protection against entrapment, the New Deal loudly abused him as an enemy of labor. It set up a union candidate in Arlington, Va., a dom- itory of the Washington bureaucracy, to oppose him for re-election. Smith won easily, but the depressing fact is that many workers really believed that he was their enemy, when he was actually fighting for principles of justice which stand between the American worker and Hitlerism. Once those principles are finally abandoned as lost in the particular field of Unionism, they may be extended as good law to every other field. If the principle is sound, then any American labor er stands in peril of the same treatment in other circumstances. For xample, he may be provoked to it a provocateur in virtuous angel gainst insult or systematic tor nent, then tried for assault or omicide, if he hits that hard, be ore a court composed of the pro ocateur's relatives and denied an ppeal from the sentence of the ourt. Few Republicans have had the enacity and character to stanc gainst the Wagner Act and expose ts fraudulent statement of pur >ose—to expedite commerce—anc ts vicious violation of the right o every American to a fair trial be "ore an impartial court. Most Re publicans have been unwilling t risk the powerful appeal to : : gnoi ance and passion by which the would be branded as labor-baiters ories, monopolists, anti-semites poll-taxers and Nazis. But no man on either side, Demo cratic or Republican, dares deny the facts stated here. Thus, repudiation of the Wagner Act would be a step toward reform, toward reconstruction of American justice and repair of the damage wrought by Roosevelt in the mockingly deceptive guise of a New Deal for Jauor, ramer than reaction : : n vhe ugly meaning of that word. The mental altitude of the New Deal was a startling change when it was introduced, and rather attractive in a way. Roosevelt was "personal" and surrounded himself with "personal" men, Mr. Hoover had been objective and legal and not given to abusive lang- ar. ' • The New Deal'thought of the individual, free American citizen only as a microscopic germ working in a mass of cheese ( 'or yeast called "the masses" oi" "the people" or, "humanity." Hitler thought of the individual in the same terms in relation to "the state," and so do Stalin and the Communists. We saw that when Mrs. Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins, who assumed, as Mrs. Roosevelt recently put it, 'direct responsibility for helping to run the world,' 'decided that every American civilian, man or woman, should be put to forced labor and foricible deportation from home to work in the "war effort." Hopkins even had the impudence to add that this was not a mere idle thought of his, but a purpose of a government ostensibly governing by consent of the people. And he wrpte, in a threatening tone, "it isn't just talk and it won't blow over and it does mean you." That was the Nesv Deal spirit. ; UPC fo Hear , ^ . Address by Gov. Laney Little ?ock, Oct. 22 — OT—Governor Ldniiy announced today he would go to El Dorado tomorrow night to address a meeting of the United . Daughters of the Confederacy and to Fordyce and Camden on Thursday. . At Fbi'dyce Laney will partici- ;pate in a celebration of 'the open- r \ng of a 14-mile hard surface road aetween New Edinburgh and Fordyce. The governor returned to his office today for the first time since departing upon a Colorado hunting trip Oct. 8. ried eight klcUoffs back a total of 213 yards. Runner-up, in , the returning of punts is Ernie Johnson of UCLA, who has lugged 12 of them back 211 yards, while Jack Hoover of Chattanooga, who has run back five for 191 .yards,, stands third in the matter of yardage and boasts the best average —3H.2 yards per effort. The longest punt return so far this season has been that of Harold Griffin of Florida, a 95-yard dash against Miami last Saturday. The second best was that of Georgia Wamsley of Rice against Southwestern of Texas for 00 yards.. Hardest workers among the safety men are Jack Hutchinson of VMl'and J. P. Moore of Vancler- bilt. Each has returned 65 punts, Hutchinson :Cor 168 yards and Moore for 140. The second high man in kickoff returns is Forrest Hall of San Francisco, who has run back six for 203 yards. Art Hodges of Wichita has covered 191 yards on nine returns to be third and Wally Drcy- er of Winconsin, fourth with 17£ yards on four returns, has the besl average, 44.75 yards. Hodges and Gene Rossides o: Columbia, who has returned nine kickoffs 139 yards, have been the busiest players in this department The longest kickoft returns re corded this year have been for Of yards, and there were three o them. They were turned in by Hal against Stanford. Howard Turne of North Carolina Slate agains Clemson and Lou Ceccqn iof Pitts burgh against West Virginia. Nine players have intercepted four passes, with Marion Timber- ake of Richmond running his back A total of 92 yards to top the rest n that department. There are others, however, who boast a better total on a single ef- iort. Joe Golding of Oklahoma went 9!) vards with an intercepted pass aga'inst Texas, longest run of its kind this year. Lloyd Brinkman of Missouri intercepted a 'pass against St. Louis and ran it back 95 yards and Marvin Graham of William and Mary ran one back 93 yards against Virginia Tech, although ho didn't score. The leading pass receiver at vhis point is Neill Armstrong of Ok'n- homa A. and M., who has caught 16 for -a total of 2",4 yards. James Montgomery of Ternpe (Ariz.) also has •snagged 18'but rates the No. 2 spot on a total of 141 yards. Broughton Williams of Florida, the leader the two previous weeks, slipped to third on 15 .catches Jor 257 •'yards'; -'.'?•" . """'"" " Art Pollard of Arizona continues to lead :the punters who have kicked a dozen or more times, with an average of 46.6 yards on .12 boots. o Hope-Camden Tilt Designated Homecoming The Hope ftobcats have a touch assignment ahead of them this weekend when a 'stropi? ..Crirriden comes to l-fonc for an annunl till which always furnishes plenty of excitement. • • It wlll'bc designated homecoming day for the t.t£bcnts and pre - game ceremonies will include the crown- ng of a queen with- all the trim Ttings. Camden Is bringing Its band ind along with the Hope band pro miscs much entertainment at the alfliinc period. The Panthers, masters at spinner nd hidden - ball plays, gain much f their yardage through the air n short bullet passes with a long heave occasionally just to mix it ip for the opposition. They are at till strength this weekend, Both cams were beaten a single tallv by Texarkana, rating them about It was scrimmage day yesterday _'or the Bobcats who are working lard to develop a better pass de- "ense. That department was weak ,ast Week. If the Mope line lives up to past games it is likely Caipden may be forced into the air :is Tox- arkana was. The Cats' ability to stop Panther passes may prove the margin of win. ' Medical Group Endorses Blood Bank Hcmpstead County Medical Society went on record today endorsing an Arkansas blood plasma program, Roy Anderson, chairman of the county committee, said today, revealing a letter from the organization pledging unconditional support. A mobile unit will visit Mope and any person between the ages of 18 and 65, who has had no serious illness in the past three months .and weighs 120 pounds, is asked to become a blood donor. For every two pints of blood given a pint of dried blood plasma remains for local use. The balance goes to a state blood bank in Little Rock for emergency reserves. George Bernard Shaw worked as a clerk for $4.150 a month at the age of 15. Bucky Harris May Be New Yank Manager* By'TED MEIER New York, Oct. :23 —(/!')—Stanley "TUicky" Hiil-Hfi, a sunve bnscbnll (liDtomnt, Is the new munngor of this Now York Yankees—Hint Is it the.Idlest rumor is true. Harris,. npj>ointod. pxeculivo nr,- sislant to Larry MacPhtill, Ynnkco president, a month ngo. was said 'iy the Daily News io have boon "sold'.' on the post at iusocret inoel- ing yesterday. The.news reported Iho confab wns attended by Buck>^ MacPhnil. Will Harridge. prosidciW of the American League, and Charley Dressen; present Brooklyn couch, who the news snicl, had been named [Tarns' Nd.. :1 aide. MaePhail 'termed ilie story "pure Cock' rind "bill." "I don't know who the Yankee mnnaKcr is goiiiK io be," :'umed Larry. "And if I did know now 1 wouldn't tell' anybody." Neither Harris, llarrklgo nor Dressen wus available Jeir comment. The News asserted Harris *vam, :jiven a two-year contract tit $'10,000 per year. Harris, who first gained ;"ame as the 'boy manager" in guiding the Washington senators to the 1924 American league pennant, last w:is In the majors in 1U43 whin he piloted the National league Phillies until he resigned in midscason. H went to Buffalo in 19-14 as general manager of the international league Bisons, a post he kept until named MacPhail's assistant shortly before Bill Dickey resigned as Yankee manager in the closing .iays of the season. Turn Ostrich Breeders Johannesburg — A. P .— Nearly half the dairy farmers of the Oudt- shoorn district of the cape have notified the local creamery that they are giving up their herds in favor of ostriches. To cash in on the feather boom, farmers have already turned wheat lands into ostrich camps, and pumpkins are being bought in large quantities o^| the local market to feed ostriches. Day - old chicks are fetching $16.14 each, but the banks consider the feather trade too speculative and are refusing loans to buy breeding birds. All modern varieties of sugar beet are derived from two standard "improved" types. » The average length of a sugar cane stalk is approximactly 12 feet, first year's growth. TEN FINGERS ARE NOT ENOUGH to relieve dry itchy sculp, but you can E ot real.a-elief with Moroline Hair Tonic. Helps remove loose dandruff flakes. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC Some varieties of sugar btet contain more than 20 percent of sucrose. -An average of 13 months is the •time required for sugar cane to reach maturity. All this and much more constitute ie wreckage of a way of justice, idividual freedom and dignity 'hich the New Deal left after 13 ears of Roosevelt. Millions of ma- jre young American citizens nev r lived under the true American ystem of justice and government xcept as children, too young to now what their elders were sur- enderjng to Roosevelt on promises f pie in the sky. The next administration has the eal task of reform and restoration. FREE Your name and address on a penny postcard or letter brings you a sample copy of Clocker Fields Daily Ratings. NO COST — NO OBLIGATION COCKER FIELDS 204 E'.-41st St., New York, N, Y. 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 Doug f*|TV Car ' Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. -i. for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 r Brings MIGHTY FAST Long-lasting Relief In COUGHS. '"CHEST COLDS to "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 , SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily v 3rd &.Laural. Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop tqulpment is no better than the man that uses it For Youir Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Hlfhway 67 Phone 57 Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL. BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT AS«O. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargain* In Secondhand Furnlturt Phone 152 41 IS. Hotel REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanic*: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete information write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland LJfe Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS See' Us For . . , INSURANCE Our Companies Give You Complete Protection Plus 20% Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Pevetoping Printing Enlarging Fire Tornado Casualty Automobile Real Estate List Your Property for Sale with Us. We have 25 applicants for homes in Hope. Also many calls for farm property. Foster - Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 109 East Second Phone 231 WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Clean MUST BE, because that's a tradition with this com-' pany. MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member of our service-with-a-smile staff. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. Byron Hefner •OUR SEMICl MUST BE OT THE BEST/ C 314 . 3rd. Phone 442 i) Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOP! Hf APING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkantai (A$H----in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from ui on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if wo possibly can, regardless of where you l.ve. The wdre you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Afk for Mr. McLarty, nt Hope AuK> Co. OZARK IKE tfy Chit* feting BLONplB, I .E/T ANY NOT A THING- SHOT OUT OF HOUSE LIKE ELMO, RUN DOWN TO THE LUNCHROOM AND ££T ME A NO. 3 BREAKFAST , V/HUT-CHA VlA'JWt'.W TELL YUH WHAT IM'&ONNA LOOKIN'SO IjMUfcfm DO/-I'LL SACRIPICE THAT SAD ABOUT, ^Mm,,,V , EQUINE BEAUTY AND FOR tN y& VE BEEN HOW THE VEjLLOW OF GOT? $LL OVER IMPORTANT ...AN NOW YUH WON'T NEED THIS $5.000 PER DOKIE: \v, THAT OPERATION/ BEFORE p <\ A CANNON BALL PALTRY, PIVE GRAWD/ WE DONE BOUGHT. NAG? II AH OSS/ HM-M-M... I ALMOST ASKED ONLY FOUR ' HUNDRED, BUT... BECUZ, O2ARK, TH' PASTES' By Michael O'MaHey &. RbJph Lane By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES EXTORTION CASES ARE LOADED WITH N DYNAMITE, JANET. INASMUCH AS YOU MAY HAVE TO PUT A. COUPLE OF CROSSES HERE ,l-;MARWN6 BODIES, YOU OUGHT, AT LEAST, GIVE BLAKE A CHANCE TO 5AY--NO the.JANCLIP.passed theTWOSPOT, sharp eyes were watching us. DOES HARDY BLAKE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS EXTORTION NOTE BUSINESS, JANET r NO. SHOULD 1 TELL HIM THAT MY.BROTHER IS ABOUT TO PAY $10,000 , ,/. 'IN BLACKMAIL? H-M-M. JANET'S SOT BLAKE. AND fHAT YEU.OW- HAIRED GUMSHOE, FLINT, ABOARD. WONDER WHAT THEY'RE UP TO? WASH TUB3S ICMn.RE.MW BELIEVE IN PRE- toONITlONS.,.BUT IF WE DON'T FIND H\k\ SOON, 'NVSO OFTEN TOOK WE STANDING ROCKS BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. IT'S. PAt ' CO!^1M6 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF DONALD DUCK. By Walt Disney llS^^f^\^^^^ lime T >>l l °! d Miss -' on P s lhe ™"'>n niy homework was poor i ,* aiv-ayjovnul up_al..tlie...denliiil!_ : was .because Dud always had the radio yoing, and now ' i ' ulijt tit.tt-ki.. in nn «. t.:. u i*» . J THA.T COVERS QUITE , she wan Is to see him! ?RECKLt3 AND HIS FRl'ENDS A. PIELR SOW! FUNNY BUSINESS NOW, NOUNS AA\N, WHNT KIND ' tty Hcrshberocr JEEPEPS,TMEV SURE ARE-TAKING- A . I /^MI^_ TiUAC' IM TUPOP IA/ITU Cir\'V=;iF/ IV\M<ES NO PIPPECENCE, POP AU-TMEGALS"APE IN THERE / MAYBE THEY CALLED A DOCTOR FOR. FLOSSIE/ -^ LOWS TIME IN WITH FLOSSIE, ... I CA.N PO . . ^-i A.NNTHINC3! \ Bv Carl Andersen BE SMART- GO [ "1'lc keeps one leg cocked to get a running start when b« Vi• - •. - - -> Worn, H 10 S.1M" ALLEY OOP Bv V. T. Hoiiilm Thimble Theater L*DIES{ LETS NOW TURN MEETING OVER'TO WONT HE MAI A, MN2VELOUS/ SUCH WHEI"*! YOU KNOW WERE T OH,MADAM GATHERED TO SELECT A . \CHMRMAN, /'SHUDDUP YOUNG LADY OF GRACE • .WHY NOT OVL, WHERE THIS LEAPS TO THE HEV,'/ YOU LEFT PEOPLE ) IN THE CLOTHES// 7 WILL WE PUT mmmxx* By Edgar Martin JOS WONDERFUL PIECE OF WORK I ftU. VOU \ 1' GOING TO SRINiG PRO? TUTT OUT » THE VOOK HE. «5EE.-3 VOHftT Ll'^E. DONE V)\U. bAORE THftl^ R'&PRV NQU THftT 'v Oc OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J, R. William* WE WLTZ JIST If UNCLE ANDRUS ADMIRIM' TH' N, STARTED OUT HORSES-THEVRE \ THAT WAY AMD TH' BEAUTIFUUST / WORKEP BACK HORSES tM TH' /S YOU STICK. TO HULL CITY.' r-^ / ADMIRING THE Vou've eeei4 ENTERTAINING A LOT OP CANARIES EXERCISES/ 50CIAL IDEA? FA.V4.'; wWY, PERFECT Voice FOR. AM fOEVO BURGLAR. IF THIS IS A SOCIAL IDEA, \%> AlAKlA \MlTH A NMJSICPO-, 'D seTTER HIR.E A HALL -*~YbU'RE 6CORCH- BE. PAT\ElOT, I; OE&R, AMD NMEAR. SAND BIA9T RED RYDER IUST TO 6ETTIAIMGS BOEJLN THIRTY YEARS TOO 5OOM C M'.KJ'.",'

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