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H0M STAt, MOP*!, ARKANSAS Friday, CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three^Six OneS>- Day Days Days Month 36 to 40 1.20 41 to 4.1 .... 1.35 46 to 50 . 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netinn Blind*, wood or metal, outside metal blinds! and awnings, Write Riley Cooper, 190'J West 17th St. Tex'arknmi. Texas. 15-lmo "Rates sire for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads casft in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale ONfc NEW TWO-ROW TRACTOR, ... at .Sheppard, on U. S. 67. Alice u Flnlcy. 19-Ct ;?•: .TRIPLE ACTION ICE CREAM freezers. Southern Ice Co. Pho.ne 72. . _ _. 22-61 ICE CttEST,: FINE-.FOR FISH- ing and 'hunting nnd picnics. 'Southern Ice Co.- Phone 72. 22-6t -SHINGLES. CYPRESS (HEART -"and sap) Pine." Hope Shingle Co. 8th and Grady Streets. 23-61 Services Offered Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED. APPL.V Hugo Elkins at Hi'.'.avds O.:c. Fair Enough •y Wettbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1946 By Klna Feature*.Syndicate., New York, Oct. 25 — The 19-lG campaign has wrought some in- tetesting political novelties. SPORTS ROUNDUP ^^___^^_- •—-^_l^ 1^^^^ • I^M^^^A k _ ^™"*^™" •••"•"'••••"•f ••• Ib FIBNMh JJ^««««««««««"««BB New York, Oct 25 —(A 1 )—During Ihe Brigham Young-Colorado game nt Provo, Utah, last week the P.A, announce!- gave an out-of-town score this 'way: "There is tin unverified report in the -press box that Denver Is leading Utah 14 to 0." Pigskin Pickings Pennsylvania Phone 973. 22-Ct etcstmg political novelties. Nnvv vs. Pennsylvan In Now York, a paper orgamza- N ;; vv will bo busv tion calling itself the Business and \v-Uchinr T Minisi Professional Men's Committee of Duk vs A rmy Democratic State Committee I T1 rntipio \ v , the has abused Governor Tom Dcwcy [for accumulating a surplus of 500 • Notrc o an " c vs i owa 'millions in the state treasury and Wno for his failure to abolish the slate Wanted to Buy _ __ , ___ ' WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- income tax which, the committee's lure, one piece or more. Any advertisement says, is the highest amount. What have you? Phone] on persona], incomes with tho ex 61. Eligibility of Players May Hurt Title Bids 23-2tno ception of Oregon's. -*""' ~ ' Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. The Cadets won't need luck To chan»c Duke to "duck" It's Iowa? Arkansas vs. Mississippi You'd be thrown right out of the park If you happened to miss this Ark. some 'Kenucky vs. Alabama ' time previously, had complained of! They'll think you're lucky the same surplus, a phenomenon And a very smart fella, of which her late spouse had never been accused and one which, in the "TRACTOR. WITH "'double disc Jraker, ;18 in'ch Tan* turn disc, 'Tw/j row planters, two "..row cultivators, '.Equipment in "good., condition, located at rny farm,-12. miles south of Prescott on Highway no, 29 E. H. Wea- -ver. 24-Gt V, FT. ELECT.ROLUX FOR BU- fane. good condition. Bargain, See Jim "Wilson, Columbus, Ark. 24-3t - <, •' 'GANG DISC. FRONT SECTION 7 *•' it. back section 8 ft. Verdis Moses Patmos, Ark. 24-61 1 SEVEN FOOT .FRIGIDAIRE, IN. good condition. A bargain. Phone a99-W. 24-Gt ..THREE BEAUTIFUL CHINESE ,, Chows, L. eleven months old. I a ..2 ] ,i.yr. old, male. 1 2% year old female bred. Well sell cheap. See Wade Warren. 25-6t SCREEN WIRE. RUBBER TIRED Lirtle Rock, Oct. 25 — UP)— It appeared likely today that title bids of leaders in at least two of Arkansas' high school :.ootball Jis-, lady's unaccustomed sight, must seem truly menacing. Here. then, for the first time in a rather extensive political experience, which has included ham 'n' It' you pick Kentucky And still praise Ala. Sportsmention Chick Wergeles maintains that Beau Jack got a break when he lost (though Chick Insists it was a bud uo ^ ._. decision) "because :HIW a Jotta ;m opori ditto. guys who have been clucking ]:ioau,[ . . .... will want to right him." . . l.ornl-| " ll . 11 baskoiball coarhos nrc picking City i "V"^, '* mnr its record. Few other games throughout Ihc slate hold any promise of cluing- j ing the shape of the drive >'ur vhc i phiyotr. > . , . Helena — Co-leader with Brinkley in the Fifth District— Will entertain tough Lynne, which is only a step behind, In thai section's top attraction. Brinkley lias which may decide somc- rorning up. in the Sevenih District, where Magnolia and vivcd the Arlinfiion fnrK :irc Jusl I nistrict One spring. Is clue to surt trmning next ""• '« ™^ d fi spring She was badly scan eel by Fh . s , Dislrlcl . s co . lcnde r.s, draw burns. Home Sweet Homecoming Virginia Trch's :"ootb;ill stadium was built, with an eye to ''' easy foes this week, meeting Mnl- vern and Pine Bluff, respectively. Batesvillc and Corning, Third Dis- Virginia IIJCHK .•IHIIU.MI .M.IUH.IIU |rjc . t nnc(J sc j tc ,. s p i av ;.; cnrc v and was built, with an eye to UiUire j Ilnobdon Thc Fourth 'District's vop additions, around one end of the, „,„..,, Subi-ico -ind '"nnw-tv take football field with the sides stretch- llon .' d j st nct opponents, xhe Tro- ing only a little past midfield . . . . t!lnK ij,,,, w j |, Little Rock Aiii>»»i n-n-lv hi-fi« nrnmiitlv '.... .."*'..'«' . . . ' V. *-. r™ 1 : Selections for Saturday's lop Grid Games By HAROLD CLAASSEN Now York, Tct. 2~i —-t/l'i— Notro Dame customarily has no more luck visiting Inwn C'ity on. a foul- ball mission than 'ihis i'orccaslcr has with his weekly predictions. This time, however, the Ifish should chalk up their first triumph in the Hnwkeyc State — nrid here's hoping they have strength to knock off n double-barrelled jinx Mississippi Is Working on Defense Oxford, Miss., Oct. 25 — <UPi — Mississippi Coach Hed Drow soul Ills fonlbnll liqund through another praccticp session yesterday which cmphnsizrd clclonsic. A; the stinic lime, Drew hoped for n drivlriR offense n« tho nlKu-k cnmo to 11 Co with more zip In Iho finnl workout pi-fpnviHoi-.v to SiU- urdiiy's garhe witli Arkansas at Alumni early birds promptly Stubbed up most of 'hose choice scats in the end sections for tomorrow's 'homecoming same against North Carolina State Then someone hud the idea of moving tho field nearer the ."--lands so now those 50-yard seats are about on ihe 20 yard line The athletic dept eggs and share our wealth, the na lion has heard a candidate se I to Buster Tyler the other night to the hills likely will open the gates then xalcc | tricts would be foiled by the use Iriously condemned for running a of ineligible players. [state up to its eyes in prosperity. Johnie Burnett, executive secre- The committee, which is support'"" *— ( — T ="""-= M M"-^ '"'' ing Senator James M. Mead for the governorship, a loyal gesture of wasted motion by common con- tavy of the Arkansas Athletic Association, said Brinkley and Con- wav. top teams in the Fifth and, Fourth Districts, respectively, had!sent long belore the voting, fear- been found to have ineligible play- lessly condemns Mr. Dewey for ers on their squads. He puinten out, I his stubborn refusal to spend the however, that no games had been surplus. Thus thcoreucally, he forfeited yet because it had not might save rent and the hire of been determined in which games watchmen for the dead storage of the ineligible athletes participated. h e money, but the saving would From Brinkley, albeit, came vhe be only theoretical, for it has been report that the Tigers would have observed in Washington that the to iorfeit to Marianna and Wynne, (Storage and protection of the na- a couple of teams still able to grab tional debt and the deficit have the title and a playoff berth should!been expensive items, too, in the t\v'o defeats be assesed against jb' 11 against the taxpayers Brinkley I Although Mr. Dewey has rc- Conwav, Batesville, Bentonville, duced.the income tax to a pleasur- Alma, Cabot and Carlisle have lable Ae & e _ c and th l r . ob -L d .'£:!}?"!'* been found to have ineligible ath- "" ~ "" ~ letes but it has not been determined whether these boys played whe°1bnrrows. welding rods of I 1 " games. - ?» all kinds, large tarpaulins, skill ' Burnett is continuing his scrutiny • -• • o£ player eligibility. His alphabeti- saw blades, blocks and lines, lumber conveyors. C. D. Lauterbach. Z* -510 South/Walnut; Telephone 900. v--r~ ....-: rr r ;•:,-:-.. ' - '25-3t Notice .MATERIALS ARE GOING HIGH- ,.'er every day. Have 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 ,, Lost ,>',.BLACK.. DOG NAME CHARLIE. j wWhite _spot underneath neck, , ,. wearing-black collar, Any infor- r """' matioii to whereabouts, -notify '. "'^ Clyde Winemiller, Phone 193. >'' '_. ''' ' '''••' ' " 25 " U h~ .HOUND PUP. 8 MONTHS OLD .-Brown and white spotted. Last •- seen near Bodcaw. Reward. • Hollen Baker, Rt. 1, Emmet, , ; Ark. . 23-3t For Rent cal check of teams thus far has carried only through "C". '• o Intersectiona! Games for Most State Colleges All but two Arkansas intercollegiate conference elevens have non-loop appointments this week- „_., „ „..„ end. and the league duel betwen nke income tax policy is driving Ouachita and Hendrix must take I important business and important a back seat.to toiug'.it's i'eud send-j residents oul o f New York," the ing Arkansas Tech against the committee says, leaving those who Unievrsity of Arkansas "B" team, (read its patriotic writ to wonder The game at uussellville will I how, i£ that is the case, any busi i avir T^Oft ri* c n 11/atYi r»t -in tJT"iH %fu ._ _._ :_i i._ 1_1 U ^ .., en an unknown number of residents who had begun to yearn in earnest for the illusory freedoms of New Jersey and Connecticut, the Busi ness and Professional Meo's Com- millee takes him angrily lo task because he hasn't abolished the state 'tax altogether. This comes with a strange sound, as of politicians strangling on a paradox, when it is recalled that the late Roosevelt left the slalc of New York with a forbidding rate of taxation on incomes and that his successor, Herbert H. Lehman, nol only preserved Ihe masler's Iradi tion but raised him by ;i special one per cent emergency levy. Dewey's "unrealistic .unbusiness- mark Tech's attempt to grab its 13th conservative victory and perhaps its toughest test in two sea- ness or any residents could have persuaded themselves to remain through the Roosevelt .and Lch- sons. The baby Razorbacks will be man administrations. Football By The Associated Press From the standpoint ol stakes, the Fayetteville Bulldogs and the Van Buren Pointers hold ihe spotlight in Ihis weekend's Arkansas high school foolball drama. The two powers of District Two will clash at Van Buren tomorrow (Friday) night, with the winner vo Arkansas and Texas Doped to Win By CARL BELL Associated F-ixss Oports Wrlttr Texas, still mighty but appearing somewhat less awesome than t ,.,---^~ earlier in the season, probably defeated and untied in district corn- facer, the toughest, most - treacher- , petition, while Fayetteville, im- ous hurdle along the path to the proving each wecK and rated a! 1946 Southwest Conference football slight .favorite, has only a iu io ! championship as it invades Houston to play the Rice Owls iomor- ow. Oklahoma and Arkansas proved during the last two weeks that the Longhorns could be .pressed. The if 101 ! 1 ? 0 , 151 j a ^'cs ivusspun ai ^o- • n,,,io t>-,«rr,.,ai,, n * n,.oir,B -.h n •. i 11 „ lumbui and Icxas Christian visits be virtually assured of vhe district | rjiatrict Three title and a spot in the siate chain- pipnship playoffs. Van Buren is un- High, kingpin of District Eight, Sunday and Conway playing Osceola. This week's schedule (district games unless otherwise indicated).' District One Little Rock at Malvcrn Hot Srpings al North Little Rock Texarkana at Magnolia (non-district) Russellvillc at Fort Smith Pine Bluff at El Dorado Smackover at Blytheville Camden at Hope Monticello at Forclvcc (non-district i Joncsboro at Forrest City (non- district) Beebc at Bonton (non-district) District Two Fayelteville at Van Buren Slloam Springs at Harrison Springdalc at Alma Bentonville at Mansfield (non- district) Huntsvillc at Rogers Drew and his Ole Miss loam will leave here tomorrow morning for Memphis. A Memphis, Term.. Oct. 25 — (UP) — University of Arkansas football players arrived here today and weit> due to workoi'.l at Crump stadium this afternoon before mcel- Two times in the past the Irish I'"R Mississippi tomorrow, have invaded Iowa oily with up- 1 A capacity crowd of more than beaten teams, as they will again Lonan i 0 .,, Jjcpan o __ ° . . __ kansas plays the University of Mis- 01 ' h " Corning at Imbodcn Conway at Osceola (non-i Searcy al Batesville Cotton Plant at Earlc Pocahontas at Rector Shawnee (Joiner) at Hughes Methodist tackles Missouri at Co- Uriel.) !lt Kc "" Cl1 ' M °' (non - d "" this weekend. And three limes an underdog Iowa eleven has triumphed. The starting tennis probably will 30 close to even but Iowa hasn't Ihc reserve power to outlast the Irish. Other selections: Army over Duke: Duke is Ihe team Coach Earl Blaik of Army feared above all others as the season started. Last week's -11 to 0 victory by the Southerners over previously unbeaten Richmond has done nothing to case his worries. However, all of Armys regulars, including Arnold Tucker, arc healed. Army. Southern California over Stanfoid: The Trojans apparently came to a week ago in their 2(1 to 0 win over Washington but don't be surprised if only three-points separate the two Saturday with Southern California out in ironl. Tennessee over Wake Forest: Unless the Vols are drc;iming 100 much about their 12 It, 0 victory over Alabama last week vhcy should have litllc difficulty. Texas over Rico: One of the country's great teams meets a good club. Bobby La.vnc and his cohorts lo get back in their terrific stride. Texas. Harvaid over Holy Cross :This is Ihc lime that a stubborn defense will prove the better offense. Har- 27,000 persons Is expected lo witness Ihc Hth meeting of ihe two Icams. Only 500 reserved scats and 5,000 general admishion tickets were on hand when the ticket office opened today. Heavy rains which have fallt.% here indicate a slow gridiron /or tomorrow's game. jn the rebound from last week's loss to Oklahoma "B". In another game tonight, Hen- This, of course, is mere amusement, but the best the party of humanity has been able to offer in a derson will square olf with East campaign whose result has been ! ' e r5i ral ^ 0kl u homa at Ada ' Okla - 'conceded so long that Mr. Dewey THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. No children, no pets. •Mrs. D. T. Chamberlain, 717 S. Main. Phone 315. 23-3t TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, lights. Mrs Frisby. Hope Rt. 4, 2 rniles south of Depot on Patmos road. 24-3t Real Estate for Sale 93 ACRE FARM 2Vi MILES FROM city • limits, one dwelling, one tenant house, two large barns, all fenced and cross fenced, electricity. A bargain. Floyd Porterfield. r^u - . The Ouachita-Hendrix scrap is I has been able to run his contest irdea lor ArKacieinn:a vnmfirvnw i n :it: n ,< j n '...» Y3n..«;~.*T « fn,,, ,.Q. carded for Arkadelphla tomorrow night. Saturday also will offer a meeting between Magnolia A. & M.'s improving Muleriders and sitling down. Barring a few re marks in favor of lolerance and free immigration to Palestine ior vote-insurance in the city of New — , rn -r • n 11 • ivwn;-***i3WiMi*\.c •!** me vn.j v/i ii\-i¥ Paris, Tex., Junior College at Mag- York, he has not had to exert him- no l ia ,' ,-. . , I self any more than a drowsy man Arkansas State, wnich does not Ibrushing away a listless fly. Inas Owls, themselves eyeing ihe title, may be able to show the Sleers can be beaten. Rice always has had a crack rushing game under Coach Jess Noely, and this year, with big Virgil Eikenberg pitching, 'the birds of night seem to have Ihe aerial attack to go with it. They opened the season by dropping a 7-6 decision to Louisiana but :'ound their stride the following week as they walloped Southwestern, 48-0. Since then the Owls have run over Tu- lunc and Southern Methodisl, a pair of fairly well regarded outfits. If Texas, whose ability to score ciuickly on the throwing of Bobby Layne when its running game fails proved a lite saver against Oklahoma and Arkansas, can survive this test, few will doubt that ihe i Longhorns are "in," although it ip ! only their second of six conference engagemenls. A crowd of 30,000-f-. all Ihe Houston stadium will hql'd —is assured. .Rice sprung a mild upset in beating the Steers, 7-u, last year. The only olher conference battle, tomorrow will pit Texas A. & M.\ only team besides Texas which hasn't been beaten in family feuding 1 , against hapless Balor and Waco. In the intersectional field, Ar- belong to the state conference, is pitted against Xavier Univei.-sity at Cineinnali tomorrow. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Akron, Ohio—Charley Rolh, 188, Akron, knocked out Jimmy Langord, 185, New York, 5. Highland Park, N. 'J. —Davey Allen, 125, New York, outpointed NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, MOD- ern, hardwood floors. E. Third .St.,walking distance. $3,000. cash balance $30 per month, possession. Floyd Porterfield. "'•FIVE ROOM HOUSE, 90 FT. front, with five lots, W. Ave. G. • Good location, would have to be ~ r ~" repaired, will sell worth the money. Floyd Porterfield. 24-3t REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) It No Answer Phone 3158-R 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 much as there is no city in the country where racial and religious prejudices are less manifest by the majority but where the "minorities" are less tolerant of self-re spect, decenl pride and free opinion among Ihe quiet and mannerly ma jorily, the first of these gestures by tended only to compensate the the governor has been plainly in- mechanized bawling of the Communists and the polilical actionists Oklahoma City figuring lo continue I its losing ways against Oklahoma A. & M. in a night game. A turnout of 26.000 is expected to be on hand at Memphis lo sec whether Arkansas or Ole Miss will be successful in rebounding. Bolh fell last week, the Razorbacks before Texas and the Rebels before little Louisiana Tech. A principal attraction for Mem- phians will be the homecoming of Ken Holland, who did his high school playing at the Tennessee city and now is Ihe sparkplug of! the Porkers. | The Razorbacks are due lo rely largely upon their ground game, but with Clyde Scotl back at his wingback slot — from which he is mighly.j-. ; adcpt at pass snagging — some surprises may be in store for tho Rebs. Ole Miss' best chance is seen to be through tho air, Arkansas took a 19-0 decision Joey Fontana 131 Brooklyn -1 of the C - L °- as Joey iontana, 131, Bipoklyn, J. . to Michigan City, Ind.—Jimmy Toyce ,134, Gary, Ind., knocked out Roy Lewis, 134 1-2, Muncie, 4. By United Press Pittsfield, Mass.— Oscar Wiliams, 142, Pittsfield, knocked out eonard Ceasar, 138, New Orleans, (7). Burlington, Vt. — Buster Beaupre, 139, Burlington, outpointed Joe Gillis, 137, Boston (10). Philadelphia— Billy Nixon, Philadelphia, knocked : out • 144, Billy •Justine, 142, Philadelphia (7). Fall River, Mass — Leo Maccuci, 129, Portland, Me., drew with Tony Costa, 129, Woonsocket, R. I. (10 1. m . )y concerp to lhe Slate Department of the national government, but certainly no official affair of the governor of New York, it is generously recognized, in jus tice to Mr. Dewey, that here is a mock-issue in a state campaign which has been substituted for the old synthetic Irish question, now happily solved. A little tail-twisting at the expense of the British Lion can make no difference one way or another in the settlement of the Palestine affair, but, where silence might be falsely construed as hostility lo lhe cause, lhe governor is generally conceded the privilege of sounding the familiar ingratiating —Danny M-ir | no '- e tin, 160-1-2, Newark,"outpointed Don I :( ' ? Washington, a bashful invcsti- Fllin is? Aiiintin rrtv (u gallon of organizations which have UUs, Io7, Atlantic City (ti>. * pmi Qr con \ ributcd money in tne interests of causes and candidates ^as revealed that the C. I. O.'s po- jiilical action commitlee taught its lessons too well for its own good. nancing political leagues to advocate certain tax policies favorable to itself, contrary to law, while the Communist party and subsidiaries of the C. I. O. pursued lhe same "eclucalional" aims among the cil- izens, also for lhe purpose of shaping government policies, with immunity and technical dignity The campaign is over ;md the only question to be settled by the count is the exlent of the swing of political feeling among the voters. At many points, the. defendants founri themselves ndoot'ie t hn on- position's arguments and posilions, as wnen IVir. iruman aec-uni'iuieu meal or lhe reasons advanced long ago by lhe opponents ot O. P. A. and the Republicans flattered the P A C, which before they had only condemned as un-American by imitating ils methods to pile up the registralion and scare the voters to the polls lest they forfeit their sacred heritage by default. last The way they look from here: Texas over Rico: Our hand trembles but il's belle; to stick with a good thing. Arkansas over Ole Miss; It look one of the nation's best to hand the Razorbacks their only defeat so far; the Rebels aren't in vhat category. Besides, Barnhill's boys are picking up more steam right along. A. & M. over Baylor: Figuring 10 Bears are too far in Ihc dumps a snap oul of them. Missouri over SMU: This one ould be a thriller, and this sclec- on is no more than a guess. Oklahoma A. & M. over TCU: Ve slill think the Aggies can't lose orevcr. and it they ever return to ieir old winning ways this should e it. District Four Booneville at Morrilton Hartford at Paris St. Anne's (Fort Smilhi al Mena (Thursday Danville al Dardancllc Wodron ;it rccnwood District Five Wynne at Helena Giiletl al Clarendon Parkin al Stuttgart Dewilt at Holly Grove Somerville, Tonn., at Marianna (non-district) (Thursday District Six Crossed at Dermotl Euclora at Portland England at Sheridan Gould at Star City McGehce at Lake Village Warren at Dumas Watson Chapel at While Hall tanopga, Detroit over Drake Boston College over Hilnnova, Geneva over Carnegie Tech. Saturday: East Delaware over Drcxel, New York over Gettysburg, Connecticut over Lenigh, Penn Slate over Colgate, Wesleyan over Amherst, Brown over Boston University, Yale over Coast Guard, Syracuse over West Virginia, Uutik ers over George Washington, Columbia over Dartmouth, Rochester over Hamilton, L'uc'..iicll over Lalayette. Muhlonbcrg over Franklin Marshall, Bates over Maine, New Hampshire over Vermont, Midwesl Indiana over Nebras- vard. Penn over Navy :Tony Minisi — — Football Score By The Associated Press West Liberty (W. Va.J Teachers 31; Davis-Elkins 0. West Virginia Tech 26; Concord 0 Middle Tennessee Cumberland Univ. 0. Tchrs 28; Murray OOkla lAggies 12; Bacone Indian College 12 (tie». In the 1944 campaign it had a mono poly of unique and adroit methods of persuading and even forcing union members to register and, moreover, to vote In lhat contest it may be remembered, the regis- tralion laws were stretched out ol Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners HALL'S Hatter* 208 N. Ferguion recognizable shape by zealous and .. (slightly lawless shop committees I who brought the registration books to the shipyards and war factories and even laid off workers who refused to register or vote. The charge was "un-unionlike conduct" in that registration and voting were duties of citizenship and that persons who willfully neglected their civic duties were not good union men and women. This year the "educational" methods of ihe P. A. C have been adopted almost whole by elements of the Republican side ,bul with the arguments arid alarms reversed There has been no apparent coercion, but none has been needed anyway, 'or alarm and resentment have taken the place of compulsion as prac tised in the original version. The apathetic element of 191U seems u j have learned the lesson, preached by the P .A. C., that only by registration and votes are elections won Following President Truman's abandonment of the control of prices of meat and of the principle of price control altogether , the A and P. Grocery stores were mobbed as they reopened by permission of the teamsters' union, a special protege of the late com- rnonder-in-chief. This was the "par tial monopoly" recently found guilty of restraining interstate com merce whose own interstate commerce had been throttled tight by a union enjoying special monopolistic privilege granted in the interests of free trade between the states. At the same time, the same federal court condemned the same defendant for organizing and fi- Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT AS60. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete information write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS (Camden) District Seven Dierks at Nashville Boarden at'Norphlet (Thursdayi Catholic High (Tcxarkanaj at Horatio Ashdown al Prescott Mineral Springs at Foreman Rison at Fail-view (Camclen) (non-district) District Eight Murfreesboro at Magnet Cove Cabot at Carlisle Subiaco at Catholic High (Little Rock) Sunday) (non-district) Deaf School at Bauxite • The firs U. S. oil svell was drilled in 1850. spurred the Middies to a close win over the Quakers a year ago but .his time he is weariny a Penn i.nii- !orm — and will be on the winning side again. Oklahoma A. & M. over Texas Christian: Bob Fenirnorc .'s back n tip-top shape iind the Cowboys should start roaming again under the lights tonight. Ohio State over Minnesota: It George Washington's salary as resident was $25,000 a year. FREE Your name and address on a penny postcard or letter brings you a sample copy of Clockcr Fields Daily Ratings. NO COST — NO OBLIGATION COCKER FIELDS 204 E. 41st St., New York, N. Y. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made npw $3 Down— Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 411 S. Hoxel BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Rcpairi HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 269 Hope, Ark. nas been a long time since a Min- .lesota team has come into a Big Nine fray pointing, with pride, to ts aerial attack. II won't be jnough. Ohio State. California over Washington: For 'he second straight Saturday tho Huskies will sec more of the stale ot California ihan they desire. California. Michigan over Illinois: The II- lini haven't beaten Michigan since .hey upset Tom Harmon and company in 1939.. They'll have xo wait' another year at least Michigan. Missouri over Southern Melhodist: Since lhal first game, against Texas, Missouri has travelled :'or- .v'ard every week despite a long injury list. Missouri. Skipping over the rest in a hurry: Friday: San Jose Slate over Brigham Young, Miami over Cliat- Doug f ITV Carl Bacon >•*! I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 ka, Northwestern over College •>! Pacific, Purdue over Pitlsburgh, Michigan Stale over Cincinnati. Marquette over Arizona, Ouiahoma over Iowa State. South: Alabama over Kentucky, North Carolina over Florida, kansns over Mississippi. Tech over Auburn, Mississippi Slate over Tuhinc. North Carolina Stale over VPI, Louisiana i5late over Vtmderbilt. GcorKia over Furman, Washington S: Leo over Richmond. William M,.;y over VMI. Southwest: Texas A & M over Baylor, Tex;is Ttch over Denver, Tulsa over Kansas. Far West: Utah over Wyoming, Colorado over New Mexico, Colorado A & M over Colorado College, Utali State over Montana, Oregon SUite over Washinmoi State, Oregon over Idaho, UCL/r over Santa Clara. York is one of Ihc oldest settlement;; in England. Farming is the principal business of Cyprus. "Complete service for your car" 1 "' MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Dally 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main GENERAL I AUTO REPAIRING J Batteries Recharged Shop equipment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work,'see HOMER COBB Hlfhway 67 Phone 57 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division Sf, Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop •OUR smtci MUST EI of THE BIST!, ni MUST BE, because that's a tradition with this company. MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member of our service-with-a-smilo staff. 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 See Us For . . . INSURANCE Our Companies G've You Complete Protection Plus 20% 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 1 for homes in Hope. Also many calls for farm property. Faster- Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Clean OUR MOTTO IS 'SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 945 Hope, (ASH-.-- in10Minutes! isf ..U Borrow money from ui on your 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 want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually get* you the cash. Ask for Mr. Mccarty, ot Hope Auto Co. riJdy, Offob*r, W, i HOPE STAR, HO ft, A R K A N S A 9 OZARK IKE Chit*: rounq By Ray Gd»o WELL, LET'S SEE WE'VE GOT SOME WINDOWS THAT NEED WASHING- THERE ARE 1 LdAVES TO BE RAKED--OUR BASEMENT NEEDS" tsi^ CLEANING - - ARE YOU JUST STANDING THERE TRYING" TO SPOJL MV NOUSE GIVE POOR, HUNGRY, TARVING MAN A MEAL ? APPETITE ? GOOFY LOOKIN" HORSE CAN REALLY TRAVEL... PUT M£ ON THAT NA&, OZARK...I'LL SHOW YUH HOW — r Bdor 'EM HOME AT PIMLICO/ WAITLL YOU COME DOWN, ...you AIN'T -SEEN „ AN ALSO TH' BEST JOCKEY ON TH' EAST COAST/ SIDE GLANCES CARNIVAL By Gaibraith By Dick Turner Mtchael O^MaHev i R a | D h Lane THE DOUBLES HAVE AIWAV5 HATED THE UTS EVER SINCE MOTHER FIRED THEIR FATHER AS CARETAKER. AND SHIV DOUBtE- *"" I THOUGHT WE COULD SIMPLY DRIFT DOWN ON THE LEDGE, VIC. BY-10 O'CLOCK, WE SHOULD BE NEAR ENOUGH TO \, SOMETHING, EVEN IF TO SEE WHAT, \ BE AN ANS61, HONEYBEE? BROTHER/ HARDV, DARLINfi, CUP GET BOPPED? /AND LET VIC HANDW THIS. IT'S HIS WE CAM SAVE THE VITAL STATISTICS UNTIL LATER, JANET. 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