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Hope, Arkansas
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^i™,?-7^y 'J'ff»M)Y<MnriV*»ftWrK«»»)P#l*IW b A t, H 6 P R, A K K A MSA S Snlimlny, CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One® — '• Wbfds Day Days Days Month .45 .90 l.SO 4.50 6.00 .50 Navy landing Party 15 45 .90 l.SO 20 60 1.20 2.00 21 to 25 75 1.50 2.50 'to 30 . .. .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 " 35 . 1.05 2.10 3.5U 10.50 36' to 40 ... 1.20 ?.40 4.00 12.00 4L to 45 ... 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 «a to 50 .... 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 . , Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casn in Advance •-Not Taken Over the- Phone Lost BILLFOLD, NEAR POSTOFFICE, .Keep money, return billfold pictures and papers to Mrs. John 1 Keck. 215 North Hervey St. 26-3t Wonted •*>-"' ' SO'-ME'N" AND WOMEN TO OR-» *-• g an i zc flying club. Phone 282' Cor lT.n» details. Hope airport. 26-3t For Sale ACTION ICE CREAM freezers. Southern Ice Co. Phone 72. ... ,. 22-6t ,CH:EST.; FINE. ,F,CLR. FISH^ -,„ ing and, .hunting.,, and. ,-Picnics. « . Southern Ice Co. Phone 72. 22-6t ^SHINGLES. CYP11ESS . (HEART » . and. sap) Pine. Hope Shingle Co. . 8th and Grady Streets. 23-61 ...-FARMALL TRACTOR WITH double disc braker, 18 inch Tan- turn disc, Two row planters, two row cultivators, Equipment in good condition, located at my farm, 12 miles south of Prescott on Highway no. 29 E. H. Weaver. 24-6t Services Offered TOR ESTIMATES ON' INSIDE VE-1 netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal"blinds and awnings, Write Riley Cooper. 1909 West 17th St. Texarkaha, Texas. IS-lmo Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED. APPLY Hugo Elkins at HiUartta Ciifc. Phone 973. 22-Gt Wonted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- Hire, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you'.' Phone 01. 23-2mo Some Surprises in High School Football Play By The Asaociatecl Press Haces for district lilies and spots in iieNt inoiUb's stnlo v I nun pi mi- shit) playoff remained virtually un-> changed in last night's round of sparrinR nn Arkansas high'school gridirons, whore thorc \vci"- more oUrpriscs thnn results which de- .•idod some-thing, The "cucial" District Two Real Estate for Sale "W. C. Talonu Jr.. 08. feeds ball as Navy runs plays; on. beach at Martha's Vineyard. Mass.. where middies b-i'.an practice lor lough, schedule. BUY ONE OF THESE HILL TOP home sites across from the Country Club for your country home —electricity available— gas line adjacent to property—road to be black topped. One 2'/i acre, one 4 acre, two 5 acre, and one 6 acre tract left—priced to sell. ALSO— 80 ACRE PECAN OR V _ chard with good six room house, |£re due to' see two games at the New York, Oct. 26 — (ff\— Ap- 120,000 iootball :Cans barn, qut buildings, good water, of ion 120 Polo- Grounds this week-end. To- fine pasture. 6. miles south Hope. SANDY;LAND farni oh good , - room . out buildings. Six miles south of• ; Q - — coa( , necl by Wallace Wade Hope. On school bus and mnilj. evel . was benten by more -;han :!3 day's Army-Duke tussle is a sellout of more than 59,000 seats and the . vn Giants and, Bears expect to oat ^.i,i '60,000.tomorrow if vhe. :Mredepart- ivill let them sell route. points — a mark 600 ACRE STOCK AND COTTON I s%ho ^ ld , b ? l V. f - "' - x ' "* ' lp "' ' ^ p which Army & ?y f ELECT.ROLUX FOR BU- tane. good- condition. Bargain, See Jim Wilson, Columbus, Ark. ' '-• 24-3t *i fi * «.t -GANG DISC, FRONT SECTION 7 T ft. back section 8 ft. Verdis Moses Patmos, Ark. 24-6t 1 SEVEN FOOT FRIGIDAIRE, IN good condition. A bargain. Phone 199-W. 24-6t combination farm. 5 houses and b.arnsi over-flowing wells, net '"-' wire and barb wire fencing. 1551'"- _,. acres of merchantible timber, 200 I.J ne Giants acres of creek bottom land. A tomorrow real bargain at $25 per acre. See Foster-Ellis. 108. East Second, Hope, Arkansas. 2G-3t Porkers Are Favored Over Mississippi Memphis, Tcnn., Oct. 26 —(.I 5 )— Ruling heavy favorites, ihc University of Arkansas Razor-bucks meet "Ole Miss' Rebels here today Duke Expected to Give Army Plenty Trouble New York, Oct. 36 — (7Pi The i..i- Luckman toss6d j seven | j n a game expected to draw one "'of the largest crowds in the Mem- a record wnicn he won't threaten Square Shooter A North Carolina sportswrlter phis football history. Arkansas carries a record o£ one defeat — and that by powerful Texas — a tie and three wins into the game, while Mississippi has a country celebrates Navy Day today but the eyes of football followers will be on the Army us ihc nation's No. 1 team seeks its 24th straight victory. Topped by the Army-Duke clash at the Polo Grounds, big gomes and sell-out crowds are the rule in virtually every sector. And Hkc Army, the rest of 'ihe unbeaten elevens face formidable competition. Despite losses to Tenessee and North Carolina State, Wallace Wade's Blue Devils present an imposing challenge to the Cadets. A powerful Duke line averaging I!U5 pounds is the- obstacle Cadets es Texas Christian Oklahoma City, Oct. 20 — —A spectacular 100-yard touchdown dash by Texas Christian's little Carl Knox in the last few minutes of play sent chills up and down die spines of 20.000 partisan ians here Ur.st night but the Krogs bailed to convert and the Oklahoma Aggies eked out a 7-(i decision. A strong TCU line stvmied classic between Van Buren's Pointers nnd the Fayctlovillo Bulldogs wound up in a ti-(i draw, which left Clair Bales' Van Burenitcs in i'irst place and still favored, and the Bulldogs in clnso pursuit. Van !3uicnn has only two weak foes left to play. The Pointers took the opening dckol'f and marched 70 yards to score in (he initial quarter. Fay* eUeville tied it up early in ihc second frame and neither team .vns able lo muster, scoring punch from thei'L- on. It was the second tie in district competition for Faycttcvillu nnd stands as UK; only blot on Van Buren's otherwsc all-victorious record. Subiaco .idle this week, took over undisputed leadership 5n the Fourth District us previously undefeated Morrilton was tumbled, 12-6, by an eleven. Marvin underdog 8 Lindsay's Booncvillc Magnolia powerhouse while uirther assorting its might with a 7-6 decision over Tcxarkana, the defending state champion, in a nun-district affair 93 ACRE FARM city limits tenant house barrel and Davis with the other.' all fenced and. cross fenced, ele- would use Wingback Clyde -" 'THREE BEAUTIFUL CHINESE l ~T ChowS, '!''eleven month's"'Old, I 2.V-. yr, old, male. 1 2la' year old "*" female bred. Well ' sell cheap. S.ee Wade Warren. 25-6t SCREEN WIRE, RUBBER TIRED wheelbarrows, welding rods of all kinds, large tarpaulins, skill saw blades, blocks and lines, lumber conveyors. C: D. Lauterbach, 510 South Walnut, Telephone 900. 25-3t TWO FILLIES, 3 AND 5 YEAR old, 1 three year old mule, 2 pair of smooth; mouth mules. See R. C Campbell, Critchlow Farm, Emmet. Rt.. 2. ' 26-3t - MTSCELLANEOtJS HOUSEHOLD i,~_- furniture. 422 South Main St. 26-3t Ite TON STUDEBAKER truck, long wheel base, 12 foot stake body. Low mileage. New ' ; condition. Monroe Kent, Patmos. Ark, 26-3t SIX NEW INNERSPRING MAT- tresses. Martin Phone 119. Mattress Co. 26-3t Notice ^DRIVING TOCALIFORN I A, around November 1st. Can take two, share expenses. References, Phone- 989-J. 26-3t MATERIALS ARE GOING H1GH- ,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 ctricity. A bargain. Floyd Porter. field. NICE SIX ROOM. HOUSE, MOD- ern, hardwood floors. E. Third St,, walking distance. :53,000. 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 repaired, will sell worth the money. .Floyd Porterfield. 24-3t Fights Lost Might . . . . "No," Wade replied vhoupht- fully. "I'd need an aulomalic, I'd have lo have another shea Arnold Tucker.' Yeah, and he'd have to shoot them on the wing, too. Weak End Items ,Ray Peterson, Utah U. fullback, has place kicked 15 consecutive conversions this season and. when Pete has been out of ihe lineup his subs also have had a perfect record Yale is worried about By The Associated: Press Chicago—Elmer. "Violent" Ray, (for old Eli. 198,. Hastings,, Fla. knocked out -eorge Parks, 180, Washington, 3. New OrleansT—Charlie Hayes, 161, Detroit, outpointed. Louie Rousse, 158; New Orleans, 10. Detroit—Jake Lamotta,. 159 1-2, New York, 1 knocked out O'Neill Bell, 152, Detroit, 2. Eli Jackson's left shoulder, which , keeps giving him trouble despite j the strong br.ace he wars. It's the same sort of injury that bothered j Clint Frank-when he was starring in tne encounter. The orostwhilc Naval Academy star missed hist week's Texas game because of a hip injury. Probable lineups: Arkansas Baldwin . By United; Press New York. (St. Nicholas Arena}— Billy Graham, 14V, New York, out- pointed Doll Rafi'erty, 141, Milwaukee, (10). Rumford, Me.,.—Bob pooler, 137, Portland', drew with Paul- Blonde, 138, Lisbon, (8). Footbalt Score By- The Associated Press Jan : Jose (Calif •')State 14;. Brigham Young 0. Lively Gouncc Thomas Franklin .... Vlinor Hamilton .... Pipkin Fowler Pritchard ... Shaddox Missouri Valley 39; Shuntleff 111 : Los Angeles Loyola 14; Redlands FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GREET' ing cards. See or call Dove Knott, • Phone 959-W. 322 West Division St. . , 26-3t WOMAN'S, INTUITION Chicago, Oct. 26 —(/P)—Mrs. Anna Payne,, 50* a clerk in a loop candy a young man in the shop made her nervous and her intuition void her hat he was going to- rob her. The customer who received Uie whispered information walked up California Tech 19; Occidental 6. Maryville (Mo) Tchrs 20; William Jewell 0. (Kas 37; McPherson 0. Washington 7; St. Martin's 6 Denver "BV 32; Scottsbluff Jr. College 0. Arizona State Flagstaff 19; Western Colo. State 3. St. Olaf 7; Augsburg 0. Louisville 20;'Georgetown (Ky) 0. store, confided-to a customer xhat Mankato Tchrs 21; Winona For Rent TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, lights. Mrs Frisby, Hope Rt. 4,, 2 miles south of Depot on Patmos, road. 24,3t searched him. Mrs. Payne fainted )ut she was revived by the customer—Detective John Finn. Finn said the youth, who was :arrying a revolver, had told him le planned to hold up Mrs. Payne Dut she was so nervous that she made him nervous. He was held by police. FRONT-, BEDROOM,- ADJOINING bath, to working girls or boy. 615 West Division,'Phone 361-M. 26.3t * REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS '• and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-B 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 the youth, drew a gun and Legal Notice •N6^6589' : Irirth.e Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. B. C. HQI^LIS, Plaintift vs. LE LT " '"LG" RG "RE" "QB RH PB Mississippi Poole Evickson Blackwell Fenimore and ran 27 yards around loft end to score. Armstrong converted. Knox made his lightning dash a few .seconds later, taking the Ag- kickoff. It was the second ... Blanchard and Davis and ihcir I time the ISO-pound inilback had teammates have to hurdle.- Notre Dame goes to Iowa City tor a real, lest with Iowa's Hawk- eyes, noted on two occasions in the past for toppling the Irish on Iowa soil. The Hawkoyes did :t :m 1921 when they ended Knutc .RocKne's '20-gamo winning .streaU. und again in 1QH9 when liliner 'Lnycien '.ook an unbeaten team lo Iowa City. A played this season. Harry Mullins failed to score the extra point. At Ihe end of the first half. Ihe Frogs' Charlie Jackson intercepted a Fenimore pass and ran 70 yards lo Ihc tfoal but officials said tiir.L 1 ran out before the ball was snapped. Davis ... Brown .. Hamley Smith, .... Bowcii Conncrly .. Salmon .. Jenkins ed for the encounter. Another of the current big three risks its record when Texas meets Rice in Houston in a g.'imc that may sand the balance of ihc Southwest Conference campaign into a consolation race. is cx » )ccl -| TEXARKANA BANKER DIES Texarltana, Oct. 20 •- (UP) — Funeral services arc planned .at Tcxarkaiv. today for 04-j ear-old H. H. Brown who died yesterday of a heart attack. A native of Cheuokee, Kan.. Brown moved to f-fti ,-, . i . , , , .. ,. I V_.i tlJ VMI\ W 1.- , IV t* ill. 1J1VWII IIIUV1.14 LIJ The South is loaded with big Texarkana in 1904 where he on- ames, too. Tonnes-see, ranking , tcrccl lhe banking business. At the Jo 4, faces a tartar in Wane I-or- timc ot his dontll hc; wns lhc m . ln . Minn Tchrs 7. Marietta 18; Wilmington (Ohio) 0. Midland 40; Chadron G. Nebraska Wesleyan 20; Tarkio (Mo) 7. Doane 13; Keaney (Neb) Tchrs 7. Presbyterian 25; Stelson 0. Bowling Green (Ohio) 13; Canisius 7. Cape Girardeau (Mo) Tchrs 27; Missouri Mines G. Oklahoma Aggies 7; Texas Christian G. Springfield (Mo) Tchrs 25; Tak- lequah (Okla 21. Baker 13 ; Bethel 7. Superior (Wis) Tchrs 7; River Falls Tchrs 7 (tie. North Dakota State 32; Augus- tana (S. D.) 0. Pittsburg (Kas) Tchrs 7 ;Southwestern 6. Central (Mo) College 25; Culver- Stockton 13. Arkansas "B" Team Defeats Arkansas Tech; Russellville,. Oct. 26 —(/P)—Arkansas Tech suffered its first defeat in two seasons last night by falling before the University of Arkansas reseve eleven, 12-7. Daugherty intercepted a. Tech pass and galloping 99 yards for the Shoals' decisive tally in the second period'. Both teams counted in the opening quarter. Thigpen of Tech slipped through from the "B" 34 to score. After moving the ball to Techs 15, Jaber took 'the ball :"or six plunges to score tor the Razor- jacks. Then Daugherty made his .ensational run that iced the game. Arkansas "B" intercepted several Tech passes to Stymie the wonder Boys' chances of scoring ROY MORGAN. & WILLIE. MOR-j Bergen (NJ) Jr. College 38; First CAN, Defendants _ __ .[Army (New York) 0. The Defendants Roy Jvlorgan and Willie Morgan, his wife, are warned' to appear in this court within thirty days and' answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, B. C. Follis. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 12 day of October 1946. W. S. Atkins. Atty. for Plaintiff Lylo Brown, Att'y. Ad Litem (SEAL) C. E. Weaver, Clerk. By Omera Avans, D. C. Oct. 12.-19-2&-NOV. 2. Job Printing/ Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have- complete line of printed Christmas Card* Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space' Cleaners HALL'S HUGH |, HAU, Qwnff N. F«rg«ion Hotter! West Chester (Pa Tchrs 13 East Slroudsburg (Pa) Tcnr's?. East Texas State 33; Austin 13. Simpson (la )20; Wartburg ;). Eastern Carolina Tchrs 19; New port News (Va) Apprentice fi No ost at Knoxvillo. Georgia voted .seventh strongest in ihe nation, plays at Furman and North Carolina, rn).ed No. 10, entertains 1'Mor- ida. . In thb Midwest, Michigan and .Illinois- clash in an important Big Nine contest before an expected 86,000. Minnesota goes to Columbus for a meeting with Ohio I'itatc and 75.000 arc expected. In non- conference competition, Indiana travels" lo Nebraska, Northwestern entertains College of Pacific, and Purdue,' invades Pittsburgh. University of California at Los Angelas,' the leader on the west coast .and currently ranking No. 5 in the nation, foregoes conference competition to moot Santa Clara. Southern California visits Stanford in the biggest sectional attraction. In the East, Navy has to take second billing to Army as the neadliner, annough the Middies will draw a bigger crowd simply because Franklin Field where the Middies meet Penn can hold ihe anticipated 75,000 .And Penn is favored to spoil the Navy's own day. Other Eastern standouts include Columbia at Dartmouth, Holy Cross at Harvard, Cornell at Princeton, Boston TJ. at Brown, Syracuse at West Virginia, and ' George Washington at Rutgers. In the Southern Conference, Alabama entertains Kentucky, Auburn plays at Georgia Tech. Louisiana State at' Vanderbilt and Mississippi State at Tulane. Southern Conference features are North Carolina nger of a finance company and M'ormor vice-president of a Texarkana bank. pi in a non-conference tilt. Oklahoma at Iowa State is the only Big Six contest. Southern Methodist nla.vs at Missouri and Kansas visits Tailsa. Kansas State is idle. In the Rocky Mountain area, Wyoming plays Utah and New Mexico visits Colorado. Denver meets Texas Tech in a night game. In the renewal of an old rivalry, Boston College edged Villanova 14-12 before 30,800 at Boston last night. In other leading Friday night contests, Detroit whipped Drake 33-C, and in lhe Oklahoma Aggies edged Texas Christian, 7-6, despite a 100-yard touchdown return of a kickoff by 150-pound Carl Knox for TCU's only score. n the second and fourth quarters. S"" t e . al " r ? s "»£ North Carolina I State-Virginia Tech, Rjchmond- Connie Mack was born Cornelius McGillicuddy. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN: MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana B8W Tuskegee Institute 15; More- douse 0. Peru 14: Hastings (Neb) 0. York (Neb) 17; Sterling Kas) 7. Central la 4t>; iowa wesuuyai p'ouihfjyitern' : (Texas) 33; Howard Payne 7. Boston College 14; Villanova 12 Moravian 27; Albright 20. Findlay (Ohioj 13; Adrian 0. Sam Houston State 12; North Texas State 0. Wisconsin "B" 32; Marquette "B 1 0. Mississippi Southern 20; Oklahoma City Univ 0. Detroit 33; Drake 6. Miami (Fla) .33; Chattanooga 13. Geneva (Pa 3G; Carnegie Tech 0. Fairmont (W-Va) Tchrs 7; Slippery Rock 0. Tusculum 3; Hiwassee 0. Wentworth Military 19; Principia (111) College 13. Kirksville (Mo) Tchrs 13; Eureka 111 0. Kansas State "B" 14; Nebraska "B" 14 (tie). Southeastern (Okla State 19; Northwestern (Okla) State 7. Capital (Ohio) 8; Kenyon (J. Millsaps 33; Southwestern (Memphis) 0. Henderson (Ark) State 19; East Central (Okla) State 12. Northeastern Okla) Jr. College 19; Eastern Okla Aggies 0, Idaho Jayvces 12; Boise Jr. Collego 7. Utah Branch Agricultural 0; Dixie College 0. Washburn 27; St. Benedicts 0. Alabama "B" 9; Mississippi "B" 0. Michigan State Jayvees 28; Wayne "B" 0. Pennsylvania Frosh 40; Rider 0. Villanova 150-LB 3; Pennsylvania 150-LB 0. Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHUR8T Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. Washington and Leu, and William and Mary-VMI. Overshadowed by the Texas-Rice duel, a big Southwest Conference amc pits Texas Aggies against laylor. Arkansas -plays Mississip- 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 Furniture Phone 152 411 S. Hq*el BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 269 Hope, Ark. , in the Third District, each added its • sixth victory by whipping Senrcy. 38-7. and Imboden Sloan- Hcndrix. 40-6, respectively. Augusta. however, dropped from the dis- ti'icts list of unbeaten teams by louinj* to McCrory, 7-0. The outcome kepi McCrory undefeated in lour starts. El Dorado .'incl Little Rock continued to build up for their crown- deciding clash of next week by scoring easy victories in the .First District. The Wildcats showed perhaps tile most power hist :-iight bv rolling over Pine Bluff, 32-6. Lil- llc Hock met stubborn resistance! from an putinanned Malvern out- i fit but triumphed, 33-0. A surprise in the First District found underdog Hot Springs outplaying and tying North Little Rock. Ci-(i. It was the third deadlock of Ihe season for the Northsidcrs and tb~ second tor the Trojans, both of v.-hom are out .of the title race. L;.ist night's results included: District One Little Rock 33; Malvern 0. 121 Dorado 32; Pino Bluff fi. North Little Rock (i: Hot Springs 0 (tie i. niytheville 13; Smackover 13 (tie). Hope 50; Cnrnden 0. Joncsboro 36; Forrest City. 0 (non-district). Magnolia -.7; Texarkana 6 (non : district). Fort Smith 13; Russellv'illo C. Foidyce 13; Mcnlicello 7 (non- district). District Two Fayetteville G; Van Buren (i (tie. Sprinedalc 13; Ahna 0. Rogel-s 18; Huntsville 0. Harrison 13; Siloam Springs G. Doug /"'ITY Carl Bacon v*l I • T Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Third Person Nabbed in Jewel Robbery Mot Springs, Oct. 25 •—(XP)~• Two of four persons ncciiscd. in the $(ir>, )0fl .jewel robbery here Tiionilo;. light were bound- over lo thu Glir- 1,'ind county gratul ;iur.y voduy as police reported thu. capture ot, a third, Benjamin I'.', Tilley, at Bos- ion, Mass. Following a preliminary hear- lnj{. Municipal Judge Vorn Ledgerwood bound Colonian G. Fole". alins Cicorjje Coloman, '10, over ' A the grand Jury under $.50,0011 bond on charges of burglary and grand larceny and a woman docketed as Mis. John Maxwell, 22. under 000 bond on charges of being aocessory to burglary and grand larceuy. John Maxwell also charged with jwrglary, grand larceny and un- 'awful iliglil to escape prosecution n connection with Ui# jewel theft, remained unaccounted i'or voday. All tour of thu persons charged are Crom Massachusetts, Poliij" 'aptiiin Jer.ry. Watson said. "'•' Watson said he had been notified that Massachusetts authorities had apprehended Tilley at Boston early this morning. Watson said Tillcy, Foley and Maxwell all had lengthy police records, Including convictions, Massachusetts. . The jewelry was taken :"rom ihe Esskay Art Gallerv on Central avenue in downtown Hot Springs cnrly Tuesday night. None of the loot .has ported recovered yet. District Thre cCrory 7. Augusta 0. Marked Tree 2(i; Puragould 0. Corning -iO; Imboden G. Bati'sviilo :«!; Senrcy 7. District Four Booncvillc 12: Morrilton ti. Paris-33- Hartford 0. Clarksvillc 14: Atkin.- District Five Helena-7; Wvnne 0. ' Stuttgart 8; Parkin 7. Brinkley 20: Newport 0 district). IJtrwiL! :iil: llDlly Grove 13. ivlarvi'll 18; l. ; :ia'i:ic ',). District Six Warren r> i.Ounias l-l. McGehce 14; Lake Village 6. Eudora 7; Ponland G. Dcrmott (i; Crossed 0. Star City 0; Gould 0 (ticj. District Seven • " Nashville 13: Dierks G. Horatio 19; Glenwood 0. Prescott 2S; Ashdown 0. Decjuoen 0: Iclabel, Okla. .0 (lie) tnun-dislrict. District Eight Bauxite 25: Duiif School 12. Gurclon 27; Amity 7. "Complete service for youc-car" MAGNOLIA 303 i SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Dally 3rd & Laura) Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auro Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged. Shop equipment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 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. 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Foster - Ellis *'' Real Estate 4 Insurance 10$ East Second Phone 221 WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Cleon OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Qvercup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Past Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 24$ Hope, Arkansas Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend yo« all you need if we possibly can/ regardless of where you live. The more you wont the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. A»k for Mr. McLgrty, gt Hope Auto Qs>* H 0-P E S T A R, H 0 f t, ARKANSAS OZARK IKE By Rav GbHo BUT EVENKI THE NEW J MAN IS *? A LITTLE ). TIRED O HO&'fc .US PAtPlGLDS HAVE GOtTA GIT TH'SLAUGH 'M SO TIRED — HAD SUCH A HARD TIME AT THE OFFICE TODAY WASH. UP S AND HAVE A ( NICE SUPPER, > NOU'LL FEEL. NAG IS TASTER'N A SIX- LEGGED; OREYHOUND ...BUT (GROAN) HE'S ALUERGICTO RIDERS/ LES • GIT , MOVIN..» WHEN BWJTH6RS By Michael O'Malley V Ralph Lane SIDE GLANCES CARNIVAL By Gaibraith By Dick Turner r IT 5 .12 AFTER 10. THAT MUSIC'S STOPP6D AND THERE'S NO #IGN OP CLIP. THE SEARCHLIGHT V OUT.': WHAT HAPPENED ? switched 1 on the .searchlight and headed for the: ledge. There-was SOM6EODY. SHOT; IT : DUCK YOUR PRETTY HEAD-WHILE BLAKE AND.I TAKEOVER/ afa and a tinkle, and the light went out. WE CAN'T BE MORE THAN HALF A • MILE PROM THE LEDGE, AND I DON'T HEAR— E= HOID IT.'. WHAT'S THAT? . ^^ IT'S MUSIC, ' DARLING. THE BLUE DANUBE. SOMEONE'S-- OH, HARDY, I CAN't, STAND ANY MORE OF THIS/ SOMETHING'S, cone VtKOHQ! QUIET! THAT WAS A SPLASH/ WASH TUB3S ITS MADDENING To VES,,.IT'S'S5VE«PsL MILES | ROUUING \ " C'IMW THAT HOLE 'IS /SBOUT -EVEN WITH. SET THIS CLOSE TO TO THE. WESft, TOBV; BUT THERE CLOUD! ARE THERE OF THE 5UEP|N€^KH-. IN ' MUST BE SOME OTHER. SJPO.SED. TO BE ANN' CNJES UNDER :' . .. THM'D BE ABOUTA-QUftRTER-INlE NORTH O'HEW ' STOPPEO BM- THIS SHPiRP TH' O IOOWH 1 HOLE UNLESS IT REPRESENTS •OWE SECRET PfcSSfsGE THIS BED ? / VES... I ICE CWJES! ' DONALD DUCK COPB.1M«'BY NE/k SERVICE, IKC. T. M. REO. U.S. PAT. OFF. "You mean you ain't got nothing at all—not even for medicinal purposes?" By Walt DJsney Can't yon take a-joke, Mr. Jones? I didn't mean it when rsqidj'dbel you had plenty of nork chops in the icebox!" BO>/S...r'A\ OFF TO WORK! FRECKLI3 AttD HIS FRIENDS F'INNY BUSINESS Hershberaer WHERE IS YOUR YOUNG- I JETTISONED MISS /THE CREW HOME ' TUCK = THEM WITHOUT PAMSPORTATIOW Bv Carl Andersoa ( ELOISE -1 LOVE S YQUB HAT ! Bur HOW WHO CARES'. WILL,THEY THIS IS OUR. GET HOME? /AMSWER. To TWIRP , SEASON / NOW —WHO \ ANYBODY HERE IS GOING TO PAY JGOT fclb.4-5 THESE CHECKS ? /IN HIS BACK We tied him onto a slab to begin with—il's easier than .rolling him over on one afterward!'" BvV.-T. Haiiilin AULEY OOP Thimble Theater •-AN' IT'S'TIME YOU LEARN HOW T'BcAi) •> FIDDLESTICKS,' IT X ANYHOW THE?.!:' 5 WOULDN'T HURTCHAA SOCIAL OBLIGATIONS NONE IF Y'PID.' THAT SENT5.IN HIGH DON'T) Y'OUGHTA £=T / POSITION GOT MARRIED ;OW SEE H=l?E,.WHeN I/fvW GOSH ASREE9 T'TAICE THIS/ TAKE IT EASY.' ASSISTANT KINS JOB, ' ONLY fQK THE THERE WJWH'T \ ONATIO(->BA HOTHIN'SAIO ASOUT\KA?TA MARRY HAVIN' A DAME WISHES NOW &IT UP'OFF.'N Trt ! FLOOR AN'GO CAL 1 . 0NJH' v-o'jivls LADY AND H5S"- 1 ' SHE 5EWT ME L POWW TO HELPJ CLEAR THEMJ AWAV HOW MANY MORE POES SHE HAVE Up THERE., OSCAR <£&&'& \ym. \ttj BY MCA SERVICE. IHC. T U BtO H ,, ^tgC^J , \300Vv >^x LOOK III TO PICK OUR FR\tNO With Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams WHY WOULPN'T HE? THUTry YEAK.S OF WORRYIM 1 ABOUT HIS JOB, MY JOB, VOUR JOB AM' A THOLJSAN' OTHEES.' HMMP--HE GAVE VOU A SHOET ANSWER.-- VDU'RE LUCKY A GUY LIKE HIM GIVE VOLJ _ EVEN THAT.' v. \ 7HE CRAB, HE AIM'T EVEN) CIVIL- HE MUST HAVE A EMM.' MOD S/MDY{GET BACK rf <?( SPLEMDlD,^ rT-~«~- £$ INTO THE ' * IA MISS MISIAT/^ SWEET A^YWQppWORli, RICH CONTRALTO ^ AT A H/V=> PRECISELY DESIRED I'LL BET ALL HIS HEROES ARE RADIO, MOVIE, BASEBALL AND SO ON" BUT TH 1 SUY WHO'S RESPONSIBLE FOR. HIS BREAD AM 1 BUTTER IS A LOUSE.' $6- ANO DOM'T FOR&eT X'VE GOT FIRST CALL/ /$ MftKE A DOZENS . RECORDS / By Fred Harmon f fOX, Tw'O »v£e^6 1'^= I-AiD ^ 52 \ -tlY'S" TO ~ 55=^ C-'" Wr-2 1C TCVX r\ UTl'tE £ARL1 SHOT >'£ ;\"r; 3^ .THIS so-CART AUTUAMvi INiDOOR. SPOKTS*

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