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*MOMMtt!Se^iiM»**«^^ stAi, HO PR, ARKANSAS Mnnrfny, 2ft, CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be Ifl Office Day Before Publication of One ThreOik One®— — — Words Day Days Days Month fop.ialo 45 16 to 20 60 21 to 25 75 28 to 30....'.. .90 31'to 3S- 1.05 36 tO'40 1.20 41 to 45 1.35 48 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 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous * * Insertions Only > All Want Ads casn in Advance !• Not Taken Over the Phone Lost mi3,FOLD. NEAR POSTOFFICE, /Keep money, return billfold ptc- , tures and papers to Mrs. John ' Keck, 215 North Hervey St. <!6-3t Wanted ,20 MEN AND WOMEN TO OR- ganize flying club. Phone 2821 for details.-Hope airport. M-AI •FIVE GOOD ~ MILCH COWS. • fresh, W. A. AUord, Hope. Rt. 3. * - 28*3t Services Offered FOR ESf 1MATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds arid awnings. Write RUey Cooper, 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana. Texas. 15-lmb Help Wonted WAITRESS WANTED. APPLY Hugo Elkins at Hillhvcto Cafe. Phone 973. 22-Ct Fair Enough By Weitbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1948 By King Featurei Syndlcat|. Wonted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo New York, Oct. 23 — I, read a lot of Hollywood columns and sport pieces and when 1 read that George Raft is really a very tough man on or off and that Leo'Du- rocher, the manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers; runs to fires With Kaf£, I think of the time that a .fellow claimed that he was j trimmed with loaded dice in a craps game in Durocher's apartment in New York. Then I want to know more. How tough is Raft, the great Hollywood actor and celebrity, 1 want to know, and is he really a gangster and, if so, how about some details? And, if Durocher is Real Estate for Sole _..., ni^rf n r< iptrc-cir MTT T TOP ' so chummy with Hollywood char BUY ONE. OF THESE HILL_TOP acters _ £, rkSf one Sp0 rt writer called them recently — that a baseball writer can't get into his dress ing-room during the season, and he hangs around places frequented by gamblers and lends his apartmen Eor Sale •TRIPLE ACTION ICE CREAM freezers, Southern Ice Co. Pho.ne 72., 22-6t ICE CHEST, FINE FOR FISH' ing and hunting, and picnics. „ Southern Ice Co. Phone 72.22-61 .SHINGLES. CYPRESS (HEART and sao) Pine. Hope .Shingle Co. . 8th and Grady Streets. , 23-61 home sites across from the Conn .try.'iClub for your country home —electricity available— gas line adjacent to property—road to be black topped. One 2>A acre, one 4 acre, two 5 acre, and one 6 acre tract left—priced to sell. to Ra£t for a dicing party in which , a chump is taken for $18.500 on ALSO— 80 ACRE PECAN OR- thirteen straight passes,, all four; chard with good six room house, i and tens again, why not give u: • . - s -> -" —-> -—i— a tell? That is a reporter's busi ness, especially the business of a columnist who goes in for punditry If your interest is like mine. bai'n, out buildings, good water, fine pasture. 6 miles south of Hope. Bowl 'Em Over Play. Quartct-of Eli players study one of Howie Odcll's formations, with which Yale hopes lo bowl over Dartmouth at New Haven. Nov. 2. Appropriately using bowling and duekpin balls to represent men in the demonstration arc, left lo right, Lcvi Jackson, John Robertson, Ferd Nadhcrny and John I rctuiK. Notre Dame and Army Escape Upset Epidemic By JOE REICHLER New York, Oct. 2fl (/H.— Army and Notre Dnmc. still immune vo the "upset epidemic," led the parade today rts the college; tootliall campaign headed into its final month. With UCLA, Pennsylvania. Georgia and Harvard they vcmnin- | cd the only undefeated, united ma or elevens. Army made it 24 straight with ; 0-0 win over a stubborn Duke earn; Notre Dame cracked its owa Jinx by blasting the Hawk- yes 41-fl: powerful Penn rolled ver Navy Iil-19; UCLA's Uruins noved n step nearer to the Rose 3owl with a 33-7 romp over Santa Clara; Georgia pulverized Furmaii '0-7 and Harvard squeezed by toly Cross 13-0. Three teams — Texas, Tennessee and North Carolina State •— joasting untarnished records up to last Saturday, fell by the wayside. Northwestern, Oregon and North Carolina U., each tied once, remained unbeaten. Unless they are bitten bv the upset bug next week. Army and Notre Dame will present spotless 120 ACRE SANDY LAND dirt land farm on good AND j th en:' road, i George Raft, the noted 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 ' o"p ."Highway no. 29 E. H. Wea' 24 ' 6t 'GANG DISC, FRONT SECTION 7 * -ft. back section 8 ft. Verdis Moses am lanct larm-on gooa roan.) George Rait, the noted movie Good five room house, barn andj ac t or wno does gangster roles and out buildings. Six miles south of gets, as I am told by a truthful Hope. On school bus and mail anc j conservative Hollywood exec- route. . utive, more than $300,000 a year, Rnn APRF STOCK AND COTTON recently took part in a radio pro- bUU AUK-Cj olUL-rv AINU L*wl HJIN |rt,.*-im in ' Mpw Vnrk rnllpri We combination farm. 5 houses and l^ 0 ™ '" ,ie» He said he went to barns, -over-flowlng wells, net |™. °- e wire and barb wire fencing 1*>\ acres of merchantible timber, 200 nc was t Yo rk one night 17 and was called tn . and fight Hope, ' ArkansTs **" AiKansas. For Sale or Trade vwPatmos, Ark. 24-6t i .SEVEN FOOT FRIGID AIRE, IN •« .good-condition. A bargain. Phone ^•§99-W. 24-6t Twin Motors THREE BEAUTIFUL CHINESE •Chows, 1 eleven months old, 1 » 2% yr. old, male. 1 2te year old ••female bred. Well, sell cheap. ' See 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, s '510 South Walnut, Telephone 900. • if- , • 25-3t that is" true, but it is one of the oldest stories in the fight business, and most times it isn't. Raft said he licked the fellow .and that, later, in the dressing- ONE TON AND V> INTERNATION-l room - a stranger rubbed him al KS5 truck. 20,000 miles. What-'down, called him a game kid and 'ley Service Station, East Div. ibecame his manager "in the four & Hazel. 29-31 i fights I had after that." "That," he said, "was v Mack Gray, here." Mack Gray then horned into the broadcast to say that he had been a Broadway fight manager, as he ...ight have been, although in all my years on the sport side I never heard of the musja, and that years afterward. Raft phoned him from Hollywood to come on out and handle his business as an actor. "You.meet a.lot of people," Raft APART- said, in closiryg. "Here today and For Rent 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 MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD ' furniture. 422 South Main St. 26-3t FRONT BEDROOM, , t< West J.Vw/1.1 J. JJ -LLJ LJ \. VV/V^ATl., AUJ U 1IN i IN \J bath, to working girls or boy..615 , might "have be"en, •.rr-^ ^ Phone 361-M. 26-3t 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment. Couple. See Kenneth Brice atWalters Garage or phone G26-R 28-3t 2 ROOM FURNISHED ment, private bath, private en- gone ___ _ _ ^ _ tomorrow, but the varest trance." 409 E. Second. 28-311 tiling you can find liny place is NICELY FURNISHED MODERN what I have got in Mack Gray — a apartment. Private entrance, friend." Working girls or couple prefer-' in November, 1944, a man can- red. 321 Bonner, Phone 129. 28-3t|jng himself Martin Shurin, Jr., complained to the district attorney of New York' county that he believed Raft had used crooked dice n winning $18,500 from hirn in a Wanted to Rent EXPERTS NAGGED Astoria, Ore., Oct. 2H (/C).— Const RUiirdsmen wort- incredulous when hey were rouslfd out to :'ITC 'ilu; schooner Columbia from a 1 '' vc V jar. ' T The schooner carries only river pilots, who meet all ships to pilot Ihcm across the treacherous Columbia rtvur bar .Among those aboard was a veteran of 20 yenrs piloting. the conference championship after a dismal stnrt. liik'os on Iowa. Michigan atlempls lo rolurn to Ihe win .column ugninst Minnosnt.i. Ohio Stale, i'innlly looking like lhi> powerful team it had been crackccf up lo be, meets Northwestern, wilir only a tie to mur its otherwise spotliss five-games record , »nd Wisconsin plays Purdue. Indiana clashes with Pittsburgh in an in- lersPdionul. game. Unbeaten Pcnn tackles Princf-lon in an Ivy League game in the cast, and Harvard hopes to remain in the select class by knocking off stubborn Rutgers. The Far West presents three important games, headed by the UCLA-SI. Mary's tussle Friday; night On Saturday. Southern Cali- forniu moots Oregon and Stamford tackles Oregon State. While Rice's victory over Texas rated as the week's most amazing upset, Wake Forest's 19-10 triumph over Tennessee was wholly unexpected. The Vols had whipped mighty Alabama 12-0 the previous week, while Wnkc Forest was trimmed by North Carolina Slate. m TON STUDEBAKER truck, long wheel base, 12 foot I stake-body, Low mileage. New condition. Monroe Kent, Patmos, Ark. ' 26-3t SIX NEW INNERSPRING MAT' -tresses. Martin Mattress Co. T Phone 119. ' 26-3t 1946 WILLYS JEEP, LESS THAN . 5000 miles, closed in. Call 825, Hope; Ark. 2a-3t ROOM AND BOARD WANTED for working mother and two children in private home, where children can be'taken care o£ while mother works. Call Mrs. Florence Cushman, 553-J. 28-lt Accused Thief Has a Long Police Record ONE THOUSAND BALES OF , 4 Johnson grass hay, 50c delivered. W. A. Alford. Hope, Rt. 3. 28-3t Notice PRIYINQ" 'TO c A L i F o R N i A, ,-around November 1st. Can take , two, share expenses. References, •'• Phone 989-J. 26-3t MATERIALS ARE GOING HIGH- »..e'r every day. Have your mat' tress made over now. Write or 1 "fih'one Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Pick-up and deliver anywhere. Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ark. 7-1 m F.OR YOUR CHRISTMAS GREET• ,,ing cards. See or call Dove Knott, , P.hone 959-W. 322 West Division .St. 26-3t REMOVED FREE .Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ... and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant " r Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) , If No Answer Phone 3158-R Boston, Oct. 25 — (UP) — State police raided a Brighton apartment today and arrested Benjamin F. Tilley, 35, in connection with the $65,000 jewelry robbery at Hot Springs, Ark., Tuesday. Tilley, one-time confederate of Rhode Island gunman Raymond L. S. Patriarca, was arrested at the request of Hot Springs police who said he was charged with "unlavyful flight to escape prosecution" and with burglary and grand larceny. The suspect was in bed \vhen three detectives broke into his apartment. They said Tilley was calm and told them "I've been waiting around ?or you a couple of days. I deny any .knowledge of this crime i-'arid'-^-'dd'-iiot- know the people involved." OUTSIDE TO INSIDE Mitchell, S. Dak., One. 20 The lure of the city and (/Pi.— of all ,;ame at Durocher's apartment on March 24, 1944. Raft had given a dinner party at the Sherry-Netherlands hotel, where he occupied one suite and Mack Gray, listed as his manager, occupied another. There was a war on then and hotel rooms and meat were scarce, but Raft had suite 8-F from Feb. 19 to April 2 and Gray had 6-F from Feb. 25 to April 2. And, for the big dinner that Raft gave for the fellow who was about to drop the $18,500, they had steaks. Raft had never seen the sucker before, but still he gave him a party, with steaks. He is known as killer gray, although there is no police record of his having killed anybody and no- aody knows where he buries his dead, if any littler, younger Americans were engaged in real killing at the time, and were being killed, but probably not more than a hundred of them, individually, were at all renowned as tough guys. Raft and Gray were stronger than millions of them, no doubt, but you couldn't say they were tougher in a real fight. Shurin said it all started m the summer of 1943 at a summer resort near Pawling, N. Y., just down the hill from Governor Tom Dewey's farm. There he met several very nice fellows, one of them with a record of convictions for burglary and robbery and of arrests on three more assorted charges of armed robberv and assault-and-robbery which were dismissed. They shot craps that summer and Shurin lost several thou sand and swore off until just after Christmas. Then the most charm Viiinnh Ibp hnrel.'irv- him Mr. ™« anA.BMMBm II , UB-JM-^Jrt- ktt V.*" 1 X.' •?•» < *» «.*- «O J«3 ?*.>2&f>Tm& '*& i££ (To one has t6 be told that these are Army's famous touchdown Wins in twin photo, Junior Davis, left, and Doc Blanchard. They nake it even tougher for opponents by blocking for each other. SPORTS BOUNDUP L- —fc M i PiOKM. fc I New York, Oct. 28 -^ tfP) — A' conjecture contributed to the Yankees guessing game fay a fellow who sometimes calls them right is that Weiss, an Ed Barrow man, will shift over to the Giants, leaving a good front office job for Bucky Harris, a MacPhail recruit. . . . The question ol where Branch Rickey was going to get those new cars as gifts to his ball players was solved when the Dodgers got home. Each player was .told to go to a home town dealer and put his name on the list of car-seekers. When they're eventually delivered Branch will pick up the tab . . . lowans have quit beefing about high school footballers leaving i their state to play for other colleges. Six Iowa U. regulars come rom other states, including Harold I and Herbert Shoener of Irvington | . J., who do a twin brother act at end. Textile Stocks Flushedby Cotton Break Washington. Oct. 28— (IP)— Civilian production officials said today the colon market break and recent higher OPA ceiling prices have flushed out textile stocks which some mills had withheld from Uie market. As a result, the CPA may not nave to send put directives H was preparing which would have required these manufacturers to reduce their inventories, said Morris S. Verner, Jr., the CAP compliance director. Verner said investigation had shown some mills had hcM out "considerable" amounts of cloth. He did not name any of the manufacturers.. . 'The situation may correct it- selt," he told a reporter. He explained the cotton market break encouraged manufacturers and dealers to dispose of inventories as rapidly as possible lo avoid the risk of falling prices. Another in- icentivclis "higher prices CPA has ;rantetf :?or some ?inishcd Hems. CPA officials said manufacturers lad held up goods mainly because ceiling prices are based on the market price of cotton. As long as there was a prospect of higher colling prices, it was to the advantage of manufacturers to delay sales. When ihe market fell, lower ceiling prices threatened, and sellers were anxious \o dispose of their goods.- Verner said CPA was "continuously investigaling" reports of excess inventories and 'had discovered some control violations. He added that he "assumed" some withholding from markets exists because of uncertainly over the slales when they meet a I Ihe Yankee Stadium Nov. 9. Each enjoys a comparative breather next Saturday, the "West Pointers inning up with twice-beaten West Virginia and the Ramblers engaging the below-standard Navy midshipmen, who have dropped four in a row since their opening game triumph. Army has won six games and Notre Dame four. The pigskin spotlight next week will cenlcr on the South where the Georgia Bulldogs take on Alabama. The Crimson Tide, Rose Bowl champions, bounding back from an unexpected defeat by Tennessee with a 21-7 win over Kentucky Insl Saturday, will provide the sternest, lest yet encountered by Georgia, which has knocked off five ones in a row. Southeastern tans also will be treated to fine games in Durham. N. C.. whore fast-rising Georgia Tech tangles with the Duke team which gave Army some nnxi: jus moments, and in Knoxville. Tenn.. where the once-beaten Tennessee Vols attempt \o hai.ig the 'irst defeat on Nortl Carolina. In the Southwest. Rico and Texas A. & M., tied for the conference lead, take on Texas Tech and Arkansas, respeclivoly, in a pair of games thnt may scramble Uie standings. Toxas, victim of a stunning 18-13 upset by Rice's fighting Owls, trios to regain some of its fading glory against formidable Southern • Methodist. Little Cincinnati, the David of the football Golialhs, seeks its fifth win in six games al the expense -if the highly favored Tulsa Golden Hurricanes. The big nine dominates the mid- western section. Illinois, aiming al Last Saturday M. C. Stale ilsolf suffered its first loss of Ihe season to twice-beaten and twice-tied Virginia Tech 14-li. Northwestern remained unbeaten by trouncing college of the Pacific 20-13; Oregon beat Idaho by Iho same score, and North Carolina whipped Florida 40-19. Under the heading of mild upsets wore such results as Mississippi S), Arkansas 7; Southern Methodist 17. Missouri 0: Illinois I'-t. Michigan 9 ;\Vcst Virginia 13. Syracuse U : King's Point 7. Fordham 6, and Cincinnati IB, Michigan Stale 7. Promptly Relieves Coughs From. CHEST COLDS Helps Break Up Surface Congestion! FT RUB ON ginia Tech next season, would like to book'^another big game in New Y;prk ejieh fall . . . Maurice Podo- lo£f, -fiv&i'oot two-inch head of the Basketball Association of America, admits i| sometimes is embarrassing for. a guy his size to be in a businessi^where a six-foot-two man is called/a "runt." . . . Jim Cor : bet, Louisiana State drumbeater, claims LSU has the best-built press box in the nation because part of it was built by Contractor J E. Built. future of price controls. William R. Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTOCOPIES Discharges - Legal Documents 24 Hour Service places a fur store — brought disaster to a coyote that s»rayecl from his rural haunts When discovered, t!i2 animal was jumping excitedly at a Mitchell store window in which iur coats were displayed. A bullet from Policeman Art Newman's pistol made one more fur available for the display. ing of the bunch, the burglary-robbery-assault subject .phoned 1 - ! ~ to renew the acquaintance. Shurin liked them so much that iie gave them a dinner party at his home and among the guests Monday Matinee Adelphi College, another girls' ichool which opened its doors to 31's this year, plans to have a men's basketball team and already has scheduled games with Rider, St. Francis, Kings Point, Hotstra and Mitchel Field. What's more, there'll be a football ten'n to get in on those Skidmorc-V;issar challenges next fall Adelphi promises. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repair! HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 25» Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main TEN FINGERS ARE NOT ENOUGH to relieve dry itchy scalp, but you can get real relief with Moroline Hair Tonic, Helps remove loosudancli-uff flukes. MOROLINE HAIR TONIC CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We mnke new or renovate any kind, or size ol mattresses. 1 Day Service In l-lone MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We SMI Sleep" 001 w. 3rrj St. Phone 119 Doug /"MTV Carl Bacon >•*! I T Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for— House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 "Complete-servlcc'fof ; ;Vour i< ca l r' MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop Equipment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Hlrhway 67 Phone 57 Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" HALL'S Cleaners HUGH P. HAU, Ow Hotten was an added starter named fc>onny Barry whom Shurin had met some where else. Sonny Barry, originally known as Samuel Mintzer, said the area movie actor and celebrity, George Raft, was coming to town and would Shurin like to meet him Would he? Well, wouldn't you fee_ I honored to meet a great movie star of gangster roles personally? Jhurin sure would like to meet him and, on March 24, his dream dream came ture. Sonny Barry and the burglary- robbery-assault character were there at the Sherry-Netherlands and the rest of the boys from the quiet little summer place away from it all up near Pawling and Raft and Killer (in a manner of speaking! Gray. Gray's regular name turns out to. be Max Greenberg, and he is a cousin of Sonny Barry Mintzer. Sonny Barry Mintzer had a lev fights in the ring in his youth, and presently showed up as a horse- trainer in California, there, by coincidence, a fellow of the same name was reported by the New York Jockey club to have been ejected from the Santa Anita track on Jan. 31, 1940, along with a man who later was indicted there on a charge of conspiring to fix races. Well they had cocktails first at the Sherry-Netherlands and then dinner 1 in a semi-private _ room. Shurin made a pass at paying his share of the check, but the great movie idol wouldn't think ot let his honored guest lift any weight And then, because Raft was likely to be bothered by telephone calls, being really a slave of his idolatrous public, there was a spontaneous decision to go over to Leo Durocher's Apartment and sit around ^nd converse. (Continued tomorrow.) Dot's All Brothers Duke, which relinquishes its place on the Army schedule to Vir Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACWDENT ASSO. 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 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furnltur* Phone 152 411 S. Hotel Sec Us For 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 INSURANCE Our Companies Give 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 for homes, in Hope. Also many calls for farm property. f • 1*11* ioster - Ellis Real estate & Insurance Second Phone 221 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP- • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Cleon •OUR SSR'/fCE HOST BE OF THE BEST.', 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-smile staff. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" . HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak togs and Heading Bolts For Price; and more details Apply to: HOP! HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope 10 Minutes! Borrow money from u* on your cor, 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 minute; usually geti you the cash. * Ask for Mr. McLorty, at Hope Auto Co- PC, ARKANSAS HOPE STA.Rr HO Monday/ October-28, 1946 Bv Rav GoHho OZARK IKE AN ALL eecuz a, ,'H' BIGOE& B'AfV EVUH :SEEM IN TH'j 02ARKS/, 1 ...YO FOLKS, TH PATFIELDS.AN'US M C BATTS CLASH IN TH' ANNUAL BECUZ "^^W FOOTBAWL T'MORRUH...M BRAWL/ , ,BUT TWENNY-FO HOURS FROM NOW(SOB>V<) HE MAY BE DAID£.. MAH OZARK ll'.ES DONE, COME HOME AGIN.i. DO YOU ,,, LOVE ME AS MUCH <J AS YOU DID ON THE ) DAY WE WERE r^ MARRIED? t-J OF COURSE \ DO, DEARA MATTER OF FACT MY LOVE FOR YOU HAS 3ROVJN PEEPER EVERY DAY THAT WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER NOW, PLEASE ME FINISH READING MY PAPER/ Bv Michael O'Mallev &, Raloh Lane haci no authority to board the TWOSPQT ahd About SO yards from Corson's Ledge we found ' m THERE'S BEEN AM By Dick Turner By Goibraith CARNIVAL ;here was no arguing with that fun, so we left . SIDE GLANCES FOOT ON THIS BOAT ACCIDENT AT THE LED6E. HOW ABOUT US COM1NS ABOARD . AND -- clip Lilt's rowb»at, but Clip and the $10,000 were gone. So we paid a visit to the TWOSPOT. AND THERE'LL BE ANOTHER ACCIDENT NOW SHOVE OFF.' /s. WAS THAT \ BUBBLE DOUBLE?; DONT JUST A DARK IS THERE SOMEONE W THATS AS FAR AS BEHIND THOSE OIL M YOU GO, STRANGER/ DRUMS IN THE"yM SOMETHING YOU WANT ? "*•- Y COULONT ^AVE TAKEN ADVICE AND GONE TO THE POLICE By i-«ssiie Turnfer WASH TUBS5 WHEN THIS LAMX POURED 1 BUT BENEWH-IT, THE (AOUTEN > OUTER CRUST WE CML tNNfNS THERE'S LOTS 0 CWES-THW SEEK TO LEW? NOWHERE, TOBV... ) A.SESAGO, EfcSV, THE \NHOT CfNUSED v EfA y . S OUTER CRUST. COOLED • -FIRST, THEN HfsROENED,.. LMIS FLOWED ON DOWNHILL, LATER: CMBDN DOWN f RCM THE CRMER LEFY OPENINGS TQTHE HOttOW ftREfcS ) THIS IS BELOW _.. LFTtoE HMIETHW LE WING A SORT OF TUNNEL THE NOU^NO SUBSIDED CWCORRO BVSHM5R SEI^RCHERS •EXWAINETHE EDGE FOR , W4 UNDERGROUND PfKSSNGE By Walt Dcsne LOOSEN > l S UP STIFF J "Oh, yes,' he's out, but Ihe warden said he could wear his ' " uniform on terminal leave!" .! By Blosser Iwo BY NEA BEto.-t, INC.' T.Trt. REG. U. 9. PAT. OFF.- PRESTO THE...GULP! ' BRUSHES, < SIMPLE PIP "— SWELL! IT'LL GIVE ME CHKNCE "Most of the kids who got good grades bro.ight the leather some apples or flowers—but I know how you feel about all the bribery going on in the worldl" I WA.NT TO PA.1NT KITCHEM, BUT i wV- BRUSHES ARE'STIFF THEM IN DONM.D PUCK'S DISSOLVO... 5RECKLtj AND HIS FRrEK'CS V TRV /AN NEW INVENTION! FUNNY BUSINESS fiy Hershberaer IT WAS OUR (DBA/ •ru/r,« TWIRP SEASON ' WOMEN ASSUME VEAH, YOU MIGHT THE GALS WERE- SAY We WERE LETTING THE TAKE OVER. THE ", JOB Of THE MEN/ GONNA PAY THE SILLS/ J RESPONSIBILITY? Bv Carl Anderson AMD VK.E VERSA/ BEWARE OF THE Bv V. T. HoililW ALLEY OOP • "Hooray! Meal at lost!", OH. 1 MISTER OOP. JD ^ .,.00 COME RIGHT IN.' WIZZUL,'/ QUEEN UMPATEEDL5 COME , I • WAS SAVINS THAT LLSY OOP, RO'JSH, TOUGH C.TIZHM OF PREHISTORIC MOO, LONG CONSIDERS? A STRONG-ASM THREAT TO THE RL'fcE O? KING GUZZLE,WILL SOON TAKE OVER TH= POST Or ASSISTANT KING--AS A REWARD FOB VALOR IN THE RECENT C5O-MAS WAS. SOCIAL NOTE: MAY GONNA BE ASSISTANT KIN BUT I'M STILL QUSEM.' 3O YOU SCRAM ON OVER AND CALL ON TM' GIHU WE'VE Thimble Theater YOUR'YOUNG E'.? SELECTED FOR YOU TO ESCORT / PURE WATER ORONAT'ON BALL; AHOY, DO VA WE HAVE HIT KOCK % ASPIRIN 22 ToreALVri&jK WILL STOP THE HAPPIN6 TO POPEVE/ I'M TO 6ET /AAP AT HAVE AMV ASPIRIN ?? REVOLUTION J WHILE THOSE PEOMINENT IN COUfcT CIRCLES ACKNOWLEDGE OUR HERO'S MILITARY TALENTS, THEY VlSW HIS ENTRANCE INTO Tri= CAPITAL'S SOCIAL L!F= VS'iTrl CONSIDERABLE A'. ARM. THE LftST TIME THE HOUSE U With Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE By J. R. William. 5122 Does Trie tp^ MA.RK Tiiv\E, M.V m( RUN 1 CASHIER'S CA.&& "^VtiePM^eiRL.AKiD^^). TO BED, f? 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