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&fe- ; ' v- MdPt STAft, HdPf, AftR AN* AS Tuesday, November 5, CLASSIFIED Ads Must) Be In Office Day Before Publication Number ol One Threw Six __Ohe<s>- Woras Mlptb 15... 16 to 20 ... 21 to 25... 26 to 30 ... 51 to 35 ... 36 tp *0 ... 41 to 4;'. ... Day Days Days' Month .43 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 1.50 1.80 . 7.50 9.00 .75 1.50 2.50 . .00 1.80 3.00 . 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 . 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 . 1.35 2.TO 4.50 13.50 46i to 50 ..,„!.50 3.0& 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Cohtinubus Insertions Only • All Wan.t Ads Casn In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone V--~ • r For Sale FALL CABBAGE PLANTS. SEE Monts Seed Store. 31-6t 120 ACRES LAND IN SEC. 24, Twp. 14, range 25, about 12 miles south of Hope joining Buck Martin on the North. Write John W. Turner, Kilgore, Texas. 31-12t ONE PRACTICALLY NEW LAWN mower, See at Barwick Electric Co. 2 r 3t HENRY DUBOIS CLARINET IN goort' condition. See Catherine Craine or call 541-R after 6.p:m. 2-3t RE-CONDITIONED WOODSTOCK typewriter. Hope Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Phone 392. 5-31 NEW 5 ROOM "HOUSE WITH bath, just outside city limits on Proving Ground road. Clyde Smith, 715 West 5th St. Telephone 1113-W. 5-3t Reol Estate for Sale NICE LOT 90 FT. FRONT WITH five room house needing repair. Quick sale price $3,500. Floyd Porterfield. SIX ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, hardwood floors, walking distance. Price $5,500. $3,000 cash, balance like rent. Floyd Porterfield. 2-Gt 21 ACRES, 4 ROOM HOUSE AND barn, six miles south on highway 29. School bus route. Dophus Hatch. 2-3t Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegltr Copyright, 1M8 By King Features Syndicate. New York, Nov. 4— George 3pcl- vin. Americnn, crime in to discuss minorities and he said, "you came at it wrong the other day and you Were right in what you said but you came at it wrong when you supposed yourself a' case where a white employer under the F.E.P.C. had to hire a no-acdount, 295 ACRES RED RIVER MIXED land farm. 260 acres cultivation, )azy, he "How was I wrong?" 1 said. "Everybody knows every race and nationality has no-account, thiev , 35 acres alfalfa meadow, G ten- Sing, low-down, lazy individuals and ant houses, 2 barns, toolhouse, ' — "• bus route, Also 1/3 interest in modern 4'.80 gin stand, 120 h.p. die'sel, 3 powered gin, Modern drier. 17 miles to nearest gin. Located in Miller county. Call 10. L. D. Hutt, Fouke, Ark. Priced way xo come at it. You can get yourself picketed for a Bilbo, attacking Marion Anderson and Joe Louis and insulting. the whole Negro race. The way you want to do is you want to suppose yourself a no- account, thieving, lazy, no-dam- good white man, with an Anglo- laaxun name IIKC Smith or Wright, demanding a job from a dignified, ,...,_ . , * honorable conscientious Negro Municipal Court of Hope, Arkan-i business man and the Negro has to sell. $25,000. 2-6t Court Docket sas, November 4, 1946. to hire him under the F.E.P.C. just USED AUTOMOBILE RADIO. SEE (forfeited $25.00 cash bond. E. E. Rogers. Hope Auto Co. 5-3t j Garfifeld Jones, no driver's BABY BE _ baby buggy, Also battery char- Elmore Black, possession of un-.j because he is a white man, and taxed beer, plea of guilty, fined I turn down a competent, ambitious ?50.00. land thoroughly deserving colored Bennie^ Downs, drunken driving, fellosy with a combat record, be'- ... •=• pause, otherwise he can be pun- jj_ ished for racial discrimination awr>" TVTATTRTCC'' cense, forfeited $5.00 cash bond. A ?f?- ^ A 1T. R 5. S A' .. P. W. Caldwell. running a r. ge'r.'d to 12 at same time). See at 715 West Division. red light, forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Doyle Willis, reckless driving, 1D46 LONG WHEEL BASE truck, low mileage, Five 800:25 K forfeited $25.00 cash bond. I John L. Walker, assault with tires, new. Phone 569-J. b-at Notice MATERIALS ARE GOING HIGH- er every day. Have your mattress made over now. Write or phone Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Pick-up and deliver anywhere. Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ark. 7-lm against the white bum." "It's the same difference one way or another,"! said. "Discrimination in favor of a bum because of his race or religion or because his parents were born in Bessara- deadly weapon, forfeited $50.001 bia is dicrimination against some _.,.u u-_j 'deserving person after the same cash bond. Garfield Jones, failing to give proper signal when making left turn, forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Sallie Lou Loudermilk, petit larceny, forfeited $25.00 cash bond and 1 day in jail. job, no matter how you transpose them." "I know it," Spelvin said, "but it doesn't make my blood oil to read about onery, low-down white men. I know plenty of them. Dead- Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VK- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings. Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Te^as. 15-lmo Cozetta Jackson, petit larceny, beats liars" loafers i ComDetent SL B v S f °n f £f, iUy - fined $25 ' 00 and ! shiftlessl'bellyachhfg pE and Wanted to Buy WE SUV HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture. one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo For Rent FOUR .-.. ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Close in. Phone 827, -Joss%Morris. ; 2-3t FOUR ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRI- city and gas, close in. On Lewisville hi-way. Immediate possession. Phone 569-J. 5-3t Wanted to Rent PERMANENT BUSINESS MAN and wife desires furnished apartment for light housekeeping. Phone 1134 to 6 p.m. After, ask for Mr. Arendt at Barlow Hotel. , ' 2-3t THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Permanent couple only. No pets. Phone 351-W. 2-3t For Sale or Rent FARM, 5 MILES NORTH ON DE- Ann road. Good houses and barns, H. C. Houston, Phone 231-W. 5-31 Lost in jail. Elmore Black, drunkenness, plea of guilty, fined $10.00. Robert. C. White, drunkenness, plea, of guilty, fined $10.00. William McCoy, drunkenness, plea of guilty, fined $10.00. Robert C. White, drunkenness, plea of guilty, fined $10.00. Arthur L. King, disturbing peace plea of guilty, fined $10.00. John L. Cleveland, disturbing peace, ' ' "' - ' May I pity any respectable Negro em ployer who ever has to put up with their nuisance around the shop. It isn't Bilboism to put in ;hat way and nobody is going to picket you or say you are insulting George Washington's memory. Nobody is going to holler that that kind of bum isn't typical because everybody knows that." "Everybody knows that kind of the Strategist Rice Doped to Lick Arkansas By Big Score Snuffy Stirnwciss, right, New York Yankees' second baseman, stresses pointers to Choo Choo Justice, former Bainbridgc Navy star now breakaway runner for North Carolina, where 19-15 American batting champion starred in same capacity and is now assistant coach. SPORTS ROUNDUP •It BM* i Whrtwv New York, Nov. 5 —(/P)— Around the Big Nine a lot of people are pulling for Ohio State 10 win vhe championship and go to the Rose Bowl The idea is that it would be a grand scndoff for L.W. St.- John, retiring Buckeye athletic director who Jong has championed the bowl game Ohio turned down in a :Corm.'U bid io go to the Rose Bowl in 1944 .Right i_i. ^.oJV. V bAUlIU) I_11O lilt IJlllK, ' -, , ~. " . " plea of guilty, fined $10.00 l bum lsn l typical of the Negro Francis Muldrow, disturb-1 race - either," I said, ing peace, forfeited $20.00 cash j "Just the same, you came at :'t bond. i wrong," Spelvin said. "Do you Fred Wilson, disturbing ,peace, have to use a'iire-axe $> open a forfeited $20.00 cash bond. .door with the key in your pocket? The following forfeited a $10.00 j Cause a lot of feeling and make a cash-bond on a charge of disturbing l lot of Negro people chink you are peace: . low-downing all of them in depict- .ng an exception when you can put ;he idea across ihe other way without any commotion? Did you ever live in a loreign country wnere you Eelt like a minority yourself and they made you sore by always making monkeys of Americans on Alberta Johnson, Dorris Lee, Willie Lee Criner, Lucille Gleghorn, Willie Lee Criner, , Ivory Moses, George: Ra teliff. 1 ; : ' i The following forfeited, a $10.00 cash bond on a charge of drunkenness: Cecil Goodwin, Glen L. Short, Earl Thornton, Burrell Taylor, Dorris Lee, H. Cpley, George Jones Bud Clark, James C. Bobo, Cleo L. Short, Henry Gearhead, Jimmie Fields, Dorsey Burns, Ivory Moses, John L. Walker J. W. Nelson, Jess Atkins. Wm. Hardin, Truman Downs, Jewell L. Stockton, Dwight Ridgdill, Clarence R. Lambert. State Dockst Reecie Anderson, rape, examination waived, held to Grand Jury. TRAVELERS CHECK IN DOWN- town Hope. Phone 222. 4-3t Lost or Stolen ONE MULEY JERSEY COW AND one red cow and calf with horns. Reward. J. V. Mooie. 5-3t REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If 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 Clubs McCaskill The McCaskill 4-H Club held its first meeting since school opened at the McCaskill School Thursday October 31. Mr. Walter Clark, Assistant County Agent and Miss Cora Lee Westbrook, Home Demonstration Agent, assisted the group in electing the following officers; President— Lin"" irii the stage?" "Well, I used to burn in England when I was a young fellow when some of their comedians would come out and spit all over the stage and talk through their noses and chew gum and say 'Well, I guess I sure am some kiddo' and the Englishmen would seem to think this was apretty good impersonation of a typical American," I said. "They got their idea about our spitters from Dickens and it may have been fair in his day because even 1 can remember when every mid-western front parlor had a gobboon sitting on a doily but the version was out of date by my time in England and even if we do talk in the high register and say "wadder" instead of 'Wottah' why, what the hell, they don't pronounce it 'water' either. So, yes, I used to get a little sore about some things because I thought they were giving it a little too much emphasis and, anyway, these weren't vhe characteristics of typical Americans. „ Why not mention our generosity, da Marie Sweat, Vice-president—,ipr instance, and point out vhat Jeanette Rinehart, Secretary & 'Americans have taken up collec- Treasurer—Avanell Honeycutt, Re- tions and sent money, food ,medi- now the Bucks look like a good bet, off Saturday's Northwestern game, to come out on top of' that tough tide race. One ouserver reports that Coach Paul Bixlcr pulled a Greasy Neale on Northwestern, using "T" formation plays until Onio got inside of the five . yard line and then switching to vhe single wing for greater power to push the ball across the goal. ; Revealing Secrets '• Dick Colman, Princeton Assistant coach and scout, gives • ihis ns thp lowdown on how Princeton beat Penn last week: "We put a io/-pouna guard ngnt opposite Dig George Savitsky — figuring he'd laugh so hard it would cut .down Rice Jumps to Fifth Place in Nation By BOB GRUBB New York. Nov. 5 — (fP)— I didn't take a recount today to clc tPrmine tho results •->( vhr- wcc>«l\ election of college football's two must popular caiimdates. Even before the ballot boxc were opened in the Associatec Press weekly poll of sports writers throughout the nation, the outcome was certain. Army and Notre Dame had been awarded another of vho.se it" «>l Jrpnl '''ic 'i\vo By CARL BELL Little Hock,' Nov. 5 •- (/P)— If nnyono Miitl Kiiosscil, )ast Aiujust ilitit Kici' uncl Aik:ins:is would moot Cor the 1040 Southwest Coiifprnnco oolbiill championship. chnncos uc he would nave 'neon ushered the nearest iisylum. N<(\» hc voulcl be considered an oracle. Neither the Owls nor the Ritzor- ocicks can clinch ihe utlo in iheir -.crap hero Saturday — in a studium vhich scats less vhnn IS.000 •— but he winner can draw closer \han a have with u new blade. Arkansas ooms as Rice's toughest- remnin- ng iue and vice versa. If Rice can whip ihe unprodict- iblc Porkers, it will keep its loop ilate clean and have an excellent chance of winning an unclisuutoct crown by beating Texas A. & M.. luxus Lnrisuan <uul .buylor jn re- iinining lilts. If Arkansas wins, ihe Ra/or- oacks will go into 1'irst place neecl- ng only a victory over Southern Methodist >ievt week 10 assure them of at least a tic for the cnampionship. Two other ieams — Texas and Texas A. ft M. — have been beaten only once in conference gridfare, and. should Rice stumble Saturday or later, a two <>r three-way tie for first money would be prop- able. On paper the Owls shape up as 25-point favorites. They carved out a well-earned llt-13 victory over the Texas Longhorns. wllo previously had spilled Arkansas 20-U. But vhe up.set trend of the current campaign shows that dope means little, if anything ,in vim razzle-dazzle league. Then, too, these 'acts enter into i the case: Arkansas has played its best vhis so-'^-nn while ; n ihn underdog role: Rice is primarily a running teuin, wnili! me ii.izorbacks 'jspL- cinlty is rushing defense; and, Physically speaking. Arkansas i:s the roughest, toughest outfit in the conference. Nevertheless, Arkansas Coach John Barnhill and his aides can't se"m in whip "n much enthusiasm. Assistant Coach George Cole scuLiieii me Owis in men- -il-6 rout of Texas Tech last week and groaned: "I don't sec how we can slow them down." In 21 meetings between the two elevens, .Rice has won 15, lost four and been tied twice. Latest Fish Story—Catches Deed While Trolling Baltimore, Nov/ 4 — l/C) —Three Baltimore fishermen had the word today of a stale gamp warden to back up vhnir first story: That ihey caught a deer while trolling i'or striped bass in Chesapeake bay. The fishermen, Walter Wliito, Al Fischer and Herb Nowcomb said ihey were. :.'i.sh- ing yesterday morning when they noticed a Hock-of gulls hovering over an object in the water. Investigating; they said,. they lound the object to be n ISO-pound buck apparently exhausted. They hauled the.' nnjinnl onto the stern of Ihe boat, i'ouiid its legs and headed .fore shore. There they Called regional Deputy Game Warden E. C. Kerns, who said he removed Us bonds and sot it free in a nearby wood. British Patrol Coost Seeking Jew Refugees By ELIAV SIMON Jerusalem, Nov. -1—(UP)— British planes patrolled a :!00- rnile stretch of Palestine's shore- lino today in a search i'or vwo shiploads of Jewish illegal immigrants reportedly approaching territorial waters. Reliable sources said approximately 10,000 Jewish refugees were expected to attempt entrance into the Holy Land before the end of the year, despite Britain's immigration ban. British officials in Jerusalem dc- BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Rcpoiri HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. (.'lined comment on, reports Itiird ship, carrying CltK) mi enlt'rt irnmlftrimts, listrt been ,., near Lebanese shores. The slf: portcdly war, listini! badly wh lercepted. g, The reports said LebnttesW thorities cnntaclnd British Commissioner Sir Alan Cunfi ham loMurding 11m immii and were detaining the somewhere on the Lebanese --„-„A land mine, believed to IjftV'c been planted by Jewish ists, exploded tinder ir I'reuihl 10 miles north of .Ifrrusaiom 'Pir' Her today i derailing \hc )ouomo and ;"lve ears. The locomotive fireman killed and two other trainman injured seriously, blamed the Extremist Leumi organization for the dent. Private reports from Ita meanwhile, saiil that n of Jewish immigrants had been' '.erccpted by the Britisn Navy returned to an Italian port. i3ov< 11 of the refugees have written ru- ntives in Jerusalem that "we ,-;flj arc trying to leave, before iorfft even if we land at Cyprus (whcfij Britain has established clctentiqr •.•amps .(or illegal refugees divertfi u'om Palestine.)" The increased immigration" wa! believed to be a part of a plan _ y Agana, Jewish underground orgoft i/.ation, undertaken, alter .-.in ment bcUveen British colonial retary Arthur Cicech Jones afti the Jewish agency :'or i of violence in Palestine. Doug OITV Carl Bacon \*l I I Jorfes ELECTRIC CO. — for -L House inclusrrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repair! Phone 784 Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main Street Of the $33i>,000.000.000 spent by the United States on World War II, $20,000,000,000 went into the Italian campaign. his efficiency." And Boston College's Denny Myers plugs Quarterback Don Panciera thus: • "If three quarters of the coaches in this room left their automobiles with the motors running, ihe cars likely would go right vp Panciera's front door. I know mine would." Sports Before Your Eyes Another tip from the. Midwest ;s that two, of the Illinois basketball "whiz kids" who are drawing i?o many raves in pre-senson stories won't even make the first team . . . There will be 1200 empty seats at Yankee Stadium ior the Army teams in the jiore front as the poo- IJIL- s ciioicos'tnia :<iii. The principles in football's national championship ckisric at Yankee Stadium this Saturday have been up there with monotonous regularity every ws?ek but one since this year's poll started. That week the voters put the dark- horse candidate, Texas, ovnr Army and dropped Notre Dame to third place. Based on the usual system of ten . points for a first-place vote, nine for u second, eight for a third, and so on, Army, piled up 1,17(3 points, 47.1 less than last week. Notre Dame's point ic.lal of 1,140 was 338 under the previous count. Standings of ihe top ten ieams (first place votes in parenthesis* points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 system: Teams 1 UllitUC OLULtlLUIl AVJl LUU mlllj'- A ,, ,~. , , Notre Dame game Saturday, but I ?A?' y Notre Dame 51! (6 porter—Wanda Jean Sweat. Record books for the past year cine, bedding and clothing all over the world, whenever there was an were turned in and cards filled earthquake or a two-alarm fire and qut jEor,,the, coming year's demon-1 the only time anyone ever gave stratlbns'. All members were urged to attend 4-H Club Achievement Day Saturday, November 2. Blevins The Blevins 4-H Clubs met at Blevins, October 31. For the first meeting since last year Mr. Walter Clark, Assistant County Agent, ond Moss Cora Lee Westbrook, Home Demonstration Agent, attended. Officers were elected as follows: President— Cordell McCain, Vice- president— Patricia Nesbitt, Secretary -treasurer— Patsy Samuels, reporter— Nelda Bright. Each one selected one or two projects for the year. jour people so much as a court- 1 plaster in time of woe was when the British sent us a :'ew spools of bandage after the Qalveston or the Johnstown xlood. Why not :nen- |tion something nice about us?" "Why ,101 play up :uce vnings about the Negroes, then?" Spelvin said. "Like you mean in this case why didn't I make the employer a Negro and a high-class fellow and the employee a white man and a rat?" "Sure," Spelvin said, "You can't hurt a white man's feelings and you make the colored guy feel that at last, somebody is oeginning vo realize that they aren't all named Sambo and Rastus and Pompey 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" HALLS Cleaners HUGH |. HALL, t N, FiJfVtSff Hatters Phon« 74 Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. 6605 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. J. C. GIBSON Plaintiff vs. REESE GIBSON Defendant The Defendant, Reese Gibson is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, J. C. Gibon. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 4 day of November 1946. C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Omera Ev;ins, D. C. W. S. Atkins, Att'y. for Plaintiff Lyle Brown, Att'y. Ad Litem (SEAL) Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26 Fights Last Night New York — Pe;e Moad, 156 1-2, Grand'•Rapids, Mich., outpointed Tony Riccio, 149 3-4, Bayonee, N.J. (10). Chicago —Buddy O'Dqll, 163 1-2, Blue Island, 111., outpointed Billy Bengal, 165, Detroit, (81. Newark, N. J. — Johnny Colnn, 171 3-4, New York, stopoed Billy Gordon, IBS 1-2, St. Louis, (3). By United Press Yonkers, N. Y. — Tony Janiro, uce Texas Tennessee Georgia Tech Pennsylvania Illinois they'll be behind the temporary -.„„..„.,. stands so that nobody who sat inUjj:,; ? ., them could see the :"ield. Chances |^i™ " are they could sell them anyway. .. . Ray Flaherty, the football Yankees coach, maintains the Miami Seahawks have improved more in a week than he thought possible — which is good :iewsf Owner Harvey Hester, whose club vill be at home in the Orange Bowl ior six consecutive Monday nights. Good Steer Turk Edward, who twice refused Ihe job of coaching the Washington Redskins on the grounds vhat ae wasn't ready for it, is the National Football League's newest i-oach but he's an old hand at the steering wheel. On vhe Redskins' first trip in 1933, the bus driver got tired and Turk piloted vhe gas chariot full of players into Buffalo. Points 1,176 1,140 020 827 489 471 711 237 199 159 Second ten: 11-Michip.nn 149; 12- Ohio State 185; 3-Wake Forrest 71; 14-Southern California u8; 15-Wisconsin 67; IG-Oklahoma 05; 17 Norlhwestern and North Carolina 50 points each; 19-Louisiana State 39; 20-Norlh Carolina State 31. Honorable mention list: William & Mary 30; Covacll 20; Delaware 13; Boston College 8; Alabama (i; Muhlcnberg G; Vanderbilt 5; .Auburn 5; Tulsa 4; Mississippi Slate 4; Rutgers 3; South Carolina 3; Arkansas ": Yale 9.; Harvard 1; Miami (Flu) 1; Oklahoma A & M 1; Princeton 1; ilowa 1. o~ Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size of mattresses. 1 Day Service In Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. 3rd St. Phone 119 MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport TexarUana REED MOTOR 108 East Division Si. Mechanics CARL RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAM& * • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fonder Shopj • Complete Paint Shop & COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main SIGNS and Spray Painting Buildings .• Houses Barns • Vehicles • Etc. Waller & Waf'ur Phone 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. WARNING ORDER No. GG02 In the Chancery Court of Herripstead County, Ark. LESTER SHAW Plaintiff vs. JEWELL SHAW Defendant The Defendant, Jewell Shaw is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Lester Shaw. Witness my hand and the seal of !-iid court this 28 day of October 1940. C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Qmera Evans, D. C. W. S. Atkins, Att'y. for Plantiff Lyle Brown, Att'y. Ad Litem (SEAL) Oct. 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19th ed (8). New Document' Makes Jap Head 'Symbol of State' By RUSSELL BRINES Tokyo, Nov. 4—(/P)—The Japanese, giving Emperor Hirohito another dramatic demonstration of affection, clearly regard iheir new constitution as a guaranty :'or continuance of a modified emperor system. The nation seems satisfied, as an aftermath of yesterday's promul- 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 mmpstnwn n nnlnnlnl I JUBIUI uuy j> jji-uinui- Odom 145 12 Chieiet" gation ceremonies, that now a Odom, 14.j 1-4 Chicago, troublesome question is solved — and roob hen-roosts and—' ' "Listen who's talking," I said. •'Nobody has called them Sambo and Rastus and Pompey since the latter days of Puck magazine and the hen-roost humor wouldn't go in a Kas-litjht revival and how do you think they would like bringing that up'.'" "You have got to have tact and a sense of touch," Spelvin said. "You have got to come at it right. The Negroes aren't clumb about these things. They know all about the lazy, shiftless, crap-shooting types but it is a matter of feeling. Like a :few nights ago, at dinner, a man was saying that down South why they can't get -ihe Negro veterans to work the larrns and Uie rough jobs for the going rate of pay as long as they can get $20 a week :ior loafing. And my War De- partmenl sat there and then she asked him in her dumb way, 'Do the veteran while boys do that, too? 1 "Sometimes I think she is a drty Communist at heart, with her heckling ways and her un-Ameri the emperor is to remain. The :new document makes nim a "symbol of state" but does :iot recognize that he is divine. It outlaws war and all armed forces. It largely was written or suggested by General Mac-Arthur's aides. An estimated 300,000 Tokyoites greeted Hirohito's brief appearance before the imperial palace, at promulgation ceremonies, with echoing "banzais" '"illed with unmistakable affection. Then 'thousands rushed through police )ines for a closer glimpse of vhe oVice Sacrosanct ruler. They run-rounded his carriage with a .sense of loyalty tinged with one of equality. As 'Japanese generally ;ioined -n self praise over vhe document, President Shigeru Nambara of Tokyo Imperial university stressed students the constitution pstabi lisliea "an iin.. . , u , for a new Tenno (empnror) .•• -tern." He argued that the people could have overthrown vne :iijii- archy through iheir representatives in the Diet, which adopted vhe constitution. can sentiments," George American, said. Spelvin. About 2,500,000,000 pounds of sausage are consumed in the United States annually. WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Cleon Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEAPING COMPANY Phone 34$ Hope, Arkanja* 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 Ono day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 411 S. Ha*el See Us For INSURANCE Our Companies Give Youp} Complete Protection Plusg;? 20% Return Dividend on the£6' Cost of Your Insurance. * • 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'-* j 108 East Second Phone 221 ? MUST BE, because that's a f tradition with this company, MUST BE, because that's . ; , what you expect when yc^j \ 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 CASH — n Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value* We'll lend you all you need if we possibly con, regardless of where you live. The more you wonr the better we like it. Ten minutey get» you the caf h. Aik for Mr. McLqrty, ft Hope Auto Co. PE, A * KANSAS Tueiddy, November 5,1946 HOPE S T A ft, HO OZARK IKE By Chkn roung By Ray Gotta •mm MT ( TIME BY MY N STOMACH ^ fc -_-*'i IT'S JUST A QUARTER JU TO SIX--SUPPER WONT BE READY FOR FIFTEEN MINUTES COME ON. WASH YOUR HANDS, ALEXANDEtt"- ITS SIX OtLOCK, TIME FOR SUPPER.' (, YOUR STOMACH IS f FIFTEEN MINUTES ^-U. FAST ;Z I DIDN'T KNOW VOU CAN READ THE TIME, . HER!? WHAR US PATFIELDS EE-LIMINATE OZARK By Dick Turner By Galbraith SIDE GLANCES CARNIVAL .... NOTE WAS \^ YOU STAY RIGHT ^ THROWN THROUGH THE \WHERE VOU ARE, HARDY, " LIBRARY WINDOW. I'LL AND X6EP AN EYE ON TAKE A QUICK LOOK 1 JANET/ ILL BE RIGHT OUTSIDE /\. OVER / .... MR. FLINT. WE MIGHT FIND THE BODY. OR AS YOU COSMETROPILAN OPERATORS SAY, THE CORPUSCLE DELICTI ME AUTHORITY TO BOARD THE TWOttWINTHE MORNING? WASH TUB3S rwOU'VIE MI>\PE ^ 8RNVE A.TTEfM>T Mu OF vou wia M»NV AS T 111 GET DOWN, WSTEK EL'- RELEKSE \ WON'T BE HERE,.,NORVOUR FOUR. WON, ^ND GWE 1 PMS I SEE.^PRONCHINSDOWM ! UP, (AOCHO... ! VOU CfWT GET COWN! TO HEIP N\E, */OUNS ^N. BUT / ICKN SEE THE' ITS SUICIDE TO CUNNB THW , Fft.R BEl.CT.'t.jOl<P > iBOfiP" PlW 00AS HESWS-! \SHNKRTTRIpW-l**. SET UEWJE THE WITWN (\MHOUR OR^LLPUT^SLUS THRU ORION'S '. M<D DON'T KIP YOURSELF WON'T! By Walt Disney I COPK. 1946 BY NCA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. E. PAT. OFF. DONALD DUCK "Please don'l call me Reginald any m'oro, Mom—al schoojj lliey'yc. nicknamed me.'HorsefaceM ~ COPR. 1M6 BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. cun'l i»el around me with your sweet words, Mul!i-j Hj AND HIS fry Hershberaer FUNNY BUSINESS LOOK—-THATs THE \ MEPESA I Mow MUCM is \ / ITS WORTH KEADWAITEP. FPOM CHANCE IT WORTH To THE NORTHRIOQE TO PUT / YOU IF HOTEL, THE GUY WE / OVER. /PUSH YOU OUT OWE £ 10 • 10 / Sf\ PEAL / / OF THAT MUDHOLE? Bv Carl Anderso* UP TO PAT6 eer/ Ain 'DOCTOR SORRY WE ?/ L SAID ITS DIDN'T HEAR EH Y^rf ALL RIGHT, I y^Tl WONT QUIBBLE /= ^" V —IS" BUCKS / ' C 'Jt's an automatic signal to slop light crashers 1 Bv v. T. Hainan AULEY OOP WELL, WHATCHA KNOW.'! FIRST. DAY I'M ASSISTANT KING,WHAM! I (3OT TH' THRONE TMYSELFi NUMBER ONE BIG-SHOT, WAT'S ME.' Thimble Theater IF Y'GETINA JAM, TH' GRAND WIZER I SO KNOWS ALL THE ^LOUGl ANSWERSJ THAT SMIRK OFF YER TaoYALPAMAN' SNAPOUTOFIT...WE ;<50TWORK YEP. WE BEEN WANTIN 1 YOU'RE NT-TAKE ATRIP--SO C5OIN- ) NOW, WITH YOU OH TH' AWAYv / JOB,WE'RE GOIN'.' <500DU U I'M OMLV TO LET VOU STARVE IN ^TOCK-5 \J I HAVE BROUGHT VOU A DRINK OF , OLIVE I OKAY, V WHEN VOU HAVE HER REACHED MOUR dOOV By Edgar Martin HOPt V\E OOt-SN'T StT SOU DOPE. tH\(>4G& OUT, AU.PRS.TXy NOUW MOTHER., I too i NOT 6O LO^S ft6O SHE MftOt TtA\<=> SPiKkt TRAP >. ONLN <XMS By J. R. Williami With Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUS& VOfW UP IKi TV\£ SVCV i DID x TELL sj f .' IT NIM& BLOCKS.' RECORDS OUR 'A HE > AND COME BA.CK .k THE COTE X GOT DI-Z-Z.V SPELLS . i •• / VslORKlNi ONi IT/ ' 1 ^ r^.- .._ *& Bv Fred Harmon OT - MKOU&LE", CaTT- &EFORE- « we've SOT to 1 COULD II PE R£.\OT USE W / .sif/ !T OUT O 1 H= RE •' DO FOR TrtE , rr MAKES DS 1H TO UEfxR. IT =•

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