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Fou? HOP1 STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS r (> - ! Wednesday, November 26,1946 «... ^-O ... «. ... .' .,«,.!. . -!•. ....... t^.J-J.J. . CLASSIFIED Ada Must Be In Office Day Before Publication fftrrnberol One Three Six One®—-——^— •— • Word* Up to 15 Iff to __ 20 21 to 25. 26 to 30 . 81'to 33 . rJJ8 tO ^0 . 41 to 43 . '46 to 60. Day Days Days Month .43 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 1,50 iSO 7.50 .90 fiSO.a 4UW 9<00 1.05 2,W>'3.50 10.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 1.35 2.70 , -4.50 13.50 ._ — . . 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for, ^Continuous , Inserti6ng?0uly\-\ »,AU Want Ads Casft^UvjAdyande, • Not Taken ~ For Sole or tease MODERN &EW FOtftt ""ROOM house, bargain terrfw; W: A. Dozier, South Main St. near Hamiters Store; 20-3t For Sale ONE PRACTICALLY NEW 1946 ton and half Studebaker truck. P+.,ir e body, 8:25 tires. See Buck Williams. 6-tf TWO BEAUTIFUL TACKLE PUP- pies, (Dachshund) for sale. Call Paul Cobb, phone 445-J. 19-3t FARM, 6 ROOM HOUSE, BATH, 80 acres, large barn, tractorshed, other outhouses. Running water, Butane. Chas. H. Beck, Shover Springs, Hope, Rt. 2. 19-31 ONE '3 BY 7 AND ONE 2'8" BY '6' 8" CYPRESS FRONT DOORS. Phone 703-J. 416 West 5th St. 19-3t ONE 'DODGE TRUCK. 1939 MOD- el and Hobbs Van, New motor in truck. All in good condition. Good tires. Texarkana Casket Company, Texarkana, Texas. 19-6t ONE NICE NINE PIECE DINING room suite. Phone 753-W. H. E. -Benson. , 19-3t CHRISTMAS GIFTS. FULLER brushes of all kinds. Especially stiff bristles. Mrs. Leon Bundy. Rhone 138. 19-lm 76 ACRE 'FARM, 40 ACRES IN cultivation, part bottom land, 36 acres in pasture and timber. Spring water year round. 5.room house 'and outbuildings. Farm tools and stock wrth or without ,' farm. 1 mile south, of Washington, -.Ark. Eva Hatfield. 19-3t 1 METAL TURNING LATHE, 9 inch craftmas, 1 eight inch bench saw, 1 cabinet radio, 1 table radio, 15 boxes 12 guage shotgun shells, 1 window fan, 5 boat patterns, choice cypress, 1 twelve ft. boat, cypress. C. L. White Southern Ice Co. Phone 72. 20-3t TWO ROW CASE TRACTOR AND equipment, also 1942 one and one- half ton Chevrolet dump truck. See at Texaco Station, Emmet, Ark. . 20-6t HYDRAULIC;!-DUMP BED. SEE or write ''Carl Fuller, Hope, Rt..l. ' .-.;..; 20-3t '6000 FT. NEW LUMBE-R. 2 X 6'"s, •2 X -4's, 1 X 12's, 9-12 light windows, new. New 8-2 panel doors, See Doyle Purtle, Rosston, Ark. : - j 20-3t THREE BEDROOM SUITES, DIN~- ing room suite, breakfast room . -suite,- 2-living room suites, other odd pieces -of furniture. Roll top 1 'desk, 12 tube and 8 tube cabinet radios, 7 ft. Electrolux "refrigerator.. Phone 26-W-ll. 'Mrs. Jones, Spring Hill road, 2 miles out. 20-3t 40 ACRES, GOOD LAND, 8 ACRE pasture, orchard, 4 room house, barn, good water, wagon, cultivator, all other farm tools, 9 miles south of Hope, % mile east of highway 29. 3/4 mile northeast of Milo Shepards home. Priced to ., sell. Elisha Burns. 20-6t 1942 DODGE Va TON ARMY truck, excellent motor, new tires. See Ray Murrah, Phone 873. 20-3t Wonted to Rent 4 OR 5 ROOM UNFURNISHED - apartment or house. Pete Laseter. , Phone 416 or 34-J-3. 19-3t Lost BLACK AND WHITE SETTER "oli^r. no name. Call or notify R. V. Herndon, Jr. l9-3t REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour 'Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ond CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 8B3-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-B 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 411S. Hgtel For Rent THREE ROOM HOUSE, ELEC- tricity. On school bus route. Mrs. Jesse Mclhtosh at Mac's Carruj, 2% miles on Highway 67 west. ic-et Wonted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRtP- ttons to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings. Write Riley Cooper. 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo Real Estote for Sole 116 ACRES, 8 ROOM HOME, lights and deep well. One mile from city limits on highway. Many other good buys. See Rile'y Lewallen, Real Estate. 19-3t FOSTER-ELLIS SEVEN-ROOM RESIDENCE PLUS bath, pre-war priced at $3,000. Owner leaving town Must sell. DUPLEX APARTMENT, BRING- ing $60 per month, price slashed to 34,000. THREE -UNIT APARTMENT, renting for $90 per month. Two extra lots. Once priced at $6,300. Will take $5250 for quick sale. GROCERY STORE AND SIX- room home, four blocks from business area, owner leaving town, $7,500. NATIVE ROCK HOME, NEWLY constructed, 5 rooms bath, all modern, corner lot. GROCERY STORE AT SPRING Hill, all stock and equipment goes for $3750. NUMEROUS FARM LISTINGS IN Hempstead and Nevada counties. FOSTER-ELLIS 108 East Second Phone 221 20-3t Notice 'ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH your present Job?" If you are not and would like to work for a well known Company that can offer you a permanent job with rapid advancement and good pay, see Mr. Brown at the Henry Hotel, from 4 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, November 20, 1946, or write P.O. Box 69, El Dorado, Ark. 20-lt Deliberation on Two-Year Budget Requests Underway - Little Rock, Nov. 20 — (P?}— Pre- session deliberations on the $200,- DOO.OOO two-year budget requests by the various state agencies will get under way at the capilol Monday by the 1947 Legislature's Joint Budget Committee. Members of the committee, announced yesteday, are: Senate: Lee Reaves of Hermitage, E. J. Butler of Forrest City, chairman; Ernest . Maner of Hot Springs, Byron Goodson of Dequeen, vice chairman; Russell Elrod of Siloam Springs, Alf L. Brown of Clarendon and Ellis Fagan of Little Rock; House: Carl Hendrix, Horatio, chairman; L. H. Autry, Burdette, Mississippi county; Hal Moody of Walnut Ridge, Clifton Wade of Fayetteville, Russell Roberts of Conway, Edwin Cash of Malvern, Dick Wright of Arkadelphia, John States of Jonesboro and Max Howell of Little Rock. "Well, Doc , how am I?" "Very well ; your legs are a bit swollen, but that doesn't disturb me." "Sure, Doc, if your legs were swollen it wouldn't disturb me, either." Older hens are more subject to disease than younger pullets. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. 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 Enough By Wettbrook Pegler 'Cipyrlaht, 1946 By'King F«atUC«<» 8vndl6»t*. For a Quality Job... By Efficient Workmen and REASONABLE CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES ond FIXTURES Pft!fe ESTIMATES ON ALL JOBS 228 East 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 •New York, Noy. 19 — Joseph Scattoriggio, a minor Republican political worker against Vito Marcantonio. the candidate of the Communists, in the 18th congressional district of New York, was beaten to death on election clay. That is. he was beaten so badly that he died a few clays later. Marcantonio was elected by a close margin after an angry campaign in which the Republican workers repeatedly complained of fascist terrorism. Governor Tom Dewey called on Scottoriggio in the hospital the day after election and announced that justice would be done. It was the standard "no stone will be left unturned" statement appropriate to such situations, but the death of Scottoriggio has changed maters. Now we have a celebrated case. Marcuntonio, whose votes in Congress are consistently agreeable to Communist policy, replftd that his organization had had no part in the crime. For light on the political methods of the Communists in this district i and for guidance in evaluating | Marcantonio's snarling denial, I turn to an authorized biography of Fiorello La Guardia, by Lowell M Limpus and Burr W. Leyson published by E. P. Button, in New York, in 1938. The biographers write that, after La Guardia opened a law office in New York, in 1922, an ambitious Italian youth came seeking a place and obtained it when he explained to La Guardia, described as "a quiet, reserved, soft-voiced man with pain-seared eyes," that he wanted to be a lawyer. "It was the beginning of the career of Vito Marcantonio, later colony, and always received an uproarious ovation from its members. His entrance into an Italian speakeasy was the advent of roaylty. He had acquired a number of prote- ges whom he chided in fatherly fashion. Chief among these was young Mrcontonio, on whom La Guardia lavished his attention. Marcantonio was now practicing law and La Guardia was proud of the boy's success. He carefully supervised Marcantonio's legal training and worked him into the well- oiled little political machine which he was gradually evolving in har- lem. Afterward, he founded a law firm, admitting his protege to partnership. Seven years later, he had the satisfaction of seeing Marcantonio take the very seat he had occupied in the House.'" This discussion of the idolatry refers to a sad political situation into which bewildered immigrants vvere drawn for poltical exploitation by padrones or "wise guys'" who pretended to be their altruistic friends and by petty generosities wrought them into a faithful political following. Exactly the same method had been used for generations by tammany racketeers downtown whom La Guardia had condemned lor preying on the ignorance, fears and political pliability of the "greenhorn." This was organized segregation of the "underprivileged" by an ostensible friend for his own advantage. Now, the authors tell us, the Ghibonnes "came into being' in La Guardia's campaign of 1924 They explain that "ghibonne" is an Italian word meaning about the same as "swashbuckler." But they are naive. Actually it is the Italian word for Gibbon, the lowest of the anthropoid apes, and it means gangster. Our word for this type is "gorilla," meaning gangster, hoodlum, goon, racketeer or underworld terrorist. "In the ensuing years," Limpus and Leyson write, ',the Ghibones were to increase in number until they had 1800 on their rolls. 1800 idealistic hero-worshippers, led by the brilliant Marcantonio." So in La Guardia's authorized biography .which he edited and censored, we have the unchallenged statement of friendly historians that his protege, Marcantonio, was the leader of La Guardia's gangsters. ,'They were all young and madly devoted to La Guardia," the biography contines. "They gathered to do battle for their idol and each of them took a secret oath of auegiance, promising to follow his leadership unswervingly. This secret fraternity included young lawyers, professional men, war veterans and youngsters just out of college. They were crusaders and they followed their leader blindly, they were the vanguard of a youth movement which swept the district. They mobilized around La- Uuardia and were true to him. This organization, of which most of New York never heard, was a secret fraternity. The members took an oath of personal allegiance to La Guardia." Again we read that "as the election of 1920 drew near," La Guardia "Knew the value of the Ghibonnes. The Ghibonnes saved him by a last-minute canvass on election day. La Guardia won by 54 votes.' In 1928, "the Ghibonnes mobilized behind him once more and his machine functioned perfectly." In 1930, "the Ghibonnes did their work well and their idol again achieved a very satisfactory victory. And, in lt)32, "he /nooilized the Ghibonnes again and marched them out to battle, with Marcantonio and Corsi as his lieutenants." A lectint issue of the New Leader, the New York socialist weekly, under the header, "Alert," dedicated to an expose of all totalitarian enemies of democracy, cites criminal records pi' members of Marcantonio's intimate personal following. They include prostitutes,drug peddlers and brothel keepers. "He has pleaded the cause of anti-fascism and chosen for his lieutenants some of the most notorious underworld figures and Fascist sympathizers," the New Leader says. With La Guardia's retirement, perforce, from electoral public office. Marcantonio became his heir. He received La Guardia's endorsement in the recent fiolent campaign in Harlem. The oath-bound, secret Fascist society, which i'ol- lowed La Guardia as an organized terrorist gang as the Black-Shirts followed Mussolini, already had "marched out to battle" under Marcantonio as a lieutenant. Marcantonio, in 1946, had become the duce of the Ghibonnes, or gorillas, of the 18th district. Burr W. Leyson, one of the au- New York. Nov. 20 —(#>)— Although New York has clinched the Eastern division title and Cleveland virtually has won the western crown, the All-America football conference hasn't disclosed where the east-west playoff will take place. . . Presumably its scheduled for the western city on Dec. '.'.2, but the AAC folk's may remember the kind of weather the national leaguers encoumert:u in Cleveland last December. . . Miguel Llancr- as, who played for trie University of Havana against Long Island U. in Cuba last spring, has turned up on Clair Bnes LIU basketball squad. That loorcs like a record i'or tong tango r°oruiting. . Columbus. Ga., is bidding for "any outstanding high school football team in the country to play in the first peanut bowl game there, Jan. . With plans being made :i!or a 22;000 21'owd, they wont play for pea- outs, either. Problem Player Last summer a Xirl named Jay Van Noy played a little baseball jn the pioneer league and when he decided to go to college vhere was iome question about his eligibility. . . The Big Seven conference voted 4-3 that Jay hadn't played enough to be regarded as a professional. . . At that time Van Noy apparentlv was headed for Utah U. and one of the "no votes was cast by Utah State. . . Now Jay Van Noy is a star freshman halfback. . where? Why, Utah State. Hows That Again? From an AAU handout concern- ng changes in constitution and by laws: "Three proposals deal with the denial of A. A. U. membership to any or all subversive groups or clubs, whose objective is the overthrowing and undermining of the American system of government. . . . Comes the revolution, you'll lose your A. A. U. card. Cleaning the Cuff Bruce Drake is talking about chartering a plane to fly his Oklahoma U. basketball team to a couple of more distant games. With oxygen equipment -chey probably 'could get over one of the Ag- gies centers . . .Teddie Faulk, Auburn end, recently opened a cafe in the college town and coaches are wondering whether Teedie will gain weight or lose it by worrying about how much grub his teammates get on the cuff. o UCLA Has Best Offensive Record By AUSTIN BEALMEAR New York, Nov. 20 — (ff>)— The best ofensive record in college football is owned today by the all- victorious Bruins of U.C.L A who stake their claim to the Pacific Const Conference championship and their hopes for a Rose Bowl State Playoff Three special radio networks will broadcast three of the four first round games in the 29^G play - off fur the Arkansas High School Football Championship. This is the first year for these games to be broadcast. All games will be played at 8:15 o'clock, Friday night, November 22nd. Broadcasting will start f'ot" the playing fields at 8:00 o'clock. uinl - known Southwestern sports and color announcers have been'en- gaged to make these special oroadcasls. At El Dorado. Monticcllo High School will play Magnolia High School at Rowland Field. George P. Muono'v will give; the play -by play account of the game, and Ray VVinklor will give the color and descriptive highlights. The following stations comprise the special network for-'this broadcast: KELD, El Dorado. ' 1400 Kc.; KAMD, Camden, 1450 Kc.; KOTN, Pine Bluff, 1490 Ku.: and KCMC, Texarkana, 1^30 Kc. In Little Rock. Little Rock High School will meet Catholic High School of Little Rock on Tiger Field. The play . by - play report will be given by Robert Fulton, with Tee'i Caspar giving the color and descriptive highlights. This game will be broadcast by the following. Stations: KLRA, Little Rock 1010 Kc.; KXLR, North Little Rock 1450 Kc.; and 1CWFC, Hot Springs, 1340 Kc. Van Buron Hii?h School and Conway High' School will meet on Grizzly Field: at Ft. Smith, Bonnie L-iaig wul give the play - by - play account of this game, with Don Corbet doing the color and descriptive highlights. Stations which will carry this game are: KHOZ, Harrison, 1240 Kc.: and KTHS, Hot Springs, 1090 Kc. o Title Games to Get Underway This Weekend Little Rock, Nov. 20 — (/P) — Eatesyille and Little Rock's title-, favored Tigers are the only undefeated, untied teams which will toe the mark Friday night in the first round of the Arkansas high school football playoffs. The Little Rock powerhouse rolled up 375 points to 12 for the opposition in nine District One games. Only Foi'dyce and Hot Springs managed to score on the Tigers, who wort every game by at least 30 points. Catholic High, which must tangle with the Tigers nt Little Rock Friday night, won all five of its district eight games but lost to Bcnton in a non-league go. For the season the Rockets have eight wins and one defeat. Conway, the District Four champion which meets Van Burc of the Second District , didn't actually lose on the field of play but its record was marred by a forfeit to Dardanelle. The Wampus Cats beat Dar'danclle, 19-0, but were found to have used an ineligible player. Conway has a season record ot seven victories and one loss. Van Buren lost to Fort Smith in a non-district game and was vied by Fayetteville but won the remaining seven tiffs on its schedule. Magnolia, Seventh District kingpin, breezed through its league encounters but suffered its only setback at the hands of Camden, an also-ran in the first circuit. Magnolia's season record is nine victories, one defeat. Monticcllo, which will play Magnolia in the first round, was tied by McGehee in District Six competition and Jost to Fordyce in a non-district affair, winning the other eight tilts on its schedule. Helena-West Helena, which takes on Batesville at Forrest City in what likely will be the best of the playoff battles, in unbeaten and unscorod upon in eight games but was tied, 0-0, by Brinkley. Bates- vile copped all eight of its Third District scraps and added xhc scalp of Blythcvillc of District One i'or | good measure. I. Rose Bowl/ Big Nine Close Deal Berkeley, Calif., Nov. 20 — (/P)— The Pacific coast and Big Nine confeiences early today signed a five-year football agreement that slammed the Rose Bowl door 'in anxious Army's i'nco and probably will send Illinois — which voted against the pact — into the world's richest bowl contest J--m. 1. Illinois, ranking Vltth nationally, is the potential Big Nine (western conference) champion, having only to win from Northwestern Saturday to clinch the vitle. Undefeated University of California at Los Angeles, no. -\ college eleven, holds the edge Over the once-beaten University of Southern California, rated tenth in the national football poll, to, become the host team for the bowl. The issue will be decided when the two teams ! clash Saturday, at Los Angeles. Should U. C. L. A. and Illinois emerge as rivals in the tournament of roses classic, the west would again see Buddy Younj? fleetfootecl Illinois back who starred for the fleet cily navy team on tne west coast last year and ::or whom UCLA alumni were at one time reported bidding. An official press release by the Big -Nine-Pacific coast negotiators made no mention of powerful Aimy, but the terms of the (60 Plane Spotted s Frankfurt, Germany, Nov. 20 — UP)— Two' U. S. bomber pilots .spotted the wreckage of un Amonfmi Army transport plane on a 12,000- fool-hifih . platciiu in the southern French Alps today as French alpine troops struggled up the steep slopes to aid the seven passengers, including . iour \vomcn and a girl, and four crewmen. A C-47,, ; lrnnsport plane was reported enroute from Turin, Italy, with icoDd, blaiiKots and medical .supplies 'as the two bombers circled th.e'vvvreckage of the C-53 — ^vh.l.ch-.'cMsh-landed yesterday —to 'guide irtftbue partips. := lot a ixusu £>owi;s ; ..B.epqfts^.from Vienna said five rdays struggle witK,U^erson|r*bpard the downed craft Hnn"aY~~r"niT«,B ;l "? OUI A C iu < ? J? y l £ e Na'-" ftb 'ta'ialities. THere* \vas''no inior- *hm» jhnt fi? n Athletic Bureau mation,.as: to who was injured or show that the Bruins jumped from how badly. lion's off»nc t; Pla i CC , am ° n .5 the ,'''l- ' Passengers on the C-53 included tion s offensive leaders by rolling a U. S. brigadier general and his n tLfr fi7 I 01 "* 1 W 'V 2 :v ' p , rclq wii:e a »d,..the wives of two other J?J, *• 7f rout of Monl£ "ia last brigadier 1 generals, one of whom weeic, Jbi ot tnern on me ground. was the mother of the pilot Cant •"alph H. 'Tate, Jr. The plahes first locating the In brushing aside eight" "oppo- KaTph" T R v Tate, nents so far this season, U.C.L A " .as covered a total of 3,279 yards on both running plays and forward- passes for an average gain of 409 9 yards 'per game. Notre Dame, which last week shared the top spot with Boston College, slipped to second place with an average of 399.6 yards per game, although the Irish piled up 48 yards in their 27-0 triumph over Northwestern. These figures from the official service bureau of the National Collegiate Athletic Association 'ndi- cate busy times ahead for the Trojans of Southern Cal., who run smack into Notre Dame a week aft er their U.C.L.A. engagement. Although Notre Dame lost ground in the battle for total offensive honors, the Irish regained the lead in the rushing department, moving up from second position to replace Detroit, which dropped to third. Army, still unbeaten and recognized as the nation's No. 1 team, is no better tnan tenth in uoui rushing and total offense, Georgia's passing completion nercenlage of .542 is the best and Oklahoma A. and M. with 14 com- tiicuuns in 2i! attempts ,has thrown the most passes and completed the most, remaining the passingest team in the country. theirs of the book, writes that the material about the Ghibonnes was "entirely factual." "Why the story was not broken by the New York papers I do not Know,' 1 Mr. Ley son wrote in a letter on Dec. 17, 1943. "La Guardia went over the book and based no objections to it.' Mr. Leyson adds that he thought the book a poor one because U said nothing to La Guardia's discredit. He agrees that it was "a campaign document." Against Marcantonip's denial that any member of his following could be accused of lulling a man tor exercising his "democratic" right in an ostensibly free American election, there stands --n authorized biography of his patron, flatly stating that La Guard:.-) had at his service a storm-troop of oath-bound and utterly unscrupulous gang terrorists serving, ?n those days, under Marcantonio as "lieutenants." ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 138 — 554-J Health and Accident v; 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. IGNS and SprdyPainting Buildings • Houses Barns • Vehicles • Etc, Waller & Wal'ur Phone.710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. Doug '/"'ITV Carl Bacon. 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