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W6ifd« Up td 15 ..l€ to 20 .....< 81 to 25 ...». 86 to 30 51 to 03 f.M 36 to W...-: 41 to *6 4.60 ..8.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 16.00 JbfttinuoiW In Advance the Ph&he ,or Lease HOOM tettns. W. A. Doz- lit St< near Harniters 20-St : or Sole (ICTICALLV NEW 194C half Studebaker truck, ft B:25 tires. See Buck G-tf Ot>Gfi T/RUCK, 1939 MOD d'Hobbs Van, New motol- in . All in good condition. Good . fes. Texarkarm Casket Iny, , Texarkahaj Tekas. For Rent HOUSE, ELEC. -ri'&bhool bus route. Mrs. JeSsBiMelntbsh at Mac's CamiJ, nate's on Highway 07 west. \r ,. Ifi-Ot Wonted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- tions to anj'^'hagazine. Order your Christmas gjft-'subscription now. Phone 28 or <3(}9-Rv Charles Reynerson atHopiCity Hall. 15-lm Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON'IN9IDJ3 VE- netlan Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds arid' awnings. Write Riley Cooper, 190D West 37th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo Real Estate Com 19-6t IR1STMAS GIFTS. FULLER .biiUShes-Of all hinds. Especially ./Stiff -bristles, Mrs. Leon Bundy. ft-Phong 138. ' - 19-lm fWlABTAL TURNING LATHE, 9 ' *inclr eraftmds, 1 eight inch bench ' -'Vr 1 cabinet radio, 1 table "a," 15 boxes 12 guage shotgun window fan, 5 boat pat- FOSTER-ELL"^ >y-»A SEVEN-ROOM RESIDENCE^PLUS bath, pre-war priced at SS'ipOO Owner leaving town Must sejl DUPLEX APARTMENT, BRIN"&,- ing SUO per month, price slashec to $4,000. THREE -UNIT APARTMENT renting for $90 per month. Two extra lots. Once priced at 36,300 Will take S5250 for quick sale. ^, , terns, choice cypress, 1 twelve »ft,-boat, cypress. C. L. White 1^-Southern lee Co. Phone 72. 20-3t I TWO- ROW CA~SE TRACTOR AND .-equipment; also 1942 one and one- half ton Chevrolet dump truck. See "at Texaco Station, Emmet, Ark. • 20-6t SlIVDRAULIC DUMP BED. SEE or Write Carl Fuller, Hope, Rt. 1. 20-3t 16600 FT. NEW LUMBER, 2 X 6's, \a.X 4's. 1 X 12's, 9-12 light win- ',dows, new. New 8-2 panel doors, See Doyle Purtle, Rosston, Ark. 20-3t ITHREE. BEDROOM SUITES, DIN" ing room suite, breakfast room ,,suite, 2 living room suites, other jodd pieces of furniture, Roll top J3esk-i 12 tube and 8 tube cabinet s, 7 ft. Electrolux refrigera- one 26-W-ll. Mrs. Jones, " Hill road, 2 miles out. 20-3t 140 ACRJSiS.rGpOD LAND. 8 ACRE | pasture^br'cHard, 4 room house, | barn, good,-' water, wagon, culti- | Vator, aHV.otBer farm tools, 9 GROCERY STORE AND SIX Fair Enough By Wettbroek Peeler Copyright, 194« Bv Klna Featured Svnritcftt*. 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 Baseball Star Charged by Government Monroe ,La., Nov. 21. —(UP) — Murrell Jones, 25-year-old Chicago New York, Nov. 20 — The Republican response to President Truman's appe.il for cooperation between a lame-duck president and a Republican Congress in the national interest is provisional, but certainly more reassuring than the conduct of Franklin D. Roosevelt and his mischievous band of barber-shop chorisls during the fateful months between Roosevelt's first election in 1932 and his -first inauguration four months later. Those were months whose developments turned the course .of the world, when a flippant and actually playful group of cynics delighted in the somber appeals of President Herbert Hoover for honest, conscientious help in maintaining the recovery then apparently on the wav to some measure oC fulfillment. The great war itself might have been averted then, but they joked in their corny, pedagogic way, for they had the mirthless humor of the professor talking dirty to show that he is, after all, a^real he-man and one of "the fellows," and it mattered not to them hat the nation suffered if Hoover could bo made to suffer a litle mote. The crisis was Hoover's "baby", in Roosevelt's own phrase and they made faces and pinched it to make it cry, but it was the nation's baby, too, and, as one cdi- toriaLpre'dicted, it grew up lo play with .matches. Certainly t we have this advantage in----'the- present situation, that rhe new-national legislature and Dewey, Taftr, Bricker and the Diner leatling candidates tor Mr. Truman's office in 1948 do not re- mere opportunity to rock the boat Cor the pleasure of walching Mr. Truman turn green and drape himself over the rail. Cooperation will mean that Mr,.,-Truman must cooperate with Ihem lo the exent of disowning the element best person- ififed by Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. This following had its day at the polls and lost, and any further attempt to promote its program and its political personalities and fortunes will be rebuked. Cooperation can go just so far. Mr. Truman New York, Nov. 21 —-(/P)—Word from the West Coast is that vhe forst is oh the Army team as.well as the pumpkin and while assorted Easterners still are annoyed about this\ freeze-out it seems as good a time as any to suggest that bowl contracts be extended further . , , While', the Big Nine and Pacific, Coast thnmps are meeting in the Rose BoAvl, why not pair up Ihe top teams of the Ivy League and the Southern Conference In the Orange Bowll each year, and organize the Eastern "independents" topped by Army and Navy, to hike on the Southeastern champion in the Sugar Bo\M? . . . The Cotton Bowl already \has its Southwest Conference al(iance and some other group, pcfcsibly the Big Six, could provide thp party of the second part. \ Objections Ovd-ruled The "Ivy groiW' is avowedly against bowl ganvs, but even Ihls might be overcome. One purpose of the Big Nitfc Pacific Coast agreement is to lifriit preparations so that neither tckm gets an advantage and neilhir forgets about December classes Iwhile concentrating on New Yeil-'s Day. A similar, and perhaps tighter agreement, could give an Ivy-South uis- sle Ihe status of a liir reward for a season's effort u'i the players. .... As for the Sugtl Bowl tussle, there are perhaps <l dozen less- <ieH Eastern schools which r"uld profit in more waysAhan one bo filming a league. A close nssocia with them likely would induce Southeastern Conference to M .,.,jt a more orthodox attitude tovnrd rewarding players. Their similled commercialism helped stiii all this talk about who should pliiV In Ihe bowls. Wnon Ihe University of Kentucky first'hired Bear Bryant to put the Wildcats on the football map. some of tlV buys were kidding Adolph Hupp, Kentucky* basketball -oach, about the move Adolph Texas Mines Ace Leads in Punting 156 T«e Off in $12,000 Golf Tournament ..Atlanta, Nov. 21 — (/P)—A field of 150, including flll but n few ot pro- tesslonnl golf's top players, teed I off today in the opening round of New York, Nov. ii —(/P)—Texas the $12,000 Bruid Hills invitational Mines continues to make a prnc- golf tournament. "«. of ...^ vti l?.PJJ? g J ) " 1 !, 1 ] 11 ?,. C S . %." "ognn of Hershoy, Pa., the pions with Fied Vvendt its latest candidate lo top the long distance bootcrs In college ranks. , . lending money winner of the year, and rated as the game's current top player, was the favorite to cop Owen Price won the Utle for| lho 72-hole event over the 0,n75- Texns Minus two years in a row ynl . t i layout, but Hogan said he be- M Ivi4n nnrl 1B41 nnrl ilniV Wpnrl ii_...—i ...... ' ., .. o _.. Wcndt, doesn't want football," one Hvnl insisted, "because every time he'd get <\ good, tall center, the football coach would grab him lo piny end." . . . Hupp just grinned. "I'd like to have a football team good enough to play in a bowl game every year," he replied. "Then when fl'lks started asking about my bnskolbnll team in January they wouldn't notice that we had been practicing for three months." Pigskin Pickings Southern California vs. U.C.I..A. California al L. A. Is sure tq have a pleasant day. Michigan vs. Ohio Slate The boys from Ann Arbor Take the Bucks lo the barber. Illinois vs. Northwestern Buddy .Young ain'l overawed But we think the Wildcats will Sell. Elisha Bmpw. 20-6t 1942 DODGE ARMY truck, excellent motor, .new tires. See Ray Murrah, -BHone 873. -••<* 20-3t ' NEW RECORD PLAYER^ P/RAGTI- cally new set Compton's Reler- "pnce Books, Standard Underwood Typewriter, 1 wheel chair. Phone. 662-J. 205 East Ave. B. 21;--~ :,80 ACRE FARM, 6 : ROOM HOUSE; i, | '-lights, gas, on school bus and V. >f mail route, good outbuildings. H. V G. Moore, Phone 1097-R. 1 mile out on S.P.G. road. $10,000. 21-6t Vv~ BOYS RECONDITIONED 24 INCH i bicycle, for . sale. See Job" B. ' Jordan at B. R. Hamm Motor Co. 21-3t SIX-FOOT NORGE REFRIGERA- i tor. Perfect condition. Douglas, phon-e 600. Frank. 21-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY - HOUSEHOLD FURNI- tu,re, one piece • or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo MODERN FIVE OR SIX ROOM house. Phone 442 or 29-W-2. Byron Hefner. 21-31 Notice MY SEWING SHOP WILL BE ' closed from Nov.' 27 to Dec. . 1. Mrs. H. M. Hatcher. 21-3t Claude. Title Playoff Series to Get Underlay By The Associated Pres9\ The first state high schoU football championship playoff \series in Arkansas history will be«n tomorrow, night but instead 'ofbhap- ing up as a postseason classp jt looms as a breeze for The little Rock Tigers. -\ ••• •--••• On and off paper the TigersAun- Assistant Asgic Coach Botckey Named Player of the Week Houston, Tex., Nov. 21 '— (/P)— VVclclon Humble, Rice Institute guard, who did everything against the Texas Agfcios last Saturday n football coach dreams that his with an average of 44.5 yards appears ready to return the championship to. the El Paso campus. With two games to go, against Biigham Young and New Mexico Aggies, Wendt has opened up a good-sized gap on runnerup John Ucilvin of Purdue who has averaged 42.8 yards. The 1945 king, Harry Ghaul of Vliami F(la.) has been making a steady climb since he was dropped >ut of contention by a blocked •dck. Ghaul now 3eorgc Conerly of Mississippi and Florace Gitlom ot Nevada respec- lively holding third and i'ourth spots behind thu lenders. Neil Armstrong ot Oklahoma A. and M. still holds the lead in pass receiving according to the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau. Armstrong lias nabbed 32 forwards for total gains of 479 yards lo 29 for Broughton (Brute) Williams of Florida. However Williams has caught almost half the passes his learn has completed. Jack Roderick of Yale took third position by catching live for the Elis against Princeton, boosting his season total ID 25. • Forrest Hall, the 23-year-old ex- GI from Oil City, Pa., with San Francisco University, who set a new modern record lor kickol't returns a week ago, faildd to add to his total of 14 returns lor 548 yards, still good enough for ,:i commanding lead. Clyde Leforce of Tulsa had a big day. returning punts against Baylor bringing back five kicks for a total of 132 yards including one 88-yard gallop ioif a touchdown assured him ot: passing Ala- lieved any one of n dozen or more players would win the event. Among other contenders are Herman Kelser of Akron, O., who won Ihe last two tournaments he entered at Knoxvillc and Richmond, Va. Adding those to the Masters title ho won at Augusta last April, Sammy Snead ot Hot Springs, Va, Jimmy Demaret ot Houston, Texas, Dutch Harrison of Little Rock, Ark, Henry Ransom of Ravlnla, Ills., y u uiutneu ? ntl Hnl ' olcl McSpadcn ot Snnford, is fifth wlthi M . c " nre nlso among the favored The tournament, which resumes the winter tour, will be plnycd with summer rules in use and contestants who have plnycd several piactice rounds over >hc par 72 course predict that a total of 278 will be necessary to win. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Binghamton, N. Y. —- Lee Q Murray. 210, South Norwalk, Conn., Knocked out Sandy McPherson, 216, Tulsa,, 2. Wilmington, De. — Ernie Calhoun, 140, York, Pa., outpointed Eddie Thomas. 138, Baltimore, d. Somerville, N. J. — Russ Hawkins, 149, New York, knocked out Lew Miller, 148, Brooklyn, 2. Miami, Fla. — Vince G.'imbill 145, El Reno, Okla., T. K. O. Dave Meredith, 141, West Palm Beach, By United Press" ' / Provldehce, tt. It .TaBkle Webber, 132, Pnwluehbl, R.' l.v out. pointed Nick Trlmlanl, ,130 New York, 10. Lynn; MDBS. — Sam SluittuVfty, 17!) 1-2, Webster. Mass., outpoint- ed Johnny Martin, IBS, Beverly, Mass., 8. Bangor, Me. — Herm Freeman, 140, Bnngor, outpointed Johnny Campbell, 138, Brewer, Me., 3. Gnlvoston, Tex. — Lew Jenkins, 30, Swoetwaler, Tex., slopped Ted arcla, 134, Las Vegas, N. M., 9. Oakland. Cal. •— Speedy Caba- ello, 127, Manila, stopped Mario Trigo, 131, Mexico City, 1. ly Associated i'ress poll. LeForce .now has returned 22 kicks i'or 30'J yards to Gilmer's „ rlr, toclnv is the lolal of 35 ' 2 ''George Clark of Duke •lo-wc'ck" iluhc week-1 I s . «>"- d wilh 329 *»'•<" °" 1» ™»- defeated, untied District Bne champs, stand head and shoulcbrs --*-•• o" jt-ttjb ju Atii, .ITJ.-1, . J.llllllctll i ., .. i iip'T seems never to have been happy abovc tno sevel1 other Playoff-\n- in this comnnnv. hnwpvor nnrl n= trants. It wouldn t be an upsct\jf miles south of Hope, % mile east White Sox first-baseman and war of highway 29.^/4 mile northeast hero of the South Pacific, was in pf^Milo^ShepjirdsJjome. Priced to _ the custody of the Federal Bureau of Investigation with three other men today, charged with the theft of government property from Selman field. The lanky Jones, together with Anthony Elmer John Schoroeder, Anthony F. Scalone and Oscar Jack Wicks, Jr., were arrested yesterday and charged with removing $1,092 worth of equipment irom several Selman Field warehouses, ^subsequently removing it to an area near a private "hangar leased by\J,ones several months ago. '. E. Weeks, a special agent in _rrge--.. of the Louisiana FBI, charged- the men with stealing a sewing ^machine, a recharger aircraft oxygen cylinder, an air compressor, TOO.feet of high oressure rubber hose,'-a single disc polishing machine, T4 .-fluorescent lamps, a lathe and coolel-ator. All the men -were honorably discharged servicemen and Jones had been credited with ^downing seven Japanese planes while serving as a navy flier. Jones, a native of -Epps, in this company, however, and, as a masculine, worldly, ma'n 'he is more comfortable among- other men, Democrats or Republicans, whose word, as man lo man, means what it says and is not, as Felix Frankfurter . wrote, with feline reasoning, pernicious oversimpli-. ficaticn. Truman has paid his debt to Hyde Park and it took his last cent of political capital to do it and now he is broke but square with the spook. It would be too much to ask that the Republicans refrain irom 'crying to run some of the rascals in, now that they have run them out. There will be legitimate reasons for committees under Republican control to demolish the reputations of pernicious adventurers and send some of them to political perdition and on to Alcatraz for thievery and connivance. If, therefore, duty becomes a extraordinarily sweet pleasure they cannot be blamed for that. Unlike the Roosevelt special, the excursion of soiled and grubby and greedy misanthropes who went whooping to Washington bawling '*happy days are here agan," mocking honesty and sneering at poor Hoover's concern ,ihe leaders of the new power indicate a serious intention to reform and restore government rather than to play the game of crackdown. No Louie Me-' Henry Howe has appeared among them with a pack on his back, ped- La., upscfejf Little Rock should fail to win tw official state crown; it would beA shock. It will be a surprise if an) of the Bengals' iocs can keep dow the Koch, who saw the Army-Oklahoma game says "Humble far outclasses any lineman Army or Oklahoma offered." Three weeks' ago End Windell Williams, whose injured ankle pro- vented nim irom playing on \he defense against Texas, took one of 10 score. . \Virtril Eikcnbcrg's passes in the Catholic High of Little Rock, the\ e nd zone for a touchdown and hurl. Eighth District winner, has the assignment of being the first to feel Little Rock's might and by its own admission hopes to "hold the score lo GO points." The two capital city elevens will square off at Tiger stadium. ?est game of the first round is , - dling magazine pieces by sudden- 50,000 Rat ^ ... GILLS RAT KILLER Harmless to anything but rats and mice. Guaranteed MONTS SEED STORE borke into professional" baseball new with Monroe of the Cotton States • League in 1938 and moyed to Shreveport of the Texas League the next season. He was obtained by the White Sox in 1942 and went on baseball's national defense service list upon entering the service. ; Last year he began the season with Chicago and showed well in the few games he played before breaking his arm in an accident. Ted Lyons, manager of the White Sox, said he had been counting on the six-foot-three-inch right-hander 'or regular service in 1947. o ly literary wives and daughters of employes will be increased Jan. 1, |°" jy rtefused l ,° cooperate with an Dr. T. T. Ross, state health oiti- '™ st , P9 werless President, but cer, said today. The increases will average REMOVED FREE • Within 40 Miles .* DEAD HORSES, COWS end CRIPPLES ' Texarkana .Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R , 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 — W» Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargain* In Secondhand Furniture f hone 152 411 S. Ha*el due proportion of by himself, in a full-line-forcing scheme. If there is a Tommy the cork or Benny the cone or Henry the morgue among them he is unrecognized as yet. It would be unwise of any member of the discredited left wing to say at any time during this period of cooperation that the Re- pubjicans have preferred to harm the "country's interests merely to emba'rrass Roosevelt's heir in the White House. For any such attack would be a reminder to others that in 1932. when Hoover pleaded for e 'Bock, Nov. 18 — (/P)— Sala- he f and ' lr ? effect, offered Roose, . — — a- , •ies of state Health Department Y e l a receivcrsmp, Roosevelt not be- ween $10 and $20 a month, he said n an address before the opening session of a four-day seminar for milk and food sanitarians here today. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete Information write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS For a Quality Job... By Efficient Workmen ,v and REASONABLE CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL JOBS 239 Ea$t Ira" $t, Hope, Ark. Phone 61 , reated alarms .outside the White 'ouse to make his problem worse, s though Hoover., the man him- elf, mattered und-as though he elfishly cared. "v One of the greatest, lies of the vhole campaign, Mr. Hoover once aid was the Jie that the country vas in ruins and that "'BobseveU escued it. '.\. "History will record that;,, with he election over, the whole coun- ry hesitated awaiting 'the Vvew jolicies," said a document in which Mr. Hoover's position was ex^ )lained after years of rnisrepresen- ation, much of it scurrilous, 'Rumors spread that Mr. Roose- 'elt would devalue the currency ind, in consequence, people tired o get their money out of banks and speculators tried to ship it out of the country. Mr. Roosevelt re- 'used to reaffirm the promises he had made the night before election lot to tinker with the currency and •efused to cooperate in other di- ections to stem the tide of fear, of what? It was a panic of be the battle between Hcl- Helena of the Fifth District and Batesville, unbeaten -king of the Third. These two powers tangle..at Forrest City and the till looks like a toss-up with Balesville a^sliight favorie. Anolhdjr close one could bn the El Dorado 'meeting of Monlicello, Sixth District, and Magnolia, Seventh, but''•'•most observers favor Coach Marvin- Lindsey's Panthers of Magnolia to win without too Van Buren, tops in the Second Dibinci. anu Coiivyay, '.fourth District titiist, will square off at- Fort Smith to round out'the ::irst round. After the first- ; round, playoff competition will be suspended a week to permit the surviving teams to play their traditional rivals on Thanksgiving Day. The four first-round winners will play in Ihe semi-finals Dec.'6 or 7 and :ho championship gamev will be played Dec. 13 or 14. Teams which failed 'to earn playoff berths will continue -regular season play this week and next. In addition lo the playoffs, games carded this week include: Texarkana at Benton. McGehee at Pine Bluff. Fort Smith at Fayetteville. El Dorado at Oklahoma City. Memphis Messick at Blytheville. Russellville at Springfield, Mo. Hope at Fordyce. Houston, Miss., at .lonesboro. Walnut Ridge at Paragould. Rogers at Bentonville. Newport at Marked Tree. Ashdown at Foreman. Cabot at Carlisle. Pocahonlas at Uearcy. Dierks at Arkadelphia. Prescott at Gurdon. Hcllv Grove at Marvell. Lonokc at Wynne. Hamburg at Lakeside. Marianna at McCrory. Clarendon at England. ; Hughes at Dewiti. Augusta at Parkin. Booneville at Paris. lis hand when'he ran into a fence \l Ihe end of, the field. He was uken out of the gamp, but rc- t\nicd later lo catch another Ei- kmberg pass in the end zone ior a touchdown. «>r these feats which helped givy Rice an 18-13 victory and drop "on\ was \ia ranks of ihe :ia- undefeatcd • teams Williams lined lineman of 'ihc week, comp'ete list of linemen led Ihis week: Endf( Mann, Michigan. Tacfii|es: Paine, Oklahoma; Ballard, t^uisi an a Slate; Williams, Georgia Edwards, Texas Christian; MlW, Arkansas. Guardi^ Humble, Rice; Andros, , Army ;Sl. John, Geor- backs. Saturday was a quiet day in the pass interception department and none of the leaders .were disturbed. Larry Hatch's total of | eight is still the best With seven each for Arnold Tucker of Army, P. O'Donnell of Harvard nnd Gilmer of Alabama. CALL 119 Lei us help you with your bedding troubles. We make.new or renovate any kind, or size ot mattresses. 1 Day Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" Q21 W. 3rd St. Phone 119 COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main Refrigerator REPAIRS Phbne 800- J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Se' BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixture! Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Heating Hope, Art. Plumbing Phone 259 Oklahoma B'arzilauskas, Yale; gia; Sidwughl,' Soulhcrn Melhod- iSt. L : [Centers: \3edriark, Penn; Mecks,' South Carr^innv Duke, Georgia Tech; Nabojs, Texas Tech. HesltHiand Accident INSURANCE Complete Ufetime Protection Hospital Promotion for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha,;Vlebraska MRS. CLAUDEWHITEHURSr Phone 952-J 1(013 W. 5th St. SiGNSland ^ Spray Painting Buildings • fjouses Barns • Vehicle; • Etc. Waller & Phone 7TO-W or \94-W Hope, Ark. ' Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPH made of You and Your Loved Uhes By ARTIST Photographls The Shipley Stud 220 S. Walnut Hope, Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanic*: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMI' • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fonder Shop • Complete Paint Shop VISIT OUR NEW AND COMPLETE RECORD SHOP Records and Albums for 'every age and taste. MAKE THIS A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Shjp early. The perfect Gift awaits you at • COBB-TOOLEY RADIO CO. Radio, Phonographs nnd Radio Service Sec Us For .. . INSURANCE Insure with the Stronger Mutual Companies. Complete Protection . . . 20% Rtturn Dividend on Your Insurance Cost. In other Words, Maximum Protection at 20% SAVINGS! • Fire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile Real Estate LOANS • Gl 4% Interest • FHA4J% Interest Purchase Your Home Through Us ... Up lo 20 Years to Payl Foster-Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 jank depositors induced by New Deal and Mr. Roosevelt. the Haying created a sense of impending commotion in ths very air of Washingon, Roosevelt then came out on the scaffold before .he capitol and said that all his countrymen had to iear was :"ear itself. The course he took to cure those fears may be judged by a comparison between the national debt when the nation went u> war, and figures lost their meaning, and the debt under Hoover, when Roosevelt was criticizing him for extrav- agence and bureaucracy. Undoubtedly, whether Mr. Truman agrees or not, the Republicans now will change laws which conferred on John L. Lewis the power to strangle ail industry and on the Communists the power to wreck the American merchant fleet. Pro bably he will be agreeable, :"or he never was a New Dealer himself, but only a typical party Democrat. But there is no prospect, not even talk, of Republican proposals to damage the nation further, to dis rupt industry nnd pr.iployment and frighten bank depositors merely for the purpose of making Truman wince. Many millions of young American voters today know only what tney have heard in party propa- gariria and slogans about the state of the nation when Roosevelt took over and who was responsible for the crisis. If the Germans need reeducation, so do a whole generation of American volers who believe lhal General Douglas MacArlhur rn'issarired fnrlo'-n and helpless velerans of the first world war to drive me oonus rnarcner.s out 01 Washington while Herbert Hoover cowered behind..Ihe curtains al Ihc- wnuc House. It" .will be news to most of them Ih'at nol a snot was lired nor a velerari hurl afler Mac- Arlhur appeared fuorn Fort Myer .o expel a mob organized and incited by the Communists of Moscow to overthorw the American Republic by violence. Doug /"'I'fV Garl Bacon \+>i I .1 Jobes ELECTRIC CO. — for -i House Indusrrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairr Phone 784 WANTED White Oak Log and Heading Bolts Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more detail Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkaniat Say... MERRY CHRISTMAS To Your Loved Ones With a Portrait! No Gift Is More Personal .'. . . More Appreciated Phone 493 or 114-J for an appointment NOW, have your Christmas shopping over and avoid the last minute rush! WILLIAM R. HERNDON, Photographer First National Bank Building 2nd Floor ORDER NOW 1 'v Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J LES FOR WE MUST BE, because that's a tradition with this company. MUST BE, because that'/ what you expect when drive in here. , •• MUST BE, because that'ya co'ndition on which we have hired every merger of our service-with-a-srrile staff. O.UR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byrort Hefner Phone 441 OUK BE OF THE BIST! Heart and Sap Cypress Also Pin§ \ * A \ Across Street frorti Hope Ba^cet Co. HOPE SHINGLE CO. Phone 17 (AJH---- in]OMinutes! Boifow money from H* on your car, or a I most any thing of value. We'll lend you all you need if we poisibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually get* you the cash. Ask tor Mr. McUorty, »t Hope Auto Co. Thursday, November 31, 1946 4v Cfilc* to Una OZARK IKE £ ILONDIE By Ray Gotto '"! ir* I'LL NEVBT^T =\ WHO'S TRACKING ): IVEGOT1XD RUB OUT THESE CLOTHES BE-FORE r\ 1 DO ANOTHER r^ [ THING ^ ^L AH'D ftATHER GIT HIT BY A TRAIN, BUT THIS IS TH' ONLY WAY T'STOP HIM... I UNDERSTAND HOW > WE Dlf?TY SO Z?7 ALL THIS MUD ON THE PORCH I GET SO TIRED WHEN I SEE ANYBODY WORK LIKE THAT AH ONLY REGRET (CHOKE) THAT AH HAVE BUT ONE LIFE T'LOSE PER MAH CLAN/ CARNIVAL SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Michael O'MolIev & Ratoh Lane TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THIS HELLO, FLINT. WHO'S YOUR FAT FRIEND? TWOSPOT, Bubble was waiting by the two oil drums. THIS is INSPECTOR GROWL, BUBBLE--UNAPPETIZING LOOKING DISH.' By J-osIie Turner BUT THKPS THE PROLOGUE, GENTLE WEN! NOW TO SET OUR NEVsl RWOR INTO PRODUCTION, M4D WMBfVCKTHE JORKlH KISS JUST BOUGHT! THIS \5 ONE OF THOSE MIRACLE Gf^GETS THE PUBLIC \5 WWTINS FOR, fXND I WIXNT THE WOST EFFECTIVE CWAPWSN IN THE WSTOR.V OF ADVERTISING TO INTRODUCE IT! PROBfsSW50/W«H... IWGHTV DISN>POINTED f HEHiHEH! BUTTHfVTS WHEN.HELEIKRNSVOU V BUSINESS, SHREVND UNLOfXOED ft PJ100UCT V BUSINESS! ON HM 3UST KiFORE VL / REPORTERS DONALD DUCK COPR. 19*« BY NEA SERVIC-", INC. T. M. Rl'O. U. S. PAT. OFF By Walt P-sney COPS. 19«i BY HCA'SERVICE. INC. T. M prn u. s . PAT . OFF 'Now understand, nobody is lo name this calf or make a pet of liim r -hc'll be valuable veal in a couple of months!" ' "Why, Gregory! "Where's your manners— can I you wins- lie for a waiter without usin' your lingers?" VIPPEE 1 A 'SMM.L HOUSE IN REAR \ OF zz ELM ST., CHENP...*' IRECKLE3 AND HIS FkttVOL FUNNY BUSINESS fry Hershberoer -OUSMS SHORTAGE | CONTINUES »T,_.\ CRITICIV.L! TROT/X L O/sJ&'S wi»j bv Ki6» mtu By Carl Anderson i ITLL &e OKAY/ FRECK AND JUNE- ARE WRITING A ;•' SURPRISE ENDING IN THE LAST; ACT/ , i KNOW ITS A , ™f,t u H r w?M u «^n^ rYnrisK WAS FLEA CIRCUS EXIT ft> COfK mtOYNtA SI 'TnuiLly, I think .she's a liltlo loo niotlcsl!" ALLEY OOP Thimble Theater MY GOSH, OOOLA, WITH GUZ DEPENDIN'ON / CERTAINLY ME, I CAN'T JUST UP AM' GO-CAN'TCHA SEE HOW IT IS ? OH, ALLEY, 7 WELL, "X YOU PROMISED TO TAKE DON'T BE (. I-ERJ ME FOR A MOON- ADOPE/ jfe.vNV.V.1? LIGHT VIEW OF POINT/ LOOK! A 6UM- POPEVE, WHY POM'T YOU $ENP EACH ONE A SPECIAL ALJTOGRAPHEP COPV OF YOUR PERSONAL -SPINACH WHAT WORRIES ME \S HOW I KIM ANSWER LOTS'A AIRMAIL LETTERS /WANTS YOU ' *T£LUNC3 ME'WHAT TO' < TO START PD WIT' ME SUDPiMG A JELLY- ' WELl, BLOW > ME POWN.'/ WEALTH — MOSTLY tf BEAM FARM!! FROM NICE LITTLE THA'S A600D IDEA!. 1 By Edgar Martin OUT OUR WAY With Major Hoople By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSL :SOLON6,PAL/ !// I'M MAK1W' HIM EAT HIS SUPPER--HE LIKE TH 1 TASTE OF HORSE MEAT.' WELL, THAT SHOULDM'T BOTHER HIM v^— H;3 5TUMM1CK IS GO CLOSE TO IT HE ', WOM'T TASTE J IT.' REGARD YOU AFFECTIONATELV FOR. SELLINS M.V INNE^TIOM-^-TO IT TOOK . ^ ALLTB&6E YEARS TO REVEAL VOUR TRUE BLUe CHARACTER.' SOTTA. 6ET BACK TO PRA.CTIC& CHICAGO.' :,«:^r:w» r^i" "•^••••'^'~^^^ ilCcunyy THE SHORT PASSAoc „_,.,_. i, hr . ,„„«. , M .,« «c ». «t.«».

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