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HOM.SYAR,. HOP*, ARKANSAS Hutniier ot One Three Six Onefi> W8f«i§ Day Dai's Days Month i p IOC 15 ...... .43 ,90 1.50 4.50 lOo 20 31 *t<5 25 86 to 30 SI to 33 38 to }0 41 16 43 46 to.50.. Kates .. .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 are 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 3,40 2.70 8.00 for Conti 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50- 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casn In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Wanted to B H WE 'BUY HOUSEHOLD "FtlRNI- turfe, one piece or mores,! Any - amount.' What have you?: Phone ' -• Real Estate for Sale 80 ACRES,'2% MILES EAST^feAS, lights ,ayailable. GO acrefe iftVpfc?!- ture." Living water. BuSi'-and mail route. Good 5 room house and out-buildings. 73 ACRES, 4 ROOM NEW HOUSE, 50 acres open land. Deep well, lights' available. 1 mile from - City Limits on highway. 5 'ROOM' NEW HOUSE, ACRE laftd near city limits. $2,000. SEE RILEY KEWALLEN. 29-31 Notice WE NOW HAVE A" GOOD SUP,ply of shingles and roll roofing. C.. D. Lauterbach, Phone 900, 510 S. Walnut. 29-3t MAN'S RAINCOAT PLACED IN my j car by .mistaKe. Identify . coat and pay for ad. See S. D. Cook, Phone 28-W-12. 30-3t "OWN YOUR HOME. FHA & G I loans to build; buy a home; or . refinance & improve your present horha. You may borrow 90% to build, 80% to Buy a home alr.eady built. We have assisted hundreds to own a home. Let us help you. Langhorne & Company Realtors. 317 Texarkana National Bank Bldg., Texarkana, Texas. Phone 704. 2-7t 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 LET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD mattresses or make new ones. Phone' 229-J. Cobb's Mattress 'Shop. ' ' 23-lm FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF sand, gravel and dirt, Call 138. • 30-2w HFfED ay Before Publication For Sale GROCERY STORE, SERVICE station on 20 acre farm, living quarters in store. Good barn, garage, 15 miles on Hope to Hosston road. W. N. Bailev, Rt. ,2, Rosston. . 27-6t SAWMILL COMPLETE WITH power unit, 2 good log wagons. 2 log trucks. W. N. Bailey, Rt. £2, Rosston. 27-6t DNE PRACTICALLY NEW 1946 ton and half Studebaker truck. Stake body, 8:25 tires. See Buck Williams. 6-tf CHRISTMAS GIFTS. FULLER brushes of all kinds. Especially .stiff bristles. Mrs. Leon Bundy. Phone 138. 19-lm 260 FEET 1 1-2 INCH BLACK pipe. Paul DeLacerda, Route One, McCaskill. 25-6t D-TEAM MULES, 1 WAGON, CUL- tivator, 100 bushel corn. See Walter Baber at Hope airport or call 34. Washington, Ark. 25-6t VANDINAS, ALL SIZES, ORCHID magnolia, azaleas, large type. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 North Elm, Phone 925-J. 30-3t VEW 1% TON FORD TRACTOR. 5th wheel, air brakes, 2 speed differential. See at Cross's Service Station, 3rd & Walnut. 30-3t 255 ACRE FARM, GOOD ROAD, large 5 room house, large barn, wagon shed, blacksmith shop. Double garage, meat, house poultry house, good well water. 3 tenant houses, 2 with barns, 2 with wells, 10 acres woodland, 2 good pastures, water year round. Rest in cultivation, good fences around farm. >,4 mineral right retained. 7 miles south of Hope, 2 miles east of highway 29. Mrs. L. W. Shepard, 915 West Gth St. Hope, Ark. 30-6t I PAIR MATCHED LOGGING marcs, coming G and 7. Weighing 1400 Ibs. Complete harness and log wagon, Moore Bros. 30-3 1 Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1948 Bv Kino Feature* 8vnHlc«t«i. New York. Dec. 2 — The Newspaper Guild of New York, recently announced the winners of a set of dubious honors called the Pago One awards. Among them were Henry Wallace and the late Sidney Hillman. founder of the C.I.O.'s Political action Committee. Hillman's own old colleagues in the murky and conspiratorial field of European unionism in New York had accused him of collaborating with the Stalinite Fifth Column here. The New York Times published in its Vox Pop a few days later, a letter from one who signed himself Edward Hunter. "As a newspaperman and a member of the Newspaper Guild of New York," Mr. Hunter said, the list of those recognized by the Guild "showed a distinct Communist bias." "It is obvious," Mr. Hunter's letter said, "that such a list does not represent the opinion of the over- wnelrning majority of newspaper people in New York City. There was no referendum to select the names. They were just Communist- selected." With a salute to Mr. Hunter for his courage in inviting all the nasty harrassments that will make him wretched in newspaper, newsmagazine and radio shops henceforth, we proceed to the next development. This is a letter to the Times, signed John T. McManus, presidenl of the Newspaper Guild of Ne\\ York, condemning Mr. Hunter's statements as "a series of crank> misstatements written to justify a cranky 'conclusion — that the guild's Page One awards were 'Communist-selected'." McManus named the "jury" o Build members who made the de cisions but left unchallenged iht essential point of Mr. Hunter's pro test. That was that the members New York. Dec. 2 — MV-• In the pitch darkness that blanketed Philadelphia's Municipal stadium Saturday night, an hour or so after the finish ot one of the most thrilling of all Army-Navy i'ootball games, a group of writers who had completed their task of trying to describe that contest assembler! for an informal farwell to GleenDnvis and Doc Blanchard It wasn't an occasion for personal goodbyes. just as a bunch of guys who met and realized they had seen for tho last time two football playovs who. for three seasons, had played voles never equalled in football history. Looking Bac-'< It all Irtl back to a damp cheerless day at West Point in 1943 whon Navy chalked up its iifth consecutive victory over Army in o:u? Picks Porker Caqers By CARL BELL Associated Press Sports Writer The "play us down and play up the opposition" altitude isn't Ucw at the University of Arkansas; it isn't confined io ' .John Barnhill's football team. Dr. Gone Lambert, tho Rav.orbaek basketball couch, is a past master at that old war of phsyohology. The good doctor be clis- , , - . , ploase-rl — but not shocked — to those drab wartime .games you re- 1 | c . ln , tha i we're picking his Pork- called that Davis, just a plebo. L ,, GU , nls , o win xhcir 12 ,|, South . was there but he couldn t do much | wcst Conference championship this Fnyettovillo comes the rc- ihat "it Jouks like Texas" vhis Hogs, LSU Are Old-Time Opponents Faycttcvllle, Ark., Dec. 2 — Of)— The scone and Ihe individuals may be new when Arkansas and Louisiana Slalo universities tangle in 1ho Cotton Bowl New Year's Day, but not tho rivalry, Irish, Army Still Top Grid List By JACK HAND New York, Uoc. 2 —Ml— Boosters of Notre Dame, Georgia and UCLA arc claiming the college tide today on the basis ,of JL mi.- iiv.niv , im ,i i . Army's close call with Navy in the Al hough they have not met injrinnl nro-howl roundnn of iho lfl4fi the. lust ten years or never before in a bowl game, Arkansas and LSU have squared off against each other on the gridiron 31 times. In fact, thb Southwest Conference co-chiimpitm .Razorbacks have "laved niorc'games with the Bayou Tigers than with any other opponent in their pigskin history, which dates back to lC9-i. For years the Arkansas-LSU rivalry, which began in 1901, was a feature of the Louisiana State Fair at Shroveport. The series was clis i»j final pre-bowl roundup of the 194G season. , Georgia and UCLA rani< at the top of the 14 unbeaten, untied elevens in the nation on the strength of their major schedules but the Irish from South Bend, who wound up a defcatless campaign by trouncing Southern California, 200, have a valid claim through their 0-0 tie with the Cadets. Army .still could point to a shiny record of 27 victories and only one tie over a three-year span although they were within couple of t " n " in o^nhor tcmembci when tv, t the next au- Blanchard arrived to iill ihe> iull- J. ciu .. Wo hc:ml s ' im (i ar w 'ords just back spot and Davis was shifted before tho 1940 football campaign.-I to a place that suited mm oettcr. • -• And game after game they kepi rolling up scores as Coach Eurl Blaik alternated his two teams that were virtually equal '•trcr"t'i in . And vnu remembered the 1945 season with Army rolling | up tne scores against weak war- itimc opnosition and how you never | got tired of watching Doc and Jun- thc I ior and the rest because STRAWBERRY ROAN SADDLE colt, 18 months old. Gentle. A fine disposition and partly broken. $75.00. See Donald Moore. 30-3t GOOD 252 ACRE FARM, DESIR- able location. IVj m ile northeast of Blevins. Wallaceburg community. Good roads. Priced for quick sale. Eunice Stephens, Blevins, Ark. 30-6t LADIES BROWN TWEED SUIT. Brown kid pumps, size 7, width 5A. Same as new. Phone 727. 2-lt Lost REDBONED HOUND, WEARING , small cpEar. No identification tag. • .Reward $10. Notify Roosevelt . ;Garland, Hope, Rt. 3, Box 243. 26-6t SMALL RED ALLIGATOR PURSE at Hope Stadium, Thursday. Finder please call 900. Reward. 29-31 ONE 19 INCH 32 MODEL CHEV- •rplet-wheel and tire somewhere on Sixteenth Street between Spring Hill road and Washington, road. Return to City Electric Company for reward. 30-3t Wanted to Rent FURNISHED APARTMENT WITH private bath. References will be supplied. Call Mrs. Fred Duncan at Barlow Hotel. 26-6t WOOD FOR SALE. GOOD SUP- ply of hickory, oak and ash blocks. Also stove wood on hand. S3.57 per load delivered. Phone 772. Bruner-Ivory Handle Co. 2-6t Wctated NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP-. tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift sxibscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm —Salesman Wonted AGE 30-45, 8 YEARS OUTSIDE •-selling experience to ..business *jfirms,>- usabfe car, for vacancy "by A'Arl&iationat:<£dY£?tisin& spe.- o$tty' nianiifacturer' 'establTshe'd- , ^1883. New lino contains plastics, Jjeather novelties, souvenirs, exclusive calendar line; largest, Jjnost diversified in field. Qualified men are making $5,000-.$10,000 with us their first year. Our r "top producers made over $20.000 "in 1945. Weekly check against '$ales. Write S. W. Allen, K?m- ,per-Thomas Co., Cincinnati 12. -Ohio. 2-lt ";> Found HLUF. MALE SETTER, FOU.ND in SPG. I am warning hunters to stay out as it is dangerous. •(Thomas L. Compton. 2-3t Fixed Price Sale Southwest Proving Grounds Hope, Arkansas Jeep } Vz Ton Maintenance Telephone Truck 1 Passenger Cars 3 Pick-Up Trucks 23 Trailers 4 Inspection Date-December 2 Sales Date December 3 Preference Certificates Necessary War Assets referendum which might have wrought other results. He says the "jury" acted on 110 "nominations originally selected from an extensive list of topflight personalities in the fields of films, drama, music, dance, books, =corts. art. photography and public affairs." To digress, I should say that genuine newspapermen usually have more to do than to set themselves up as boards to decide who is great, realizing that recognition from them would have no more value than medals, plaques or play had that explosive quality that might result in n touchdown whether the goal was 10 yards away or 80. Last Lap This fall brought the question of whether Army could continue its winning streak now that the -opposition was back at aill strength and you wondered a little -"'hplhpr Davis and Blanchard really were the best p'<ir 01 <•'" seen. . . .You saw big Doc slide on the rainswept :ut.-Ki ...,u b <j v,^>,.. nncler n rrounle of Vn'."""wn -o'nv- ers and lemp off the field and you saw Davis carry on .-.none ior a couple o! games. You saw them checked but not beaten by Notre Darne And you concluded Admitted, Texas lias a fluck of returning stars;, and .so do most of the other Southwest teams, including defending chumpion Baylor. But we wouldn't c;ill Kaiwrbaclcs like George Kok. Mol McGahu, Jesse Wilson, Roxio Kankin, Alan carter. "Pop" Williams, ot al, .second raters.: This is strictly a personal opinion based on the on-paper outlook of a learn'which doesn't open its season until Wednesday. As long as one wants 10 climb out on a limb, why not pick Arkansas? Tho Red and White has only \von 11 Southwest titles in 24 years. Arkansas' fooioall team will 11 »ji ti »_• v ijjjui i, j. HIT acj njo wits uis« i y, -•-"*- •• «*••••« « i.,v/^njn_ WJ . ontinued following the 1930 sea- ? trlc °- s ot •'< shocking defeat by the inspned M.'ddids Saturday al Phil' nrlolnllin Artnv \ur\ti 01.1O Over the years LSU holds a six- Same advantage over the Razor- hacks. Th<? Tigers have won 18 limes to Arkansas' 12. One game — in 1900— was a C-G tie. On ihe other hand, the Porkers hold an edge in Ihe all-time score, 3!">0 points to 31 tilts wore lop- 329. Many of the sided affairs. Arkansas turned ihe two most impressive victories. 51-0 in HI10 and 40-G in 1922. LSU slaughtered the Porkers 3!5-<l in ' 130!).' But five of tho battles between these schools of neighboring states ! were decided by margins of an ex-| tra point or a field goal. The I.oulsi- nnims won 7-6 in 11)12, 10-7 in 1913. 3-0 in 1920 and 10-7 in 1921. Arkansas snared a 10-7 decision in 1924. Arkansas Coach John Barnhill's personal record in competition with tho Tigers is bettor than th.-it aciclphia. Army won 21-18. Charlie Trippi put on a show, designed to strengthen his bid for an All-America ruling, by scoring throe touchdowns and passing for n fourth in Georgia's romp over Georgia Tech, 35-7. Shortly after the game, tho Bulldogs were invited to oppose North Carolina, 4914 victors over Virginia, in the Sugar Howl at New Orleans. The UCLA Bruins warmed up :"or their Rose Bowl date with Illinois by downing Nebraska "under wraps," 18-0. with Illinois scouts in Running up 433 yards, boosted tnoir season total lo • .„ Monday, December 2, 1946 Dallas Man Wins First- Major Golf Tourney Orlando, Fla., Dec. 2 — One stroke was worth $000 today to Harry Todd of Dallas, Tex., won the Orlando Jaycee Open golf tournament yesterday by that allm margin over runner-up Johnny Palmer of Badln, N. C. Coming from behind yesterday on the final circuit. Todd got a thrce-under-par 08 for n total of 275 for 72 holes to nip Palmer, who had led for two days of competition. The Texas received $2,000 ns first prize while Palmer, an army air force vet, drew $1,400. Fred Haas, Jr., of New Orleans^, and Sammy Sncad of Hot Springs, ff Va.. tied for third at 277 strokes^ while Claude Harmon of Mamaroneck, N. Y., took fourth with 278. Tied for fifth at 279 were Leland Gibson of Kansas City, Mo., Ray Hall of Shreveport, La., Pete Cooper, Gainesville", Fla., and Ed Oliver of Wilmington, De. Hen I-tegun, defending titlist, wound up in a four-way tie for seventh at 281. isiana State, 41-27 winners over Tulane, in the Dallas Cotton Bowl, .Ian. 1. Tennessee, which i'aces Rice . in the Miami Orange Bowl, just squeezed past Vanderbilt, 7-0, in its finale. Hardin-Simmons concluded perfect season by whipping Texas Tech, 21-0, assuring San Antonio or on attractive Alamo Bowl booking with H-S against Denver which can Seven crown by Stale Saturday. . . ,, „ „ , ... .carry into the Cotton Bowl New j of his Razorbacks. While Barnhill Years Day probably the poorest ... was head coach at Tennessee the Vols played LSU three times and won each time . Over the weekend Barnhill announced some changes in plans for the Rnzorbacks' Cotton Bowl prcp- . . . , . , arations. Kc said the tu.-im, now respected teams over to play in the vacationing from i'ootball, would Dallas saucer. ' season won-losl record of any team ever to represent U e Southwest Conference in • that classic. They won 'six, lost three and tied one. But the Razorbacks also will enter the till one of the most. there might have been better ,„ .„, u , u v ., a . ,, llri5 . , dividual players — .Red Grange, dropped a one-point decision .„ for instance or Bronko Nagurski or powerful TiUsa. Their other and — Homer Hazel — but there never was such a pair on one team, nor two athletes who ever had so completely dominated football for three years . . . Next fall other stars, perhaps the Navy boys who relayed such a whale of a game Salurdav, will be in headlines. And Lieutenant Blanchard and Lieutenant will be cheering i'or other players But as you left the stadium you felt sure you would writs from so many other sardines never see two more like them in the subway. Among those invited to make the original nominations there were 75 guild members "occupying authoritative positions as commentators, critics or editors in these Adm'n Auto Div. Porbeck Bldg. Little Rock, Arkansas LR-48-N fields on leading newspapers, magazines and radio stations in New York." Forty persons finally did submit nominations, eight of whom wore not members of the guild, Mr. McManus said. So we now find that, after all, Mr. Hunter was not really wrong in writing that the occasion did convey an erroneous impression that this business represented the sentiment of the membership. We aren't told who the 40 nominators were, so Mr. Hunter is left with better than a fighting chance for the correctness of his suspicion. And we do get from Mr. McManus the admission that only 32 guild members, who may have been as red as fire engines, plus eight out- <-irlpv<;. who presumably were handpickcd for certain qualifications, nnally made the nominations. edition of Marshall Field's thing'in New York a few days later. That was a little piece by a fellow who had worked with Margolis, or Gail- v'ursi ncking came at the hands dt" Texas, but, although that score was 2C-0, the game i'rom a statistical standpoint was a stalemate. The Razorbacks are big, rough and tough — the best conditioned team in conference- history. They have a stout defense and stout hearts, and nobody is guing 10 run over them, pal. it it; unusual i.iuucrl for a member of Ihe razzle-dazzle, viiiccrlair, oog-eat-dog Southwest League — especially Arkansas—to have a conference record better than its non-loco mark. I''ive wins and one loss give the Red and White champs a good conference mark, only ope victory and lie outs. B.irnhill disclosed he would take a scjiiad of 40 to 45 men to Dallas. noh u pOllUS. Although scattered games involving at least one conference title, the Big Seven, rormiin to be played, most of the teams finished their season Saturday. The exceptions are the 40 or so elevens who are duo to compete in at least 20 post-sciison tilts from Dec. 7 through New Year's Day. Most of the howl promoters have named the competing teams, St. Mary's .and Georgia Tech inll- mg in line for an Oil Bowl booking at Houston yesterday. Invitations also were extended lo Virginia Tech and Southern Methodist for a Sun Bowl lilt at El Paso. St. Mary':; clowned San Francisco Sunday G-0 and SMU drubbed Texas Christian, 30-13, Saturday. Rice assured itself of a share of the Southwest Conference crown by whipping Baylor. 38-fi, tying Arkansas which will joust with Lou- clinch the Big downing Utah Other important games in slates Saturday will send Baylor lo Texas Mines and unbnalen Bates to Toledo for the Glass Eowl slrtig glc. To prevent a "stale" flavor coffee, wash the coffee maker in hot suds and rinse it thoroughly after each use. , mor, on the radio news desk of iheU'our non-conference outings wasn't New York Daily News, preparing bulletins for the paper's radio program. During that time, this old comrade bonsted in Marshall Field's thing, "Gailmor did his best to sabotage the Daily News editorial policies" which were noisily pro-American, anli-Communisl and anti-Rourth-Term. Well, Guildsmen honorable American Journalists, there is your hero. This is the man you had to honor, to your own disgrace, you mav sav, with an award to a handwash- ing, cringing thief who. doctored the news, and now comes by that award of yours for preaching on the air a program that might sicken you but never Josef Stalin. A young 200-pounder who hollered for a second front and stormed Omaha Be^ch with you in absentia. Uneasily I find myself in agreement with President McManus of so hot. . KcMnemjjcr I hose dark, dark sea- jons' when the Porkers couldn't crack an eye in ihe Soulhwesl, los- ng all six of their games? They .isually managed lo win three or lour of their miltiicle games. It seems the 1940 Porks play bet- .er when the chips are bigger. A Lotion Bowl tip? Mebee. Beginning tins year, the term "All-btate"..- will mean something concrete in Arkansas high school football. Instead of everybody and bis dog picking an All-State eleven and claiming his in the official, a truly official team will be selected Now, coming to the jury, we find the New York Guild when he tells Irmr nam» thai -~s)]lv does five aid the Times that newspapers ought to and comfort to Mr. Hunter. For Mr. McManus says William S. Gailmor attended the jury meeting but was unable to remain to cast his vote. And then he adds that Gailmor, himself, got one of the awards for his distinguished work as a radio commentator. VISIT -A! Hope's Exclusive Children's Shop Clothes for Infants — Toddl Children Gifts — Toys — SUi and Tots to Teens .' • -. S. Walnut Phone 949 Football Results By The Associated Press St. Mary's Q; San Francisco 0. Army 21; Navy 18. Southern Methodist 30; Texas Christian 13. North Carolina 49: Virginia 14. Alabama 24; Mississippi State 7. Tennessee B; "vanaerujii o. Notre Dame 20; Southern Cali- torr.ia C. North Carloina State 28; Maryland 7. Michigan State 26; Washington State 20. Auburn 47; Florida 12. Georgia 35 ;Goorgia Tech 7. Holy Cross 13; Boston College 0. j. . YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD " Try 1 Hope Mattress Co. » For better work at better - prices— Old beds made new -, "$3 pcwn — Balance Weekly " WORK GUARANTEED One day service In town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargain* In Secondhand Furnltur* 411§.Ha*e! University of South 13; Kenyan Louisiana State 41; Tulane 27. Hardin-Simmons 21; Texas Tech Oklahoma 73; Oklahoma A 12. Rice 38; Baylor M By The Associated Press All America Conference Los Angeles '32; Buffalo 14. National League -Los Anseles 31; New York ?.l. Green Bay 20; Washington 7. Philadelphia 10; Pittsburgh V. Chicago Cardinals 35 ; Chicago Bears 28. 1 American League Long Island 14; Wilmington 13. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cardj Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. siuiein"nis rnaue in lo'.ters published in their vox pops. I am all for that, especially his letter. Gaiimor That lying, thieving im- posler That' whining, bellyaching sneak What the hell is William S. Gailmor doing in nny society of decent American newspapermen, if that .is what the guild purports'.to-be? I And must good American news| paper worker*, including so many who fought the war while this gold- jrick went around lecturing to jatlleshock palients on his own wful agony as a thief who couldn'l lelp stealing, have to pul up with hat indignity to hold their jobs mder the Wagner Act? It is a i'act, hev must. Gailmor, right name Margolis, itole five automobiles, got caught hree times, paid himself out twice and finally was nabbed and got away with a plea that he had a ''compulsion neurosis,' n meaning hat he just couldn't help stealing. I turned up this miserable liar in .944, just as he was about to start a season as a "news commentator" or the Blue Nelwork. I first asked Sd Noble and Chester La Roche, vho then were running vho Blue, whether they knew his record. They called in tho follow who takes down implqyees personal histories and ie said, nope, this was all news vo hern. This man said Gailrnor had stated that he had had a rabbinical education but had apostatised and low had no religion. His preaching on the air was strongly pro-Soviet. A few days later, the show-down came. Gailmor had changed . Why, of course he wasn't a Communist. Gailmor was a very pious, religious man now and a religious fellow couldn't be a Communist. So, in one statement to the Blue iie had renounced his religion and now, to clear himself of Communism and keep his miserable job. he claimed the protection of the faith he had thrown aw"ay. His sponsor was one Samuel No- DOUBLE LOSER Belmont, N. Y., Nov. 30 —!/?)— Kenenth Myers of Buffalo, out deer-hunting, spoiled a buck a short distance away. He fired twice and the animal fell, wounded. Closing in for the kill, Myers fell into a hole, dropped his gun. A moment later another hunter appeared, killed the deer and carried it off. Myers, deerless, suffered a fractured ankle in the fall. The U. S. Department of Agriculture, is experimenting with production of motor fuel from corn cobs. vick. an immigrant i'rom Russia, who was doing highly secret work for the American Army. In a few days, it turned out that Novick's press-agent was a well-known Corn- munist who had even been a Com- rnunisl candidate for office. Marshall Field, who knows a thing or two about neurosis, him self, save Gailmor facililifs to present his whining answer. But a development of particular inlerest to Mr. Hunter and other Americar Journalists who now find that, through their guild, they were compelled to join in honoring this despicable rogue, occurred in another CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. 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