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Pegs ?ou? HOP! STAR, HOPE/ ARKANSAS ASSfF/ED Number at Word*. Op to IS.... 16 to 20..... 21 to 25.... 28 to 30 .... 81 to 3$ .... 36 tO «;;... 41 to 43 .... 46 to 50! 1.35 1.50 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 .5.00 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 States nre fot* Continuous Insertions Only • All want Ads casti In Advance « Not Taken Over the Phone ; For Sale Wanted Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six Oneo-r —— Day Days Days Month ,90 1.50 4.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine. Order your 1 Christmas gift subscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-1 m Lost RED BRINDLE MULEY COW, Tag No. 8 in ear. Fresh brand H on left hip. Notify G. H. Co CHRISTMAS GIFTS. FULLER, brushes of all kinds. Especially j stiff bristles. Mrs. Leon Bundy. Phone J38, 19-lm MIDDLEBURSTER AND MOWER for A model Farmall tractor. Good condition. Cecil McCorkle, Hope, Rt. 3.'Blevins road. 5-!>t 6 ROOMS NICE^FURNITURE— Gas heaters-^coolerator —Washing machine—Tubs— Electric mangle. Must sell everything in next few days. Come early and get your choice. Tom Carrel apartment house, opposite Hope field, Emmet, Ark. 9-3t Police Station. 9-6t FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, ONE ACRE ground. Located just outside city limits. Prescott. Ark., Mrs. Violet Coe, Phone 209 or-180, Prescott. 9-Gt ONE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE — :Excellent condition, good tires. Pfice S165.00, Call or see T. F. Grayson, Prescott, Arkansas, Phone 568. 9-6t 130 ACRE FARM, 40 ACRES IN cultivation, good pasture, timber land, .well watered and fenced. Bargain $3200. McCaskill, Ark. Floyd Phillips 10-61 500 BUSHELS CORN, THIS YEARS crop. Elbert Torpley, Hope, Rt. 1: Battlefield community. 10-3t 1341 2-DOOR PONTIAC, GOOD condition. Can be seen in front of Riley Lewallen Real Estate office. Russell Lewallen. ll-3t TURKEYS. 2% MILES NORTH- east of Hope on old Highway 67. M. H. Miller. ll-3t •WHEELCHAIR. GOOD AS NEW. Adjustable back- -and foot rest. 2 small back rubber tire wheels. $35. Clinton Carter. Cale, Ark. Gen. Del. ll-3t 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 Wanted to Buy WE BUtf HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Buffalo. Nr Y. — Melio Bcttina, 188, Beacon. N. Y., T.K.O. Joe Muscato, 193, Buffalo, 3. Brooklyn (Broadway Arena) — Norris Reif, 147 1-4, Brooklyn knocked out Jorge Morelia, 141 1-4, Mexico City, 2. Trenton, N. J. — Archie Devino, 126. Newark, knocked out Bobby Richards, 125, of Portland, Ore., 5. Fair Enough By Weitbrdok Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Feature* Syndicate. Basketball Results By The Associated Press East City College New York 78; Montana 61 . Georgetown 70; Boston College 5 6. Holy Cross 61; Harvard 40. Nevada 55; St. Johns (Brooklyn) 49. Midwest Ohio Univ. 105; Marietta 25. New York, Dec 10 — For a real, popular understanding of the fight to rescue the American government from the boss unioncers, the fact must be sounded again and again, as the Hyde Park hant used to say, and sounded above the clamor of the mechanized propaganda, that the man who Claim this power over the nation are old, old, old. They are old and reactionary. They haven't had a Hew idea in fifteen years andn tlr\ last idea they did have and the one they cling to today is lhal they are nol mere princes of privileges, to - employ another of the spock's corn-tassel posies, but kings, emperors, of divine right' and wisdom. Often, they are rogues and liars to one another in their own, arcanal repartee, however, as when Old Philip Murray, the president of the CIO, after comparing his own paltry megrims to the passion of Jesus iChrisl, howled to the 1942 convention of the C I O that John L;Lewis "was a national prevaricator, universally recognized by ihe workers and the citizens of our counlry" Lewis had a "diabolic mind," Murray whined in self-pily, after charging that an agent of Lewis had ordered his followers "to keep" after this fellow Murray until you kill him" "Those are the things that are going on," he wailed "Organized despotisms, the devices used by McPherson 46; - Friends 38. St. Benedicts (Kas) 37; viile (Mo) TchrsSO. (Kas) Mary- Par- lowa Navy Pref light 63; sons (Kas) 52. Iowa Wesleyan 46; Tarkio (Mo) 52. Conccrdia (St. Louis) 47; Illinois College 43. South and Southeast Texas A. & M. 59; Morehead (Ky) 5. North Carolina State 75; Hanes Hosiery 40. Eastern dine 40. Kentucky 54; Pcpper- -„, - ». ••-.,!» «»..A .*» .A. .i ....^,..^, J ^, ... *- J. ..t. -•». .. ...... u.. ....... SPORTS ROUNDUP I •• hA • iNIk/te '*- triuil.Wte1w.Ji.- New York, Dec 11 — (/Pi- Boston Y lin ' !S ' wno never The have been higher than fourth in their division of the National Football League, will try to improve their position next season under coaching of Clipper Smith the The Clipper quit the University of Uan Francisco over a week ago, but the Yanks haven't made it official because' they had to straighten out Herb Kopf's contract, which still had a couple of years to go n no's hici.y Smith may net Herman Wcdcmeycr the Hawaiian Gael of Si*. Mary's. ii'Mess ihe movies get him first. When he winds up ins college career, Herman will turn to the pro sports or the films (which have been bidding "or him) under the guidance of Ray Carlen, Lou Nova's former manager Anyway, he won't turn yogi Today's Guest Star Jimmic Murphy, Canton, Ills, Daily Ledger: "Looks as if the bowl promoters have messed things up Rice should go better in the Kaisin Bowl, or oven the Sugar Bowl They might mix things up and give us the Pudding Bowl" Cracked Ice The New York Rangers' kids, Cal Gardner, Church Russell, Hal Laycoe. etc, claim they have a "secret" play thai was good Cor four goals against the Bruins the other night They won't even tell their teammates or Coach Frankle Boucher how it works If its anything like the Ranger plays of the past few season, it involves one player tripping over his :"eet and thus spilling a clofensomnn, another firing a long desperation shot and a third inadvertently gelling in the way and deflecting the puck into the goal Cleaning The Cuff \vnen me Washington Redskins lost the Eastern (National League) football title to the Giants last Sunday, 26 of their players went into tne game wearing bandages cov WalterJohnson of Baseball Fame, Dies 6y ERNEST BARCELLA Washington, Dec. 11 — (UP) — Walter' Johnson, Who rode to baseball immortality oil his fnbuloir; fast ball, passed on today to the biggest league .of them all. i>eath, caused by :.i brain tumor, claimed the "Big Train" at the ,Mgc of !J9 and plunged four decades of basebalklom into mourning— :.'rom Hie major league executives who knew and loved him io ihe grade- school sandlotters to wliorn no was only a legend. Ihe uuigniticcnt heart that never conceded defeat in a pitcher's battle, finally yielded last nighl at 11:40. Death cnme to the one-time pitching ace of the Washington Senators in the stillness of n white- walled hospital room only a Arkansas, Rice Lead Loop in Statistics Dallas. Tex,, Dec. 11 — </P)— Arkansas and Rice, co-champions of. the 1940 Southwest Conference football- race, were the lending defensive ,'ind offensive ienms, respectively, in loop play. Statistics releasd today by con- frence Secretary Jimmy Stewart show thai the ' .Hax.orbncks held their six foes to 976 yards by rush- 'IH< and passing •— an average of 1GS yards each. The Porkers easily had the best defense against rush 1 ing. They yielded only 'ilB yurtls on the ground. Texas was next in !lne with ii'JO. Rice, while trailing Texas in total offense for the entire season, was Wednesday, December 11, Pbrkers Rate Second Place ihTourhey By SKIPPER PATRICK Kansas City. Dec. 11 —M 1 )— Coach Bruce Driike's University of Oklahoma Soonors will be the loam on "the spot" in the three-day nil- Big Six conference prc-seasoh bas- kctbitll tournnrnetil stnrlihg in municipal auditorium tomorrow afternoon. The Sooncrs. who share the role of favorite in the Big Six championship race with Dr. Forrest C, (Phog) Allen's Kansas Jnyhnwks, have shown eiuniuh in early games to make themselves appear the standout team in the tournament field. Southwest Conference members •••7- e, - " -.-^ o-~ --• WilllC'U UUbLmai 1UUM1 UII1V il iUW ering various bumps, bruises. plc| nl | lL . s from Griffith stiiilium, the They acciuircd a :icw more during ball p ., rk whcro thousands —from the game Allie Slolz, who twice fought for Ihe lightweight title, opens :i laundryette in New HrunswicU, N. J., this week. At least its better than being taken to the cleaners. Trippi Named Maxwell Trophy Winner Philadelphia, Dec. 11 — (IP) — Charley Trippi, who left the stale of Pennsylvania to lead ihe University of Georgia to ihe Sugar H~itler"a'r'e'being resorted icTln iheiP°wl and win All-America Honors. LET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD mattresses or make nev; ones. Phone 229-J. Cobb's Mattress Cape Girardzau (Mo) Tchrs 47; Vlurray (Ky) 44. Johns Hopkins 38; Catholic Univ 29. Southwest Baylor 73; North Texas State 41. Texas 46; Denver) 34. Shop. 23-lm FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF •sand, gravel" and dirt, Call 138. S0-2w WE CAN NOW GIVE FROM 5 TO 10 days delivery on new blinds made in Texarkana. Guaranteed free estimation, also free installation. We can now re-tape, re-cord, paint and make your blinds like new. Quick' service. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind .Co. 1123 County Avenue, Phone 4520-W. 7-lm Male Help Wanted WANTED, ASSISTANT BOOK- keeper, general office work. Applications strictly confidential. Give full details as to experience and salary expected. Write Box 98, Hope, Arkansas. 7-tf For Sale or Rent 25 ACRE FARM ON COLUMBUS road. Old . Pinson place. Mrs. P. R. Smeltzer, Prescott, Ark. 10-3t For Rent TWO UNFURNISHED Al'ART- ments. Newly papered. Call 712-J. 10-3t Lost or Strayed Continental Airlines 20 puppet districts of the United Mine Workers over which John L Lewis has complele dominalion" Yel, when Lewis called the miners out and popular government made a desperale stand against the Hitlerian despol, Murray and his CIO were :'ound on Ihe side of Lewis and againsl the Republic. And Ihis, I think, would be an occasion lo notice that Judge Goldsborough, in passing sentence on the "little man" with the "diabolical mind," did not prattle 9f democracy but properly called this nation a Republic and said it must prevail They are old Lewis is 67. Alex Whitney of the brotherhood of railroad trainmen, who laid a similar, bony old clutch on the antion's throat last spring, is 74 and has been riding the cus- lions on the gray train as a union politician for the last 40 years, almost half a century He served Dtily 13 years as a working stiff, but a portion of even that short Arkansas Tech (Russellville) 07; College of the Ozarks 52. 'New Mexico 99; Hawaii All-Stars 53: East Central (Okla) Tchrs Tinker (Okla) Army Air 18. 73; is the winner of the Maxwell Memorial football club award as ihe outstanding gridiron player of 1946. Trippi, who will be presented ihe club trouhy Jan. 14, inus succeeds -vrmy's Doc Blancharcl who copped the award last year. Blanchard's playmate, Glenn Davis, was ihe 1944 winner. The Pittston, Pa., son of a former coal miner tirsl hil Ihe lime-light in 1943 when lie outshone teammate Frank oinkwich, bne of u.e greatest players ever to perform in the Southland, in Georgia's 9-0 Rose Bowl victor over UCLA. Trippi, a halfback, rose to nis full stature this season in leading the unbeaten Georgia Bulldogs through ten victories. He amassed 1,314 yards in 175 tries :Tom scrimmage, excelled as a passer and punter and was a topnotch defensive back. Trippi was in the center of .*n sensational squabble on his return from two years ot military service. Walsh Resigns as Coach of Los Angeles, Dec. 11 —(/T)— Adam Walsh abruptly resigned as head coach of Ihc Los Angeles Rams and disclosed today that he was "open for any suggestions or offers." But Ihe big qucslion here and around die .National ProlcssioiMi Foolball League was simply: Why did lie , relinquish what most observers call a choice assignment? The man famous as ihe of Knuto Rockne's great Horsemen' 'teams at Notro .Dame in tile early 'twenties would give no iiiiiiiviliun of what prompted his by. iell decision. Prepared statements issued Walsh and president-Owner F. Reeves of the Rams insisted ihe parting was friendly. "We are going our respective ways the very best of friends and I wish him the best of luck," said Walsh, adding that Reeves had offered him an extension ihis year of a five-year contract he signed in 194n •— one th.it contained n two-year option clause for Walsh. "Adam is a very ."inc gentleman fim'.'i..'."'^",^' and a fine football coach. His roc-' '"" ord sneaks 1'or itself. 1 \visn him presidents to peanut vendors — once roared tribute- to his hurling genius. His three sons and two daughters wore :it his bedside. Johnson had been critically ill since last April when he suffered a stroke induced by what then was described ;>s a "progressive blockage of a small cerebral artery." It developed, however, that ho was suffering from a brain tumor which paralyzed his left side. He was stricken on the 52-acrc Germanlown, Md., farm where he had lived quietly since his retirement from baseball in August, li)3!5, and was removed to Georgetown hospital where he died. A half dozen times, life had ebbed desperately low for Johnson. And a half dozen time's he rallied with the same gamcncsft that made him the paragon of pitchers —perhaps the greatest, certainly ihe :'astest, of all lime'. Bul Johnson's fighting heart, weakened by the long ordeal, was unequal to the last groat challenge. The fabulous fireballor, whose achievements arc recorded in b.isc- bnll's "Hall of Fame" at Cnopcr- stown, N. Y., did all his major league pilchmu lor the Washington Senators. He broke in \yith ilieni in 1907 and closed out his active career in 1927 after .suf- lops in conference gnmos, with 'an ] Arkansas and Southern Methodist aggregate of l,OG7 yards — 1,136,University also will appear in the rushing and 422 through the air. 112-game cage show that will offer Iwo games each afternoon nnd night tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. Ench of the learns will play three games, with the championship finals at 9:30 Saturday. Arkansas and Nebraska open Ihe fireworks at 2 p. m, tomorrow, with Oklahoma and Kansas State following at 4 o'clock on Ihe afternoon program. Missouri versus S.M.U. and Kansas and luwa State play at I) p. m. and 9:1)0 p. m. respectively. Heaves Peters, Big Six commissioner of officials who .is in charge of Ihe tournament, said voday vhal advance sale of tickets was "very good." Bui that seats would be available for fans conv.ng in from other towns. Municipal auditorium lias a seating capacity of approximately 0,000 for basketball. Oklahoma, with "ivc lorrnor (ill- Big Six stars available "or starting duty, has averaged 02..1 points per game in disposing of Wurrensburg (Mo.i Teachers 4!l-21, Texas Tech GO-HT, T.C.U. 7(i-!i4; and S.M.U. G(i- Arkansas was second to Ihe owls in rushing offense with 7!M yards. Texas tupped the forward passing column with 752 yards. Texas was second in total offense .vilh 1,49(1 yards. Carl Dus.s, Rice, who nelted 470 yards in conference games, was ihe no. I ball carrier, with Arkansas' Little Ken Holland next in iine with 2:12 yards. Hubby Layne, Texas, led in total individual of- iensu with 821 yards and in passing willi 070. R. Jones. Texas' hard- lilling fullback, tallied M4 points io ,>acc Ihe scoring. Aubrey Fowler Ihe Arkansas, Wendell Williams of Rico and Ciuno Wilson of Southern Methodist tied, for second with 124 each. fering a broken leg in spring train- Cries of "political pressure" were j the best, of luck," said Reeves. „„. J:,. PERSIAN CAT, CREAM colprficj. ihal£ grown. Answers to najTie/-i"£ahay". Reward ion. return."'Mrs. Doyle Reaves, Phone 848-W, ; 10-3t For Sale or Trade 1942 DODGE VA TON TRUCK, long wheel baser new tires' and motor.. Large back end. Also » 1936 Chevrolet. Esso Service Station. Emmet. ll-6t Notice ROSSTON-CAMDEN BUS SCHE- dule. Leave Hotel Snyker at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. 10-6t MY PIANO TO BE REPOSSESSES Party can have by taking up my payments. John Miller, General Delivery. ll-3t Murray (Okla) Aggies 40; East entral (Okla) Tchrs "B" 37. ': Far West • ; California 5;, ,'San- Francisco A. C. 36. Oregon State 66; Willamette 29. o Tidwellof Auburn Best Ground Gainer By AUSTIN BEAI.MEAR New York, Dec. 11 — (IP) — Travis Tidwell, Auburn's hard-working freshman, is the ground-gaining king of college football for 1946. Closing with a terrific burst in his last two games, Tidwell outdistanced his closest pursuers and replaced Bob Fenimore of Oklahoma A. & M., who had reigned for two years as the individual offensive leader of ihe collegiate gridirons. Statistics released today by the National Collegiate Athletic bureau show Tidwell not only topped ihe country in combined yardage gained on the ground and in the air but also was the No. 1 passer on the basis of total completions and the seventh best ball carrier. Tidwell, who threw or carried he ball 339 times to be :'ar and away the workhouse of the couri- ry, accounted for a total of 1,715 yards in Auburn's ten games. He completed 79 of 158 forward masses for a total of 943 yards and picked up 772 yards of 181 running plays. Thus the yearling star personal- y provided for 61 per cent of his team's total gains of 2,828 yards md was the key man in more than lalf of the 674 plays which Auburn used in ten games. He is only the second freshman tn win the individual offensive title and with colleges due to return to the tnree-yeur rule he may be the last. The other was Bob Hoernschmeyer of Indiana, who gained 1,648 yards in 1943. Tidwell's total was considerably short of the record of 2,187 yards set by Frank Sinkwich of Georgia in 1942 but was the second highest of the past four years. Fenimore [raised when Trippi was released in qualifying career as a horny-hand-time to play in the rCinal games ::or ed son of toil was spent in the ro~ Georgia last year, mantic, algeresque business of A tlock of professional iootball clubs arc after Trippi but many expect him to become a pro baseball ' player. The Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Braves and Philadelphia Alhlctics all have made' offers for Trippi. who batted .473 VISIT OUR NEW AND COMPLETE RICORD SHOP Records and Albums for every age and taste. MAKE THIS A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Shap early. The perfect - Gift awaits you at COBB-TOOLEY RADIO CO Radio, Phonographs and , Radio Service swaying through the aisles of an Iowa local under a uniform cap with a patent-leather bill selling salted pp.innts, nickel novels and the Omaha Bee. : For'he tells us that he began as a ''news agent" at 15 and became chairman of Ihe union's grievance committee ot 28 In the years since he has acquired not mere wealth but ricnes ol nis own, regal and opulent status ,and the effrontery common to his caste who treat the working stiffs as subjects and presidents of the United States as. their employees William Hutcheson, of the carpenters, is 73. Dan Tobin, of the tcanv sters, 72. Lewis is 67 and William Green is 74. J. A. Franklin, the president of the boilermakers, held on until the scandal of ihe insurance shakedown of hundreds of thousands of w.ir-time ship-builders in favor of his sedentary soYi, Harold, aroused the fury of penniless ula men with tattered union c.ird and he was kicked upstairs on a pension. His age I do not know by years but he is up among the rest of those so long aloof I'rom toil •ind the sweaty smell of men who do, that they can't even remember when "labor" was a verb and not k political commodity These five old hitching-rack reactionaries, alone, Lewis, Hutch, Whitney. Tobin and Franklin, taken at their own boastful word, bossed 1,800,000 Americans in their respective unions during the war Now, even with Franklin counted out, no thanks to the Roosevelt government or the "union movement," they still rule 1,500,000. All their lives, until Roosevelt came, j they aspired to a day when they would be above the laws ihat put sporting occupational risks in the way of the brigand and extortioner and finally, lo their amazement, they got their way. Accountable to no puolic authority ior xhe sqoan- dering or even xheft of taxes wrung from their subjects, at liberty to organize murderous mobs and in- rite to bloody anarcny, panoplied, saluted and feared, they found spring. 28 games for Georgia last Cattle Bowl Is Forced Choice of Negro College Pine Bluff, Dec. 10 — (ft*)— It looked today as though Arkansas A. M. &N. — drawn between invi- .ations to two postseason Negro football games — would play Lan' college of Jackson, Tenn'., in the Cattle Bowl at Fort Worth Jan. 1. Lawrence Davis, A. M. &N. president, said he had not been able to break a contract with the Cattle Bowl Association so the Arkansas Negro eleven could accept u bid to the Vulcan Bowl at Birin- Last season, his first in pro ranks. Walsh piloted the then- Cleveland Rams to their :.irst national championship. This year he guided Bob Waterfield and company lo runner-up position in the western division, and vhe backing of a new Los Angeles following which averaged better than 47,000 per home game. Walsh (described as "wild rumors" a report from the east that'he was considering an academic post with an -eastern school. His brother, Charles (Chile) Walsh, apparently remains with the Rams as general manager. Borrowed Finery Mexico City, Dec. 11 — (ft*)—The federal district's new police chief Gen. Jorge R". Garjales, making a checkup, found the number of men on his force didn't correspond with the number of uniforms issued. In the past, it seems, city officials v.'ho wanted to "dress up' 'have borrowed police uniforms. Now Garjales wants them back. ing. In thai span, ihe big rnw-boncd right - hander from Humboldt. Kans., fashioned one of the firealcsl pitching records in baseball history. He won 414 games, a record surpassed only by Cy Young. Those triumphs, achieved with n loam th.it finished in the second >libision 21 big league pitching years, earned him Iho nick-name "Big Train"—He always was pulling his teammates through without much support. He compiled an all-lime major league" record of 113 shutouts. It was Johnson's blazing :'ast ball that inspired Ihe famed, and un- American League sluggers of lime—shoclejiK Joe Jackson, his T.v (,'nbb, Eddie Collins, Babe Ruth, Harry Heilmann, Tris Speaker, George Sislur, Lou Gehrig, Jimmy Koxx. Johnson led the American League pitchers in strikeouts ''"or 12 years; set a record, since tied, of six consecutive strikeouts in one game, and struck out .'!!.'! bailors in one season—r!5 short of the new record fashioned in 1946 by Cleveland's 1'ob Keller, Johnson's successor as the speed ball king of the majors. Among his many pitching lea Is wore r>(> conseculivc scorless Jnnin and two-iKi-liittcrs—one a rain shortened .seven-inning affairs. Jonsun pitched sixty 1 to 0 games, winning -H) and losing :!0. He led the league in victories for threi years and twice went over ihe 30- viclory mark—with 32 triumphs in 1012 and 36 in 1913. He finished hi.n major league pitching career as he .started it, answerable, baseball can't hit'erh when nlibi- you -you can't And it was his-high hard one that brought hinvaibig league strikeout record that', hasuR .cy.en been ap- proaehed-^3,497. ~llis < slrikoul vic- lims; included all'of the mightiest . losing to the Detroit Tigers. r • 41. Gerald Tucker, who set fcrencc scoring record of 17.fi points per game in 1943, Forwards Paul Courtey, and Kenneth Pryor, and Guards Alva Paine and -lack Lan- arc the Oklahoma all-stars will opcralo in the iourna- Thc Kansas .layhawks, who will make U*Mr .second start of the season against Idaho , j it Lawrence. Kas., tonight, figure to present an even finer team than their 1!)4G champions, but it may take lime {or two of their aces —Ray Evans and Otto Schncllbaeher to top form after a long hard football season. Both Evans and Schnell- baclier were all-star gridmen. Only one Bii' Six loam, Kansas ,,,, . . . i •- i - , • Slate, has lost a game thus :"nr, I hough best remembered xor his| t |, c Wildc.its' deficit coming ;U the pHclung, Johnson also was a_ ;.ear-1 lumtls o f a strong University of .some hitter. A long ball 'litter, be frequently delivered the blow that won hisow n game. SUSPICIOUS PEOPLE St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 1 — (/I 1 ) — Police Dispatcher Eddie Conlev called squad car No. 53 lo "check on two suspicious men sitting :-n a parked car at Shcrburhe and Pascal avenues." The squad car easily found -ihc men in question — a couple of do- lecliyos who wore looking for olhor suspicious men. ingham, Ala., and that he would i n g stop trying for a release. Mickey Walker, after a successful boxing career, turned to paint- thinking of their own privileges, their brief bul swollen importance and their own inevitable collapse the moment the government, by law, affirms its cuity vo govern them as well PS all other elements of the United States. On their way io power they uurnbled'ihe phrase- bonk bromide that a "static" civilization was "sterile". A system that clicln i go forward must go backward and "change" was mankind's only hope of progress. Having acnievecl their power, they have resisted all change, since 1934, bellowing at all who proposed the slightest impairment of Hum- privileges, Ihe mosl reactionary and despotic group in the entire history of Ihe nation. Fearful, suspicious, backward, selfish and old, old, old themselves in offices from which telephone call could brighten sean- tcrs and governors and send Americans ragins through the streets : : n civil war. Working men and women couldn't even noiu xneeuilgs ;o protest against persecution :"or, as Murray said in his piteous elegy that day, Lewis forbade his subjects to petition nim :.'pr 'ihe right to elect their own officers, under nenalty of "starvation for the women and the kids" Murray, only 01, himself, bul puny, complaining and pious afler CALL T19 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. 3rol St. Phone 119 MONUMENTS Call cr See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. 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Break their power and they mope. They totter, iurlorjn, bitter and toothless to their graves, barked at by dogs arid mocked by the liberated in mates of their slave-compounds Even mayors and congressmen would circle out of range of the quavering strokes of their canes, yapping at their harmless old rage Cops would call them "Gramp" and gravely hurnor them The secret of It all has been vanity and selfishness. Wh?n these men speak of ihe toilers they are ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co, Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J William R. Herndon Photographer Second floor First National Bank Phone 493 Christmas Special 8x10 Sepia Portrait and One Dozen Personalized Christmas Cards (from your choice of 4 negatives) oV4.QO Additional Cards $3.00 Doz, i'S AMERICAN CAFE PRESCOTT, ARK. o • Open 24 Hours Daily Meet your friends here, Day or Night. We're always glad to serve you. 1 Robert A. Gammill Mgr. HARRY SEGNAR PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs PHONE 382-J 1023 South Main Street Give Her a SPENCER SUPPORT FOR CHRISTMAS It means giving her a beautiful figure and better health. MRS. RUTH DOZIER 216 S. Hervey Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more Details Apply to; HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark. For a Quality Job.,. By Efficient Workmen and REASONABLE ; CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL JOBS East 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 Refrigerator REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service Iowa quintet in a close Kansas Stale has won three. Arkansas, n Southwest Confcrenc power, has won its only uvo games thus far and rates number 2 in ihe pre - tournament o d d s - irmking. S.M.U. has lost to Oklahoma nnd Loyola of Chicago. Most of the teams nre scheduled to arrive here today. At Christmas Time There is one gift you can be sure will give grateful pleasure and lasting happiness. Your Photograph Open Sundays Till Christmas The Shipley Studio "Artist Photographers" 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. DINE& DANCE CHRISTMAS CARDS Gentry Printing Co. Doug Bacon ELECTRIC CO. — for — Houie Induirrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 See Us For... GARDENS 1/2 Mile East, Hy 67 Closed Sunday & Monday OPEN Rest of the Week 5 P. M. til 12 P. M. Plenty of Choice Steaks Chicken Dinners INSURANCE Insure with the Stronger Mutual Companies. Complete Protection . . . 20% Return Dividend on Your Insurance Cost. In other Words, Maximum Protection at 20% SAVINGS! • Fire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile Real Estate LOANS • Gl 4% Interest • FHA4i% Interest Purchase Your Home Through Us ... Up to 20 Years to Payl Foster-Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 SHINGLES FOR SALE Heart and Sap Cypress Also Pine Across Street from Hope Bosket Co. HOPE SHINGLE CO. Phone 1000 Wednesday, December 11, HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Five OZARK IKE By Chick Youna By Roy Gotto (GROAN) NITE'S (S0fl#) OZARKS AT TH 1 RAIL WITH , KAY RATION/ STOP 'AT ;, STAGGERIN HI-BAWL... STRAIGHTEN UP AN' FLY RIGHT/ WE'LL MAKE WHY AR6NT YOU OW-OW Jlllll 1 ;- OH, MY MV'EAfcSY ""(GOODNESS GONE"-- < ' ow-ow/ - COMEOUTji MIND N BED ? SHAME ON VOLJ-- FIGHTING WITH YOUR KNOW SHE'LL IN FRON By Michael O'Mallev & RalloVi Lane SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith 3n the act of sneeging, Shiv suddenly let fly with Kis knife. COULDNT WARN YOU WIN, CHUM/ FLINT'S OKAY AND KNOW WHEN--/" By Dick Turner CARNIVAL AVOCATION TO SHOOT WASH TUBBS Bv Leslie Turner W.SS DEEDS! VDU I'lA SORRY TO DISTURB YOU A»GMN,MR. SHE NOW OFFERS $ 91,000 >'OU KMSHT.ADD THJXT I CM MR.QUIBBLE I W«KEC. BUT HERE'S ANOTHER WIRE FOR VOUR. HOUSE, WITHOUT NEW INFORM THW FEMALE PEST NW PRICE IS NOW i95,OOa..THM--- I'LL M&KE NO WTER- MIOKIS WHATSOEVER! THMSHE-H(\S AGN-L WRING COLLECT ! SUS&EST (i PLNCE FOR HER. TO GO MERE HEIVCING \zuo PROBLEM SEND IT COLLECT DON'T SKMP. ON "^ DOWN TO M(\KEVCOUECT, FROM THE COUNTESS WGNNZIM11 BWH FIXTURES. BUT INSISTS WNKLE MOTHER OPFER. HE'S DUE B&CK SOON ON SkFFRON WNNINS5 &ND f\ BETTER. HEfXTING SYSTEM 1 . By Walt Disney COPR. 1046 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. HCREO. U. S. PAT. OFF, "But I'd go crazy if I didn't keep busv!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser COPfl. 1546 CY HCA SCBVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF 1947 NOW HERE Now we CANT FAY YOU "Me- HMM-FRANKLY .MP.. FROST, OUR. 4500 WE owe YOU fon. J Too U. AITIN& — A.BA PLAY WAS A RZZEROO. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberoer We TOOK IN ONLY f 82-/ By Carl Anderson JUMBO BALLOONS LOOK.MEAT&ALL.' READIN& FROM LEFT TO RIGHf LINCOLN.WASHINGTON AND JEFFEPSON .' PERHAPS VOU/.L BE A&LE To RAise THE EvAI-ANCE- — ITS ONLY A MERE mil.ui:ii;iiTsi:i:snnl:K IZ-H ANDER3Or4 By V. T. Hamlin "Since'haircuts went up he gives a discount on kid groups'." , POPEYE THAT'S RIGHT, GENTLEMEN, I SAIP MILK.' V/HAT'5 WRONG WITH MILK ? IT'S GOOD FOR YUH-- IT x ^^ MAKES STRONG BONES' , AN'MUSCLE--AN' J YOUR I LIKE IT/ EASY, NOW. \ TO'JGHEST Y B5TCHA i ^* ^\ ' ' l ''•*»! \ twwwiita^i i b^« i v-i 1,1 A"*v^^ ^v tvir\r\w iv '/"THAT \ ED,THAT IHOMBRE i /HE DOWNS VGIMME\ MILK.' !,'X?«.' XBUCKAROO'S/SEESINCEl A QUART Or VA8ESR,'K, / Thimble Theater LOW-DOWN) POISONi/ WE BURIEDV MULE AT ALAMOSA X A GULP/ SUM/ IT TOOKEP ME] k i ^"11. i j«" i /•• i l L. PON'T MEED IT NOW!.' AHOY, OSCAR/ I FOUNP A TIMBER TO FIX THE HOLE IKJ'A SHIP.'/ETTHATS FINE, BUT- 7 A LONJGISH AMP OLGA OUR NAMES OLCiA, I WANT YOU TO MEET /POPEVe.'/ TIME. I HOPES HE AIN'T PROWMEP!' SOUND PCETTV TOGETHER ^? PON'T THEY, Bv Edaar Martin 1 . RoO,V3t'Rt HOMEi \YS "VWO O'CXOCVO. S VJOU\-O -50 UPWeWV O?- COURSt BOOTS COULDN'T KNOW PiBOUt f\U. TWc. THRV<=> GOING OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hqople I'M WORKIM' TH' PARCHED EARTH OW HIM. 1 IF THAT'S TOO D.EEP PER YOU-- WHEN HE GITS , __. WHERE I AM HIS 4iC-_A SUPPLY UIMES'LL ^-"•"-"^ BE TOO LOMG. 1 \6> ITTRUETHAT^fK PSHW.'VOU 6U2ZARD6 6WDER VOD $OT (^ ARE TOO PRONE TO fORNA FROM 6CCfTLAND>?/ 6MKP JUDSfAEtOTS OF BULLDOGS}! PER6Ol^A.HTy-^-BRUCE UMDER TWE BED ?<<\ fAtRELV IS FlhJDlMG IT MUST H/\NJE h{ DIFFICULT TO ADJUST MUSCLES INS MB SV HIW6ELF To ME\N FEATHERS TO teePJ A 6WAGlA8UCK.LINi&^ "\ -^-FAP/; CHARACTER LIKE AIN^TVODTHEGLIYJ USED TO 3 REDOUBLE CANNIBMS WITH 6CO\ML&?-c^ HOVJ COKAEVOU CAKfT CMA5E THIS AMIM/XTED PlLLOVsJ IMTOtHECORRftL? Bv Fred Harmon RED RYDER s PLUAN& LOCO-' UCOK5 LIKE THOSE RUSfUER-5 WANT TO COVER iHBfi TRACKS? ' 1HE.VRE HEADED FOR 1HAT THEVLL COVER tHEIR. IM 1H£ ROCM CROS5-Uf> REP RYDER. RYDER FOLLOWS THE •TRAIL. OF His STOLEN CATTLE. TOTMEPECOS.LIT1LE DOES ONE- eOMQUER. AG005E? n - // * •- —-. ^ix^r^^E" *** "COi*!. L 1W>J.Y NtA UKVJCHNC.T. M. MC-U-t. f* THE WORRY WART

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