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w*W^^ «MW?*J i I l i UI . I • ** I I '. i 1 I so Vf g' I Pegs Sla MOM STAR, More, ARKANSAS ^^^*fl.^«*«^He»rfr^'w^^w*ia*wt'k(tt.M \-, Thursday, December 12, CLASSIFIED Ads MtrVi fe?JtiOMce Day Before Publication Number of One Three, jsix One® '• WordB Day Days <Bays Month Up to 15 ... .43 .90 1.50 4.50 C or Sfllfl " .60 1.20 2:00 $.00 r ° r JalB • - - - i? en 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 SI to 35 36 to 40 41 to 43 ifi to 50 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 .. 1.50 1.: 7.50 loiso 12.00 13.50 15.00 2,40 v $.00 2JQTv4.50 iu uw ... .i.^v 3.TJO u \5.00 * Rates are for Continuous Insertions vOHb"" f • All Want Ads Casfti'lrttAdvahci • Not Taken Over; th<*^ Phone Real Estate for Sale FOSTER- FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. GARAQE, just back of courthouse.' Immediate possession, $3800. DUPLEX APARTMENT, NORTH " Ferguson street. Make us an , offer. , SIX-ROOM HOUSE, GROCERY .' store, flower shop. 1 503 South * Hervey. Must -sell, Owner leaving t6Wn. RESIDENTIAL LOT, 50 BY 150, corner lot, Spruce street and Foster Avenue. '"' l FIVE-ROOM NATIVE ROCK house, garage, ,all mpdern, newly constructed. '•..,.... TEN-ROOM TWO - -extra lots, 404 WesTOp?ftue G. »,Make us an otfer/. v-^%-i'i>. SOUTH WALNUT STREET DU- plex, corner location, on ' new pavement. ' ' J CHRISTMAS GIFTS. FULLER brushes of all kinds. Especially stiff bristles. Mrs. Leon Bundy. Phone 138. 19-lm 0 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 Police Station. 9-6t FOUR-ROOM HOUSE. ONE ACRE ground. Located just outside city limits. Prescott, Ark., Mrs. Violet Coe, Phone 20D or 180, Prescott., 9-Gt ONE - INDIAN MOTORCYCLE — Excellent condition, good tires. Price $105.00. Call or see T. F. Grayson, Prescott, Arkansas, Phono 508. 9-Gt 130 ACRE FARM, 40 ACRES IN cultivation, good pasture, "timber land, well watered and fenced. Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 Bv Kino Feature* Syndicate. New York, Dec. 12 — With considerable surprise I saw by Miss Hedda Hopper's Hollywood column one recent day that Leo Durocher, the manager of the Brooklyn ball club, again was a house-guest in California of his friend, George Raft, the moving picture actor- gangster and member in good standing of the underworld of Hollywood and Broadway. I was surprised because only a few days before I learned on excellent authority that when Durocher conferred with Branch Rickey, the general manager of the Brooklyn baseball firm, in Columbus, O., preliminary to Durocher's retention as the team manager for 1947, he promised Mr. Rickey that he would divorce himself from his old asso- Betting on Racing Hits Al!-Time Peak By RAY AYRES SPORTS ROUNDUP tfl New York, Dec. 12 — (fP) —A couple of kids named Charley Fusari and Chuck Taylor are going to have a fight at Madison Square Gar New York, Dec. 12 — (UP) —-Iden tomorrow night . . . That's irn- Racing's river of gold flowed in portant mainly because they're top record proportions during 1946 n na tion-wicle survey showed today with the total mutuel handle throughout the country approaching the two billion dollar mark for the first time. A total of $1,760,478,950 already has been wagered on the horses in 19 states — approximately $350,000,000 more than last year — as every area reported increases with the exception of New York. Current meetings at Tropical Park in Florida, Bay Meadows iii California, Fair Grounds in New Orleans and Charles Town West Virginia were not included. New York, the perennial bellwether, again led the parade but gave the first indication that the golden tide which JIMS been rising steadily for the past decade, may have reached its crest. T3 ~ • <!>aonA 1P1«..*1 nu:iK»^ llc 10 "aucjLl ill liiu suiiui iU£i3lt:i- \JL Bargain S3200. Floyd Phi lips | the Burcau of Narcotics of the • McCaskill, Ark. 10-6t Trensllry . Mr . R ickey has an unfavorable opinion of Raft, and only ciatlons including Raft and Raffs •'Despite the longest season in dear friend. Bugsy Siegal. Bugsy New Y ork history - 1U2 clays is a blue-book boy, meaning that thc total wagers dropped from the he is listed in the social register of --•- • • • *•*•... 500 .BUSHELS CORN, THIS YEARS crop. Elbert Tarpley, Hope, Rt. 1. Battlefield community. 10-31 1941 2-DOOR PONTIAC, GOOD condition. Can be seen in front Monday he told me that in 1947 Raft will be excluded not only from Durocher's dressing room and the dressing rooms of the Brooklyn players but from the .FIVE-ROOM , constructed, aUimqderti, numerous built-ins, garage, -10Q2 West Fourth Street. / ,* '1..-T >,••,. THREE ROOMS : 'A*NE> VBATH, ' chicken house, lot 75 by 150, two • blocks west Paisley, school. '.FIVE ' LOTS ON HIGHWAY 67 just west of town, all adjoining, - 50X132; •"••'., , . 'TWO RESIDENTIAL LOTS, COR- ner ;of East Seventh street. !SEE MR. CHARLEY 'BAKER AT , our office for the following farm ', property: 80 ACRES, SIX-ROOM HOUSE, gas, electricity, double garage, barn and other buildings, one mile-north of Hope on SPG road. 140 ACRES FIVE -MILES SOUTH of Spring Hill, some timber, make, us an offer. 600 ACRES SEVEN MILES WEST of Hope, five houses, six barns, other, buildings, good water sup, ply, " 200 acres in cultivation, 400 " in, pasture., ,. : :,. MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WA- 1 ter, lights,, electricity, garage,! . servant house, three acres lancL three miles north of Hope on. 1 Washington highway. 370 ACRES ON. HIGHWAY- 67 TWO • mUes west of Hope; two houses,, 'jig barn, fenced. 120 ACRES THREE MILES SOUTHt ' of Hope on Highway 29, five-roomj j house, big barn, 30 acres good; j Pine timber. six "AND HALF ACRES ON PAT-. mos road, near Hope Country Club,,; gas .and, electricity available. ' NUMEROUS OTHER FARM LIST, ings in Hempstead and Nevada • counties. ' •• of Riley Lewallen Real Estate I Brooklyn ball park as well. office. Russell Lewallen. ll-3t| Enlarging on Durocher's social —-„ ^,^^~7 problems, it will be recalled that Durocher loaned his New York apartment to Raft for a dicing party in which a chump named Martin Shurin lost $18,500 to Raft, according to the early returns, re- TURKEYS. 2'A MILES NORTH- east of Hope on old Highway 67. M...H. Miller. ll-3t WHEELCHAIR, GOOD AS NEW. Adjustable back and fool rest. 2 small back rubber tire wheels. S35. Clinton Carter. Gale, Ark. Gen. Del. ll-3t ZENITH PORTABLE RADIO, battery or electricity, 6 tubo table model General Electric Radio. Both like new. See T. S. McDavitt. 12-Gt PRACTICALLY NEW BOYS Bicycle, 28 inch size. Mrs. Varclis M.OSOS, 1802 South Main St. 12-3t SIX SCREEN FRAMES, 2 PAIR casement windows. 3 large doors. 306 South Pine St. 12-3t For Rent TWO . UNFURNISHED AI'ART- ments. Newly papered. Call 712-J. 10-3t $450,663,190 which was bet in 154 days in 1945, to $407,105,748, a decrease of .'543,557,442. An additional county pari-mutuel tax of i'ive percent was blamed :'or the loss of play since more New Yorkers than ever before — 4,901,610 —jammed the state's race tracks. Total recorded attendance figures reached 17,592,624 with several states not reporting. New Jersey showed the greatest gain as two new tracks, Monmoulh Park and Atlantic City, joined Garden State Park in thc stale's circuit. A total of $149,296,259 was bet. compared with $82,194,201 handled representatives ot the first big crop of boxers developed since ihe war — Ihe welterweights . . . Fusari, 21-year-old son of an Irvington. N. J., milkman, turned pro only two years ago and since then has racked up 4(1 straight victories, 32 knockouts. He was supposed to tight Tippy Larkin in a "Jersey natural" that Mike .Jacobs snatched for the Garden. Tippy couldn't get ready, so Mike called upon Taylor, a Coalport, Pa., kid who was deveroped in xhe "sticks" after leaving the army ,und who stepped into New York's big time loss than a year ago ... In addition to .these two, the "new" welters in-1 elude Tony Janiro, Tony Pellone, Ruby Kessler, Art Aragon, Billy Graham and a few others aiming at "oldster" Ray Robinson . . . The only other division to turn up many new fighters is the middleweight with such as Artie Lcvine, Pete Mead and Rod Priest and ihe percentage of pre-war Hghlcrs at the top of this group is higher. Discouraging Outlook- Conclusion of a ;iote :'rom Elmer Sailer, who just finished beating the druj'ns for Auburn's x'ootballers in a win 4 lose 6 season: "I am Rose Hopes to Mail Tickets by Monday Faycltevillc, Dec. 12 —(If}— An 1947 Clothing Outlook Is Better Outlook hi clothing and household cotton fields for 1947 Is some- whnt bettor than it was for 194G, accoiding to Mary Dixon, homo demonstration agent. Strikes hnve . .., , ._ not cut down on textile and clothing effort will be made to mail by next jpioduclion as much as in many ot Monday all Cotton Bowl vickets sold through the University of Arkansas, Athletic Business Manager Glen Rose said todtiy. Rose announced •ihnt student requests for 2,500 tickets nad been, filed and that Raxorback club her lines, although it has been considerably delayed by Ifick of new equipment, skilled workers and raw materials. Prices of cotton goods will continue to be high and supplies relatively scarce because production lilt-U UIll.1 lll«l -IVll/.v* I WH V.1V 1-lllv I. *- . ~ ,, -,L t I members .were next on the mailing has not yet caught,up with demand list. Only 9,100 tickets were available ior sale through the university, and Rose said approximately 5,000 requests had been returned unfilled.' FulbrightStil! Wants Truman to Retire By EDWIN B. HAAKINS ON Washington, Dec. 12 —(/I 1 )—Senator J. William Fulbright (D-Arkl credited President Truman today .with a "very good job" in handling |the coal strike crisis but cling to and supplies have not been built up in warehouses. For this reason the home demonstration agent ad- Ten Teams Enter Tourney at Spring Hill Spring Hill will piny host this weekend to n 10 - team bnsketbnll tqurnnment which will get underway Friday and cud with a title game Saturday night. Senior boys, Senior girls and Junior boys of the participating schools will play 25 games. Prc- tourney favorites in the Senior boys division Is Guernsey with Spring Hill tunning a close second. Teams invited include; Washington, Center Point, Palmes, Oti'-'rii- sey, Fulton, Calo, Blevins, Blurt City and Spring Hill. t 0 ffuirstJoy, December 12, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS BLONDIE By Chicle Young gloves, although it is somewhat hl- TH1S NEW . 1AIR TONIC A LIRE SMELLS J GOOD-LILAC . '.. . , i > — , KlUVWni tItl.llWl*KllIl.l£) hlVfllJWWUCllillir vises Hempstead county homemnlt- * her tnan Ulc pasl yonr . su ,, ply fi'S HI tint, nff nnrpnnso of doming fr.ni n *.. \._ .. 11 iu~t. going to have to stick to our onlyjhj s recommendation that the chief winning loam, cross country, be-.executive resign in favor of a Re- cause it looks like our basketball. publican, team will do'well to win as many Despite a barrage of criticism 1 1 i —,•> \ l\ f F\l\ • l~*l « t I • V-t_>llllJCHV;U W I II I «ilWiW| I if'I !*-U I J dticed to H.U.500 in Shurin's closing by (Sarden State last year. statement to ihe New York district attorney, on 13 straight passes by Raft, all fours and tens and most of them "the hard miraculous streak of luck, if that was What it was. Mr. Shurin later was told by the wife of one of his Belling in California increased 50 percent with a total of :J347,745,79(i while Arkansas went up 72 percent THREE ROOMS FURNISHED lor light housekeeping, near Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 12-31 Lost or Strayed fellow-guests at the dicing {hat her husband had conspired with others to set a trap .for Him and that ihe dice used in the operation contained unconventional markings which would have made it not merely easy for the dicer to sling fours and tens in sets of twos and :'ives all night long, but very difficult i'or him to throw anything else. The lady had quarrelled with her husband at the time, but later they patched it up and she became reticent. The complaint ;iaturally caused an official investigation, however, in which it was discovered that Raft, although apparently not a tough guy in the pugnacious and daring meaning of the term, but merely noisy and nasty, nevertheless was an associate of Siegal, who is honest-to-God lough, with an international police rating; , , c truly j rom Cj 5 , 8 9 r)|881 to $10,150,636. Kentucky jumped from $25,666,201 to $35.502,929 while Illinois just fell short of the 200 million mark when MALE PERSIAN CAT, CREAM colored, half grown. Answers to name "Sandy". Reward for return. Mrs. Doyle Reaves, Phone 848-W. 10-3t For Sale or Trade it climbed from $168,060,010 to $198,042, 8U2. as our gridders did." Dots All, Br&thers Bob O'Shaughnessy, ace of that mooth-'working Nevada basketball earn, has agreed to sign with the jaseball Dodgers when he leaves college. Coach Bo McMillin has won ive more conference games Jn his 3 football seasons at Indiana U. nan eiehl predecessors did be- ween 1900 and Bo's arrival . . . jeorge Gallagher of Erie, Pa., has ised the same pair of bowling shoes for 38 years. Obviously, >iuile i loot. 1942 DODGE. ' 'TON'': TRUCK, . . long \yheel base, ,Jiew tires and motor!'' LrfrgeT bacK end. Also 1936 Chevrolet. Esso Service Station. Emmet. ll-6t Notice FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 12-3t Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. Phon.e 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm 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, Te^as. IS-lmo LET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD mattresses or make nev- ones. Pftpne 229-J. Cobb's Mattress A.S 23-lm ROSSTON-CAMDEN BUS SCHE- dule. Leave Hotel Snyker at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. 10-Gt MY'PIANO TO BE REPOSSESSED Party can have by taking up my payments. John Miller, General Delivery. ll-3t Male Help Wanted WANTED, ASSISTANT BOOK- keeper, general ofXice work. Applications strictly confidential. Give full details as to experience and salary expected. Write Box 98, Hope, Arkansas. 7-tf Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo DELIVERY OF •sand, gravel and dirt^.Gall 138, so ' 2w WE CAN NOW GWE TiRM 5 TO 10 days delivery": qn.newj blinds made in Texarkana: Guaranteed free estimation, alsg : 'free installation. We can v iiow re-tape, re-cord,, paint and " make your blinds like new. Quick' service. Tilt-Ray Venetian 'Blind Cp. 1123 County Avenue, Phone 4520-W. 7-lm For Sale or Rent 25 ACRE FARM ON COLUMBUS road. Old Pinson place. Mrs. F. R. Smeltzer, Prescott, Ark. VISIT OUR'NEW AND COMPLETE RECORD SHOP Records ancl Albums for every age and taste. MAKE THI5 # MUSICAL Snap early. The G if t a wa its y yu a <;§91-TQ0!JY RADIO CO Radio, Phonographs and Radio Service, Basket-ball Results By The Associated Press Last night's scores: East Bucknell 38; Penn State 34 (ex- ra period). , Lehigh 40; Scranton 25. Uhlenberg 8G; Newark 34. Pennsylvania 53; Swarthmore 34. Princeton 59; Rider 36. Syracuse 73; Boston Univ. 46; Vermont 61; Yale 59. Cornell 50' Niagara 45. M.I. TO. SO ;New Hampshire 45. Connecticut 65; Brown 40. Fordham 64; Iowa 51. West Virginia 7G; Carnegie Tech 17. Columbia 67; Kings Point 34. Midwest Illinois 73; Marquette 40. Kansas 42; Idaho 28. Drake 05; Central (Iowa) 51. Springtield (Mo) Tchrs 48; Northwest (Okla) Tchrs 36. South and Southwest Murray (Ky) 49; Texas Aggies 48. Tulane 63; Houston 49. Alabama 76; Craig Field 26. in the Eastern territory; and Longie Zwillman, a veteran New Jersey and Broadway bootlegger, hoodlum, gambler and gangster, also with a record.' Two days after Miss Hopper re- porte'd that Durocher again was a guest of Raft in a household much frequented by gangsters, Rickey and Durocher rrie,^ .the- baseball writers in one of those formal press conferences iri Brooklyn to announce that Durocher nad signed his 1947 contract. The impression was given that Rickey had exacted no promises or assurances. That version is incorrect, for the fact is that Rickey discussed little else in the Columbus meeting, and that Durocher, as a cond tion prior to the actual negotiations as to his salary and other terms, promised to keep out of questionable company. Rickey said Durocher was entirely honest in baseball matters and W9uld not knowingly give information to gangsters on which they might arrange betting coups, but "dumb as hell when it comes to figuring the consequences of an association." "He has lined up with us 100 per cent," Mr. Rickey said, meaning that Durocher had promised to avoid the appearances of evil. As an old baseball man, Mr. Rickey knows many angles, known also io the criminal underworld, by which a manager who is "dumb as hell" that way could give underworld companions a strong betting advantage through advance information without any guilty intent. Although Rickey says Raft has j been barred from the Dodgers' or Bums' dressing-rooms and from Ebbets Field, th.-il does not mean, of course, that Raft is socially undesirable everywhere else in baseball. At one of the Boston games of the late world series he accompanied Larry MacPhail, the business executive of the New York Yankees, and Joe DiMaggio. The publicity of the press recently extended Raft in generous measure has elicited amusing discussion concerning his cherished friend and bodyguard known as Killer Gray, whose actual name is Max Greenberg the office of bodyguard to a tough-guy is an interesting institution in itself, the more so inasmuch as the police records contain no data on any homicides by Killer Gray nor even an arrest 'lor so amiable an offense as wife-beating. In this case, it is atill mere so because authorities Barrthill to Take 47 Razorbacks to Cotton Bowl Fayettevillo, Dec. 12 — (/P) — Forty-seven players have been named to the University of Arkansas football squad which will meet Louisiana State University in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas New Year's Day. They are: Alton Baldwin, Bill Bass, Leon Campbell, Bud Canada, Harry Carter, Joe Claborn, Dale Counce, Jimmy Cox, Jim Crafton, Buddy Davis, Jake Davis, Alvin Duke, Cox, Jim . Jake Davis, Alvin , Ray Daughtery, Henry .Ford, Aubrey Fowler, Bill Franklin, Charles Gray, Jim Hager, Ed Hamilton, John Hoffman, Ken Holland, Howard Hughes, Etf Henderson, Maurice Jaber, Andrew Jackson, Frank Lambright, Charles Lively, Gordon Long, Herman Lubker, John Lunney,, Jlichard Martin, Melvin IMc- ' iJ-Jim Minor, Joyce Pinkin • . -^m . . . • - ** -T-l • T- 1 1 Richards Rowland Ross • Prilchard, Don Theron Roberts, Eckel ' , _._ ....... _ Clyde' Scott, John Shaddox, Her man Styles, Bill Thomas, DUva Thornton, Bill Troxell, Earl Wheel er, Steed White and Leon Whit. taker. Muddy Field in Prospect for Title Game Little Rock, Dec. 12 — muddy field is promised morrow night's Arkansas high school football championship battle between the Little Rock Tigers and the Helena-West Helena In- Iff) 'or to- Despilc a barrage trom both fellow Democrats and Republicans, the .11-year old Jaw- maker said he slill .is convinced that Mr. Truman should step clown "for the good of thc country and for the good of his party." Fulbright, former Oxford scholar and university president, xirst advanced his proposal the day after the November 5 election 5n which the Republicans swept to control of Congress. Mr. Truman brushed aside any comment, but Ihe 'White House made it clear the president had :\o intention of quilling. "My suggeslion is nol a reflection on anyone's integrity, patriotism, or anything else," ihe senator told_a reporter loday. "II would merely'"'correct an obvious defect in our present syslem which has resulted when the presidenl is a member of one parly and Ihe majority of Congress another." As for Mr. Truman's role in the coal crisis, Fulbright declared: lo put off purchase of clolhing and piece goods as long as possible. When supplies are more plentiful | prices will be more salisfaclory. By refusing lo buy poor quality, high- priced merchandise, consumers can speed up return of normal quality lo store shelves, she stalca. The production of medium-priced goods has steadily declined since 1942. The supply of better quality combed collon goods increased slightly in 1!MG, but popular fabrics such as bed sheeting, outing flannel, better grades of lawn, organdy oxford and sateen are still scarce. Production of rayon fabrics has increased ureally since Ihe end of Ihe war. Much of Ihc rayon has been mixed with other fibers to make spun rayon, drapery and up- holslery fabrics. Woolen iind worsted goods production has been at lather high levels. In the ready lo wear line, men's suils, overalls and trousers are more plentiful, but slill below prewar levels, she points out. Shortages of experienced workers as well as lack of certain lypes of cloth for pockets and linings have slowed down production in Ihis field. Women's woolen dresses and suits are plentiful, but rayon and will continue to be smaller than demand. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner I!«JT mr h t h.tum s,, j ii c li*. WoilJ njliii itmuj SIDE GLANCES By. Golbroirh Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Miami, Fla. — Clyde Gordon, M4, Miami, outpointed Vince Gambill, 145, El ucno, Okla., 10. Providence — Ernie Forte, 140 ' 1-4, Providence, outpointed Maxic Starr, 147 1-4, Baltimore, 10. Dayton, O. .— Eddie Miller, 157, Dayton, outpointed Bill Parsons, 150, Chicago, 10. cotton clothes are still scarce. •Production of knitwear, such as women's and men's sweaters and knit shirts are still at a low ebb. Supplies of women's underwear and nightweur remain below the 1943 average. Shoes will continue to bo scarce until at least next March, she pro- diets. Tanneries are receiving more hides now and this should result in proclucto'n of more shoes by early next year. Hosiery will continue In be scarce throughout next year, because of excessively high demand and limited pioduction. High co:;t Surplus Property to Be Sold at Texarkana Dec. 16 Little Rock. Dec. II —(/I 1 )— Thc War Asscsts Administration's regional office here announced today nearly $1,500,000 worth of government surplus vehicles would go on sale Dec. 10-20 at lone star ordnance plant, Texarkana. The offering, on a "first come, first SL-rved basis,' 'includes 1,500 jeeps, passenger cars, station wagons, various types of trucks uiu other vehicles. sional baseball, once the cleanesl of professional sports, and ihe' 1 un derworld and its gambling syndi cates, for the first time since the fake world series of 191 .The deall of Judge Landis and ihe acccssior lo his job of Happy Chandler, o: Kentucky, lale governor and Unit ed States Senator, have wrought a new spirit of comradeship betweei elements which formerly were as distant as virtue and sin. Chandlei s a machine politician from a poli ical environment in Louisville that includes the professional underworld types that Fiorello La Guardia used to call tin-horns and Dunks. For years Landis kept at ,he clubowners to hound known professionals out of ihe parks. Players and managers simply were not allowed to associate with 'them. But MacPhail was the leading sponsor of Chandler for thc job of commissioner and a person who was present in the office of the Stevens Catering Company, which sells the hot- dogs, peanuts and programs, reports that MacPhail walked inlo that office on a cold world series day last fall with Raft and Di- a very good job in convincing John lL. Lewis that he meant business land was not going to give in. I Rainfall prior to today, combined: certainly think that was well handled." However, the Arkansas senator continued unless the president retires in favor of a Republican, these things are in prospect: 1. There will be <io cooperation between thc Republican Congress and the Democratic administration, and the next two years will be spent in "squabbling, investigations 'and attempts to show the Demo; cratic party is no good.' ' 2. The Republicans probably will win the H 1948 election, ,'Aiid Democratic strength .in Congress xnay decline lo the same 'level the 'Republicans sank to at the peak of he New Deal. 3. Mr. Truman may leave office n 1948 under much the same circumstances as when President Hoover stepped out in 1932 after .rying in vain to cooperate with Democratic congressional majori- .ies for two years. Fulbright said his proposal had been "misunderstood more by ihe Democrats than the Republicans" I think' President Truman ' did of cotton cloth and leather vyill con- a scarcity of grass on the Tiger stadium field, has put. the gridiron in poor condition. Little Kock Athlelic Direclor E. F. Quigley said much wind and sunshine would be needed lo dry the turf to any extent. ' While the Indians rank as one of the stale's finest defensive learns, Ihe powerful Tigers still reigned today as top-heavy favorites lo win thc playoff finale. Hudlin's Successor Has Not Been Named Says Manager Little Rock, Dec. 12 — (/P)— No successor to Willis Hudlin as manager of the Little Rock Travelers has been selected, Business Manager Ray Winder reported today. Winder, just back from ihe major-minor league meetings at Los Angeles, said a decision would not be made until Ihe "right man" is found. linue to hold down production of OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplari assures independent operators of home and aulo stores unusual earnings on minimum invesl- menls. Franchise available for several cilies in Ihis area. For complete information -write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS COHK 1S4G DV NEA SERVICE. Iht. T. M. RCC.U S. P»T. OFK. COPR. 194« BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. A2-/.Z. adding thai this surprised him "because President Truman has lost the control of his own parly." Despite the opposition he has en- countercd, Fulbrighl said he will press legislation in the next Congress to eliminate the situation lha' permits one parly to hold the presidency while another controls Congress. "It may not get very far but al least it will get people thinking about this problem which really if a serious one," the senator assert- Ancient Hebrew physicians prescribed a grain of salt or the eggs of a grasshopper as remedies for toothaches. ' Maggio. There has been a change of atmosphere in baseball since Judge Lundis died. Your nose know:;. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana HAVE YOUR CAR WINTERIZED at MAYO'S Texaco Service Station PHONE 6 CALL 119 Let us help you with .your bedding troubles. VVe make new or renovate any kind, or size ol mattresse^. 1 Day Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. 3rt) St. Rhone 119 REMOVER Within 40 Miles PEAP HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-B ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J who claim to know Killer Gray, personally, assert that in his case the name "Killer," far from its formidable suggestion, actually is a corruption of a Jewish word "Kilah," meaning "rupture" or "hernia." My uuthoiity on such matters, George Sokolsky, lulls me that in the sly Jewish nurrior "kilah" means something even more which, in a family newspaper, must be approached only with great delicncy. '•You might say," Mr. Sokolsky said, "that it is a term :iever selected by a man as a boast but invariably applied by others and without ccrnplmentary intent. It means that a man nas hud a very sad misfortune. A very amusing derivation of the name 'Killer 1 i'or the bodyguard of a Hollywood tough guy. I am laughing 10 myself." If Miss Hopper was correctly informed in her report of the renewed association of Durocher with Raft, then Durocher is fellowship- ping in the off-season with a man whom his employer, patron, spiritual guardian and boss had decided to exclude in season i"or the good of the game. However, thai need not imply serious consequences just yet. There is plentj of time. There is, of course, ap prehension of interestingn conse quences irom a direct and flagrant line of association belween profes William R. Herndon Photographer Second floor First National Bank Phone 493 Christmas Special 8x10 Sepia Portrait One Dozen Personalized Christmas Cards (from your choice of 4 negatives) For $y| f\f\ Only *+.UU Additionql Cords $3.00 Doz, i'S AMERICAN CAFE PRESCOTT, ARK. • • Open 24 Hogrs Daily • e Meet your friends here, Day or Night. We're always glad to serve you. Robert A. Gammill Mgr. 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 Refrigerator REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service 1 have been acting like a gentleman, madam! Now I'm going to act like a lady!'* "These are some of the homes they recommend for us veterans—:can you imagine us in there in ten years or so, with nine kids?" HARRY SEGNAR PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs PHONE 382-J 1023 South Main Street FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer 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. WANTED White Oak Logs qnd Heading Bolts Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices qnd more Details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark. DINE & DANCE 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, Arfc. Phone $1 \^ PINE GARDENS V 2 Mile East, Hy 67 Closed Sunday & Monday OPEN Rest of the Week 5 P. M. til 12 P. M. Plenty of Choice Steaks Chicken Dinners CHRISTMAS ; CARDS r Gentry Printing Co. : Doug f |TY Carl Bacon Vul I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — v Houie Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repair! Phone 784 JEEPER.S/WHEREb GET ALL. THAT y &ODY STUFF? SENT A See Us For... INSURANCE Insure with the Stronger Mutual Companies. Complete Protection , . . 20% Return Dividend on Your Insurance Cost. In other Words, Maximum Protection at 20% SAVINGS! • Fire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile Real Estate LOANS• Gl 4% Interest • FHA 41 % Interest Purchase Your Home Through Us ... Up to 20 Years to Pay! Foster-Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 SEARCH'ME-.'I THE CHECK IMi^.^v;-...::-v-:---v •## w^,, «TsV MU SHVICr IMC. T. M. HtC. U.S. PAT.OfF,...; •• •''.'•",'/;•'•''• •tZSZtf 4$v "You and your mania for buying Navy surplus!" WAS THF \ WHAT oo YOU THINK? WE Took: CHECK AMy.J IT TO THE BANK AMD IT CAME GOOD? 7 OUT LOOKING- LIKE THIS/ ' L COPR. 1946 BV HE* StBVICE. PIC. T. M. R -POPEYE Thimble Theater ^ I CHASED ORF OSCAR'S/ ' MECMAID AN' ( - FIXEP THE SHIP "^— -^"^" - {^" """__ •——* * 'AT LEAVE57- ONLV THE S MVSTERIOUSK ( Heart and Sop Cypress Also Across Street from Hope Basket Co. HOPE SHINGLE CO. Phone 1000 OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople E6ADJW1G65.'YOU'RE A ^WoH, GEESE HAMETO &ETip||| 6TUDEWT OPTEfAPER- \> USED TO YOU, MA3OR/ 6TA.MDS -A HE FEELS A9 A BLUE BLOOD AMONG ^A5 A GIRAFFE OM GEESE |NJ THE VARtJ, ^^f THE BUT TO APPROACH THE £%?\ —WHY MOT SIV& \ BIRO 15. TO RISK BEll^G' K S'<'> BlIA A. HTTL& sZ-X DANGEROUS BY H|5 SVJORD- )S SCOTCH -\?/ EXPOSURE —\ME % LL. WALK AROUMDTHE:) / ALL BE KlLT YARD \MEAR- .^^ (. LAU6HIMS WHY TH 1 LOMG ROPE, ICK? SO YOLJ WONJ'T BE MEAR " IF Th\E HUNJTERS MISTAKE THAT DEER? MORE'M PAT.' WHEM HE'S QM ONE SIDE OB A HILL I'SE BEHIND IT. LIKE BEA>KX 12-12. COfO. 19M, BV NU &CRVICE, INC. THE EARTHWORKS DOES If S-rflL , , , PAIN YUHrffSTAN' /WHEN I ,. ON YO* SPRAINED J HAVE YOU ANKLE, MISS / I TO LEAN ON, MISTER , M C BATT/ MISS MIDNITES FOUR LENGTHS AHEAD AND (G-VLPW) PULLIN' AWAY/ START ROLLIN By Michael O Malley & Ralp-,i Lane Subble and Sltiv yyere dead and all I got out of it waft a headache. SHIV AND BUBBLE WERE IDENTICAL TWINS, FLINT. EXCEPT THAT SHIV HAD ONE BROWN I Vl ?' _ ARE ., Y 9 U ALL R'SHT, ) EYE AND ONE BLUE ONE. THAT'S WHY THEY THE DARK GLASSES. JUST SUFFERING FROM AN ETHER HANGOVER. J THEY WANTED PEOPIE TO THINK THERE WAS ONLY ONE OF THEM. SHIV WAS SUPPOSED TO BE IN PARTS UNKNOWN YOU WERE STILL OUT COLD WHEN THE SHOOTING WAS GOING ON. By Leslie Turner WASH TUBBS ~ THE X VES. HE HINTED $HG A WEUU, \ HE WANTS (AOR.E \.HINW.E'S DIZZY DKAHZINUDECI5ION. THKPS ^ndbllvl yi/GV,iC7ivii» tnoi ^j^.^.. llp _ , , /TOO ZM. FOR SHE /OH, Wt WINKLE STILL FIGHTING /PLf>.NS TOMhRRf .ONCE MET JORKM. WHEN HER DIVORCE- IN FLORIDA IS FINAL! By Walt Disney DONALD DUCK'S By Carl Anderson By V. T. Hamlin xci-cr OOP 'HA5/AV Nl J-ldgr raAa vaaaNiMaais J.,NQV\ ava JVH.T^-^_JY anos NI J.3e> VNNOO ciNmaa,Ni>ona,NV v aa,noAmv JLMV JLVHI By Edgar Martin MR*. VOU'RE OV\, THftt V.ETTERI BVn 1 NOU'O WftNT tAt TO i flNO t'O U\<t FOR VOU tO OPvRKEST HOUR xv ^^:I : «liSfiii Fred Harmon RED RYDER (SIS' V 1 KrtCJW lOU'RE Vl. ,-/ r\0tf£ 1R3U&LE WllH f\= WH1' 1OL) RUSTLERS LOCO, PY( HERD'S SI-VNU RYDER.? J ENOUGH 60THAT To COVER THEIR

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