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2 I s A, 1,1 4 . Pegs foi? Horl sf Xn/'rtbM, ARKANSA* CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six _ One ©Words ~~ Up to 15 18 to 20 Day Days Days Month .43 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 21 to 25 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 28 to 30 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 31 to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 36 to <0 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 41 to 43 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 16 to 50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • AU Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Real Estate for Sale Lost BLACK LEATHER, FUR LINED man's $ove. Between Hope Star and Southern Cafe. Return to Cecil Atwood, Hope Star. Reward. 14-3t For Sale CHRiSTMAS GIFTS. FULLER brashes of all kinds. Especially stfff bristles. Mrs. Leon Bundy, Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Feature* Syndicate. Phone 138. 19-lm "FOSTER-ELLIS FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE, just back of courthouse. Immediate possession, $3800. DUPLEX APARTMENT, NORTH Ferguson street. Make us an. offer. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, GROCERY store, flower shop, 503 South Hervey. Must sell, Downer leaving town." RESIDENTIAL LOT, 50 BY 150. corner lot. Spruce street and Foster Avenue. FIVE-ROOM NATIVE ROCK house, garage, all modern, newly constructed. TEN-ROOM HOUSE. BARN, TWO extra lots, 404 West Avenue G. ' Make us an offer. SOUTH WALNUT STREET DU- 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 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. 9-6t ONE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE — New York, Dec. 15. —A few days ago a startling story brike in the papeVs under an Atlanta dateline concerning a secret organization called the Columbians, which appears to be anti-semitic and anti- Negro. At worst it is a rather juvenile group and quite small, for it claimed only 5,400 members and those who exposed it said it had only 100. The "break" of the news story was cptrived in dramatic fashion, revealing a professional touch. The only ground for the startling allegations was the "confessions" of two young backsliders, 18 and 21. On the basis of the printed allegations. I doubt that anyone will be convicted of a crime and I note particularly that no crimes were charged and no arrests were made. If this is a sinister and dangerous organization, however, it obviously is petty by comparsion with the outfit which arranged the expose. Tigers Rated Third Team in Arkansas Where Russians Seek Uraniumx Arkansas Negro Athletic Association announced that Verger High School's Tigers are the third ranking football team in Arkansas, with Helena rated first and Texarkana second. Ernest llaney and Edward Stuart of the Tigers were selected to the second all-state team and honorable mention went to T. C. Davis. Bonnie L. Dixon, Clifford Pegee and Frank Nobles. The Tigers wjll be honored with a semi-formal banquet Thursday night, December 19, at Yerger school. All fans are requested to get banquet tickets before Wednesday. CZECHOSLOVAKIA Excellent condition, good tires. That organization is the non- Price $165.00. Call or see T. F. Grayson, Phone 568. Prescott, Arkansas, 9-61 130 ACRE FARM, 40 ACRES IN cultivation, good pasture, timber land, well watered and fenced. Bargain $3200. Floyd Phillips • McCaskill, Ark. 10-6t plex, corner location, on new pavement. -FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY constructed, all modern, numerous built-ins, garage, 1002 West Fourth Street. •THREE ROOMS AND BATH, - 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- rier 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 supply, 200 acres in cultivation, 400 in pasture. . MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WA- - ter, lights, electricity, garage, servant house, three acres land, three miles north of Hope on Washington highway. 370-ACRES ON HIGHWAY 67 TWO miles west of Hope, two houses, big barn, fenced. 120 ACRES THREE MILES SOUTH of Hope on Highway 29, five-room house, big barn, 30 acres good '. 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. 1941 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. sectarian anti-Nazi league of New York. It was organized by 1933 to jowcott Hitler's Germany and, by other means, to oppose the use of rlitlerism. In the years since, it las become, by its own boast in he Atlanta case, a secret, private espionage system. It plants its agents in positions of trust in private employment to .filch confidential information and betray it io the league and to photograph private correspondence and other documents for any purpose that suits the individuals .who run the M. H. Miller. ll-3t WHEELCHAIR. GOOD AS NEW. Adjustable back and foot rest. • 2 small back rubber tire wheels. S35. Clinton Carter. Cale, Ark. Gen. Del. ll-3t PRACTICALLY NEW BOYS Bicycle, 28 inch size. Mrs. Verdis Moses, 1802 South Main St. 12-3t SIX SCREEN FRAMES, 2 PAIR casement windows. 3 large doors. 306 South Pine St. 12-3t TWO NICE HOUSES, GOOD LO- cation. Wade Warren, phone 356 13-6t league. It is reasonably compar-1 able to the German Gestapo and the late Russian G. P. U .It has no official equal in the agencies of the United States government, which even to this day do not include a "secret police" service of this type. Not even the F. B. I., the Intelligence departments of the army and navy or the authorized investigators of legally qualified committees of Congress have the right to plant secret agents in the offices of private groups, whether political or fraternal, to photograph or copy their-private papers and to make public information ob- ca as though it were spelled "Amerika,' which is the way all Americans pronounce it. The man with the thick dialect told me that Mr. Hoffman was the president. Then, when I asked him what Mr. Hoffman's business was, he said, "what's his business? Well. I think he is a lawyer, a former judge. I think so, in New York." Then he said, "the answers that give you are not the right ones." I asked him why he was giving false answers if the league were an honest organization with nothing to hide. He snid that if I really were Westbrook Pegler I ought to know all about Mr. Hoffman and his business. I told him my way of getting reliable information was to approach the persons concerned openly and honestly. I never rifle their desks, spy on their telephone calls and private correspondence or plant treachersous agents in secretarial positions. He then said I had attacked the league "two or three times," which I doubt offhand, although I have not had time to go through the files for ten years or so to see. Map above shows mountainous area of German-Czech-Polish borders where Russians are reported intensively seeking pitchblende chief source of uranium, used in atomic fission research. Prospecting near towns underlined on map recently was reported abandoned, ' svith some of the machinery and specialists moved to Joachimstal, where, in a guarded area, pitchblende is being mined and shipped in larue quantities. Russians also are digging for the radioactive ore at AHheidc and Dessau. Porks to Play in Madison Garden Fayetteville, Dec. .10 —(&)— Sizzling under two successive defeats — their first of the season, the University of Arkansas Hazorbncks will make their annual basketball appeal-once In Madison Square Garden, Now York City, tomorrow night against New York University. Arkansas will remain in the East to play St. Joseph's at Philadelphia Saturday night. The Razorbacks won their third staight, game of the year by beating Nebraska in the opener of the Big Six tournament at Kansas City last weekend but then suffered a 53-52 setback at the b.-inds of Kansas and were upset, 56-41, by Kansas State. Southern Methodist, the only othcl ' Southwest Conference ' pai ' l ' clag ' SPORTS ROUNDUP my :"ul ff ri rrlnH* .ure at- However, whether tentions may be regarded* as "attacks" or merely as disclosures and interpretations of truthful information, this will not be my last discus Anti-r YOUTH BED WITH MATTRESS for sale, good as new. Can be seen at 316 South Walnut St. 13-3t tained in this way. The non - sectarian Anti - Nazi SMALL ELECRIC WASHER, LA- dies fur coat and other suits. Phone 488. 315 North Pine St. 13-6t League has absolutely no standing as an official agency of any branch of the government nor does it present itself to the public as a secret police or detective agency. It operates in the Guise of a group opposed to Hitlerian and similar GET YOUR RED, BLACK AND Chilli peppers Store. at Monts Seed 14-7t ONE LARGE MOSLER SAFE FOR sale. See Briant & Co. 14-3t WESTERN SADDLE, PRACTICAL- ly new, ideal for Christmas present. Newt Pentecost. Phone 215-W. . . 16-3t methods through of secret terrorism methods amounting to moral and political blackmail. In the Atlanta case, nevertheless, its -It AM*! New York, Dec. 10 —(/P)— Com-1 missioner Bert Bell of Ihc National Football League claims thai most of the money lost in pro :"ootball is lost after Nov. 15 — and we can see where there wouldn't have been so much dough made on yesterday's playoff if most of the advance sale hadn't taken place early in the week when the weather was warm . . . Bert's theory is that almost any club can break even early in the season, but - once a team is out of the race and vhe weather becomes uncertain, the cus tomcrs stay away in large /lumbers — it must have been November all this fall in Miami — Carl Rebele and Harry Ilobb, the spare of- 5) M walked off with the title. The Mustangs hadn'l won in three starts prior to the tourney. Monday/ December 16, 1946 Bears Capture Pro Title by 24-14 Score i By CARL LUNDQUIST Now York, Dec. 10 — (UPl ~ Neither the-Chicago Bears nor the Now York Giants were satisfied today with the 2<t to 14 Bear victory' yesterday which gave the "Monsters of the Midway' 'their fifth National Football League championship. As the game was played, the Bears won decisively, showing more power and precision in every, department, and in normal condi-i> tions it would have been a gratifying revenge for the 14 io 0 beating, the Giants eave the Bears in regular-season play. But it wasn't played under normal conditions; the shndow of an attempted "fix" of the game bj gamblers hung over the packed Polo Grounds, and -ihc Giants were without the services of Merl Hapes, The Texas Longhorns, with :'ive straight victories, remained the only undefeated team in the Southwest circuit today. Last week's results: Rice 55; Loyola (New Orleans') 53 . Texas A. & M. 52; Sienna College 47. TCU 39 hard-running back who was clared ineligible because of his part in the would-be coup. Hapcs was innocent of bribe-taking, but,"" NFL Commissioner Bert Bell sus- v pcndccl him because he had been approached directly by Alvin Paris, the gambler who admitted he tried to "fix" the game. Frank Filuhock, the Giants' ace passer, also was directly ap- L.oyia (unicagoi -in; n~u on . . H«—».•, "•••" ••••- "•-,.••' ,'' Continental Airlines (Denver) 43; proachcd, according to police who CMTT d) took Paris confession,, but he was OlV-l U tit __ __ _ _ _11__..,_tJ__ -. 1 __ .- T T - _1 : _1 ., ..4 1. 1 ... ... ficials who merely 'observed' 1he Bessarabian, or possibly Baltic, accent about Mr. Lipschutz he said Lipschutz was the treasurer. This is true notwithstanding my informant's warning that he was giving me false answers. But when I asked him if Lipschutz were a citizen of the United States he said "I couldn't tell you," which I believe really was a ialse answer. I believe my informant, or misinformant, know that Lipschutz had applied for citizenship, but, tor some reason satisfactory to the government, has not been allowed to become a citizen. The records of the United States district court show that Lipschutz the officials who worked got cxacl- ly twice as much. o . - - ' . _- _ •, . UliJblll,!. V.UII1I. .JHU W LI IH 1, l_li IJO l_l IVI Li. agents boastfully told of their canle here on lhe Normandie in cleverness in worming their way into private group. The i FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 12-3t Columbians may prove to have by the authorized police of Atlanta used illegal methods to obtain illegal results, but in. any case, they should have been investigated by the authorized police of Atlanta or the state of Georgia or by the GET YOUR SKIPPER COM- pound, Liquid meat smoke, Monts Sugar Cure, and Sausage seasoning at Monts Seed Store. F. B. I. The non - sectarian Anti - Nr.zi League has no more right to employ the methods that it did employ against the Columbians than May, 1938. In his declaration of jn- tention to become a citizen, Oct. 31, 1938, Lipschutz said he was a diamond cutter and an importer of diamonds. His last foreign residence was in Antwerp. He i'iled Monday Matinee Wonder if there's anything to the story that Biggie Muhn is being groomed to succeed Fritz Chrislcr as Michigan coach when Fritz becomes a iiill-timc athletic director and lhat Mnhn only look the Syr.'i- cuso and Michigan Stale jobs to ™ain exDericnceV ilaru figure cycle: George Trautman, who resigned xhe American Association presidency to become general manager of the Tigers, quit Detroit to be head-man of minor league baseball. Billy Evans, who refused to be considered as minor league boss, resigned as president of the Southern Association to take the job Trautman left at Detroit . . . the Si .lohn's U. Senators Want Change in Election Laws Little Rock, Dec. 1G —W)— Senators-elect attending an organization meeting here yesterday in adavnec of the 1!M7 general assembly indicated approval of proposed revisions in Arkansas' election laws. . Informal backing was voiced lor these proposals: (1) Simplification of the ballot so- electors would vote for instead of against candidates and initialed and referred me.-isurcs; (2l Repeal of the current poll tax assessment to permit qualified citizens to obtain poll tax receipts directly from the county collectors upon payment of the $1 lee; (3) A requirement that election officials begin counting votes with in 30 minutes after the polls close and continue tabulations until al rcturs are counted and deliverec to the couty clerk; (4) Repeal of the 1945 law sep arating state and federal demo cratic primaries, which was dc signed to prohibit Negroes from voting in state contests. Twenty-nine of the 35 senators- elect attended the meeting and selected former State Senior .Uimes Snoddy of Mulbey as 1947 Senate secretary. Other Senate employes will be named by a rive-man efficiency committee from ihc upper house. Baylor 73-73; North Texas State 14-41. Texas A. & M. <y., Tcaehcrs 55. 59; Morehcad, esi- job Trautman his |->;.•<- M^iium petition for naturalization on Aug. basketball ace, has a kid brother, 22 ,1944, but further investigation CAFE. DOING NICE BUSINESS, good location, priced to sell. Apply at 720 West Third or call 873. 16-3t Wanted TNEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- f tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm Services Offered ' 'TOR 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 INTERNATIONAL H TRACTOR with 3 disk plows, disc harrow and planters, fertilizer distributor and cultivator. See Charlie Baker at Foster-Ellis. 16-lt NICE BEDROOM SUITE, $65. Springs, $7.50, Spotless innerspring mattrestx, $17.50. Roll-away bed, gas heater $2.50 up. Gate- 16-2w j it has to do the same thing to the masons, the Knights of Columbus, to any innocent, law - abiding family or any business organization. Nevertheless, it may be doing just that. The public can't know what it is doing, because it is a privately operated secret service. The active director of the non-sectarian Anti-Nazi League is James H. Sheldon, of New York, known as "Doctor" Sheldon. He was listed as a member of the national committee, of the American committee :'or struggle against war, an immediate forerunner of the Amer- leg table, kitchen cabinet, wash-i»can League against war and Fasing machine, tubs, electric man- cism, which the Dies Committee gel, ice box, other bargains. Must classified as a Communist zront in sell everything. Tom Carrel * u " "-""> *'--*-- ^ -« -* apartment house, opposite Hope by the government has been proceeding and the naturalization record of Lipschutz is now "a foot thick." In most cases there are no delays beyond, those incidental io routine and the files of data are slim. Any citizen of Atlanta, or any other citizen, still has a right to intervene legally and oppose his naturalization. After I had asked the man with the accent whether Litschutz were a citizen and he had answered "I couldn't tell you," he asked mo, "are you " "Yes,' I said. "A native. Are you a citizen?' "I am an African," he said. "An Abyssinian." And when I asked his name he answered in gibberish, which may have been his name, at that. An American ear easily mighl have had trouble with his name, even Police Station. 16-6t For Rent /.•LET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD mattresses or make nev? ones. Phone 229-J. Cobb's Mattress sand, gravel'and dirt. Call 138. 30-2w 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 Wonted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61 23-2mo THREE ROOMS FURNISHED for light housekeeping, near Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 12-3t ONE LARGE- UNFURNISHED room, light housekeeping. Couple the United States. One purpose of this league was to stop the manufacture of munitions and other materials for war, by violent methods. It does not appear that Sheldon himself -is or ever was a Communist. But, like many others, he has become an inverterate committeeman and executive director of "activities." The president of the league is Herman Hoffman and the treasurer is Isidore Lipschutz. Lipschutz or B rta 600 wS T 4th St. Phone is ft .refugee diamond broker from * " -- "•' ' i6-3t Wanted to Buy ONE OR TWO FIRST CLASS bird dots, Describe fully. J. L. Moon, Bossier, Louisiana. 1G-H Lost FOURJ NO. 4 RATION BOOKS. 3, Hope. . n to W. P. Campbell, Route 16-3t Hfe. "P, SILVER IDENTIFICATION bracelet, engraved with Polly Anna. Reward offered. Contact Wesson Millinery. 16-3t For Sale or Trade VISIT OUR NEW AND COMPLETE RECORD SHOP Records and Albums for every age and taste. MAKE THIS A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Sihsp early. The perfect Gift awaits you at CQB&-TOOLEY RADIO CO Radio, Phonographs and Radio Service 1942 DODGE IVi TON TRUCK, long wheel base, new tires and motor. Large back end. Also 1936 Chevrolet. Esso Service Station. Errimet. ll-6t 1941 SPECIAL DELUXE CHEVRO- Texns 46; Continental Airlines 34. Murray. Ky., Teachers -H) ;Texas A. & Ml '1C. Bradley Tech 91; Texas A. & M. 63. SMU 50: Missouri 53. Arkansas 57; Nebraska 46. St. Louis U. 1)7; Texas A. & M. 42. Tulane -13; Bnylor 40. North Texas State 50 ;TUC 42. SMU 46; Kansas State 30. Kansas 53: Arkansas 52. Kentucky K3; Texas A. & M. IS. Louisiana State (il: Baylor 34. Texas 52: Cnnisus '16. Depaul 41!; Rice 44. Kansas State 56; Arkansas 41. SMU 49; Kansas 46. This week's games: Monday — Rice vs. Marquctlc at Milwaukee. Tuesday — Texas vs. Long Island at New York, Arkansas vs. NYU at New York. Thursday — Texas vs. Depaul at Chicago, TCU vs. North Texas State at Fort Worth. Friday — Baylor vs. Eastern Kentucky Teachers at Louisville, Ky., Rice and Texas A. & M. playing in all-college tournament at Houston. Saturday — Arkansas vs. St. Joseph's College at Philadelphia, Baylor vs. Cincinnati at Cincinnati. allowed to play. He did everything a football plavcr can do toward winning a game, but it wasn't enough. The Giants were sullen and depressed before the game, and ihei^ their feelings scorned to turn to nervousness as they trolled onto the field before 5t!,:t2(i fans. They fumbled several times in the early part of the game before regaining their professional aplomb, and one of those fumbles cost them a touchdown. George Fr.'.inck bobbled on his own 34- yard-linc. and two plays later Sid Luckman passed 21 yards to Hugh Gallarneau i'or a touchdown. Less than live . minutes of elapsed. •o- play had The plateau at the South Pole is i!,500 feet above sea level. -o- 01. Jonn's prep who is considered a red-hot prospect . . . Word from the South says that sometime in January Georgia's Charley Trippi will accept a sizeable chunk of cash to sign a pro baseball contract. The Braves had better get his name on the line before the bonus restrictions go in— they say Charley can't hit to left. o Dots All, Brothers During the regular season, National Football League teams averaged 160 plays per game. And Statistician Shorty Ray, who once figured out how many seconds were lost by using an official with a game knee, says moving the in- bouncls spots to 20 yards j!rom the sidelines increased the percentage of pass completions from 42 to an even 50 percent. Refrigerator ^REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service MAILMAN DEAD TIRED Evanston, 111., Dec. 13 —(/P) — Two police squads, an ambulance, iind inhalator were sent to Mrs. Anna Ekstrand's home after she telephoned Sgt. Edgar Fellows. "It's my son, Carl," she cried. 'I've been shaking him and can't wake him.' Carl, 29, stretched out in bed, appeared lifeless. Police applied artificial respiration and then a whiff of oxvgen. Finally Ekstrand, who is a letter carrier, sat up, eyed the activities and said sleepily: "Cant you let a fellow sleep? I'm dead tired, Ma, wallun' and carry- in' all that Christmas mail." Razorbacks Start Preparing for Cotton Bowl Fayettevillo, Dec. 16 — (/P)— Full scale Cotton Bowl preparation was started today by the Arkansas Ra- x.orbacks, with a study of Louisiana State University's offense the first item on (lie practice docket. In last week's drills, most of them conducted in the fieldhouse due to unfavorable weather, were devoted to running laps and taking exercises and the squad is in top physical condition for the rough work ahead. The closest the South Pole may be approached by sea is 700 miles. HARRY SEGNAR PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs PHONE 382-J 1023 South Main Street Belgium who appears to be either a rich man in his own right or to nave large financial backing. The day after the news of the league's coup in Atlanta, I telephoned the office of the league in New York to ask information. A woman who answered the phone asked me to wait a minute and, after a little more delay than seemed necessary to refer a call, and sufficient delay to permit a tracer to start checking my number, which was all right with me, a man's voice answered. He spoke in a thick diale&t. I mention this fact ior its own sake and because John Roy Carlson, the Levantine sneak who writes boastful books about his success in crawling intq, political groups which are about as difficult to enter as the subway, often notes that dangerous and sinister "Fascist" enemies of "Democracy" speak in "heavy gutter;}! accents" and pronounce "Ameri- if he had spelled it out. Such is the experience of one loyal, native citizen of the United States in an honest approach, without jimmying, wire-tapping or pilfering, to this private espionage system, operating under the iinan- cial administration, possibly with the financial support, of Mr. Lipschutz, the Antwerp diamond broker. E. E. Andrews, the solicitor general of Georgia, may feel pleased with the momentary and noisy results of his collaboration with the non-sectarian Anti-Nazi League. In that collaboration, however, the state has given official recogni on to an organization no less sec etivc ' than the Columbians arid nuch more efficient and, therefore nore dangerous to the peace, pedom, privacy and dignity of the itizens of Georgia and all the ther states. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) It No Answer Phone 3158-R ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J let Good condition. See Tracy Mullins at 524 V/est Division 13-3t Notice ROSSTON-CAMDEN BUS SCHE dule. Leave Hotel Snyker at 8:1! a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. 10-Gt I HAVE OPENED THE FORMER Carl Reese florists and have just received a shipment o shrubs. Clifton Booth, Phone 29-J-3. 14-3 MY PIANO TO BE REPOSSESSED Party can have by taking up my payments. John Miller, Genera' Delivery. 11-3 Male Help Wanted WANTED, ASSISTANT BOOK keeper, general office work. Ap plications strictly confidential Give full details as to experienc and salary expected. Write Bo: 98, Hope, Arkansas. 7-t Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED, at Hotel Barlow. APPL^i , 14-3 CALL 119 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. 3rd St. Phone 119 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) For $ A f\f\ Only *r.WV Additional Cards $3.00 Doz. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana 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. 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[C&eanwhile, in the private apart" | merit of the owner of a place called the Blue Pavilion... HE S ON THE DANGER LIST, VIC. HE WAS STRUCK BY A CAR. HE KEEPS CALLING FOR YOU.' VIC FLINT MUST \/ YOU TALK\ THIUK THE WORLD Y AGAIN OF OF THIS TACKY THOMAS.I THE "FLYING IT SAYS HERE THAT IN \DEATH," CON THE EVENT OF RECOVERY\TH£ SEAL?/ THE KID MAY BE PARftLY2tD.>, ^rt*faS MAYBE WE CAN DO BUSINESS THERE, EH, CHILI? IT WOULD BE A SHAME, CON THE SEAL, SHOULD THE BOY DIE AND DEPRIVE YOU OF A CUSTOMER FOR YOUR BOOTLEGGED DRUGS.' AND FOR THE LAST TIME, REMEftV H BER I AM NO LONGER ^CALLED CHILI SEQUIN/> WASH TUBBS by Leslie I urner GOOD MORNING. . ! WE'RE \ SOU COME IN CONDUCTING SURVEV HOUSEWIVES ON THE SUBJECT OF WifSN'S PLACE IN THE KITCHEN YOUR NWKBi \m IARS.WASHINGTONTUBBS. PUEA.SE*. fcND \tM HUSBNND'S \N\TH NScKEE THE NKTURE OF ) INDUSTRIES, IN THE OFFICE VOUR HUSBAND'S / OF IAV FMHERi 3.P. ~ BUSINESS ?. ViELL, WELL 1 . TH 1 PWJ&HTER-X VMM 1 . SO SHE ISf OF WR.IA'KK! FUNNV THINS..A IN TOWN'. Df-DDY ; upfcRft (K GUEST W THE I WftS MENTIONING- HOTEL ^ON-ER-OtSCOSS- HER LAST NIGHT'. ING HIN\ THIS MORNING— ,& COUNTESS 01 SANZINI! s W^SHJUU PLANTS n\s - iTBlTOF INFORMATION. DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney FUNNY BUSINESS "They aren't really much help, but my new book on child psychology says if we le.t them do things themselves, "they'll reach maturity faster!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser By Hershberacr YOU'LL, LIKE ir/ WHAT } JUST A FEW 1 /•IE EXPERIMENTS THESE i / IN ABSTRACT . ME.. / PAINTING, LARO/ FROST/ / SOMETIMES I ~IYTHE MODERN $ ALL. f?l<3HT, PON/V-P... C'MON! HENRY By Carl Anderson . StBVia. INC T. M. BEG. U. t f AT. OFF. . "We bought an old barn and remodeled it, but they refuse L to give up 1" POPEYE HIS IS CALLED "SUMMEFf. BREEZE-- ,\ /"^.-v- COMStDER. IT My BEST ABSTRACT EFFORT// j ^gA } Ilihsh^-.^ '"*;^ill \, YE5-HENRY-I'LL MEET YOU AT OAK AND ELM AT THREE O'CLOCK - --BUT DON'T BE A MINUTE LATE, OR YOU'LL BE SORRY! (f&m % -^ t K.COPR. ia46'BY i NEyseRVICE, INC. T. M. RIO. U. S. PAT. JIFF. ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin j Thimble Theater BOTH ME MILLYUN DOLLARS ARE SAFE. I WILL CHECH THE CHART, • AN' SEE IF WE COURSE PLJRIN' ALL'A POSING AS A COUPLE OF TOUGH UOMBRE5 FOP FISH AND THE Wltp WEST VM-T/M&WACH SEEKING THE LOOT OF THE GULCH STAGE HOLD- BETTEP MIND THE SHERIFF,POR BOOTS By Edgar Martin OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople wr. ABOUT ^^^S^^f HEAVJEU6.' &\T THAT NOBLE: | IBM VVIEB- )/Z^~~^ —^^>> FO^U?-~ EGAD/ OME= OF ITS ^ FOOTED />TTHACT BIRD ^^ ANCESTORS CON&OLED THE SCOTS 06TRICU \€ UOOK6 TOUGH\QUEEM MPsRSARCT FOUR CEiWURlES YOU'Re <^ EMOUSH TO % A60 \MU\U= SHE VvJWTED VAINLY JIMS ^\i NNEAR A MftM'S \ FOR KlMS SfttAES IV /t-POOR 16 THKvM CHINA RI&UT ) JAI^ES/ 6UMN lMTHE BLOODY VOf m DOV^M TO ff BATTUE OF FLODPEM.' -~ I'D <\ THE &M&! )':7 AS 600bi EAT ^ DESCENJDA^T OF PAUU RE^eRE'S HORSE/ DIMMER '? * 0 'i:l It -, m MLV TRE^ / WHAT ARE^i / YOU POIWG I UP IN THAT A. FILTHY R«T i HOLE? A / vJIS POIM 1 A LITTLE CHECKIN' UP TO SEE IF AMY OF YOU PEOPLE \ HAVE BEEM SWOOPIM' s~. INTO MY CHRISTNAA^ " PRESENTS.' • ••:(•:' WHY MOTHERS GET GRAV I -VR\EQ TO t\U<=,H HER UP BOOTS, BUT Wt'S SPRtPlD TH\<5 f OR. OURStWES J ROD TOV.O DUD RX V^^H HI KNO^ VOUR OtHR. NtV&WSoR TtSPTC We. FROtA By Fred Hormon VJHEM RIPE.PS. 1-5 HAUlEO frt DAVE -\^D 1KIUM MANX, VSLtlO . "ON'1>vlVE5 TO CO.'\K to THt RHSCLiE ^ I2.-/6 DIPN V 'I A\M 1C" r\IX VlHAVi WH1 l'/*\ ll'INANE51ERW,\R../ HERE, •• i^s ju-ii .-A D& LOiT ;AIUE IUN1INS -S **-, 1O.3!

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