Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 23, 1946 · Page 5
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HAS BEEN IN THAT COffW U NIGHT !., AN' ANOTHER THING, WONOE WHV THEM LITTLE HOLES 1$ BORED AL AKOLW TH' BOTTOM ^ A \ AS-LOW OH TKC *!>•> ?*A \ r.' \ s-u i-t.-» iii^ Side Glcnces By Galbraith BECOLLECT TAMGUN' WTO MY MOUMTAIN IN THAT CDMT&XPTTON SOJECHY CAU.S AM AIRVPLANE? WHV BLESS M5.YOU WAS COIP A5 A **. SALMON .'WHEN I a c. .— YOU SAIP THEN HE—^euA. MEAN, I'VE FOl/NP TH6M...HEWE? RUN AND GET V THE BANDAGES- DOPEY/ (HAT'LL STOP YOUR TEASING / •COPR. 1M« 31 KEA SERVICE IflC. T. M RED. U. S. PAT. Off • ''Be sure to tell Ann! Sadio we built this house to get a - ... rf / ... •. i i » larger _livin« room, .bul^vc'rc still cramped for bqdroom emilgll TO w lie a OQQK... FreckSes and Has Friends;-' By BSosser By Hershberger 'f. Fu'nsvy Business J- HAVE A FEELIMG 1 <MO\V VVMO'S OFF WITH TMAT SMEET ! OMPEiSNEATH- THAT SHEET! I FRECKLE'S IS TRVIM& JO ! TAKE ADVAMTAG-E OF / DADDY, i MV9ENSE.OF HUMOii// DON'T-6LOW ^ • ' LA \lr\\.\r> \\nfZI THIS IS ONE . . 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ME OFF we JAMES eovs 36SSE STICK 'EM UP BSFOR.E: X SPRfW VOU WITH THIS • v^ciii W YOU3 FOKNAER ^Sf<:/ COOK HAD A HEART ATTACK ,TOO —I'VE JUST CC.v.t FROM T>itRE--MOW VOU'LL HAVE; TO QUIT ALL TOEA^CO LIQUOK, LOSING -rOLJH TEMPER., OVER MATTERS / THET'S HOW TH 1 I COOK. GOT IT-HIS Y VJIFE MADE HIM KGurr HE DOW'T EVEM S GIT MO PAY NOW/ > /irlrf?fc^i l(iJ«iV/lfc^i6, ^GGS PAli^V'S.D' ; "\l ' l^SICE Or CF.IJ CR-NDl-£ Wi'-l ";-i,: roiOR'ip CSLUE AM" KOW I'LL 1ELL RE ' THE •DUCHE NMESTED IK4 ' HERE'S ANITA' HOPE 1V\ NOT TOO UMS TO STOP r iRv^^- -^ . COMPLICATIONS ~ ^^y^,' r HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS/ . AMU, A'' 8 ^' 81 B e In Office Dny Before Publication • All Want Ads Cash In Advance . Not Taken Over tha.Phohft Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" Real Estate for Sale ALL MOD. convenii'iie'cs,-- fruit trees, >fc*.j nr *{e barn, chlckenhousc, smoker House nnd well house. In acres. { Attractively priced. Owner leav- _HigJown. Phono 2fi-,T-3. 17-Ot C'-.KOOM BniCKT~TWO LOTS well located, close to shopping center. C. D. Tyler, 119 CottoH Row. - WHITE QIRL OR WOMAN FOR housekeeping and cooking, Experience preferred. Excellent salary, plus board and •room with private bath P. O. Box 24!i4 Dallas 1, Texas. 18-01 ___ 4 ROOM PRACTICALLY NEW modern cottn;;e, nicely carpeted and other .floor coverings all j'o wilh the building. 1308 West Ave. B. Must he seen to be -iipprecial- .C- B. Tyler. ___ 21-31: ACRES ON GRAVELED STATIC highway. Three houses and a barn all for S27!i().UO on SilOOO cash balance and .S200 per year _C.J3 L Tyler. ______ ^ 21-31 80 ACRES,"" SMALL~s7fACK~ON highway, subject to .offer. See C. B. Tyler. ___ 21-31 160 ACRES HALF BLACK, HALF dirt land, well improved, near paved highway G7. Reasonable ONE ALL1S CHALMERS MODEL K Caterpillar. Floyd Portcrfield. 12-lf DIAMOND RING, % CARAT. FINE stone, beautiful setting. At sacrifice. 212 Mcllae street. 22-31 9'!0 CHEVROLET, SPECIAL DE~- luxe sedan, four good tiros, extra good condition. See Jo Johnson Jr., Columbus. Call Columbus operator. • , ia-6t FOR LAND AT $0 PER~ ACRE~ sec C. B. Tyler. 21-3t SIX ROOM HOUSE AND 4 LOTS at 002 N. Hervey. John Price. ___ __ 21-6t 30 ACRES, 3 MILES EAST, NICE 5 Room house, built in cabinets and lights. Running water, young orchard, hog pasture, plenty of barn room. Immediate Possession, $3250. ACRES, 5 MILES OUT 20 HIGH- way, '2 nice 5 room homes, Lights 37 acres in cultivation, 2 acres in limber. Almost immediate possession. $3,500. 20 ACRES. 3 ROOM HOUSE, lights and good barn. 6 miles out on Highway 29. $1,250. MANY OTHER FARMS 40 to 1000 acres, See Riley Lewallen. 23-3t ONE 2Vb BAIN WAGON IN GOOD condition. ,See J. L. Beckharn. Hope, .Route 1. • 21-31 ilX REGISTERED LITTLE BONE Poland China pigs. $15 each. Jim Martin at: George Ann Peach Orchard. Prescolt. III. 4. 22-31 27 FOOT HOUSE TRAILOR, GOOD condition, four good tires Apply Mac's Camp. Highway 07 west. 22-Gt Wanted SMALL. FARM, MUST HAVE house, have own equipment VC. Cook, Hope, Route 4. IG-Gt Notjce. CATTLEMEN GET RID OF THE Catlle Grub in your cows back Monls Seed Slore. 10-2w SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and .better bargains. Phono 476. 14-1 m Y*- V* - ELECTRIC MOTORS & 1 H. P. Also a StocK.of Used Motors LIGHT FIXTURES — ~ APPLIANCE REPAIRS — ' — MOTOR REWINDING — General Wiring Contractors Doug (PITY Carl Bacon WB I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope Loe x s Tourist Cafe-Gourt Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish • Sandwiches »Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight ' Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits a. Highway 67 West HopeBuilders Supply Co. Paint Lumber Glass Lime Cement Plywood Roofing Nails — For Wall Paper Insulation Board Plumbing Supplies Fencing Windows Builders' Hardware Female Help Wanted For Sale WOO BALES GDASS- HAY. BOc per hale. Delivered in 100 bale lota. W. H. Burke, Hope, Rt. 3. <J-lm ONE NEW PORTABLE SPRAY Paint Gun, Zenith radio, Jones Maytag Sales and Service. Phone 209. 304 Enst 2nd St. 18-Gt .934 FOKD, CHEAP. SEE ,1 F Reed, 404 South Greening street ' H)-3t 'WO WHEEL HOUSE TRAILOR. 18 feet long, $200. Two miles We'st-on old Highway C7. Leslie Terry. . 2 l-6t Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. Page Five 00 CHICK AUTOMATIC GAS brooder. J. O. Luck, Phone 31- W-12. 22-31 ONE WHEEL TRAILOR WITH EX- tra lire, double hitch. Phone 050-W. 22-3t COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURN?- shings including Tappan range. Apply 122 West Ave. C. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Compton. 23-Ot Services Offered REGISTERED SPENCER COR- seliere, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Dozier, 318 North Elm St. Hope, Ark. Phone 144-J. 28-lm FOR PAINTING AND PAPER Hanging. Phone 567-R. W. N' Wilson. i7.ot AVON PRODUCTS FOR SALE BY Representative, Mrs. Sam. Beits, Phone 1060-J. 21-61 Wanted to Buy I WANT TOiBUY A 194041 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams,. 106 South Walnut'Street Phone (J60: 17-tf For Rent FRONT BEDROOM FURNISHED to working couple. 100 West Ave G - 22-31 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. PRI- vatc balh. Kitchen sink. 421 North Hervey. 22-31 Wonted to Rent FIVE OR SIX ROOM UNFURN- ished house lo rent. Mrs. Clau.le McConnell, .phone 988-J. iG-Ot Help Wanted EXPERIENCED COLORED COOK $10.00 per week, Apply in person. 21G South Hervey. 2y-3t FAST STEPPERS New Albany, Ind. — (fP) —A sign on Ihe. courthouse lawn boasts lhal this Ohio River city of more lhan 25,000 population hasn't had a traffic futalily since April 15, 1944 BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. SPRAY PAINTING KEMTONING done the SPRAY WAY LUM RATELIFF Phone 180.W 518 W. Div. Hope, Ark. Wanted! TELEPHONE All Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS,ARK. Washington, Jan. 22 — In two recent speeches, J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has identified Communism mid the activities of the American Communists as a moral and social menace, unusually vehement expressions from him, and an indication that the immunity which the Communists enjoy under the patronage of Franklin D. <and Eleanor Roosevelt no longer exists. Dining Mr. Roosevelt's presidency, with the exception of that brief time when Stalin and Hitler wcrp iillics against Poland, the foul aggressor, the American Communists and their fellosv-travelers were regarded as victims of error who nevertheless had a right to work for the violent overthrow of the American government by such "constiUi- lional" means as sabotage, permeation of the Washington government, and persecution of employers and rank and file workers through the Labor Relations Board, which Ihcy infe.stecl and dominated. At the meeting of the international association of chiefs of police in Miami Beach, Mr. Hoover did recognize the existence of a postwar crime-wave which police officials of the waning LaGuardia ad- minislrnlion in New York nevertheless denied even in the presence of such an outburst of murderous thuggery thai the law-abiding went down lo Ihe corner after dark only in peril of death. The press coverage of the Miami jpeech generally seems lo have neglected, whether from innocent reasons or the design of motivaled leftish reporters and desk-men, to give due emphasis to his discussion of the Communists. Of them he said: "Those pandercrs of diabolic mistrust already are concentrating their efforts lo confuse and divide by applying Ihe Fascist smear to police department's, the F. B. I and other American institutions to conceal their own sinister purposes. The GoeloKs, truthless way of life thai they would force on America can mean only liyanny and oppression. They arc against the liberty which is America. When they raise the cry ol unity, remember that there can be no unity with the enemies of our way of life. The Fascist-minded tyrant is no different from Iho American Communistic corruptionisl who' uses the Iricks of Ihe confidence man until his forces arc sufficiently strong to rise with arms in revolt." Mr. Hoover plainly was referring to the Communists of the unions who dominate many large unils of the CIO and, in colloboration with reckless and stupid non-Communist bosses of A. F. of L. units have .actually established, in almost all tests of power, the-right lo riol and intimidate by chains and clubs American citizens bound on lawful errands at struck premises. He reminded the chiefs of police that "our first line of defense" is Ihe cop on the corner, who, in Stamford, Conn., and Kearny, N J in recent weeks flinched in the presence of mobs and refused to uphold the citizens' rights. These, be it remembered, were not strikebreakers, although the cilizen docs have a right to accept a job that a striker has quit and a right to police protection. "It behooves us," Mr. Hoover said, "to be on guard for an enemy that brazenly has advocated the corruption of America, that poses behind n dozen fronts, thai squirms his way inlo those great American forces such as the church, the schools and Ihe ranks of labor." In Ihe oilier address, on receiving Ihe champion's award of the Catholic youth organization in New i ork, Mr. Hoover observed that during tho war "arrests for prostitution increased 375 per cent, foi disorderly conduct 357 per cent and for drunkenness and driving while intoxicated 174 per cent among girls under 18 years." While he did not at this point charge the Communists with blame for these figures, his citations recalled the revelations of Benjamin Gitlow, the predecessor of Earl Browder in command of the Com- munisl Conspiracy who wrote in his confesses thai Ihe debauchery of young girls was a primary purpose ot the Communist youth movement and a personal delight of the male Communist conspirators . By his admission, Hoover's figures woulc be a comfort and mark an unearned gain for Ihe Communist cause hecallmg that youth has evei been a revolutionary force and Hit lers exploitation of German youth Hoover said: "In our country we nave seen another youth move inent arise. It still flourishes. 1 re ler lo lhal high-sounding, idealistic title, 'American Youth for De- cvils and corruption of Commun mocracy.' Which conceals the evils and corruption of Communism. Die name is a new one for the Young Communist League." This is a true descendant of the very same youth movement to winch Mrs. Roosevelt ofien gave solace and encouragement. Quietly in those days, the FB t was calling on the Dies Committee lor iaolual information regarding Communist activities and Mi- Hoover certainly has a much great er knowledge of this conspiracy and abhorrence for the corrpulion than he revealed publicly while the organization thrived under White House patronage. His present de nunciations speak for themselve 1 and by way of interpretation il ii tempting to conclude that undei Mr. Truman he is no longer obligee to refrain from attacking lliese late protegees of lift- Roosevelt house hold and government. -o— Benzine is a distilled colorles liquid made from crude petroleum Hope Bobcatis Lose 17-16 to Texarkana The Hope Bobcats, were beaten last night, Tuesday, in n close game with the Texarkona Razorbacks, played, in Texarkana. Gar- iett was high scorer for Hope with 7 -points. A neon sign indicating the position of the baskets at (he Arkansas armory would have given valuable assistance to both Hope and Tox- arkana as they plnyecl a "baseball" score cage game which Hie Razorbacks barely won, 17-1G. A narrow fourth-quarter battle when the lead shifted to and fro kept a crowd of 400 on their toes. The Hogs entered Ihe final period witli a one-point lear, 13-12. Fleet Jack Parker overlook dribbling Clarence Garrett and stopped Garrett's attempted crip shot, but Guard Jack \Vells made good on a free toss to lie the score and Garroll crashed in one of two gratis pitches to give Hope a lend by one point. Substitute Robert Beeson flipped in a two-pointer from near the foul line and Gray Eargle look a rebound and added-two more to provide Tcxarknnu with a thrce- Qint margin. Dennis Cheshier, normally a scor- rig player, was as cold as a tur- ey iii the box throughout the game iut wilh time breathing down his oolc, he ringed in two poinls and he game was back on a neck-and- leck basis. Texarkana slalled long -nough lo win. Coach Joe Dildy kept two and hree guards wrapped around Arkansas' leading scorer, Earglc, but he lean center managed to cage levon points and tie Garrett for coring honors. Texarkana won the "B" game, IG-1G, with Lindy Stokes-(11 points) ind Jimmy Carroll (8) setting the 53CO. Box Score: Bobcats larrctt, F iough, F Iheshire, F Brannan, F Valtcrs, C Vtc'Cullough, C kVells, G For PHOTOGRAPHS in your home Phone 493 COLUN BAILEY Harry Segnor, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J FG. FT. PF. TP. 3127 0 0 0 0 3 3 Vtullins, G 0 Totals Razorbacks 'arker. F Cornish. F -larris, F 3eeson, F Sargle. C Thomasson, C Wren, G : Young, G Mayo, G n IG FG. FT. PF. TP. .. 1 2 4 4 .. 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 This Curious Wbrld By William Ferguson •—•"_••"" " ' I i__^^-"i_-^rj_-rj_r- "i • r.-.j- j -- • ••- -•*--- ^^ ...... *? _ Totals 7 2 9 17 Half-time score: Texarkana 11, rlope 5. Free throws missed: Texarkana —Earglo 4. Hope—Garrett 3, Cheshire 1, Walters 1, Wells, 2. Officials: Guest and Simmons. Washington DID NOT WEAR PA«NT * FOR THE PURPOSE OF- TERRIFVIN6 ..THEIR FOES, BUT AS CAMOUFIA61F, TO MAKE THEM , LESS CONSPICUOUS/ v CPPR. 1940 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. ,~~— •—T y. REG. U. S. PAT. Off. DDT NEW/ ' IT WAS DISCOVERED BY"' SCIENTISTS -M'ORE'THAN' x 7O "PEOPLE WHO MAKE THEIR MARK IN THE. WORLD CAN'T WRITE/' 'CURTIS w. SABROSKY, Louis-Conn Together , for Talks Pittsburgh, Jan. 23 —f/P)—Heavy- weight Champion Joe Louis got together with Contender .Billy Conn here for some strictly practical talk — the size of the gate for their June 19 title match, the size of their "cut" and the (Groan) size of their Louis income tax. was here • touring with Luis; Russell's band. Billy th ekid was taking lime off from his Hot Springs, Ark., training camp for a visit with his family. ' Disposing of the amenities, Conn got down to cases and asked Jde what he thought the gate would be nnd "how much will we get." "I don't know but it should be big, very big," Louis considered. "The last time I talked with Mike JaJcobs he told me they had over 10,000 tickets on order" for lij£ht. That's a lot of tickets Soldier Told CARNWAL By Dick Turner By JACK STINNETT Washington — Politics is a strange game. As members of the 79th Congress, reassembled for Ihe second session, their interest in resident Truman's year-of-decision speech and other recent utlerances was nol so much in the texls as n what the resident may be .rying lo dp in Ihe coming November elections and those of 1948. To an unbiased observer the efforts to put the finger on President Truman's • advisors are a little amusing. The boys who cover the White House day in and out and 'allow every pulse-beat from the ex icutive offices tell me Mr. Truman ias more "advisors" than -any President they have ever known. This may well be true. Look at he President's calling list for days m end and you will find that no Chief Executive, perhaps, has over islened to more people. The question-asking members of Congress apparently have over ooked the fact that more of their own colleagues have been White House visitors than probably in any other equal time. Five members of the Cabinet, which is almosl a record, are men who have had previous experience in Congress. Eighl of them, right or left, arc solid Democrats. Four of the Cabinet members are from .he south, if yovt.include Missouri's Bob Hannegan as being a sdutherh- er. From an advisory standpoint there isn't any reason why President Truman shouldn't liavo a Democratic Congress strictly on his side. Geographically, there hasn't been a President closer to the "Solid South" since/Tennessee's Andrew Johnson. Add to this the fact that il was supposed to have been the southern Democrats' acceptance of Truman that won him the vice-presidential nomination at Chicago in 1944. The total is that on the surface it's almost impossible to figure why Ihe President has not had smoother sailing with the legislative branch than any of his predecessors. Not only is he a graduate of a Democratic Congress, but he has drawn more of his Cabinet staff from Congress lhan only one or two before him have done. Why then, after less lhan a year in office, is he running into such difficulties? Why are some of his own party members tossing sharper barbs (at least off-lhe-record) than some leading members of the opposition? Why does he feel called upon to give his former congressional colleagues a verbal going- over and appeal to the public to prod them inlo action on the administration's legislative program? There are a number of answers to all three of these questions. But they all boil down to one of three things: (1) The President has his own ideas, formed with what advice he selects; (2 Congress has its own ideas, based on a couple of up-coming elections; (3) The voters ibis summer and fall and in 1948 will have their own ideas. Thai's the strange game of politics. '.'iM* OY ne.vaERVicE,.ii!c.T. M. RCOVU. S.PAT, o-r. "For heaven's sake, .don't discourage lu's dog laundry! It's the easiest way to keep him clean I"' the sold for five months before the fight." "It sure is," returned. Conn. "I hope Uncle Sam leaves us a little of that dough after he gets his, but I don't think so. You, and I can stick all we get' in one pocket, eh, Joe?" "Yeah, I've been reading where you're worried about your income tax," replied the champion. "It don't helo none to worry about it." "I'm nut tho only one worrying," shot back Billy. "Uncle will gel you for a pretty good--chunk; too, nd maybe leave you a few thousand." "I guess we .won't get much," conceded the Brown Bomber/ "but what we do get will be that much ipore than what we weren't get- ling while we were ,in Ihe army, Bill." . .".--' .-'Joe said he ,would, be through band touring January- 28 -and; will await orders from Jacobs on:when to start training. , V Billy said he would return to -Hot Springs sometime next week. As the two. parted, Billy re marked to a reporter: . "Joe's such a nice guy,'but I'll ave to whip him next June. I /ant that title." Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Salem. Mass. — Steve Kronis, 30, Boston, stopped Santiago Rivera, 134, Mexico City, (6). Los Angeles — Jimmy Bivins, !7, Cleveland, knocked out Johnny iaynes, 21G, Los Angeles, (2). By United Press New York (Broadway Arena) — •Jarva Esparza, 144 1-2, Mexico ^ity outpointed Cleo Shans, 137 1-2, Brawley, Cal., (10). Elizabeth, N. J. —Joe Curcio, 45, Newark, N. J:, outpointed laron Perry, 150, Washington, D. C., (10). Jersey City, N. J. -=- Frank Porda, 190, Jersey City, N; J., ou't- loinlecl Clif Koerkle, 184 3-4 ,Bay- hne, N. J., (10). New York — (Park Arena) — Vlaxie Berger, 148, New York, out- pointed Vince Lasalva, 148, Mount Vernon, N. Y., (8). Houston, Tex. — Steve Belloise, 58, New York, won'on"'a disquali- icalion from Paul Allman, 155, Houston, (4). Buffalo, N. Y. —Cowboy Reuben Shank, 157 3-4, Denver, knocked ut Mickey Doyle, 156 1-4, Hamil-' on, Ont., (5), o 'The United Slates gave its allies about $42 ; 000,000,000 in lend-lease 'oods and services. of Repeaters London, Jan. 22 — (fi>) — A defendant in the Lichfield court martial testified today that guards at the U. S. army concention camp were instructed to "beat hell" out of repeaters — prisoners who had been detained there previously, Corp. Ellis D. Adcock of Hot Springs, Ark., one 6f nine enlisted men and two officers charged with cruelty to American soldiers who were prisoners at the camp, told the court the repeaters were "beaten from five to 15 or 20 minutes," he added: "We were told to 'beat hell out of them,' and that meant to beat them until they could not get up from the floor, even though they were helped up." Adcock's testimony was given in the case of Sgt. Judson J. Smith of Cumberland, Ky. The defendants are being tried separately. Adcock testified that instructions that -men who returned to the camp were to be beaten to the floor came from Lt. Leonard 'W. Ennis of Peekskill, N. Y., another defendant. Describing other disciplinary Bf Inoh 1 FnUwtia. Jr. New York, Jan. 23 —(/P) — Get ready to brush off all the old gags about the rookie frqfn'Peoria . . . Sports Editor Ken .Jones, 'reporting on the swell summer prep baseball program operated there by Howard (Lefty Tyler' '• — with the support of high schools and business firms — adds tha'f two o£ the kids developed in the .Loop have been signed by major, league clubs. . . . . Dick Weik drew a bonus reported at $20,000 from. Washington and Rod (Lefty) Timm. : signed with the Browns. .. .End, Clyde .Grimeiislein ; was- Army's-.-.only major Iscliplastlc casualty ..aftiKu- i'th'e foottahll season, I5ufrfrom" tft£ - way folks talked at -West-.Point; lost fall Armory 59. Notre Dame C9; Marqueue 67. Ohio University 50; Marietta 29. Iowa Navy Preflight GO; Harlem Globe Troters - 27. Ft. Sheridan 51; Chicago Teachers 40. Central (Kas.) 44; Northern Oklahoma Junior College 34. Fort Riley 45; Kearney Nebr. AAF 33. Southern Illinois Normal 61; Southeast Missouri State 47. Warrensburg (Mo.) Teachers 56; Washburn U. (Kas.) 50; (overtime) Southeastern (Okla.) 57; Oklahoma Baptist U. 15 . Hutchinson (Kas.) Naval Air Station 63; Emporia Stale College 5G. Southwestern (Kas.) 1; McPherson 37. Southeastern (Okla.) Frosh 44; Murray State A. and M. 42. Southwest Hardin Junior College 51; North Texas Aggies 31. Baylor 59; Dallas Naval Air Station 52. Far West California 37; St. Mary's 14. University of Portland 49; College of Idaho 30. it was a serious loss . . . Notre Dame's Elmer Ripley is high on a 17-year-old basketball fowurd, Ray Corley, llrom Statcn Island but the kid lacks experience to displace the Irish regulars. Today's Guest Star Tommy Fitzgerald, Louisville Courier-Journal: "In a protest demonstration against Football Coach Bryant leaving the institution, Maryland students formed picket lines around the classrooms. Football players among the dem pnstrators, it is hoped, had no Difficulty finding the classrooms.' Basketball Results By The Associated Press EAST Sampson Navy 49; Scranton 39. Long Island U S2; American Airlines 41. SOUTH Washington College 50; University of Delaware 38. Alabama 45; Georgia 27. MIDWEST Crile Hospital 61; Hiram 41. Illinois Tecb. C2; Chicago Naval For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone .... 413 Night Phone . . . 1015-J We specialize in ... • Motor Rewinding • Repair all makes of Appliances f General Wiring Contractors WARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark Hans Kilian, who piloted the German bobsleds in the 1932 anc 19X winter Olympic games, anc Ernst and Maxi Baer, Olympic fig lire skating pair champions, have been placed on the blacklist of the American militai'y government a G a r m i s c h-Partenkirchen anc banned from competing there. Home Ruel Murry Ruel, special assistant to Baseball Commissioner Happj Chandler, has taken up his domicile in Fort Thomas, Ky., jusi across the river from Cincinnati That also is the current (no gag home • of Bill Bramham, assistaiv treasurer of the Reds and son o Minor League Boss W. B. Brain ham. Dots All, Brothers Possible the first standard bred Did you sciy they're hetre? Yes... tho NEW MAYTAGSS Complete Repairs and Paint Jobs on Washers and Bicycles. Prompt & Expert Service Visit Our New Store JON IS MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE Phone 209 304 East 2nd measures at the camp, Adcock said he had made one prisoner stand with his toes and .nose to a vVall from 9 a.m., until 6:30 p.m. "on instructions from Lt. Innes;" Hope Girls Win Over Fulton by Score of 31 to 14 : The'Hope girls basketball team scored a 31-14 victory over the Fulton girls team, Tuesday night in HolJe. The Hope score doubled that of Fulton at the half. Margie Lou May was high scorer for Hope and • Willie Mae Griffin for Fulton. PARSON'S DILEMMA • Seattle, Jan. 23 —(/P)— The weekly gift of a Seattle Civic Club for its £uest from the most distant city was a bottle of distilled spirits. At first, the leading — talit unwilling — contestant for the prize was a man who reluctantly introduced himself as Joel Harper, clergyman, from Spokane, Wasn. , To the intense relief of the minister, it developed that the club also was being visited by a man from Jefferson" City, Mo. o- The Bureau of Entomology has developed a new remedy to combat' the wool maggot without shearing the infested sheep. oal of 1946 is a chestmit colt by Dominion Grattan-Lucy Gano-borri Jan. 12'at E .G. Hayes" Dukuion, 11., stables . . . After the Sugar Bowl football game, someone asked he Giants' spherical. Steve Owen vhelher he'd rather have-Bob Fenmore or Herman Wedemeyer. 'I'll take them both," said Steve, 'I could run the oposition ragged vith those two." COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply DR. H. T. SHULL VETERINARIAN- r In practice in Texarkana TEX AS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1493-J THEO LONG For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkantot Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances FLOOR MATS FOR ALU CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main SHEET METAL WORK of all kinds See IRA HALIBURTQN, Jr. at the Haliburton Sheet Metal Works GALL US FOR Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs. Used Machine Parts & Supplies. We buy, sell, exchange and handle only genuine Singer parts. We will make an Electric out of your treadel for $22.50. Phone 361-R. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Diet. .CIS West Division Hots Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. .. '-.. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phone 78 Alterations Pressed While You Walt ® Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building See Us'For BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected Blocks. Hardy, fast- growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sts ARE YOU? Getting the most effective property insurance coverage at the lowest possible cost? Ask Us About It Toddy HOUSTON INSURANCE AGENCY Howard A. Houston Chas. A. Malone Phone .... 61 Magazines You can now get the latest issue of your favorite Magazine at GENTRY PRINTING CO. (Commercial Printers) Phone 841 Hope, Ark. LOAN S To Farmers and Stockmen. TO FINANCE YOUR CROPS AND CATTLE See E. M. McWilliams SEED STORE Representative for NASHVILLE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION I Pi jli

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