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tfoj&s^eas^^ H OPE S TAR, RKANSAS Thuriday, Fshruary 7, By Chick Young Vhe coroner didn't take , . Me told us nothing , we didn't already know. BULLET V / WAS FIRED FROM I THE GUN HE HAD ) IN Hli HAND. DID \ CARRISSVFIREIT? the way back to head~ quarlers I storied lellin ' THE COURSE OF THE BUUET INDICATES HEfOUlOHAVE.THE , EVIDENCE POINTS TO /SUICIDE. TH ATS ABOUI V ALL I CAN SAY TILL v WE HOLD THE POST MORTEM. / WATCM Vo~* BLOOD / PRESSURE, GROVVLIE. ME I WAS WITH JIMMY JERCE \ THE NIGHT JERCE WAS MURDCRED. AND VCUR SWEATER ) ! |IJH AND SNOW SUIT AND GOLOSHES AND CHS AWFULLY COLD VOU WANT TO GO OUT, SOU'LL HAVE TO 'PUT ON YOUR AVY UNDERWEAR AND WOOL SOCK'S ' CAUSED BV GUNSHOT WOUND THROUGH THE HEART. I'D GUESS , WELL, GO C AHEAD. > COOKIE fuse that etiy's 1 temper ha*/ JUDGE \ / WHAT \ GARRIS5Y IN- } KIND OF TENDED SEEING '^ A TIP?/ VOU THIS MORNING )N ro Givt vou Ay/' TIP ON THE. \ JERCE CAS#. ) . HES BEEN DEAD WILL YOU PLEASE GIVE ME A START p ABOUT 6 OR IO HOURS. HE TR1BD TO KIU. MB...HURSYJ HE' GETTING AWAV.' Side Glances By Galbraith / THAT a FROM V MAIDENS nUJie^ V HALL m& \ fAEANWHliE, THEY'AI?e PRAWN- -INTO A BENEATH..THE CAVE FLC3R — MUST BF UNPER- „. GROUND CHANNEI WHERE'S IT 60-- PEBPEE INTO KOCX'i . — HOLD IT CELIA SVE'LL fOAN KNOW/ WATER'S TOURED INTO A TUNNEL 0 W 'g-iTAK E. - POLl.CWI.NIG TH C SJVNP o? RUSHINS- WATER INI W THE GXVEENS IN SHAECH OF CKLlA fSlifi COPR. 1m BY SEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. I'. •. PAT. OFF ..«, T- i r- , ,7 " "You sleep here and you'll have the most we were Kind of in the baeh»'Touml durin" ihr \v*-r' ? +-r ? j u • + i • i , ; r 7 „ bui now even H,P k-irk nrp cin.H^ ,,.,"' J'"i "^ ".?.• r lt\! Muttiful drains, all in tcclucolor, at least I do," >••*- ••-'»- «"!<.. u. in uic uiiuif^ruumi uiirinq me vv*r, but now even the kids are starting to admire our uniform again!" Freckles and His f-rsends By Blosser Funny Business By Hershberger TA LAI2.D 1VE T2ESI&M.' MIWDIMS- / PAO YOU JUMIOE. " /.. I-/VIUYUU THAT CASE IF WITW N.' MIWDIMS- / PAID YOU I ii ^r A /fev£ ^ , ^/ASA "SITTCR" ALREADY MOST SIDESADDLE / /> M YOUU REFUND ' THE MOMEY. I'LL HEY, MISTER, WAIT.' C'MOM BACK.! . \ MlF?E SOMEOME V-, PISeuST/,MG.' BOOM'S MAXIMS A FOOL OUT OF OOP.' I WOM'T / V,'t A&EEEP HAVE IT! IT'S <f TO \S< MO DISGRACEFUL.' JV QUESTIONS.' tERTAIMUY I KMOW HOW TO RESTORE BUT VOU PIPM'T SEEM V _ r?!e3HT, BUT BEFORE I LIPT A YOU'RE GOT TO A6CEE TO H£LP WOWMUG/ WITH HIS ATLAMTEAW , EXPLOf?ATlOM , —-^ / AFJHR v-i GO TO , j ! TH' MOON FOR HiM IF HE V,AWT5. / BEACD MAS MAPS \ A ) COMEBACK; "I'think he's'going'in ;(Jeep—he's wearing'a miner's lamp!" Popeye Thimble Theater / i TOLD YOU IT A WHAT'S THAT I'M JUST BREAKING ALL TWE WATCHES IM THE WORLD ! MOW HE CANT MARRY AT TEM O'CLOCK SOME- 5*. ./OS''* W./fo=H£==-"''- ? « ^ BUT I VV4WTED M ERLIU '5 FORMULA) THTILL BETORE WE O4D ,*& TIME A CH4MCE TO «f TO GET U5E Our boarding House With Major Hoople Out Our Way By J. R. Williams OVER MY DEAD BODV, 5HE WILL/ N DIDW'T I LET YOU KMOW TW/AT TOJIGHT'TH THE MIGHT?/ i_oov< AT ^Ae / AVA / '? '<&?•[ WHPCr'S TlAPsT 3 You MOVJ/ — VOU'R£ \Z{* VOU MEPvlvi \M\FE OF As BU<=,V J^v POOR. VJOR.KER./—-vou SE& \^> HOURS ADP\V-^-ALLTHE$& '{••^ HOLID/XVS THPsN HOUR APTER. HOUR OF )'?• ( CLOCK/-^-XV HE'LL. G\\ieOOT nvie f\.\ > BROKEN 6ACK OF PLOUR ' ' ( ITS MADE •TO LOOK, l ITS BEST FROM ABOUT -THIS FAR. " BACK..' .' DO VOU HAVE TO 6>IT OUT SCEMER.V TO LOOK. iw AT A PITCHER OF IT? WHUT IF I HAD . LITTLE HOUSE? I CAME HERE TO EM- JOY ART, MOT SURVEY IN'.' WHV, IT S JUST A MATTER OF TASTE-- FE.OM HERE IT'S A ARIZONA SLJMSE.T-- FROM WHERE HE \~IT'S A EMeuCH ROSE <3A.EPEM " FROM WHERE VOU ARE IT'S TH' CITY DUMP--YOU'RE O. AB.eTHe\LL£D BV MlAGftRft-U i\ AMD PEP/ SPLIT WOOD IN 0- 1VE. OSES iHiMW ABOUT "illN" UP Of^TH' DMDF AROUN'D HARD LUCK. GLACIER! SHED FOR COOK-UN STOVE HVPMOTI1ED February 7, 1946 CLASSIFI HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS * Al, On, „«. ono t.mo c * hi I Publication Not Taken Over the Phone -eo-;;. -; ^ :S: - : 3, s^... £ ^ : , B±: ^ YOU SELL" For Sale 3000 B r/u7KS Ms b fl, lc - r , D "Us. W. II. OH ASS ~nAY "' i™ Hope, (te Jit ;i U-lni k Ciiterpilhir. Floyd Portcr/fcTcf _ 12-1 f 1!MO PONTIAC SEDAN, FOUR ,.,?"'/. t! ". IK l condition, «ood tires u-iJ Soulh Kim. i.(j t 2,000 BALKS JOIINSON~GR'ASS liny '!0c. Pali- mule colts, 2 mul rf yours. I'.-iir horse colts, i! years J'our good brood mares, 6 to !) years. One registered Hereford ,1 bull. J H. Rowe, Hope, Route inree, Hopc-DeAnn road. 2-01 lo-ii) TURKIC.Fouirrns TON Inick. II. A. Dlllard, Yancy, Ark (O/an, Hi. 1). 4 •>'< ONE SINGER TUEDLE, ONE white Rotary, One Dnvis. C W Yancey, Singer Distributor, 015 ^Wcsl Division. Phone 3B1-U. 'l-fii J941 SPECIAL"" DELUXE TWO door Chevrolet, radio and heater. Call or see Billy Hamilton at Columbus. 5.31 FORD 1041 MODEL truck. W. W. Keaton, 2nd St. Phone fil2. OLD NEWSPAPERS^ pounds for 5c. Hope ficc. PICK-UP 214 East !i-3t •THREE Star Of- 5-Cl TWO PAIR YOUNG MULES. Vne pair coming 3 and 4 year old, one pair coming 4 aiid Ti v"ar old See W. B. Ruggles, bhovcr Springs road or phone >__ J1 - J - 4 - G-31 '•I 1 PLYMOUTH. original tires, condition. Set- Phone 880. 2 DOOR SEDAN 1 owner. Perfect Wylic MOID- Co. G-Ot Notice S E K 1 p E AL FU I i N IT U R !•; for better furniture and uui-gains. Phone 47(i. betler H-lm INCOME TAX SKHVICK. IF YOU nave income tax troubles. T will be glad to help you. Do it now avoid the rush in the last days. Charges reasonable. J. W. Slrit-h- __ d ' _ . l-24-7w WE BUY, si€'.L~OKTRADK household furniture. Anything of value. Your sell won't be loo small, and they don't net too lai-Ke. Sec us at 22(i Kasl. Third St. City Furniture Co. Phone !!7H 2!!-1m HelpWa nted A LADY WHO CAN KEEP IIOUSM for hie wilh husband, house completely furnished. .1. A. Sullivan, JIM North Main. i-u MAN OR WOMAN WITH CAR TO represent large manufacturer in Hcmpstoad and Nevada counties. Both counties will require full time employment. Will consider dividing counties for part time employment. This is a real opportunity for someone to make a nice profitable job fur themselves. Write for full information and interview will be arranged. Morris U. Allen. Dislricl Representative, 121!) Mngnolis St. Texarkana. Texas. fi-Gt Seven By Westbrook Pcglcr Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores. Franchise and merchan- dies avniinuio now for now Associate Sloix-s. Write or wire. Kenyon Auta Stores, Dallas 1. Texas. 2-lit I Wanted to Rent HO WHITE ROCK PULLETS^ $1.50 j each. W. F. Saunders, Emmel VETERAN AND FAMILY WANTS Route One. LIVING ROOTvl SUITE. TWO' piece. 5 piece breakfast room ! suite. Phone :«G-W. Mrs. Franks 1020 Soulh Elm. (;.n t j apartment or small house, unfurnished. Lester Osburn, Phone OBG-W. (i-:it Lost ** <J " Truck tires. lai-'p stuck of piisaunfier rccapps ; and used tires. Fox Tire Shop. G-Gt 1930 ON13 TON STUDEBAKER truck, cheap. Also friers. C L Roberts. HOG North Fer^usm. i Phone 242. 7.3^ ONE WHEEL. TWO lIITClTTRAI1,- or with extra tire. M' x 1C' heavy canvass, treated tent. Used "Speed-0-Print" t!uplicatin» machine. Phone 950-W. 7-lf BILLFOLD CONTAINING important papers and money. Keep money and return papers and billfold to N. E. Montgomery, BOX !M8. Hope. 7-:;i LIGHT YELLOW FEMALE PER- sior. cat. Child is grieved over its loss. Reward. Mrs. Pete Shields. Phone 709. 7-:it ONE DIAMOND GOLD WEDDING band orange blossom design. Reward for return to !iU!) S. Main. Phone Hi5-W. 7-31 Services Offered REGISTERED SPENCER COR- setiere, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Do/ier, 318 .North Elm St. Hope. Ark. Phone 144-.I. 28-lm Wonted fro Buy , I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, 108 South Walnut Street Phone GOO. 17-tf WE BUY FIELD AND TABLE peas. Monts Seed Store. 31-121 Real Esfrofre for Sale NICE 0 ROOM HOME, 100 BY 140 fool lot on Soulh Elm St. Immediate possesion. Phone Buck Williams. 741-R. 1-61 HOUSE Price, AND FOUR LOTS. 602 North Hervey. JOHN 4-01 Co-ops Fig Increase in Regulation SELL NOW GET QUICK ACTION on the sale of that Lot House, Building, Farm—by calling or Phone 53-M VINCENT FOSTER Realtor For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Ninht Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark Little Rock, Fob. 0 — (/TM— A proposed Public Service Commission '•<><*lll;iti"il whicli whifh wu'i'rl rr.. cjuire Arkansas 117 rural oloclric .:o-ops ,u uuiain authority before undertaking constiuctiun in t oratories already allocated to them was vigorously opi^osed by co-op representatives at a commission hearing yesterday. The commission had ordered Aransas cooperatives to show cause why they should not be subject to the same laws as private unities in regard to obtaining IniTitory-al- localion permits and filing i:on- struction reports. The case was taken under ;ul- viscmcnl. T. E. BoRt'f 1 ': r' Augusta, president of tin: I-ujile Association of Rural Electric Coperatives, testified that obtaining certificates would hamper the expansion program. He said cooperatives now enjoyed a freedom of planning which would be restricted b.v the proposed regulation. All principal changes wcro agreed on except that which would require the coops to formally ask for a certificate to make any extension in excess of three miles in their own territory. Neither university athletes nor their coaches like for Iho term "Hogs" — even if i'.'s spelled "Hciwgs"—to he used in place of Ra/.orbacks...However. Ihey might js.yrnpathixp with tho sports seribos if they had lo cram words like Ar- itansas, Kaxorbacks, Porkers or University into short headlines. A Feb. 15 cage tlale between Little Rock and the Jonesboro Hurricane at Jonesboro may do on\v things—determine the big 1(1 i\vo pionship and indicate whether tho I Tigers can hope to cope wilh Hie This Curious World By William Ferguson Wanted! Tho rebellions in the American aimy abroad and at home are. in oiio important sense. the most hearioniiig popular demonstration b.v :in important element of the American people since the pnii- sage ol the Wagner acl and Ihe rise ol Ihe (.'.. 1. O. disregarding, lor a moment, the question of mutiny, tiiis revolt, has been a concerted piok-sl agamsl totalitarian . Lile l\v American citizens. the i.yi'i .vholming majority of them civilian!- ill nea:t wJIn memories of Ir.vedom. The iiomesirk soldier's, anjvry over nasty lillle impositions and great frusl rations, may not have been conscious of the deeper reason ('or their tin ealening con- dnel. But, on analysis of hundreds of letters from individuals in many far pails of the world arid in dreary camps here at home, I i-ini ihal Ihey are almost iinani- i-'ei.is in a fiei'ce resentment •. ':-. : n.sl servitiule under a privi- li.-g'.-d class, Hie officers, to which Ui-.'v weie reduced by their government. Now il is not inconsistent to maintain that Communists in the army ;:';cl out have encouraged this disruplioii even though it. indicts their own political system .They work for imnu'diale objectives on the way lo Hie aehivorneril of their final pjirpose. Df.sorder. insensate a. ,,1:1% i I/volution and anarchy are steps mi the v, ;iy to the rise of dictatorship. The debility of Ihe American army I'nd navy would be •'i! important victory in their campaign. .•IT the infr. malion of these angry men. 1 would point out thai !he system of privilege and inferiority, o! arrogance and humilia- uoa, of power and voiceless subjugation which they find so irksome exists in (he union movement amcnir civilians and waits to claim tii'-m as subjects when they get can. This system was imposed by .Roi-sevelt govern ment ans of the \Vagner act and a ••),• relation:; board which, from lieginnnii 1 , and certainly not by •id'.'i.i, was infe.ned and con- by Comir.unisih. U-idcM- this nillions of men and women drafted into unions wlio.se ..id cuiirts an: t'iagi'anlly con. LK.I'.S of human and civil . if.his a,.d so contrived that ap- i . als. while !iK:uivtic-uLl,v possible, i;nly mock the victims. JJoes a general select a chateau and sun ountl himselt and liis staff with liixuiy while the enlisted soldier sleeps in siiacks and subsists on canned rations 1 .' A:; to that, 1 1 c i, • i ,• ai.d if it is true then the free America:: press has ui:en gtiiliy (i a miserable niilure ''' i '-("'i-r ':>•: (' ,i.:,;,b i. :i|y and damn the censors and pleasant ,iciai ieia:i,;iis ijeiwee;i high otfi- cer.s and the civilian cunespond- enis. But 1 tell you that the soldier who resents this contrast in the aimy will sulfer il again when he coiv.es hoi-.-ie if, he goes to work m any of the many occupations controlled by tnc Teamsters Union of the A. F. of L., for example. He will not be asked whether he wants to join. He will join or go nungry and cold. The Wagern acl. which proiesses to confer on him a right lo choose nis own collective bargaining agent, will choose the agent for him. Then, having jc.ined. he will receive no lavish pay but, in most cases, a more living and, in many cases, for veiy dangerous work, freighting veritable box-cars over slinpcry roads, sometimes with explosives in the cargo. And he will contribute to the royal living which tho big brass of the union long ago voted for Dan Tobin, the president, his princeling sons, and themselves. Docs the soldier know lhat he will have lo pay for the ;Hirc/ia.se and luxurious' maintenance- of a winter palace for this big brass at Miami Beach? Is it a heinous offense in a mili- taiy force to strike or threaten a general or even show him impudence? It is, to be sure, but the soldier has a right to a theoretically fair trial and appeals under the authority of his national government But docs Ihe soldier-'realise 'hat. in ihon- vast arrogance, Ihe big bras.-: of Ihe loamslors, and other unions have made Ihem- solves a piecions, special class and provided ihal similar violence lo any o.'' Ihe i constitutes an offense of special gravity? II' not. let him n.oii-M ;•! Ins peri) lor lie will not be tried b.v his peers but by his iiig brass .-n.cl will do well 'lo remember lhat Dan Tobin long ago laid down the dictum that a teamsters who appealed lo Ihc public courts for re-dress of wrongs in- I'licticl wilhiri the union was lower than a scab who, of course-, has neither human nor civil righls in union jurisprudence Lot the soldier remember that, if it is misbehavoir under militarv law to get up a petition lo Coii- ;-,i ess o'-or iho heads of his big In ass, then, recently, in Boston, 'wo union men were expelled and 'lopnvi-.i ol' their- jobs because Ihey exeicised their constitutional righf. as iree. civilian cili/ens to express to a (-1,11111,iilee of the State Legislature their approval of a uill iHen pending These are not unusual conditions in that unionism which wails In absorb ar.d consume the American soldier ai-d sailor, officers as well as enlisted men. when thev come liyme 'J r-.ey an- typical 'of [lie uotaliiariamsm which the Roosevelt ;;overmneii! inioom-rl on mil- re ;'u si sig lhat the AND fffNIf fl DENOTING WAS DEVISED BY GEORGE WASHINGTON DURING- THE REVOLUTIONARV WAR, WHEN MIS' MEN HAD NO UNIFORMS, AND OFFICERS' NEEDEB IDENTIFYING MARKS. T. M. HEO. U. S. PAT. OFF. -^fa A POUND OF GOLD \S WORTH ABOUT HOW MUCH? 8ENZHYDRVL ETHER HVDROCHLORIDe. IS THE CHEMICAL NAME OF A NEW DRUG EXPECTED TO RELIEVE HAY FEVER SUFFERER?. COPR. 1546 BY NEA SEHVICC. INC Committee to Meet Feb. 20 at Little Rock Little Hock. Fab. fi — (/Pi— Tho Democrntic .shilo comrnil.h'o w;is nllod today to incpl. ;il 1ht> Hotel MeGehcc hare Fob. 20 by Sccrutary hartfey Combs til tho direction of Chairman Arthur Adams, Jones- bo ro. Primary purpose of the meeting is to formally schedule the summer primaries, but major discussion is expected to hiiip.c on the problem ol financing separate primaries decreed by the legislature for nomination of candidates for iederal oltieos. Tho problem arose when most of the counties declined to appropriate for the primaries as required by Ihe act separating the federal :irom the stale prinuiiics. which are financed with parly funds derived from filing fees. The committee also will apportion delegates for the state convention next fall and settle a membership dispute involving tho Stone county cenlral committee, Combs said. 2-7 ANSWER; About $450 per pound. CARNSVAL Bv Dick Turner COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. RIB. U. S. PAT, OFF. Arkansas Spotietfres Associated Press Sports Writer A full Arkansas in1"rcol'' l "in 4 " football race is virtually assured for next laJl. This became app-TcM thi c w«k as the college of the Ozarks, Claiksv.lle, announced r< merit of the grid sport. Hendrix had done the same tmng only a icw days earlier. While neither Arkansas A. and M. of Monticello nor Magnolia A. and M. has come right out wilh a lothall revival announcement, both are expected to field teams next season. Each recently hired a nc.w athletic director an action which is oul.imistically indicative of future plans. Antunsiis -Cecil, Arkansas Stale college ol Jonesboro, Henderson State teachers. Ouachita and Arkansas State teachers all were active last fall and will continue. All except Stale College are members of the new Arkansas Intercollegiate conference. It now appears that nothing short of a miracle can keep Arkansas and Baylor from tying for Ihe Southwest Conference Basketball championship. Neither has given any evidence of weakening. The Razorbacks very definitely -ire stronger than they were early in the season, and it looks as '•loiipn Coacn Gene Lambert overlooked his own boys when he said tnai tne Texas Aggies would show more improvement in the course of the season than any other team. Midterm personnel additions, return of Charles Colliff from th injured list and time-improved teamwork—though slight — have aided the Porkers. Lambert nearly can use the Notre Dame football substitution system—a full team at a time—on the cage floor. He has 15 capable pe. loiincrs and lias oeen using all of them in recent outing's. Frogs Play Razorbacksin Fayetteville Fort Worth, Tex.. Feb. 7 —(IP) — Ten Texas Christian University Horned Frogs departed today for Fayetleville, where Ihey will lae- Kie me ArKansas Kay.oroacks in a two-game Southwest Conference cage series Friday and Saturday nights. The Frogs, traveling by automobile, are scheduled to arrive at the Arkansas city this afternoon and will work out on the Porker court tonight. The squad is in good physical "•minion, except for Leroy Pasco, Frog scoring ace and star floor penormer whose strained back is likely to keep his performance below par. Coach Hub McQuillan disclosed that he had made several changes in his system and was ready to "shoot the works" against the loop- leading Porkers. For in your home Phone 493 COLLIN BAILEY peak is yet to come." He described t'.Teir performance against Rice, which they conquered handily Iwicc, as "listless." Should Arkansas and Baylor tie for top circuit honors. Lambert — .vho also is chairman of the MCAA's District six selection com- •nittee—favors a Ihrce-game play- if to determine which team will represent the district in 'the postseason tournament. Fights Last Night By the Associated Press Akron — Freddie Scholt, 203, Akron, knocked out Frank Thomas 189, Mobile, 2. Tampa—Joe Legon, 154, Havana, knocked oul Charlie Padalimno 157, Detroit, 2. Blngharnton, N. Y .— Frankie Best, 175. Ithaca, outpointed Buddy -Patton, 177, Cleveland,- 8. "I'm worried about Otto—the boss gave him till Saturday \c convert himself into the 'human atom bomb'!" -BT flnch S. Fallerten. Jr.* New York, Feb 7 .— (/P)— One reason why some major league baseball clubs are planning to increase admission prices is the cost of trying oul the returning service men,' who had been tossed helter- skelter into the defense lists of the survivors when a lot of minor clubs folded up during the war . . . . Baseball law says they must be kept ior 31) days of spring training or 15 days during Ihe regular season unless the players themselves ask to be released . . . Frank Shaughnessy, the International League boss, estimates that some the big farm operators will spend $100,1)1)0 this spring and get veiy little return for it ... And that's in addition to the increased cost of regular operations . . . And, Shag asks, "how about that Toledo club with L'tJO defense players?" Good Advice Dept, (Frm the Center Ossipee, N.H., "Carroll County Independent"! "People are reminded that Ihis is the snow train season and on week-ends and holidays you are liable to meet a snow train at anytime on any crossing. A snow train will kill you just as dead as a regular train'.' Col. Heinle Miller reports tremendous interest in his proposed Gl boxing tournament but insists thiil his only part was "to recommend it as an outlet for thousands of GI boxers who started in the service and may want to continue under their G.I. managers." homo U. football coach, learned that his first big test will come when the Sooners play Army next September, he remarked: "Now I'll get to sec Doc Blanchard play." . . . Jim and Blanchard's mother arc first cousins; Doc's father and Tallinn's brother roomed together at Wake Forest and Doc was on the North Carolina U. freshman squad when Tatum was frosh coach there . . . And chances are thai Jim would settle for :) family tie' Sept. 28. • • : < I v I Dots All, Brothers Ur .Eugene Lambert, Arkansas basketball coach, explains'his effort to have cage scoring honors decided on a points-per-fiame average instead of total seres this way: •''It's like saying a man shot 35 in golf but it doesn't make any difference whether it was nine or 18 holes." . . . Any time a guy shoots 18 holes in 35, you can hoar Ihc difference ton miles away. o • Basketball Scores Press But Dr. Lambert expects no picnic when the R'axorbacks tangle with Texas Christian's Horned Frogs at Fayetteville this weekend. , '.'TCU," ho explains, "has had a full week lo prepare for us — to work against our system. We've boon to busy playing games and will go into Friday "night's game with only one day of real practice against what we expect the Frogs to throw at us." Gene isn't too worried about a loam letdown. Ho has ample strength in numbers and points out that "my boys haven't been playing as well as they can and the BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SKIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. LET ME REPAIR Your Clocks, Toasters, Hot Plates, and All Electrical Appliances LILF/S FIX-iT SHOP ,933 SERVICE STATION Phone 933 or 869-R He'll Need A Doc 1 When Jim Tatum, TELEPHONE All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK. Associated Worcester Tech 47. By The East Harvard GS; Rutgers G4: Fordham fl3. Columbia 4U; Lafayette 40 (over- lime ). Syracuse 09; Colgate 51. Swarthmore 43; llaverford 35. Yale 4(i; 'Princeton 34. Pittsburgh , r )7; Carnegie Tech 45. Penn 5B; Philadelphia Coast Guard 37. West Virginia G5; Army G3. South Wake Forest 59; William And Mary 51. Georgia 50; Georgia Tccb 40. McGuire General Hospital 45; Richmond 36. Virginia 50; VMI 1ft. Navy 34; Penn Slate 33. Midwest Akron 09; Toledo GG. Evansville 53; Western Kentucky 42. Baldwin Wallace 53; Wester Reserve 47. Ball State GO; Butler 35. Ohio 58; Denison 38. Illinois Tech 50; North Central College (Naperville, 111.) 37. Chanute Field 73; Illinois State Normn 05. Eastern Illinois Teachers 51; Illinois Wesleyan 47 (overtime). Southwest Northwestern A and M College (Miami, Okla.) 29; Northern Oklahoma Junior College 1!0. Baylor 57; Southern Methodist 48. Texas A and M 50; Texas 44 Far West Wyoming 01; Denver Up'v 50. Camp Elliot Navy 50; Camp Miramar Marine Fliers 43. Central Washington 47; Seattle College 40. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J Tailor Made SEAT COVERS Direct from Factory Orders filled within 10 days ROBERT R. RIDER Phone 435-J SPRAY PAINTING KEMTONING done the SPRAY WAY LUM RATELIFF Phone 180-W 518 W. Div. Hope,' Ark. ' ' COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co:' Phone 370 Hope, Ark. I Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. ' HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phone 78 Alterations A Pressed While You Walt Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court \t- Featuring . • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish • Sandwiches "Soft .Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dlnlng'Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits &'Highway 67 West SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will- Revolutionize' Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /^ITy Carl • Bacon \L<1 I I ' Jones" ELECTRIC Cp. Phone 784 Hope CALL US YOUR WIRING and REPAIR TROUBLES Phone 231-R HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. Delton Houston df workers d,'.i;gedi.v since l: pressed bellions against L'ut let a gainst .subjects o| il-,is big brass shall be prnlecled in tiieii; constitutional rights and human righls These unio'ieers who have ex- oi.inions on ihc solriier re- have upheld the soldiers Kie b:v. brass in || u > army thiisi- same soldiers rebel H'e bif.: Iji-ass in die unions and Ihey will be damned as scabs. iats and finks, i'aseisls and d^rtipl- eis, Ihri'aleiied. perhaps beaten, lired from Iheir jobs and black- liMed Iliroughout enlire induslries • '.ale (in Ihe latter's home court in Ihe stale tourney. That good time that is coming, now lhat the war is over loot-- ->s it it will be a i»-'" ! '' coming. " A tip to girls wh" wa' 1 ' <o keep their youth: don't introduce him to anybody. Service - Quality Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Funks G Hybrid Corns Dodge Famous Onion Plants Willhite Melon Seeds Gerrnaco Hot Caps Sinker's Delinted Cotton Seeds Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa Soy Beans and field grown Cabbage Plants. We Appreciate Your Business MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store NOTICE Now is the time to sell that old washer WE BUY - SELL AND TRADE Let us appraise your old machine and place your order for a New Maytag Complete Repairs and Paint Jobs on Washers and Bicycles. Prompt & Expert Service Visit Our New Store JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE Phone 209 304 East 2nd COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply DR. H. T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone i40 or 1490-J THEO LONG For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkanioi Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co, 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main SHEET METAL WORK of all kinds See IRA HALIBURTON, Jr. at the Haliburton Sheet Metal Works CALL US FOR Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs. Used Machine Parts & Supplies. We auy, 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 Dlst. 615 West Division t Reo I Estate If you are in the-market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, cpll,or . see 1 f* Calvin E. Cassidy • Phone 4o*9 Hope, Ark. • " '*,'<"" * ' - • J Arkansas Bank Building Ses Us F9i J,, BABY CHIjCKS You'll like our qual-' ity chicks, hatched right,from sejected. flocks. Hardy, fast-, growers. Low price, FEEDERS SUPPLY CO^ 4th and La.'sts Phone 25 ARE YOU? Getting the most effective property insurance coverage at the lowest possible cost? Ask Us About U Today 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 Printer;) Phone 241 Hope, Ark. LOANS To Farmers and Stockmen. TO FINANCE YOUR CROPS ANP CATTLE See i. M, McWillioms SEED STORE Representative for NASHVILLE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION

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