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HlliJIIKliiS ? S;"j * .'&"'"" . i > ,*• Monrfay, Febf»qry 11, 1^ THAT'S RIGHT, OH, "N INSPECTOR.AND IT'S YOU/) I KNOCKED... / SEE? SHALL I .tDLL SCARR WHY WE SENT FOR HIM? / I DON'T ^ KNOW YOLT'll AMD YOU'Rf NOT TELLINGv ME ANYTHING MOPE STAR, OPE. ARKANSAS Blendie By Chicle Young 8t wasn't long befare this Scarr person came down to headquarters, I saw a cat- drive him up and I was-behind him when he opened Growl's door. GROWL? MV NAME'S SCARR. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE ME ABOUT? OH, SO YOU'RE SCARR. PEOPLE USUALLY KNOCK BEFORE DAR6 ING IN HERE. SIXTEEN YEARS LATER HAL IRSV TRACKED JULKIE DOWN HERE, WHERE HE'S BEHN LIVING SINCE SIX DAYS AFTER HIS ESCAPE' HAL WAS KILLED BECAUSE HE HAD THE ANSWER TO THAT !„ J THINK THE MURDERER ALMOST STRUCK AGAIN LAST NISHT FOR / YOU THE SAME REASON.' /MEAN,TO SILENCE m IT'£ INCREDIBLE, AFrER ALL THAT PUBLICITV.'BUr HOW COULD HE HAVE ESCAPED DETECTION ? WHAT'S "\SrORY WRITTEN BY YOUR THEORY \ THE MAN WHO WAS ON THIS LOCAL MURDERED TWO CRIME WAVE, L NIGHrs A60.' CAPTAIN SAiJO KIDNAPER ESCAPES POLKE TRAP By Gaibraith Side Glances Trailtmark Itrglitcrcil t) S. Pulcnl Offlce One Accomplice Totally Wounded Another Flees With Wounded Leo!.: SAID SHCWTBUT BOH, 100 CAN'T •\E THOSE DC? rr WITH THAT LEci ...YOU CAN'T HELP 'EM/NONE...NOW ...I SAW WHERE THEy WENT IN BOTH OF 'EM. NO GO, l%\ COINS TO SBE FOK Mt$ELf LET'S -IN THE SSViRtlNG DEPTHS OF AN UNDERGROUND \VATEEWAY- HIS SBMKCH FOR C6UIA AND 5COKCH>i BLINKIE- HAS O?A5HEP IN THE MIST-CLOCKED TROPICAL VALLEV WHERE UNDER GRUB- STAKE'S CARS, HE L.EASN5 THAT HIS FWENDS HAVE BEEN TtfrPPEP AND ENGULFED BtVASUBTERRANEAN GEYSER IN THE CLIFF CAVERNS — BROKEN PLATES REPAIRED COPR. 1545 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF, "Now here's one. that REALLY looks expen- ive!" • : FrsckSes and His Friends By Blosser By Hfcirshberger WMATS SH-H H / JUNIOR. THAT is QOING LARDS ON YOU CXWG- HERE? J LODGE MEETlM' - - -- — AMD HE; DIDN'T DRIP AWONAY-HOME- DOIN' WORK j DON'T WANT ME TO BE DISTURB HIM / WEV GET OUT OF THAT PUDDLE .' V-'.VVAMT T' GET PNEUMONIA*? OH, IT'S OKAY, UNCA DONALD, SEE, WE C5OT- SO VA/E MIGHT AS W/ELL MOT WASTE" ANY TIME .' (V\E AND THAT BOOK e>ATER. DON'T LIKE- EACH OTHER./EVERY TiNAE WE BUMP 1MTO EACH OTHER, we HAVE A FISHT/ dip, 1'),ft '.V'll. O..ni-v U,,,IJ H.^i.i- R.^.uJ U.rintnjttJ t.,- Kinj r.itun, Sin,!irii LOOK.OSCAR, WHAT /WHAT KINP OF MUMBO- JUMSO ARE YOU PULLING OM OOP, ANYWAY? WELL, HERE I AM, BACK HOME FOR A )-. COMPLETE REST. . AM' FACE A MASSAGE LIKE BOOM SAID, WITH THIS STUFF.' AN' TO GROW WHISKERS -.' JUST PAWW ,' "Ci-edit must be tightening up!" BOCPM HAS UNPERTAKEN THE TASK OF RESTORING THE WHISKERS TO ALLEY OOP'S CHIM, BUT WITH NO QUETTIONS ASKEP.' COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Oft Thimble Theater OH, POPEVE7 YOU ARE SOJ STRONG/) ' , POPEYE/ you -ARE so IT'S DISGUST INQ. HES ; OLD ENOUGH TO BE HER POPPA .VAV 9 WK\ ViW -. BY Hf.A sri'.V>-E. INC. T. M. REG. Jj^_S_P«f. Of F.; By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople I WISH \ MERLIKI ' WOULD HURRY UP/ THIS SUSPEW5E KILLING WE/ Out Our Way I KWOW WHAT ) ( I'LL SAY/ YOU WWJT/ < / AWD I'M I YOU'D LIKE TO \( (SOIWG TO STEAL MERLIU'S J( GET IT/ FORMULA, EH, WHAT? 6AY, AMOS, YOU LOOK V?* UAA,.' ^/ TELL ^ MEAH? X AS -DROOPY A?> A VNHT M PERKftPS <|l HIM ^ READ T|4A\T I SHOULD, V I'M \ ITENA.,TOO, AROLiT TAKE- f\ VACprnort W BL\T YOU ' / TOVMM ^TiAfe POLICE FROM. TWO OR THREE A tfMOVO ^ FOR A TH' BIG KIDS PIDM'T WANT ME Ylfl-'SJfe • 'EM W' ~ "^ AKOUNlD. SO REAPV TO CAREY OUT HIS ATQMC EXPERIMEWT.. WHILE IW THEY SAW YOUR F \ ~ / UMDEE.WEAR. j HANJOIM' OUT V AK! ' VERM THOUGHT OF GALLS M& KDOM KMG AKTWRTS FEARFULLY |OM HERE THIS —~ S ^\l • — ' 1 _ ^.WP t-/,// : THE OLTOOME.. . ^^/ COr\E ON, LITTLE BEAN'EI ^^Rt'= TROUBLE OVER 'S DEAD-' snot THROUGH TH n HEART/ SHOT ? =Z3 WHAT'S COHERE'? Lime BEAVER WATCH LIGHTS HAf?p LUCK' GLACIER, A SHOT THI^G'S UNDER, ^;T- y\ ; sfW'' -t ^ ^'1 't,* H 0 P 6 $ T A CLASSIFIED E, -A R K A N 3 A S Throo ilmm . . - •,.',- "° tm Conll ™°'»> Insertions Only ' YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" k- >• , U ' IS ,, CHALMERS MODEL . - • ,,, Uilcrpill,,,.. i.-, lly( i Porterfiold __ 12-tt Phono T ono ,!^ m ^°" N G "MULES. One „;,„• coming 3 and 4 year old. one pair coming 4 and fl • .Vpur old. See W. B RIIL'K Js Wiovor Springs road or phono — ..•.I" 1 - ____ ___ _ _ G-Ol M orl',li, V! V^ TH - , 2 "BOOR" SEDAN, 01 IK ml tires, 1 owner. Perfect _ iJ. S gP AND R EC APPED '900-20 • hmrn 01 . 75 , 012 ? TrllCk UreS ' AlSO J. n KC s.ock of passenger rccapps and used tires. Fox Ti.c Shop. G-Ot ONE WHEEL. TWoVlTClTrrTAIU or with extra tire. 14' x 1U' heavy F« I1V "SS' treuted tent. Used Speed-O-Print" duplicating ma- chino. Phone OSO-W. 7-tr MAN'S 15 JEW;a~ET,fJlN~vvRIST watch. Perfect running condition ''i^'^SJilid- _ _ 8 -3t MEN WOMEN AND CHI LURE NS used clothing, crochet, fancy work and pillow cases. Mrs Le_ wallen, JOS West 3rd St. 8-3t CLEAN "'Tf "G7~M7~cT PICK-UP Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phono 470.- 14-lm INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU nave income tax troubles, I Will be i! ad to help you. Do it now, nvoid the rush in the last days! Charges reasonable. J. \V. Striek- 1-24-7W land. , SELL OR TRADE household furniture. Anything of value. Your sell won't be . small, and they don't get !" r «S;. S ? " s . m 220 Easi ! loo - t OO Third ;. . „„-„ nt. Lily I'urinturc Co. Phone 873 ______ ___ 28- 1m Help Wanted Fair Enough By Wcstbrook Pegler 'Copyright, 1948 By King Features Syndicate. A LADY WHO CAN KEEP HOUSE for me with husband, house corn- f(l i rnis hetl. North Main. A. Sullivnn, MAN OR WOMAN WITH CAR TO represent large manufacturer in Hempstead and Nevada counties. IJolh counties will require lull time employment. Will consider dividing counties for part .time employment. Thi.s is a real opportunity for someone to make a nice profitable job for themselves Write for full information and interview will be arranged. Morris U. Allen, District Representative, 121!) Magnolis SI Tex- . . A -^,-w. U j- Truck Good tires, motor in good ^! Uallv % 12I!I Mngnolls condition. For sale cheap. Wvlic ! _ nik °" a '_ Tcxas - Motor Co - 9-~-"~~ PONTIAC, G. FOUR DOOR sedan, New licenses, $850. What- l<;ys Service Station, corner .North Hazel and E. Division. ^ 9-01. BEDROOM SUITE WITH 4 PO'sT- cr bed. eooleeel Ice Bo-. H)l pound capacity, S piece mohair living room suite. 3 half beds complete wilh springs and mattress liibk'.s anel other odd pieces included. 5i!0 West Division. Phone I —i-llil H - :H ! Real Estate for Sale 6-Gt P R E S S E R , -• -—- -i ti iu o o Jii i wliito or colored, Apply in net f^»i .^ 1,1 i /-n___. l ' •!,._ * ^ 1 son at Ideal Cleaners, 107 Front Street As the Ri'ent fight continues the simllnrily of the terroristic ineth- od.s of the unions to those of the revived Ku Klux Klan of tho 1020's ;md the Brown Shirts of Adolf Hit- lev becomes more alarming. In Chicago, an orderly, respectable citi/.cn, tho father of three small children and the owner of his homo, is picketed by moans of form letters to his neighbors, describing him as a Quisling who is slabbing his fellow workers in the Iviclt berause he hns refused to quit his job. The neighbors arc exhorted to persecute him. According to the dictum of Justice Felix Frankfurter, of the Supreme Court, in a suit known as the cufeleria case, this is fair conduct of "give and lake" as he called it. It is, however, all givo and no lake because tne unforlu- i-iIe individual has no means of fighting back. • His children arc smeared and terrorized in the neighborhood and he is called a traitor because that is what Quisling was. ' H will be remembered that the modern Ku Klux similarly terrorized individuals who were helpless against trick.y, cruel and dishonest enemies. Decent citizens were shunned by their neighbors who bowed, to the unseen force and businessmen saw their patronage fall away to nothing under the silent boycott. In Germany, Hitler, Streicher and the Brown Shirts also persecuted children of the Jews who wo'c told in print and on the radio thai. Ihcir n." 'cnts wevc In.v creatures, no better than beasts. This terrorism of children was the lowest form of persecution in crimes of the Klan and the most despicable crime tpf Hitlerism until the war and the institution of the "real For Rent BRICK WARE HOUSE BUILDING on switch track. See Hobert La- gorno. Wanted to Buy 1 B " Y IMMI ..mi niu tuiu i.iiu in: 8-Gt I torture camps. Yot, we Jind Felix Frankfurter, nf all persons, airily condoning the Co: mula of all such persecution in his flippant observation Ural a union has a right to call a loyal American cili7.cn a Fascist, even though there is not the slightest ground for calling him a Fascist. If it is fair to lie about a man and smear and terrify his children in a chspu'e between a union and nn unoffending victim, if it is fair as he held, to organize a boycott and 9-31. STRICTLY MODERN HOME Emmet, Ark. Six rooms T rW cl7™ iTr I Williams LOIS. JOHN | Phone Hcrvey. 4-Gt ' —- ! IN nice lot. Ihis is n complete set up. If interested in buying a good home, see me, Immediately pos- fon sion - Calvi » E . Cassidy, phone 489. Ark. Bank Bldg, Hope, Ark. 9-3t 141 ACRE FARM WITH HOUSE BROWN BILLFOLD CONTAINING and barn. S'/j miles east or Hope i important papers and money . ope ) near paved highway. See C. E. Cassidy. . D . 3t ------- — ------------- , ____ 45 ACRES, TWO DWELLINGS. barn, orchard, gas, water and light. Near end ol Main St. south. Sec C. E. Cassidy. g.;u ru UUY A 1940-41 OR'-P '"- '"-"•'• "' organize n ooycolt and ford or Chevrolet. Bucki von Ul "'csort to absolutely false is, 100 South Walnut Sin-el i . empn(s a uout him, then, ob- (ino. ] 7 . t f viously, Mr. Frankfurter is inviting! „,„ - — —- - ' J(hel ' . malignant organixations to wk BUY FIKl.D AND TABLE ten'onxc and boycott Americans pens. Monts Seed Store. 3l-12t | I: ' OC " 1IF * they are Jews. Negroes rnM ^7,rp;7~p-<r, r 7; 0 ™ l? r Catholics. Unions have no writ?,^i , I'lVrURES FOR. i ton or implied monopoly on the gioec-ry store.- including market power of perrocuUon nnri lI TT S ' ScC cV TT A!ldf V so ». 5 'h ,,, The principal power of the Ku and Hervey St. Hope, Ark. 11-01 ! Klux and of the Brown Shirts in . Germany was tho power of the boycott. .Frankfurter, nevertheless, in not only this cafeteria case but the so-called carpenters' case, as well, has held that the boycott is a legal and a reasonable weapon oven though it is based or. absolute, admitted lies against the CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner MR.MERRVWEATHER .. .. (1. S. PAT. OFF.-/ l«r-i 6 DV NEA"6ERVICE.mc.UiJ Wo /M B V William Ferguson OF THE OCEAN CONTAINS ENOU6H MAGNESIUM SALTS TO YIELD ABOUT 4,5QO,OOO TONS OP MAGNESIUM ... A METAL THAT PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE WAR ... AND ONE THAT WILL BE USED IN MUCH POST-WAR CONSTRUCTION. Lost y Kee P money and return papers and billfold to N. E. Montgomery Box 248. Hope ----- . 7-1 . '^ 57'/i ACRES WITH HOUSE. ONE and >A miles out on old Fulton highway. See C. E. Cassidy. 9-31 BLACK BILLFOLD. CONTAIN- 1ns . $2, rec'cmts, identirit-.i.ion Howard for return to Rosie Lee Hopson, Rt. 1,Emmet . 11.31 'WO 0 ROOM HOUSES ON WEST • J. 31 -!!^ 1 ' s ff-^iJ?' Cassid .y- fl -3t f, r >4 ACRES ON~GOOD ROAD near Shover Springs. Extra good home, barn, other outhouses. Well watered. Electricity. See C. • K. Cassidy. 9.31 For Sale or Trade IfiJG DODGE FOUR DOOR, GOOD •ondition, for better car. Elmer May, Bodcaw, Ark. 8-31 Services Offered 10',i ACRES, BORDERING CITY REGISTERED SPENCER COR- 1 1 m tic r»ll Tl'l trnr-l K i ivli < .«.<.,. ,» .. „ Qf»t 1 ni'O 111/-! I iri/-l . i c, 1 I ,. .1 • _. . T limits on paved highway, gas, lights and water. One five room nice house. One four room rent house. 4 brick buildings. 20 large pecan trees. $fiOOO. 10 ACRES, BORDERING CITY a limits north on pavement. Lights, .'/ gas and water. $150 per acre or $1400 for tract. 5V4 ACRES, G MILES OUT ON 20 highway, 5 room house, good barn, poultry house, plenty water. $1300. See Riley Lcwallen. 3-31 FOUR HOUSE,"" FrVE^ToTs", close in. City water and lights All for $22.10. C. B. Tyler. ll-m seticre, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Dozier, 818 North Kim St Hope Ark, Phone 144-J. 28-lm N For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Nifjht Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E, Third St. Hope, Ark HAVE OWN TEAM AND WAGON to break gardens or haul any- Uung. J. \V. Brown. Phone 3H-W- 11-Gt The use of helium In.itend of air in the tires of a big plane reduces tho plane's weight by aboout 100 pounds. WANTED Sawyer and Filer, good salary, has to make home in Louisville Kentucky. Apply Chess & Wy- niond, 421 West Avery Street, Louisville 8, Kentucky. Magnolia COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore AUTO Supply Tailor Made SEAT COVERS Direct from Factory Orders filled within 10 days ROBERT R. RIDER Phone 435-J , .vinUrns. j No protest against Frankfurter's dictum ever was heard from that side of the great American controversy which calls itself the liberal and progressive element. In actual fact it is a terroristic, totalitarian element which recently, again, has been using mob power to prevent law-abiding Americans from going to their work. It has even picketed the homes of individuals, far from any factory under strike, and by logical extension, may picket churches and synagogues and beat up the faith- ai L on their wa >' to worship. The coin fell with the other side up when Senator Bilbo, of Mississippi, in reply to a New York woman who had written him an offensive and provocative letter, addressed her as "Dear Dago" and Congressman Rankin, also of Mis- sisEipi, goaded to anger by oul- raeeous attacks on his character addressed to one who had villified him an insulting word thaf is generally excluded from the respectable American daily press, if the unioneers in the cafeteria case were right in calling their victim a Fascist, if the union in Chi"<i«o is right in calling a decent citizen a Quisling and inciting his neighbors to persecute bin, then by J' ranklurter's own reasoning, Bilbo and Rankin also are right arid the totalitarian liberals and progressives, far from abusing them should uphold them. Bilbo and Rankmare appealing to prejudice and arousing hatred, but it is no worse to despise and abuse a man jecauso of his race or religion than :o persecute him for his political beliefs or his resistance to coer- CCPR. 13-16 UY NEA SERVICE, INC. Yanks Me!f Under Tropic Sun in Florida By United Press Balboa, C. Z., Feb. 11 — Mana- ager Joe McCarthy of the Yankees, no lightweight himself, rejoiced today over the tropic heat in which the team began spring training activities with a wilting drill. "This heat will melt the fat right off these fellows," McCarthy said. The players worked out before 700 fans for more than an hour and rookie Third Baseman Henry Majeski created most o£ the excitement by hitting . three balls over the lence. Joe UiMaggio, Johnny Sturm and Ken Sears also got homers. McCarthy worked three players. Sturm, Nick Ellen and Buddy Hassett at first, but Joe Gordon had second all to himself because George Stirmveiss unaccountabb failed to report as scheduled. Gordon and btirnweiss are expected to provide the main feature of Yankee training activities in their bit- battle for the bag. Sanford, Fla., Feb. 11 — Thr Brooklyn Dodgers set up preliminary spring training headquarter* here today where pitchers, oatch ers and a few war veterans are expected to work out in advanct of the rest of the club. The'Dodgers, who have 13 players under contract, will open theii main base at Daytona Beach or March 1. The club reported no noldouts to date, with three youngsters, Infielders Tommy Brown, Claude Corbilt, and Barney White signing up yesterday. While was a full-back on the Tulsa University football team. DR.DRICL ..il-'HAT CW WE 5EE PICTURED HERE,, r ~l SPROUTING SCV BEANS | SEA ANEA\ONES C> 2]GOOSE BARNACLES.J oO, >C4 last half. In the cafeteria case there was lot even the shjdow of a dispute Jt'lwoen labor and management tne owners work in their lunchroom and the trouble begin when a union, which had no members in the shop, demanded thai the owners quit doing their own work anel llt -^.ui e mu lire union members, in which case I Birmingham, hey would have gone broke. . Jhese sinister, menacing conditions all inviting the most savage cruelties against the weak and un- •imeiieling individuals have been created knowingly by women and DR.DRILL. IS A DENTIST 1 " '" IN PRINCETOW, WISCONSIN^' MILWAUKEE, \rj\s. '"'. ANSWER: Goose barnacles. The feathery plumes are legs, with Which the barnacle sweeps food into its mouth. 2-9 -BT Hooh S. FaUertoo, Jr.* New York, Feb. 11 (/P).— Barney Ross was beating (he gums with the boxing writers the other day and expressed the opinion that -every boxing commission should have at least one member who was nn ex- 1'ightcr, manager or even a writer. . . . "Them ought to be sompo"e a fighter could go right into see when he had a beei," barney explained. "When I was boxing around':here you almost had to have air.'.'.engraved invitation to call on' the commissioner." . . . Barney may have something there. Judge Laii- clis, regarded as the no. 1 sports commissioner, never refused to see a player or listen to a complaint and he learned a lot of things thai way he never- would have heard otherwise; Crying Towel Corner A. Sew recent napponings that have caused bucket-ball : coaches to weep buckelfuls: The Marsli- field, Wis, high school team didn't make a 1'ield goal in the last three quarters against Nekoosa but won team hit from llio floor during the in the first quarter and neither 23-16 Marshfield made six buckets Miami, Fla., Feb. 11 — Tht> veteran Johnny Rucker, one of the :op defensive outfielders in the National League, headed a list of 11 lew players under conlract for the Now York Giants today, with 22 players on hand as spring training opnned offirially. Most of the other to sign were rpoiocs. They were Catenas Bill Dekoning and Charlie Fox, Infielders Johnny Davis. Earl Pueh, and Fred Price, and Pitchers Boh Bar- .nelson, Tommy Gorman, Frank Seward, Dale Mattheson, and Jamie Alemandro. Holly wqd, Cal, Feb. n — Wa.ior league players preparing for spring training, got in their first competitive licks yesterday when they defeated a minor league squad, 2 to 1 on one hit in a charity game before 5,000 fans at Gilmore stadium. Hal Gregg of the Brooklyn Dodgers yielded the minor leaguers their only run in the second inning when Ken Richardson, Hollywood second baseman hit a lomer. .That was the lone base knock the minor batsmen obtained off.five major league hurlers. Jerry Priddy of Washington, who scored on an infield out after walking, and Lou Stringer of the Chi- cago'Cubs who doubled and'came home with the winning run in the sixth on another double by Ralph Kinner of Pittsburgh, did the scoring for the majors. Floyd (Babe) Herman, west coast scout for the Pittsburgh Pirates, managed the major leaguers. In Alabama, Purrish straight victory. Phillips tried winning streak and held it 13 to Hi fne ball to halt Selma's have Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES AH Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK. .mon who nevertheless ncivu mo ! vicious effrontery to prate of "minority rights" mid organize leagues !"'.ninsl dpfninalion. In ihe process the greatest, most loyal,most pu- tnclic hut. ultimately, the most powerful and ferocious minority of them all the outraged American cili/on, has been (ried so grievously that the only question is whether he is finally and completely licked or merely gathering himself tor some tragic retaliation according to the Frankfurter law. . It is an evil, un-American law in any case, i Tn'° l' or , cu Pine advances into ;, battle backwards. CALL US FOP. YOUR WIRING ond REPAIR TROUBLES Phone 231-R HOUSTON EUCTRIC CO. Delton Houston minutes to K-4. lead for 2-0 •Wth UK- to hall'. Then Parrish resorted East Berlin, Pa., was trn,... Ireex.ing and put the game on ice- Spring Grove, 2U-2I!, when Roy Chronister got the ball and saw by the electric clock that he had only a couple of seconds U-i't. Hi- heaved the ball back over hi;; hoad and hit the basket dc-ad conior lor the winning goal. . . Rockhurst college was leading Maryville (Mo ) Slate by two poinls when three cx- solcliers, Paul — huo and Harold Hutcheson engineered a fancy scoring play. The buzzer sounded with the shot and the goal wasn't allowed. . . . Hutche's only complaint was that he had been saving 1l ln t oim fo- five years and he hated to see it Matinee Del Webb, part owner of the YanKoes, piavtu in me Pnoenix and Tucson open golf tournaments !•> cot his logs intn conrtition for visiting spring training ..camps. If saouv (iVs. : <is nip •• aid ' l u _ _ ^ Phoenix. Del t'-in 'get' his ' po" lr cl- book into good shape, too. . Mar- queue's 'i'oin Stidnaui is curecling football wi-eo.aralions 1h--ough n beside telephone. His -team, can't be that bad. .' "• . New Committee, to Seek Solution for County Highways Little Rock. Feb. 11 — (/P) —A 34-member advisory committee, "drafted" by Governor Laney, today sought a solution for the problem of "inadeeiuatc county roads iid state highways." To the committee Governor Laney named four members from each of Ihe state's seven congressional districts and six state officials as ex-officio members. He named \V. W. Campbell of Forrest City chairman and Louis Hurley of El Dorado vice chairman. Laney asked that final commit.-•0 recommendations "without vagueness of eeiuivocation" be in his^ hands by August 1. The governor declared the road problem had "plagued" the slate boil, bleve Dona-i for 40 years and that under present Hogs Hope TCUAIso Beats Baylor Fayettevillo, Feb. 11 — (/P)— The Arkansas Razorbacks have one big hope for at least a share of the Southwest Conference basketball crown. It is that the team which upset the Porkers Friday night — I.exas Christian — can do the W m f h 1 S P a y lor 's Bears at For Worth Saturday night. Baylor assumed undisputed lead ership last week by trimming Southern Methodist, 57-48 anc downing Texas in an overtime pe nod Saturday night, 43-42, while ' Uvt>game series The Razorbacks, odds-on pro season favorites, fumbled manj scoring opportunities to help bea themselves Friday night, when the Frogs won, 53-50. Arkansas Ice most of the way but couldn't work high-scoring George Kok through the i'rogs zone defense and TCU's whirlwind finish oTQ the trick The I'rogs seemed lo take full advunt age of every mistake Arkansas made. Arkansas bounced back in its the Toads, 58-38, with Kok sinking true form Saturday night to drub 29 points. In addition lo meeting the husl- hng Frogs, Baylor this week must (angle with Texas A. and M a team which has been improving Service- Quaiify Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds,. 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Tho Razorbacks step out of th conference Friday and Snturda^ nights lo tackle the mighty Okla homa Aggies at Slillwater an Oklahoma City, Since they play both Baylor ant Arkansas twice, the Texas Aggie may hold the key to the race's out come. They displayed Ihe degre of their improvement by whippim Texas, 50-44, last Week. The Ag gies, however, dropped a 64-59 de cision to Rice Saturday night. K 0'<- tvil| n( j n\i;nv -", thp "'Mvr ual scoring race wilh a total o 190 points — 49 more than his near est rival. The nornnnine's air-filled riu keep him afloat even if he should fall asleep in the water. •*?• i ""X orderany offhe "^ through o r\ WorkOutfits Silverwarp 1847 Rogers'.'' Community Plate-Linoleum : and .' . ,'' . Asphalt-Tile Curtain Stretchers 3.15 Wear-Ever Aluminum and SEE WHY WE'RE CALLED 212 S.Main^ Phone 1080 DR. H, T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 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 CALL 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 Phone 30?.R treadel for *^C. W. YANCgY, Singer Olst. $15 West Pivisiou PRECAUTION T .P° rt ' and - Or e., Feb. 9 </P John Norton bought a walc after her house was ransa6Eed last month. • • •7 J-'rowiors reapeared this weSk and stole the dog. ,/ WANTED TO BUY Poultry, Eggs and Junk P T. P. BEARD * POULTRY DEALER '? Across from Frisco Freight'"' Depot on Louisiana Street T *-i LET ME REPAIR Your Clocks, Toasters, Hot Plates, and All Electrical Appliances LILE'S F!X-IT SHOP 933 SERVICE STATION Phone 933 or 869-R BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing « Heating Phone 259 Hope. Ark. Harry Segno r, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J SPRAY PAINTING - KEMTONING done the -v ' SPRAY WAY LUM RATELIFF Phone 180-W 518 W. Div. "Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark." Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt! the factory way. •• f HALL'S HAT SHOP <. Eaet 2nd St. Phone 7«« Alterations ' " '• Presied While You Walt •' Loe's Tourist .^Mk ' ' ' 3 Cafe~Gourt3 ! - — 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 &. Highway 67 West SEE US FOR THE ' REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will*" ' Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /"'I"TV Carl ' Bacon Vxi I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope • 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 II See Us Fot BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected flocks. Hardy,-fast, growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO, 4th and La. Sts Phone 25 Magazines You can now get the latest issue of your favorite Magazine at GENTRY PRINTING CO, (Commercial Printer;) Phpne 241 Hops, Af\f f

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