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y I'y | . . [* IH Table HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Tuesdny, Fchniflry 26, 1946 By Chick Young YOU RE LYING.' IF MY NAME WAS IN IT THE COPS WOULD HAVE NAILED ME RIGHT AWAY. THERE ISN'T ANY SUCH BOOK. ONLY YOU'RE NOT LISTED IN IT AS SCARR" JUST*ROYL? I DOPED IT OUT THAT YOU AND ROY L. WERE THE SAME MAN. Ui) solved the Jerce murder case, all r«£M. Searr had confessed. But a lot of food it was doing me. WHAT ABOUT THAT LITT.Li; BLACK BOOK OF JF.SCE'5 YOU SPOKE ABOUT FLINT? THAT INTERESTS ME. IT SHOULD INTEREST YOU, SCARR, YOUR NAME'S IN IT. JERCE KEPT THE RECORD OF HIS BETS IN, SCARR.YOUR NAME'S IN IULL RIGHT... 2 could see he was getting worried. That little black book wasl going (o save my life. WELL... THAT'S OWE WAV TO KNOCK- OLP VALK OUT COLD! MODEST MAIDENS Trademark IVsklpre.l L'. S. I'ntent Offica Side Glances By Galbraith |*s£? /^SwS^wBSvSsSffi & /Jli^W?&fc£52 SUNKiE, 5TICK YOUR HANP OUT AMD SEE IF THAT STUFF FEELS AS THICK AS IT UOOKS / • CELIA-. WE KNOW ' OF THE TROPICS -- ICE IN THE CAK0 URETOR... THE MOTOR'S G0/NG ....... f NOTHING- BUT NOTHINS, ALL THS SSAV UP IP WE CAM SLIP TH'.S S BEFORE WE CONNECT WITH ASTRAY AlOJNTAlN, WE'LL SAV GOOD-EVE TO THAT FREAK VA[_L£.v/ "Iin filing a f»r,---cst. L lurccn't gotten a,raise for over ticQ --icecks. " ^ COPR. 19« BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T..M.j!EC._U. .S..PAT. OFF. ,','Have you noticed an epidemic of spilballs since the end of the paper collection campaigns?" Freckles and Has Friends By Blosser 7unny Business By Hershberger MOTMUCH- ICNJOW I — I ONLY YES, JUNIOR- HECTOR NEEDS A GOOD LICKING/ TEACH VOU HYPNOTISM I ^'-^•••'•^'"'^A: "^^'^^, OH, JUST A -SECOND, JUST A SECOND, SWEETY? LIKE THIS ONE, FOp INSTANCE/ BUT I WANT YOU TO TEACH ME THE LOMG VVOS!IOM& WITH THE THAT'S WHAT 1 SMP. VOL) BIS GALOOT, i CAN LIC< ANVTIN&>. THAT WALKS... AM' YOU A\M'T EQUIPPED WITH WHEELS; f\ I f*{f f- f V" - h~'''~ ''MV'Y'V 1 " - SHOULDVE KNOWN ALL OPOWTH IM A P^O-JECTEP SUBJECT IS STATIC.' ''She couldn't find her dressing gown I" " COPR. 1946 BY SEA SERVICE. INC!'-''Aj 1 T. M. BEC'U. s. PAT. OFF. 7 ''O Thimble Theater ^YOU'LL HAVE TO FIGHT THE ' '(NSV/ES'PEA!f HEiS -. (3IANT AGAIN DOWN) THERE !J VA DON'T kNOW 6IA>JTS -THEV KIN NOT RESISK .( MARSHMALLOWS ttftZf.^., ~rwi *fe^ •3$i&}»-&*J t£i=?3 •• _JJ n Jl^L'..'!lL_!!)!!i ( L^*!I^^ RESERVED. By J, R, Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Out Our Way wow WHEN 1 BLOW THIS WHISTLE K \\( LUUME/ CHARffE/<•-'' fl —~ --sOs. i* •_--L SOME BRAINS--BUT IF VOU GET EXCITED AMD WHACK THAT MOUSE WITH MY GOOD LAMP I'LL WHACK VOU WITH THIS BROOM.' /YOU HEARDM CLOUTED 1'rt FiJEE'fRdfA : fHo<=>p ?OF"! ONE FEE fROfA THOSE\ /H=Ui B- A HEAP \ !** ?;5;-^< 5 LIKE ) /fKfc f m?E USEFUL \ S^fH* GU= HAS ^^ \ WITH TH 1 aHEKiFF ^ - -^^. E FRIES1D.O ^icXCriAa.x'Hr,,^.^ ./ ,-- - 9 ^ ' (HEAVENS'rtELROD'S ESCAPED-' ^— 77 \ . . - WOULD GLAD- BARBE- CliED? WHY M07HEES , Tuesday, Fftbruory 26, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Doy Before Publication • Ail Want Ads Ca8h In A.dvanoe • Not Taken Over the Phone .? 0 ,,,' ' iix ° """I m i"! mum 3 ° e *>* »'•"«• • • • Se word, minimum 75e llmei . . 3l/ 2 e word, minimum SOc Ono month . lie word, minimum, $J.70 Uates are for .Continuous Insertions Only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale ONE ALL-IS CHALMERS MODEL K Cutci-plHnr. Floyd Poiierfielcl. 12-tf BUHNER OIL STOVE. model. Stewnrl Warner Radio. ,T. W. Still Experiment Sin lion. 20-Gl 19-10 FORD DELUXE TUDOR KK- dnn. Con be seen at 402 North Hcrv.y St. Phone 712-.J. 22-(it ELECTROLUX OIL BURNEU K'ood condtlon. See Allen Downs, Columbus. 21-01 BARNYARD FERTILIZER FOR gardens and flowers, $2.50 per load in city. Sid Jones, fill South Laurel St. Phone 748. 22-fll 1942 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK, short wheel base, good tires. Can be seen at 815 West Avc. E. 25-Ot ](i() ACRES, HOUSE*AND"s"H~Ebs. Timber. In Nevada county. Write to Annie V. Ernst, 7104 Wabash, Kansas City 5. Mo. 2(i-(il METAL BABY STROLLER. USED only 3 months. $5. Phone 1090. 26-31 FORD FOUR DOOR SEDAN good tires, good condition. 808 West 4th Street. Josephine M;iy- lon. aO-3t CLEAN 1041 PLYMOUTH, 2 DOOR, radio nntl heater. Motor and tires good, Wylic Motor Co. 20-31 MY HOME AN 40 ACRES. MILE :ir>d on,c .half Irom city limits. Well improved, all modern. Con- vuniunecs, R.,N. Mouscr. 20-Cit •Wanted to Rent FIVE OR SIX" ROOM UNFUR- nishcrt house. T'lionc Mrs. Chcs- shir ;it Talbots, 944. 22-Gt Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE lor heller furniture and better bargains. Phone 47.0. 14-lm INCOME TAJC SERVICE. IF YOU have income lax troubles. I will be glad to, help you. Do it now, avoid the rush in the last days. Charges reasonable. J. W. Strickland. WE BUY , SEL 1-24-7W L OR TRADE household furniture. Anything of value. Your sell won't be too small, and they don't get too large. See us at 220 East Third St. City Furniture Co. Phone 873. 28-lm Fair Enough By Westbrook Pcglcr Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. FRANK, EMMET, JOHN OR HAR- ve Woolon and sisters write me at once. Mrs. Rufus A. Wooton, 1701 North West St. Jackson, Mississippi. 19-Gt LET US REMAKE YOUR OLD mattress and make them like new. Will pick u'p and deliver in and out of town. Write or call us. Phone 34-J-2. Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Hope, Ark. Rt. 2. 23-Gl DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT •a'machine by the hour, Phone C4G-J for appointment. Ill South Washington St. 20-01 Real Estate for Sale Wanted to Buy I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet! Buck Williams, 100 South Walnut Street NICE LOT. LOCATED ON NORTH Hervey Street. No paving tax, good neighborhood. Close in. , Next lo 402 North Hervey.'Phone 712-J. 22-Gt 45 ACRES, TWO HOUSES, GOOD barn, nice orchard, gas, water, lighls. Borders Hope cily limits. Location .o.k. lo cut up and sell for city lots. Bargain. See C. E. Cassidy. • 22-31 Phono GGO. 17-i.f RIBBON CANE SEED. EARL Schooley. Patmos, Route- 1. 26-31 4 ACRES WITH FIVE ROOM house near city limits. This is a bargain in a home. Sec C. E. Cassidy. 22-31 Services Offered REGISTERED SPENCER COR- setiere, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs. Rulh Dossier, 318 North Elm. St. Hope Ark, Phone 144-J. 28-lm MRS. THAMES MAKES SUITS, ' coats, dresses and alterations. Quick service. Phone 712-.I. 402 ; North Hervey. 820-311 TWO NICE LOTS NEAR COURT house. Also have several other lots located in other, parts of Hope. If you are in the market for a farm or home see me for other bagains. C. E. Cassidy. 22-31 Granted ihal veterans of the second war have a right lo join any velerans' society they choose, the fact remains that they are entitled to information as to the nature and politics of organizations now soliciting their adherence. Few of the veterans can analyx.e the purposes of these organizations or detect the similarity of such purposes lo those of the political action committee of the CIO or Communist organizations and fronts. With considerable respect for the editors of the New York Herald- Tribune, I would nevertheless point out lo service men, who are invited to join the American Veterans' Committee, that Charles G. Boltc, who wriles veterans' propaganda for the Herald-Tribune on Sundays, is not an objective and impartial commentator but an advocate of a client. He is an officer and employee of the A.V.C. he is in competition with the American Legion. In the Herald-Tribune, Boltc is not so identified. He is merely "Charles G. Bolte" and his attack on the American Legion on February 10 may have been accepted by those who read it as an impartial opinion. The faults of the American Legion are well known but it may glory in. the charge lhat it always has been guilty of a strong and narrow nationalism which means loyally lo the United States and to no other nation or group of nations. The American Veterans' Committee is a rival and political enemy of Hie legion which has no political program or parly and has generally restricted itself to patriotic works and the promotion of special benefits for veterans, some of them undeserved. That the legion has tended to make parasites of its members at the expense of the whole nation and to their detriment can be argued effectively. Some individuals have exploited its office of national commander for selfish political ambitions and cheap personal glory. If Bolte were to attack the legion in the role of rival undor his official title of chairman of the A.V.C.'s planning committee, that would be fair. But the Herald- Great Year for Football in Southwest By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Dallas, Tex., Feb. 20 —f/P) — Southwest Conference football bugs wouldn't be surprised if 1940 turned out lo be Ihe 'greatest season in history. Squads will be jammed with veterans, not only because of returning 1945 Icltermen but because many stars of other years have shed the Ichaki and navy blue and are going lo lake their remaining eligibility. 'the prediction, even from some of the officials, that the greatest football year of them all is comirtg up means something, because in loan and 1939 the southwest produced the nation's no. 1 learns — Texas Christian and Texas A. and M., both undefeated and untied and victors in major bowl engagement. Certainly, it will be a season packed with drama and color. The fans already are jolling down in their litlle black books Iho dale Nov. 28. Thai's when Texas and Texas A. and M. battle at Austin in their traditional Thanksgiving encounter, one of the deepest rivalries in the nation. CARN5VAL Bv Dick Turner 120 ACRES OF PASTURE AND timber land lacoted on the road south of the Proving Ground. I 1 /., miles due north of Hppe, known as the Carter tract. Make me and an offer. Vincent W. Foster, Phone I53-M. 22-3t For Rent Lost LOST AT SPRING HILL, ARK. one young hound. Almost solid white with few red spots. Name on collar. Reward. Carl B. Jo""<: 20-31 FRONT BEDROOM TO WORKING couple. Phone 3G1-W. 20-31 THREE ROOM FURNISHED Apartment for light housekeeping. Apply Schooley's Slore. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 25-31 TAN COIN PURSE WITH CUR- rcncy and change al Hope Post office. Reward for return. Mrs. J.L. Cook, 220 North Main St. 20-31 o The state dining room in the White House can seat 100 guesls. A, cube of gold measuring 14.1 ROOM FOR RENT TO TWO working girls. Apply 222 West. JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark Ave. C. ' 20-31 For Sale or Trade 940 FORD TUDOR DELUXE. 3,71,00 actual, mileage. One ownqr. Esso Service Station, Emmet, Ark. 25-Gt For Lease VIC'S CAMP, HIGHWAY 07 WEST of Hope. 18-2w Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Edward S. Morris Representing the METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Life and Personal Accident' and Health Insurance 418 S. Elm Telephone 32 NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R Tribune imposes on the readers of Bolle's propaganda when it fails to label nim as what he is. As hitherto noted in these pieces, the political program of Bolte' group is consistent with that of Sidney Hillman's P.A.C. which, in turn, was agreeable lo the Communists and their fellow-travelers in the 1944 campaign and ,in general, has been ever since. Also, as noted here, the little group of founding fathers of the A.V.C. who, as former men at arms might not mind being called "comrades," include two veterans of the late Office of. War Information, a haven of Communists during the war, two members of the Lawyers' Guild, similarly infested, and a press-agent for Hillman's political group. Any veteran or non-veteran civilian who, knowing this background, still wants • to join the A.V.C., has that right. Civilians without service records are eligible: However, lest- he be deceived and his adherence exploited by clever organizers and propagandists, he has a right to that background. It is not alleged that Bolte or any other individual is a Communist. Any American might advocate any or all articles on the A.V.C.'s political program without bringing his, citizenship and loyalty into doubt. But it is important that the prospective member shall decide as intelligently as he can whether coincidence or design is al work here. Attacking the legion in the Herald-Tribune, Bolle wrote Hint "the main effect of the assault" of John Stelle, the legion's national commander, on General Omar Bradley, the veterans' administrator, was "to lower the slock of the legion." One seasoned Washington observer" he wrote, called it "the greatest bonehead play the legion ever pulled." He does not name this "seasoned" observer. He might be an official of the A.V.C. or the Communist Party. He might be fictitious. We do not know. Slelle had asked that Congress investigate the veterans administration and proposed the selection of a seasoned business man to re lieve Bradley. There follows i strong dose of Bolle's aspersions on Ihe legion and a plug for his own orgunizalin, the A.V.C., with which, bear in mind, the Herald- Tribute does not identify this seemingly disinteresled authority. Regardless of the facts and merits of the ease we have here a sample of the candor and honesty will' which the A.V.C. may be expected to solicit the membership of unsuspecting service men and veterans who are nol equipped by knowledge and experience to detect undeclared perlinenl fuels. Any truly American organization should be willing to run up its colors in a fight but in this case the principal promoter of ih- A.V.C. appears only as an individ ual. Another indication of Ihe A.V.C's polilics appears in ils recent bulle tin. This paper carries a two-columi picture of a civilian in a tin-hat o: the first World War bending in a lussle with another civilian wh has grasped him by the wrist. The cut-line said: "u plain clothesmai It will be the day C. X. Bible steps out of the coaching game — that is. unless Texas should play in a bowl game Jan. 1, 1947. What happens Nov. 28 may be a deciding factor in that. Bible, who has been a major college conch — very successfully in two areas — for more than 30 years, will leave the profession, retaining only his litle as nlhlelic di- reclor of Ihe University of Texas. The little, bald mentor of the Long- hoi ns has accomplished what he sol out to do nine years ago — build Texas back lo foolball power. Nothing could please Homer Norton, coach of the Aggies, more than to beat Bible on Thanksgiving Day. It's been six years since, he has turned the trick. Texas Will be packed with experienced material. Some critics think it may be the greatesl team I Bible ever has had. Norton, also, is going to field a squad overflowing with velerans. It is nol out of Ihe realm of reasoning to label thai Turkey Day engagement as one that might deler- mine Ihe nation's no. 1 team. Folks also wouldn't be surprised if the ! winner gol an invitation to the Rose Bowl. That would require permission from Ihe Soulhwesl Conference, which commils ils champion lo the Cotton Bowl. Every school from cellardwell- ing Arkansas to one-lwo Texas and Southern Methodist has a rosy outlook for 1940. There were some fine foolbnll teams in the Southwest Conference in 1942 and a host of Ihe slars of Ihpsc elevens are back from Ihe service and ready lo resume their gridiron acti.vilies. Texas jusl Ihe other day got an added lift when Bobby Layne, its gretit passer, punier and runner, V COPR. 194C BY IKK SEHVIce,"lHO. f. M/R'fa. U. S. PAT. OFf._ l-lb "He's evidently been in this condition a long time—I heard him mention a forty-cent blueplate lunchT This Curious World By William Ferguson Politico! Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as eandidales subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT Hempsrcad County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES For County Clerk ROBERT S. TURNER For County Treasurer • MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE Chapman Says was classified 4-F by board. Layne is one the draft youngster they're already booming for all America in 1940. Doak Walker, the triple-theater of Southern Methodist, is another. It's been a long time since Texas put a back on the All America. At Rice will be such stalwarts as Bill Blackburn, great center of 1942 who starred in service foot- nil, and Weldon Humble, mighty uard of the same season. Willie Sepalac, fine blocking back f 1042, and Barney Welch, who tarred before entering the service vhcrc he was an outstanding play- r, will return lo the Texas A. and 1. backfield. Then there is Jim Lucas, Texas Christian's terrific backfieldor of 9'3; and David Paul Jones, Arkansas star of 1942, and Aubrey Towler, a transfer upon whom lazorback boosters are heaping praise. Texas, of course, still has Hubert Bcchtol, twice All-America end. And so on. Yes, sir, there's going to be a ootball revival meeting in the southwest this year. The clans arc athering for a mighty push. Basketball Results By the Associated Press East Army 48; Maryland 31. Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES TEMPERATURE OF THE RESION WARMS UP TO A DAILY AVERAGE OF COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. Leave Cellar By GAYLE TALBOT Miami Beach, Fla. Feb 26 — #>)— Tacked on the wall of the Philadelphia Nationals' club house here is a large carton of a ball playei with a "P" on his shirt coming blinkingly out of. an old-fashionec cellar, a bat over his shoulder and a bemused expression on his face It was drawn especially for the Phillies by the well-known sports cartoonist, Willard Mullin, and i will be reproduced on the fact o every score card sold in the club'b home park this season. It not only is about the first instance of rec ord of a ball club poking fun at itf own infirmities, but it also sums up graphically what Manager Bei Chapman has to say. "We're a-coming up out of tha cellar," declared the old Yankee outfielder, who svound up his play ing career ,last year as a pitche of parts. "I hope everybody pick us for last again, just so we cai make them look bad. We've got real iniicld now and we've go more. If we get pitching and find a good catcher, we'll be up there somewhere. Texas A. & M. Defeats Ark, 56 to 55 College Station. Tex., Feb. 20 — IP)— The- University o£ Arkansas lazorbacks hoped to salvage an von split in their two-same basket- all series with (h p T"--- ' ere tonight after dropping the pener last night by a one • point hriller, 50 to 55. The defeat at the hands ol thT ix-place Tcxans was the 'ii'_irj ol he season- in the .Soutnwest Con- crence for the runner-up Porkers. George Kok, Arkansas centel:, ost six points in his individual race vith Jamie Dawson. the Aggies center, but remained on 'top. ,lh conference scoring. Dawson, with 18 points, boosted lis total for the season to 194, and- oday was eight points behind Kok, vho scored 12 and brought his total o 202. Q Oaklawn Entries for Wednesday First Race — $1,000 Ale. 4 yos up; 0 furs. Turkey Foot 110; Second Love 113; Ackwell zllO; Grace 3 owers 105; Arab's Lady 108; Mow- ee's Lad 112; Tensleep x!05; Hark- m 118; Pharawell 116. :9). Second Race — $1,000 Ale. 4 yos up; G furs. Mr. X. 110; Snazy 112;' Lester K. Xg: Bright Bjbnze* x!03; Swing Sister 111; Nicogold 112; Piggy Bank 107; Ste Frances x!02: Wheat 115. (9). Third Race — $1,000 Ale. 4 yos up; 6 furs. Pandisco 107; War Spy, 112; Park Heights 113; Conscript 112; Don Listo 112; DuzM xlJO; ,(8>. Fourth Race — $1,01 blmg. 3' yos; G furs. Tupelo x!02. Overseas 113; Prefer Lady 110; Cat Like x!08; Memories Best x!07; Johele 1 107. (6). Q 1 Fifth Race — $1,000 ale. 4 yos'. up; G furs. Bel Revere x!05; Bolb" Tie'112; Kamp's Reward xlOO; Hit It 118: I Lov Bridge 107; Bolo Babel 107; Gomel 110. (7). , , ; Sixth Race — $1,000. ale. 4 yosi { up: G furs. Umbriago x!05; Court { Flash 112; Sickletoy 112; Quintero' J 110; Peacock Lady xlOO; Lucky Greenock xl!3; Topnard 112. (7). Seventh Race — $1,000 clmg. 4' ' yos up; 1 1-G miles. Jack's Pride 115; Day Dodger 1-12; Winged Pha"-' riah 112>; Jackie B. 112-; Speedy, Josie x!05; Pigeon Gold x!05;. (6).. Eighth Race — $1,000 ale. 4 yosi up; 1 1-G miles. Spring Dun 115;i Alumont 118; a-Fighting Mac 115.;' Dudie 112; Tacarao Pilata x!08;' _. Kon.a Wind 110; Dor-Yock x!08;! "The way.I see it, St. Louis and Miss Militant x!02; a-Alfred Stuart for the 115; Sherlock 118. (10K Brooklyn will fight it out j flag, and after that anything can X-Aprentice Allowance. ' happen. With a little luck can be rigni up in the race. We still hope to get a couple of those St. Louis pitchers, and owner Sam Breadon has promised to let us know the mmme ne and ms manager make up their minds who they will sell. Meantime, we're going to watch tb" \vii«pr lists mighty close." Deviating for. a moment from the mam topic,- lien aescrioecl wun enthusiasm the new uniform his club is going to spring on a startled public April. It will be, it seems, the most terrific red, white and blue creation ever seen on a ball field, extending to embroidery on the sleeves. The Phils intend to come off the floor with a swoosh. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phone 7« Alteration! Pressed While You Walt WHILE 6ROWIN6, SEND OUT E(.ECTROMA6WET(C WAVES. ANSWER: Florida, where fewer than 1000 Seminoles live in the Everglades. -B7 Hasb S. FiiUerion, Jr.- New York, Feb. 26 — (/Pi— It's 1 ginning to JOOK as though Uncle bed a city, a stadium, a ilock of Sam may have lo grow a new crop ball players and even a publicity to track and i'iela alinetes belore man from the ex-Cleveland, now Keep'Los Angeles, Rams of the national 1U48 if he wants those Olympic laurels on nis hat. . . So tar this >vii,.er the runners haven't done anything lo gel excited about and a look al me best performances of ID-lfi, listud in the current "Amateur Athk'iu-" only makes them look, worse. I'ootbiill'league also have signed up Red Conkright, who was a key man in the Rams' scouting system to serve us scout and end coorh. . Al Crawford, U of North Carolina heavyweight wrestler, scored six In the ! falls in less than six minutes this HP'S an ox-GI who was na- ithere isn't an American name on lional amateur champ before he Francis | lne y,.^ ant j U1L . ljnlv ov ,. n - is ] L .;illy dominated by our uoys are me prims, tnc li'.gli jump, the snul put of the good ulnletes \\eiu in service asl year and tnat awt-iieu's GLUI- ler Haegg and Arn von'i be eligible lu Olympics the Lunuun Those pre-war stars St. Johns (Brooklyn) 5C; Man- | 1UU r ., C( , s ' imm lil)0 Uj jo'.OJO nielers lattan College 30. ! Muhlenberg 70; St. Brooklyn) 50. Albright G2; West Chester State Teachers 33. Philadelphia Naval Base i)7; Mitchell Field Flyers (NY) 46. Selon Hall Freshmen !>!; Mont- clair'A.C. 47. Maine 38; New Hampshire 35. South William and Mary 77; Randolph- Macon 38. Memphis Naval Air Sti>t'"n 65; Mississipi 47. Western Maryland 54; Bridgewater College 36. West Virginia Wesleyan 01; Fairmont State 51. Davis and Klkins 48; Potomac State 40. Midwest Kansas 69; Iowa State 41. Valaraiso 69; Central Indiana Normal 42. Indiana 49; Iowa 46. Great Lakes 62; Toledo U 56. Wittenberg 54; Dayton 50. Morningside tIA.) 80 Buena Vista 40. Nebraska 42; Missouri 39. Sothwest Texas A. and M. 56; Arkansas and liie pole vauii. . . 'J nut can't ; sports writer, hereto cover lomor-1 Philadelphia — L)anny Kapilow, jo laughed ott by saying thai most | row's Baylor-N. Y. U. game; "I 142, Brooklyn, outpointed Wesley 55. . Texas Tech 67; Clovis (N.M.) AAF 24. is clubbing a picket on the back j .. :i= hn -nnshns him frnm lii« nnst" l" Abilene Christian College 60: Aus- as he pushes him from his post. The picture does not show anyone. There is a streak in the picture but il does not appear to be a club. And if it is a club it might be in the hands of another picket and aimed at the head of some veteran trying to go through a All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Gosh Every Weak RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK, A Complete Line of .... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS Put on by an Expert . . . R. N. Putman ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 PAT GROSS, Operator Far West Idaho 50; Oregon 4G. Ninth Service Command tourna into Hie army. Quote, Unquote Jinx Tucker, veteran Waco. Tex., Fights Last Night By The Associated Press San Francisco — Bantamweight Champion Manuel Ortiz, 117 1-2, El Centre, Calif., knocked out Luis Castillo, 117 1-4, Mexico City, 13. (Title Match). Washington — Aaron Perry, 151, Washington, outpointed Fritzie Zivic, 150, Pittsburgh, 10. Omaha — Howard Bleyhl, 147, St. Paul, outpointed Vinc'e Gambill, 148, Kansas City, Kans., 10. By United Press New York (St. Nicholas) — Phil Palmer, 141 1-2, Vancouver, B.' C., outpointed Lenny (Boom Boom) Mancini, 145 1-2, Youngstown, O., 10. Cleveland — Joe Walcott, 19G, Camden, N. J., outpointed Jimmy Bivins, 192, Cleveland, 10. Newark — Norman Rubio, 150, Albany, N. Y., outpointed -Ernest (Cat) Robinson, 149, Brooklyn, 8. Boston — Bobby Zollo, 147, Providence, R. I.P stopped Johnny Moran, 151, Boston, 10. New Britain, Conn. — Viccosta, 145, New York, outpointed Gabby Paulin, 143, New Britain, 10. Chicago — Willie Barrows, 190, Detroit, knocked out Hezize Williams, 175, Chicago, GO. Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing. Co, Phone 241 Hope, Ark." COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob- Elmore Auto Supply Loe's Tour 1st Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish • Sandwiches *Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phpne 222 Owned, and oper<vted>by . .Mr. and Mrsl.Rji J.'e 'City Limits & nuy not be so tasi in •);;, oitnor. Observation Post Among the :-i,u7 boxers' records in Nut i'lL'jsichei 1 s new ring Accord book, wlueh \vill bi: oft thv.' resses in about three wi/eus. vou'll -ind a guy wlio had something like aim \Vas MIUL:.-.L-II t.itll ill times. . Explaining tnc inciiisiuii :u suen an unimpressis'e record, Nat observes: "You gulia put him in; ic's the Univeriity ui (-'hit-ago ol Soxing." never thought I'd see the clny when [ made a trip with a basketball team. A few years ago basketball was where you went when you didn't have any place to go." Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J Shorts and Shells The Cleveland Browns, who [rab- menl (at. Fort Ord, Calif. I 24. Camp Beale ti-i; Camp Slonemaii Fort Douglas 71: Fort Lnvton 411. Fort Lewis 73: Camp llaan 40. Mouzon, 141 1-2, Philadelphia, 10. Providence, R. I. — Palsy Brandino, 134 3-4, Providence, outpoint ed Jackie Leunus, 139 12, New York, 10. Holyoke, Mass. — Ellis Stewart, 1G3, Philadelphia, outpointed Saint Paul, 107, Springfield, Mass., 10. LewisUm, Me., — Kid Drew, 152, Lewiston, outpointed Maurice Cloul- ier, 151. Manchester, N. H., 10. Scranton. Pa. — Jimmy Me Don- pugh, ISO 1-2, Brooklyn, outpointed Freddie Graham, 153 1-2, New York, Ji. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phono 370 Hope, Ark. picket line to reach his job. A letter to the editor says Ihe picket w a s recently dischargee from the army and is a mcrnbei of the A. V. C. "The enclosed picture shows how he enjoyed his freedom," the lei lor adds. The truth is thai no veteran or anyone else has u right lo blockade any plant lo prevent any other veteran or any other American from entering any place on lawful business. 11 is the duly of the police lo use all necessary force, including clubs, lo prevent anyone, including veterans, from rioting and beating up olher velerans or civilians on lawful errands. Bolle's A. V. 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