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HOPE STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS ASSIFIED ( Ad« Muii U« IniOtBe* *>«y Before Publication For Sole $1200 BUYS EQUIPMENT FOR your own business. No merchandise, Outside work. Clear $3,000 -by May. Write A. Frank Jackson, Ashville, North Carolina. Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. n-et rented to Buy 3t> TO BUY A GOOD USED dp*, one f hall ton truck fce «atdwate Company. 16-3t Sb/TO BUY A GERMAN rifle marked G-33/40. J. OLttVt - U'Ar,^. ' AVlr. "' J8-8t $3g;GETS NEW FLOOR FURNACE complete. 4th house.east of Jones Garage off end of South Main Street. H, B. Morclodk. 15-3t MECHANIC .SHOP. NEW BUILD- Ing, concrete floor. Some tools and lot. Good business, Bodcaw, Ark. See Edward Allen, Route 2, WO YEAR OLD MALE ENG- llsh setter. Ready for field. Newt Pentecost. Phone 215-W. 1C 31 HETLAND PONY, 5 YEARS old. Real gentle for cnildrcn Saddle and bridle. Delton Hoys i'USED 1 * 1 FURNITURE, '"or 1 carload. City Finnl- 81. 220 East 3rd, CHRISTMAS GIFT Special rates. Ehone 28, City WILL BE "January' 3, 1948 _\ ., . 18-12 Wanted WHO < CAN >Ktucwuon" 'and type well ily in pejsoiji.' Branch Hospital For Rent FURNISHED FOR 'nousckcepini?. Mrs. J. E PHone 38-F-ll. 17-t HOpo, Ark. 15-6t ton. Phono 231-W. 10-3 GENUINE BROWN FOX FUR neck piece. Priced reasonable Call 983-W after Opm. 10-3 PRACTICALLY NEW 48 BABE Lombardl Accordian, in excellen condition at % price. Ideal Furni ture Store. 17-3 GOOD CLEAN 1941 FORD SUPER Deluxe tudor sedan. Reasonabl priced. Gradie Clark, Rt. 3, Hope Ark. 17-3 Washington, Dec. 17—The moon picture industry tells us that en persons have been discharged r otherwise eliminated because hey refused to swear to a commil- ee of Congress that they were not Communists. _ , The names arc Maltz, Trurnbo, Ornitz, Lawson, Lardner, Hibernian, Scott, Cole, Bessie and Dmy- ryk. Some of them are assumed ames. ; Enterprise studios, of Hollywood recently released a film on an old heme, the dry-splash of the vat- man in pugilism. A champion accepts the gamblers' bribe to take a dive. A vat-man is known also as a tanker, a high-board mail, or splash-man, and the Fuzzy Cam ernbcrt taste of these beloved old terms certifies that the thing called "one of those things" is an ancient institution. So the idea is not original. The name of this picture is "Body and Soul." The star is known as John Garficld. Canada Lee is his opponent in the flghtV^ He is a Negro actor who used to -:fight in the ring around New York. Not bad. Since he took to speaking recitations with ex Independents to Play Here Tonight at 8 The Legion Independent cage team will play a team from Patmos tonight at 8 in the High School gym in the first of a doubleheader. The second game matches Bearden's Independents with a team from Cale, Ark, The Legion lineup includes: Reese, Ross, Polk, Stone, J. Polk, Gunter, Files, Taylor, Laha and Caldwell. Patmos: Olin Reeves, M. Burns, C. Halls, J. Wilson, B. Rider, 'E. Barton, Bill Saylor and J. C. Waldron. 11 Big Teams Are Seeking First Basemen New York, Dec. 18 — (JP) —Top item on the Christmas shoppin list of 11 major league club owner is a first baseman. Only five o the teams are "set" at this posi tion after the midwinter tradin spree. th MUTUAL NETWORK 149O OH,ravt. ti*i SPORTS Thursday, December 16,1947 .. ....t. . _ - •• • ' ' ' ' ' ' Fiscal Board Allots $25,000 to District Show — By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jt. • r.) Tha Chicago Cubs, are in happy position of- having both Ph Cavarretta and Eddie Waitkus for the job.. Johnny Mize, off-'his-: Sl^homer- • „ '• _ _ TVT 'CT_..1- /"* •! n « 4 r* ' -Pi v_ - Thursday p.m., Dec. 18 5:00 Hop Harrigan—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Capt. Midnight— M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr. —M 0:15 5 Star Final Edition 0:25 Today in Sports 0:30 Newscope—M 0:45 Dinner For Two 7:00 The Jan August Show—M 7:15 Holly House—M 7:30 Mutual's Block Party—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabrie IHealter—M 8:15 Real Stories from Real Lift.' —Mutua. 8:30 "RFD" America—M 9:00 The Family Theatre—M 9:30 Cincinnati Xmas Party—M 10:00 Final Edition News 10:10 Sportingly Yours 10:15 Songs by Morton Downey—M 10:30 Npro Morale's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports News 11:00 SIGN OFF Friday a.m., Pec. 19 6:00 SIGN-ON 0:01 Hillbilly Hoedown ••6M5; Market News 6:20 Hillbilly Jamboree New York, Dec. 18—(/P)— There may be a good reason why HJrrry Rabenhorst, the ordinarily-placid Louisiana State baseball and basketball coach, comes to a slow boil when he talks about organized basebal. . The wrecking of his promising LSU basketball squad was begun when two of the boys signed pro baseball contracts—too late for him to get in replacements before the July 1 ''freshman" deadline. . . Before that he lost Alvin Dark, probably the best all-around athlete ever to play at L. S. U., but Harry doesn't mind that because he figures any boy would be foolish Openings Now P *^ Available to to turn down the Dark collected. kind of bonus Bat he also is annoyed over the demise of a fast summer league in Alabama and Mississippi in which a lot of good eastern and southern collegians played. . "The kids got good experience there: the fans were enthusi- ar.tic and the players were treated as guests in the best homes in .own," Rabenhorst says, "and the scouts could come in and look over n lot of promising material. . Then they started up a pro league that Dut the college circuit out of business: it isn't doing so well and it's costing them a lot of money." They'll Manage Somehow Joe Kuhel is the eighth former MAHOGANY FINISH BEDROOM suite, Prided right at $100. Call 751-J or see at 560 East 5th St: 18-3t For Sole or Trade bression and ifos&cs ho had de- season, is a New York Giants' -fix- vclored ISrnelhfnB called -.ocial I ture and Connie Mack is well fixed consciousness? a Common .malady with Ferris . Fain,. who was^ first of actors these days. His name year sensation with ; the. Pluladel- bobs up again and again in OR FOUR 1 UNFURNISHED Phone 868 or 772. W. E. ;" ". ' 17 f 3t WILL TRADE 3 LOTS IN HEMP- stead Heights, Hope for one good Vi ton used truck. Dorsey McRnc. Taken Up STUCCO HOUSE AND ' has electricity. Two gas s, good location. Turn 'fc>r> two school buses. 6 *ou(i on Blevins highway, ee7sid Houston, City'Furniture (&22«{:Eflst 3rd St., Hope, Ark ' > •> - - of FUR •C. Portorf ield & Williams ! r at:McDavltt's Office Cotton Row. YOU SELL ICAL SERVICE n)^; ' Phone 70 8'p. TO, Phone 909-R ^ u j i*r* < *fw i » ••»* FREE ^;V<WithlhCi40i Miles > \D1fORSES, COWS rtK«rk«na'Rendering Plant "' > 8M.W (phone Collect) n Answer PHone 3158-R company of other names often cited by the committee on un- American activities. The'Daily Worker or New York rapturously endorsed the mov;o and this n'nturally aroused my curiosity bccaur.e the worker's raptures' arc reserved strictly f<iv i"r>i-icq wh'ch it deems wholly consistent with its policies. It prais;::; only persons whom it has inspected and approved. •Canada Lee's superb the phia A's. E WHITE MULE, WEIGHS 1200 ourids. One red horse, weighs 1000 pounds. Owner pay for ad and damage. See P. D. Oiler, Phone 22-F-2. Columbus highway. 15-61 6:30 6:45 News— First Edition Air Lane Trio Senator player to manage Washington ball club, and so the far Mickey Vernon, the 1946 American League batting champ, has the field all to himself at : Washington unless owner Clark Griffith decides to sell him to the New York Yankes. Cincinnati is please! with the performnnco of Babe Young, acquired from the Giants in mid-, summer, although Manager Johnny Neun will have to take another, look at Ted Kluszewski after his great hitting year at Memphis in v,m,cm«. ^uv;, -M,. the Southern Association. is one of the, best things about Eni- The field is wide open in' Detioit Studio;;' 'Body and Soul. "[ with a four man fight in prospect - to determine the successor to Roy Cullcnbine, sold to the Phillies. WHITE FACED COW WITH heifer calf, about 5 months old. Red and white spotted cow, Dhorned: Jersey heifer, about 1 year old. Owner may have same by paying for ad and damages. R C. May, Old Cliff tane place on highway, 29. 18-3t the : Dnily Worker's review says Enterprise Studios! 'Wasn't that the address to which he nineteen defiant find dashing Hollywood glnmorites referred Jill unpaid bills and mislaid personal UIUJuJU UiiltJ rtUU juuileliw 1-"-* .J^.n-'i -- . . , ««,>,•, property the lime they came down who played most of last season to Washington 1o protest .against .and al«?:. h « a ^ dedT E bles( Louis the committee's identification of frn Pitteburgh The Si LOU.S Lost 16 GAUGE BOLT ACTION Repeater shotgun lost on Rocky Mound road, Sunday evening. For reward call 659-W or see Bob Ponder, 1012 Foster Avenue. 17-11 , Paul Campbell, purchased from Louisville on a conditional basis, may be the best of the lot. Cleveland has Eddie Robinson, New Orleans Pels Purchased by the Pirates New Orleans, Dec 18— (JP)— The Pittsburgh Pirates have bought the New Orleans franchise in the Southern Baseball .Association for an unannounced sum. A B Freeman, president of the Pelicans, announced the sale night. last purchase includes the franchise, 37 ball players Sand working igreements previously made New Orleans with New Iberia, La., irt he Evangeline Leabue, and Anderson, S. C. in the Tri-State league, V'COTB'S 'RECKING YARD uthave II you wan* reduced, or if n»*d extra ca»hj pr us right keep a than WANTED Three furnished apartments, two, three or four -rooms. These are for station personnel recently moved to Hope, and a very desirable class of tenants. It is imperative that KXAR get these people placed promptly, and the co-operation of property owners will be ap- .prsciated. Please' 'phone 508. HOPE BROADCASTING CO. Radio Station KXAR Robert L. Mitchell, Genl. Mgr. Communists in Holywood? There were Humphrey Bogairt and glamorous baby BaCall, his wife, and so-and-so and you-know-who and finally that ferocious absentee from the bloody war against the dirty Nazi, Danny Kaye himself, the hero with that certain mental attitude. After they had signed tabs for several days, back they swooped to the enchanting .land of make-believe, but. as I say, notice was given to the hotel people to send all unpaid bills, and forgotten diamonds to Enterprise Studios, Hollywood, Calif. ; It seemed to be headquarters, , Just . "Enterprise Studios" and that's all? Oh no. They were to be sent to David Hopkins, care Enterprise Studios. Why? Why? Well, because that would be our own little Davey, the son ol Die late Harry Rasputin Hopkins, the man who came to dinner a the White House and remained as the guest of the people of the U. S. A,,for years and years. Good old Harry Al Raschid who used to keep a town-tent in New York for nights when he missed the Owl to Long Island where Davey's mother lived, and finally got waived out of that indignant lad.y's life in a gamey little divorce case that somehow got forgotten. David Hopkins was bound to succeed. Back in those dear old new deal days before the war, when Jimmy and Elliott and Eleanor the Great und grandma and Uncle Forbes Morgan were raking in monev on their ingenious little Ditches, Eleanor got a season' of broadcasts at $1,0(10 a woek for a South American Coffee Cartel. The South American countries put up the money and the advertising account was taken Cardinals will, of course, to with tan Musial, if none of the others _ome through. Manager Eddie 3yer wants to return Musial to the outfield if he can dig a first baseman from rookies Mike Natisin of Columbus and Glenn Nelson of liynchburg, Va. The St. Louis Browns have Jerry Witte, who flopped last soring. However they will bring up Chuck Stevens from Toledo, their regular in 1946. Joe McCarthy will have holdover Jake Jones at Boston A. Stan Spence who played centerfield at 7:00 Your Farm Reporter 7:15 Happy Holiday. Farm 7; 30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 The Musical Clock 7:50 Lost & Found Column 7:55 Coffee Cup Edition News 8:00 Uncle Ben 8:30 Shady Valley Folks—M 8:55 Today on KXAR 9:00 Cecil Brown—News—M 9:15 Faith in our Time—M 9:30 Say It With Music—M 10:00 Bill Harrington Sings—M 10:15 Tell Your Neighbor—M 10:30 Heart's Desire—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M 11:30 U. S. Navy Band—M Friday p.m., Dec. 19 12:00 KXAR Home Edition News 12:10 Song of the Day 12:15 The Latest in Markets 12:20 Noon Jamboree 2:30 Talk to Santa Claus 2:55 Street Edition of the News 1:00 Queen for a Day—M 1:30 The Martin Block Show—M 2.00 The Martin Block Show—M 2:30 Song of the Stranger—M 2:45 KXAR Spotlight 3:00 Erskine Johnson in Hollywood—Mutual 3-15 The Johnson Family—M . 3:30 Harold Turner at the Organ as the American League is concerned, he's the exception. . Of the others, only. Lou Boudreau and Ted Lyons played/for the club they manage, bat seven of the National League pilots— all but Johnny Neun—came "home" to manage. M/Sgt. Person of the Hempstead ind Nevada county, Army & Air Force. Recruiting Office, announced ;hat former sdrvice men can now enlist for direct assignment to fill he following listed vacancies at ^amp Hood, Texas. 014 auto mechanic, 055 clerk general, 060 cook, 345 truck driver, 359 construction machine operator, 405 clerk typist. 533 demolition technician, 590 duty soldier, 657 medical aid man, 600 tank mechanic, 740 radio operator, 745 rifleman, 835 supply clerk, 844 artillery gun crewman, 861 The old mark was 21.0 by Jackie Robinson of U. C. L. A. in 1940 — the same Robinson now with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Don Ferguson, turned 36 punts 392 yearcls to rank fifth and Aubrey Fowler, Arkansas brought back 19 for 371 yards and seventh place. Other leade backs were: Little Rock, Dec. 18 — (IP)— Bowl football games are "contemplated" each New Year's Day in the War Memorial Stadium to be erected here, according to Secretary of State C. G. Hall. Hall told the state fiscal control board of the proposed annual games at a session yesterday. The board voted to buy $500,000 of stadium revenue bonds under authority granted it by the 1947 legislature. Hall is a member of the board and was an early stadium. A contract for the new plant has been awarded to Harmon Construction Co.. Oklahoma City. The fiscal board yesterday also allotted $25.000 for buildings and facilities for each of four district livestock shows. The district shows —Mutual 3:45 Adventure Parade—M 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 Talk to Santa Claus 5:00 Hop Harrigan—M 5:1'5 Superman—M 5:30 Capt. Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M C;00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 6:15 5-Star Final Edition News 6::2!5 Today in Sports Washinton, probably will see at least part time duty at first in Boston. Chicago's White Sox still have Rudy York but they bought Tony Lupien from Hollywood of the Pacific Coast League. George McQuinn remains the New York Yankees' first baseman but Bucky Harris will have Steve ouchock from Kansas City, Joe Colins from Newark and Jack hillips. The Philadelphia Phillies' .regu- ar will not be determined until pring training and Brooklyn's tal- int hunt is centered around a replacement for Jackie Robinson vith the idea of mpving the Negro :tar to second. The Boston Braves got along by alternating Rookie Earl Torgeson and the veteran Frank McCormick ast season. ' 6:30 &-:<& 7:00 7:15 7;3;o 7:55 8:00 8:15 Newscrope—M Dinner for Two Burl Ives—M Alan Dale Show—M Leave it to the Girls—M Curtain Call Gabriel Heatter—M Real Stories from Real Life By GAIL FOWLER Now York. Dec. 1 8— (fP1 —Southern Methodist's Doak Walker ranks as the nation's 1947 leader in kickoff returns today, and all because .of a-"lost" 93-yard kickoff return j against Santa Clara in the Mustangs' opener. The feat was entered in the wrong column, and until the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau rechecked. the S. M. U. sophomore ranked llth in that department. But — with those 98 yards credited in their proper spot — Walker vaulted into first place with 387 yards returned in fetching back 10 kickoffs. • Innocent victim of the discovery was Garner Barnett of Arizona State at Tempe, whose 15 returns for 373 yards previously was high. Lindy Berry of Texas Christian led the punt returners with 42 returned for 493 yards. Both. sophomores, they won ,their titles in their last game o the season —• againt each' other Walker brought three kickoffs back 1G3 yards, the last of v/hich was a 77-yardcr that set up the last-minute tieing touchdown. And Berry returned two punts 40 yards in the furious 19-19 tie to edge awav from New York, Arthur Kudner, and given to of the Buchanan Agency. That was the prime condition. The Buchanan outfit had to handle the account, which pays the usual 15 per cent commission, in order to get Eleanor the Great for the trained seal of the act, bocuase Have Your Own Portrait; on 'Your Xmas Cards This Year will like the "personal touch" of a Photo Greeting Card. Bring in your kiddies now. Special Xmas background. We are prepared to make as many cards as you need, but get your order in tarty, THE SHIPLEY STUDIO "Hope's Finest Photography" Little Davey Buchanan. had a job with It was to be a wonderful act. This Coffee Turst got the prosi- dnet's wife and the blessing of the State Department and I am not For , . , . LIGHTING, COOLING, WIRING, MOTORS, and APPLIANCES or anything ELECTRICAL Bee ALLEN ELECTRIC CO, 24 Hour Service Pay Phone Nlaht Phone 33? 806 804 South Elm LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Loto • Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 S. Walnut St. Just Received a New Shipment of Byteirie Gas Ranges Priced $140 each. $30 down, 12 months to pay. Hope Butane Gas Co, Phone 188 Hi way 67 west Hope, Ark. By The Associated Press Baltimore — Jimmy McAllister, 30. Baltimore, outpointed Willie Roache, 131 1-2, Wilmington, Del. 8. Milwaukee — Roy Miller 164 1-2, <ansas City, outpointed Charlie Banks, 168 1-4, Cincinnati, 10. Miami, Fla. — Johnny Dabbs, 141, Beaumont. Tex.. TKO Tommy Ciralo, 147 1-2, Waterbury, Conn. 8. •Mutual 8-30 Information Please—M 9:00 1CXAR Special Program 9:30 KXAR Sweetheart 9:45 Jumping Box 10:00 Final Edition "of the News 10:10 Sportingly Yours 10:15 Freddy Nagles Orchestra 10'30 Nat Brandwynne's Orchestra 10-55 Mutual Reports the News 11:00 SIGN OFF : o By United Press Portland, Me.. — Hermie Freeman. 137, Eagle Lake, Me., out- pointed Joe Poccia, 141, New York. 10. Bangor, Me, — Frankie Ander, 169, Belfast. Me., stopped Al Henly 170 Philadelphia. 2. New York (Jamaica Arena) — Alfredo Lagay, 189, Argentina, out- nointed Melvin McKinney, 181.New York. 8. - Logs & Blocks IM - HACKBERRY - ELM ~ LYNN SYCAMORE - HOW.Y - IAY IbPE BASKET CO, CITY ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Repairs PHONE quite sure but a battleship or two, for throwing this money to Eleanor and the Buchanan outfit, and Little David Hnkins. Then the taxpayers of the United States loaned the money to those republicans. So now he is with Enterprise St.iclios, Hollywood, which produced "Bndv and Soul" starring John Garficld, as he calls him self, and Canada Lee, acclaimed by the daily worker of New York not once but twice. Knowledge is my weakness. I sop it up. Thu committee on un-American activities says Garficld used lo be Jacob Garfinklc, also Jules Parents bom in Russia. Made speech at Los Angeles Mass-meet ing after Hitler double-corssed v>a Jcey -saying that since Russia has been invaded, we have had o chance to get some facts; 200 mil lion ncoplc in 25 years have mergec themselves into Bulwark agauis Fascism. Nothing about any Bulwarl against Communism. Nothing against Communism at all. "Al! those stories of the Rus sian terror boil down to this," the spuech went on. "The story of ig norance has been liquidated and the horror of poverty eliminated Our job is not over when Hitle is eliminated. The American peo pie must continue their t relatio: with the Russian people. . Neat trick, through the iron cur tain. Much more data on Jake, strong stocky, robust, athletic. Only 2 on Pearl Barber Day. Record ma be incomplete but no mention o any personal bombing of Berlii although t)xere.;. is a reference t one iriek- as- an entertained for ou brave boys. Top Radio Programs By The Associated Press CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Topi'Cs tonieht (Thursday): NBC- 7 Henry Alrdich; 8 Al Jolsor. and Jimmv Durante; 8:30 Jack Carson; 9:30 Eddie Cantor. CBS-7 I'BI in Pence and War: 7-30 Mr. Keen Drama; 3:30 Crime Photog' 9 Magazine Theater, Raymond Massey; 9:30 First Nighter; 10:15 Sen, Jos, Ball on 'European Recovery Program." ABC-6:30 Ellerv Queen; 7:30 The Clock Drama; 8 Willie Piper; 9 r President Drama. MBS-7 Jan A'JRust Trio; 7:30 lock Party; 8:30 RFD America uiz; 9 Family Theater. Friday Programs: NBC-11:30 a. Words and Music; 1:45 p. m i'ght of the World....CBS-12:15 p n Ma Perkins; 1:30 Look You est ABC - 8 a. m. Breakfast !lub; 11 Welcome Trav'ers... JBS-10:30 a m. Ben Alexander rogram; 1 P-. m. Queen For a Day. — o Basketball Results By The Associated Press Last Night's Scores East Columbia GO; Holy Cross 53. Valparaiso 67; Arkansas Stale Hamline 51; Marshall 39. Westminster (Mol 53; Rolla VIinos 4^ Phillips Oilers (AAU) 66; Southeastern (Okla) 35. Southwestern (Okla) Tech 50; Mr-Mum' (Tex) 43. Southwestern (Kas) 58; MePher- past Jake Leicht o Oregon. Walker's 38.7 yard average was the season's best. His longest of the year was that "misplaced" 98- yarder to score against Santa Clara. . Herman Wedemeyer of St. Mary finished third in the kickoff return race with 361 yards on 20 upfield starts. Among those returning at least 20 upfield starts. Among those returning at least 15 punts, Jim Spavital of Oklahoma A&M set an all-time record with 17 returned for 394 yards and an average-of 23.2 per return Fa'irbur.y (Neb) 44; Chillicothe Mo) Business 3i5. St. Benedicts (Kas 56; Warrcns- burR (Mo) 51. Pittsburg (Kas) -16: Northeastern (Okla 41. (Overtime). Drake 70; Rice 67 (Overtime) Southwest Texas Tech 62; New Mexico 45. Southern Methodist 60; North Te Arkausas Tchrs (Conway) 70; Kinney Independents 39. Ouachita 58; Morgan Independents 46. Rocky Mountains and Far West Colorado State 57; Springfield (1 O a a S klan 5 d'Bittners (AAU) 55; Nevada 47- .. o— DYED HORSE TAIUS Henna has been used as a hair dye since ancient times. In the Orient, it,' was used not only on the hair-on-the head, but was used to dye the tails of horses. o need for mistletoe at your house if you present your leading lady with a B.eridix! No need to torpedo the family budget either . . . because the Bendix qosts as much as $90 less than other fully automatic washers. What'l more, it costs far less to operate than old-fashioned washers. Its savings on soap alone pay you back about §10 a year. Uses gallons less hot water. Give her the only -washer which lias proved in ten whole years of trouble-free service, that it can wash, triple-rinse and damp-dry the wash, automatically. Here's all you do—Tell your Bendix Dealer you want to give a Bendix Washer for Christmas. He'll arrange the terms and fill out a Gift Certificate you can hang on the tree. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, December 18,1947 OZARK IKE By Chick Young 'tt&to$toii£!w£& AH AINV 66T NO. BIZNESS PLAYIN' WHAT DO JUP NOTHING, DEAR, lYOU WANTlt JUST WANTED TO KMOW WHERE SOU CHAMPEEN" SHIP GAME.*. HE GETS HIMSELF SO WET IN THAT BATHTUB , ...—'GIGANNIC EVENT UP TH YEAR TAK6S PLACEJT By Michoel O'Molley * * -^- v »..'-«•• •• ByGclbraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES /AND DONT TRY THIS 6AIAHAO WHAT Will THIS WIUIE LOOK, LIBBV,THE UTTIE A16IER5 tlNE ABOUT W0TEGTIN6 Mfei Wltlll DIDN'T .INVITE VOU OOWM INTO TH6 CA5BAM16 SHOOT YOU. HE'S SELLING '*"" SOMETHING __ CMA6ACT6R THINK IP THE- f BUTIS NO PIACE FOR YOU,, AND ESPECIALLY are at Fort Smith, Pine Bluff, Hope RICH M«. A6ATE SHOWS UP WITHOUT HIS FIANCEE? REMEMBER, YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO BE BUY- INS THIS BRACELET K)R . WH6NJVW ON A CASE... ' and Blytheville. \W- DON'T TALKl! 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