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Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARK ANS AS Words Up to IB IffogO «Ho25 80 to 30 81 to 35 86 tc 40 41 fo 45 18 to 50 Ad* Moat Be In Otttc« Day Before Publication One Three Six One Days Days Month Day .45 .60 75 90 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 1 20 1 35 1 50 . . Rates are for Continuous .„ ,. v Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. Me- Williams at McWilliams Seed gtore. -Hope, Arkansas. 9-1 mo 1639 CHEVROLET COUPE, Titf excellent condition. Sec it at 815 West 6th street. ' 0-Gt ELECTRIC PORTABLE~PHONO- graph. Phone 1014-.T after 6 p.m. ^ _ 0-3t UPRIGHT PIANO IN VEKY GOOD condition, $100. See at 404 West 5th Street, 11-31 Wanted ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELD- orly lady during winter months. Mrs. Rogers. Phone 9802 between 8 and 5 and after G p.m. Phono 1190-.M. 0-tf CHINA shelves care of 10-fit BOW OR OVAL FRONT cabinet, four or five high. Write box OR in Hope Star. FOR PLAIN OH FANCY SEWING See Mr?. Kalie Altom, 500 Wnst Division Street, Phone 180-W. 11-lt Wanted fro Buy E EG INNE R WA NTS" B A E Y~PIGS and small heifer calves H Carlson, Route 2, Box 150, Hope, Arkansas. 0-6t fist-ate for Sale FIVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE, Venetian" blinds, floor 'furnace, attic fan, good neighborhood, on East 15th Street. Buy and move in. Price 'reduced to Si,500 cash, balance $3,350 payable S28. per tnonth. This is a real buy. Floyd Porterfield & Son. 9-3t NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY, Stock of goods and fixtures. Small living quarters. In residential dis- , trict. Phono 1258. 9-3t MY HOME -AT" 123~SoioTH~ W ASH- ington stijeet. 5 rooms, 2 bed•rooms, screened back porch. Lot 50 x 220;.; pavement paid out. Close in.'Pay 1/3 down, will carry balance. : See Erie Ross at O. 1C. Barber Shop or phone G39-J, Hope Arkansas; 10-3t '4 ROOM HOUSE TO MOVETsEE Mrs.^J, R. Allen. 7 miles South East."of Shover Springs or write Route 1,, Emmet, Arkansas. 11-31 For Rent 2- 3-ROOM UNFURNISHED apartirienfs, near Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. ,1. E. Schooley. 11-tf 3 ROOM .FURNISHED • APART- ment, private entrance, private bath and electric refrigerator. 321 N. Hamilton. Phone 835-J. 9-3t 445-ACRE FARM. 108 ACRES IN cultivation. Plenty of running water. Good five-room house. See Mrs.:Callie,Hatfield after 3 p.m. at 815-South Main .Street, Hope, . or Phone 404-R. 9-3t 3-ROOM "UNFURNISHED -APART- ment. Private bath and' private entrance. Couple preferred. 220 East' 2nd Street, Phone 114-R. ' 11-3t MODERN APARTMENT. "322 West, Division, .Phone 33G-W. W. T. Franks. 11-3L Salesman Wanted A GOOD POSITION FOR A GOOD man! Write Box 98 for full information/ 8-Gt Notice 'For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS 8ee?uSi-"Vi mile East of Hope On Highway 4 Gentry; - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used ^Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrinerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters NeVv and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 Let (Jfs Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or moke your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 WE HAVE Seed Oats, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe Youmans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas REFRIGERATION SERVICE is out business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes "of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 12SQ OF 1231-J Nights and Sundays 118 Edgewood Hope WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo Enough By Wentbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Thursday, November'11, ope-Smackovesr in I am sorry to lot him t,o. for h; was very useful to me for moic than a year, but I am giving Mmry Wallace his unconditional release and I doubt that you will hear much more about him The authorship of the babbling letters to Nick Hocrich has been established and I hope I may any without immodesty that the revelation of Bubblchcad'n tangled conduct cut down his popular vole from a potential of six million, the figure which .Jim Farley mentioned last T ; ,- , spring, to about a million voters. T ' r . r "! 1 , a !; c ' ( '"', tc , r /J m " n S Some tea-leaf readers then thourht i cl ' llcial battles will bo the Big Six r --; ---- ~ i^...... u,,. r icum Henry would wf niWw ""im"^ 'Triple A) feud between Little; 111 th .° natlon woul d desire. If Jen- Isen is slopped one week, Swaner goes and vice versa." By CARL BELL Associated Press Sports Editor Blue chips will be stacked high in Arkansas high school football games tomorrow 'Frii. night, and several district championships, may bo determined. Front Henry would get eight million votes, but all this was goose-bone prophecy. Speculation and prediction will continue, however and the election will find experts and po sters at it again as though nothing had ever happened. Docs a baseball seer retire because the he picks up inherspring. One day service in .. town. Bright Mattress Company, Phone 930-J-2. 1-2 V ; SPECIAL . "xMAS RATES ~FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts • a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 3C9-W City Hall. 4-lmo ANYONE K N O W I N G THE whereabouts of a white porch swing removed Halloween Night from 015.East 2nd street, please call 200. s Jensen, Swaner Makes California Click Says Coach Berkeley, Calif., Nov. 11 —(/P)— California's Bears on the road toward the undefeated season and a possible trip to the Rose Bowl possess all the qualities-of a winning football team. "What makes tha.-Bears click?" Lynn Waldorf, massive and genial coach who is producing the first unbeaten California- team in a decade offers this' explanatory formula: "Fullback Jackie Jensen and Right Half Jack Swaner are the key to pur offense. They constitute a terrific offensive punch any team 9 Ex-Yerger Rock and Pine Bluff. The Tigers and the Zebras once were the Hatfields and the McCoys of schoolboy football. Their rivalry was so intense that their contests often outdrew college games. Pine Bluff fortunes tumbled in recent years and the rivalry lost its glitter. But il promises to be like old times when the two T-genred Powers gel together in Little -Rock v sa.M3?n "" , ot speak,™,, old- W i»>i two wins and a' loss. ' n US haV ° r ° U SU !~-° North Liule nock ' whic h i Dewey was pracli- the title scramble a three-cornered 11 -3t .Paris, Nov. ill- -V(UP)ss- China charged in the United Nations political committee today that Chinese Communists are using 50,0(10 Japanese war prisoners as artillerymen, airmen and tankmen in the war in . China. : "' i • Another : 30,000 Japanese are doing"lehcnical work" in Manchuria for the Communists, T. F. fsiang of China said. He said the Japanese were -taken prisoners by the Russians and' turned over to Chinese Communists. Tsiang was opposing Russia's proposal for a.one-third cut in the armed forces .p.f the Big Five powers within one year. He said disarmament was impossible for Nationalist China in her present plight. — ...,..: Tsiang said China would propose UN action for "disarming (Communist) fifth columns throughout the world." . Despite the fact that the outcome was sure to be negative as regards any reduction in armaments, UN diplomats were ready to argue the Soviet proposal and ultimately to adopt a resolution underscoring the desirability of arms cuts when they can be based on international confidence. The UN majority, under Anglo- American leadership, was prepared to reject the Russian proposal as unacceptable at this stage ot international relations. The disarmament debate was scheduled in the political committee at an afternoon or night meeting. The entire UN setup was shut down for the morning in a half-day carried with eclat or lost too rowly as to disprove the "labor" licked him. This ,, on the latter's idea that home field. The Leopards, with m,Tili "lu'""" "V"' • L '" a fact onl y three wins and no losses, already muddles the confusion again. It is! have clinched at least a tie for lutile to accept explanations which first place. Benton and Catholic T r * C , ° n , slght ' Hish ' cach once-beaten, still have i JUKI two homely parallels in a chance for a share of the top situation of old events on the spot. p sport side. When ~ '~ Dempsey the first those who made that colly in or he never would" have slammed the White House door iorcver m his own face -by calling President Truman a "rude, un- co.uth, ignorant man." True, he thought the better of it after a sleep bul: his scared statement that he had not authorized quotation pf his remarks was neither truthful nor extenuating. Dan To- bm, the doddering king of thc teamsters, and his regent, Dave Beck of Seattle, wore equally at loss and missed the bandwagon. uJ 1 r^' Lewi s had been at war with Truman for years so this was only another proof that his authority ends when the miner votes This brings us to the fact that the miscalled labor vote still flouts the orders of the union bosses and the alarms of candidates. There is a theory afloat that a "labor vote" elected Mr. Truman in response to his unblushing recitation of all the iprmulated union claptrap about the Tafl-Harllcy Act. But. "labor" m that evil sense of an honest word, is concentrated in centers of population which Governor Dewey nar- affair with a record equal to Pine Bluff's. will risk its chances against a tough band of Grizzlies at Fort Smith. When the Philander Smith Col- legc Panthers meet Campbell Collego of Jackson, Mississippi. Sntur- ] day night at Mammons Field, cighl : fates on the Philadcr squad will ! bo familiar to Hope fans. Plight former Yerger Tigers will moke the trip with the Philander Loam and including Ralph Palmer, star at Yerger last year and one' of the most heralded Negro high school football players in. the last decade. Other former Yerger gridders making the trip are James Lloyd. Amos Black, Ernest Haney, George Lollis, Frank Noble. Lee Stuart Eligah Taylor and Ralph Palmer' New York, Nov. .11 — (jp) — Lee Nalle.y of Vanderbilt is well on his way to setting a new all time col record for returning lege football punts. The National Collegiate Athletic Bureau reported today that Nalley i has run back 31 punts for 557 yards in - - • „ .._,,. . —...., *.i-*v.iiii..j *.«_»!.,jfJIJULVJO Other Big Six teams will playi m f? ven games. Only two. players non-division games, El Dorado ln hlstor y,have returned punts for eoing to Texarkana and Hot Cleveland Trying fo Find Spot for O'Neill Cleveland, Nov. 11. —(UP)— Admitting that they were trying to forge working agreements with three teams in the Pacific Coast League, the Cleveland Indians said today they might find a job there or somewhere—for Steve O'Neill" A club spokesman said the In- dinns were negotiating with San Diego, Sacramento, and Hollywood and. if a wovldnt; agrei'tnpnt i:; made. "O'Neill is n possibility for a managership, if lie has found nothing else in the meantime." O'Neill was released last Saturday as manager of Ihe Detroit Tigers. !o \c Named Star of Springs entertaining Rus'sellville. First place—and probably .the championship — in District ' 7-AA will be at stake when Plope visits Smackovcr. The Bobcats of Hope, who suffered their first loss of thn season at the hands of Little Rock last. week, are undefeated . in district comnolilion and can sew up the tille by winning this week. Smackover. with one district set- l ->ncl<- conld do no worse than tie yar ., . ,-for the championship if it beat n "^ tl ? wlth 18 for 239 Hope. Other statistics released more yards in a full season. And Nalloy has four games left to plav. BUI Geycr of Colgate set the all- time record of GIG yards in 1941. The second best total is 583 yards by Bosh Pritchard, now of the professional Philadelphia eagles. He set it in 1939 at Virginia Military Institute. Second to Nalley in today's figures is Jack Mitchell of Oklahoma. He has returned 18 punts for 416 yards. Bud French, Kansas, is I Last night at Hammons Stadium Yerger High and Nashville High of Texarkana battled to a G-G tie before a fairly large crowd. The game was rugged throughout and featured bruising line play by both elevens. Despite the cold both touchdowns came through the air. Texarkana passed to the Yerger i Qarly in the second quarter and crashed over on Ihe next play. Yerger tied it up in the. third" period also on a long aerial. .... Selected Golfer of the Year Little Hock. Nov. 11 —l:rl—Mag- nolia A. and M.'s Center Harold Brinsnn who wns named 1h" Arkansas Intercollegiate conference "star of the week" would have received that honor solely for his defensive play in the Muleridcrs 7-G victory over Arkansas State Teachers College last Saturday. But he also scored the touch down that put A. and M. back in the ball game, intercepting a pass and carrying the ball -15 yards lo thc goal line. Brinson was one of four forwards nominated as "star of thc week" in the Associated Press' weekly poll of AIC coaches. Others were End Carey Leatherood, Arkansas A. and M.: Guard Ray Brown, Arkansas College, and Guard Jim Herringlon. Also nominated" were Quarterback George Savary. Little Rock Junior College, and Halfbacks Cliffort Rotton, Arkansas State, and Danny Sarna. Oxarks. It's likely to be all over except for the shoutinc in the District 4-A race after Waldron and Mena tangle at Waldron. The host team is setting the pace with four victories and no defeats, while Menn has only a tie to mar its record. Malvern can win undisputed claim to the District 5-A crown by beating Benton " - •• • by the NCAB were foi kickoffs. today runbacks of ._. pass receiving and interceptions and punting. Bill Gregus of Wake Forest is tops in kickoff returns. He's ^ '.•-Vt.llllLj. iltO U I JS J~ brought back 16 for 420 yards. Jo I Year. I Chicago, Nov. 11 — (UP) —Bantam Ben Hogan, who has finished in the money in every tournament he has entered this year, today added another title to "his long li.s'l of honors as the Professional 'Golfers' Association's "Golfer of the parallels in events on the Tunney fought time most of a professional practice of picking winners for a lew cents a copy, then the standard price of papers before Truman in- llation, were convinced that Blue- jaw couldn't lose. The few who nicked Tunney, like those who pro- lessed to be confident of Mr Truman's victory. wore personal one de- wisdom, their loy friends or dependents of gree or another. Their threfore. was divided by ally and self-interest. • A, 11 / 1 ' in thc s;lm e vein, we have in Mr. Iruman a buck Cinderella, a fellow who. as it were, had to tape his own hands, carry his own bucket and swing his own towel. Like Jimmy Brnddock, a tighter of very similar characteristics, im- nrobable, rejected, and forlorn, Mr. Iruman won by himself And he won despite the men who owed him help but denied him oft ere cock-crow. He seems a bitter fel- observance of the Armistice'anni'- '°w, for his closing remarks were versary. . fierce warnings of "revenge to be Backstage the UN . .diplomats jtaken if he won as now he has If were working on conflicting plans'''-hat be so, surely ho owes more for dealing with Palestine, and un' 1 "'" ' " new but still vague schemes for easing or solving the Berlin crisis. Euclora will be at Crossett for a gome which will decide which of the two will fight it out with Warren for the District 8-A championship. Other games include: Fayotteville at Robers (1AA). Sprimidale at Joplin, Mo. Van Buren, at Siloam Springs. -: Jonesboro at Batesville. Newport at Walnut Ridge. Conway at Searcy. Blytheville at Brinkely. Osceola at Helena. • Humbolt, Term, at ParaijouH Catholic high at Movnliton' (Thursday). Subiaco at Catholic High dav). Mansfield ,at Paris .(4A). Clarksville at Greenwood Mansfield at Paris (4A). Deaf School at Magnet (5B1. Elaine at Forrest City. Stuttgart at Marianna. Fordyce at Camden. Arkadelphia at Nashville Ourdon at Deueen (7A1. Magnolia at Gaynesville, Warren at Lake Village (Sun (4A). Cove (7A), La. Freeman of the University of Portland is second with 385 yards. Bill Boston of Montana State has the best punting average. 45.3 yards — but the second and fourth place men are the ones with a chance to break the record. Thc PGA announced that the nation's sporlswriters almost unanimously selected Hogan for thc title. - ' Lloyd Mangrum, runner-up to Hogan in official PGA money win•„•- ,. i.nmgs this year, also ran second to Carolina him in the poll. The only other golf •"" Bos- ; ers even to receive mention in the voting were young Skip Alexander and colorful Jimmy Demaret. Hogan, who makes- his home in Hershey. Pa., -has won nine of twelve tournaments since May 19. In two of them he finished in a tie for second. In addition, he be-, ever to win I ton has kicked only 27 times Justice 44. The record of 43.3 set last year by Les Plamer of North Carolina State calls for a minimum of 50 punts. Hall Haynes of Santa Clara is second in the averages with 43.3 but has kicked just 33 iur s. times. Paul Stombaugh of Furmanlcame the first golfer an early season leader in the de- the PGA champfonshi portmont is 'fourth HG has tinnf tH w + jy*«*u*»* t .. ,_ „. y ^,.. u ed 57 times and his average is 43.1. I open in%nTy Q ea!Sand C .hVs O $32 a il°2 n .n 1 •£• = a , tchos '" Saturday's game official PGA jpditifc winnings leads with Duke made Red O'Quinn of the field. ' 'HiMWci^gc of CT3t Wake Forest the No 1 pass receiv- strokes 70 rounlf of tournament er in the country. He's caught 31 competition makes him the top' er in the country. He's caught 31 for 521 yards and six touchdowns. Jim Ford of Tulsa also has caught 31, but has carried them only 3G6 yards. O'Quinn is the first player to lead pass receivers for two difference weeks ihis season. , Bill Olson of Columbia hasn't intercepted a pass since the fourth game of the season — he's played seven — but he still leads the nation in interceptions with seven. Three of them came in his first game, against Rutgers. contender for the Vardon trophy'. And he also is .well ahead of all other golfers in Ryder cup squad points, with 91G'. 1 Niqhfr Rieady Unload Bears The Palestine negotiations boiled i down to a diplomatic duel.over the ' appointed to consider the Negev situation marked time over the half holiday to give its members an opportunity to suiay proposals by Dr. Ralph Bum-he, actini; UN medi- hurtful and desrading punishment to William O'Dwyer. of New York o Jimmy Roosevelt and Eleanor lo I'rank Hague, lo Jim Curloy, of ., -- - --,--- ~ ...,_.,.,,>v, I.,.. ,Boston, to Jake Arvey of Chicapo Negev, the parched semi-wasteland ' ^'-nator Pepper of Florida Henry of South Palestine where the Jews Wallace, Tobin and Reck 'of the had scored receni military victor- teamsters, Johnson of the railroad 'engineers and Harold Ickes than lo men who never too!; his food or fee but met him " enemies. LI prelude lo coming .TSBernbiy"' d'tT- i fessed bate on the overall Palestine situa- ' tion. The British had what was described as hesitant American backing. A • j I " i i< " -------•-"•••v. ^ i i m. o i_, uu j U jut. i j ti v y il I lij Vi'L'l'C'Ci H M 1 ^1 i*** c c A security council .committee "ot loruet. Naturally. Republicans call from {he S. S Swa rt iinorev"c JtllM fl!V fiint in i.i ,,.-.,.,-. , . • j ,. i i ! j ,. . i -.. . . «•••••' <vjj i_ v n_- ies against an outclassed Egyptian invasion force. British olticials sought UN security council action to force the Jews to yield their Negev gains as frankly - Baruch. as pro- iJeinocruts in debt to (he , ,-,, .,- Iouse - turned Truman down at Philadelphia. It was. for » fact. ;i sore humiliation that a man of pndo and masculine ethics could Newark, N. J., Nov. 11 — </f\— Now that the New York Yankees have admitted that they want to unload the costlv Newark Bears! franchise of the . Triple. A. Interna- • ' ! onal Lo.-itTiie.-i the only cmestion i Sault Sic. Marie.. Onl., Nov. 10 — (UP)— Old maps dating back t.o 1!!4-1, more than 100 years before the atom bomb, led "to the new uranium strike along the Eastern shore of Lake Suerpior, it was reported today. The find was made a month aj;o by Robert Campbell, head of the Camray syndic-ale after a sum- iruM-long search. He said he followed old references dating back to 1844 that showed pitchblende deposits in the region. Campbell covered GO miles of shoreline before picking up readings on the Geifier counter, and managed to stake 30 claims before other geologists and mining companies heard of it. Campbell's claim is on a cove in Th°ona Poinl on Alona Bay. 72 miles south of Ihis border ' town. It is in a region well known to American vacationists and fishermen. Thc actual strike ore can be reached only by a trail cut through the lonely scrub limber to mileage 75 on Highway 17(i. Nearly ?0 resort hotels in the isolated country are jammed in the nonnallv slack season and miners are living in hastily erected shacks and tents. About 500 American and Caandian miners already have Little Rock, Nov. 11 —(/P)— Pair, ings wore completed today for Ar-> kansar, high school football play of Is. which bedn Nov. 10. Stale champions in Double A, A and 13 divisions are determined by the playoffs. The: oairim's were announced by •I. M. Burnett:, executive secretary of the Arkansas Athletic Associa. lion, following a meeting of the association's executive committee.: The District 7 championship of | the Double A may be settled tomorrow night when Hope plays Smackovcr. The district titlist will play Van Buren. District 1 winner. Russellville. champions of Distridt 4. will meet Blvlhcvillc, titlisls of District 3, in Hie other meeting. Only four of the eight districts jh.-ivc competition in the Double A i division. 1 Sites of the playoff garner will bo determined by agreement of the schools if possible, and by the l executive committee if necessary. : Finals of the Double A will be I played on December H. Many of the district champions in t'ne A and B divisions arc un- jclccidcd but games tonight and lo j morrow night will settle some of ! these doubtful places. Thc pair ,ins?s follow: ; Class A j District 1—Bonlonvilln or ".ilonrrf 'Springs vs. District 4 — Waldron :or Mena. District 2—Nr-woort or Balcsville 'vs. Districts—Malvern or Benton. ! District 3 — Paragoukl, selected | over Marked Tree by thc commil- iteo. vs. District. G—Helena. District 7—Nashville vs. District K—Warren. Class B District 1—Invited team vs. Dis tri'-t 4 - Hartford or Dnrdanelle. District 2—Pocnbontas vs. Dis- Iricl 5—Bauxite 'neither title deli nitely decided >. District 3 — West Memphis vs. District (i-—Elaine. Dislrict 7 — Foreman. Strong, (Fail-view v.s. District 8 — Lake i Village. i The A and B teams will play second round games on December i", and finals on December 10. i A meeting between thc Double IA winner and the champions of the Big Six Triple A conference may be held on December 10 if (the two teams desire such a play off. staked out claims. -••'Tests of pitchblende discovered .' in the region, made in Ontario government laboratories, show 60.1 ' per cent radio active minerals and ' 59.1 uranium ore. Local miners predict the find has "scnsation-'il pos- . sibilities." The, Camrny Syndicate reported- I ly'has an 80 per cent interest in •''the original claims and Campbell " jholds the rest. But according to i old maps the Quebec and Lake i Superior Mining Association still - iholds a big tract staked out years .< I ago on the strength of native cop- pc" showings. i So far prospectors can only ; stake along the .shoreline. Officials |;:t the Ontario department of mines . I said staking rights in the lake for I the water mining were withdrawn 'more than 30 years ago. By The Associated Press •<>,,,u ^./.-.mie., uio onlv cmr-st White Planes, N. Y.—Nicky Mis- that remains to be answered 'is- tovich, 148. Youngytov.'n, outpoint- "«••• '>-- ••••., .ft! Buddy Holdcrfield, 148, Little I Rock, 8. I Akron. O.—Phil Muscato. ;B"!'f.a!o, knocked out Shamus O'Brien 184, New York, 8. Miami. Fla.—Tommy Gbmex. 174 1-4, Tampa, slonped F : ;lel Arciniega, 175 3-4, Madrid, 3. to get How are the Yanks rid of the Boars? Co-owner Dan Topping finallv 138, i.cnnfinnod the rumors that the ianks want out yesterday when h" said the Bears definitely wore for sale. He added thai he'd probably be able to clarify the situation today There are j.overal San Francisco, Nov. 11 — (UP) — The navy prepared today to fend a plane 1,500 miles out over the Pacific ocean to quell a "17111- tinv" led by eigiit baby elephants Ihe navy answered n distress i'nd dissenting essayists would! lory, a modern Noah's light him, but these were his own cargo of animals for people and they didn't fight but i *oos. sneered. If he is a conventional ' Tin Amencanjie must still respect th .- ,,.,..„ , - arc ' ^overal major league By United Press clubs thai might be interested in Bingharnton, — Ton Masciarella, I buying Ihe Bears—-if only to own 158, New York, outpointed Ernie n Triple A club. Thc <vib thai bnvs Butler, 154, Washington, D. C. however, will have to be williiv' D'uT* Yo , l ' k — <J «-Tiaicn Arena) — to lose money in return for liie rto"- Bill Murphy, 120, Brooklyn, out vclopmenl of players for the pointed Jimmy Watkins, 136, New London. Conn. (G). ark with Americans FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM A»phalt Tile • Rubber Tll« ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ship reported that the "pass" were complaining bc- iood supplies were running .State's Rights DeJiiocrats who lougln him on issues as declared |1"\\ opponents. He neve,- has believed! The floaliii!? x.oo's m so-called suc'ial program him- includod 17 rvn ,, O nwyer Hague and Curley not, bears, three crates of duel s four only quit h,m: They insulted him. crates of snakes and a cr ,'te of .liminy Uoosevelt. a rifi.-iv parasiK ...... " passenger lisl - ncuod 17 crates of mo, k?vs "o crates of birds, three crates' of . lioosevelt, a party who fattened at the tniiifih and Kave nothing, publicly belittled inn in I.os Anseles. Eleanor and 1-eon Henderson, a marvel of levi-iFar East "Lines said the lation \vho stayed up for several j-sters. about four foot Years without visible means of ' ' ' LET FOY DO IT • Level yards * D|Q Post Hole* * Plow Gardens * Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work, HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles OEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-0770 port. or t ;ani/ed a thing called llu- Americans; for Democratic Action which yelled for Eisenhower or Douglas. The old H irl came llinmnh with a letter at the last Jinnute after Truman had barn- ."••lornu'il the country on his own but il had the sound of a plea her Sliumil job in the United jtions. her last means of public at- lleniion. She hail to write it. Tni- |inan mif-ht iolerate her, but Dewey 1 certainly wouldn't. So what had sh<> to lose? They haven't the finysl eharar , Ijer. these professional bleeding I hearts. after all his scurrilous! abuse „! R,,!,,,,-, )(. WeC'orniic!-- I Jnhii HoeUn;er. Ann.i's li""baiul IHK..I- W:.'ht, called ,in -MeCurmirk eats. But the baby elephants complained the most over the shovl rations. A spokesman for the Pacific young. , . t " JV-UL tall inid weighing about 800 pounds each we,-e trying to "kick the ship to pieces. A navy phmo loaded up with light bales oi hay one for each elephant — and several crates of .worms for the hungry birds The sinp reported that hundreds of ex- tor otic birds were raising a «<mawl- Na- : because their worm ration had been eiit in half. They were joined in the din by tlie monkeys, bears and cats Hie navy plane will parachute ,lu- emergency rations into the oeean. and it will be up to the ships crew to fish them out Eight people could be seated at a table in 41,120 different ways. have been in the red .... i several years now. j A mother house wren fed her babies 1217 times in n single day. Actor Answer to Prcvlouf Puzzle movie performer 27 Before 29 Pitch FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber •— $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS i- will meet again n Friday morning. Trie Berlin iK'^utiatioiis ivvohvd nround Seoreiary General Trvgve Lie oi the UN and Juan A Bram- UHliu uf Argentina, leader of earli.-r ir.fdJalii.ui efi'oj-K- in eounei!. Hrunumlia w lo call tijj'.t.-tln delc,';.-il< .s on ih discuss I.u-'s |.'i meant; of ijuUin;! Poor Protection Only 5 per cent of the homes in tn.'- United States are equipped i with portable hand fire extin- i gui.shei-K. despite the fart tint nearly 30IUIOU home fires occurred K-IV in liMti. :-ideivd. but sent him away. After! all his abuse of Truman'. Ickes i came in toward the end for obvious j motives. Turned columnist after he ' ona tue cabinet lest he be fired by Inimun, he soon lost his Washing. ton client. The Star, by a brutal attack un the facts of a known situation. iii-s cost the old miser money, a r;ie turn, and his vanity writhed, i'-'iw In- hail no soapbox in hi.-, "v.n town. It is strange tliat Tru'- n::ui reeei\- l -d him. for he swings n,) \ute but his ov.'n. HORIZONTAL 7 Down 1,7 Pictured 8 Employ actor 9Pyrexia (pl.) 11 Congressman 10 Rim away 12 Genus of herbs from 14 Dry 11 Salt 15 Forefather 12 Indian weight 17 Level 13 Hostelry 18 Lion 16 Musical note 19 Victims of leprosy 21 Even (contr.) 22 Born 24 Courtesy title 25 Moth 26 Cape 26 He is a 28 Hops' kilns 31 Symbol for erbium- 32 Sloth 33 Direction 36 Fish 58 Spinning toy 40 Play on words •il Her 43 Trying experience 48 Spanish commander 51 Ireland 53 Ventilates 54 Firearm pellet 55 Ditch 57 Church custodians 59 Essential being 60 Diners VERTICAL 1 At this place 2 Vegetables 3 Little mass 4 Near 5 Flower 6 Fall in drops 30 Small draught 46 Gaelic 19 French article 34 Cubic meters 47 On the ocean 20 Steamship 35 Toward (ab.) 36 Cubic (ab.) 23 Electrical unit 37 Grapnei 39 Italian river 40 Plural (ab.) 41 Harden 42 Charter 44 College cheer 45 The gods planned fo suit yow perfectly They give you a maximum of quality at the lowest possible m-ice Because 1203 stores hsve voluntarily concentrated their vast purchasing power for economies in production an:l distribution savings which .-ire, in turn, passed along t.o you. 40.00 to 47.50 WILLIS MEN'S STORE FOR LITTLE MEN TOO Depot Corner Hope, Ark. ]oH U ' H p m K P- in. K <-'.s of Sher evc ''' v Sllntla - v 49 Electrified particles 50 Delirium tremens (ab.) 52 Abstract being 54 Sainte (ab.) 56 Symbol for cerium 58 Christ (ab.) PLAN TO BUILD YOURS BEVERLY HILLS We have a good selection of choice lots available now — Don't wait Buy Today — All utilities will be furnished and the cost included in the price of the lot — Phone 221 1> fl

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