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Page Four CLASSIFIED A«J* Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One — r Words Up to 15 16 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 2G to 30 . 31 to 35 . 86 to 40 , 41 to 45 . tfi to 50 ... Day Days Days Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.90 6.00 1.50 --1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1,50 Rates are for ^Continuous ... „, Insertions Only * All Want Ads Cash in Advance * Not Taken Over the Phone 250 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E M McWilliams at McWilJiams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo 1939 CHEVROLET 3/4 TRUCK new motor, good condition. Hazel 13-Gt Dixons Service Station, and Division Streets. Playoff Games in Arkansas Tonight By The Associated Press the TURKEYS, FANCY CORN FED finished on Purina Falcna. Quality unsurpassed. Phone 18 or __808-W. Dr. Alexander. IG-Ot 150 GALLON BUTANE~TANK IN good condition. See Harvey-Allen at Tol-E-Tex Station or 302 South Washington street. 17-61 SEE FINIS JOHNSON FOR choice pigs. Washington, Arkansas, Phone 2. ]8-Gt ONE HEAVY DUTY CATERPlL" lar pull grader and terracer for S325.00. C. B. Ward, Emmet, Arkansas. j8-Gt SMALL GENTLE BAY PONvT any child can ride it. Bargain for $50. Johnny Cox. Phone (i31-W. 19-3t If (he opener Is any indication, ie Arkansas high school football championship playoffs will be high scoring affairs. Waldron inaugurated the weekend of first round play last (Thursday) night by defeating Bentonville 20-1!) in a Class A conest at Bcnlionville. The Bulldogs piled up then- 20 points in the first, second and fourth quarters and then saw Bentonville score two quick touch- Idowns and miss a tie when a |plunge for an extra point fell jincncs short. All but two other playoff games are scheduled tonight. Smackover and Van Buren play a Double A contest in El Dorado Saturday night and Elaine and West Memphis meet in a Class B encounter in Forrest City Tuesday. Games tonight are: Class AA: Russeliville at Blythevillc. Class A: Batesvillc vs. Benton at Scarcy ^Paragould vs. Helena at Forrest Warren at Nashville. Class B: Hartford at Dormott. Pocahontas at Bauxite. Camdcn Fail-view vs. Lake Village. For Rent TWO. ROOM FURNISHED downstairs apartment. Telephone 32. Mrs. J. W. Turner. 17-31 THREE ROOM FURN?SHED apartment. Private entrance and private bath. Frigidaire. 321 N Hamilton. Phone 835-J. 18-3t THREE LARGE UNFURNISHED rooms. Private entrance. $15.00 Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Perhaps it has always been so out in this day a man who speaks of honor or endorses decency as ideals for men invites ridicule and a suspicion of sanctimony. I think of Notre Dame and the Military Academy as two American schools tor men which conspicuously dare to preach these ideals. Harvard was_yaliant, but I would not association now. Some think of Harvard . with personal virtue HOPE STAR, HOP!/ ARKANSAS Santa Clara/ Wake Forrest Dixie Bowl Pick Santa Clara, Calif., Nov. 10 —fyp) —Santa Clara's Broncos have been invited to meet Wake Forest in the Dixie Bowl at Birmingham, Ala., New Year's Day, Coach Lor! Casanova said today. The Santa Clara athletic board voted not to act on the bid until after the last football game of the regular .season Nov. 27 against Micrigan Slate San Francisco. Santa Clara has won seven out of nine games this fall, losing only to California and Southern Method- per month. Phone 744. 014 N. Andrews. 19-3t BEDROOM, KITCHEN AND bath, furnished. 805 South Main Phone 216-J. Wanted to Rent FOUR OR FIVE ROOM HOUSE Cliff Stewart. O. K. Barber Shop. 19-3t Real Estate for Sale DUPLE APARTMENT, 215 NORTH Horycy. Each unit contains 5 rooms and bath, screened in porch and garoije. Reduction for onsh sale. See John L. Wilson Jr. Phone 430. 10-Gt For Sale or Trade 1946 WILLYS JEEP. IN A-l CON- cmion. Phone 9GO-R. See at G19 West 3rd Street. IG-Gt Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. •W,. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-Imo SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28;Nights, 369-W City Hall. 4-lmo Lost BLACK AND WHITE POINTER aged 18 months. Answers to name "Mac". Liberal reward. Phone 21C-W or notify E. A. McDowell. 17-3t The first free public bath in this country was established in Chicago in 1904. For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. Va 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 refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 »' IHL-J Nlshts and Sunday* 119 Edaewood Hope Ouachita Is Invited to Bowl Game , A( r ka delphia, Nov. 9 —(/P)—Colors football . team, which will play two postseason bowl Igames, are blue and while. But you won't catch the iigcrs wearing blue jerseys Coach Wcs Brad'shaw's boys started the season wearing blue 101'f flirt. ..,;< 1- ...i *i . . ° " *• v " • — • - - »«*- ins vv , ijui i it; Notre Dame and West Point undergraduates will explode at the innocence of my belief and I know loo well that many ex-soldiers will bitterly ridicule the very mention of honor in West Point officers. Though mention of the virtues • s ? c fps pietistical and men speak 01 them only in derision, that is mostly bravado. Men arc not as devilish as they want to seem. But oy an interesting affectation, this By CARL BELL breed of toms will disown a man of , -- •« >¥ «li V^lOU >t 11 c.1 lllcil] wno defaults his word in business Little Rock, Nov. 19 — (/I 5 )—A fore- put excuse or envy a fellow who caster with a season reco " betrays .a sacred • vow. (right, ~~ As to whether Notre Dame meni, a - look keep their honor active — whether Iincrs: they "work at it"—in after life I have an opinion. The most vehement appeal to the conscience of a venal politician in our time, entitled "Open Letter To A Boss," n >» < 1-. „ TD ,. -. T-. » i _ - _ ' By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr. Wow York, Nov. 19 —W)—Except for a possibly long discussion of bonus legislation, a matter which doesn t concern him much, National League President Ford Christopher Frick is looking for a rather quiet time at the winter baseball meetings next month. . ."There may be considerable talk about the bonus rule and several amendments have been proposed," Frick admitted, "but I won't comment on that because I'm not an operator, r. , ' eE1 K Lle it's only a matter of book keening. Besides, one person says this and another says that, and I don't know what is the right solution. . .Outside of that, everybody is prosperous and everybody is happy. Nobody even wants to to start a fight—but let attendance fall off four or five million and they'll start something." On that basis, the minor league gatli- ering this winter may produce the action. , the Rev. Daniel A. Lord, S ,1 was directed straight at Tom Pen- dcrgast, of Kansas City. It could have been addressed to Hague of Jersey City Kelly of Chicago and Curley of Boston. They are all alike with personal variations except that only Pcndergast would take a rake-off from the degradation oi girls who were children of the neighbors about the plains. Arkansas over Tulsa— the -fans won't get to see Clyde Scott because he's injured, but Ray Parks ' , Ray Parks Gordon Long. Leon (Muscles') Campbell and Ross Pritchard can get the job done. Southern Methodist over Baylor —this one could surprise, but how can you go against the Ponies when they pull 'em out of the fire like they have the last two weeks? Rice over Texas Christian— The Owls are as good as anybody if no) better, at this time of year Blytheville over Russeliville ' — here's the top game of the first *., J£ tar ™ m my '"tention to i round of the Class AA high school say that Notre Dame men are Playoffs. The Chicks not only have 1 an edge in material but will be at home. Smackover to beat Van Buren— - . -••••*- iHV-IJ U. J. I»T not men of honor in the workaday value of the word. They certainly are not, however, as famous for ...^.^ tu U ^ UL V un m , re n— their honor as civic leaders as for the bucks from soutlh Arkansas Lhnir nrnKHir i-, r., ™:i... i • P _ >», V* ^•,,.-. i _._.,, • , , . ^niibtib _, , very wo11 with a Pencler- We have been getting, better sua- T and P St> a H£1 SUC, a Kelly and a Cur- ih" 1 °y a ? Sood as these men have ave been bad and it is natural to look to the direction oC South Bond. West Pointers arc better than P 1 ?," . who worc UIlf aithful to the Tur i .. -•--— •. *_ * i_ i-iiiiMiniLLii LU Cdtr West Point code would give us to believe. In reply to the common Fights Last Night By the Associated Press Philadelphia— Ike Williams, 139 ?£ S?'-, N i ?' sl °l ;) ) 3ed Billy Nixon,' - Phll «idelphia, 4. (non-title ) - inneapolis - Glen Flanagan, ,M, St. Paul, outpointed Proctor Hcmold, 106, Oklahoma City, 10. By United Press Fall River, Mass. — Jose Con- m' }^ Fal1 Rivor - outpointed (Red) Priest, 159, Boston (10) Boston — Ralph Zanelli, 147 - 1-2 ^J" St ° ppecl Chicago (5). HnriHr Kaadik, , . New York — (Sunnyside Garden) —Tony Labua, 138, New York out- pointed Russell Howard, 142-1-4 Nes Nesv York <8). Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Rocky Cas- , . as- telluini 158 - ]-4, Luzernc; P outpointed George (Sonny) Home', 158 - 12. Niles, O., o;' Cal - "~ Jc ' ss e Flores, Stockton, Cal., knocked out Nicky SmH.h,j32. Los Angeles (10) Football ~^ By The Associated Press vs. Ohio State —NBC ™ I'ootball roundup — CBS 1:30 bird consecutive week of three- hour broadcasts of 25 or so games some of which are given in <" m- v-mlY^ie d0tai1 ' incluciillfi Il; "-Michigan-Ohio State'^UmfoVd-Cali- '•niia and Oklahoma-Kansas ' An^ y i !' KV r Si Sollthl -'''» Methodist ABC 1:45 Jrom Dallas, Texas North Carolina vs. Duke™ NBC from Chapel Hill, N. C., five-minute summary and other details be- -een half and at end of Michigan- no State broadcast. West \vere chasers overseas es Point wife said, "yes, and a lot of them weren't, but you never hear 01 them. jerseys with white numbers. They lost two of their first three games then the Tigers switched to, --,- ,„.,,„,>,„ while jerseys wUh blue numbers, remark that of course a lot of them iney haven't been beaten since "' winning six straight and earning bids to the Texoma Bowl at Deni son. lex., and a Shrine chanty game with Hardin-Simmons University in Little Rock. Commenting on this pigskin hocus-pocus. B r a d s h a w oaid we 11 play in the white jerseys as long as we win. At first we thought about new outfits for the bowl games but the boys would never part with those whiles " them. I have referred to the West code. Do officers forget it? Does the old Army game make it necessary for good men to break down to break even? The code begins on the fr th page the constitution notes the cadets' "bible?' Under the title of "Dedication" we find the traditions held sacred by the members of the long gray line are herein compiled. Cherish and pass them on." Next comes the cadet prayer which runs, "encourage us to live above the common level. Make us to choose the harder right instead pi the easier wrong and never to be conent with a half truth. Endow us with courage that is born of loyalty to all that is noble and worthy, that scorns to compromise with vice and injustice. Guard us against flippancy and irreverence n the sacred things. Help us to keep morally straight " m?9 i b ™ ef - address to the class of J0o2 by Mai.-Gen. Maxwell D, Taylor, the superintendent, who led the lough, disorderly 101st Airborne Division in France, also bears down on character." Their careers would "cleave to the immutable ethical values which p r ,*i < " i g '-eatest pride of West i "int. he wrote. "You must first ~ c, ~~~**~* every week and are a strong contender for the Class AA crown. Class A playoff selections — Batosville over Benton, Paragould over Helena, Nashville over Warren. Class B best bets — Dermott over Hartford, Bauxite to thump Pocahontas. West. Memphis to beat Elaine, Lake Village over Fairview. In the non-playoff prep games- Oklahoma City over El Dorado, fort Smith over Springdale, Pine Bluff over Catholic High, Jonesboro over Wynne, Malvern over Prescott, Hope over Arkadelphia, DeQueen over Horatio Magnolia A. & M. over Arkansas college—needing to win from now on to tie for the Arkansas Intercollegiate crown, the Muleriders won t slip up in this one. Arkansas Tech over Bethany—a dad's da" crowd will cheer on the wonder boys, who could do it without support. Arkansas A. and M. over Ozarks —the Aggies are in the AIC's upper crust; the mountaineers are far down the list. Little Rock J. C. over Hendrix— Ihe Trojans are tops in their own class, and Hendrix might not quite measure up to that. Arkansas State over Memphis State—you can't tell about the hot- and-old Indians, but it's time for them to be hot. Of , , . • •-• vn.1 1 1 I LI O I, J- 1 all be men of character. Str tor the attributes of character a ol leadership ' always." Only Upset Will Prevent Tie for AIC Title By the Associated Press Barring upset, the Arkansas and cleave to them .-• . i -i »••*., ^ ^ i iv w n a u a Intercollegiate Conference arid race will head toward the Thanksgiving Day wire in a two-way tie between Arkansas Tech and Mac- -lH-lli.l A r, „ ,1 Ti fT « Now what do we do? Do we of yearn this? Or whn W « " C ° ff ¥ a " awHy? If we do, who gains what by that? '"'" fii'st article under'"Missions the inn fW P St Ptunt code and system of honor covers more than re-id'- 1 Pafics '" lhc Uttl ° book - We "It is not just a set of rules— t is the code of the fighting man. U ib more to the army than a code;; it is almost a religion. As such, its principles paper minds of the i mciples cannot be put but must exist in the FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. 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Favorites By HAROLD CLAASEN New York, Nov. 19 —M 3 )—Always remembering that happiness can't buy money, this forecaster hurries through the next-to-last list of football games. Last week only 12 guesses went , "•••- i > -I..W tjvui^oi bad out of 75 chances for an average of 840. That brought the year's total of 514 correct picks. 113 incorrect for an average of .820. Here are winners: this week's sure-fire Michigan at Ohio State: If pro- game hysteria decided the contests this would be an Ohio victory now and no game tomorrow would be . n . eod «l. The Wolverines can't go to will ™ • rii- \ Bowl - Ar "cl neither Ohio State. Michigan. Vale at Harvard: Harvard's spinners will prove too much for the much-battered seven dwarfs of Yale. Harvard. Illinois at Northwestern: Art Murakowski is gaining the reputation as one of the best running backs m the country. Northwest 'Baylor at Southern Methodist aayJor was unbeaten in its firs six games, now has lost two in a row. Here's the third. SMU Stanford at California: Californ , F , urm .ari at Georgia: Georgia Washington Slate at Michigan fK ,i, George Cuerre will make the West Coast team wish it had remained at home. Michigan State Darmouth at Princeton: Prince- Northwestern SMU Likely to Get Bowl Bids New York, Nov. 19 •—I/T) — TWO of the richest New Year's Day bowl prizes are up for grabs to'- morrow, and chances are that the Northwestern Wildcats and the Southern - Methodist Mustangs will stow them away. The Wildcats, who burn with desire to play in the Rose Bowl classic at Pasadena, need only to wallop oft-beaten Illinois at Evanston to assure their selection from the Big Nine Conference. Southern Methodist, leading the Southwest Conference with four straight victories, can virtually clinch the job of host team in the Cotton Bowl by thumping Baylor at Dallas. On the Pacific Coast, California and Oregon are at daggers point. Ortiz Told to Defend Title or Give It Up Each wants to play host in the Rose Bowl, and prospects arc that it will have to be decided by a vote of conference members. Oregon, with a 6-0 conference record, plays its final game at Oregon State tomorrow and is favored to win. California, with a 5-0 conference standing, winds up against Stanford at Berkeley and should win handily. Another game in which a bowl bid, as well as a conference title probably will be at stake is the clash between Oklahoma and Kansas at Lawrence. Each stands 4-0 in Big Seven competition and each aoasts an overall record of 7-1 for e season. Otherwise the week's gridiron menu is not very filling. Michigan. No. 1 in the Associated Press' national poll, meets a fired-up Ohio State eleven at Columbus and is favored to rack up its ninth straight victory, though not without considerable exertion. Notre Dame, No. 2 choice of the experts, will be idle, awaiting a tussle with Washington next week Army, the No. 3 power, rests up for its annual service showdown with Navy a week from Saturday. ton. _Minnesota at Wisconsin: Those -.;« /™i i —. ••-«-•-" '-Jin, Auubi Dig Gophers will bring more sad Harry Stuhldreher. Carolina: The Minnesota. Duke at North backs are better.' North Southern California at UCLA- Not much (o choose here but the 7 '' OJ A n ?., :>pp P ar lho stronger. South orn California. Oklahoma at Kansas: The teams lave identical records — defeats , " th . c ' J ' opening games, then seven Tech's Wonder Boys, co-cham- s , traj & ht victories. But Oklahoma five '"•my, look the field, i ,te« -it"' am upnghluess have been Assent characteristics of the good soldier. Honor must come from some respected body. Thai body is the uvniy, Lying, quibbling, evasive statements or technicalities to defeat the spirit of justice are forbidden I he code demands fearless honesty in Netting forth the truth. A cadet who intentionally vio- Ute.s the honor code is warned to resign at once. Offenders are never granted immunity. immunity. .Anything to which a man signs pions with Arkansas State Teachers last year, is now the front winner with six victories and one defeat. Magnolia's Muleriders with live and one can pull up even tomorrow by defeating Arkansas College, which has dropped straight conference contests Tech plays Bethany, Kas., College, in a non-conference game at Russeliville, and then must overcome Hendrix on Thanksgiving Oa.v to stay on top. Magnolia's M r y nT ay - "^ is Arka "sas A,and M. of Monticello. Other games this week end brine together Little Rock Junior College and Hendrix at Comvay this afternoon and Arkansas A. and M. and College of the O/.arks at Clarksville and Arkansas State of Jonesboro and Memphis State at Memphis tonight. Ouachita, State Teacher^ Henderson are idle. also has Buddy Burris, nn out- DiiQuesnc at Clemson: Clemson Alabama at Louisiana State- No question about this one. Alabama East: Boston College over St Mary's. Columbia over Syracuse Iowa over Boston University, Peann Stale over Pittsburgh .•, So l lt , h: ,,9 eoi :Sia Tech over The Citadel, Miami (Fla and Glenn Dobbs Named Afhlefe of the Year Los Angeles, Nov. 19 — f/Pi— T-iil- back Glenn Dobbs of the Lus Anpc- les Dons professional football team has been named "athlete of month" by the sports editor boa of Ihe board 0 V'. 1C , H p lnls Athletic foundation. us name means irrevocably what Jt. said bulliastp letter and spirit. ..^-m.e.u slill - uonos is cur <-o UHHd na ' tdlshm ™ S iy is never I'c-ntly leading the All-America foo - lu'ied and every man is honor ,ball conference in total ,, f,',;°l , . • -.-•** ,1 1111411 i^S J1U bound to report every brc-ach ui lionor that comes to his attention. Ihe cadet's "all right" is his solemn word of honor. If ho falselv Answer -'all ri(.;hf upon challenge he is dishonored and driven out Now it is indeed effrontery—or would y,.'ii say evidence of moval "!'"'"«?•'•' - Tu «»>•• --'^mor must T). .'',"". so " le '•'•spi'i'tod body. J licit bodv is the army." \\est Pointers certainly did not "^e up to Hud mission i,, ,. e(H , n , U;ars. JI K , j oolin ,, an;i pavi,,^-,^,,,, i'( Germany were a national dis- f;nice. Ihe lobbying and apple-pul- iMJiim in U'lis-lniiKtun to i-'itcl -, nod from lU.osevelt or the W;, • honor i ball conference in total offense, 17-12 yards puss' Ihe nig, -41!) rushinu — sparkplug of the team. Playoff at Santa Anita Underway at over Florida Tennessee over Kentucky Tula e over Cincinnati. Vanderbilt over Willhlm & Mary over W "*«Inglon (Mo o oane Midwest: Marquette over South Dakota, Missouri over Nebraska e over Indiana, Wichita over (t'enipo) State, Ri ce over Texas ovcr Far West: Colorado over Colo- rac o over Colorado A. & M. fcwa Male over Arizona, Oregon over Oregon State, Washington over IdaSunday: diet's. Loras over St. Bone- 25 Hunters Are Marooned by Snow Squalls McCal), Idaho, Nov 18 _ Snow .squalls marooned 25 hunters • . pnmitive a '-ea today (/P) — .tv i y stymied rescuers seeking to aid an injured forest service work- S Little Rock, Nov. 10 —(/P)— Underdog Tulsa will throw its hardest punch at Arkansas' softest spot in an ertort to spring a football upset ''ere tomorrow. That is, the Golden Hurricane will rely on a sharp passing at\? ck > r °n° ° f the nation's best, in the 25th. Gridiron meeting of the two schools. And the Razorbacks' chief weakness this season has oeen its defense against forward passes. Only last week a pass on the P, la y of the game gave South- err. Methodist a 14-12 victory over the Porkers, who had been in command until that moment. Still, Arkansas is a heavy favorite to keep the Hurricane wihless tor the season. If the Razorbacks, who have won four and lost four, follow the formsheet, they'll have to do it without the help of their great tailback, Clyde Scott. All - America Candidate Scott suffered a severe leg injury in the SMU game OPf'^ting from the position usually filled by Scott will be sophomore triple-threater Ray Parks and Gordon Long, a good passer and punter, and Buddy Rogers hard-running sophomore" This trio' '^"ng with line - smashing Loon (Muscles) Campbell and speedy pass-catching -Ross Pritchard will handle most of Arkansas' offensive chores. Tulsa's hopes ride on the passing arm of Quarterback Jim Fink and Neaw York, Nov. 10 —(UP)—The National Boxing Association today wanrcd World Bantamweight Champion Manuel Ortiz to defend his title "soon" or else relinquish the crown ho has worn steadily since April. 1047. A written warning was sent to Ortiz at his El Contro. Calif., home by Abe J. Greene, N. B. A. commissioner. Greene took action when he learned that Ortiz had applied to the California Boxing Commission for recognition as featherweight champion of the slate Greene said he interpreted Ortiz' request for featherweight recognition as a sign that the El Centro battler could no longer make the 118-pound bantamweight limit. the running and pass-receiving of fleet Jimmy Ford. The Hurricane's best effort in eight starts was a tie with Wichita. A crowd of 25,000—the smallest the year in Arkansas' new War Memorial Stadium—is expected to Je on hand to see if the Razor- Jacks can further even (he score .or the wartime paslings. The Tul- sans handed them. The customers considering the Hurricane's razxle- lazzle offense and the Porkers' speed and power, will be looking or plenty of touchdowns. Last year Arkansas scored a 272 triumph at Tulsa. Over the vears. the Razorbacks have won 2, while Tulsa has won 10 and wo games have ended in ties. King of Egypt Gets Divorce From Queen Cairo, Egypt, Nov. 19 — Ml—The royal palace announced today that King Farouk and Queen Farida have been divorced. A communique from the palace announced also that the Empress Fawzia of Iran, Farouk's sister, had been divorced by her husband, Shah Rc/.a Pahlevi. A communique of the Egyptian king's divorce issued by the palace said: "God s will ordered that the sacred relations between the noble couple bo broken. This will directed the hearts of King Farouk and Queen Farida to a desire for divorce while both felt regret "In fulfilment of this desire. King Farouk signed thp divorce on Nov. 17. 1948. "Three and a half years ago, Em- m-ess Fawzia was obliged to return home on advice of her physicians lor treatment. The doctors then discovered with regret that the lehran climate did not suit her maiesty but constituted a danger to her health. "It was then agreed, according to Islamic principles, that she be divorced from Emperor Mohamed Reza Pahlevi. This divorce cannot by any means affect the existing mendly relations between Egypt and Iran. The mutual feelings of appreciation between the Uvo great rulers is the biggest guarantee that those friendly relations will increase to the mutual advantage of both countries.' 1 The communique did not give the exact date of the divorce. The 28-year old Farouk was married in January. 1938— before he became king. He ascended the tin-one soon afterward. His bride. Sasi Naz Aulfikar. then 17. was the granddaughter of Mohammed Pasha Said, former prime minister of Egypt. They were married in a brief Orthodox Moslem ceremony Among the wedding gifts were two shot guns from King George of England and a swanky automobile from Adolf Hitler. The wedding was celebrated through Cairo and a number of persons were hurt in disorders which followed. Farouk changed his wife's name to Farida, meaning "peerless" and o' G hel ' a birthday chock im $50,- T\vo daughters were born to the couple. Farouk, who was educated in England, inherited a fortune of £50,000. 000 from his father, King Fund. His annual income has been estimated at about $500,000. Empress Fawzie, oldest sister of ng ,? arouk . was born Nov. 5, . bhe was married to the their ir Mr ,n,°n the Irania » throne March U 1949, and was proclaimed Empress of Iran Sept. 17. 1941 The couple has one daughter, Princess Chahinaz, now about seven years old, who is living with her father in Tehran. JFridoy, November 19, 194& Hope Seeking 9»hWinof , Season Tonight Despite cold weather a number of local Bobcat followers will po to Arkadolphia tonight to see the Hope team tangle with the B.ici- gers. Hope is considerably crippled but is not expected to have much trouble with the Arkadelphia eH vcn according to dope. The Badgeis are not as strong as in past years The Bobcats will leave late this afternoon with practically the whole squad making the 'trip. In fact if pre-oame dope runs according to predictions Coach Tollett plans to use his second lineup practically all the way. Next week the Bobcats go to Nashville for an annual game that has been placed back to Turkey Day. The Thanksgiving Day clnsh will wind up the season for liopp- A win tonight would give <)?/• Bobcat eleven a seasonal record of 9 wins against two losses. The game starts promptly at 3 o'clock and will be broadcast ov«r Station KXAR. Legion Cagers Play Prescott Berry Ordered to Take It Easy for Period Los Angeles, Nov. 19 —W)—Take \\, ?, asy is llu ' doc t°"''s order for Wallace Berry. The U3 year old actor suffered a heart attack last Tuesday and is scheduled to stay 10 days in California Lutheran hospital. He's taking oxygen every two hours Berry blamed it all on a bplkv The American Legion Independent basketball team will go to Prescott Monday night to play a' game with the Nevada County Legion team in the first official game of the season. Prescott boasts a good team: headed by player-coach Eussey : Lee, Gene Leo and Cooler Willis. Hope players are Gilson Ross, Pony Reeves. Milard Burns, Milton Dif- lard, James Vannoy, FjrcemffS Stone. Dock Porter, Harold Gunter. Joe Polk, Ellis, Turner, Pod Rogers. Roy Taylor. Foy Hammons, Jr., Richard Stanford, Steve Cook and Buddy Porter. Manager Fred Robertson said new uniforms and warm-up jackets have been ordered and will arrive soon. When they got here the Hope boys will have an official home opening. The jerseys will be black rayon with scarlet and white knit trim and white lettering. The trunks wil be black satin with sew- lot and white knit trim. Warmu'p jackets are grey gabardine with red and black knit cuffs and waist'. The Legion emblem is on the front of the jackets and jerseys are lettered Hope Legion. Jack Hopkins has been helping coach the Hope cagers in workouts twice weekly. . . Prescott to Malvern Tonig Prescott's luckless Curly Wolves play their last game of the season tonight at 8 o'clock at Cummins field, entertaining the Leopards from Malvorn. Although the Wolves haven't won many this season their schedulo has been the toughest in ' many years. Malvern is favored to t£..te the contest but Coach Cook's WuT- ves worked hard all weeic and will be out to upset the dope toni/jht.- ers Last mirht af Hammons StariiilKi Dunbar High School of Little Rock l>y a 13 (o 12 score before a small shivering crowd. The game was close and hard fought all the way with frequent penalties to mar play. motor boat at his ranch in Wyoming. Doctors told him he strained hi.= heart cranking the motor. "liver since I have just been dragging along," Berry admitted yesterday. Double A Playoff Will Not Be Broadcast .piunship. Winner will gel $50U, run- Wiim-nl' or even from "PiliotV " L -'"" p ' m ' V '>'Y;.' 10 . lK ' lU '>- '"an the «rovolii, K ' ni JiiUt-rs sycophants. The •••• '•• . .scramble, of W.-M Pointers 'to ,-J- tire with .-jus-ohnuly ficiitiou:; dis- ;|l'ihti(!s on hghier pensions flouted - and die spirit of the acad- p-i of cadets does ot aspire asain to mural leader- lJlp where may we look for if To Congress? The idea is pathelk- i't-ause Cotifre.s-i- personifies t| K people. Iu the Department uf Jus- ^ Bnt if the cor tice or the court? Tu the Last month, both men wound up wnh totals of 202 strokes after eov- ;)4 holes. The playoff was day tu permit i ,.,.-,, - - - - , v. _. t.v., j,^. ( i i I J L ! AliddlL'coH to compete in the Ha- IP ! 'etty said ' !le hunters wore waiian open T.ournaniem. House? God help a country reduced to thu> So (lie idealists and true patriots ot the army should be encouraged to try the (jame again. The old «rads are still better than the run on the meat they had . y a shot but were in no danger of running short of supplies. Snow depths have increased tu Little Rock, Nov. 19 — 01')—A dis- utecl $100 fee apparently will preen t broadcast of any Arkansas lits'h School football championship layoff games. Sa Anderson, manager of Stla ion KFFA, said in Helena "last tght because of the fee fixed by he Arkansas Athletic Association talions in Helena, Paragould Rus- eDville and Blytheville had de- ided not to broadcast any games He said these are tiie only cities laving teams in Class A or .\A layoffs which also have lu'uht 'op- rating radio stations. AAA Executive Secretary Johnie Burnett said the fee was fixed by the AAA executive committee after be had consulted several radio men. "That was the lowest figure! any of them mentioned," he added. 1 WANTED - Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Call 1000 or Contact Office* Wins 19th Straight Victory Philadelphia, Nov. 19 — (UP) — Lightweight champion Ike Wil Negro sivlist celebrated" his foot or more bv the primitive area and th er mountains. snow squalls in high- With a new technique, 12 OUU cu's an hour can be made in steel tube i cutting. hams hard-hitting from Irenton. N. J., 1 19th straight victory today following his four-round technical knockout over Billy Nixon of Philadelphia. Williams, working up little enthusiasm and even less persuira- tiun, stopped Nixon in l:4a of the fourth round lust night in a non- title bout scheduled lor 10 rounds. 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