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HOM STAH, H6tt, AfcKANlAi CLASSIFIED Number of f Words Up to 15 ,16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 SV to 33 36 to <0 Ads Mutt Be In Office Cay Bctere Publication One Three Six One ® •— — Day Days Days Month 45 .89 1.50 4.50 60 1.20 3.00 6.00 75 1.50 2.50 7.50 90 1.80 3.00 .9.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 41 to 4u ,.... 1.35 2.70 «J to 5ff'...... 1.50 3.00 R&tes .are lor .Continuous. •iK Insertions Only • AlTVtfant Ads Casti in Adyance • Not<Taken Over the Phone For Sale 120 ACRES LAND -IN SEC. 24, Twp. 14. range 25. about 12 miles south of Hope Joining, Buck Martin,on the North. 'Write John W. Turoety Kilgore. Texas. 3ln2t BEAUTIFUL .4~ROOM HOME. Priced to sell. Fletcher Easterling, Phillips addition. . 6-6t SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, 402 North Hervey. newly papered and painted, lot 70 X 150, you carf' move in. Priced to sell. Floyd' "Porterfield. •• - '6-at ACRES WOOD LAND OFF highway 29, 8 miles south of Hope,.'..Some good timber. See I,. A! Stanley, Highway 4, 2 miles east of Hope. . 6-Gt ONE PRACTICALLY NEW 194G ton and half Studebaker truck, . Stake body, 8:25 tires. -See-Buck •Williams. • .6-tf Hope Star Stt.r el Hop. 1W; Prou 1937, ConselUattd January 18. 1*2* Published every weokday af»«rnoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E, Palmer, President Alex. H. Waihbutn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street. Hops, t*±- Alex. H. Washbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jenei, Managing Editor George W. Hotmer, Mech. Supt. Jess M. Davit, Advertising Manager Emma G. Thomas, Cashier Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under tho Act of March 3, 1897. (APH-Means Associated Press. (NEAJ—Means Newspaper Enterprlw Association.- Subscrlptlon Rnte»: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per week 20c; per month B5c. Mail rates—in Hemp- steed, Nevada. Howard. Miller and VaFayette counties, $4.50 per year; elsewhere $8.50. ' ' " Arkansasand Rice to Play in the Mud By CARL BELL Little Rock, Nov. 9 —(/P) —A mud duel was -in store hers today as Rice and Arkansas tangled for the lead in the Southwest Conference football title scramble. A driving rain this morning, showing no signs of a let-Up' worsened the condition of an already soggy gridiron. There was considerable speculation as to whether a muddy field and possibly rainfall during the game would benefit either team. Rice, favored by two touchdowns, boasts a notable weight advantage but also operates fr.om the speedy, deceptive T formation which might be slowed down measurably by heavy footing. The Owls, who took over first place in the title race by spilling Texas two weeks ago, will be con< Isidered "in" for an undisputed championship if they can take this one, lor they will have only Texas A. & M., Baylor and Texas Chris- Tech Rallies to Defeat Monticello in State Play Monticello, Nov. 9 — (fP)— Arkansas Tech came to life in the second half to defeat Arkansas A. M., 29 to 0, in an Arkansas Inteiv collegiate Conference game here, yesterday. The victory pulled Tech into n first place tie with Henderson with four wins and no defeats each. The Wonderboys took to the air to trample the fighting Aggies. Thigpen.'s passing accounted for two of the toilchdowhs. He heaved one to Eddy Herlein shortly before the intermission for the first touchdown and shot another in the third period to John Douthitt. In the same period Sherwood Page, standing behind his goal, National Advertlilng Arkansas . Dailies. Inc.; RepraimtaHv* — Memphis Tenti TWO ROW CASE TRACTOR AND implements, B. E. Green, .Hope, , -St. .1- Five miles out on Spring Hill road. 8-6t NANDINA BUSHES. ALL SIZES. See Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 North 'Elm. Phone 925-J, 8-3t 250 BUSHELS CORN AT $2 PER bushel. One pair smooth mouth - mules, 1000 pounds each. One spotted Filly Colt, 15 months old and saddle bred. Will make a •> nice pony for a child. One but, cher ho?. Am located two miles above Cross-roads .on Hope- Columbus. Parker Rogers. 8-3t >terick Build.ng, Chicago, 400 Nor'h Mich- Kjan Avenue; Ne\»' fork City, 292 Madison Avej Detroit, Mich., 2842 V\. Grand Blvdi: Oklahoma City, -3U Terminal Bldov New Orleans. 722 Union St. . Member of The Auaclated Prus: The Associated Press is exelmively entitled to mo use tor .republicotion ot all news dl»- jatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also tr* local tews published herein. Legal Notice Educators End Two*Day Arkansas Conference Little Rock, Nov. 0 —(A 1 )— The Arkansas Education Association ended ils annual two-day convention here yesterday after hearing a Kansas educator assail militarism and warn that the United States is '.'in d-inger of adopting some of the things we fought against." The speaker, Dr. Kenneth McFarland, superintendent of the Topeka, Kan,, schools, asked the,.. eachers to help put an end to four "That game," in case you *. n »r!o> I ffnt linrlc frnm thp mnnn ONE BARN FOR SALE, 24' X 27', metal roof. J. L. Beckham, Hope, Rt. 1. ••••-.-. 9 . 3t Real Estate for Sale ,NICE LOT 90 FT. FRONT ,WITH five room house needing repair. Quick sale price $2,500. Floyd Porterfield. Notice DAY NURSERY FOR CHILDREN. " Mrs. A. B. Enoch. ••-.." 8-3t ., Phone Services Offered TTOR"ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netiarr Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and a-wnings. Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th" St". Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. . : 23-2mo Wanted to Rent FOUR OR FIVE ROOM UNFURN ished house or apartment. Cal • Don Reynerson at 136. 8-3t For Rent . NICE FRONT BEDROOM ADJOIN ing bath. Garage if needed. Mrs ' G. D. Compton, Phone 840-W. 9-6 SECTION 10. The Mayor and City *" sc "°°' u i' VrrTrs Thi orosSlct saia v,uy 01 .nope, .rvrK.tu.sa:,, a» u Health Officer shall have the right i l hrpugh Red demurs The prospect said City of Hope, Arkansas, for to inspect or to employtaspectorslof getting along on $B5 ( a month Every second of night and day, 7,000 persons board a trackless trolley coach, street car or bus in the United States and Canada. o An plpftfo - automatic typewriter is available with S400 Chinese type laces 'operated by 43 keys. REMOVED FREE . Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS . and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R - ORDINANCE NO. 607 AN' ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE COLLECTION OF? SPECTION OF PREMISES AND GARBAGE AND FOR THE IN- FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOPE. ARKANSAS: •SECTION 1. From and after the passage and approval of this ordinance, all garbage shaE be collected regularly by the employees of the City of Hope, Arkansas or by some person, firm, or corporation as an agent of the City of Hope, Arkansas and no other person, firm, or corporation shall be allowed to collect said garbage except said employee, or agent, of said City of Hope, Arkansas: and aid City of Hope, Arkansas, for ,aid services shall collect fees as follows, to-wiU ,-.-.. (a). A fee of fifty cents (50c) per month or fractional ,.part thereof is hereby levied for each residence and each unit' of a multiple family dwelling house actually occupied as a residence, and for each business house and each commercial house, and each industrial) house in the City of Hope, Ar' kansas. Said fee to be payable in advance. (b). The fee mentioned in division (a) of this section is hereby, levied on and collectable .from' that person who in contemplation of law is the head of the family residing in the dwelling house unit. And in the event there is no head of the family, the fee set out above is hereby levied on and shall be collectable from each adult residing on the premises, providing however that not more than one fee per month shall be paid for each dwelling house unit in which there is no head of the family. SECTION 2. 'The City Council shall have the power to reduce or ncrease the fee herein listed for said services by resolution. SECTION 3. Garbage within the meaning of this ordinance shall be construed to include all rejected food waste and to include every accumulation of naimal, fish, fowl Tuit, or vegetable matter used or ntended for food or anything in tended for the preparation of food used in cooking, dealing in, or stor ing of meat, fish, fowl, fruits, or vegetables. SECTION 4. The occupants o every private dwelling and every public building shall provide a metalic, plywood or plastic can or cans with tight fitting covers fo the holding of garbage and shall place same at a point on the premises where the garbage collector may have access to same; if said premises has an alley, said gar can as provided by this ordinance. SECTION 7. Garbage shall be collected from private residences by the City at least twice, a week; and garbage shall be collected by the City from business houses, hospitals, schools, hotels, restaurants, and other pla-ces handling food for sale to the general public, at least six (6) times' weekly. ' . SECTION 8: The fee herein provided shall be payable in advance, and shall- be collected at such places and in such manner as the Mayor from time to time may prescribe. In the even that the fee provided for herein is not paid promptly' when due, a penalty of fifty cents (50c) for each delinquent fee is hereby levied upon the person delinquent in payment and said penalty shall become part of and be 'collected with the regular fee heretofore levied. In the event that any fee levied herein remains unpaid for a period of more than thirty (30) days from the time the said fee became due, the City of Hope is hereby authorized to institute civil suit for the recoverv of said fee with any penalties that may have been attached thereto, plus court costs. : : SECTION 9. The Mayor and the City Council shall have the right to contract with any. person, firm, or corporation for the removal of said garbage; and said person, firm, or corporation so receiving the contract shall be an agent of the City of Hope, Arkansas in the collection of said pnrbase. LT tian — three teams beaten by Arkansas — left to play. The second place RaZorbacks must win today if they are to remain in the running for at least a tie for the crown. Rice was a 13-point favorite in most circles. Probable p.m. Rice J. Williams Malrnberg . Nichols Price Humble .. Armstrong Scruggs ..... Eikenberg , Keeney Anderson ... Kuss lineups: (Kickoff 2 Arkansas Baldwin LE Lively .. .. Roberts B. Thomas Franklin Minor . .. .Canada .. .. Fowlei ..Scott Pipkin . ..Campbell LG RG "RT"' : " RE QB. LH "R"H •""FB"" Army-Irish Game to Draw Huge Crowd Nesv York, Nov. 9 —(^—They've banned portable radios from Baker Field today for the 1'enn-Columbin Ivy League sellout, so this block of football fans will have to have its ears attuned to the louclsponk- clcrs for the period scores of "that game. rends: 1. Increasing influence oC militarists. 2. Retirement of those of greatest ability n"nd character from pubic office and educational occupations. 3. Maintenance of a foreign policy not based on genuine right and wrong. 4. The ever-growing bureaucracy and growing influence of pressure groups. Dr. McFarland declared that military life is not an effective method of developing physical edu cation, among discipline young men and but morals instead places youth in abnormal situations and introduces them "prematurely to sex and alcohol." was unable to get off an Aggie punt and was smeared by Eugene Keeton for a safety. Tech back Kenneth Gray ran 50 yards for paydirt after intercepting an Aggie pass, and Gene Harwpod sped 45 yards to another six points near the end of the game. got back from the moon just and A MATTER OF OPINION New York, Nov. 0 — M')— Flow much is a 100-year old cello worth? Yves Chardon, first 'cellist of the I Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra,) whose instrument his car 28, values But when he and police, making Fighfs Last Nlghf &y the Assoclatetl Press Now YorU (SI. Nirlinlns arena) —Bernard Doriuscn, 1-M. Now Or- Lasnlva, jus oyrnpnony w L-IH.-S^ , ,, onlpoinlwl Vinco Lasnlva, stnmiont was stolon from , .- .-., M ' v ...... N y i! "".I 1 V ' sU .o'^ on Sc|U - WmrosVo';-. Mass -- linbbv Xolln. •s his at .?<i,.)0). r )0 7i,. ov j t i 0ll( . 0i knnckrrl out Toma tour of the city's found the oollo. thi-y pawnshops, k-arnod I ho pawnshop proprioliii- had paid ouly $10 for it. A five - room house built 'of laminated plastic panels weighs only one ton; a conventional house of this size weighs 40 tons. The site of the ancient city of Isfahan in Iran was settled, about the time B, C. of Nebuchadnezar, 090 ALL ME Copyright, 1946.' THE STORY; Red McFnn, army pilot, comes home with a cheslful. visits the varnish plant where -he of ribbons and a cockyswagger.He worked before the war as a laboratory helper. Old man Condon, the big boss, greets him warmly. Red had saved his son's life in combat. Condon offers Red a chance to finish school and a job when he gets to make inspections or all premises, alleys, vacant lots and all other tvpea of- property within the City of Hope, and shall have the power to notify owner or owners thereof, of any unsanitary conditions existing thereon. Within ten (10) days after 'such notice, it shall be the duty of the owner or owners to subsistence allowance after his $400 a month flying pay doesn't sound BO hot. TV RIALTO 3 Days • Begins Sun. bage can shall be placed near said alley. Said cans must not be larger than twenty (20) gallon capacity and shall have a handle or handles, suitable as an aid in unloading the cause removal of such unsanitary conditions, and il such' owner or wners do not comply within ten 10) days, the City Health Officer hall be authorized to immediately cause removal of such unsanitary conditions, and to correct such unsanitary conditions and the cost of said correction shall be a charge and .Hen against the property on which said unsanitary conditions exists or existed; and in addition thereto, anv person, firm, or corporation failing to obey such notice, and continuing to maintain an unsanitary condition shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in anv sum not to exceed twenty- five ($25.00) dollars. SECTION 11. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any provision of this ordinance 9r failing to pay any fee herein provided shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall.be fined in any sum not to exceed twenty-five ($25.00) dollars. SECTION 12. In the event that the fees collected under this ordinance shall exceed the cost of maintaining the functions herein contemplated, any surplus shall be paid into the street fund of the City of Hope, Arkansas. SECTION 13. The Mayor and the City Council of the City of H9pe, Arkansas are hereby authorized to acquire a place of disposal within a reasonable distance of the City of Hope, Arkansas as approved by the.Citv Health Officer for the disposal of said garbage, and may lease or purchase land for said purpose, a.nd said Mayor and said City Council are hereby authorized and empowered to purchase such equipment as may be necessary for carrying into effect the objects Red shook his head -doubtfully. 'I don't know," he said. • 'I —" But Russel had foreseen Red's difficulty. 'Wait a minute," Red," he said. "We haven't outlined the whole 'setup yet. I told Dad I thought it would be a good idea lor you to work part-time in the laboratory here while going to school. That way you'll be right in touch with our problems and the new paints we're developing. And once you get the old sheepskin you're all set to step right into the head job. Yo'u'l be well paid for the time you pu in, in the lab. Don't worry* abou the money part of it." That put a different complexion on.the deal. Red knew he couldn' refuse to give it a try at least. "Well, I guess all I can say is— thanks." 'Don't mention that, you big goon Russ said affectionately. '"When do I start?" Red asked 'Go up to the university and ge your schedule fixed first," Arthu Condon said. 'Then you can repor in here for work." 'Wait a minute," Russ • sai as Red stood up to 'leave. "I'm al tied up tonight, darn it. But we'v got to celebrate now that you'r back. What about tomorrow nigh —Saturday?" "All right with me," Red grin ned. 'But I don't know any girl lere now." 'Leave that to me,".Russ said Til fix you up. Blonde or brunette?" Red made a clicking sound with his tongue against his cheek. "You •mow me," he wisecracked. 'Blonde of course." cans. SECTION 5. All garbage must be drained of liquid substance before same is nlaced in garbage cans. SECTION 6. From and after the passage and approval of this ordinance, it shall be unlawful tor any of this ordinance. SECTION 14. If any part or parts, section or sub-sectiona of this ordinance are held to be unconstitutional or invalid, such unconstitutionality or invalidity shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. SECTION 15. For the purpose of enforcing this ordinance the City „«„„.„,„ . _ - Health Officer is hertby granted person, ifirm, or corporation to | full power and authority to act dump or throw garbage on any vacant lot, street, or alley or any other pla.ce in the city of Hope, Arkansasi except in said garbage Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Carat Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. NOTICE I have moved my office from the Josephine Hospital to No. 111 W. Third St. (in front of the Police Station) where my office was before I built the present Hospital. Dr. Jim M'Kenzie now owns the Hospital and has changed the phone No. to 246 because ! am retaining 284 as my old office phone 05 it has always been. I continue to do my hospital work in the Josephine Hospital. d. i. Cannon, M. P. within the said City of Hope, Arkansas, and to perform all and singular the duties of said Citv Health Officer with full legal ef feet for and on behalf of the City of Hope, Arkansas as the State Board of Health has under the laws of the State of Arkansas and the rules and regulations of the State Board of Health. SECTION 16. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict here with are hereby reoealed. SECTION 17. Whereas, it is necessary lor the -public health of the inhabitants of the City of Hope, Arkansas that the garbage be collected, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this ordinance is found to be necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safetv of the Citizens of the City of Hope, Arkansas: and this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and alter Its' passage and approval. Elise Varney stripped off her )lack slacks and white blouse and stepins, leaving them in a huddle on the bathroom floor and sank into the steaming tub she had drawn. She let out a sigh of sheer relief. Occasionally there were days when she lost some of her fine fervor for her job. For instance this one. It had mad her heart ache to see Jim Gary leave. Not that there was any romantic attachment between them. It was rather that Jim to he* was a pathetic figure. He had been her helper during the two years she had worked in the laboratory, and she had suspected, long before any one else knew, that there was something serious behind his rejection by the Army. ' And then on the very day when he was saying goodby to have that real hulking brute of a pilot barge Oklahoma, wh i and taunt Jim with hid failure next week in o get. into the army. league game, Her hands curled in hot anger at he remembrance. She'd have throt led him. The big bully! She got out of the bath and dried erself and warpped a white chcn le robe about herself and went in o the adjoining'room and lay down 'resently. she'd dress and go out nd get something to eat, but for he moment she was too tired. It was a 1 njce. enough room as ented sleeping'rooms go. In fac bove the average. Onnly at times like this, when she vas tired, her thoughs stole long ngly back to the home she hac grown up in. The big white frame louse — her room in white paneling and blue satin paper with the taf eta drapes and bedspread anc dainty skirted vanity. She had hac everything until her father died. Elise sighed sharply. It was never any good looking back at the past. It only brought back the old leartacheq, The ineffectual struggle ner poo'r mother, left with debts-and no • income, had made for a- year oefore her .own death. It was sheer luck that Elise had lilted chemistry and had majored in it at the"smart woman's college she had attended with Janice Condon. So when Janice Condon's father had offered her a job ii his laboratory she could take it without feeling; that she was acce; ting charity. Elist liked her job. She knew she gave a good account of hersel' in it and she knew Arthur Condon was satisfied. And she liked the for tag of independence it gave her. It was even/more exciting now that Russel Cordon was back from the war and showing an interest in Her, She heai-d the telephone ring in the downstairs hall and a niomeni later the lahdlady called up to sa> it was for her. Elise ran down the stairs to answer. It was Russel cal ling to rimind her of their date for Saturday night. And he had some thing else on his mind. A pal o: his was just back from overseas They'd have to celebrate. Could shr dig up a girl for him? "Who — Red McFan ?" Elise' voice fell. "Oh yes, I met him to day in the lab." Her first impulse was to tell Rus sel that she didn't care about Rec McFan—that she didn't care t inflict him even for one evening 01 one of her girl friends. But if h was a friend of Russel's that would naven't caught up on world affairs, is the Yankee Stadium clambake where a fortunate 74,000 will see Army and. Notre Dame battle : ; t out for national " championship honors. There are, of course, scores of good grid contests :'rom coast xo coast but they are eclipsed today bv the meeting of the Irish and the Cadets. And if the authorities and other colleges haven't laid down the same restrictions they have at Columbia, the Army-Notre Dame game will have the spectators' ears if not the eyes in all stadia. The Penn-Columbia clash is the East's No. 2 offering, with the Quakers aiming to climb back nearer to the third-place rating in the nation's top ten they lost when they Were upset by .Princeton last week. Leadership in the Ivy league also hinges somewhat on this game. Unbeaten and untied Goor-glu is seeking to retain its No. 3 ranking in taking on wiriless University of ~lorida, while the University of California at Los Angeles i'igures o guard its fourth-place position in is meeting with Oregon. Leading contenders for other con- erencc titles are billed with rivals f traditional importance. The Lou- siana-Statc Alabama game at New Orleans should go :"ar toward set- ling LSU's aspirations to the ioutheastern conference' drown. Illinois, current pace • setter in he conference, is idle. Ohio state ;ets an expected breather for its jig battle with the Iluni next Saturday by taking on Pittsburgh at Columbus. In another non-confcr- nce scrap ,Michigan entertains Vlichigan State. Missouri, leading the Big Six, completes npn - conference campaigning against the invading Colorado Buffaloes of the Big Keven. Oklahoma, which meets Missouri of Duke and Wiiko Forost. ROOS to Nashville for n Southern-Southeastern conference game with Vander- bile. Tennessee's powerful Vola entertain Mississippi in a southeastern conference onj',«ij?enicnt. In tho southwest confereni.'ot pace-setting Rice goes ' io Little Rock for ;i game with Arkansas that may • decide tho circuit title. A Dice victory would protect tho Owls' perfec'l conference record while the Kazorbncks need to win to slay in the running for at least a share of first plncc. Some of the standouts in the East, .besides i.hc I'enn - Columbia attraction, are the ancient Hiir- vard-Dartmough encounter, .Cornell's traditional meeting with Syracuse, Brown vs. Y:ilc. Virginia at Princeton, Colgcitn and Jloly Cross nnd Georgetown - Boston College. In the Rocky Mountain ai'ott and the far west, the attractions arc Bringhnm Young vs. Ulnh State, Southern California and California. Wash ington-Sanfo rd, nv Ijplinrmt. IIW, Toronto, I. Baltimore—BcVt I.ytell. l. r >3. Oak- and, Calif., nulpoinlncl .Inhnny i')rai.'on Hi own, Hil \-2. Baltimore. By nitcd Press Pliiladolphi.'i---Bill Carrifian, inn, Briltirnnro, outpointed Billy Arn- alcl. ir>;! 1-1, Philadelphia :J. Huml'oi'rl, Mo.—-Tony Cook, M<l, Humforcl, 'Mo,, slopped Billy Allen, 1<IH. Boston :i. Now Orlonns — C.on Montalbano,' M 91-U, Birmingham. Ala., out- uoinloil Al Hirhio, MR 1-2, Brooklyn 10. Hollywood, Calif. — Rudy Crux, O. Los An:;ples. outpointed Eddie Hudson. KI5. Los Angeles 10. Snn Kranclsco—Buddy Kno.x. ?.02, Dayton, O.. outpointed Tony Bos- nic:h. 10(1, San Francisco 10. Chicago — Anton .rtnndik. I(i3, Estonia, knocked out Charlie llayos. IGO. Detroit :!. Syracuse, N. Y.—I'ronliss Hall, 1C!) 3--I. Buffalo, slopped Jimmy Nelson, 17ii, Providence, A slide rule is available which locates decimal points in mallie.mal ical expressions up to 19 places. State, and- the intorsccltonni Kansas State-San Francisco contest. In the Mlh game of their intersectional series, Villanovn defeated 3ctorit 23-0 l:ist night. Down south, University of Miami's Hurncmies 'dged Miami University (Ohio) '.1017, while at Abilene, Tux.. Hnnlin- Simmons rolled over West Texas Slate 2f)-7. an all - important tangles with ihc Kansas Jayhawks at Lawrence. The Sooners need this one to gain a tie with Missouri. The southern conference championship could be decided at Richmond, Va.,. where William und Mary, unbeaten and untied in league play, encounters North Carolina, the pre-season favorite. South Carolina's gamecocks, run- ncrs-up to William and Mary, rules favorite over Maryland in a game at College park. Norih Carolina State, conqueror BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Rcpairt HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 • Heating Hope, Ark. Doug Bacon ELECTR3C — for House Snausrrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main Street Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital. Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 6th St. MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size ot mattresses. 1 Day Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. 3rd St. Phone 119 COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main SIGNS and Spray Painting Buildings • Houses Barns • Vehicles • Ere. Waller & Wal'er Phone 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. not do. She listened. Russel was saying something else. "Oh, he's particular, is he? She has to be a blonde!" A mischievous smile spread over Elise's face. 'Yes, I know some one, she said sweetly. 'I know just the girl for him." She was still smiling when yhe hung up. Sally Clark. Perfect! Perfect! Red would be sure to be a sucker for Sally's looks and then when he found out about Sally.... (To Be Continued) William R, Herndon Photographer Flret National Bank Bldg. Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Dl»char9«8 - Legal Document* 24 Hour Service SPORTS ROUNDUP end New York Nov. 9 -W)-It took®are getting peeved because theu he terrific pressure generated byJleague .remams^a^ mino^and ^he his year's Army -Notre Dame ame to get Red Blaik to admit his real Cadet team never was under real pressure last year. . . The Army coach claims that the boys weren't extended even by Michigan and Navy in what were supposed to be the season's tough games. , . But Red also claims Notre Dame hasn't been extended this year. . . When Navy was pushing the Irish around near the goal line, Blaik looked over at Frank Leahy. And there was Frank, leaning back and looking unperturbed, not even reaching for the telephone to his spotters. . ."he didn't seem a bit worried," says Red ,"and Navy didn't score." result likely will be some gooc openings for "name" coaches. The Pencil-In Treatment Jim Tyree, Oklahoma U. who has a busted hand , got a promise fr$m the doctor this week that he'd' Remove the cast 'rorr Jim's Flipper and, if it had healed sufficiently, replace it with anoth er so Tyree could play agains Kansas today. I think I'll have them put a, pencil in it this time,' Jim commented. "My wife ha had to write all my lessons for m since I broke my hand." Dots Al't Brothers Loudest booming heard in th Notre Dame campus in years cam up at the rally the other night whe aga'insf Noire^ Dame "in the past a New York writer admitted: ' two games is more than the total Pick Army*'. - - Incidentally, th made by both teams in the pre- season istff over after today s bi vious seven years. . .Look for a game. Notre Dame still ha* t number of coaching changes in the play Northwestern, Tulane an big seven before another football Southern California and Army ha season. The Alumni in the Rockies dates with.Penn and Navy. Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark, Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 4115. Ha*el REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop See Us For OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS' HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd, Byron Hefner WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Clean Overcup Oqk Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak togs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 94$ Hope, Arkansai CASH---- inloMinutes! Borrow money from u» on your cor, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually geti you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co. '^m^fs^^i^-AKe^^i^fifttfiii^SKiy. H 6 P f '$ f A I/- fTO Pi, A k ft A N 1A I , Navehiber 9, I94e OZARKIKE a SEE-HAM, CHEESE, BEANS. PICCALILLI, CATSU£ ONION. WHAT WAS THAT?Ill SARDINE ~ ACCOROIM' TO TH' COON COUNTY RULES, RUST TEAM THAT'. SCORES. WINS... AN'TH'FATPIELDS AfcE A-RUNNIN' RIGHT ON PAST TH'M C BATT I WISH ALEXANDER ^1 WOULDN'T LEAVE HIS POLICE WHISTLE AROUND THE KITCHEN WHEN I'M MAKING A SANDWICH/ TEN MO* . YARDS AM' . ,. 'ARE ftOLLIN ON TH' GROUND IN HYSTERICS/ FOOTBALL? APPEARED! By Mienoeii f MHe&' Ralph Lane By Galbraith SIDE GLANCES CARNIVAL phe next mornirif — By Dick Turner /GOOD HEAVENS, VIC/ f NO, HARDY, BUT . K>U, JANET, CONVERT VOUR 'MOTHER'S CHECK |i|T0 $IO,OOO IN Mk\.l 6IIL5. W.RDY WILL GO ' [ YOU'RE NOT COINS TO .'DON'T TELL ANYONE-. K-Boa wfNOM .IK^wBBfe. V «?. V LET JANET DELIVER /I'M DELIYBVN6 IT.' 1. AND THE MES- 1 I YOU «N GO,HOW \ JUST RtMEWBEK SAGE t MOO -H3HIH9 • THAT YOU'VE SLEPT \ WHEN CUP LILT \ THAT MONEY/ ^f NOW I'D LIKE TO WsTH YOU TO SES tHAT YOU •/ . DON'T— LOf.£ IT. OFF YOUR JAG, DISAPPEARED AND HSJH7IKS. FOf ttOWtt BUT I GOT AH / 1 WAS OM ICE On YH# 916 OH ft WU L VES, pARUNG. : INTUITION YOU'LL A. GtTAWRf. SIGNED Car! Jones CO. WASH TUB3S By Leslie Turner AS fAOCHO OUR HERO THOUGHT COULD TRICK. ELI WOCHO! MO fAWJ EVER Y CAN'T SEE?* TO SET MN H/WDS O TRIED.THKrMJO, ] FREE TO-HELP VOU.WUM&(ArXN». LWED TO-UHHtty BUT HERE CONVE VOUR FRIENDS UP THE IRMLAM THERUN! .' BUT THEV NEEDN'T HURRy? THIS FELLA WILL BE OUT FOB TIME.' CRASHES vTO THE FLOOR, ".HISGUN'CLrST- ROCKS BELOW, y OWES W HIWU.... .;„_ ..-jaws CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN CAMP DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. — it^tiJ^TTsrv- • : "I roll and loss all night,, dreaming I'm outing u sloak!" —call him'up and say you're sorr vour old room rented 3 AND HIS FRIENDS FUNNY BUSINESS* By Hershberaer WORKED OFF «|0-|0, LET THEM GO/ £v Carl Anderson EXHIBITION OF PORTRAITS OF WORLD- FAMOUS MUSICIANS ¥ vou NUMSKULLS ; GET our OF THIS PLACE AND NEVER cowe BACK/ /ODDESTMOMENTS Bv V. T. naiiuin ALLEY OOP "He carries his beefsteak with him in case of black evesl" POPI-YE MERCY' OUR NSW KINGfi PRESUMEX MOO is SOLUCK.T .LOOKST AWFULLY J/AFFAIRS OF ] TO-HAVE SUCH A hLLO, S GR!M FIRST DAY )f STATE ARE A STRONG, BRAVE thimble Theater ME'ETAH/ \ ON THE o®8/ , BURDEN,' A ITS.HELM/ LUGGAGE//} /MY LUGGA5E '15 f ^*i i "T*i I ^ Ol CT f^ — GO GET HIS ) LLJ6QA<5E f J ^ ON THE BUB// fpROGFUZZ IS MV NAME. AM _ INTERESTEP IN THE WELLSJ •?^T OF MVRTH OKAY— FROG.'.' Bv Edgar Martin Major Hoople By J. R, William. OUR BOARDING HOUSt OUT OUR WAY r-r,'/ PID YOU SEE THAT ? HE \ ( TH' KIP SAVED HIM PUT A QUARTER. OM HIS \/ THAT WORRY- HE FOOT AM 1 WAS GOIM'TO Y SEZ, "OH, THERE IT EASE IT OFF NEAR. THAT I IS— I WONDERED KID SO TH' KIP WOULD FIND IT AN' NOT FEEL HURT ABOUT CHAR.ITV/ WHERE IT ROLLED TO"--THERP.'S TWO KINDS OF EDUCATION. 1 YOU COLLAPSED (f% LIWlE AM OPERA 111 By Fred Harmon RED RYDER E. GifS SOME LEAD PlZEti Our Companies Give You Cotnplete Protection Plus 20% Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. « Tire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile List Your Property for Sale with Us. We have 25 applicants for homes in Hope. Also many calls property. Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 MUST BE, because that's a tradition with this pany. MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member of our service-with-a-smilo- staff.

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