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it „ H ft S'T'A'fc,' HWr?i : A fc K A-M « A !f CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be la Office Day Befdra Publication of One Three Six One®- 1 Words OpJtolS 16 to 20 81, to J!5 M-to 30 31 to 35 38 to •»() 41 to 43 46 to 50 . . .50 Dav Days Days Month .4a .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 1.50 1.80 2.10 3.40 2.70 3.00 .5 .90 1,05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casti in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone . 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Sale ONE PRACTICALLY NEW 1946 ton and half Studebaker truck. .Stake body, 8:25 tires. See Buck Williams. 6-tf TWO ROW CASE TRACTOR AND implements. B. E. Green, Hope. Rt. 1. Five miles out on Spring . . Hill road. 3-61 NEW ADDING MACHINE $75. New Dayton Scales S175. Meat slicer $125. Fred's Place, Phone 605. ll-6t ONE TON AND HALF SCHOOL bus chassis. 1940 model Chevrolet, See at Mac's Camp. Guernsey Public Schools. 13-3t 1936 DODGE., EXCELLENT MO- tor, good tires. Call PaulHooten, 836-W. or 78 after 3 p.m. 13-3t HOUSEHOLD F U R N 1 TURE. leaving town. A real bargain if 'you take it all. See M. R. Shook, Quality Cleaners or call 1027. 13-3t TOY RAT TERRIOR PUPS. 8 weeks old. Highly bred. Call 922. 13-3t 1934 DODGE :SEDAN. GOOD CON- dition. See Hulan White at Hope Hardware Co. 14-3t WE HAVE A NICE NEW FIVE room F.H.'A. home, ready for immediate possession to G. I. Available to any white citizen after November 20. Five pieces plumbing. All city convenience. Sam Hartsfield. 1008 West Ave. B. 14-3t : NICE BIG HUSKY CEDAR POST. ;8 feet in length. $30 per hundred delivered. Dalton Hulsey, Wash- :ington, Rt. 14-31 Wanted to Rent Charges Dropped Against GIs in Atom Case Baltimore, Nov. 14 —(&)— U. S. Commissioner James K. Cullen today dismissed charges against three former service men the government accused of attempting lo r« 'peddle unauthorized pictures of FURNISHED APARTMENT P6R'Atomic bomb'equipment! Hghl housekeeping. By couple, i Cullen, in retusing to hold the Close In. No children, no pets, 'three for federal grand jury action, Phone 31-J-4. 13-lt Notice said he did not feel that "sufficient substantial the charge. evidence • had been presented to substantiate the charge. 1 WILL REOPEN FOR BUSINESS I V] do llot . klujw whether such Saturday morning at 7:30. T. P. evidence exists, he declared. Bettrd, Third & Louisiana Streets. 14-31 Lost BLACK AND WHITE SETTER birddog. Answers to name of "Nip." Wearing collar and tag. Telephone 331. "The district attorney may still take the case to the grand jury if .there is such evidence. I will not I frown upon such a move." ! U. S. District Attorney J. Bernard Flynn said immediately after the hearing he had "no comment" concerning any further govern- iment efforts to prosecute the case. 13-3t j The men. George Comer, 23, and rnw TWO VTAT?c *„ o'oo -r r- S An 'nnp i P^Rnv ro *«„«' don, Route 3. Box 69. Hope. Miles Daubcnheyer, 26, of Bel Air, Md - and James Rike, 20. Chattano- °^' Tcrtii.. were arrested Oct. 9 w * pn they appl . onchcc i editors of the Baltimore News-Post and offered to sell six pictures for $7,000. The Department of Justice said in announcing the arrests the pictures were of the atomic bomb but the army's Manhattan project said Washington By JANE EADS Washington — Though many of the capital's restaurants are closed .... . . r on Monday nights, it's a big even—later the photographs showed only ing socially. j "related equipment." Men'in dinner jackets and worn-1 The arrests were made on a tip en in glittering evening gowns trek to the town's only playhouse, the National Theater, for opening night performances. from News-Post editors who kept the three men engaged in conversation in the paper's news department until th FBI could be noti- SPORTS ROUNDUP New York, Nov. 15 — (/P)— Col.Sv John Rood Kilpatrick's levelalion of plans for thu newest "new" Madison Square Garden yesterday probably was the greatest flight of architectural fancy since Humbert J. Fugazy broke put a couple of bottles of prohibition champagne! nearly 20 years ago and told how' he was going to put up a sports arena that would make the thtn- now Garden look sick . . . The difference, of course, is that the Gardon corporation, has more adequate and plausible financial plans . . . Admittedly tho 25,000 seal arena at Columbus Circle "still is in the project stage" and at best is three But chances arc years awav it will be built Some detractors claim there's one feature that could be used tonight. That's the section of the floor that can be lowered to form a diving pool. The boys say to pitch the boxing ring over it and if Elmer Ray and Jersey Joe Walcott got too bud, just lower away. Shorts And Shcls Tab Dick Kelly of the Hagers- torn, Md., Herald-Mail as one of the lew football forecasters lo call a tie between Army and Notre Dame. His comment in doing it: Porkers Are Favored to Down SMU By CARL BELL, Associated Press Sports Writer Claassen's Saturday Selections By HAROLD CLAASSEN Tech Con Take Title Wifh Win Over Henderson By The Associated Press unexpected defo.it tho Oklahnnians I suffered hist wrek on their trip lo j Kansas. Oklahoma. | Goorgin over Annum: Charlie Trippi nnd his pln.vnintos j-hnulcln't have too much trouble in this one, although Auburn's Travis Tidwcll probably is one of Iho host freshman backs in the country. Gcor- Arkansas Tech ran — for all gin. j practical purposes — sew up its Stanford over Washington State: • socotul straight Arkansas Inter- Teams from (lie Pacific Northwest-conciliate Conforonco • football almost always have trouble when jchtimnionship by bc-iting Hender- tiers must pay tho penalty for tho i s*cm Stsitu Touchers College at Arka- they travel to California and this jdelphia today. will be no exception. St.inforcl. But .Henderson also could draw •->! ... , , .. . ..., . ,i , i will have the same unsullied roc- All four of the loams sun_ .11 he. (| , , tumom)W - s K . lmes ilrc running for al least a lie ipr tho ( fj n j s ] lcc ] Southwest Conference's 1946 foot-, A won , A c , cvcn ]ik[ ,, v wU , ball championship will bo ou to- h ., vc (he n ., rdor tusk tomorrow, morrow (Sat) to protect then I t ., k j n} , (JI1 Ponnsvlvanin. but the chances, and the Arkansas .Razor-1 Cudc i s s | u , u ld show now life. How backs will have an, opportunity to this observer predicts thiit will North Carolina. . Navy over 1'onn Slate: The Midshipmen almost defeated Georgia Tech last Saturday ;uid won't miss over Wake Forand tho rviend- ho homo : it-Id Heels through. i wiM h;u , e l(1 t , lcl . 1( , |,, lu , h Ouachita. Other stale collegiate clashes tilt T( ' rh will-have only weak, | lm .. [ | ni , nenclrlx left on its . ftiriMlct ' sUllc - wh »° tllc Hcdtlit!S this weekend are: Today — University of Arkansas " will have an, opportunity u. u Quukcl . s h ., vc lhc ability I n » n VV*M v ihni i* snn ro of ino * j \ \ \ i . * j •• 'H y lnc to end Army's unbeaten string I "Nuts, ain't we." Although prize. ..._ The Hazorbacks, who have boon break guided from rags to riches by Silent John Barnhill .will close out their conference campaign against Southern Methodist's Mustangs in a homecoming celebration at Fay- ellevillc. A victory would assure the homelings of no worse than a title tie. Either Rico or Texas A. & M. is sure to fall from the running as this time, now that they arc play- j "B" iiuim vs. llcndrix at CoftWay. ' ' " Saturday—College of the Oznrks their owi cl'ss N-ivv inu 1 1 u v\ 11 Lilian, IN u \ > . to end Army's, unbeaten string I j own 0 ^ Mi^osota: 'I'ho lYawk- vs Magnolia A &M at MnEnol v abiuptly. especially if an early, C vcs have 'the best defensive roc-! Ouac ,i;v Arkansas AM at break comes .heir way. O rd in tho Big Nine and should! Montico In Arl™ sas State vs Northwcstom's lack of an ace- choke off enough Minnesota threats Kvuisvi e' Col e-e it Kvinsvillc" quate passing attack should make to win. Iowa. I md v,ont n t .u j-,vansviiie, This season a group of society jfied. folk, including a number of diplo- j The technical charges was that mats, have bought season tickets they "did unlawfully publish a to Theater Guild productions. Aft- photograph of a piece of classified er each performance one or the military equipment without first Colorado U. fielded a pair of tackles weighins; a total of 507 pounds against Missouri, they were outweighed by 83 pounds by Missouri's Norval Pcipmeier and Jim Kekeris. No wonder Ihey sneak of tVlA ''TllCf r»'* \V«* l-o timJtivirf the "Big o We're wailing his home. "Apple of His; Eye" wts an honor at ooiaining me permission 01 me Jcqmmanding officer of the Army in?Air Forrps hnsoH nn Tininn_" to see a jockey obey the Florida racing rule reporlecl in Ihe Tropical Park condilion book: No jockey other of the group entertains at'obtaining the permission of the! may leave the jockey room until 'all engagements for the day have Walter Huston, stnrring in^Air Forces based on Tinian. Comer, in a statement attrib- guest of Miss Meredith Howard, tiled to him by the FBI and read 10 Cullen, at Ihe first formal hearing Legal Notice PROBATE COURT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following Executors, Administrators and Guardians have filed their {Oct. 23, said he and three other j service men removed the cover of an atomic bomb and took pictures of it while they were stationed on Tinian in August, 1945. Statemenls atlribuled by the FBI to the three related they devised the plan to sell the pictures during • i First and Final Settlement of MODERN HOUSE, 6 ROOMS WITH John D. Barlow, Executor of the bath, hardwood floors. Close in. I estate of Jennie Sullivan Barlow „,„ ^__. m _,..^ „. . „ „ „ deceased, filed September 2. 1946. ' Final Settlements with the Chan-i an extended drinking party. Dau- cery Court, Probate Division, of'benheyer, a former ensign in the Hempstead County, Arkansas, for j navy, and Rike, an army reserve approval and confirmation, to-wit: 'captain, were not implicated in the 712 East Third St. Phone C. E. :Cassidy,' 984 or 489. 15-3t ; MODERN 7 ROOM HOUSE, 2 .baths, can be used for duplex at 421-423 North Hervey. C. E. Cassidy, Phone 984 or 489. 15-3t 35 OR 40 SQUARES OF ASBES- tos shingles. Dorsey White. Phone 29-W-4. 15-3t For Sale or Rent 70 ACRE FARM WITH HOUSE. Will sell house separate. See J. B. Bailey, Rosston, Rt. 2. 14-3t Services Offered . FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, . outside metal blinds and awnings. Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th 3t'. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo REGISTERED O.I.C. BOAR AND Sommsrville Stallion. See Dalton Hulsey, Washington, Rt. 1. 14-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo For Rent NICE FRONT BEDROOM ADJOIN- ing bath. Garage it' needed. Mrs. G. D. Compton, Phone 840-W. 9-6t .BEDROOM FOR RENT, PRIVATE bath and private entrance. Suitable for man. Call 655-W. 319 North Elm St. 12-3t MY FARM 132 ACRES,' GOOD house on highway 4. Hope & '. Hosston road. Electric pump, run- -ning water. Mrs. George L. John'•- "-son. Hope, Rt. 2. 14-3t ~ FRONT- -BEDROOM, ADJOINING bath, working girls preferred. 601 'Pond-St.;.Phone 737. 15-3t actual taking of the pictures. been .fulfilled." Dots All, Brothers Ezzard Charles, who was mentioned as a heavyweight contender aflcr beating Jimmy Bivins the other night, says he'd rather i'ight the light heavies . . . Nine of 36 National Football League teams have been decided either by conversions or field goals; only two of the 65 played by the current top ten college teams have been similarly settled . . . Brooms'•Abrn- movic of the Pittsburgh'pro basket- .- r , —, ^ «,, iu ., u . one of Ihe town's belles, the other First and Final Settlement of night when it was her turn to Minnie Lee Allen, Guardian of the Estates of Carrol Allen, Jr., and Mary Lou Allen, minors, filed September 4th. 1946: First'and Final Settlement of W. entertain this select little group. Miss Howard kr>ows Mr. H-'^ton well. Her sister, actress Mary Howard, has played in productions with him. J. Johnson Executor of the estate Back in 1916 a girl named Rose, SeDtemb a er 28 194G dcceasod> £ilod i Kinkaid became the secretary of I . Hamilton, deceased, filed October 2/194G. Final Settlement of N. P. O'Neal, Administrator of the estate of Norris P. O'Neal, deceased, filed October 19. 1946. First and Final Settlement of P. C. Stephens. Administrator of the estate of W. T. Wood, deceased, filed October 21. 1946; „ pro bailers, who still holds the college four-year scoring record, has fouled out of three games and drawn four personals in the other two, but he still tops the league in every individual department. o Selection for Rose Bow! Be Problem By CORNELIUS RYAN New York, Nov. 14 —(UP)— An 5 ueen in* sei.-1-eiai-y ever "."expected embarrassment of o..^, a rare opportunity to see "9. h . es f a <; ed tne . - R °sc Bowl corn- how politics ticks. Her latest job!"? 1 " 66 \° d *y as it-apparently must wis seeing her boss through the <: h _ oose between the Big Nine chapi- gruelling Republican congressional the lieutenant governor of e J. Brown, the official ever elected e was 23, and she was about same age. They were from the same small town, Blanchcster. She has been his secretary ever First and Final Settlement of I campaign of which he was national Hamilton L. Hanegan, Administrator of the estate of Ambrose F. Hanefian, deceased, filed October 30. 1946. , Final Settlement of J. S. Atchison. Guardian of the person and estate of- James Ratcliff, a minor, filed October 31, 1946; And all persons interested in the above named estates are ordered to icome forward and file exceptions to such accounts, if any exceptions they.have, within Sixty (Gfl) days from the date said settlements were filed, or they will be forever barred from excepting such accounts or any item thereof. Leo Rav Probate Clerk of Hempstead County, Arkansas. By Arthur .C. Anderson Deputy Clerk. Nov. 15, 1946' NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pursuant to Section 1 of Act 297 of 1945, notice is hereby Riven that Letters Testamentary and Letters of Administration have been issued to the following parties on the following Estates, to-wit: T. V. Messer, Administrator of the Estate of A. N. Stroucl, deceased, Letters issued August 2, 1946. Sylvester Brooks Doss, Adminis- tratrix of the Estate of James Easter, deceased, Letters issued July 26, 1946. Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. ,Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Rey- l<? •*""'-" nerson at Hope City Hall. 15-1 m REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-B 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 152 411 S. Hotel director. Brown, who has been in Congress since 1939, worked 16 hours a day, with Miss Kinkaid assisting all tho time. Pie gave countless speeches.- most of which he dictated to her. He wrote one in longhand during a midnight inspiration nnd thrust the manuscript under the door of her apartment in the morn- ins to be deciphered. During the 30 years there have been periods when Brown has not held political office. Then Rose Kinkaid went with him to his publishing company, which has five weekly papers in Ohio. The brown-haired, good-natured, attractive secretary -lends a 'iruly feminine air to Brown's office in Washington. One of the few chinchilla farms in the world is being storied by S3-year-old former Cpl. Slanley W. Pangborn in nearby Maryland. If all goes Ihe way he plans it, in a tew years the ex-GI will be making $20,000 annually. Pangborn already has 37 of the rare litlle animals, which provide ever-wearing fur for Ihe fabulous coals of Ihe world's richest women. Because it's not a "proven business," Pangborn was denied a GI loan to get starled. So on his own, he has compleled a $9,000 ranch- Dafsy Atkins; Executrix of them 0 "" with air-conditioning, i'ancy Estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Cox, deceased, Letters issued September 2, 1946. Talbot Feild. Jr., F.xecutor of the Estate of Hattie A. West, deceased. Letters issued October 1. 1946. lighting, laboratory and so on. Pangborn says it will be eight years before he will have the pelts to sell. He says there are only about 40 ranches in the world, all | in Ihis counlry and only about 25 S. E. Kent, Executor of the Estate (chinchilla coats in existence—most of J. H. Kent, deceased, Letters is-' sued. October 7, 1946. O. A. Graves, Administrator of the Estate of John D. Barlow, deceased, Letters issued October 12, 1946. Frank J. Hill. Publin Administrator of the Estate of Fred W. Bell, deceased. October 19, 1946. AH persons having claims aaainst. said estates are therefore notified of them owned by movie stars. Washington—There is nothing mysterious, musty or long-bearded about archivists. Though they spend most of their time among official records, his- hpmin torical documents, ancient and rare uej,un I manuscripts and the sort, their average age is about 30 arid they are just like anybody else on a conven- quate passing attack should make Notre Dame's task of remaining among the unbeaten • easier than Army's job. Johnny Lujack's sprained ankle has had 10 days to heal and it may be that the Irish will glide to victory on his passing. Other selections: they tangle at College Stalion. A Illinois over Ohio Slate: Both of tic game might spoil the chances of both of these crown aspirants. Texas visits Fort Worth needing a triumph over Ihe improved Texas Christian Horned Frogs to retain a possibilily of gaining a parl of the • championship it had been expected to win all alone. In the current standings.'Arkan- those clubs got off to a slow start but today they are probably as strong as any mid-western outfit with Illinois, victor over Michigan, Ihe more consistent. Illinois. to win. Iowa. Skinning over the remainder of Ihe chalk lines in hurry: East: Delaware over Washington College, Temple over Bucknoll. Columbia over LaFayclte, Fordhiim I over Ncw York University, Cor- i ncll over Dartmouth, Harvord over i Brown. I Middlewest: Michigan over Wisconsin, Mat-queue over Michigan State, Kansas over Kansas Stale, Nebraska over lowei State. Miami (Ohio) over Western Michigan. Southwest: Texas Tech over Ok- Arkansas over Southern Method- jMahomn A. M, Tulsa over Bavist: Arkansas, stepchild of the | lor. Wichita over West Texas State Southwest Conference for years rtonighu, Texas over Texas Chris- has a chance to tic :"or the 194G sas leads in percentage with four | crown by defeating Ihe Mustangs. wins and one setback. But the nice The Porkers won't, miss their virtually is a four-way tic since chance. Arkansas. Texas, Rice and the Aggies who; Yale over Princeton: The Yale have played fewer games, have i line has solidified at last and the but one loss apiece. Arkansas is favored to ! quartet-backing problems bring i been eliminated. Yale. have Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting nnd Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main Street smarting undtrthree i too bad for tho Eagles. Tennessee. [Washingt it wallopings but ob- Oklahoma over Missouri: The Ti- lover Mo home the bacon, but several iac-1 Tennessee over Boston College: tors point in the other direction'Tennessee has a hospital list that toward SMU. Previous conference i is longer than the sugar line at the engagements have shown that the; corner grocery but Tackle Diek form sheet is of little value. And j Huffman isn't on it — and that jy California stiaight circuit • viously a strong aggregation, arc fired up to salvage something ;"rom th e rate. Then, too the Razorbacks might easily suffer a terrific letdown following their brilliant^conquest of Rice hist week. The Razorbacks, on the other hand, which lian, Rice over Texas A. <V1. South: Alabama over Vanderbill, Georgia' Tech over Tulanc. Villanova over Florida, Mississippi I State over Northwestern Louisiana. I Duke over South Carotin.-.. Clemson over Furman, North Carolina ! State over Virginia, Maryland over' Washington & Leo. Far West: Denver over Colorado. Brigham Young over Colorado A. , M.. Utah State over Wyoming. ! over Oregon St.ite. j . on over Oregon. UCLA j lover Montana, San Francisco over j Utah, Idaho over Portland. i GALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size of mattresses. 'I Dav Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" ._Q31. W. 3r>jf Pt. Phone 119 field favors the Aggies, but Rice is mad on Ihe rebound and its icrri- fic attack can't be cheeked two! weeks in arow. against an underdog and they're anxious to atone for the 21-0 drubbing the Mustangs handed them last fall. A turnout of 17,000 or more — the largest in the history of Razorback Stadium—is due to watch the spectacle. After tomorrow. Texas and the Aggies will have to meet o.ieh in the season but they're still stronger vhan ihe .Frogs. Tulsa over Baylor—You can find nolhinf in Tuls.Ys i'ine record to indicate the Bears will stop their losing ways in this one. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmorc Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main tion. to exhibit the same to the under- Vrrrn -,nn bicned, properly authenticated, * r °T" JUU within six months from the dato the Washington Lelters were issued or the" shall he precluded from any benefit in said estates. Leo Ray. Probate clerk of Hemnstfarl County. Arkansas. By Arthur C. Ande'-son Deputy Clerk. Nov. 15, 22, 29. ° 4 °° ,,° f recently f from "u all Job Printinq, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. parts of the country, from Peru. China, India, Quebec and other far places, sort of let down their hair and had fun after official business and speechmaking was over. They were celebrating the 10th biithday aniversary of ihe Society of American Archivists. They heard a speech on "The Archi- jyist's 'One World' " given by Dr. i Solon J. Buck, Archivist of the United States and this year reelected the society's president. Then Henry H . Eddy, acting archivist of the North Carolina State Department of Archives and History, s.-iid that too much time of the state agencies is taken up For a Quality Job... By Efficient Workmen and REASONABLE CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES FRli ESTIMATiS ON ALL JOIS 228 East 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 by genealogists. He said the p.lon and. Army while other bo\?ls, whose problems are Jess delicdle began to sift candidates. • Army became a leading Rose. Bowl eligible when- it was revealed last night that Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, chief of staff, had placed 'inal decision on Army participation in a bowl game in the hands of Maj. Gen: Maxwell Taylor, commander at West Point. Gen. Taylor s known to be sports-minded, as is :he five-man West Point athletic board which makes preliminary recommendation. "As of right now, Army has not oeen invited to the Rose Bowl," said Col. Ned Moore, speaking for Gen. Taylor, "but if we should get an invitation it would get a great deal of consideration." The fame of Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard, plus the fact the West Coast never has seen the 1944-45 national champion Army learn, makes tho Cadets an attractive choice for the Rose Bowl — if it were not for the Big Nine. For years the Pacific Coast Conference, whose champion is host team in the bowl, has wanted a formal agreement to meet the Big Nine champion annually. Each year the Big Nine voted down the proposal—until this year. The vote was 7 to 2 in favor, and the Big Nine apparently expects to play in the forthcoming bowl. A bid to Army might be regarded as an insult to the Western' Conference, and the long-sought agreement, now in the hand, might be lost . Willis Hunter, chairman of the Rose Bowl committee, "said only that the committee hasn't met yet because "it is still a little premature." Other bowls faced no such ticklish problems, and it was possible to line them up like this: Sugar Bowl, New Orleans—Georgia, Georgia Tech, Tennessee and l.ouisiana State candidates -"01 host; Wake Forest, Boston College and Tulsa best bets i'or guest. Orange Bowl, Miami — Miami eading South Carolina, North Carolina and North Carolina tot state hostship, with Boston Col :ege, Vanderbilt, Delaware consid ered as opposition. Cotton Bowl, Dallas — Texas Rice, Arkansas and Texas Aggies in the running for the Southwes Conference championship and, an tomatic hostship; Big Six chain) still unnamed, probably will be in vitecl. Sun Bowl, El Paso—Either un defeated Karelin-Simmons or Texa Tech will win the Border confer ence crown Nov. 30 and qualify a host; Denver or Missouri Vallej leading candidates as opposition. Oil Bowl, Houston—Rice may b_ host if not in Cotton Bowl, and the other spot still wide open. 'Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.— Unbealen Southeastern Louisian a good bet as host, meeting eithe other and Rice will have TCU and ; Baylor ahead. I Baylor will meet the Tulsa Hur- i ri»nrip ngainst whom Arkansas | will wind up the season Turkey j Jjuy, at Tulsa tomorrow. j Trying again to pick winners: Arkansas .over SMU •— A hard- fought battle appears to be in the offing. We believe 'the .Razorbacks had enough '"'letdown for one season when they lost to Olo Miss, but their pass defense will get another acid test. Rice over A. & M.Two'fine teams get together for this one. The home BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixture! Plumbing Repairs MARRY W. SHIVER Plumblnfi • Heating I Phone 259 Hope, Ark. state archivists be "flunkies to anti- Kreat majority of ihe shouldn't cjuarians." To the .. ....... American public, he said, archivists are "merely people who aid in searching out 'ihe lines which connect today's mink-clad dowager with her buck-skined fore boar." Mr. Eddy added that state archi vists should follow the example of the National Archives and put more emphasis on helping the state departments with und problems. their records "The support of genealogists has been helpful to the profession," he said, "but we shouldn't consider them our sole responsibility." Dr. Buck called for the establishment of an agency :'or administration of the rapidly growing , Delaware, Bates or Muhlenberg. Health and Accident INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha, Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURSf Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. SIGNS and Spray Painting Buildings • Houses Barns • Vehicles • Etc. Waller & Waf'ur Phone 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. 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 Doug /"*|TV Carl Bacon V»>l I. I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for—House !nausrr!al Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolls Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas body of international archives and for an international association 'in the i'ield of archives. The archivists proposed that a call should be issued fo.- a world congress of archivists lo meet! either in Washington oi' in Pans in 1947. Dr. Buck characterized the archives of all nations :md international agencies as the "archives of mankind, the official record of human experience in organized living." He said international understanding and peace would be advanced by preserving such records and making them available for Jar wider use than has been made of 'them in the past. 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C OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner ., in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you ad you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minute* usually getf you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Go. Friday, November ,15, 1946 HOPE *s rr -A ,n; . H >o:n.i t , * ft K -A N s A s OZARK IKE .By Rav Gotta « Uy Chic* roung RIGHT/-SO 02ARK, P'LlNGr A NOW, GIVE ME THAT '"X t^~\. BUBBLE-GUM/) ^ •BAU'.ON THEIR ONE INCH LINE... AN' IF US , PATH ELDS KIN NAIL 'EM BEHIND.TH' FIRST DOWN AND TEN TO GO, •n\ GOAL LINE, \ . - 4 '" V THEY'RE A-- A VIC_FLINT By-Michael Q'Mallev & Raloh Lane , CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Qubble had reached the boiling point.] /^ I WEVC-R THIS TANK MUSTW I NEVER there, was an ominous silence in. V HEARD WATER . HOLD, A LOT OF ,f KWt-W VOU ' the TWOSPOT'S cabin. WATER, BUBBLE..« TOUCHED THE ....•JT/. BUBBLE I'M GONNA FIX THAT WHEATHEAD FLl By Leslie Turner WASH.TUB3S .SOUHOT1CTED ttOWX' VOL) KKOW-WOT >r=MttOUT.E , .HOIAEM- UFVBUB • J BUT ONE ' HE'LL NEVER SET .OVER THE : 1TWN<,, CAROL'. UJOM \N\U DO. / F11V.ED THE SWINDLING THEV I FKCE OF EMERY S^SER/HE'SSJlLLJ.OOWN' GPME HMLI SHUDDER, . WE -PPsSS,-WfSSH ? v/fORTHOSE GRW.IERS- THINK V^HM HE'D PO -\f-VK ISH fKN' fA«SWLL! 'By Walt Disney "" «JE» SEHVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. DONALD DUCK. COPB. 19JC BY NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RFO..U. S. PAT-.OFl' '1 like ilic color, 1ml tlic slylt- reminds me loj much/oi j " . .Coulihi'l we jus I send l.-nele Ned a (urkey, Mom. inslOi ol'.inviting liim ht'rc I'or TlinnksijivintJ? Tlieii 1 won't MMBE''I CAM SET SOME SLEEP.' jny old army overcotill Bur.TOu AteeXDV HAVE TWO\ huvc lo o.ul-lic him on slurius of the two world wary!'' 1 FRECKLES AND HIS SWEPT THIS AAORNINS! ST1LL. NMMTA BLANKET FUNNY BUSINESS 5 S.6MIOR. CLASS HAS.cASf 175 BALLOTS -.TO 'DETERMINE' .WHATFAWOUS .•WON1AM IN FROST---1- MEAN YOU REALLY./VRE- IMG- BY-VCNJ T US/ PAINTED By MR. -FROST- Bv Carl Anderson I'D.BE- DELIGHTED WOULD THE PAINTING BE-AMV CHEAPER. IF YOU PUT ON ONLY.ONP COAT ? TO PAIHT IT.FOR •&l YOU • &UT MY . WILL FISH* CLAMS "Ihere WUK no more roo.;«i inside—und I ilidn'l want lo Bv V. T. Hainan ALLEY,OOP "MS LOOKS LIKE \ MAYBE IT'S A / WHY, NO, IT'S \ TM SORW j -MVC KIND'OF 1 MESSA6E I FROM MV ) STONE, BUT I DEAD LANGUAGE J FROM OOP! V COUSIN ZELl/ I'LL HAVE TO I HOW Thimble Theater GOING BACK: TO.MOO ONCE! ''PEOPLE TELLIN' ME WHAT , TO DO WIT 1 ME $2,000,000 THE AIRMAIL SERVICE 15 FAST.'/ LPIOTllRE-WRlTINOJl HOW ABOUT IT. OOOLA? BREAK OUR LWEV COME? TONIG LOOK.'/ A REAL UNCUT PIAMONP, POPEVE I I P0PEYE. CAM I IWTEKEST VOL) IN A , .. yciLOP??— ^\vv/ IF YOU .DON'T-KNOW WHAT THAT AAEANS, IT IS P-O-L-I-C-V SPELLED BACKWARD.'/ "=Tv I YAM TAKE A COUfLE'A WEEKS TO DECIPE// By Edgar Martin . TWc MOX.O « RtftW t POUR Op OUR. JOB i T'V.V C. UP TWO CP.STING With Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUSE- OUT OUR WAY OU'RE POKlbS VObR SfAELLeR.^-; NO,3W<E.' WRe NOT eOlbiG ^ A FAKMLV AFFMR.TVviiees/^ T.O BCORe OM A. FOUL BALL/ 1 SOLDAlAOS'S BURGUfte W -*~-^OU'LL HA.MDTHE ,6tiT HE'S M.V "® THAT FNE SRrXND VES, BUT HE. Jl WHV. I THOUGHI MEN. LIKED fA THEIR WIVES l i> TO BE EXTRA ;V,( hll'QS TO THEIR A FOREMAN; -> IF VOL) ACCEPT 60 MUCK AS } A CIGAR,YOU'LL BE VMEWZ- f lUG A Z£8RA.6U\T BEFOREj \ lt>U FINISH SM.Oi.U>i6 IT/ .X. . _ ^t. \ BROTHER, HALF THE ^5,000 UE'LI. BE TICkL&O -mKmz&mtf^ WA6-' V1ERE BUT HIM.' Bv Fred Harmon ITU£ ,^,81 xtotee Tornado Casualty Automobile List Your Property for Sale with Us. We have 25 applicants for homes in Hope. Also many calls for farm property. Foster - Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 MUST BE, because that's a tradition with this company. 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-smile staff.

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