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$*>'<{< •* >.!•> if 1 ' |f »*Pfif«^pW l f^OrTOW £., *\ * V f & J> * t "? , v ***• ' J t \ »r' HOM if A*, HO PI, ARKANSAS Monday, jlevembiir 3, RATES M>* , »«fld, lop noil, snd flit dirt, Cull Jem Slnelnlr 7'2S99, 28 Football fiomt Still »**i v 11,80 15,00 0000 trtftd IM c«»e, fx)t* of m««fc «nnd*. fit., Hopfl, Wh 0« WUMI count «• «* Accordfan and music, 2 1021 K. 30'Ot PLANTS. »» Vintn'rtmtru. xhlpitK'nt of pot pllintu, flnatitlful K^rnnlumn In htorim. J«*t In, BMortment jiottfry fof di»h gardenit, i'BRLL rr/>wisn Huor South Kim, Phono 7-1420. .1-31 NEW YORK <# — Twenty-elicit cnllegc football t*»m* r<rm«Inod unnnntt th* country'i otllo loony with iirtbftftloti and untied rficwd*. Llttlft Pmu T«neher* of N»bro»ka bofliU th« b<;*t mark -- *l«ht «tr*l#ht triumph* without n d«f«at. w* the m»)«r college*, Oeor- Tech, Maryland and UCtA all .,„,«» won n-v«rt while Michigan l«,ue and Sotithsrn California ' B«pttir«rt »4x, ; " SPORTS ROUNDUP OAYtt TALBOT. HBW YORK Tn *plte «f they «avc prnycr of thnnki, after.! Pass Defense of Hog* Hat Folded FAYETTEVlLtiE, <Jfl — If It's not one ptiMJ*. It's another for the Atknnans R&ynrback*. current —and most baffling — . .. — PVi>rylhfn« wir foremont educator*; which there were the Irnprosulve! on( , ,g. w hat has happened tn - - - • "•- -•" ----- ---i.." n. M n,^i*. f«ii nu , M i h u „ t *• * - hnv« done to leaden the evil, over followed by a thojr pro . gtylc defense, designed es- nftVff uonr in ipnnt*n in«r t-vu, »ivi;i . vi««""» —-• -••—-— •-* « inc'ir pro-m/ie unt.-ii!n.', UKUIKIII'U i emphB»lii rode the nnllon'* «rld-' formal banquet, where ornlors, p Cl .| B )|y to stop forward passes? . Irrm* two day* BRrt. j pfl«t*. mu*iclnn» and other* who j n t |, t . Porkers' 31-12 defeat at] Many « young hu»ky wn* out'were famous, contributed to the| t h e hands of Texas AftM at Col- there getting hl» lump* only nc-i pr»i»e of the triumphant warriors." |p gc station Saturday night—as In tnu*e of the free board and room! -Returning to his home, pro- trt ,| r {wr n ^ vr setbacks this sea- , n ,. lh .ar.w»r MW f«W» dropped frorn »• L thif C0(lch dw . cniine of the free board and room ••— ™ --• - • «-• I Involved, nnd Iwcmisp his paitlcu- (Hcd by n procession, each vie- 'tor condi MW him before some lor was showered with more hon- I or*. He entered the city through . lint, lnclii«lln« Dlike. which wa* j "''n,' 'thmitthT"* deeply di*turbln«,[a hole In the city's wall, made V;s- hnovH cii«n« ie. n, thmtth* deeply di*turbln«,[a hoe n e cs a by OeorgU T r. ch '" n i l1V ''; ! anrl In nn Mori to rcc»pturc tht-l|i«taWy for such entry. , tied by the I'nrrUt Islnnd; amateurism we have' "Th* 1 winner tnen m*t**' * '• •-. . t Holp Wanted snlary, nice plflcfl lo work. Apply Manager Diamond Cnfe, 27-tr Lost ^^ SnOWNT^lher biilfnld ennlolnlnK 142 nnd kJentlflfntltm popem. Cull Southwest Wood Product*. Dodd Gives Formula for tri'C npirt of ainotcurlum we have K'ims back to the original Olympic l!nm«» on Mt. Olympun In Greece, was wined „„„ dined most Invlnhly In his home city at public expense. Olfts Frank G, Mcnke's of Sport*." wn. vJiynip 111 * ul ^-»iw<*ti:, ii"<"~ —* - -_-- _.-the moKic carpet of ««e forced upon him He was ex- '1C CH I Ot I wl ' »• vi v- •-'••' — -- --• --— -- •• '"Kncyckijir'din'ciiiptfd from taxation. As a ell i urn*, he was permitted to build "Entering »>c Hludlurn," we 91 - c ; H inomimcnt to himself In any par toM "ihe different «|uaH» wonOof the city he choso. If he lacked «*. exhorted by U,e moat famous ora-lfuid., wealthy townsmen sub- \A/inttirt/1 Taa/lltl «** from Ihelr'cMlM lo «lve .their j scribed whatever a m ount was YVinnlny I eUllli| n .»t, to fight fair and clean, ami! needed. J)urh(»m, N, C. Co»ch Hob , , . by Dodd'd ftii-niuln for footbnll »uc Services Offered ifEATta of experloncc in floor landlnif and flnUhlng. Palo n .«!•», Dl'4 W, 7th. Phone 7<2a34. 0-21-lm Tnch ono; "Be IOOBP, Hi-lax. Hnvu fun.' | Porhfi(>M no lonnt In tho cmiritry: Kt<l Kf'Ottur relish out of tho »"• tci.in st>«*t)n tlmri these enthuslnn- lie ranibllntf wreckcnt from Atlon- In, who now hnvti gonn through 21 rnlght gamoM without n defeat. The renson IB onsily trocud to Dmld, n mil, Clary Cooporlnh Individual who w«* ono of Tonnun- ,»*•«'» «rent field inmernls and bofom Kolng to Toch ! win for the home city. "At the toncluslcm of the five- day festival, the winner* were, es- c-rled to the lilwlue of Zoim, wher': / t i( we observe, the Greeks gave ovcr-t'inphnsls a hard time so long lift they had the gomes to thern- s<;ii —tnelr aerlnl defense was pitifully porous. The Negro Community By H«l«n Turner Phone 7-4474 Or brint item* to Ml*» Turnar •t Hlcki Funeral Horn* Octob«r 31. Funeral arrangerrtentt are incomplete. Mrs. Marglec Taylor, aged 4l died at her home Saturday, NtK vomber 1. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. -, fo Keystone Lodge No. 43 will meet Tuesday nl^ht, November 4, at the regular meeting place. All memb- Legal Notice rife CTi, who were the pro- «" '"'< »^« * * » M season choices for the Southwest Conference cellar, used the throwing' of Ray Graves nnd the receiving of halfback Don Ellis for three first hnll touchdowns, which wou|d hove been enough to Rive thorn t§c victory. j Jf it had always been this way, there'd be no puzzle. But, back in Jt)50 when Coach. Otis I) o u glas LEGAL NOTICE G K Coleman made application at the City Council Meeting of Od- tobcr 21, 19S2, for permit to locatfe a gasoline pump and undergrounu tank on Lot 1, Ward's Replat, fading Walker Street. Date of hear* ing/is set for November 4, 1952, at Mrs. Oelnvia Jefferson died a\ her home in Washington, Friday, .Spartans" next Indiana, Notre Pross poll, the throe opponents^ •. niiine ami Marqueltc — are think ing up ways and means of keeping the score down. Of them all the ..»,(.> wiii-ii v,uuk-u. v.v. n i, ,., 11 B u,j> (jjy gcwc down. Ot them all me came down from the pass-minded j j,.^,, sti , nc | th( , beat c i,ance of get- in o looKue nnd installed the man-!....., thmuah unscathed. , «nd king dUtnnco Hauling. AUo local moving, 800 Dannie Hamilton or cttll 7-3011, 0.2.1-lm For Rent 4 ROOM duplex npnrtmcmt, unfur ntxhod. Front and buck entrnnco And g1n«««d tit front porch. Ono lllock from nchool, 4SUI N. Elm 7440S, nftnr H P.m. 7-2,110, 204f „» n»»lsliint In 1931. Ho became heud conch In lIMfl. "Aflnr nil, thin U }»*t a game," the -M-ycnr-oW Tech mt-ntor "ro- innrUwl aftur carvlnu up Duke. 2H- 1, In the South'* bl« K«me here , Wo Ilko to keep It that way. We don't »frlnimn«e nt all nftwr the OUT OF DOORS with How Hunting Dogi Ride Trunk By JOE 8TET80N Doo Editor "Can we use your cnr?" naked Jeff, sheepishly. I knew this was comln« since mid-Summer, when the Stevens sedan, pair of family ncqulrcd n new luirdly the place for n muddy setters, 'Sure, Jeff," I twtd, "but what on K(3 III Ull «IHVI vt'v - —-~, • • „.„«, We don't drive our jure you Koins to do when I m not don't try to liet them upjhuntln« with you?' TO #a»*n***ini •I- tM In "Sw'k/Lw.AtJ** i .„•«.n«u>Sifi>ji«>rti<Wi ROOM furnkhed opnrl- mcnt, Prlvsto both, Kleetrli; re- frltfcrntor, UUllttex pnld, Phono MIB9 lifter (I, 3l-.1t 4^n6oM nlin?iw hiniKC, HOI N. Kim. I'hone 7-2IM13. 3 Kit furnished npiirtmi-nt, 4 ROOM Electric nsfrJKerntor, Hulh and «(iriiut', Mr». Jud&on, 220 N. Kim. N or n particular , 1 think tiint In "IIP of the reu- wo don't hnve nniny 'flsit' Sut- urday«. Kvoi-y «nme Is moru or JCHI th(? Htinu- to us •- Just » «nmt\ 8wwtlme» the boys thum- <H!lvo» 'up' for » luuttU opponent, Just its* they w«-ro uni«l»nt Duko, but wu don't try lf> lift thorn our- ^ilVCl,*." Dodil IH o icfroMhlntt departure from the- ol<l ai'lwol couch, the Hirk-t dlsclplinurltin who believes In tlvlvinu with u whip ItWtpH I ",«»•''" UNFURNiaHlsit) B room house. Modern. SOS Hluh Street. Phono 7-SIT4. S-31 I HOOM furnlHluul opiirtment with bath, 315 W, Oth. See Velmu QO»R, Uttd't) Humburitet' Slund. 33t . -if fi'- *C« i, Ills «id«» sny he novcr crltlemts u player on the fit-Id or durlnu pruclic'u. He holds ,n private conference vvllh nny boy ho fool* Is H!ini»n In his work, Thcfu'H nuver « Uiilldup bi'fovo Uui locker K»mc\ room The to ,Lon<? Stur Ordnnce Plant, Swing shtfi. Call i**i MAN or buy, minimum H«e 10 for livnernl work In Mont- HQtnery Word Catalog Office, hours per day, six dnys per 90 eunU un hour, Klthcr from fllSQ to 10i30 am. or trom 8!30 to 8:30 p.m. Ask for Writ. Comjiuui «t Montgomery Wttrd. >-3t Business Opportunity m i ----- i 3\vod On my (iropor' ot pJE c«Ulc, J, 0. ai.ot MONEY BACK OUARANIW. 100 INV1CSTMKNT tilveti you your own Independent bu»lnes» upeva- ting it ru«t« of new S cent dU- erst haudllntf iww, ftisl-inqv- cohfectloim in drug stores, ,_.,j«, bux depoU, etc, AU loca- 1km* obmuied (or you, You must huve ems (etrenees and $800, which U protected by an Ironclad money back Muuruntee. l)e- votintt n f«w of your «paro houi-« to Iho bvixlnejx, you shovild o»rn Up to $70 weekly spare time, full time more. Liberal fhumelna ««• slstanee to mid «xpftn»iwi, Full informatlotu Write Box "0" in caro of Hope St«r. 3-3t in. taot, leave the room for Hevet;al mlnulo* ...-. every content,' 'the hnlftlme Inter- ml»*lon Is not devoted to Inspini,- ticnutl oratory »ueh us made famous by the lole Knute Rockne, but to cold technical details. Candidates Are Both Sportsmen WASHINGTON Wi — No mnttor who wins tho election, the White Hutise will have, for the first time since Warren 0. Hardlnu wn» there 3i» year* ago, a president Who »<oe» tn tor « eompetitlvt •Well." mild Jeff. "I've been thinkln« of pullintt the do((s in the trunk. It's plenty Uwge cnoiiKh, but the Idea Just doesn't scorn to be rlitht. How about venlihitlon nnd exlmuse KIIHCB'.'" There la room enouxh, althoufih I con undei-sttmd anyone's concern for venlllntion, heat. and. cm- bon monoxide standpoint. 1 thinu, however, thitt tho problem ciin be very easily .solved, In the first pluee. you mustJ-nev- er leave the dojjs In the earthen It In stnndlnij In the sun. This is a must. Ventilation can be very easily provided by piittinK a Kratinii In the section of deck between the back of the rear seat and the rear window. When the car Is In motion with the windows open, tin-re Is a pressure unainst the rear window which will force nlr ,mto tli« trunk. This wll fur-man defense, the Rnzorbacks did a right Rood job of breaking )> the opposition's nir shots. Aransas' trouble then was it's im- otent offense. The boys who were ain cogs in the 1950 pass defense • and who earned the nickname f "the anti-touchdown twins," Jean Pryor and Johnny Cole, still re on hand. tiiiK through unscathed, Jim Tatum's Maryland forces face the two toughest foes on their schedule when they Ret back into action two weeks hence — Missis si,:pi and Alabama. If Bobby Dodd and his Georgia Tech operatives can get by Alabama en Nov. 15, they should be able to close the season's business with a perfect slate. In addition to Missisippi, Okla-- • - - still arc although 7 p. m Mrs. Chas. F. Rcynerson, City Clerk. Oct. 22 end Nov. 3 Legal Notice lion (it the inside deck and Insertion of n grating or some device for IctliiiK tho air through. If this is nr-nlly done, the car is the better for it. Incidentally, don't forget thai the ventilator must be closed if the windows are closed as thp carbon monoxide content Inside the car will be .increased. Your concern over this is an indication thnt there is reason for concern for your dogs if they ride in the trunk. Distributed by NEA Service. Five Teams Stay in the Select Circle By ED CORRIGAN NEW YORK UP) — As the politicians would say, the time has come, ladies and gentlemen, to stnit looking ahead. Five football conches of the country's major teams are doing just ihal today. They're looking ahead to the remainder of their schedules nnd hoping they can remain unbeaten and untied. Mich igan StiUc, Maryland, Georgia Tech, .*.,..,,,^ .,. B .-, , ~ Southern California and UCLA nre upset. 22-13, by Illinois Saturday. ihc teams still in the select cir- ""• "-•" r r -h-,^. cle. One thinfi is certain and that is, I bnrrlnR a tic, either UCLA's Red I Sanders or Southern Cal's Jesse home and V i 1 lanova among the unbeatens lied. As for the bowls, the picture still is cloudy and probably will be for .it least another week. Georgia Tech is n certainty to go to cither the Orsnge or Sugar Bowl— Probably the latter. Michigan State, which operates under Big Ten ru'cs, is ineligible 1 as is Maiyland, which i!, on a one-year suspension from the Southern Conference for plnying in the Sugar Bowl Jan. 1. The Rose Bowl probably will have UCLA or Southern California as the host. The Big Ten representative is far from being determined. Purdue is the currenl leader. Michigan also has a gooc chance of making it, despite bein NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OP HENIPSTEAD COUNTY, ' ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 836' G. E. Roberts, deceased w -|| Last known address 'of decedent" Hope, Arkansas :• . Date of death: October 17, 1952. The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 24th day of October, 1952. All persons having claims agaihst the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred art* precluded from any benefit in trV~ estate. • This notice first published 3 day of November, 1952. Albert Graves (Administrator) Box 24, Hope, Arkansas Nov. 3, 10 Legal Notice Hill is going to be uefore the season disappointed ends. Their tor.ms meet head on two weeks from Saturday and on the result probably will go the Pacific Coast Conference title nnd a bid to the Rose Bowl. Neither has a particularly tough task this week. UCLA meets Ore- State and Southern Cal goes The Southwest Conference champion acts as host in the Cotton Uo-.vl. The best that can be said is that Texas, on the basis of its ai-14' triumph over Southern Method 1st, is in the favorite's role. Except for South Carolina's well- turned 21-14 victory over Virginia, must of, Saturday's games followed the expected script. Michigan State nipped Purdue, 14-7; M a r ylnnd breezed past Boston University, 3-17; Oklahoma shut out Iowa State. •11-0; Georgia Tech defeated Duke, 2!i-7; Kansas stopped Kansas State, against Stanford, the defendin.7 i 20-15; UCLA defeated California, 23 conference champion. Tennessee swept past North \s for Biggie Munn and his i Carolina, 41-14; Notre Dame halt Michigan State outfit, the No. I eel Navy, 17-G, and Penn State team -in the weekly Associated nipped Pcnn, 14-7. NOTICE : Notice is herewith given that*' Hope School District No. 1-A* Emma Poindexler and Geraldinc. Rowe have filed a petition with the City Council of Hope, Arkansas, to vacate all of Ward Avenue and also Lo vacate the nine foot alloy be-i tween Lots 12 nnd 13 of Ward's Re-1 plat of parts of Blocks 11 and 12, Beard's Addition to the City of Hope, Hempstoad County, Arkarj-, sas, as shown on the original plat recorded in Misc. Book 3, paffd !J4, Hcmpstead County Recorder's--, office. All interested persons nre* advised that the City Council;.;of Hope, Arkansas, will at its meeting on the 4th day of November, 1952; hear and determine whether or not all of Ward Avenue and ,the nine foot alloy between Lots 12-hn'd 13 of Ward's Replat shall be vacated. WITNESS my hand and seal on this 21st day of October 1952. Mrs. Chas. F. Royncrson City Clerk Oct. 22 and Nov. 3 (supply ample ventilation while traveling. It will also help to satisfy tho partial vaceu- um that Is formed in buck of the cur which tends to pull exhaust fumes Into the trunk. Thus there will bo less carbon monoxide pulled Into the dons' compartment. Such un arrmiKeniiMit is adequate or short trips --- but not for j park- If you want more room and ventilation while parked you'll have ;o build (there urc concerns that julld to fit your car ond your spec iflcntionsi an adapter with .sides and rear to fit under the raised trunk Ud, The ventilation which sueh u device will permit will al so increase the exhuust luu.ard. With the rear ventiluiion it is Eisenhower plays «olf; Steven turn pltiys tennU, Hurdtnii wuni n golfer, and t good one, He shot consistently h "i»> BO's. lilnenhower recently shot «n HI, . An extension of flexible tubing ear be rlfiKcd to u hciKht of u foot 01 more above the roof line, Tho tub Inti can be held In place with sue tiori cups such as are used for sk racks and can be installed or re lMeennu\vi?r rwwuuj sunn HII %»». •* - • •—-~ •• •• tn.d once hnd a ?tt nt Blind Brook moved In u minute. Such a nn w.i tn Port Chester, N, Y. MAN" OR WOMAN WOO PKK MONTH POSS1UUK A Ntttlonal concern with referonct-* barvk», Chambor of Comin , . Aftfr Hai-dlng' itainc u couple ot IUhevme«5 Calvin Coolldgo und Herbert Hoover. . 1). Roosevelt swam tit suite of his physivttV handicaps. Harry S. Tt'umou walkji. None of Utexe sporti Is conslil- uM ixnnpHlUvo, »ltho\tKh thoro m«y bo n ilttforeutfO of opinloi u»«d» hi»h pur* , ,, sons to supervise rtlhrlbutlon ut jNaUwally AdvcrtUcti Mtti-ehau- 4l«c to Bitubllshetl rtttatl outluU. HONfiSTV ANO RKUU81WTY *»0»IS IMPORa^NT THAff PAST KXPBRIENCE. No iclllivg solleUtiig, AU cquipmeivt own- by fluhcnv.nv, fish ami by some ! greutly reduce the percentage o deadly carbon monoxide from th exhuvust which would otherwise h sucked into the compartment b the partial vnecuum produced h the forward motion of the oar. There is no need to modify th car or cuusc undue weur and teu with either a stuck or a trunk In sert. The only change from u stiu 'l'\w White House ha» had several sports-minded InhubUunts, Geor«o Washington was unite an athlete in hi* youth. Abraham Ian- cciln wrestled, De*plte his 345 pound*. WUtlum Howard. Taft had dnrd cur is the removal of a. see To Esso Dealers and our Other Customers: , been a good baseball player, 'IH-umnn several times has told thn siwy about haw he wanted to b» u baseball player, and how he fulled to muko U because his eye- niiiht was poor, "!io they n\adi> me the umpUro." Even the high-powered San Fran Cisco -liters aren't safe tn this un- ceituln league. The Chicago Bears—15-point un' -handed the 49ers their U Ktsoi\h(,iwer wuw, h«'tl UI,B di«tluctlot» no other president had. He will be u»e only ,,,,_„„.,.,.,.. wa* paying' toot ball Hi We** Point, ond m»de Uw liitkle in a gom« with C»rli»l*> Kl* enau^fc didn't Texons Trail in Pro Loop Grid Play first setback of the season yester- ny with u JoliinK aO-17 victory mi George Dlundu's -ia-.vurd field >,•»! in the fourth period. San Francisco ha'd won five trnijht names and was threaten- ill to make it complete runaway lib the National Conference. But mv It's a close rae«, with the ietrolt Lions 4-% only one ohind in second place. The Lion* prilled « n»ild ....... hemselves by defeating the Qleve- fld BWWJ»«, it4. This R«me not wily moved De' closer to San Francisco, but »«nt «»« American Conference do a two-way tie tor first place Between CUveltind and the " Vork Giant*. 'rt» QUnt* moved into a tie for hit l*»d by walloping the Chicago CwUnaU. »-«- As a rasult, the and Browns have identical f-Tf-*,ff ;i '" ' t '""*» Monday, November S, 1951 jAl'mWsWiW, w ,4 * IJ T?..)7," i y^'- ™" *?•*!*{' MO PI STAftt MOI»I, A •y Ctitek Youn« HAT'S ONE OF, HE FIRST TRIO<5 HUSBAND LEARNS, Binr IT DOESN'T LAST LONG ONE PICKLE ON A DISH TWO STRIMG BEANS ON A DISH-ONE R«viSH E FRIED POTAtO-ONE DAB OF PUDDING- •4O WONDER/ JAGWOOD BUMSTEAD, COME HEf?E MIS MINUTE WELLJHATS THAT- THE DISHES ARE FINISHED jp mi. Kii|ttii«in.l|«<»i». I". *"^ "I We at Esso Standard Oil Company believe that the right to vote take* precedence over all other rights on Election Day. For that reason we are giving all our employees ample time off on November 4, so that they may all exercise their franchise as free citizens. Because so many of our employees will be in voting booths instead of at their jobs on flection Day, we may not be able to serve aft our dealers and other customers as swiftly and efficiently as we wawJd lifce to. If you experience any inconvenience, ple§»e bear witt^ us on this day of the year. You'll be lnconv««i«K:*d for a pVighty «ood c»usel In othw games, the Los Angeles Mittna broke loose for Che first Um« this season to trounce the Twsaiis, «>StO; Pittsburgh stopped a laitf w»*h«i«»on r*">' *w » 3*- ia victory, and Green Bay nipped PhUadelpliitt 1|>10- WASHINGTON W 3MS8 c»su»Uie« irf U» Tb» €sso ^^^^^BIPPPBI^^^^^ lARD OltfCOMPANY ^fe., jf.v A n * "* *J^J j£3£ V^iti ^i\. , it. . Ap.* jSk ^K • s it* . '^ ,y*- , Answer to Previous Puzile 38 Orange legs blossom oil 47 Mimtow 40 Lithuanian 4tf Girl's name coin 50 Guided Clothes Conscious HORIZONTAL 2 Kind of bomb 1 Worn on the 3 Head to head ttaar! 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