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M § ANY type Ot K"v«l. lft « ludl « . gnval. Mm*, to* «M, ind fill Sltt. C*H JOMO Wncltlr 74Wfc ar School on f$i*M* 1 WW, ;T ,. ^ Sehool *lto. 2 »tory BrJcfc twIWIng, Good lumbar Wrecked and r«movt«! HlghMt Dldd«r. night (a reject nil bid*. Contact .Twmpi H. Jensji^ »«pt. «*f achooln. Phono ' ' l •«Uftft«6 mill. Toledo »ralP«, ill our, 0 cftie cold drink box, candy •how «?&»«, Orndy Crnlrt'H Store Arkftn»a«. Phone 3MO )8«3 C, Allen typewrlt«r«, cnnh plnn. rental paid equal* our HRlo price wo Rivo you tho machine. Be 0, C. Bryant, 320 South Pine 8t 15-0 ,sr »» vrt.Mayalt.mooo by Sflven room hotine, three ixittroom Bltto fan, fl<»or furniitsc, venotln Ullnrtu, «ni'«K<J n«d utornge room Will ««H for equity and monthl of »M.8d, four par cei on loan, U17 Ea»l tat at, Tolophone M001. 17-Ot Muleriders Likely AIC Winner iy HOWARD ORAVIft 01 The Aiwointeil Prew S 8tA*, HOJH, •MlP* Many Things Contribute to Grid Victories , Nevcmbelr 17; Monday, November 17, 19S2 HOU STAR, HOPI, AtRANIAt ILONOH ly Chick Youni Ttm Ark»n*»» Conference — »» iflna fwtbnii I«B ' Major ColUges R«main Uitbftaten NEW YORK (Jl — Four mnjor college* — tJeoruitt Tech, Mich- ignn StPif, Sotrthcrn C«Ilfornl« «n<l UCtA — head tli« tint of 21 gcnt»fl and iintiM teams today. Tha weekend's action dropped two more from the dwindling IUI when htflfyl/ind IwiW n booting from el*, w.obby gull haii one Hniurdny and Dny In which to fin- »lt H« gridiron bu»lni»«». Houthorn fit«tfl'» mlRhty Mule- rMen Hill nncd* n tiny Hlltch to tow up IU »i»«ond RtrolNht crown, but Arkfln»»» A&M In't «xp<;elod spoil the plciuir*» wlmn thu two meet In n Turkey and loynn we* down*d by Bucna Viiita By WILL ORIM8LEY YORK. tf» — Monday's . football wa»h, but the ironing done on Saturday: Thai wn» the d!iy It wa* proved Ten of mo ta»rr,« nnve com-ht **,» all sorts of thlnw to win Fair Enough •y Wettfcrook Peeler Copyright, 1W2 y Kind F«ature» Syndicate. their season* Including Peru (Nfb> Tcnchnrn, which head* tho notion with 10 victories. Of-w Kin Tech h«» nine, while Michl- State, Bouthrrn California and UCLA ol«ht. Southern (fames— 21 miles per hour'wind*, fumbles lhat aren t accidents and players the coaches (llftn't '.now they had. Siicakmn of the latter— At Army, Bill Purdue is better r..r«nil'()CUV mwt on Saturday.! « ri nwn as « sprinter and hurdler - - • • ' on th« lrn< -' k u ' am> As for (o ° 1 ' H>M)H>, Second plnco Henderson 8t<tt« could tin the Mulerldor* if the third place Aggie* »prlrt« nn up- sot itnd the Reddle* 8«t by w "»- Arkannns State Toucher* Col In another Th'anknulvlng Dny bout, Henderson, 30-13 winner over lU'ndrlx ln»t wouk. I* Win Sntur dny, „ ,, Southern Stnte fdued Delln 8tut<s (it CMevcland, Mt*»., 27-20, \(,u\ Saturday and meets Whnrton Junior w«uk. Only Ar Unn»H» Stato him »topi»»d tho MulBt'ldtm lhl» yowr , tho unbeaten, united schools with nine vlcUirln*. It hns com l/H'U'd Its schedule. Cotton Bowl Game Like Homecoming DALLAS, MB— Ever heard of n hottircomlntf football some for both leaniH? The Cotton Bowl finmc Jan. 1 Is golnt? to be pretty clone to it. tnrcc wct;ks ho was lust a member of the junior vur- iiiy. Saturday fullback Bill scored mid* to (Slvc Army a M-l victory over Pcnn. At Southern Methodist, Pwlgnt D. Elsenhower had better get on the ball right nqw and ride off any of his relatives who may be making honest dumb mistakes or yielding to the Roosevel- tian Instincts which made a racket of the presidency. From Nov. 2 to Nov. 7, inclusive, when he checked out about noon, Arthur B. Kansas City, a Eisenhower, banker, one Hardman Sorely Missed by Tech ATLANTA M — Georgia Tech knows now Just how irreplaceable sepal, wiry Leon Hardeman Is. Iho nation's No. 2 learn really missed its star halfback Satur- d^" when Alabama gav-j the on- ginecrs tho scale of the season uy hoi' 1 Ing Tech lo a 7-S victory. "We n,rc missed Hardeman,' said Coach Bobby Dodd. 'We fia ure he 1 ? always Rood ,for at leap! one tojc'uiown a game, and he's tops at pjcUini? up first down yard njje wN?n we need it. "But .-side from his running. '••'< fact th.-.t he wasn't in there bloc-: ing for us hurt our offense a lot 1 Hardeman, a S-foot-6, 175 pound PAINT 8AUC, tliln week only. Houss paint »8.7ft gallon, Snt- iiUnetton or your money buck, Swap Shop,' 10» 8. Wai' 17-flt ,. m ....... _ _ Arkitnse* Toch and Tho College i t h,. Twmon«ee and Texas played In Cotton Bowl game. Ten- of tho close out their »ea | |) , >8Ht , e nnt j T OX as will play in the nut. Strvicti Offered YKAR8 ot exporlence In floor HnndlnB and finUhlntf. "nlc Hog- era, 013 W. 7th, Phono 7-2234, 0-ai-lm LOCAL «nd long distance' Hauling Alio local moving. Sou Dannie Hamilton or call 7-noit. 0-23-lm in n»y r«l«n. Phone sons 'Saturday when they clash til P.UKSellvHlo. The Mountnlntcm moved Into fourth place liml week when they whipped. ASTC 4IKO. Tech i« » notch hvhlnri, AfVl'C AfcM IH idlo for Hie HOC one! w««k nnd will «nd the ynur wlih the Southern State gumo. ArknnsWB State bounched Kon an* 8lnl0 Emporln Teachom Col lego 41-7 In Iu last game ot the B'iBtwn Saturday, nnd Ouaehltn (oil before Mlsuliwlppl Collouc. 3H (I in other action lost week, Tho i'llicrs «ro Idle until ThankB«lvln« wneit they nm-t Wllllnm Jewell i»r,H Cciiton Bowl ttnrnc. Fifteen of Sam „„ -erek has been nothing more than the No. 3 tailback all vi nr with conversion kicking his inuln fo r lo. Thrown Into the tall- o;ick oi-pach against Arkansas, the halfpinl field general sained 209 ynuls, scored three touch- ciowns, Hcked three conversions and led SMU to a 27-17 triumph. At Iowa, sore-shouldered Burl Bt-lUmaim got his chance only wnen quarterback Paul Kemp or >kc his leg in the second quar lor of the Northwestern game Ike's brothers, occupied suite 30-D In Ihe Waldorf Tower. The next rfjile, 3U-C, Is Ihe residence and political powerhouse or boiler- i rojm 01 the mysterious and sin- sler Aithur J. Goldsmith. This nan minufaclures sparkplugs. He s described also as a retired brok men on the two squads irx' hurt proceeded lo score one toucl homo, Itonaonnbto 7-aoia. iiti E. AVO. c, IB-SI AIC W t. T Pet <l 0 (I 1.000 For Rent OWOM~3iupl«x apartmont, unftir nlnhod, front nrtd Unetc entrnnoo und BlniKtod In front porch, Ono »lo«k from lohool, 423 N. Kim Phono 7-3488, nttor 0 p.m. 7-a»10, ao-tt ROOM unfurnished duplex apart- msnt. Screened in nloepliiR porch. Phone 7>0001 utter fl p.m. ja-Ot II ,'iuli'i-son Ark A & Ark Tech State Teachers .7fit) .007 .37S .250 .000 the 1051 wIP return. Eight are from Tonnes/ee. Tenne'iKoo ha.s Andy Ko/.ar, U* limit fullback who as a sophomore put on tutch a show In 10S1 In leadlnit the Volunteers to a 20-14 victory over Texas that lie wan tinned outstanding player of Hie day, Kc/nr was Injured last week in the tfnrno with Florida and isn't oxpnvtuJ to play any more with Tennessee thin season but Is due to be buck by the time of tho Cotton Bowl name. Texn.i players returning include backs Oil) DawsiMi and T. Jones the ent 1 Tom Stolhandske and iliutrd hurley Sewell. Tennessee was Invited to the Cotton Howl Friday and c|iilek'y »e''<->pt<;d. Tcxns won Us place in clown, P« ss f°r others anc The Negro Community •y Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or bring tteme to Mlee Turner at Hlcke Funeral Home THE ONIONS WEREN'T SAUTS-GD ENCXJGH-TOO T HE THICKENING TURNED TO LUMPS Mrs. Lessle Cheatham died at her home in Fulton, Thursday, November 13. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mack Rcoggins died Friday in Nashville. Funeral arangemonls are incomplete. TC» MUCH SALT" THE CHOPPED MEAT IS BURNED-ITS TOOGPEASV- DON'T CRY, DEAR. NOTVOURFAULT- THfc' OUT OUR WAY By j. R. Willlami the top rusher in the Southeastern Conference until ihp Alabama tame with 70-1 yards. He was r.urt in the Army game and didn't even dress tor the Crimson Tide battle. b.it will be ready before Sugar Bowl time. Bobby Marlow, the Tide's ace Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thompson, I Mrs. Anna Ealey, Mrs. Lillie Floyd and Frank Thompson were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coleman on Thursday, November 13. er. His numerous lr>r-heuci political load his mates to a 39-14 upset nmt ol the Wildcats. The 21-mile-an-hour wind blew up at Fort Worlh and, indirectly, cost fired up Texas Ch-rlstlan another of its many upset triumphs over n favored Texas learn. . . With TCU leading 7-0 in the last hiilf, Hay McKown of TCU had Jiv**i SJtrttlt t* PRBNCH WRITER DIE8 France (ffl — Funeral OUT11 Walnut tmil Wosi Ave. D., Cox Apnrtnwmtt, Two room's'and tooth, $30, 100 E. Second^ Phone 'MOOl Front« 7-8800. » room apartment Phom» $Q r v 1 c «-s will be hold hero Wednesday for Charles Mourrns, Bi-old oraelo of Prnncc'8 ro>- and extremt! rl«hl factions, who died yestordny of uremia, The ugpd wrllov and agltnlov wus sentenced to Ufa Imprison ini»n In. 18W for Vr'OVtlmf collauor tttlon with the dfcritioiw but was gven u lytiirch, medical pardon las thi 1 New Year's day classic SiUur day by beatlntt Texas Christian H- 7 nnd dlnchitiK at lenst a tie for the SoulluveHt Conference chnrn I. i uship. .The confi-ienee champion h iiottt U-Pin iu the Cotton Howl bi't if two teams lie for the title the one Ihut boat the other in season play «et,q the bowl spot Southern Methodist Is the only school left that could tie Texas for t.ie c JI-U. hnmplonsWp. Texas bent SMU About BO pt-'f cent o fthe people of ISnulnnd and wolen «re counted as urban population. of his punts caught in stiff wind, partially blocked thu by synthetic, let- organizations. secrclly or very quietly, solicit money from wealthy persons in the cast and secretly spend it to sway elections in stales where Qpldsmith and his political co- h'oi'ts lo nol reside. They have no legitimate civic reason to use money to Ihwart Ihe polilical will of any of Ihe voting cillzens thereof although they have a legal i Ighl to do so, with restriclions. I have dealt in some detail will Goldsmith's activities and dwel upon tho fact that his leltcr-heac •roups ?ive their address as 10( Cast 50th street, which to mos individuals, even in New York vould rot depict the Uixuriou. Valdorf Tower. Milton Elsenhower, the presi dent of Punn Slate college, rnad me visit to Ihe suite of his broth er, Arthur, and conferred ther with Arthur and Goldsmith. halfback, collected 64 ijainst Tech to make his lot[ 728 and edge ahead of Hardc- man. Texas guard Marvin Leath, anc converted into the first ot twc Uiuehclowns which gave the Long horns a close-squeak 14-7 triumph I telephoned Arthur B. Eisen Kansas City. He wen The much-maligned fumble is no loiiHer an accident or a break il sci-rns, but a purposeful offen sivf weapon which coaches ar nuw using to pull out victories. "We tackled high a lot more than ever before, hoping, to dislodg the ball," said Michigan State' Coach Higgle Munn after th Spartans had beaten Notre Dame 21-3. The Spartans dislodged tho ball from Irish hands and recovered (he loose ball seven times, two of these recoveries leading to touchdowns. . .Munn said his boys practiced oil week on ways of jarring tho ball losse from the enemy. Key Stone Lodge No. 43 will meet Tuesday night, November 18 at their regular meeting place. Helen Turner spent the weekend in Little Rock visiting relatives and friends. ndjoihjng bnth, Onragt fl block* to the centor of town Working lady preferred. Phono Ave. riower HI on the defensive immediately. II said 1 was snooping. "What do you mean 'snooping? I demanded. "My name is Pei ler. I told you that. I am a new; pjper reporter. I told you tha And I pm asking you direct que: tlotis and you say I am snooping. Mr. Eisenhower said he had mi :mce in Kansas City. He said 1 knew the character of work. . "You seem to be trying to make something of it," he said. I re- ijlled that I didn't know what I would write because I didn't know the facts. I was calling him to get the facts from the man di- Tectly concerned and he immediately accvised me of snooping and trying "to make something of it." •I air. not afraid of any disclosure," he said. "All right," 1 said, "who Intro duced >ou to Goldsmith?" Ho said a mutual friend introduced thfm and, later in the conversation, Said other persons took part in their conversations. I asked him who introduced them. He refused to say. He refused to name any of the others who joined them in Feed Short But Can Be Overcome Feed for livestock in Hompstcac .lounly is short, but it is not to'o ate to do something about it, say's County Agcn Oliver L. Adams We can sow small grains and win ,er legumes in Hempstead county as late as December 1. We cannot expect any materia amount of fall or early winte grazing from late seeding here the county agent said. However these late secdings will come or and with anything like norma weather you can expect earl spring pastures which will go long way to help out the shor Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flcnory pent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Lavanna Smith in Nashville', rkansas. t supply of hay. Oats can be seeded late wit The Hopewell PTA will meet on 'uesday, Nov. 18. at the school t 7:30 p.m. All parents arc urged o attend. FIGHT POSTPONED BOSTON i.T) — A heavy cold suffered by Lauro Salas, of Mexico, fu-mei- world lightweight boxing chiimo-'tn of Mexico has forced postponement of his fight with boston's hard-hitting Tommy Collins fror" tonight to Doc. 8 in Boston Garden. BEDROOM houwo. 819 £), Phono 7-2(103, CHAPT1BR ONE richt after dinner. Usually she I threshold, they were not immedl- d b « e lri" par- Notice N1W «nU »ub*crlpilotu to «u»t b l|V|ffl ^.^ JiiS 119 i£Qj(l 10HAP 'U> rfi. nny mngiulne publUhod, Chrlat* ruto*. Churlen Reynerion, HnU. Day Phone, 7.38!»! Night 7-S788, OS04m mnvtt^^^&jZ^&^&WSr^J^'JK tho Chrlstmw t»o_in the drawing '.nK mtt »« ^ cood Jlaco to , n . Ujrco greatly resented tho wnount Lf bell ringing and horn plowing Roger which now resounded through the o * room ot tho old Forbes house *« f°°™.A *« nutteu while " LmUburt Squ««. ^oHlng out at »«>« ; Soy icro Ulkng, *»M ,, ft *OU»l6j ^ to* Mr v tw| it NOTICE ThU U to r«»pwUully sum* very nice, pooplo to ro»i»t cftUlng my ofoe» to chit chttt wita my «m»loye«H during »f. "<M hour«t unlwu it should bo «lWWMWp«ri the candle-lighted windows across """° " the parlc and ItatMitaf to tho carol- P. 1 * 11 .}^" am who o«m« stumping through |J* tho snow. At lewit, this waa what she appeared to 1» dolitg. As a matter ot fact, sho \v»a hardly J know ih'oy.ar* very nttrnc- lidlos . . , if Uiey iop »«t tho nearly aangs; she was watching for Roecr Muld, who had promised to drop tn at her grand* mother'a house sometime during th« course of the owning, and who wan later than alio expectod. K his overcoat, folded Square. nnd placed It on a Old Mrs. Forbes, w she was ln- Uftll with his hat nnd variably called, was enthroned in laid on top of It a K^t carved chair by_Uie nre- downhlH unruffled place, under the splendid PW™* Emily into the of > icr wnlch Sol> 8 ent had P ft l nted om when sho wua In her prime, really have this all to Old Mr*. Forbes also appewwl How did you manage?" to be deep In conversation. But tho , oin«n arc in tho library, animated dtacuulon In w^J*' Homer was hero until a mo- ww ongaged w IU,, he son.Russell, their discussions. I don't want to be a party , had not prevented HOT from ' She wa» almost sviro that hol aont |,i m < or m o. But I don't feel to propose to her that night 80 8UM< .. - •lormjndto Kmlly hajM^H^d, bftclt to^t! »«E«^sybal>anB7 t , to fi0t mc up had no preven Ho aaUl Orandmamma serving the approach of her grand- you |?lo«so let th«nv alone, DR, L, M, LILE 18-31, Ho nad seated himself bealdo her, had bccoino grandtather had. left hor. Lost Not that her parentu and Homer Uthn* dltltKod or dUtapturovod of Roger FloWi they could not very and now, very quietly, he took her you ring.' hand. She extended a hand that was when Idld, h»u't he*" Tin not course, hound dc«, Aix ' DARK brown lo name. Buvk, If found that ot th* IPwowFand th« noWy Roy C. fry, 1U. 1 errf, ov«i thou«l» ftaanoially tt wa« not; and they had already told her ^Md c thfty "hJUtiowlnf But uii, fts4»y Jto^« „ .. Blot wl* tab* piMtf»* M» «W«w never mentioned anything that waa (n hU favor; and, every pom»voit«tt»l at ll«nb> luslw to U« f»Qt thai tit* father wt to* world on ftro, im- «i*»wuiy tote thl* to H«lpW«nttd r««««ttblanc* between th* t «0»»n» o» Re««r „ _„ «MUNI anUwation and elusive yw to let wo l» y«u gu«*a ex ve bow wajlcbtof lor He Knows I'm in lovo with you, atlll comely in spite of Its wMch set off «• BmUy, »nd he knows Uiero isn't ness ^ wnwn 8 « on «• »»IW^ any rial reason why, I shouldn't rings well Old Mrs. Forbes had "ft you so? But he's done every, always been extremely fond. ot could to convince you Jewelry and she wore a great d^al. shouldn't listen to me of tt-much more than her daugh. tor, Mrs. Thayer, approved. Roger kissed the extended hand, no doubt tt presUge. They dotftjttae two; there icra that rvo tov«d you jabt hid left Uw all my Wf«," Roger went on, "But J or that she aim Sod. Vve had a break at treated Ilka an amUaaadrwa^Rog- I've ftnaHy had a chum to er knew tb»«.she alao "" yow to marry me!" IrtPly to _ » juuvpea uj>. pulling her to her feet Wltn him. Then he drew her looked aearchingly 41 Her, To his »m«*sinaut, h« at htm couldn't vojty QaroUn* slone on be h*4 "t k*pt trying to tell you." she »»ld, "that K didn't make any dit* ter«ne* who tried to convince me I shouldn't U*itn to you. I meant to right along. Only I thought you'd niv*r say anythbg 1 could listen lo, l mean aoytfetat that matter**, 0« cwwe, tt*f« vmy I waited *» h«r« toutgbl, Roger—because I tfeat. perh»p», at last you , ttey r*l«ct*nUy »gr«e»j, b»u an «- te^TatSTKW ^t i» —— " . - ~»— uiwajry ~ wlj* J*W h.«r room. W* ougtf to My* vtted b<* tonlgbt too, . -What aa ewwnJftry, btott^t «, I «tould b*v* b to lavUe Qtt«f«r ^ it you had sumsted it, ajg,4 to any ot your news," he said. Ho also said: "I am not afraid of any disclosure." All right then, I insisted why all the mystery? What were they afraid of? I said it was strange that a group of honest men engaged in legitimate activities could be embarrassed by mention ot these meetings in print. 1 told Eisenhower that the family name now had a new importance. When the brother of the president-elect has held such secret meetings with a man of Goldsmith's mysterious political char- actor, '-he facts might be of interest to the public. Frankly, Elliott and Jimmy Roosevelt and tholr mother had put me on warning not to take pure, unselfish foy granted in the, deal- of relatives of a President. ; don't know what Arthur and JNftlton Eisenhower were up to With- Goldsmith but I iu know enough bbout Goldsmith and his piditical machinations to insist on flcts and to reject this stuffy in dlgnatlct that Arthur Eisenhowei displayed. That reaction makes me &UH>lci<us. 1 sent Goldsmith a tel cgram ftbout all this but got no reaction at all. Arthur Eisenhower did admi that he and Goldsmith had con Jerred every day of the six day tut they were neighbors in th tower. There are a hell of a lo | people in the Tower at leas $ Interesting as Goldsmith, He >ert Hoover for example. But of U the residents and transient nmate*. Goldsmith was the one who war in and out ot his place and vies versa, every day for al- UOst a week, Mr. * Eisenhower aid their visits lasted "five or ten p'nutes." I take it on myselt to doubt that. Let us say that his memorj is inaccurate. I said Ihe arm ot coincidence made a tong stretch to plant these iwo, Gc'datpith and the brother ot the preiidejit-etect, in neighboring s cut Of aft the accomoda in »ew York. Yes, he siid. ha4 been quite a coincidenve. But be saw no significance in tt>e tact that tb,ey were neighbors and that be had any iutfcresl .^jjin&h's affairs. He advises to take it all up with- Cioto- .J> end I »ld bun I had gone Os>fc?!,KkiU* OB a past occasion tut bad cfeased Mm into hiding, lie refused to aay any- almost certain assurance that wit good fertilization you can secui lato February and cnrly Marc grazing, and under ideal condition even curlier pastures. Crimson clover, due to its nature should be seeded when sufficient rainfall occurs lo keep it alive when it germinates. .Ryegrass is an excellent winter pasture grass. Late seedings fertilized wi h complete fertilizer and top dressed in January or as early now, and for those reasons which I will deal with later, Dwight Ei- si-nhowe'- had better toll, hifi brother'- to watch their company. To get bnck to Arthur Ike. For a fellow determined to keep a still tongue in his head, he did a lot o£ dumb talking. He said Goldsmith would be the one to answer the questions "under the circumstances." "What circumstances?" "We met on the most friendly circumstf.nces," he said. " I met hi.n through some friends. I am not seeking any publicity, that's all. I met some dam fine friends. The kind of people you'd like to meet. Very interesting. Why should I subject them to annoyr.nce? I found Goldsmith charming and entertaining. I found him brii.Iant. J don't know anything against hi-n." I told him he undoubtedly would get some publicity nevertheless. A '(1 1 could turn up some individuals who could match intel- as the weather permits will supply excellent pasture. Ryegrass can be seeded in the dust at almost any convenient time. The amount oE pasture will be almost in proportion to how well it is fertilized. Ryegrass also may be ovcrseed- ed on some permanent pastures. The amount of grazing from this practice will depend upon the fertility of the soil and the degree ot fortili/alion. U would be best to overseed ryograss only on well established permanent sods and only on the most fertile areas • FARMERS Buy Farm Bureau Insurance Fire-Life, Automobile, Polio, and Hospital. For Information Contact GARLAND E. URREY Agent 1407 S. Pine Phone 7-3772 DUNLOP TIRES We carry a complete stock of new and used tires. COLLIER TIRE & BATTERY SERVICE Phone 7-5846 116 E. 3rd ligence and social tastes with Ar- Juu- Ike at catchwcights who will point o£ his FARMERS Do you need seeding or fertilizing done by AIRPLANE? We do all kinds at reasonable rates. HOPE AIRPORT Call Bill Watson 7-9900 See . . JOHN T. McRAE For life, hospltalization, sick and accident, Polio and farm Insurance. Prepare for the unexpected. Phone 608, P. O. Box 182 PRESCOTT, ARK. Ybu^lHengntoM DODGE WW TRUCKS In a Dodge "Job-Rotetf' truck you're sure to get the right' engine for your hauling job, • You get all the power you nee4' in a high-compression engine •. designed for top economy. Frooj engine to rear axle, a Podge truck is "Job-Rated" for the ( kind of performance that wiU'. save you Chow Call Answer to Previous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1 Green vegetable 4 Calf meat 8 Sound £> knell 12 Go astray 13 Sea ergJc 14 Toward the sheltered eide 15 Goes well with ham 16 Cowardly 18 More curved 20 Hot -buns 21 Mouse genus 22 Follow commands 24Mimicker 26 Egyptian goddess 27 Watering place 30 Feels 32 Dreary 34 Comes in S5 Landed property 36 Donkey 37 Bad terms 39 Shoshonean Indians 40 Notion 41 Social insect 42 Prig 45 Conquers 49 Opposed 51 Decay 52 Bread spread 53 Singing voice 54 Dutch town 55 Wen 56 Malt beverage 57 Moisture VERTICAL JGaze 2 Therefore CARNIVAL 3 Disputes 4 Sells 5 Iroquoian Indian 6 British governor in American colonies 7 Headed 8 Loiter 9 Medley 10 Microscope part 11 Fried chicken o A T B * A 1 > e A a. R e * >^ i u N N .E L- K e e u. B ft •M, U N 1 e p o f fr ^ & e N O & e B u A o S. o R •* K N A * N A N W H_ N « ;-. S T B w S 1 N _* -.-. N A * V B £ T * A F» e u e H * 1 * K f « nT n w s A 1 T O a. A A a A •:•• A *i r B u A T T B R IT B U A T 5 E T e K N i K B a v e R- T A K E & & F E K * plant 17 Habitat form 19 Care for 23 Waits 24 Bewildered 25 Enclosures 26 Give forth 27 Dabbled in 28 - de foie gras 29 Beverages 31 Eats away 33 Trick 38 Mexican food 40 Fool 41 John Jacob (ab.) 42 Process 43 Depend 44 Employs ' 46 Poker stake 47 Was borne 48 Beef or lamb 50 Flap IZ. if 11 SZ Oa 50 is; JZ 35 Ifc 33 39 Z9 OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople 17 18 By Dick Turner -^M POOR. IT <f( Gl\J5 SOME OF K AC K—DASH YOU: m OM, '%.THOSE 6UYS It HAPPENS THAT mMA30R/ M A VNlMEEL. ^ ViE'RE & INi 1 V"ilT- S'A HANiD A^SD MESSES.'/ nVAEYfHiMK Re/v\EDV) x -— ^\S (TME ll ^- ^ /OO'Ri BACK 91^ THE FARM, ' ACROSS A CORNFIELD ? I. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger ly^'But just think! 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