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Monday, November 24, 1952 WANT AD RATES All Want Ads Am Payable In Advance But Ads Will Be Accepted Over The Telephone And Accomo- dation Accounts Allowed With The Understanding The Account I* Payable When Statement Is Rendered Number ot Words Up to IS 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 30 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 60 45 .GO .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 120 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.0u CLASSIFIED DISPLAY One Time 75e per Inch 3 Times 60c per IncU 6 Times 50e per bich Rates quoted above arc for con- •ecutive inb"Mions. Irregular or sklp- doto ads will take the one-day rat«. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication Ihe following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise- or edit all advertisements of* fering lor publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials ot one or more letters, groups 01 figure* such os homes or telephone numbers count 'as one word. Trie Hope Star will not be reiporv slblo tor errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then tor ONLY the ONfc Incorrect Insertion. Phone 7-3431 HOPE STAR Star of Hope 1899; Consolidated January Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. t. p alni«r Pr««IH**» Alex H. Washburn, Socy-Trafc At The Star Building 212.214 ioutn wolnui .itrMt, Hopo, Arkaniat Alex H Wo.nburn, Editor & Publish*? Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Gcurgo W. Hosmor, Mceh. Supt. Jc.;s M Oovis, Advertising Manager _. .wi.jn.J closs matter at Mjpc, Arkansaf, under the Act ot March 3, 1897. Membei ot the Audit Bureau at Circulation* Subscription Rate? (payabl* in advance) By carrier In Hope and neighbor- .no towns — Per Week 25 Per fear '3-00 By mail in Hempslead, Nevoda, .ulayent, Howard, and Miller coun- Monday, November By Ray Go«« ' ' AKRANSAI f^f/JPf' '^ •', •' ' MOM ITAfc, MOM | y Ottek I'M «LAO HESSO RSCfCETFUL MAS NEW ONES HAVE SPRUNG OZARK LOOSE v ON A _ / 7 REVERSE/ j By Michael O'Molley and Ralph La*» THAT AM6HT HAVB_56BN J WHAT JUST WHAT fX> *rOU THINK ycuVBGOTOMME SIV£ AAB A KUW- USTEN/ I &OT HOWS AKJV ) MV RIGHTS ANC? WELL, WELL -•LAITY , fly ». It. Wllllomi EMBARRASSIM© OUT OUR WAT . RBUUCtASTT/ VOU'IZE SOIN& TO.. .. ' 006. JPON'T CHASE. ONE B A MIMLVT6 TO see THAT OUN KICK NCM// i SjS'»nt 24 ScBndlnnvUn myth 43 By Leslie Turrte; WASH TUBBS THEN WE'LL TrJ:ML 'BA THIS HEUCU'TER.! BUT I DiON'T HEAR. 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By Russ "Winterbotham CHRIS WELKIN, Planoteer FRICKLIS AND HIS FRUNDS PVI-L5 A FPOW THE IN THE 1MB SENIORS RGUJ? iFRRM BUYON TWB QUS5 TO Of T» REtATTOiS 86 WITH QUM. By Carl Anderton HOP! STAR, HOP1, ARKANSAS t MM* CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Ofllcs D»? Beiora Public»Uon One Three Six One Da; Days Days Month 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 0.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Pr«M 1927 1*, 192* For Sole NY type of gravel, including pea gravel, sand, top soil, and fill dirt. Call Jesse Sinclair 7-2559. O-28-lm 'ANSY plants, 3 dozen $1. Arbav- vitae bushes, nandina bushes, paradlce bushes, hydrangeas. 1804 S. Elm. CAMPBELL FLOW KR & GIFT SHOP. Phone 7-4428 18-6' 'ANSY plants. Now best time to plant large flowered kinds. MONTS SEED STORE 22-3 TWO wheel all metal horse or co\\ trailer. F. L. Hairr, Phone 7-2204 22-3 SPORTS ROUNDUP Southwest Loop Play Ends Saturday By The A»»f>cl«t«d Press The Southwest Conference foot ball campaign ends this week with enlv secend place left to fight for. Texas, aiming at a sweep, can't __ UIB vvlllllllj . be beaten out of the title regard-1 The Austrnlinn9 believe in less of what happens in its game j in , a mm) hjs choico> bookmaker .By GAYLE TALBOT. By QAYLE TALftOT NKW YORK, (M — One ot the pleasures to be anticipated by a visitor to Australia is the Chnnee to go to a rnce track and come tc grips with a real, live book linker, a species snid to be extinct m this country. with Texas — A & M at Austin Thursidoy. Southern Methodist and Rice will bailie for the runnerup spot. SMU, in recond. place now with three victories, one loss and a tie, plays Texas Christian at Dallas Saturday. Rice, with a 3-2 record, close cut agnint Baylor at Waco. Baylc r ruined SMU's hopes Me Kown Takes? Lead in Total Yardage DALLAS (/T) — Ray MeKown, the or pnrimutuel right on the prom-j workhorse of Texas Christian, is i.:es, and so fnr as we have beenjbuek where he started heading the ablo to yee or to learn there Is! Senthwcst Conference in total of- no conllict between the two meth fenso. ods of betting. They seem, rather, j All versatile Ray needed was to Douglas Bows Out With Loss to Tulsa FAYETTEVT.LE Ifr— Otis Oouft las must hnve said to himself: "This It where T cnme In." For, liia football couching career ROUGH, air dried oak, gum and cypress. Also S-2-S Oak and Gum suitable for Farm use. Oak Fence posts and Bridge timbers. Hopo Basket Company. 24-lt Services Offered LOCAL and long distance Hauling. Also local moving. See Dannie Hamilton or call 7-3811. O-23-lm to coini-iement one another. nt the University of Arkansas end ed Saturday the snme wny It sirrtfd In September, 1950, with tn<- Hnttorbneks losing to n Missouri Volley Conference team, Yet. (he beginning and the end wcie not parallel. The big expro grlddcr was nl cntch i-p in ganu-s played. As hejll'.e helm of a highly fnvorcd Ar- 19 Coll«g«s oft Unb«ot*ft Lilt NKW YORK (A-three of tfto notion',* top ranked footbnll pow ois-Mlchtgart Slntrj, fioovjtta Toch and Southern Calif orhla ftfo nrnmtR the 10 ufvlrenten, untied Cbi lejjo teams. Mlchlfian Stale, No, 1 nfttlonfilly finished its season SAtvirdfly with ti 02-13 drubbing of Mafqucttfi tor victory No, 9. second-milked dint 1 gin Tjch downed 'Florida' Stfcta 3fiO for No, 10 ntid can go (fl'-tnd hcnd- of the class by bentlrtR Clear For Rent LARGE 2 room unfurnished apartment. 520 W. Division. Phono 7-3823. 22-31 For Sale or Rent Notice NEW and renewal subscriptions to any magazine published.. Christmas rates. Charles Reyncrson City Hall. Day Phone, 7-2328; Night 7-2788. O-30-lm B' YOU want to drink, that's your lusiness. If you want to quit, that's our business. Alco holies Anonymous, P. O. Bo> 265. N-18-lir Home Study Course One Montli •'hreu Monthb iix Months One Year All other mail One Month • hres Months .. Six Months One Year . .85 1.60 2.60 4.50 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 COMPLETE your high school a home in spare time. Diploma No classes. Texts furnished Write for free booklet. American School, 2905 Alabama, . Fort Smith, Arkansas. N-19-lm Help Wanted 05 YEAR old feed company has exclusive territories open in this and surrounding counties for full or part time representatives ago 25 to 55. No investment. Home nights. Car Accessary. Good chance for advancement. Write Box "X" in care of Hope Star. 24-lt Ncit'l Adver/sing Representatives: Arkansas DailM Inc.; 1602 Sterick 8lda., Memphis 2, Tenn., 505 Texa» - - Texas; 360 N. 60 E. 1763 fenobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. qldg., wempnis z, >enn., 3va i dank Bldg. Qflllas &, Texas; 3t Michigan Ave., ChiuVgo 1, III.; < <l2nd St., Now Yorh-*l7, N. Y.; Memuer of the Associated Press: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to tho use for republicatlon it all the local news printed in thii .iv, .ocpor, us well as all AP newt Wanted EXPERIENCED waitress. Top sal ary. Apply Manager, Diamond Cafe. N-19-tf Position Wanted EXPERIENCED service station operator or route man wants po sition in Hope or vicinity. Box "B" in care of Hope Star. FARMERS Buy Farm Bureau Insurance Fire-Life, Automobile, Polio, and Hospital. For Information Contact GARLAND E. URREY Agent 1407 S. Pine Phone 7-3772 of a possible championship tie last week when the Golden Bears and the Methodist fought to a 7-7 deadlock. Rice ruined Texas Christian's cha-ices of second place by beat ir.g the Horned Frogs 12-6. In the only other game played, Arkans;>" finished the season by absorbing its eighth defeat a 44-34 trcuncmt from Tulsa. It was the last inU-rsectional game of the sen so.i and left the conference with a recori; of eight victories against 3 defeats. Texas will be an overwhelming avoritc to beat A & M Thursday and wind up with a perfect record n conference play. But this tra ditiona' same will draw the usual =e'.l-out crowd. That means 66,000 n Memorial Stadium at Austin. Rice f.nd Southern Methodist pro bably will be narrow favorites to Yin the:r games Saturday. AIC Title to Be Decided Turkey Day By HOWARD GRAVES Of The Associated Press The peaceful placid Arkansas intercollegiate Conference football scene could turn into a boiling pot of confusion if certain Thanksgiving Day games don't come ont as expected. Southern Slate is just one game away from ils second straight AIC pennant but Henderson Stale and \i-kansas 'A&M could spoil the 1 '.roam. Aikansas A & M must dump Southern and Henderson bpat win ess Arkansas Stale Teachers rin'rsuay for the Reddies to tie Slate Cor the title. Thursday's activities bring down the cuitaln on the 1952 campaign. T'r.c College of the O'/.arks ended its ^ason last Saturday by spank ing Arkansas Toch 39-0. H was also the final for Tech. Fritz Ehren, sparkling senior Mountaineer fullback, closed ou1 an illustrations career by scoring tA-o toiehdowns and passing foi ihreo others in the rout. He gra c'unfes Wednesday, Soutrern Stale notched ils nintt wi'i in 10 games when it nickrjc Wharton, Tex. Junior College 26 14. Vance Roberts bulled acros for Iwo touchdowns lo rally th Muleridc-rs from a first half do H is possible to stand in one'evened thinps up njjninst Hiee; knjusns team that went against Ok spot and case both the prices beinj; playing in his ninth contest— Me-1 lahoma A. & M's selfstyled "thin flashed upon the tote board, which• Ko\vn passed for I!U yards and! tnirty" in Little Hock In the 1050 incidentally, was invented by an i went buck into first jvu'el, repl.iej upener. The Ra/.orbacks were up Saturday. Southern California, No. 4 whipped UCLA, No. 3, 14-12 for its ninth straight nml Can rnnKo It 10 by turninK bnck Notre Dnrrio Saturday. Only Oorgln Toch find Pert (Neb.) Teachers have won 10 one Peru 1'hs finished Its season, Auttralirn, This lends itself to a ins; T Jones. Texas <|iu\rtc.rbnck. itet. 12-7, and went on to their Me Kown has gamed H1B yards' worst senson in history — only !shinrt and IWIi passing in HIM! two wii'S nKiiinst eight losses, n little extra excitment, for the pal-j rou, having decided upon a horse, then has to choose between manli'hvs loi n total of UMil. Jones has record they O(|uallert this year. and machine. •d i |, llfi'l yiinls on liill plays. The buikies, but some obscurj! J'inos still heads the passers with signal rystem, keep in pretty close j I,is 991 yards on <i2 completions in agro-en ent on the principal entries, j 1^7 attempts. Say thi>t they are offering . r >li Arid the terrific Texas trio of against the animal you fancy while: Hick Ocho, Gib Dawson and Hilly the tote indicates the payoff will Quinn, remained onc-tow-three in be slightly longer than thst. Yoti; bail enrrylni;. Oehnahas gained takes your choice, and .we invar-i 722 yards on 171 curries, Dawson .ui'oly look the bookie. I '•'> on Hill a nil Quinn Sill) on 103. Our reasoning, which we consid-j Jerry Norton of Southern Metho ered extremely sound, was thhtjdist boc.sled his lead In punting. Last Saturday's 44-34 loss to Till- FI\ was o bit different, Arkansas was a two-touchdown underdog, but tinned In its highest scoring per fvT'.iuncc of the senson and came close U, springing nn upset. The Porkers were ahead 20-7 In tin.- fl'-.sl quarter mid again paired to be on their wny when they tied It up at 34-34 in tho ton,'Hi period. A field goal and ti touchdown run by Howard tht Goitkffli tmcrnt s«ble$ Williams w6r« 18 ,— 82, in the Char)*! Btirioi Hin Cdrftetfityv w * Homo In chaf'stf, fiirteval services for ley will Bo held M0rtda at Union J3nptlst chu - Top Radio Programs NEW YORK (M — Listening to night: NRG • 7 MacRao Show 8 Luclle dimming* In Voorhees Concert; (1:30 Bnr.d of AmoHea; 0 Mrtnta Funeral servtccs phlno Arbf*y,"Wer» Nov. 33, at New Home AMI with Hicks Mrs. Saturday tpr,, rind from there to Visit Pensnooln, Flo, 0: in Jack Smith; 7 Sua f! Juno Wyman; 0 Bob Ul CU t..\ LI I'lUny hOUllU, WHU Ultlv "1^1. UIM..-H v» III.! '\ lilt »n j'^^.v...^- KHI,^ H.lll,IH.IV'WII I HM VJ 4*..'\>tnv a late rush of money into the ma! He luuv has an nverayo of '10,9 \Vmmh, tl\o fullbaek who lore Ar ' chines miglit send tlie price tuni-|'y:>nis c.n -II kicks. .'Job St. ..... ..._ ... , ,-- - U) blls ' settled the issue. bllng clown to 2\ or ever, shorter! of Arkansas is second with 38.•! oiij 'j-) u> Ra/orbacks had their had 22. chance!. The first half ran out with them on the Tulsa one. In van 1 ; CHS nonse; Hawk; ABC 0:30 Lono Ranger, 8 Hen ry Taylor; 7:30 Rex Mnupln; MBS 7 Woman of Roar; 7!30 Crime Does Not Pay; 8:05 Ret>or >ers' Roundup. in the iron men, whereas our man hooked for 51, no matter Tom Stoliinndske of Texas still what happened. The fact that it is the leading pass-receiver. He never turned out that way has not iussencd our faith in the system. The big money bettors, we noted, also appeared to favor the men linger the umbrellas. The bookies] and their assistants stand with their bucks to the men — only club house enclosure, accepting the n.o;lest offerings of the general pub.'ic outside the fence. The clubhouse toff strolls nonchalantly past and, without break ing stride, tmirn.urs, "Two thou sand en No. 3." The bookie lakos a fleeting glance over hit shoulder to idenlify the sucker, scribble a note or his pad and goes right on hawking his odds with the loss c.f perhaps five seconds. The man who thinks he knows a winner thus has gotten down a hefty bet of $4,500 without send hru: taker. :«) throws for 51!) yards. Jerry Cocidy of Baylor tops the punt returners with an average of 111.3 on \2 runs. Texas leads in team offense with :,7:l! yards per Ramo ruul also is the leader in defense, giving up only 2H1.2 yards per gumu. Four Teams at Top of Natl Pro Loop NKW YORK 1/11 — If you're root ing for one of the 12 National League football teams, the ndcl.; in-- 1 7 to T> your team is one of the lust minute ot the same they leaeheei the I'oud and fumbled. Larry Iloguo continued to star in Ills role as flll-lri for Arkansas' injured lullbnck, Lewis Carpenter He scored three touchdowns. Jack Tioxell returned n klckotf 94 yard' Tuesday. NBC - 0:30 a.m. Double or far n Porker tally, and Buddy S" ton sprinted 53 yards (or another Waugh, a massing 250 yards on 1!) carvies, set nn all-tlrrio slngl game Individual' offensive niark for Tulsa, - R08TBR ?%% NEW YORK (/ty MlchftrJvi O-yenf-Bltf >PosUef 'Boy *titj 1082.93," " ."- 1 - •' phy Appeals will moot' ] mnn at ttte White fifou? rtny to ,marV ,fl ot the fund car . The fund drivo through Nothing ', , -.'>k'At;; CBS 9 a.m. Robert Oodfrcyj , „ . ABC 8,,a,rn,i Bro»i>i»«« MfiS - 10 n,m, LndWS-d ing FOODLAJf SHOP EARLY We will be Closet All Doy Thursday^ it tl.rough the machines and I the leaders today. affecting the price. He has made] For \\ith only three weeks of the both himself and the bookie happy. \ NKL schedule remaining, four ills, San l''r,'iucisco, Detroit, BARS BABY RUTH BUTTER FINGERS COCONUT GROVE 22-3t JUST ARRIVED 1000 NEW CHRISTMAS SUIT AND TOPCOAT SAMPLES TOM WARDLAWS MAIN STREET TAILOR SHOP Although plague is believed to have existed in ancient times, its most spectacular development was the Black Death of the 14th Century which took ., three-quarters of the population of some parts of Europe. Lost DUNLOP TIRES We carry a complete stock of new and used tires. COLLIER TIRE & BATTERY SERVICE Phone 7-5846 116 E. 3rd LADIES short jacket -coat with pink lining. Lost October 3 in Hope. Return to Irene Morris Knox, Rt. 1, Box 38, McNab, Ar Kansas. 24 - 1( The arrangement, we were told that payment of all such bets due on the following Monday, nd that the percentage of pay lent is 100 per cent, period. FARMERS Do you need seeding or fertilizing done by AIRPLANE? We do all kinds at reasonable rates. HOPE AIRPORT Call Bill Watson 7-9900 Small College Back Is Highest Scorer NEW YORK UP) — Al Conway, nard-ruuning halfback of William Jewell (Mo), is almost certain to wind up as collegiate football's scoring leader for 1952. Conwti}', with one game remain ing on his team's schedule, paces . JOHN T. McRAE For life, hospltalization, sick and accident Polio and farm insurance. Prepare for the unexpected. Phone 608, P. O. Box 182 PRE8COTT, ARK. MASSINGILL REST HOME 803 E. Division Phone 7 4320 For convalescent aged, men and women. State and city approved. Reg. Vocational nurse. Jewell Massingill cit. ASTC, almost lost in, the shuffl of the G-team circuit, came wit in one point of gaining its firh win of 1he season last Friday bu lost to Memphis Naval Air Sta lion. 35-34. Two i.onAIC schools also pin final ga'.nes Thursday. Ouachita en Icrtnins William Jewel! College of Liberty. Mo., and Little Rock Ju nlor College meets Paris, Tex. Arkansas State has a date with Western Kentucky in the Refrigerator Bowl at Evansville, Ind., Dee. (J the corntry's top scorers with 121 points. William Jewell was idle last weok-eri<i but Conway maintained his 11 point edge over runnerup Mac' Moore of Sam Houston State. The latter school already has comj plated its grid season. Billy Vessels of Oklahoma still tops tin Big Seven scorers with 96 poims. Willie Roberts and Tom Miner, Loth of Tulsa, are tied for Ihe Missouri Valley lead wilh 72 points each. The Southwest Con- Iraq Military ... Continued from Page One or two hours until the Army push d in: Gen. Mahmoud went on the air jt 0 p.. to announce that tho prince egent had put control in his hands and called for popular support. Leftist parties opposed to ex- Premier Al Umari's government sparked the demonstrations Saturday, voicing dissatisfaction over indirect voting methods for forth coming general elections, the date of which has not ;et been set. The government opponents demanded direct elections, but the regent &nd government held that °uch a reform could come only from the new Parliament. An Uhari resigned under tho opposition pressure and a non-pai- tj neutral politician, Jamil Mad- fii, was charged to form a new government early yesterday i-ning. However, lie gave up a nonn ir. the face of the continuing violence. Ike Will Talk to Riflemen, Generals PHILADELPHIA' Wl—Gen. Omar * ' Green liay ami Los Angeli-ii, :uv tied for the lop position in the National Conference., each with nix viclorii-:. and three defeats. And three clubs, Cleveland, New York] and Philadelphia, are deadlocked fcr the No. I spot in tho American division, also with (i;! records. The ''mil-way standoff in tlio Nil- lional Conference i;; certain to lust only a r.v.uple of days. Circen liay and Detroit are scheduled lo clash on Th'.irs-day in the Lion's home den and the winner will sit down for tin-key dinner with the undis puled let'd. The conference lop slots really will be up for grabs nuxl Sunday, wnon I. os Angeles, for the second straight week, clashes with San Francisco, Cleveland tangles with the Wahhington Redskins, the New York Giants travel lo Pittsburgh, und the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Chicago Cardinals. The Kama climaxed a remarka'uli: recovery from their early sen son iir.potency yesterday by van quishing the 49ers, 35-9, in Los Angeles. At Green Bay, the surprising Packers picked up their fourth straight victory at the expense of the Dallas Texans, 42-14. The Detroit Lions beat the Chicago Bears 24-Uli in a Windy City; thriller. I At Cleveland, the Kagles eumu' fio'.n In-hind with two fourthquar- tcr scores lo upset the Browns. 28-20. The. Mew York Giants were held scoreless by Washington for almost three periods but finally overcame a 100 Redskin lead to win, 14-10. The Pittsburgh Steelers edged the Chicago Cardinals, 17-14. STEWARTS PAPER SHELL PECANS Lb. 29c 6 lor B^HBPBi^^^^^"^ PRODUCE «». ••* ,'•' ECONOMY FANCY PIECES 6 Or. 45c U. S. No. 1 RED POTATOES 10 Lbs. SCOTTS N0.2JCAN Pumpkin 2 f « 39c PASKEL CELERY EATMORE Cranberries Lb. 311 ASSORTED FLAVORS YELLOW 23c • ONIONS >•£&;•' OCEAN SPRAY ference leader is Bill Texas with 66 points. Quinn of Legal Notice Haul and Spread SAND or CLAY $1.25 Yard Pea Gravel, Clay, Gravel and Fertilizer Available. RALPH SAUNDERS Phone 7-4683 or 7-3174 FOR Plumbing & Repoirs Phone 7-4337 Fixtures and floor furnaces, Shallow & Deep Well Pumpf. F.H.A. Title 1 Loans. ROY WARREN PLUMBING Today a deep feeling of thanksgiving must surely fill the hearts of every American!, Let us express our thanks by attending church on Thanksgiving Day. GRANBERRY SAU NONSUCH . ^_ MINCEMEAT DEL MONTE , RAISINS DEL MONTE PRUNES Powdered Sugar f; elect Lwight D. Eisenhower is going to talk with the frontline rifleman as well as the generals! on his Korean tour. Bradley, guest of the American Broadcasting Company's radio television show "Junior Press Conference," yesterday said Eisenhower plans to go close enough to the front line in Korea to inter sailors and MATTRCSSfS A Mott«M 11f f. Elm ttre«t Phwi» 7-ftll Gloss Shop you need automobile f!ff*t Ifyovdo, we I WANTED 5000 TELEPHONE Lengths 20 to 45 feet. For prices delivered or timber, Call . .. Rufus Martin LEGAL NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE No. 844 ESTATE OF G. E. CANNON, deceased Last known address of decedent: 310 South Main St. Hope, Ark., Date ot Death: Nov. 17, 1952. An instrument dated Sept. 1, 1950 was on the 22 day of November, 1952, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against 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 and (precluded from any benefit In tht I estate. , Ibis notice first pubn*be4 of NovemW, view the "soldiers, airmen themselves." Asked if he didn't consider it simpler to bring back Gen. James A. Van Fleet, Eighth Army commander, and other field officers to brief Eisenhower, Bradley replied a ;>riuiing of the President-elect by the Korean commanders here would not be "like getting firsthand information." "Furthermore," he said, "Gen. Eisenhower is not going to talk only to those gentlemen. He !•» going to talk to division comrnao der.s, lower commanders, and even a bunch ot the soldiers, sail' ors and airmen themselves." Bradu>y also hinted that t n o U. S. top command is keeping an j '/pen n.ir.d on the question ot using j atom bombs in Korea. Pointing i out there are no real strategic targets in Korea and not sufficient tactical targets lor such weapons, he added: "Now if they, the Communists, should mass against us for an all- out attack, you might be tempted to use it." Claims to Be Divided 3 Ways i HOT SPRINGS (/I") Proceeds from Inrite claims accumulating in a court i-i'aiBtry for the past two'I years will be divided three ways j I under a Third District Chancery, | Court decision handed down Saturday. The Montgomery County claims, || estimated to be worth about 2 mil-j lion dollars, were held by Chancel-, lor Sari; Garrett to be owned joint ly by J. C. .Roehm, J. G. Cazort and hcirt, of the late H, E. Hunder! GOLDEN BISCUIT FLOUR S Lb. With Eoch CANDIED PINEAPPLE BAKERS-* ' • 7ozJo ,44c CQCOHI CANDIED CHERRIES son. A'hc National Lead Co., which holds leases on the claims, has paid $2.800 monthly since 1950 into tht, court registry. Unless an appeal is filed, the $50,000 v/lil be pnH to the partners. The Henderson r.eirs filed suit CANDIED FRUIT BSSHWJ PNS DROMEDARY DAIES fgainst Cazort, Roehrri and lead firm in 1950, charging SCOQGWS thei that; Henderson was incompetent when he sold his share in the claims to his two partners. They also contended the sale was illegal because Oazort and Roehrn were state em- Cazort formerly wias em at an assistant' state geojp- glst anci Cavort is an ex-emplpye of. *.he *tate severance unit. Judge Garratt ruled that the psrtnershiR was valid, but voidue*! the salt contracts. NAN6Y W4NK' CHERRIS 2 Np. I Can For 49c The general said he could see Uttle v,j}ue in tpe Indian proposal for wtfcbji*hment of a prisoner mr repatriation commU.k-n M V/ater is essential (or all life CURTIS 10 0*, Bflfl Marshmallowsi 35c ^P ^^[^^ ^QB^^ ^^B^^ r ^^^^ process. we are putting on them a»~ «*^. l«>j

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