Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 3, 1948 · Page 8
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Page Eight HOPE STAR, HOPK, ARKANSAS* Thursday, September 2, 1948 Cotton Loop Playoff to Start Tonight By The Atsociatcd Press The Cotton States League's F-naughncssy playoffs get under way tonight with Nathcz tit Greenwood and Hot Springs nt Clarksdalc. After two games in the besl- thrcc-of-fivc scrni-finals the teams Will switch sites for as many remaining games as arc needed to BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tujed Kidneys When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain In your blood, It may cnune nacBinnr backache, rhcumntle pains, leg paing, los» of Pep nnd energy, set- tinB up nilthts, Bwcllinc, puffincns under the cyea, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passasen with smartins nnd burning sometimes ehows there is Something wrong With your kidneys or bladder; 1 Don't wait I Ask your druggist for Doom's Tills, n stimulant diuretic, Xiacd BUccrsafulIy by millions for over r,(r years. Doan'a give happy relief nnd will help tha IB milea of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waoto tronx jour blood. Get JUoni Southwest Looking for Best Year By The Associated Press Southwest Conference football cams are going about the business of Rctung ready for a title •ace which promises to.be .one of the most wide open in history. Bulging with veterans, squads hinncd to the best during spring drills reported for fall practice openers at the seven member chools yesterday. They will work Lwlcc a day through next week to rush preparations. The largest turnout was at Arkansas, where Coach John Barnhill erected 70 candidates and looked for more within n few days. The squad, which included 23 let- tormcn, reported in good physical condition after the summer vacation. Sixty-five hopefuls reported at Baylor, where Coach Bob Woodruff will try again to produce a Arkansas' New War Memorial Stadium N determine the two teams which will meet Ip the finals. The finals will be a oe:>t-four-of seven series. Greenwood won the regular season pendant, with Clarksdale second, Mot Springs third and Natchez fourth. ; M!-i- ; .> m?M' < < ^rfSir i?j->SiJ«^& - - - 5* Blames U.S. for Halting Drop A RECORD Cr.OV/D 53 EXPECTED FOR THE DEDICATION OF ARKANSAS' MEW WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM AT LITTLE ROCK WHEN THE ARKANSAS P.AZORBACKS PLAY THE STRONG ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WILDCATS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,' IN 'A TOPMOTCH FOOTBALL GAME. Pool OTICE The Municipal Swimming Pool has just been drained and thoroughly cleaned and it will be kept open and in full operation as long as the weather and patronage' justifies. • ,•;•'-, Hours will be from team better tiian a c'-!lar-(iwr;lK'r. Twenty-nine tell 1 ,rmeii were in I lie group, including l''ul!b;u;l-. Sammy Pierce, (jtturd (;),:ieti<-e McGaw and Hallback O.orj'i- Sims, who will be suekhu; their I'^uilh vaisil.v letters. Woodi ull':; \>ii',i-;>".;< problem is rcplacinj; n ond stringers filOC^; BOHAf! v^P V.» H 1\ C? H Hjt If vvt ^ I S, .&' lost by eh ;nt\p,eii Sou i hern Mcthodi.st wi.'iit. to work wilh ;><S men. The ivii.lslan;:,s -displayed plenty of snap arid sash as tiu-y ran plays in' meir lir.ii rel/carsals. The Kquad is in much better condition as a whole than it was al this time last year. Seven slarl.ors of last year's powerful combination and 14 ollic] Icttcrmtn were amon;: Hie. . r >^ ,,,... l(k , nl ()MhL , [nu Texas Longhurns who stepped I ;.],,„.,,,,,,,„•,; ;inc i \ through their paces from ti .mation. Halfback Hilly tepraincd an anlJc tor photographers (the sidelines lur ; No. '1 question in camp IK wheihei Can till (he sho' s BoDby I/O He ;i:-: ball-handling quar-ei The eonicience :. coach, Harry Slilck 1 and M.. was in ;n mood a.s his squad t l!i lelicni!'.,'!), («•;'..m "Everything surely looked ;>,ond to me locliiy,'' Siilclcr comnienied. "I liked lhat hustle and everyone. seems to be in j.;ood shape, un>." Forty-nine Rice Owls answered the call of Coacii Jess Nccly. They Sai,i Francisco, Sept. 2 — (/!') — Pacific const ports were idled lo- 'l;i.y as CIO longshoremen quit work and prepared with allied unions lor a strike. I 1'icl-ets will patrol the water .; fronts beginning at ll):,';o ;] . ni. l r!', ' 'l-'Ocal time) today, Harry Dridges •national I/nu-- Unirii. said. He predicted the strike •vuuld last lluee months. '"ontract negotiations chi-fly ••encei nod wilh wages anrl 1'ie hir- ins; hall collapsed last night. The •.tnke will affect about Hi.tKKI loir.>- ••b:>remon and seafarers. About fill!) :'-hi])S are involved. The ticup from Seattle to Sail Ui'•"o \vill he IV11 aero: s Hie r,,ui,i,i. iiailrn:-.dr, had ordei e'.l an einbar i'.n on most freight declined i'er the coast pnvi:;. Military I'rcii'iit will Ije ship).,. (I. The. longshore walkout was called for H) a. in. meetings to hear re- diclional dispute between the AFL Marine I!,>dio Ofliceir. Union anrl Ih.i.' CIO American Radio Association. Loaded ships s'uUtl ;ibrupUy ye. 1 I Icirkiy (o beat Ihc strike de'idlim I Twcn'y-five le|| San Kranciscu ' leaving that many more partly loaflefl vessels aioii'-.sklo the (locks j Kniplover:; h;rl offered tn icav tl'.e tiisiJiiti d cthes.l ion .nt whe'her i union eniv)!'i.ve or an impartial (Us paiclier shall run the hiring hall up to the supienu. 1 court.'The- ])res;en' union dispatcher meanwhile would continue. Ijiit last night Hr'ul^es said. "We ••.-pi a hii-iny hall clause s en it." anoilu r ma ;or uiisetlle 1 wage::. I'lmployers ol hike;; of 1(1 cents and ivcrlinv. Tlie union Without a o perls on the failure of negotiations j (in included 1!) letterineii. Coiispiciunis n . m , because through his absence Russ, oul.;;taiidiiif! Itillhack who was ruled ineligible. On hand was Hucy Keeney, brilliant hnll'ijacl; and punting star who has le.Ue.red for three siraiglit. seasoiKJ. Another husky squad was on hand al Texas Christian, and it was obvious that Coacii Dutch Meyer, for a change, will have the which bad begun last spring. Union spokesmen said the would become official at seasoned material 10 Frogs 'fighting spirit. the ,; ept. 2 ••-• i ex a rnin a' ion i C. I ieliber, I'aile I llu: 7:',-veai'-ol(l re er was killed. s 1 - Van Pell, who eon the examination, said .•re was no means of ascertain IKHV Hc-iiber mot his death use o[ tin., decomposed state ( 1 >.o:ly. n. *:••• (,[••,; body was found on a hillside near here Tueschn tie nail boc.n missing from his engineers, iu'lepcn- j hcme about two weeks, 'iremcn and marine : An investigation still is underway l- .y the Carroll county sheritf and Etire-ha Springs police. Coroner Roy Nelson previously I'eiKi'.'rcHl a verdict of death from natural causes. Carl day i'cdei-al court in.jiinction forbid•Jing a strike was expected to be dis.'.-olvi.'d. H hailed u threatened strike o!) days ago. CIO marine COOKS and stewards. CIO marine dent marine radio operators are expected to lol- low the longshoremen out. The un- tins.'.had agreed not to sign a con- 'the tract unless all did. The radio ope •'tors are also involved in Jacob Affannalo. Philaclolphin harbor, satisfied his longing.'for a new ccr by building this ^cooler-mobile. With his son in the sidecar. Afl'nnnat.o chugs ;don.a between 20 nnd 25 miles .an; hour, getting GO miles to the gallon from the one-cylinder engine. It ^ him $265. , ' - . Albany. N. Y., Sept.. 2 — *f.-|k Harold E. Stasscri today accuse i 1 ' Secretary of Agriculture Charl.ri F. Brannan of a "delii'.cra'c u ; tempt, to slop the downward trcn 1 ' 1 of food prices." '" Stasscn. former Minncsol.li go\ ' ornor. who was defeated for tlv. Republican presidential jnomiiK;, ion by Oov. Thomas E. Dowc.)(;' o told a news conference that lh (1 | Agriculture Department, wit; Brannan's approval, had issuej-- stalemcnts intended to "raise foci'TI prices when they should be r':",tli ing clown." ''"' * The Minncsotan-talked to rcporl ers after concluding a coilterencl with Dewey about a speech opcri! ing the GOP campaign which Sta;!i •son will make in Detroit noli Tuesday. | It will be a reply to Prcsiderji Truman's Labor Day address i| the same. city. ';; When a reporter asked Stasscl whether Brannan hirnselt had i:| sued the food statement,' Stasscf said he believed it had been isrk'jj DV the department but that 'th? 'ecrctary had supported it later a| a news conference. ' St.tssen described the stalemcrij he attribuled to Brannan as "ver! nebulous." and provided no dc| tailed information about it whc'j reporters pressed him for spc ,fi'i details. Stasscn said IT: was convince that food prices could be lowerc| within the next twn or threl! months if these conditions wcr| mot: ;; _ ' 1. "If the government itself . ; , not abuse its food purchasiry power—in other words, if the fiov ernmcnt docs not pull anothe Paulcy." ... ,-/ 'This was a roferpnce. Stasse" said, to Edward W. 1 , Piijik-y, a foi inor sp n cial nssist.nnt to Srtercta of the Army Kenneth C. Royall. Paulev figured in a ; Senate ii vestigation : ' several rhonlhs after Slasson hnH asserted tha Pauley had profited in the grai markcl on Ihc basis of "inside information. Pnuley, in testimony to the c mittce. ac k no wledi'ed ba\ ing made nearly a million dollar in tho commodities market h'lt ii sisted he had no inside inform; lion to guide his buying and sol ing.) J. "Careful consumer pnrchn; mg. with emphasis on the cheape nnd more available foods. 3. "Combat profiteering in foot We must be alert against crcatih false scarcities." He added, however, that novorr mcnt food purchasing, if |u ' handled wisely, could have Hi same effect of forcing up price as was the case with grain speci lation. Ye 5- Has pit 1 oil Workers to Rel-um io Work ~ I 4 at !ly $;!,(!(!!..linn Ve'.erai-.s Adrnir.- i.straiiiMi hospital liere were- expect- erl back at work somel'mo today. fel [Si Fred Wingfield, business manager of the Carpenters Local 690 and spokesman for the. 103" striking members, said the • workers would moot today to r'ecxamine a nropcssd wage increase offered by Workers Local 321 stopped wor Tuesday after asking for increase above the present scale. H. V. Elliott, general super-inter dent of the Patti, McDonald an Manhattan Construction Companj contractor for the hospital, la: night expressed hope for an e«'l .,.-,. , . - settlement of the dispute wmc the contracting firm working on the i has virtually stopped work at ih i31 '°' |cc '- (hospital. The carpenters walked out. Monday after demanding a boost of 25 ':ciits above the $1.50 hourly wage. Elliott said representatives of th Tron Workers union had assure him that striking members woul . ______ _____ __ ...... _____ Twenty-six members of the Iron ' be back at work today. tf&VW, ,*& &&.*>*<,> H -L. HE'S NOT ON OUR PAYROLL... ^ '/V >f <^ jf 5 ^ ^^;l;.;^m, Wi§KM^- -•-:- • V^%/ : - : ft . ;-fe-.. : :• ' |i'l : -^ ''••&.'••: f®. STORE HOURS 9 to 5:30 SATURDAY 9 to 8:30 CHOI CURTASN & PANEL? BABY GIFTS CAPS Ol'hej 1 Jf'ems ive couldn't do business v\ y >* '•"^ ~iV "/•? ^ ^ ? 'Him Wlien you take your car to an Esso Dealer Station iur ^asuline, motor oil, or a. complete lubrication job — you're not really "doing business" directly wilh Esso Standard Oil Company, even though we make the fine products you ^et. Inblead, ihese 25,000 Esso Dealers from Maine to Louisiana are local, independent business men. Von deal with the owners themselves - mm svho have invested their money and llti-ir initiative in building their own futures on .serving yon. 1'Yum many competing brands of gasoline anr.l,oil, these local bnsiii: ,; nu-n have eho.sen Esso prod nets. Year alter \\ .n\ tliry have si-en iirst-haiut evidence ol the saiMaction to tin. 1 buyer that Ivssu ([ualily :-!;im!s Iur. As ol today, llic-i- ubu bu->iiH':,s men ha\'e, on the average, ha!:;!l-,d 1 •'..••,so pioducl:. lor 1*2 years each. ^X til V, » / Many have bonejit jrom n.s iui ,'J."i to •!() yeais. Obs'ionsly. \\T eonkin't do businrss wilhini! these men. And naturally we re proud ol them --just as proud ol them a: v.e are oi liu- 2SO(I() \\'orkers \\'ho Ui'C. on our company payroll. i Soli i jU'onps-- onr own < i mpl;iyri-:; and ihr:,;' "p.irtueis" in thfii 1 iiii!ejieiuli-nt bnsincs.-.cs - e.\pres.s thi.'. eompany'.s b.i.sir belli I thai individual enterprise. e.i\ en its !aii i n .n-; e i» e.ini lair i'e\\'ards --• i-; the best v,av and (In .\rnei i- can s\'a\' (<> make |ii'vi'-',i ess v, ilh :;:id ler L.ll the people oi ihis eiimiti'}'. PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY...The. life You Suvc Muy Be Your Own! E S .S O S T A N I) I 1 L L i> SPECIALS PANTIES BABY GOWNS • SWEATERS CAPS Etc. CHOICE Ladies GOWNS Men's Sporl SHIRTS ® WASH PANTS • Wash DRESSES Etc. ^LCiAL i'L'HCHASE MHN'S ALL WOOL ,t : '^.:\AL Pu!;O5/.SE — 39 !NCH RAYON PAJAMAS SHOES & BOYS sHiiirrs ® JJMMShS ^¥&^^i; ; Q i }"j,v;^v-s,:,:-K-ac£i^i^^?iEams!iS3ia ORES GOOD

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