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Page Four HOPE STAh, HOPE, AnKANSAS Wednesday, September 15, 1948 CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Six Number of One Three Words Up to 15 18 to 20 .. 21 to 25 .. 26 to 30 .. 31 to 35 .. 86 to 40 .. .41 to 45 . (0 to SO. Day Days Days Month .45 .GO .75 , .90 , 1.05 .1.20 1.35 .1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2,70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent For Sale SEVEN FOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be seen at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Lcwls- ville road. 8-6t 1942 MODEL HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motor Cycle in excellent condition. Can be seen at Sport Ceil ter. Winston Monts. 13-61 FURNISHED APARTMENT UP- stairs. No children or pets. 404 North Main. H-3t 2 ROOM FURNISHED, .APART- ment, close in. Mrs. Mart Yocom, 322 South Walniit,.,;,Phone 405-W. 'ft;../ 11 -- 3 * MODERN FURNISHED <5; ROOM apartment. Close in. IJhone ,037 or 629. ':--: ; 14-3t LIVING, BEDROOM AND DIN ette suites. Gas range, and other items. Can be seen at 516 N Washington. 13-3 Fair ' Effioygti By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Braves Appear Uns New York, Sept. 14 tionship between Ben — The rcla- Pross. the underworld liquor union racketeer and Max L. Simon, a crooked publisher operating By RALPH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer With a five-game lead and only IS games left to 'play, the Boston nd Passaic,'.Braves appear unstoppable N I is a fine example of collu- (National League today. It Vionamong criminals flaunting ! that only a major nosedive the banner'of "labor" and labels jdeprive the Braves of the A. F. of L. It is not unusu-_i pennant since the Baybr May New York, Sept. 15 — ff) —Except for an occasional anticipatory shudder over coming games against the Boston Braves, Billy Meyer. Pittsburgh's grey-haired, istoon-shouldercd pilot, can look al his "club without fear and with considerable satisfaction. . ."We have a good unit," is the way Billy describes his pennant-contending Pi- in the seems would of their first, miracle team" USED C-FOOT FRIGIDA1RE, A- condition. Reasonable price. Terms. McPherson Appliance Co. 222 E. Third Street. 13-3t As for hilling Manager Billy ~ * ri G TWO OR THREE ROOM;; UP- stairs furnished apartment. Utilities paid. Phone 688. A ^JJb TWO ROOM"FURNISHEDrA.P ; Aif?'S rnent, electric box, utiUtieSj/Viid. Phone 581-J. ; .;;''.*/ 15-3t FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, fUNFUR- nished three-room apartment and three rooms furnished Ibr light housekeeping. Near Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. ..... 45-tf A RIP-RAP POINTER BIRD DOG. ally sordid but merely typical of of 1914. the morals and practices of underworld unionism under government ( protection. .worried. Pi-oss controls absolutely sever- ', possible al unions in the liquor trade in j New York and New Jersey. In addition, however, as executive rnan- (This is another in a scries discussing Southwest conference football prospects. By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Waco, Tex.. Sept. 15 — (.-?) —Bay- ilor has moved out of the giant-kill- 'er class, is something of a giant it- Southwest Con- 2 years old in June. Lcroy Spates, Ward 4 Grocery, Phone 521. 15-31 ager of the New York Beverage Council, he Bailey. 15-3t Notice BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH, I will conduct night classes in shorthand for a limited number of students. If interested please gel in touch with me immediately. Clarice Cannon. 10-3t Male Instruction Food and . generally! 11 !* controls the conduct of 22 localise' 11 SERVICE STATION LOCATED AT l"^™^^ "sjoot? ° members.' °The 3rd and Walnut. See Logan members are captives with no practical right to withdraw from membership, demand their constitutional rights or criticize. In Press's key union. Wine, Liquor and Distillery Workers' local no. 1, an American citizen would be gun ty of disruptive impudence in demanding permission to read the constitution. Pross does not even possess the rights of citizenship. He can't vote or serve on a jury. He came here from Russia at the age of 12. acquired citizenship automatically under the laws at that time, but irresistibly fol- s slump, j Southv/orth isn't i has the best remedy !" rc "TS season in i his double "S" stopper's l fcl ;? ncc ; football. Spin and Warren Spahn. i c ° nch Bob . d Spahn, the Mr. Right i Program, now in its second year, ,,, u „„ Left respectively of the j lla . s Produced a team to be respect- Braves 1 'mound staff, are rolling in!«>' U can not be figured ijcar. The Braves have won "out of their last nine starts Bathers Take Cotton States Playoff Title -</p) who Grec-nwood Miss. Sept. 15 —The Hot Springs Bathers finished the regular season in third place took the Cotton States League playoff pennant back to Arkansas today. Manager George Sobek s young rates. We have even Kincr. They team. That way able to spot our tors where good." . . . to do a lot no stars — not all work for the we have been pitchers and hit- they'll do the most .He'probably will have of spotting, because the Bucs' schedule called for five i games in four davs in New York and Brooklyn before moving into ,,, , „. , ., ,. Boston Friday. And a couple of Woodrufs rebuilding ! doublchoar]cr - s jn p hi i ad plphia follow. . . ."The games are piling up and that hurts," says Meyer. "But we'll just keep on going as far as iwe can." fast aggregation won It can not be figured as a NI .championship contender but it can i,. '.tear down five Real Estate tor Sale INSTRUCTION, MALE. EXCEL- lent/earning Opportunities in AutoJBOdy & Fender work, including 'welding, spray painting and .metal work. Easy to learn now In your spare time. Chance for a good job or a shop of your own. We'll show you how. Here's one of the most profitable branches of the big Auto business. Get the facts. Veterans and Civilians. Write today. Auto-Crafts Training, Box 98, Hope Star, t I ij ~tJ t 277-ACRE STOCK FARM, TWO dwellings, two barns, other buildings. Electricity, daily mail and bus. Seven miles north Hope Highway 29. Bargain for quick sale. J. M. Hinds, Arab, Ala. 13-31 INSTRUCTION, MALE. MECHAN- ically minded men look into Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable future career. Write Utilities Inst. Box 98, c/o Hope Star. 13-3t Wanted SALESMAN. GOOD JOB FOR right man. See Mr. Page for Interview. Hope Beverage Company, Phone 1178. 13-3t Lost BLACK MARE MULE, SCAR ON right hind leg. Robert Williams, Hope, Route 1. 13-3t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone 689, J. M. At- kina,.. 20-lmo SANDING AND ~ FINISHING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call Vernon Osburn, phone 9GO-W. , .-,. 2-3w FOSTER-ELLIS NOTE TO VETERANS: EFFEC- tive this date we can accept 100 percent GI loans for purchase of homes in Hope. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, THREE BED- rooms, floor furnace, attic fan, hardwood floors, 321 East 15lh street, $7,000. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, attic ventilation, near grade school, 604 South Hamilton, $5500. INCOME PROPERTY: THREE- unit apartment house, two baihs, on pavement four blocks from town, grosses $105' per month, pay $1250 down and assume ?5Q monthly payments for next nine years. > MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, floor furnace, garage, 1024 South Walnut, $7000. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, FLOOR furnace, attic fan, asphalt tile (>yi two floors, one block from grammar school, 821 West Seventh, $5500. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE, 208 West 13th, bargain for $4250. TWO-STORY BRICK AND STUCCO 7-room home, double garage, 100- lowed his natural criminal and therefore went to Atlanta prison for four years. He had arranged to move new goods out the back door of a furniture store, at night, sell them cheap in a store run by a member of his family in another part of town, and throw 1hc first store into bankruptcy. Thus he lost the rights of citizenship but, nevertheless became the padrone with a terrible power over thousands of Americans. and Sain and Spahn have won of these games. Sain, a big tobacco chewing righthander with one of the best curve balls in the business, became the first pitcher in the loop to win 20 games when he pitch- he Braves to a 19-3 victory over '. the Chicago Cubs yesterday. The triumph enabled the Braves to pull five games ahead of the runner-up Pittsburgh Pirates who , suffered a severe jolt by dropning j Auhun a doublehpaclor to the third place Brooklyn Dodgers, 8-5 and 7-3. The 'Dodgers blasted 27 hits in sinking the Pirates at Ebbcts field. Marv Racklcy with six blows and ,,„,,, i Pee Wee Reese and Jackie Robin- con with five apiece paced the Dodger bombardment. Reese drove home five runs in the first game. Brilliant relief pitching by Hank Bchrman played a prominent part a lot of air castles for those that arc. j Baylor will have its best team | in six years and might beat that. Twenty-nine leUermen, oven from a team that finished last in the conference race means enough experience to be taken seriously. Baylor really had a good season, material considered, last year when the | | )ccnu , ;c (Golden Bears won half their ' I games, taking all interscctional encounters, licking Stephens F. and trimming Arkansas in the conference race. Baylor will have a smarter and faster team and its passing and punting look very, very good. No Stars, Eh? Meyer still is chuckling over Ralph Kiner's pinch home run in Chicago Ihe other day. the title by defeating the Greenwood Dodgers season champions 5 to 2 in the seventh game of the playoff finals here last night. Art Hamilton Bather righthand- er chalked up his third victory in the finals with a six-hit performance. His Hot Springs mates got to two Dodger rulers for 11 hits. Hamilton also played an important role in the Bather scoring. He singled across one of the two runs which put the Bathers off to a head start in the second inning. They wore never headed. Hot Springs ..020 002 001—5 11 1 Greenwood .. .. 010(0001—2 01 Hamilton and Zini; Polonezyk Dean (7 )and Landini. BROADCASTING SYSTEM Wednesday Women's Golf Meet Still Wide Open Simon began reporter and if as a city-bide cub he had not been a have crook by nature he might been a valuable citizen. lie had ability, 'energy and intelligence. Advertisers and politicians fear his scandals when he got three years in prison for hiring two . fessional arsonists to burn out his Elizabeth Daily Times in 1931, he served less than ten months, meanwhile d o i n g his editorial work from an office in prison. In view of the acts his release was outrageously premature. On top of that, he was restored to citizenship. In March, 1942. Simon swore he had ten papers. Like the number and names of Simon's papers fluctuate. They are hardly more than lames. He can change the Passaic Sunday Eagle into the Paterson Sunday Eagle by changing the top- line and the mast-head. There is no in the fourth inning und held Pirates to three hits the rest of the way. Harry Taylor, recently recalled from St. Paul, went the Id'Stniif-e- in the finale tn nnst his i first success since April 22. Fritz Ostormucller and Elmer Riddle were the losing pitchers. The victories moved the Dodgers to within one percentage point of the Pirates. The St. Louis Cardinals, behind the three-hit pitching of Harry Billy tells it. Kincr was sick that day' he could hardly stand, but when Meyer tried to send him back to the hotel. Raloh refused 'I might be able to hit one." . . . .Late in the game, with Pcb bl c Beach, Calif. Sept. lathe Bucs behind. Meyer decided m _ Tho baU]c fol . the 1!m Wnm . the time was ripe. . . . I wanted I c]] . s National Amateur Golf Cham- 1 to put him in for Miirtaugh be- s was sull a widc open al . rnnse b" hits that lone ball. s^s \ h . t dav as SUTvivovs swung into Bill. "But we couldn t get him he second and lhird rounds of the dressed in time. So Dannv had o , tournament. . . _ I go up and he got a hit. Fitzgerald ,,-14,The Bears are two deep in let-j was noxt but I had used up all my Thirty-two players started this 1"i-mnn --it all noshions and 14 of j catchers and couldn't take him morning, and the 1G winners will the 29 have from two to three j oul He" got on too. . . .Kincr final-(slug it out in the third round this years experience. hy came up and missed the first j afternoon over Pebble Beach's Most important addition is tall h wo that far (indicating about two wind swept yards Adrian-Burk, who came to lhej( ce {) Then he hit one over there Bears from Kilgore Junior college j (pointing toward the left field where he played^ two years. He is] stands i and nobody ever saw it aylor o— 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 G:00 0:15 0:25 0:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 Mert's Record Session—* Superman—M •_ " • ~-;y Adventure Parade—M <j Tom Mix—M " The Inside Story i News. Five "-tar Final >,:. Today in Sports || News Comment—M ','< Fulton Lewis, Jr. $ Special Agent—M t! High Adventure—M .„ g « Billy Rose—M * S'-.Gabriel Heatier—M | Mutual Nev.-u-cel—M ,'J 'Hollywood Story'—M ;<; Bill 'Henry, News—M ^ Oninion Airc—M !\j Elliot Lawrence's Orch.—M u All the News—M * Billy Boon's Or<-h.—M -ft Henry Jerome's Orch.—M £ Mutual News—M j,! Sign Off Thursday a.m., Sept. 16 P v °- | (The Cat) Brecheen, blanked the '"" Phillies. 8-0 in a night game at Philadelphia. Breehecn fanned eight in post- ig his 17th victory and seventh ia the shutout route. The Boston ,Red Sox retained rteir two game lead over the New r ork Yankees in the American jcague's pennant chase. The Sox owned the White Sox, 4-1, in a ight game at Chicago while the fanks brushed off the third place Cleveland Indians. G-5. Connie Mack's fourth place Phil- tlclphia Athletics -drubbed the Browns 12-2, in a night game at t. Louis. FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Atphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phono 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Hole* * Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Loti • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut St. foot fronntage, 821 South Elm, $8500. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, DOUBLE garage, one acre land on paved Highway 07 just east of Hope, $4250. JUST LISTED, NEW FIVE-RO9M house one block from High School, modern, hardwood floors, $5500. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, 513 SOUTH Greening, $2500 buys this one. FOSTER-ELLIS ' Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 15-31 Hope Transfer Company 'Moving and Storage Office Phone . . Residence Phone Baseball Standings 314 231-J FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN American League Club W. L. Boston 87 50 New York 85 52 Cleveland 8-1 55 Philadelphia 80 01 Detroit (it) (58 St. Louis 54 81 Washington 49 91 Chicago 45 92 National League Club W. L. Boston 80 58 Pittsburgh 73 01 Brooklyn 74 G2 St. Louis 7S4 03 New York 73 63 Philadelphia 58 80 Cincinnati 56 78 Chicago 57 80 _ _ o ._ REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWf and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering PJant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect)' ' If No Answer Dial 3-5770 Pet. .G3f) .620 .604 .567 .493 .400 .350 .328 Pet. .580 reliable directory of A. F. of L. unions in New York. Only ; four of the locals formally named in the roster of 22 unions comprising the Food and Beverage Council are listed in the telephone book. That Simon should have served his entire term of three years foi hiring the firebugs to burn out Elizabeth Times and should have been denied the rights of citizen ship thereafter will be plain from the facts. He hatched the scheme The initiative was his. Here are excerpts from the statement of John Chirichello made on June 29, 1933, to Sgt Theodore Organ, of the Teanock N. J., police department: "He (Simon) said 'I am hookec up to my neck.' Simon askei how much it would cost to mak a good .job out of the building bj having it burned. I asked hin how much he had it insured foi He said between $30,000 and $40 000. He then said 'I must have this place burned down. It is the only thing that will save my neck. 1 I told Max I didn't want to do this job as I had just got out of a scrape but he pleaded and told me if I got into trouble he would help me out." O.—Whore did this conversation take place? A. — Right in the newspaper ot- fice in Elizabeth. After that I went to the plant at least 20 times with Simon. He kept asking me to set the building on fin;., He came to my home several times. I spoke to Vito Rizzutto about the job and I took him down to look over the plant. Rimitto threatened to shoot Si- |mon for failure to pay him and he will he its Ibest passer. I Talented George Sims, a fine i bail-carrier playing his fourth varsity year, heads a versatile backfield loaded with passers like Burk Dudley Parker and Hayclen Fry. The latter is the regular quarterback because of his generalship and ball-handling under the T formation, but it would be no surprise to see Burk push him out by mid-season. Parker doubles in the backfield, being used cither for quarterback or left half but probably will see most action at the latter. Simms and Frank (Jitter) McKiriney are the halfbacks and Jerry Mangum offers top strength at fullback. But a youngster named Frank Boycl- stun. up from the freshmen, is at- racting much of the coaches at- ention. Ho may give Mangum a of golfing grief. While there were no major casualties in the opening round the story today was packed with cor- ! tain catastrophe by the luck of the | draw. j j First off the tee were medalist ; JBettye Mims White of Dallas and! sturdy Dorothy Traung of San 1 Francisco. The pert little Texan ot to the semi-finals in her first i whack at the national in 1940 but j failed to qualify last year faced a veteran of numerous nationals and! 11:00 lily at home on ' 11:1-" 1 11:30 hanless Washing- in 11 innings, and The Detroit Tigers look a double- leader from the on Senators, 2-1 12-1. Paul Campbell's bases loadcc single enabled Hal Newhouser to )ick up his 17th victory in the first a me. o Count 1 Believed Even on HuHer Don Black Bht race for starting Other well-regarded fullback, backs are Blackwood, Bobby Griffin ri Ben Hall. There are four letterman'ends— G. M. Nevill. the top hand; Henry Dickerson, Jasper Flanakin and J. R. Closs. And there are five at tackle •— Clark Heironimous, R. P. IBuddyl Tinsley. Wes Roberts, By CARL BELL Little Rock, Sept. 14 —I/?)— The Southwest Conference is noted for its dog-eat-dog. upset-filled football championship races in which the pre-season favorite seldom carts off the trophy. But the picture now painted of Lhe 1948 campaign indicates the fans ain't seen nothin' yet. Dopesters have been careful not to single out a definite favorite. They have said any of five teams could finish on top, and no one has completely ruled out the olher two a player thorou this course. j Immediately behind in the upper i half of the draw were Dorothy | Kirby of Atlanta twice runner-up j for the crown and voting Marilyn ; Smith of Wichita Kan. . o Nashville and Birmingham Seek Two in a Row By The Associated Press Nashville and Birmingham will attempt to make it two in a row Sign on • Hillybilly Hocdown *« Bargain Roundup News. First Edition Arkansas Plowboys Market Rcporis Farm Breakfast Program Melody Boys The Devotional Hour Musical Clock : News. Coffee Cup Edition Sunrise Ser.Tinde Bob Poolc's Show—M According to the Record Cecil Brown—M Faith in Our Time—M Say it With Music—M Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M Heart's Desire—M Kale Smith Speaks—M Kate Smith Sings—M Ozark Valley Folks—M Thursday p.m., Sept. 1C 5:58 6:00 0:25 (5:30 6:40 6:55 7:00 7: 15 7:30 7:45 7:55 s-.no 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 Baylor and Texas A. and M. Why do they say Texas, Southern Methodist, Rice, Arkansas or Texas Christian could win the title? It's because all five were mighty strong at the end of the 1947 season and all expect to be Rupert Wright and Cecil Massey. st ju stronger this fall. Ken Hubbard, twice a letterman it's a question of which team at tackle, has been shifted to gained more strength than the guard this season. i other and which gets the most Baylor coaches and fans are j breaks—very important factors in convinced the Bears will have toUjght games, give no ground to any conference team at center with massivo Gene Huebner heading the pivot corps. Cleveland O. Sept. 15. —(UP) —The count was even on Pitcher Don Black today as he battled for his life in Charity hospital. Doctors said the Cleveland Indians hurler stood a 50-50 chance of surviving the brain hemorrhage which struck him down during a ball game on Monday. They noted "a slight improvement" in his condition but added that he was still critical. Late last night brain specialist Dr. Spencer Braden said ie looks better." A hospital report this Take the case of the Arkansas , Razorbacks, for instance. There's Immediately Jjehind the 228 pound no dO ubt in this writer's mind that play- Coach John Barnhill has under his I helm the finest football team ever guard j to represent the university. Maybe there have been greater lines at Arkansas, but maybe there haven't been. Only the next three months will tell. There has never been such an array of backfield talent. Huebner is Bucky Quails, ing his third varsity season. The Bears should have play of top class despite some pretty heavy losses at these positions from last season. Cue Stone is regarded as one of the best if not the best guard in the conference. Don Mouser. Benlloy Jones and Clarence McGaw are other letlermen at thes positions. Baylor has mapped one of its toughest schedules, including Tulsa, Mississippi slate, Texas Tech and Tulane in addition to the six Clyde Scott, the scissors-striding tailback who does well everything a football player could be ex- tonight over Mobile and Memphis in the second contests of the Southern Association's semi-f i n a 1 Shaughnessy playoff series. The Vols defeated Mobile G to !> and Birmingham won a ID-inning thriller from Memphis 3 to 2 in .he series, openers last night. The Bears appear at Nashville again tonight and the Chicks will be hosts to Birmingham. Home runs played leading roles- last night. Ben Cantrell reccntl> obtained from Little Rock blasted a fat pitch out of the park in the last of the tenth to give .Birming ham the nod over Memphis. Wai Dropo homered for the Barons ii the first. And the Vol home run twin Charlie Gilbert and Charley Work man connected for the circuit ii the third inning of the game will Brooklyn's farmhands. Cantrell's big blow broke up tight pitching duel between th Barons' Harry Dorish and Chic Ace Chuck Eisenmann. 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Song of the Day 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Checkerboard Jamboree— ^ 1-00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Woody & Virginia—M 2:45 Student Parade 3:00 Robert Hurleigh—M -3:15 The Johnson Family—M -_3": 30 Time to Dance fA5 Two-Ton Baker—M : 4:00' Swing Time 4-45 The Voice of the Army 5:00 Mert's Record Session—M ) 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Adventure Parade , 5:45 Tom Mix—M '*»' 6:00 Rhythm & Reason 6:15 News, Five Star Edit'^a 0:25 Gulf Sports Parade 0:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7:30. ! The Better Half—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Hoatter—M 8:15', Mutual Newsrcel—M 8:30 Jievere All Star Review—M. 8:55 Bill Henry, Mews—M. OrtiO Family Theatre—M 9:30 Dance Orch.—M ^: 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Barclay Allen's Orch.—M- 10:30 Ice Follies of 1949—M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News. 11:00 Sign Off '& ; Gilbert's double in the last of the ninth scored relief Pitcher Ben conference said Black "spent a fairly good niuht and seems a little brighter." Black the "Alcoholics Anonymous" pitcher who tossed a no- nittor last year suffered the hemorrhage when he swung and missed at a pitch in the game against St. Louis. He lapsed think that's a major worried. Last over Arkansas upset. "I know those fellows laying for us." he winced. But Woodruff lacks the pessimism of last season when he came to Baylor and took over with- pec-ted to do, certainly is the key \y ado to provide Nashville's back, the sparkplug. But it's far,gj n o { victory, from a one-man show at Faytte- vill. Scott will run and pass for plenty foes. Woodruff says reason why he's season's victory ! o£ g' ro und, but he'd "be valuable if was considered an , ne "didn't gain an inch. How? As a decoy, of course. If opposing teams concentrate too much on stopping the Smackover kid, boys li^e Gordon Long, Muscles Campbell, Buddy Rogers, Ray Park* are ! into after and for many .418 .410 Baseball ario Arcuro were indicted by the 3 utnnm county grand jury on Nov. 4, 11)33, on a charge of first degree nurdi-r. The murder indictment alleged REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration ,,and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Pnone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope r JIUCTIIUI I lEf&ltl Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door- to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 808 By The Associated Press American League Boston at Chicago. Washington at Detroit. Philadelphia at St. Louis (night). (Only yarnes scheduled). National League Cincinnati at Brooklyn (1!). Pittsburgh at New York. St. Louis al Philadelphia might). Chicago at Huston 1:00 p. in. Yesterday's results American League New York G Cleveland 5. Detroit 2-12 Wabhinglon 1-1 (firs game 11 innings i. Boston 4 Chicago 1 (night. Philadelphia 12 St. Louis : might). National League Brooklyn 8-7 Pittsburgh 5-3. Boston 10 Chit-ago M- St. Louis ii Philadelphia ' <nighu. tOnly games scheduled. Southern Association Semi-linal playoffs (best-uf-7'i. Nashville G Mobile 5 iNashvill loads. l-Oi. for preparing and fire. He liven disap- eared. He was murdered near 'atterson. N. Y. Simon, Stefano Spinello and Ro- •545 Chirichello tarting the .540 .537 .420 unconsciousness soon was in that condition hours. Yesterday he slipped in r.vid out of the deep sleeo awaking long enough to drink lemonade and to exchange a few words with his wife Joyce who remained at his bedside. Last night hospital doc- tois reported that the lil-year-old hurler was ''resting comfortably" and appeared to bo "coming out of the coma." out a chance to do advance work. |R O SS Pritchard, et al will run and Then, he couldn't see any chance i. }ass them dizzy ' : " N °w he sa >'s Depth all opponents at all for his Bears. he fiiuiros on giving a hefty battle. "We will have a better team be- i cause We should be smarter and because we'll have greatly proved, kicking and passing. says. Class D Hurler Cops 22nd Win of Season Tights Last Night ••' By The .Associated Press "" ] Los Angeles — Turkey Thompson, 206 Los Angeles, awarded decir^' sion over Willie Bean, 20G 1-2, Los 'J Angeles (Dean disqualified in 8th round). ' i. ; Troy. N. Y.— Sam Walker, 13l 1-2, 'Springfield, Mass, knocked out Joe Danos, 152, Denver,' 2. I* v\ •-i" ill M !;1 r!i I im- he morning and set the fire the afternoon. Oct. 17, 1931. Rix.- and myself got tin pails and hat Simon induced Spinello and idipped them in the barrels and Arcuro to kill Rizxutto. The theory Ithrew the stull over the first and if the stale of New York was that Simon wanted to silence a witness who might corroborate Chirichello and who apparently would kill lim, Simon, for failure to pay him. Spinello went to trial but | changed his plea to guilty of man-iare slaughter, first degree, and gotjwim Irom 7 tu 2(1 years, on April 19, |"t in thi same x.uito second floors. When we couldn't diu any more, we rolled the barrels over the floor. We spread about M) yards of gau/e bandage around and on one end of thai we tied a sulnhur stick. These sticks usually used for purifying barrels. Then I went to one tin- side walls where some of League Leader; By The Associated Prcsa American League Balling—Williams, Boston Boudreau. Cleveland .35H Runs Batted In—DiMaggio. York 13G: Stephens, Boston 123 Runs—Henrich, New York DiMaggio, Boston 110 Hits— Be.ndreau, and Cleveland 1HO Doubles—Henrich. New York and Priddy, St. Louis 13 Triples—llenrich, New- Stewart, Washington 13 Honu; Huns— Diivlag York 35; Stephens, Boslu don Cleveland 27 Stolen ases—Dillinger, 2-1; C'uan. Washington 1!) _-,.... and balance gives the Porker backfield even more glitter than .does Scott. Arkansas offense is better. The Razorbacks will score more points than in either of the last two seasons under Barnhill. The defense is strong. But will one or four—or fax — Southwest Conference teams be still stronger? You'll have to wait until late in the season to find out about that. 1 can't tell you and neither can anyone else. The only sure thing is that Nc- w I.you'll see the best, hardest-hitting i'football the Southwest has ever ol- 11SJ- I'erecl and maybe the best it ever ' will -(/P) — Black- Class D in his 22nd win in a row last night. Tefft a righthander hurled Blaekstone Va. Sept. 15 Al Tefft ace hurler for the stone Barristers in the Virginia League turned Blaekstone to a 9-3 victory he Petersburg Generals in the irst game of the league's final Shaghnessy playoff round. His only loss' of the season was his first game in a relief role. Mitchell York and have. By United Press Allentown. Pa,. — Agostino Glides, 185, Allentown, Pa.,. • stopped Billy Fox. 17G, Philadelphia (6). . |; New York — (Park- Arena) — \' Kugene Hairston, 147 1-4, New.-, out over York, knocked out Ross Anzalonc\t 146 1-4, New York (2). ,, San Antonio, Tex. — Charlcy> Salas. 143. Phoenix, Ariz., ou\3j: pointed Bert Linam, 148 1-4, .San' Antonio (10). '' UN Representative St. Louis Estes Field at Conway, home of the Arkansas Stale Teachers College football team, is getting a face-lifting. Already the field has new sod, a new electric scoreboard and new rubber line markers. A new lighting system will be ready by Oct. 1. A novel feature of the Teachers' stadium is a wire fence belween tin- stands and the playing field to j . kfi'i) spectators off the field. ! HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured UN. official, • S. Eban 5 Heating device (i Belgian river 7 Electrical unit 8 Fall in drops S Facility 1 Paradise . , 1 1 Thoroughfares 10 British 12 He is new r.dmiral representative 11 Location tion of John P. Dnnuhui', the dis- upstairs trii-t attorney. Among other tilings \ KI//UU Mr. Donuhue had inlendrd to : wall -prove that a green automobile 1 ;! ''K. I with six wiri- whet-Is and a New Batted In— Musial St. . .' ••!,• I iVLUl.^ J-UlllWl-t J 1 J DJ.L1.311(1 Ul. o and I left the building and ) Ij(juis 1](; . K[m .^ piusinu-h U5 to ihe street car lor Isew-| Huns--Musial, St. Louis 122; efort- wo left Kh/.abeth, wo | L(n . km;in NVw V ork 109 Louis to Take Six Months to Decide on Title Jersey license hud been seen near the slun-k where KiH.utlo was murdered at about that time. A New Jersey detective on the ai'Suil eu:e told "Mr. Donuhoc that Simon's own automobile was grot-n '.vilh six wire wheels. No n'.utive Birmingham 3 Mc'inphis '2, 1U in- v.'iis established for Spinollo's- ning.s (Birmingham Texas Leatjue Si-iiii-inal playoffs Tulsu 3 Houston 2 1-0). leads, 1-0). ( bes t-ol-7. i'1'ulsa leads, ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts Borwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE crime. To return lo Chirichello's storv: Q. -— What arrangements did Simon make about paying you? i A. —- He pi'ninised us ten per! i cenl of the insurance and lie paid j me $y()0 as an advance payment, j This was lo buy materials lo set j ihe place on fire. I bought 100 gal- i Ions of liquid celuloiti and 200 gal- i .lona of turpentine. Alter all this stuif WiiS i;ot together we pul in six barrels and moved it in my iChevroM truck to the plant ii i Elizabeth. Ri/.i'utto was with me I We moved the ttull saw the fire and heard the fire engines. 1 saw Simon about a week i-fu-r the fire at bis office at 1 William street. Passaic. i still his office, W. P.I and Simon said it could have been a better job. Q. -- What did .Rizzutlo do ? A. — He said if Simon didn't pay he was going lo shoot him. C'iii'iehello was given immunity for his testimony and his unsuccessful efforts lo lure Riz/.utto ibui-k to NLW Jersey I Simon frequently declares boy' colls in his papers against certain brands of booze. He lauds Pro-si outlandisbiy, praising especially, his extravagant charity to the Runyon cancer fund. Investigation showed that this charity received iusl $200 from Pross in ivvo it in mv years, all of il derived from ttsti- the plant ii. -monial dinners i:i his honor uUend- ,\as v.'itli me. led by employers and political nfl- iuio llie plant rail of the booze trade. Louis Louis Louis H PittsburiJ Hits— Musial, St. Holmes Boston 172 Doubles --Musial St. Knnis Philadelphia 3S Triplcs-~Musial St. Hopp Pittsburgh 12 Home H iiiis— -Kiner 39: Mu-sia! St. Louis 35 Stolen Bases- -Ash'.'urn phia o2; liu.iek Piltsburj'.h Strike'>uts — B re die en St. ii;-;!i: Sain Boston 117 i PildiiiiL'- Si-well Pilb'ourgh 11-3 !.78U; Chesnes PilLsbur^h 12--! .751) i -- -»Not his Party | Great Falls, Mom. —i.l'i—There i was no objection from the Cascade j County Democratic Central Com| mittee when Hay Wise submitted Ibis resignation after beiny elected ' Democratic precinct committeeman. Wise-, it developed, is a Republican. , ijjjt.. Philadelphia Sept. 15 —i.-'Pj— Joe; Louis intends lo lake the full six I months lo decide whether he'll re- i lire as heavyweight boxing cham- j pion of the world. j The Brown Bomber who previ-1 oiirily said his June 25 fight against; Jers'ey Joe Walcott was his last! lold delegates lo the National Box- j ing Association dinner last night: ! "1 have six months irojn the 'dale of my last fiyhl to make, known my plans ol retirement and until' that time I should be • k-iown as the heavyweight chain.- i p:on of the world." j He then turned to Abu- Greene ( president of t'ne NBA and said. j ', "Mr. Greene, at the end of six ] 'months you'll have my answer on ; whether I'll retire or fight again, ' • on your desk." I : Q ! Every clay there are 1,690 fires j in the U.S. on the average. for 14 Persia 15 Require 17 Small island 18 Incline 1'J Italian river 20 Nuisance il Advantageous (prefix) 22 Bone •J3 Simple 27 Thin 30 By way of 31 Hops' kiln 32 Entranced 33 Insects 35 Thus 30 Alleged force 3i! 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