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Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, September 17, 1946 CLASSIF Adi Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six Words Up td 15 16 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 26 to 30 . 31 to 35 . 3C to 40 . 41 to £5. WtofcO Day Days Days Month .45" .90 1.50 4.50 .00 1.20 2.00 8.00 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 ,90 1.80 3.00 9.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 1 20 2.40 4.00 12.00 1 35 2.70 4.50 13.50 iiso 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous \ Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent FURNISHED APARTMENT UP- stalrS, No children or pets. 404 North Main. ll_-3t 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART- tnent, close in. Mrs. Mart Yo- conv 322 South Walnut, Phone 405-W. H For Sale SEVEN FOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be soon nt M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Lewis- vine road. 8-6t 1D42 MODEL HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motor Cycle in excellent condition. Can be seen at Sport Center. Winston Monts. 13-6t LIVING, BEDROOM AND DIN- ette suites. Gas range, and other items. Can be Washington. seen at 516 N. 13-3t USED G-FOOT FRIGIDAIRE, A-l condition. Reasonable price. Terms. McPherson Appliance Co. 222 E. Third Street. 13-3t MODERN FURNISHED 5 ROOM apartment. Close in. Phone 037 or 629. H-3t A RIP-RAP POINTER BIRD DOG. 2 years old in June. Leroy Spates, Ward 4 Grocery, Phone 521. 15-3t TWO OR THREE ROOM UP- stairs furnished apartment. Util- jties paid. Phone 088. 15-31 TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- itient, electric box, utilities paid. Phone 581-J. 15-31 FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, UNFUR- nished three-room apartment and three rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Near Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. ]5-tf PRACTICALLY NEW. MODERN house/' Close in, reasonable to desirable people. Clara K. Whitley, Experiment Station road. lfi-3t TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. 312 N. Hamilton, Phone 425-J. IG-St Male Host-ruction SERVICE STATION LOCATED AT 3rd and Walnut. See Logan Bailey. 15-3t Fait 8 Enoy By Weitbrook Pcgler Copyright, 1947 By Kino Features Syndicate. American Flag Race Hottest By CARL LUNDQUIST New York, Sept. 17. —(UP) — if there is anything hotter in baseball today than tho American League pennant race it is thc spot being uncomfortably occupied by friendly mild-mannered Bticky Hairis' whose New York Yankees still miulit cop that fir.jr. Why the and perhaps some of the Yankee officials themselves have chosen!among this time to harrass Harris is hard to figure out, but the whispering campaign against him has reached the point where it is a shouting campaign. Harris who reluctantly went G ROOM FARM HOUSE TO BE moved from location. Good condition, new galvanized roof. Located 2 miles South of Rosston, Arkansas. See Roy Caldwell, Stephens, Arkansas. Phone 4151. IG-Ct Notice BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH, I will conduct night classes in shorthand ior a limited number of students. If interested please New York, Sept. 1C— While the ending characters of tho nir and eathor industry are on the sub-1 icct of Communist union coercion j :md extortion, a little frankness from an observer who does not pretend to be particularly friendly night contribute to a good result. The reason why 1 am not particularly friendly to the fur nidus 1 try is that the railroads utilities and banks got a good tanning each in turn and the public opinion was that it served them right and did them good. I wasn't particularly friendly to them. The fur industry, which has a turnover of about one billion dollars a year in the city of New York alone, has never been stood in the lineup as it deserved to l->o ]Jl;l . HUI1 Wcl:) „„„,,„„,,_ , on thc basis of a sordid record j 1oljj c jj rL , c t c d them to r of corruption, greed and brutality, j j^,. f j,. st soason and lu This was published in the volumes :il the old Dies committee and never went any further but the leaders oC the industry do not need to be told about it. They know. And to anyone who offers the old platitude that the methods of the Dies committee were I have to reply that thc head men ol the fur industry would rather let the testimony go unchallenged than take it to a formal trail where it would be proved beyond doubt. Another thing that 1 would say is that the hearings of the Labor Relations Board during By Hugh &• Fullorton. Ji> National Pro League Play Underway New York, Sept. 17 —Wl— The National Football Lcapuc opens its 20th season tonight in Boston, three weeks and 12 games after the first kickoff in the rival All- America Conference. The initial attraction matches the Green Bay Packers against, the i Boston Yanks in Fenway Park HJJ., Lull. -.,. t . •fans, the sportswritcrs with the Packers favored Jim Tyree of Oklalhoma is the newcomers in the Yank get in touch with me iately. Clarice Cannon. immed- 10-3t Real Estate far Sale back into baseball flannels to manage the Yankees, giving up a nice front office job because no other person was available for the field 'a pennant in as had them in contention throughout the current campaign. But the Yankee fans and the organization itself have become so used to championships that any- thin;: less doesn't satisfy them. So . .. . despite injuries, failure of key pcr- not judicial, i foi . mt , rs lo nleasur c up to what they did last year, and a general The All-America Conference also has a game tonight. Cleveland's champion Browns meet, 1h» revived Chicago Rockets in Soldier field. The surprising Baltimore Colts made it t\vn in a row last night over the Eastern division cham- nion New York Yankees. This time the score was 27 to 14 as Billy Killenbrad and Y. A. Tittle did most of the damage. With Baltimore slak'ng claim to New York, Sept. 17 — (/P) —Even if tho Pirates don't make the pennant grade this year, an elderly pitcher named Kirby Higbe deserves a lot of credit for keeping them in the race "He goes in anywhere and enables me to save my other pitchers," says Manager Bill Meyer. ''Fellows like Fritz Ostermueller and Ernie Bonham have to have their rest.". . . A less kind description of Pittsburgh's pitching rotation came from a baseball writer who said: "Meyer picks his pitchers by the calender. Every time he tears off a page its Ostermuelleg's turn.". . . .When the Detroit Lions' Bo McMillin showed interest getting one cf his former "Po" little boys." Pete Pihos, from the Philadelphia F.agles, Genera] Manager Charley jEwart of the Eagles offered to trade "for Bill Dudley and $50,000." . . . .That was once when Bo really needed his crying towel. Prescottfor Game Eastern honors, the Western divi- time parallel with the INSTRUCTION, MALE. EXCEL- ]ent earning Opportunities in Auto Body & Fender work, including welding, spray painting and metal work. Easy to learn now in your spare time. Chance lor 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. 13-3t INSTRUCTION, MALE. MEGHAN- 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 277-ACRE STOCK FARM, TWO dwellings, two barns, other buildings. Electricity, daily mail and bus. Seven miles north Hope Highway 2f). Bargain for quick sale. J. M. Hinds, Arab, Ala. 13-3t *uH «™t Wonted SALESMAN. GOOD JOB FOR right man. See Mr. Page for interview. Hope Beverage Company, Phone 1178. 13-3t Wanted to Buy CHICKENS, EGGS, ALL KIND OF metal and batteries. See T. P. Beard on South Hazel, % block from Hillards Cafe. 16-3t FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Aiphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON . Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holea « Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lota • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phone . • • 231-J FOSTER-ELLIS NOTE TO VETERANS: EFFEC- tive this dale 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 15th street, $7,000. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, attic ventilation, near grade school, C04 South Hamilton, $5500. INCOME PROPERTY: THREE- unit apartment house, two baths, on pavement four blocks from town, grosses $105 per month, pay $1250 down and assume ?50 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 1ile on 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- foot fronntage, 821 South Elm, • $8500. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, DOUBLE garage, one acre land on paved Highway 67 just east of Hope, $4250. JUST LISTED, NEW FIVE-ROOM 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 15-3 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN Lost BLACK MARE MULE, SCAR right hind leg. Robert Williams Hope, Route 1. 13-3 Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET. yours cleaned before bad weath er begins. Phone 689, J. M. A kins. 2(i-lmo REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7G23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 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 Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope SANDING AND F'INISHINC floors. Householders wautin floors sanded or finished, ca Vernon Osburn, phone a(36-\V. 2-3' life of the Dies committee were outrageous kangaroo courts in which the judges were not only prosecutors but complaining parties as well. I never heard a squawk from nor the Great or any of her about the injustice of that. Without preliminary, we can concede that the fur industry is more or less a unit politically and very much more so than less, is, in all but the most formal ense, a lodge of the New Deal as oti might picture a post . in the mcrican Legion organized to con- lin veterans in a given locality id with a common daily interest. For years and years, since mold Rothstcin rented put goons i beat up the adversaries of his ients in the fur industry with a etached, professional vigor wor- ly of attorneys at law, this in- ustry and this district have been iagu'ed by the Communists. Everybody knows that. Ben Gold, thc boss of the union nd of the industry itself, is a nembcr of the executive commit- oe of the Communist party. Irvig Potash, the manager of the ow York joint council of the fur- improvement of other clubs in the race, Harris still has the Yankees "in there pitching." While the rumors were flying the Yankees battled to an even: break with the Tigers at Detroit, dropping the first game of a double bill, 2 to 1 and winning the second one, 8 to 4. Joe DiMaggio hit his 300th big league homeland his ,'ifith of thc season to spoil Freddy Hutchinson's shutout in the game. No other active big league player has that many homers. In the nightcap, Lefty Joe Page, one of the Yankee "problem children" pitched five innings of scoreless relief ball and added a 1\ two-run triple as he gained credit for his fifth victory. Thc Boston Red Sox lost a night game to the Browns, 3 to 1, at Louis, so the Yankees could have gained a tie for first place if they had won the first game of that twin bill. As it is, the New Yorkers are one game away. sion race still is wide open. San Francisco, undefeated in both exhibition and conference play, lakes on Los Angeles in San Francisco Sunday. Baseball Standings League Hope's Bobcats, following a week of ironing out mistakes which cropped up in the opening game, will journey to Prescotl tonight for a game with the Curley Wolves. The Bobcats are heavy favorites to win and Coach Tollett probably will play his substitutes most of the way and the game should be more even. Of course, the Wolves could be tough, but on a basis of past performances it is expected the contest will run true to dope. Accompanying the team will be a large Hope delegation and the Tag Ray coach Day Hanson, who retired of almost everything Western Illinois Teachers College to devote his time to athletic recting and yarn spinning, is American Club Boston New York Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit St. Louis Washington Chicago National League Club Boston Pittsburgh Brooklyn St. Louis New York Philadelphia Cincinnati Chicago W. L. 87 52 86 53 . 85 55 SI (it GP, 69 55 82 4!) 93 46 02 W. L. 81 58 75 Gl . 76 63 75 (}?, . 73 05 58 81 57 80 .. 57 81 , both the narrator and victim of this one. . . .A few years ago one of Western's stars was a big Negro end named Alphonse "Flip" Anders. . . .Flip's wife lived in Moline, 111. only 90 miles from college and Anders liked to go home for frequent visits ..... But usually, like many students, he needed money before the trip ended and wired Hanson for his return fare. Finally Ray decided to teach his (jigjstar end a lesson and ignored a 607 P' oa fol> money received the day before an important football game. . . .while the team was dressing for the game thc next afternoon, Pot. .020 High School band, •o- .11 .570 .496 .401 .345 .333 Pet. .581 .551 .547 .543 .529 .417 .410 .413 there was a knock on the dressing room door. . . .Hanson opened it and in walked Anders, followed by an express agent. . . A "collect" tag hung around the footballer's neck and the agent presented a bill: "One body, live, 200 pounds j Deliver to Ray Hanson, football conch, Western Illinois State College." League Leaders: By The Associated Press American League Batting—Williams, Boston 378; Boudreau, Cleveland .3515. Runs Batted In—Di Maggio, New York 137; Stephens Boston 125 Runs—Henrich, New York DiMaggio, Boston 113 Hits—Dillinger, St. Louis Mitchell, Cleveland 1K2 Doubles—Henrich. New York 39; Priddy. St. Louis 3U Triples—Henrich, New York 14; Stewart Washington 13 Home Runs— DiMagg:o NJ?w York 36; Stephens. Boston, and Gordon. Cleveland 27 -.Stolen Bases—Dilliiu'er. St. Louis 24; Coan, Washington 2(1 Strikeouts— Lemon. Cleveland, 137: Feller, Cleveland 135 Pitching—Kramer, Boston 10-5 762; Reynolds, New York 10-0 and Grdmek Cleveland 8-3 .727 National League Battinp—Musial, St. Louis .375; Ashburn, Philadelphia .333 Runs Batted In-- Musial Louis and Kiner, Pittsburgh 11G Runs—Musial, St. Louis Thc Yerger High School foot ball team will engage in a gam | scrimmage this afternoon beginning at 4:30 p.m. With only five leltcrmen return-l ing. Coach Brooks will take trJ£:I position of an observer in Qt-i] dor to select the most capable ma- tonal. Tho squad will be divided;! into A an'd'B groups and will be;] under the'' direction of F. D. Calvin and M. Watkins. Thc pruT lems so far are in the line where! but one starter returns, James \ Wright, sub-captain and Center, is back to fill that spot. Leroy, Da-,I vis, tackle, and Samuel Shaw, guard, complete the list of line- | man that lettered. Among the lineman that have shown promise. are Willie Harper, Theodis Palmore, Lonnie Brown, Robert Davis, Eura Covington, Henry Palmore, Henry Scoggins, Bobble Hay. Aaron McFadden, Alvin COQO,- cr and J. T. McPherson. -fj •' Leading the list of backs is Captain Chester Jordan. Quarterback from last year and Willie Palmer, an alternate at wingback will take over the tail back position vacated by Edward Stuart's graduation. James Moore, a squadmah last and j year will attempt to fill thc shoes of Ralph Palmer. Moore is a power runner, but lacks the speed that Palmer lias. Other promising backs are Hoover Turner, Burnell Stuart. Isiah Stuart, A. G. Freeman, Richard Davis, L. C. Coofcfc"' J.'B. Modisett, and.Milton Burton. The Tigers will open the season Friday of next week with Idabel, Oklahoma, at Idabel. The season's schedule will be announced later. Tombs Were Plundered Although the pyramids were designed to protect the bodies of Egyptian sovereigns, every one was plundered by ancient tomb- robbers, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. j;- St. Larry Doby's grand-slam home run in thc first inning gave the Indians a G to 3 win over Washington at Cleveland and left them two-and-a-half games out of first place. In the somewhat more tepid Na- ional League race, the second place Pirates and the third place Dodgers each picked up half a ;amc on thc leading Braves al- liough both clubs seemed to be 'ighting losing battles. The Pirates iers' union, now up for deporta- on, was identified by the Daily Vorker as a member of the polit- uro of the Communist party.- Some of the employers have omplained before recent ses- ions of the House committee on abor that the workers have een absolute slaves to a few Communists in the higher posi- ions. I am not sure about the few- ess of the rank and file Comrnu- ists in this union. Only in the city f New York and only in areas eavily inhabited by colonized 'uerto Rican and by Baltic, Rusian and Rumanian immigrants ind their children, are Commu- list candidates for public office consistently successful. At any •ate, the union is a Communist ront and an agency of Communist politics and propaganda. Most im- Dortant, it dominates the indus- ry. This is a reversal of the old inequality in which the bpsses got control of thc unions. They were ailed company unions. Many ol .he fur companies, on the othei land, are union companies. They are Communist companies to the extent that they have to obey a j union run by agents of a power lostile to the United States. By ,he extension of their insidious in- 'iuence, by inching, inching relentlessly, these European unions, in garments as well as furs, can take over the industries themselves. They can accommodate manufacturers wlici are hard up with loans or with labor concessions to help them through troubles. They also have the power to drive a com- .oppod thc Giants, 10 to 6 with an | 18-hit spree in New York that in-1 ludod triples by Danny Murtaugh, Ralph Kiner, and Ed Bockman. The Dodgers made 15 hits in .heir 12 to y victory over the Reds in Brooklyn. Marv Rackley got four hits and. Jackie Robinson drove in four runs with a double and triple. Hank Sauer hit a grand slam homer and Ken Burkhart, Cincinnati relief pitcher, also homered. There were no other games scheduled. B ..By The' Associated Press Brooklyn (Fort Hamilton) — Bcrnie Bernard, 134, cBrooklyln, outpointed Joey Carkido, 137, Youngstown, 8. New York—Bcrnie Reynolds, 181 1-2, Fairfield, Conn. outpointed Angel Sotillo. 205. Argentina, f!. Philadelphia —Johnny Hnynes, 210, New York, knocked out Bill "Chicken" Thompson, 180, Philadelphia, 8. By United Press Portland, Me. — Dave Andrews 146, Lowell, Mass., knocked out George Gervin, 144, Montreal, (9). Hard To Swallow Jimmie Murphy, the Canton, 111., sage, claims that St. Louis or- intholoj-ists are studying the habits of red birds. . . .They want to know what caused their Cardinals to fly backwards so rapidly. Louis Louis Pittsburgh and Mize, North Adams, Mass.. — Charles (Docz Williams, >:77, North Adams, outpointed Bert Lytell, 107, Fresno Calif., (.10). Fall River, Mass., — Booker Hodges, 134, Fall River, knocked out Nick Staton 134, Hartford, Conn., (1). Boston —Ralph Zannelli, 150 1-2, rovidence, R. L, o u t p o i n t e d Chuck Taylor, 145 1-2, Pittsburgh 10). Lockman. New York 111 Hits— Musial, St. Louis Holmes. Boston 172 Doubles—Musial, St. Ennis. Philadelphia 38 Triples—Musial. St. Hopp, Pittsburgh 12 Home Runs— Musial 39; Musial. St. Louis New York 35 Stolen Bases—Ashburn, Philadelphia 32: Reese, Brooklyn 22 Strikeouts—Brecheen, St. Lrmis 138; Sain, Boston and Jansen, New York 119 Pitching—Sewell, Pittsburgh 113 .780; Chesnes, Pittsburgh 13-4 .765. Prehistoric Oilmen A prehistoric race of people dug for oil in Pennsylvania centuries before the Indian came to the continent of North America. Remains of the pits, lined with timbers, still remain. Flay safe! Have your car lubricated and inspected regularly by men who know it BEST! Takes the Cake Kansas City —(/P)— Nine girl friends of little Miss Jean Gerard gathered at her home for a birthday slumber party. Before con- cuming the refreshments the group attended a movie. On their return they discovered that the house had been entered by a prowler. He took one item—the birthday cake. pany to the wall and enable some lortumUe cousin of some union boss to pick up the moribund business at a panic price. But that iu just a commonplace of union racketeering as given to the crooks of the great national corruption by Moosejaw I, and may be done with motives of the purest lartvny untainted by communism. However, it is plain that the same trick can be worked to confiscate a business from a noncontorinor and turn it over to a fellow who will reliably toe the Communist party line. The fur industry is so nearly sat- By BEN PHLEGAR New York, Sept. 17 — (IP)— The lid lifts just a crack on the college football season this weekend. Pop. ping out are the first games of I three major conferences, a pair of intersectional affairs, a good South- em scrap and a wh,ole hatful of other contests. Much of the action centers on the West Coast. The Rose Bowl Trojans of the University of Southern California entertain • the University of Utah at Los Angeles tonight. Tomorrow the Pacific Coast conference opens with Oregon State at U. C. L. A. and Idaho at Oregon State. Santa Clara will be at California and San Jose State at Stanford in other Saturday games. The intersectional clashes pit 1 ' 11 Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs; or anything Electrical. See us first. Alien Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 808 Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. 0870 In the Chancery Court of Heiiipstead County, Ark. B E R N ICE M cFADDKN" Plaintiff vs. HOSCOE McFADDKN Defendant The Defendant, Roscoe McFad- len is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answei .be complaint of the Plaintiff, ISernice McFaddtn. Witness my hand and the seal of said court ibis lij day of SepU inber 1948. C. K. WEAVER, By Oni'-ra Kvans John P. \V*(.'.v, Au'y. for John L. Wilson. Ji. Att'y. (SEAL) 'iJt. 17. 24. Oct. 1, 8 M. against Villanova -it Philadelphia and Texas Christian at Kansas tomorrow afternoon. The University of Texas' Sugar Bowl champions will open at home tomorrow against Louisiana State. Four Southern conference elevens will see action. The Colonials of George Washington University will test Wake Forest's new T- 1'ormation in a conference affair at Wake Forest tomorrow afternoon. In night games Davidson will be at home to Elon and the Uni- urated with communism that thej vc ,. s it v o f Richmond entertains Randolph-Macon. Oklahoma A. and M. opens Missouri Valley proceedings against at jusiness men on the employing side are actually helpless. U is really surprising and a credit to these gentlemen, that a few j \ vj( , hila ; ,t "Wichita. St. Louis U. spokesmen nave had the courage I , h ,, st lo Dubutule alld Drllke to give testimony which certainly ; lakes (m Sm|tl> D . lklltu state toniyht will make things ba. ior them in j jn , lon . L . onl - e ri>nce Ramos, business hciicelorth. That is, it will] make tilings bad for them until ! tin.' Soviet empire strikes the blow to start the war. When that happens, of course, here will be sudden furious outbreak ai'ainsl all traitors and all who played with thrill, including Klranor the Gn-al. But those who have recently put theJiisclvos on record, especially in such dangerous circumstances, mav get some consideration. 1 doubt though that this would go lor Joe- C'urran of the maritime union or Mike Quill ol the lianspurl union. They went too far and wailed loo long. As to the business men in the fur industry who have strung all,IK; with tin.- ' ummunis'.s, we have ahvadv laid down the law or UK-HI. We did that at Nuinln-rg. TlK-v may sav that Uiev had to ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts Barwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Clerk 1). C. Plaintiff i , . , , •i'\ IHi'ii' Islibmil l-j tin- (. i-mmuiust tin igo broke. That is what the i said, ami il didn't i!o them a It'.ood. Their rank and file om- 'ployi-es may say tiial llu-y had lu .juin and pay and submit or starve. Thai is v.'hat many Ci/mian workers earnestly pleaded. A lot of ^uijd il did them. The parallel to the ; Nazi 'uusiiicti na-ii r.nd and file Nazi workers None of the major Astern schools are scheduled tomorrow. Iowa state of the Big Seven will gel underway against Iowa Teach- vrs in Ames. Oilier scattered I'ame^ include Montana State at Utah State tto- nighu Morningside at North Dako- a Uoiiighti Abilene Christian at Aikansas; Santa Barbara at Oregon; Colorado at Colorado A. M. t.T'unuOit 1 : Colorado Mines at Denver 11; West Texas Teachers at j Texas Tech: Waynesburg at West Virginia: and Louola (Los Angeles.) ! at St. Mary's (Sunday.') Cleveland Hurler i Don Black Is 'Little Better' juin tin- party and iu-U 1 [starve is almost perfect. Na/isj Cleveland. Sept. 17 — (UP1— Albil ol j ti ndm;.; physicians today issued "ptirnisuc slati'ini'nts on the condition ut Don Black, Cleveland Indians' pitcher wiio suffered a biain hemorrhage during a game las' Monday. ! Brain Specialist Dr. Spencer of tin.-] Braden said Black "is rapidly rank [coming out of lilt- woods" butB had to | i'u:nhu; out uf the woods" but he | lei or i added the caution that "he is not ] lover the hump yet." ' Ho you know how many hours closer lo home the 1'arllicst point on earlh has been brought—just since V-J Day? Do you realize how the dilfiuiillies ol' defending the United Slates from air attack have multiplied in the last three years? Do you know the amount of Air Power this country has today? Do you know what it needs in men and male- rial to maintain adequate Air Power? is, Every American can find out — and <;KT TO KNOW vot u .UK FOltCE IJKTTKK — on Air Force Day- You'll discover there s something yon ean do for America's Air Power. First, and most important, is for you to learn I he facts, l.it- eralure will ho available at Air Force Day exhibits at ''* Air Force Bases, at .National Guard Armories, lu-cruitiiifi Stations and many other places. If you are a voting man from 17 to 3-1, you'll iiiul that the Air Force oilers you splendid training and education, with the opportunity lo specialize in skills that can lead lo a worthwhile career in aviation. If you are 20 to 26l/>, single, and have had two years of college or the equivalent, the Air Force offers you the world's finest ilight training as an Aviation Cadet. If you are still in college, you can join the Air K.O.T.C. Or, as a civilian, you can join the Air National Guard. Veterans can enlist or join thc Air Force Reserve. ^ Walcli your newspapers for the schedule of Air Force Day events ami make u point of attending. If that is not possible, at least stop in and pick up a copy of the special Air Force Day pamphlet, "KNOW YOIIH AIK FOltCK BKTTKR," at your U. S. Army and II. S. Air Force Reeruiting Station. U. S. ARMY AND ' U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING SERVICE HOW Y©UH AIR THE STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND. Conducts long-range bombardment and fighter operations, independently or in co-operation with land and naval forces. THE TACTICAL AIR COMMAND. Equipped with new jet lighters and attack bombers for operation anywhere in the world. THE AIR DEFENSE COMMAND. Provides ait- defense of the U. S. Trains the Air Reserve. Supervises training of the Air National Guard. THE AIR MATERIEL COMMAND. Research and development of new planes, guided missiles, Ait' Force materiel, accessories and supplies. THE AIR TRAINING COMMAND. Provides individual training, except higher education available in the Air University. THE MILITARY AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE. * Provides world-wide air transportation for all departments of the U. S. military establishment, as well as weather and air-rescue service. THE AIR UNIVERSITY. Higher education in all phases of military aviation. THE OVERSEAS AIR COMMANDS. Include USA!' in Europe, Caribbean Air Command, Pacific Air Command, Far I2ast Air Force and Alaskan Air Command. f, " \ :i i * r! i t i »

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