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Six O! HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS LASS Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication lumber of One Three Six One , F U to 16 to 20 . to 25 . ie td 30, 81 to 35. £.48 to 40 , Aft, to 45. ftito 50 P TJB Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .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 2.30 2.50 3.00 3.50 4,00 4.50 5.00 4.50 8.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Hales are tor Continuous Insertions Only » All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone SFor Rent Z NICE FRONT BEDROOMS ' with kitchen privileges. Close in. 1 Phone 33. 18-Ot < .v...... j , -MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE, HARD„ t Wood floors, attic fan, garage. $45 per month. Immediate possession. Phone 1147-R. 18-3t 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART' ment, near Schooley's Store. Mrs. J. E, Schooley, Phone 38-F-ll. 20-tf ROOM HOUSE WITH bath. 114 W. 18th Street in front of High School. 2p-3t Male Help Wanted WANTED AT ONCE! CAPABLE man between 25 ami 55 years to take over established business in portion of Hempstead County. Possible earnings SCO to $75 weekly. This is your opportunity to increase your income to meet today's high cost oC living. Car necessary. For information without obligation, write The ,T. R. Watkins Company, Rural Department, Memphis, Tennessee. 21-4t For Sale or Rent MODERN 5 ROOM, TILE HOME, Paul Duclney, Washington, Arkansas. Phone 36. 18-Ot Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad wealh- Rams Surprise in Win Over Detroit Team Los Angeles. Sept. 23—(/Pi—There was a rumbling in (he depths of the National Football League today following the Los Angeles .Rams' -.„ Thursday, September 23, 1948 .By Huah S. Pullorton. Jr. New York, Sept. 23 — (/P) —A few months ago. when Sam Pian was the Uclro'l si « nin « f " r Tony /ale to fight Mar" a busy ( ' el " Cerdan. he lemarkod: "You never ean tell about a man Znle's age. He might begin to crack up any time.". . . .H seemed slightly r 14-7 win over Lions, which touched off week for both NFL and All-America pro gridders. The Rams—consigned bv many .... experts to a spot wov down in Die I!'> r "eulous tnen to think of a per- NFL western division— rebounded I fectly-condilioned fighter like Zale from some depressing exhibHion !,Bracking up," but you saw what 'happened in Jersey City the other night. . . .Now you keep hearing imports that Welterweight Champion Ray Robinson is slowing down and isn't the fighter he was a few years ago. . . Maybe that's just ballyhoo to lend importance to games to swarm all MOlin's Lions. The Rams cashed in on bad breaks for the Lions—erstwhile Bo Mc- three Cinderella boys circuit—to rack downs in the first' half. The game—marking of the exhi.iition up three touch- j lopsided rivals in score between the two a regular season contest the most!Robinson''; tussle with Kid Gavilan tonight. But, as never can tell. . wisecracked rotation and er begins. Phone 089, J. M. At-(ton, and Chicago Bears ; kins. ' 2G-lmo Bay Sunday. Pian said, you .Lou Boudreau indicated" mo re" Tire works might" be i 01 . 1 /-' 1 ? .wisecracked that Cleveland's expected in the rest of this week's l? la -' h >nK rotation was "Feller, pro card which includes: Lemon and two days of ram." For NFL— New York at Boston to- l ' lc Braves you could substitute night, Philadelphia at defending U nc na mcs of Sain and Spahn. . . . champion Chicago Cards tomorrow!;"" 1 ^'" 0 , w , hat the third game of a night; and Pittsburgh at Washing- j (-'"'eland-Boston World Scries — at Green FURNISHED conveniences, Bills paid. Private | entrance. 712 East Division. 20-3 1 ' '.SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND , s ' tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRae i ;., Implement Co. 21-1 m 3 BOOM FURNISHED APART- J/'jnent upstairs. Utilities paid. V "Phone 688., 22-3t rROOM TJNKUKNISHED APART- ment. Utilities paid. 1520 S. Main Phone 563-J. By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. All-America Conference— Brooklyn at Baltimore. Chicago at Cleveland, and San Francisco at Buffalo, all on Sunday. o New York, Sept. 22 — If f hadn't j come down with galloping buck- 22-31 fever during .my interview with ___ — |Bubhlehead "Wallace af his press . PRIVATE BATH AND , conference in Philadelphia, I "private entrance. Can be seen ;would have been able to round him up right there because Old Stupe ^during noon hour or after G:30 p.m. ^ H. A, Spraggms, 222 Edgewood •and East 3rd Street. Phone 092-W. 23-3t just isn't bright. When he said to me that.day, "I never discuss anything with Wcst- "• brook Pcglcr," I was going to say, n»n» T>h-n- 090 w * A MR |- Oh, but, Mr. Wallace, that is not Belle Phillips, 222 East Avc. B. so because, the last time I visited By JOE REICHLER Cleveland. Sept, 23 — (if) ~ Bob 1'eller is back on his throne today of "pitchers. aCcUlimod as tho 23-3t no rain — would be like. Nice. Work If J. W. "Dub" Wheeler. Star Oklahoma U. tackle of 1035 and now police chief at Norman. Okla. :> raise in pay the other day because he almost succeeded in working himself out of a job. . . The extra S100 a month on Dub's itny check was voted because of his outstanding work in the juvenile delinquency fioldj. . . .Recently Wheeler explained that he hadn't filed a juvenile case in several months. Americans Have Edge in Golf Meet in Canada , Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 23—(/P)— Invaders from south of the border had a decided edge today as a field of 12B (CQi golfers moved out m the second round of their finest for the Canadian Open championship and $10.000 in prize money. In front of the pack after yes- El Dorado — The El Dorado ' \Vildcats will be out of town again ! terday's opening H! holes — played on a wet. chill day—were Dick Met.z of Virginia Beach, Va and Arkansas City, Kas.. young Bill Wary of Phoenix, Ariz, and Herman Keiser of Springfield, Mo. hev warmed' the (i,f>90-yard C ° U1 ' SC nsas Colleges P!ay This Weekend By CARL BELL Associated Press Sports Editor Four games touch olf the Arkansas Intercollegiate football championship Conference fuss this the race- billed as Making their second road trip Nary started early and solved a wind problem bv clotheslining his drives. Met?, and Keiser put their weekend, and one of openers might well be "crucial" tilt. i The featured attraction will bring together 1947 co-champion Arkansas Slate Teacher:; College, opening its season as well as its title defense, and Little Rock Junior College at Little Rock Saturday night. Little Hock's Trojans, probably BROADCASTING SYSTEM their initial triumph of the. season 'length left for his par three oil 133-yard third hole. Ellsworth Vines la., rammed the of Iowa City, after setbacks at the hands of the Blythcvillo Chicles and the Fort Smith Grizzlies. Friday's contest against Hope will not be a conference game for the locals since the Bobcats are in (he AA loop, instead of the Big . got ' Six. Reports from Hope indicate how- j-Bolsta of Tampa and ever, that the Cats will be facing Shcneiter of Ogclon, Utah. another tough opponent. Hope has ! Fl "ed Wood of the host course won two games and is ranked i was lllr! top-ranking Canadian ti ainong the leading AA teams in the |™' 1t ' 1 . Ha ;, ls ;! VKl Conedon at Coaches H. C. Jenkins and Gar- den go year's 40-0 locking at the hands of the Bears. The Bears will not be at top I home 20 and 25-foot strengtn. End Jack Bell and Backs back nine and helped < Lec R°y PLinimcr and John Kor- ruUs on the hack nine and help himself to a OS, one stroke back of the lenders. In at GO were F,ric Monti of Santa Monica, Calif., Dale Andiea.son of_Gelnvieiv, 111.. George George negay, all regulars, are injured, and may see little action. Also, Rex l.'earce, the teachers sparkplug, is due to play only on offense since he had not fully recovered ' lion. from a summer knee opera- . , Cleveland right- hander, in the most important' signment of his baseball world career, showed Die all ROOM FARM HOUSE TO BE moved from location. Good condition, new galvanized roof. Lo- you, you discussed -a very interest- (still had it. He Drovedto ing plan to build an eight-lane con- crelc highway from Now York to Paris ~ by way of Alaska and Siberia." That would have sloughed them but it is a fact. I would have touched him off Picjskin Pickins This pome is rated as a tossup We think that Army will mark lossup. No^re Dame vs. Purdue The Boilermakers Of Stuard Hoi comb Will give Notre Dame An Irish welcomb. Georgetown vs. Holy Cross The Hoyas Will be joyous. Minnesota vs. Washington n ; |Minno"<Ma is big and rough; JONE CHAMPION 400 Smith bower. John Ozan, Arkansas. H. Webb, 18-31 FOOT STEWART WARNER Refrigerator. In good condition, phone 952-W. 21-3t Gated 2 miles South of Rosston, and when Bubblehcad gives tongue Arkansas. See Roy Caldwcll, Stc-lyou have got him. You can steer i % pbens, .Arkansas. Phone 4151. I him with questions. But I blow up IG-Gt'and lost the floor. Doris Fleeson ——— I fnd other friends of his have said BLACK they knew all the lime that he wrote the goofy letters and I agree with them absolutely that he did but, if you will excuse rne, for a better reason. For example, in the letter to "Dear Guru," dated March 12, 1033, v/here it says,. "I have been thinking of you holding the casket — the sacred, most precious casket" — I know what that refers to. 'I refers to a painting of old Nick showing off the two-legged 'beard' wearing his little ding-bat Chinese cap and chow mein pajamas and holding up a little box that was planted in the cornerstone of the lamasery at the dedication conniptions. It was full of conventional voodoo. Hair combings, policy slips, boss-fix powder and about 88 cents in coins. Roerich's son, Viatoslav, did a paintinc of the old boy which hung DIVING ROOM AND BEDROOM furniture, like new. Half price. Phone 417., 22-St ; TJSED NORGE REFRIGERATOR in werfect condition. Brewster Refrigeration Service, 119 Edge- Wood AVe., Hope. Phone 1280 or v - 1231-J nights and Sunday. 23-3t Wanted WANT A JOB IN EUROPE? , MEN WITH OR WITHOUT PRIOR MILITARY SERVICE MAY NOW ENLIST IN THE ARMY FOR DUTY IN EUROPE. SEE THE ~ U, S. AIR U. S. ARMY AND FORCE RECRUIT- inside the lamasery and head used to drool with ING OFFICE. CITY HALL, at thc si S !lt of it. ahe " 1h 's letter continues: Bubble- reverent HOPE, TAILS. ARKANSAS, FOR DE- 21-Gt GOOD USED BABY Phone 952-W. BUGGY. 21-3t Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence .Phone . . . 231-J I have thought of the "And country FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN going forth to meet the seven stars under the sign of thc three stars And I have thought of the admonition, 'Await the stone.' We await the stone and we welcome you again to this glorious land of destiny, clouded thoiiL'h it may be with strange, fumbling fears." Know what this is about 1 ' ask pa oa. Old Nick used to tell Henry REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE time stories coaled with mysticism and, as one of the old hands of the cultural circle said the other day ••'Valb'ce •••;.'• ".ib"'i ( .-vr,blv simolc'. He was childish. He loved to use code names for things.' ' England and Japan wen? tigers and mon- Iknys. Roosevelt the Wavering One i I he Stale Department was the old I house. He was Gallahad. Such a dope! Roericli had written a thing called •Ihe Legend of the stone" and Wallace had an emotional hoedown over that. He soaked up Ho- ench s patter and used it to suggest great savvy about oriental religions, like a broadcaster jabbering football jargon who never even went out for musical chairs He also impressed the members of the circle as a man hounded by strange fears. He seemed frightened of everything all the time. 'Yet lie most stupid things and give sell real cause to worry over found out. He seemed to among thc third largest crowd -in Cleveland history—76,772 wildly cheering rotors—that when the chins were down, he was still the .teller of old, the most feared moundsman of modern times For it was Feller who climaxed a tremendous Redskin surge that luted the club from third to a first place tie ' aren't husky weeks. Meter. the space of two It was the former Van la., farm bov who began the drive with a 1-0 victory over the Chicago While Sox Sc'pt C and it was he who kept it going yesterday with a brilliant 5-2 three-hit triumph over the Boston Red Sox. "It was Rood to win, especially this one," Feller said while changing into street clothes after the game. "I wanted to win this one more than any other game in my life. It wan the big game—thc one the club had to win." Bob allowed the Red Sox only three hits, none before the sixth inning. One of Boston's runs was unearned. He had-a perfect game for four frames and a no-hitter for five. Only six Bostonians reached base, two on walks and one on an error. He fanned six, nil in the first five innings. He threw only 104 pitches. With the victory the Indians tied The Huskies just enough. Texas vs. North Carolina Instead of Layne Texas has Camobcll. We still think this Is a pretty good gamble. League Leaders By the Associated Press National League Batting — Musial. St. Louis Ashburn. Philadelphia .333 Runs Bat'ed In — Mize York 123; Musial St. Louis 122 Runs — Musial, Stm Louis Lockman, New York 116 Hits — Musial St. Louis Holmes, Boston 179 land Gregory are doing all in their power to whip their charges into winning form. After the week-end rest Ihe Wildcats spent many hours at Memorial stadium in thc Monday afternoon workout. It was after dark before the boys were allowed to call it a day. Most members of the squad appear to be in good condition. Only a few minor injuries were sustained in the game with Fort Smith and all boys arc expected to be able to make the trip Friday. The coaching staff is continuing to emphasize work on blocking and tackling, the two weak Also in the ti of Tulsa. Twenty j oc j Ouachita, picked by some to top . ,.„ 70 hoth Teachers and Arkansas Tech. was Bill McPartland | which also shared the crown last year, will open its bid on its par or better. ' " home field at Arkadelphia against Magnolia A. arid M. ' The Tigers also are out for revenge. Magnolia took a 34-43 decision from them a year ago. A couple of darkhorses in the j title race, the College of the lO/arks, and Uendrix, will tangle Saturday night at Conway. Oxarks boasts a big edge in both experience and weight, but a tight battle is expected. Tech's Wonder Boys look for a H. M. Barnes of Texarkana was liule trouble as they open against top man of thc Weekly Skect l Al lians as College at Batesville and Shoot breaking 49 x 50. < Russellvillo. f i el d has been the return of| points in the Wildcat machine. The i Vh - l.w;i^l,.^,^ , . i _i ^* 7 ,..' lllc Boston for the American lead, a half game ahead (bird nluce Now York The Yanks brushed off League of the Yankees. the Chicago White Sox, 7-2. Another ... tory over Chicago today would jump the Yanks into tie for first as both Cleveland a throe Boston wav and .378; Now 130; 210; Wildcats were told Monday that j F ..J,. .,„,, ,,,,, ,.,, in .,,„.:,. they are showing improvement but 1 that they need to advance, much more to be able to hold their own against coming opponents. A large delegation of El Dorado fans is expected to make the trip to Hope. Friday has been designated as "El Dorado Day" at the district livestock show and many are expected to visit the show and remain over for the fame The Wildcats band will make the trip. Special ceremonies are being planned with Director Charles North and the band members working each morning at Memorial Stadium. Musial, St. Louis r3; Double Ennis, Philadelphia""and" < Dark"'Boston 38 Triply — Musial, St. Louis 17' Hoao, Pittsburgh 12 Home Runs — Kiner, Pittsburgh o9; Musial St. Louis and Mize New York 38 Stolen Bases — Ashburn, Philadelphia 32; Rojek, Pittsburgh 14 Pitching — Sewell, Pittsburgh 12- IV.KOO; Chesnes, Pittsburgh 13-5, American League Batting — Williams, Boston .308- Boudreau, Cleveland 354 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 Edpewood Hope r Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR —. House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See uu first. Alien Electric Co, Wext Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 809 of nothing, would do the being think nothing nf liftini! official pupers out of the files of the Hovernment and sending them to the. lamasery 1 Here was one from Cordell Hull which I held in my hand a few days y«o. There was another loUer signed by llirosi Sailo, the Japanese ambassador, on the embassy s stationery, daled Feb 1!J l!)Ti pronn.siiu; Ibat the harljin 'news- papc-r Niclu-Nichi would lay off Lemon, Cleveland ninth inning u'hen two Kindles, a ! PilchhiK — Kramer, Boston 10-5 walk and double sjsoiled liis bid 1-7(52; Gromck. Cleveland 9-3 .750. The Indians raked Dobsnn for three runs -in the first inning to clinch the decision. The bi« blow was Ken Kellner's 28th home run ol the season with one on. The Yanks also pot some great pitching as Lefty Tommy Byrne checked the tail-end White Sox on «"i- iT!lfr.|.i,. s pr,,l f;,,!,,,.,] ]] r5yi- nc blanked Ihe While Sox until ' thc ninth ' v ;i shutout. Byrne also slan-ed at hat. doubl-j ing home two runs to highlight a l'our-um •.•even'h inning ui;'risin>' that enabled the Yanks to take a commanding 50 advantge. Thc pesky Ti/'ors downed (he Philadelnhia Athletics, 5-1. as Lelty Hal Newhouser scattered seven hits in gaining his 10th vic- ld Nick. Oubblehead had sent Koerich to Manchuria and Monjro- BattPd In—DiMaggio, New York 149; Stephens. Boston 131 Runs —' Hen rich. New York 128- D'Mmjgio Roston ]9f) Hits —Mitchell, Cleveland 192- Dillinjjer, St. Louis 191. Doubles — Henrich, New York ar-' W'-neski. Philadelnhia 41 Triples — Henrich, New York 14- St-wart. Washington 13 H'.vi". Runs -_ piMaRfiio. New lork 38; Gordan, Cleveland 20 Stolen Bases — Dillingcr, St Louis 24' Coan, Washington 20 Straights \vere shot by Bud Price i Tecn ' s t> a c f Garland City and H. M B-irnes I slrengthcncd ' jJimrny Albright, all due to the Unplc-threater who h; i-in» the after- ulfe ";«»s^rring to an of of Texarkana. Little Rock, Sept. 22 — (/P) There'll be high school football ac- non just aootit everywliere you look in Arkansas this weekend. Despite the heavy schedulcn how ever few of the in district these in title the games races, lower will count most of divisions. Strikeouts --152' I F Cleveland Thcre'll be only one Big Six (Triple A) clash and only one district af fair in the double a division. Fort Smith's Grizzlies, swagger ing off to a good start, will be out to increase their early lead in the Big Six at Hot Springs tomorrow night when they go against the rebuilt Trojans. The cpa ciub, now under the helm of Joe Dildy, a •builder of champions, ' showed promise in a warmup game and may spell trouble for the Bruins, who nipped El Dorado last week in the only Big Six game played to date. '<_. The only double a encounter will pit Springdale against Harrison in i.vslnci One. The Little Rock Tigers, who over parts oC thvee seasons have been noon. Shot at 50 Barnes. H. M Price, Bud Griffin, David Griffin, Sonny Wilson, Johnny .... Reed, Fletcher Lewis, Gib Dickinson, Rudolph Henry. F. D Mitchell. Mrs Ross, Raymond Hamiter, Harold ... Edwards, E. W Shot at 25 Bryan, Charles .... Griffin, L Barr, R. H. Neville, Jim Kunkle, Tom Broke .... -in .... 48 .... 45 .... 45 ... 45 ... 44 ... 42 .... 42 .... 3(1 .... 31 .... 29 ... 24 .... 24 Broke ... 22 .... 19 .... 15 ... 13 Little Kock id consider- on t-of-state senool. Three non-conference games are on the docket as all AlC elevens go into action. Arkansas |A. and M. of Montieello, will start the week's play by meeting Delta State at Cleveland, Miss., 'tonight. Henderson will square off against Northeast Oklahoma at Tahlequah, j 11:30 Luncheon at Sard!' [Okl., tomorrow night. Arkansas' State will entertain Mississippi College at Jonesboro Saturday. Thursday p.m., Si.:pt, 23 5:00 'Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Fair Roundup 0:15 News. Fivi- "tar Final G:25 Today in Sports 0:30 Melody Boys—Fair park 0:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr.—M 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7:30 The Better Half—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Healtcr—M 8:15 Rodeo—Fair park 8:30 Revere All Star Revue—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Family Ther.ire—M 9:30 Rodeo—Fair park 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Barclay Allon's Orch.—M 10:30 Noro Morales' Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Friday a.m.; Sept. 24 5:57 Sign On (1:00 Hillbilly. Hoedown (i:15 Morning Musicalc (5:25 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News. First Kdition fi-,40 Arkansas Plowboys 0:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Uevo'ional Hour Musical Clock News, Coffee Cup Edition Sunrise Serenade Slogan Parade According to the Record Cecil Brown—M Faiih in Our Time—M Say it With Music—M P a s s i n g P a r a d o—M Victor II. Lindlahr—M Gabriel Hoatter's Mailbag —M Minute Qui/.—M Judging —Fair park Man on the Midway— Fail- park M • 10:00 I 10:15 i 10:30 10: -15 11:00 11:15 Friday p.m., Sept. 24 WJSSioms and Robinson Are Favorites Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 23 —(UP) be will power -Birmingham balance pittcd against Nashville the two Southern Association teams go to war tonight in the Shaughnessy playoff finals. The Vols bruised Mobile 18 to 2 jTuesclay night to close out the Bears' preliminary bid, four games to three. The Barons eliminated Memphis an evening earlier, four games to two. Manager Larry Gilbert will toss distance ! (UPl — and Ray 5-1 fav- By JACK CUDDY New York, Sept. 23 — Champions Ike Williams (Sugar) Robinson were rites to beat their opponents in tonight's double-header fight show at Yankee Stadium because of the dynamite in their dukes. Brown-skinned Williams of Trenton, N. J., was scheduled to defend his world lightweight title against Jesse Flores, elusive California- Mexican, in a 15-round bout. Robinson, the slender Harlem Negro who wears the world welterweight crown, was slated for a 10- round non-title bout Kid Gavilan of Cuba. with flashy undefeated in 33 outings, may run',"'! 1 !l s | :u ;O' array of up against their toughest foe in at ! Ilt4l , f ' 1 ' s that ', lroke , almost Base baft and this paper, a Japanese | llu >; hl) - By The Associated Press American League New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Detroit. Washington at St. Louis (night). Only games scheduled. National Leacue Brooklyn at New York Ci n c i n n a ti at Philadelphia , propaganda show, was the devil. So Wallace around, by-passing thr Hiving him sneaked State De- Only games scheduled. paitment and asked Saito to turn oil the heat as a favor to him . haito's Idler landed on Ihe desk of old show LET FOY DO IT Dl ° Post H °'e» • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots « Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO, Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Atphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 Notice to Cotton Growers Wfc v-iili handle your government cotton loans on the green card class. Bring your Conpress lickc'lb and claes card and save $1,00 to $1.60 per bale. E. M, McWiilioms & Co., Hope, Ark, Across the street from Pct>t OffUe a confidential associate of Ruerich. Now it turns up to what a blethering sap Henry was and how guilty Roosevelt in' picking him io be vice-president for tour years. Hitler himself couldn't have critici:'.ed that selection. And all his letters to Roe rich went through an intermediary who found motil ol' Ihem too silly for serious treatment and therefore just made digests of anyihini' i that was coherent. The digests won't I to Rocrich. The originals remained i in New York. Now you know how | Ihe letters came to bo in one batch | here. After Louis llorch, the Ini national Exchange speculator, an overdose of culture and inoke out with the exoleri chives, Wallace joined him as asik-nt backer in the litigation to capture title to the joxs.-hoti.s-i'. H,, sneaked out smear MUI'I' about JJocrich t)!roui;h Ihe Department of Agriculture's "intm-malion" outlet. And Ihe t-vcr- hHuhil treasury filed a criminal action charging tax evasion Io scare the old guru ar.l keep hi:n at a distance to he couldn't oppose. Die whip-saw in real estate It happened that the internii-diarv who had Uubblehead's leil pinniped for the Jd.ericli i.-.ct which cot jirkcii in UK- law-suit S naiurally, \\hen Wallaci nati'd for vice-president said, holv Moses ll'-.t s not be, ;j)i(i took llie sc-nes ciroiiii:! \,> uu- li I'"r Launianpi- toda-i that O'CurbeU, Ihe Yesterday's Results American League Detroit S Philadelphia 1. Cleveland 5 Boston 2 (night) Now York 7 Chicago '2 (ni»ht). Washington 5 St. Louis 4 (night 10 iniiinysi. Nntionnl League St. Louis 8 Boston 2. Pittsburgh 5 Brooklyn 1. Chicago .'-i-U New York 2-7 Cincinnati J Philadelphia 2 i night i. Texas League Final Playoff Korlh Worth 7 Tulsa 0 I Fort i Worth lead.s, ]-()). Southern Association Playoff No game scheduled. lory and 15Uth of his career. In the oilier American League game, the Washington Senators nosed out the St. Louis Browns n-1. when Cliff Faiinin walked Sherry Robi.-it.son with the bases loaded in the tenth inning. The St. Louis Cardinals and American League Club Boston Cleveland New York ,., A - „..„ Philadelphia .Stan Musial hogged the National ! Detroit ... . League spotlight. The Cards pre- I -St. Louis vented the Boston Braves from ehncliini! their first pennant in 34 years by trouncing them. 8-2. least that length of time. They !o Oklahoma City for a c-Ish with Classen High. Two interesting games may shed light on comparative strength of the Triple A and Double A div- sions. Wink'SS Kl Dorado, repre senting the Big Six, will tangle with Hope, a power in the Double every Kitting record in the book durin | the regular season. Charley Work ^mashed 52 home runs Southern record, is in injured man Charles Stark, 24, was described as "good" by attaches at St. Edward's hospital where he is being treated. L. D. Wilson, also of Oklahoma City, one of three men W'HJ had been playing cards with Stark in (the hotel room early yesterday before the latter fell into 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Colleen Coffee—Fair park 12:30 Arkansas Plowboys—park 12:45 Farm Fair—fair park 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Organ Melodies—Fair park 2:30 Heart's Desire—M 3:00 Carnival of Music 3:15 Rodeo—Fair park 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Fair Roundup . , 6:15 News. Five Star Edit'iu 0:25 Today in Sports 0:30 Henry J. Taylor—M (i:45 Fulton 'i^wi" Jr. 7:00 Bobcat Pep Rally 7:15 El Dorado Pep Rally 7:30 Bobcat Preview 7:45 Football game: Hope vs. El ' Dorado 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Barclay Allen's Orch.—M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch.—M •' 10:55 Mutua-1 Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off Top Radio Programs i I New York, Sept., 23 — (/P) — Top- (ics tonight: NBC -- 7 Time, Place and Tune; .man. who for a now good shape a bruise:! liert, who during the to Wo i km a n ••"(lore cno latter tell into an alley, I „ J :"^- ~ '«'"-', t u ( ee ana .tune; ^i was released last night. All three I" Ncisoiv Eddy; S:30 Dorothy La'"-.had been questioned,'but only Wil-i 111 ? 111 " 9 Bol > Hawk. ° 1 ', Uon was detained during the dav , ICBS ~ G; 3° CKlb Crosby; 7:3( mib | yesterday. ' Mr. Keen tracing; {i Rober 111 i r VM.,. ,-. *.,. ^,. i : .. ., ., A i , .- t . . t- f \ r i\\ \ M (f in *^! i y-vro"! fi-i • !-": • '1(1 f i- J 1-^1 / 30 rt 8:30 Crime Doorway to wnn nope, a ])o\yer m the Double"" .""^i".<", " '" lu , u h JU1U officers "I haven't the -liehte A bracket. North Liltle Rock, also u ', ) : '.» d " M "\ lo lhoso WI > bc> sllt;h idea how I fell " ol Ibe B : u Six, will entertain double clol 't tM 'K ns 1-orresl (Smokeyi Bur-j ' A Texarkana. Other games fdislrict games in dicated in parentheses) include: Pine Bluff at Fordyee Springdale at Harriston (1AA) Bentonvilie at Alma dAi Siloani Springs at Fayetlcville Jonesboro at Newjiorl Paragould at Corning CiAi MoskugC',e, Okla., St. Jo.-icnh at Moskogee, Okla., SI. Joseph at Fort Smith St. Anne's; Clarksville at Mansfield <rA) Paris at Mena (4Al Greenwood at Russellville Danville at Atkins (4Bi Cainden at Con way Bentoii at Little 'Rock Catholic high i.'amden Fau'V.ew at MAGNET Cove Osceoln at ILTainc Stuttgart at Warren Brinkley at Wynne KiA) Helena at Forrest City KiA Nashville at Gurdon DeQueen a Idabel, Okla. Magnolai at Arlcadelphi (7A) MeCiehee at Kudora (UA) e ,, Baseball Standings nig avrage champion; j'•' Carmen Mauro, Elwooil Trantham •and others. v j Tb" Barons haven't been nearly i so impressive in the homer de!'' •i -ll -u"it. Hiit (hey showed they ] could do it in the finale of their series with Memphis, cracking six ItouriTKisters t'o' - a 13 to H swamp jing. Manager Freddie Walters has 1 •' -une-b pitfbin'f staff in Mike i Palm, Harry Dorish, Frank Quinn | and Al la IVIcchia, lo mention only j the tiuartet alone. | The winner of the four-out-of- seven series meets '.he Texa Young in Suspense Photographer; B:30 Life. ABC — 7 Abbott and Costello at new time; fi Child's world discus- ••"li(lhtest sion; l!::il) Candid Microphone, ^'tnusi, MBS __ 7 yaj(iiu Jac( .' p(it . Y . 30 Better Half Quiz; !) Family Theater, Claudette Colbert. Friday NBC i UN. ! CBS — | ton. 1 ABC — I MBS show. m. report on 1 p. in. Second Mrs. Bur- Breakfast Club, ni. Bob Poolc '.League playoff winner in the Dixie Mem Survives FaSS From Third Floor Fc.it Smith. Sept. 23 —(/I 1 )— An (Oklahoma City man's plunge from | the window of a third story hotel i room here was held accidental to, day. ivu-amvliilo, the condition of the On the Air Waves o v/a.s nomi- this parly 1 archr.vct ''.'he Braves, if they had beaten the Cards, would have won the ll: ;".- as. a triumph would have ' ;i.-lmiuiati.'d both the Cards and -•Brooklyn Dodgers. The Dodyers, i.bi-aii'ii 5-1 by Kip Sewell and" the Piilsburgh Pirates. dropped to thiici pku-i! as the Cards took over s. et'iMxi i Musial Jed Si. Louis' 17 hit at- '• as^misl Warren Spahn and | ci-liel' [litchers with five hits burner, double and three Washington Chicago National League Clulj Boston Si. Louis Brooklyn Pittsburgh New York Philadelphia . . Cincinnati Chicago W. L. «3 t;r> 72 72 5(j K7 52 95 •10 97 Pet. .023 .d'2.'! .021 .501 .5UO .o!)2 .35-1 W. L. Pet. !>ti 59 .5UJi 7!) GG 7'J 67 78 07 75 71 li! «3 GO li.'i GO [J5 .545 .541 .:">:«! .514 .435 .420 .414 on top the laniasery whusc- existence in.-Vi.-r has b^en suspected by any but a few of the devotees. Here is a tymboJit- bosomy capital dome, n Waihington, Albany, Des and even in sojne counly I Philadelphia Phillies. 43, i nation's only night game. The Chicago Cubs took a double lieuiiei fron; the New York Giants, •^ and 117. Andy Pafko drove in all Chicago runs in the first game a homor and an infield out. Cincinnati Heds edged the in the Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Milwaukee — Jerome F-'ay.ier, 153, Milwa!:ee. awarded decision over Jiuiniy Sberrer, J53 1-4, Mil- wuukoe. (Slienx-r disqualiiied in seventh round). New York—Russell Howard, 144, New York, knocked ot:i Tommy Mack 140, Springfield, Mass., 4. STARTS SUNDAY SAENGER HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured radio actress IS Girl's name 14 Complication 15 Sea eagle 10 Sovereign Cab.) 17 Irritates 19 Peer Gynt's mother 20 Threefold (comb, form) 21 English river 54 Gaelic VERTICAL 1 Joke 2 Smells 3 Blacksmith's blocks 4 Symbol for ' sodium 5 English queen G Theater box 7 Dutch city 8 Dry (comb, form) 23 Mire 24 Slavic 26 Wings 28 Female saint (ab.) 29 Aeriform fuel 30 Symbol for thoron 31 Nickel 18 Becomes stagnant 25 Perfume 27 Dens 9 Compass point 32 Roll of parchment 34 Rag 35 Weird 37 Incursions (ab -) 10 Stage plays 11 Follow 12 Bamboolike grass 17 She stars in nn series 40 Recorded proceedings 41 Minute skin opening 42 Scottish sheepl'olds 4-1 Merriment 47 Head covering 50 Symbol for selenium 52 Myself 38 Mast 32 Perched 33 Skill 35 Unbleached 36 Former Russian ruler 38 Indian weight 39 Sun god 41 Priority (prelix) 43 Label 45 Golf teacher 4G Reverberates 40 Sesame 49 Is indisposed 51 Vetch seed 52 Native oi Media 5.3 Assigns

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