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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS Friday, Sefrtembfer 24, 194®; CLASSIFIED Ads Miisl Be la Office Day Before Publication Number ol One Tliree^ Six One 'Words Day Days Days Month ftp to 15 45 .90 l.SO 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 81 to 35 41 to 45 46 to 50 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 1.20 ,1,50 U.80' --2.10 2.40 2.70 2. DO 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 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 ftenf 2 NICE FRONT, ..BEDROOMS with kitchen privileges. Close in. - Phone 33. ....»'• 18-6t MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE, HARD- wood floors, attic fan, garage. .$45 per month. Immediate possession. Phone 1147-R. 18-31 Mole Help Wanted WANTED AT ONCE! CAPABLE man between 25 and 55 years to take over established business in portion o£ Hcmpstcaci County. Possible earnings $00 to $75 weekly. This is your opportunity to increase your income to meet today's high cost of living. Car necessary. For information without obligation, write The 3. R. Watkins Company, ! Rural Department, Memphis, Tennessee. 21-4t For Sale or Rent 1 Fair Enou By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Monficello Loses fo Mississippians 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- rrient, near Schooley's Store. ' Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-ll. 20-tf FOUR ROOM HCfUSE WITH , bath. 114 W. 18th Street in front • -Of High School. ^ 20-3t T?WO -FURNISHED ROOMS. 'ALL conveniences, Bills paid. Private entrance. 712 East Division. 20-3t MODERN 5 ROOM, TILE HOME, Paul Dudney, Washington, Arkansas. Phone 3G. 18-6t Wonted SEED .OATS, RECLEANED AND ' tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRac Implement Co. 21-lm 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- rnent upstairs. Utilities paid. ' Phone 688. 22-3t 2 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment. Utilities paid. 1520 S. Main Phone 563-J. 22-31 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. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING OFFICE. CITY HALL, New York, Sept. 23. — Further examination* of the fifteenth anniversary ddilion of ' the Beverage Retailor .Weekly',' a fat, gala number, and'<of other material, reveals ntercsling information 1 concerning the relations and powers of the crooks who run this paper and mosl'-'Ol the booze unions around New York. The crooks are Max L. Simon, publisher of the Retailer and of a fluclualing number of other papers, including the Passaic Sunday Times and the Paterson Sunday Times, and Ben Pross, a notorious union racketeer. Simon did time or hiring professionals to burn out a printing plant in 1931 and was charged with procuring the murder of. one of the arsonists who had threatened to shoot him for failure to pay him Cor the incendiary job. Later one of two men indicted for doing the actual killing of this fire-bug, was murdered in New York but there were no arrests. The murder indictment against Simon was dismissed and Ihe New Jersey pardon authority not only let him out of prison after Cleveland, Miss., Sept. 24 — M>)— Delta State Teachers College overpowered Arkansas A. and M. of Monticello 33-12 here last night, by cunverlnij! ill-timed plays of opposing back:; into scoring opportunities. .iifJlJSI The game was the first of the season fur both squads. Delta quickly look advantage of a series of Aggies fumbles and bad passes for four of their five touchdowns. By Hugh 8. Fullerton. Jr. HOPE. TAILS. ARKANSAS, FOR DE- 21 -6t By RALPH RHODEN Associated Press Sports Writer The three-way fight for the American League pennant enters the showdown stage today. The Boston Red Sox and the Cleveland Indians, tied for the New York, Scpf. 24 — (/I 1 ) — It looks very much like a World Sc- ries between the Boston Braves, who haven't won a pennant since 1914. and the Cleveland Indians, whose only victory camp in 1920. . . . .It ought to be a humdinger for the fans of those two cities . . . Looking way back. the 1914 Braves, driven by snarling George Stallincs — the direct antithesis of Billy Southworth — beat the Athletics in four games because Dick Rudolph and Bill James could win two apiece. The 1920 Indians whipped Brooklyn because Stan Covelcskie was able to pitch three five-hit games in one series Those are a few examples that Bob Feller. Johnny Sain and Warren Spahn will have a tough time following. . Or an oven toucher one. how about a duplication of Bill Wambsgnnss' 1920 feat of an unassisted triple play? It only has been done once in World Scries history Bit; Little Item As an example of the importance of Little Thinu, Ed Moss, .former 'Associated Press sports editor who died yesterday, used to tell how a GOOD USED BABY Phone 952-W. BUGGY. 21-3t League Leaders Press BEDROOM, PRIVATE BATH AND private entrance. Can be seen during noon hour or after 6:30 p.m. H. A. Spraggins, 222 Edgewood . v . and East 3rd Street. Phone 992-W. ! YO -i K ' 23-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT. MRS. Phillips, 222 East Avc. B. 23-3t New 122. 130; lead, and the third place New York Yankees, who arc only a game behind the co-leaders, open a crucial three-game scries. Amid a World Scries atmosphere .the Red Sox take on the Yanks in nim a full pardon. Simon had been [the Yankee. Stadium. The Indians nine months of a maximum of three years for arson but term gave By HAROLD CLAASSEN New York, Sept. 24 —(/P)—Pick- , ing football winners before the World Series opponents are decided doesn't seem logical. Remaining- -illogical all the way, here's how this .week-end's football games should come out: Purdue at Notre Dame; the Big Nine club actually. outgained Notre Dame on the ground last year. It may do it again (Jus time but the Leahy Legions wifl grab the most points. Texas at North Carolina: The Tar Heels were not ready for this one a year ago and were bumped, 34 to 0. North Carolina is ready Indians Get Ready to Take Orders Cleveland, Sept. 24 — OP] — The Cleveland Indians front office got ready to day to receive requests only — without checks, cash or money orders — for World Series tickets starting next Tuesday. All the applications must come by mail, postmarked after 12:01 a. m. Tuesday, Sept. 28. President Bill Vccck announced. "If we don't win the flag," Veock said, "we'll duir>P : the requests in a waste basket. It; we do win, we'll notify the: applicants when they can come down and pay for their, tickets. ! : The Indians and the Boston Red Sox are. now tied' for first place, and eaeh club has eight more games to play. BROADCASTING SYSTEM THREE ROOM .FURNISHED apartment. Private bath. Utilities paid. 208 South Bonncr Street, Phone 588-W. 24-31 For Scale C 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. . • 16-Ct ONE CHAMPION 400 BLACK Smith bower. John H. Webb, Ozan, Arkansas. 18-3t SIX FOOT STEWART WARNER Refrigerator. In good condition. Phone 952-W. 21-3t LIVING ROOM AND furniture, like new. Rhone 417. BEDROOM Half price. 22-;ft USED NORGE REFRIGERATOR in perfect condition. Brewster Refrigeration Service, 119 Edgewood Ave., Hope. Phone 1280 or 1231-J nights and Sunday. 23-3t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone G89, J. M. Atkins. 2G-lmo By the Associated National League Batting Musial, St. Louis, 3.78 Ashburn. Philadelphia, .333. Runs Batted In — Mize, Musial, St. Louis, Runs — Musial, St. Louis Lockman, New York 110. Hits — Musial. St. Louis 219 Boston 173. - Musial. St. Louis 43 Ennis. Philadelphia 39. Triples — Musial, St. Louis 17 Honp, Pittsburgh 12. Home Runs — Kiner, Pittsburgh and Mize, New York 30. 1 Stolen Bases — Ashburn, Phila- dclnhia 32; Rojek, Pittsburgh 24. Strikeouts — Brecheen, St. Louis 138: Sain, Boston 127. Pitching — Sewcll. Pittsburgh 123 .800; Chesncs, Pittsburgh 13.5 .722. American League Batting — Williams, Boston, .368; Boudreau, Cleveland, .355. Runs Batted In—DiMaggio, New York 149; Stephens, Boston 131. Runs — Henrich. Now York 129; DiMaggio, Boston 121. Hits — Dillinger. St. Louis 103; Mitchell, Cleveland 192. Doubles — Henrich — New York and Majeski, Philadelphia 41. Trioles — Henrich, New York, 14; Stewart, Washington 13. Home Runs — DiMaggio. New York 39 Gordon, Cleveland 29, Stolen Bases — Dillinger. St. Louis 24; Coan, Washington 20. Strikeouts — Feller, Cleveland 152; Lemon, Cleveland 140. Pitching — Kramer, Boston 1G-5; Gromck, Cleveland 9-3 .750. a professional smear for years and had something on many influential Jersey politicians. I think the criminal career of Pross, the union crook, has been reviewed sufficiently for the time being. He has at various times claimed to control 14 A. F. of L. unions in New York but recently ,he muscled into the job of cxecu- ' clash with the tough Detroit Tigers who flubbed an op- tive secretary of a new combination of 22 A. F. of L. locals cm- Ibracing about 75,000 members or subjects. Of course these rank and file had nothing to do with the assumption by Pross of this power to use them for blackmail in his own interests or the interests of 'his friend Simon. He just muscled n. With his union powers. Pross can strangle any liquor company n the New York area and of course anyone who controls the Biggest liquor, wine and beer narket in the country actually lolds a club over the entire industry. Although repeal was intended to be a boon to a people who wore sick of prohibition and its corruption, many of the great in Detroit. The Yanks, portunity to pull into a three-way tie for the top yesterday when they were beaten 4-2 by the last place White Sox in Chicago, will send their ace rishthander, Vic Raschi against Boston. Either Lefty Mel Parnell, 14-7, or veteran Denny Galhouse, 8-7, is single paragraph in a small-town ithis time but the Longhorns look paper led to the famous episode of Jim Thorpe's Olympic victories being wiped off the books. . . .Moss, then working for the New York Sun, was perusing some out-of- town papers one day when he noted an obscure' reference to Thorpe playing professional baseball Ed checked up and wrote the story and the upshot was that Thorpe was ruled a professional a touchdown better. Southern Methodist at Pittsburgh: This is the game in which the Mustangs unfurl Kyle Rote. Southern Methodist. Villanova at Army: Although Army is weak at ends, the Cadets have enough to squeak through. Army. Georgia Teach at Vandorbilt: The and ills Olympic feats were dared null and void. By CARL BELL Little Rock, Sept. 24 — (/P) — It doesn't take our crystal ball, which has a .720 batting average so far, to predict that the Arkan- Friday p.m., Sept. 24 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Torn Mix—M. 6:00 Fair Roundup (>:15 News. Five Star Edit'on Today in Sports Henry J. Taylor—M ''• Fulton i.ewis, Jr. Bobcat Pep Rally El Dorado Pep Rally 0:25 G:30 0:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 Bobcat Preview Hope vs. 3.; Yellow Jackets are dc- among the top three tion. Georgia Tech. California at Navy: rated in the expected to oppose Raschi. The Indians, riding the crest pfjPritko, Zimmerman, a seven-game winning streak, will Izelhurst. Muelhnuser. One World I coaches say they have only 1! Lineup of Ihe Boston Yanks, as'.ball players on their squad, listed in yesterday's papers: Tyrce j isn't enough. California. - ™--'-- — '- : ^ Minnesota at Washington: as na- Navy ! foot- That Taken Up BUCKSKIN MARE, WEIGHS about 1100 pounds. Fester Taylor, Hope, Route 4. 24-(it Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone . . Residence Phono 314 231-J FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th aii eet. PAXtON JORDAN Football By The Associated Press Central Standard Time Army vs. Villanova — MBS, 11:45 a. m. Notre Dame vs. Purdue, NBC and ABC, 12:45 p. m. Ohio State vs. Missouri, CBS, 2:45 p. m. Lego! Notice REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 WARNING ORDER No. C870 In the Chancery Court of Hompsload County, Ark. BERN1CE McFADDEN Plaintiff ROSCOE McFADDEN Defendant The Defendant, Roscoe McFad- dcn is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint pf the Plaintiff, Bernico McFudden. Witness my hand and Ihe seal ol said court this 15 day of September 048. C. E. WEAVER. Clerk By Omora Evans, U. C. John P. Vosey, Alt'y. for Plaintiff John L. Wilson, Jr. Att'y. ad Htem (SEAL) Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all mokes of'refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Pnone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope bootlcRgcrs moved right into the new "legitimate" liquor business and some of them arc still on top. Such old criminals naturally Tind Pross and • Simon congenial in the joint exnloitaliqn of the workers in the trade, the industry as a whole and the puhli;. The combination is shown by some union adi in the fifteenth anniversary number of the Beverage Retailer. Actually, Simen was under indictment for arson when the paper was started. It ..Would lave been about four years old vhen he left Trenton prison and .liere is sworn testimony that he didn't get his hands on it until 1940, and then in stttlemont of a printing bill. But a fifteenth anniversaiy iy a good time to put on the grand souvenir edition and do a job on Lhe boys in the middle. This gala edition contains an ad entitled "Greetings and Continued Success" from Wine, Liquor ana Distillery Workers' Local No, 1, of the venerable American Federation of Labor, signed by Ben Pross "executive business manager" and George J. Oneto, president. Oneto comes second here and is a stooge in most matters. He has relatives on the employing side of the industry who have no rights anyway, under their union constitution. Another ad, by Wholesale Wine Salesmen's Union, Local 13, A. F. of L., Benjamin F. Pross, executive business manager, wishes the crooked publisher's little boox.e paper "Many More Successful Years." This is the union which, about January each year gets a great spontaneous rise of admiration for the perjuring bankruptcy swindler and black market .parasite in the head office, that indispensable man, j Benny Pross, and gives him a ! great testimonial dinner at $15 a • plate. Attendance is advisable for i subject rank and lite and dealers ! in all the variations of the boo/.e | business. Some of the dirtier poli- ! licians may always be found ; among the cheering throng and] of course a generous representa- | tion of gangsters. Mr. Simon al- j send Bob (No-hot) Lemon against the fifth place Tigers. Fred Hutchinson, 12-10, has boon selected to fnce Lemon. The Yank defeat at the hands of the While Sox featured activity in the majors yesterday. Frank Papish, who had won only one game against eight losses prior to the fame, otitpitched Lefty Ed Lopat. allowing the Yanks only six hits. The White Sox pounced on Lopat for three runs in the fourth inning to snap a 1-1 tie and they were never headed. The Tigers came from behind and beat the Philadelphia Athletics, 8-7, when Rookie George Vico slammed a two-run ninth inning triple. Washington turned back the Browns. 9-8. in a night game at St. Louis, clinching the game with a five-run fifth inning rally. The loss was charged to Fred Sanford, his 20th of the season. The Indians and Rqd Sox were idle. Only two games were played ii the National League. The Brooklyr Dodgers trounced the New Yorl Giants, 7-1, and the Cincinnat Reds edged the Phils, 3-2, in night game at. B Philadelphia. Jarmoluk, Badaczewski, Domnan- Minnesota at Washington: Min- ovich, Sabasteanski. Vogelaar, nesota.. Paschal. Ha-1 Brown at Yale: Brown. .What | Indiana at Wisconsin: What Las* Niqht By The Associated Press New York — Ike Williams, 3-4, Trenton, N. J., knocked Jesse Fiores, 134 3-4, Stocktor Calif.. 10 (title). Ray "Sugar Robinson, 150 1-2, New York, out pointed Kid Gavilan, 148 1-4, Ha vana 10 (nontitle). Brooklyn—Jimmy Hageman, 12 1-2, Brooklyn, outpointed Goorgi Decker, 125, Schenectady, N. Y 8. o- as the name of that team again? Iwoy to start a season. Wisconsin. Northwestern at ULCA: The trip will be too much for the Big Nine club. UCLA. Wake Forest at Boston College: Boston College. Oregon State at Southern California: The figures indicate the Trojans are better by three touchdowns. Skipping over the rest in a ihurry: Friday: Kansas over Denver, St. Louis over Drake, Detroit over Toledo. Saturday: East: Columbia over Rutgers, Cornell over NYU. Midwiest Michigan Illinois over By United Press Portland, Me. — Leroy Andrew 150, Boston, knocked out Ted Brassley, 152, Portland, (2). Worcester. Mass., — Don Williams, 143, Worcester, outpointed Johnny Darby, 147, Paterson, N. J.," (101. Fall River, Mass.,—Chuck Burton, 12!), Newark, N. J., outpointed Hooker (101. Hodges, 134, Fall River, LET FOY DO IT • Ucvel yards • D|Q Post Holes * Plow Gardcna • Cut Vacant LoU • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St. Pittsburgh .... New Yurk ... Philadelphia Cincinnati Chicago FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tlla ROY ALLISON Phone 280 National ^ ^ Club ways gives the testimonial a grand j Boston build-tin. There is a third union ad ; Si. Louis with "Beat Wishes" from Local '22, i Brooklyn Wine and Liquor Store Employees' Union, A. F. of L., another im porlant state in Brother Bross's empire. Now what possible benefit could a rank and file woi'kcr gut out of an ad expressing such sentiments toward an enterprise of such a notorious criminal as !\lax Simon'.' None at all, the rank and lil say. Pross merely throws these ads to his accomplice and takes so much money out of the pockets of the rank and I'iU' to pay for them. If the rank ant file don't like it tlu.v can be expelled. That is one of labor's gains. Baseball Standings American League Club W. L. Boston 91 55 Cleveland 91 55 New York 90 50 Philadelphia 83 GO Detroit 73 72 St. Louis 5(i 88 Washington 53 95 Chicago 47 97 League W. L. 80 59 79 00. 80 07 . 78 G7 75 72 04 84 61 83 60 85 -V Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See MS first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 808 Notice to Cotton Growers We will handle your government cotton loans on the green card class. Bring your Conpress tickets and class card and save $1.00 to $1.50 per bale. E. M. McWillioms & Co., Hope, Ark. Across the street from Post Office Pet. .623 .0^3 .GIG .557 .503 .38!) .358 .32(5 Pet. .503 .545 .544 .538 .510 .432 .424 .414 sub- By JACK CUDDY New York, Sept. 24 — (UP) — hampions Ike Williams and Ray Sugar) Robinson had new title- cfense opportunities today as the esult o£ victories achieved during 10 20th Century Club's financial iasco at Yankee Stadium. Brown-skinned Williams kept his ightweight crown last night by ^nocking out Jesse Fiores, a Cali- ornia-Mexican "jumping bean", at 2:04 of the 10th round before a sprinkling of 15,413 chilled fans in Yankees' huge ball park. It. was the smallest crowed that ever witnessed a title fight at the stadium. Williams' rough treatment of :he stocky, fleet-footed Mexican irom Stockton, Calif., whom he iloored five times and caused to slip to the canvas on another occasion, made the champion doubly valuable for a return title tilt with Enrique Balanos at Los Angeles next February. Because Bolanos, a California- Mexican, seeks to engage Fiores and seeks to turn the tables on Williams—who won a split decision over Enrique last May 25, Williams and Manager Frank Palermo saw the light—of a possible $200,000 Los Angeles gate. Accordingly they agreed tentatively to the return title tilt with Balanos during a huddle today with Bolanos' manager, George Parnassus. Williams and Fiores weighed 1 ,?..*"> 3-4 pounds each last night. Meanwhile, Welterweight Champion Robinson discovered a formidable challenger during his 10- round non-title exploration in the nearly empty stadium. Kiel Gavilan, the "Cuban clipper", gave Hobinson a hell-for-lealhei' light, before slender Ray wound up with the unanimous but unpopular, decision. Robinson, who had been bemoan- jing the lack of a worthwhile contender in his 147-oound division, was asked by Sol Strauss of the -iOih Century Club today to sign "or a title defense against Gavilan at Madison Square Garden on Dec. JO or 17. over Michigan Kansas State, over Marquotte, Missouri Ohio State; Nebraska over State, Iowa over Iowa State, Baldwin Wallace over Ohio Wesleyan, Texas Christian over Oklahoma A. M., Hardin-Simmons over Cincinnati, Iowa State Teachers over Morningside, Lawrence over Grinncll, Washington (St. Louis) over Missouri Mines. South Alabama ;ippi State Tulane, Missis- over over Tennessee, North Carolina State over Duke, Georgia sas Razorbacks will chalk up their second easy victory tomorrow. It's a foregone conclusion that .he Porkers will set the score they ike, and we'll take a chance on 48-0. But for some of the other games, it takes not only the so-so crystal ball but a half dozen coins and a ouija board to call the winners. Using all media, we say: Texas over North Carolina— too much Longhorn offense and rugged line play even if the Tarheels are bent on revenge. Texas Christian over Oklahoma A. and M.—This year's is the Frogs' best team in many. Southern Methodist over Pittsburgh — The Southwest champs may fall, but not in this one. Baylor over Tulsa — Even the Southwest Conference cellarite catches up with the badboys of the Midlands this season. Arkansas Stale Teachers over Little Rock Junior College — The Bears have the rugged Trojans outmanned. It should be close. Ouachita over M a g n o lia A. M.—We picked the Tigers to cop the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference crown, and they'll have to start by winning this one. Arkansas Tech over Arkansas College—no contest for the AIC co- champs. Ozarks over Hendrix—Too much Ozarks size and experience for van Grove's well-coached War- •iors Brushing by the other college angles: Arkansas State over Mississippi College, Northeast Okla- loma over Henderson, Rice to smother Sam Houston, Texas Ag- ies to nip Texas Tech. The high school "game of the week" sends Fort Smith against Hot Springs' Trojans. Hot Springs will have the advantage of the lome field, but the 'Grizzles, with their best team in three years, should squeak by to their second 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 over Chattanooga, Kentucky over Xavier, and Mississippi over- Florida. Southwest Tevas Tech over Texas A. & M., Baylor over Tulsa, Arkansas over East Texas State. Far West Oregon over Stanford, Oklahoma over Santa Clara. o Football game: Dorado All the News—M Barclay Allen's Orch.—M : Henry Jerome's Orch.—'.-: Mutual .Reports the'News Sicn Off ; !: Saturday a.m., Sept. 25 5:57 Sign On Hillbilly Hoedown News. First Edition • Arkansas Plow-boys ' Mni.'kel Reports \ Mclodv Bov; . « 'i Devotional Hour Musical ClocK News. Coffee Cup Edition Sunrise Serenade Ozark Valley Folks—M : Bill Harrington—M ': Spotlight on a Star Movie Matinee—M • '• Mel and Marion Hargls Riders of the Purple Sage Fair Roundup Trio Time- Saturday p.m., Sept. 25 12:00 News, Home Edition • Market Time * Farm Agent Polka Interlude Form Fair Western Roundup Vocal Varieties Music by Morgan Football' Parade Football game: Arkans Razorbacks vs. E.T.S.T. Lions Take a Number—M True or False—M. News. 5-Star Final The Week in Sports Shriner's Parade Twenty Questions—M Stop We If You've Hcarc This—M Football game: Nashville Gtirdon Korn's a Krackin'—M Jack Fina's Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign-Off 0:00 0:30 6:40 6:55 7:00 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:45 0:30 3:45 tn:00 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:30 :10 :lf> : 30 45 00 30 00 15 5:00 5:30 0:00 6:15 C:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 10:00 10:30 10:55 11:00 straight Big Six division victory. The others look like this: Little Rock over Oklahoma City Classen —Probably a mistake, but a ner is a winner until beaten, wm- and Top Radio Programs Sept. 24 Ml — For Baseball By The Associated Press National League St. Louis at Chicago. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (nightl. (Only games scheduled). Boston at New York. Cleveland at Detroit. Chicago at St. Louis (night). (Only games scheduled). New York, tonight: NBC — 7 LaValle band; versity Theater; 9 Life of 9:30 Bill Stern. CBS — 7:30 Mr. and Jane Ace; My Favorite Husband; 8:30 Raymond Paige. ABC — 7 The Fat This is FBI; 8:30 The Dance Band Jamboree MBS — 7:30 Leave Girls; 8:30 Lionel 9 Meet the Press, Sec ture Brannan. the Tigers haven't been beaten j: 33 straight; Pine Bluff to jv';> Fordyct:; Camden over Malftr; Joncsboro over Newport Fayct; ville over Siloam Spring;;; Forri City to thump Helena; Magno' to roll past Arkaclelphui;- Pai Jloujd over Corning; Nashville o\f " urdon: Hope over El" Dorad North Little Rock over Tcxgrkan! Russellville over Greenwood a;j Springdatc over Harrison. Chicago Cards Opens Defense of Pro Title And he could use his union jecUs to boycott stores selling California bottled wine which meant of course. But tin effect a union picketing to pro- have nothing tojtect the profits of local bottlers. Naturally they were willing to show their appreciation. Later, in the war, Pross shook down Schenley for 10,500 cases of whiskey for the black market on the pretense that he was protecting the interests of about 100 em- This greasy ronniver gel.s inspired every now and again and writes a ringinf! mess aye to labor or u challenge tu tjie .future or Konu/tliint;. of Hie hind. His call is absolutely incredible. And in ibis anniversary num'ier of his Pal's paper, he has a piece almost four columns long entitled "Pross Kxplains History of Local One: Calvacadi' of Labor and Industry" in which. In 1 (toosn'1 tell a thing about Iho actual history of this sordid ' Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or moke your old one into o comfortable irmerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 racket. But he does. j unconsciously, reveal the souice of power to shake down the industry and incidentally to drive aiivi rlib- ini; over to his iriend. Simon. "The i cuiisinn'iioiial > rights uf workers inch,do the i'ij;bl M> refuse llo be stnk..-bivakei's by ! .strike-bound int-ieh;jiali.- |he j .St-vtT,;l years a:>o he- ^ot inK' ! trouble by jacketing stores which (handled v.'iiu- buttled in Calilorniu. He claimed he was doing it to make work for his subjects, which would have been outrageous enough. But, with that for the subterfuge, he w;;S also making business for relatives ol some of his eo-raeketeers in the union who Were in the bullets uf rectifying and ooltliny v, ine in Now jluyee.s of a plant which Schenley had abandoned. He was going to elo.se up Sehenley's plants all over but settled fur the black market booze. Whiskey was rationed hten. The hundred suckers at the closed plant drifted off into other jobs. There was no shortage of work. In fact they were non-essential. What other ads do I find in this great fifteenth anniversary thing of Simon's? : i find them from the biggest liq- unr and beer producers in the '. country. i It seems silly even to argue 'whether such advertising in a paper circulating strictly among saloon keepers and wholesale and retail dealers is worth anything in Siclual reluni to the advertisers. I Who could imagine that a distil-! lei\s would get a nickel's worth of j , . new business fur the money it spent j J on half a page of space for its; products? Kxcept in good will. Oh yes, that 'good will is important because if [Brother Simon's good will turns rancid, Brother Pross might find some reason to boycott and picket all of that distillers' plants and outlets. It is much cheaper to buy an York, lad with Brother Simon. Chicago, Sept. 24 — (/Pi — The Chicago Cardinals open defense of their 1947 National Football League championship against the Philadelphia Eagles in C'omiskey Park tonight. Both leagues have plenty of activity slated for tomorrow. In the All-America Conference Brooklyn will be at Baltimore: Chicago at Cleveland and San Francisco, unbeaten in lour games will make- its first invasion of the F.ast to take on Buffalo. The Chicago Bears-Green Bap Packers tussle, a yearly classic, is the feature of the NFL Sunday offerings. Pittsburgh invades Washington in the only other NFL 'Sunday ame. Yesterday's Results Chicago 4 New York 2. American League Chicago 4 New York 2. Detroit 8 Philadelphia 7. Washington 9 St. Louis 8 (night) (Only games scheduled). National League Biooklyn 7 New York 1. Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia (night). (Only games scheduled). Southern Association Final Playoff Nashville 5 Birmingham 3 (Nashville leads, 1-0). Texas League Final Plyaoff Tulsa 18 Fort Worth 7 (series tied at 1-1). Canadian 8 Uni- Rile'y; Man; 7:30 Sheriff; 9 It to the Hampton; . of Aaricul- Saturday programs: NBC 8:30 a. m. Manners. CBS— 10:05 a. m. tend. ABC — I) a. m. This Music is for You. MBS —8:45 Ozark Valley Folks. Mind your Let's Pro- Ploy Hampered by Rainfall SOON Foreign Minister Nashville Goes Ahead in Southern Playoff Series Nashville, Temi., Sept. 24 UV~ The Nashville Vols will try to make it two in a row in the finals of Ihe Southern Association playoffs ayain.st Birmingham here tonight. Tho Vols, regular season champions, took the opening game ot Uu> finals Kuril's last night, 5-3. Charlie Gilbert's homer with two aboard in the fifth was the margin of victory. The Vols were trailing two runs when Gilbert socked the ball over the fence to make it 4-3. The Vols scored again before they wore retired, but the tally wasn'l needed. Joe Dematp hit a four-bagger for the Vols in the third. Big Ben Wade, the winning pitch- Vancouver, B. C., Sept. 24 UP)— The boys with the sharp, short game looked at the British Columbia sky today and hoped for more of the rain that drenched the second round of the $10,000 Canadian Open Golf tournament yesterday. One of these control players, Dick Met/, the quiet, genial guy from Virginia Beach, Va., and Ar- kansas'City, Kas., had a two- stroke lead on the field to show for it, with a 138, six strokes under liar. Herman Keiser of Springfield, Mu.. 'skidded ottt of his first day tie with Met/, by taking a 73. Seventeen players were still at or j below par, however. John Palmer of Baclin, N. C., carded a 69 to tie fur-second with Keiser at 140. Met; 1 .. . who took a 71, started the round 1 with an cask' three when he | canned his approach at No. 1 with j a 73-yard poke. o HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured foreign minister of Luxembourg 11 Handcuff I?. 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Commissioner Clara one assist. iBrowder. 24 Abraham's home 2G Id est (ab.) 27 Jade-like material 29 Enumerate 31 Roman bronze 32 Vehicle 33 River in his country 35 Gives out 38 One 39 Tellurium 4U Steamship (ab.) •U Pronoun 42 African antelope 44 Exhausts 49 Age 50 Boys 52 Water lily 53 Male hog 54 Storehouses 56 Requires 58 Dash 59 Scanty 10 French article' 30 Harangue 1 a Breaks 37 Asterisks 20 Victory 43 English 23 Upright 25 Wanders 28 Short-napped 4G Hebrew deity fabric 47 Bows ' 30 Swiss canton 48 Profound' 33 National bird 49 Eternities - 51 Watering place S3 Obstruct of U. S. 55 In (prefix)... 5V Parent I

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