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Page Four HOPE STAft, -HOP'!, ARKANSAS CLASS! Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One Words Day Days Days Month 16 to SO. 81 to 25. 26 to SO. 31 to 55. 86 to 40 41 to (6 to .45 .80 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.JO 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 ates are for Continuous Insertions Only » All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent 3 r> RQOM FURNISHED APART- tnent, near Schooley's Store. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-ll. 20-tf SEED OATS, HECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRae Implement Co. 21-1m THREE ROOM FURNISHED ,. apartment. Private bath. Utilities paid. 208 South Bonner Street, - : Phono 588-W. 24-3t 2 ROOM, FURNISHED UPSTAIRS •• apartment. Utilities paid. 418 South Elm Street. 27-31 ,MY COUNTRY HOME, FURNISH- ed. A good place for good folks. No phone calls. S. D. Cook near Experiment Station. 28-Ct MY FARM, 3 1 /2 MILES FROM Hope on Rosston road. Mrs. G. L. Johnson. Hope Route 2, Box 214. 28-31 TWO NICE BEDROOMS, ADJOIN- ing bath, private entrance. Could arrange smaii apartment. Phone 598-J. 517 West 4th Street, Hope. 28-3t ,2 FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private bath, private entrances! Adults only. 1007 South Fulton. Phone 1065-J. 29-3t For Sale 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. ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITING OFFICE, CITY HALL, HOPE, ARKANSAS, FOR DETAILS. 21-01 Taken Up BUCKSKIN . MARE, WEIGHS about 1100 pounds. Fester Taylor, Hope, Route 4. 24-6t By Westbroolc Pegler Copyright. 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Lake Charles to Honor Hero Afvin Dark Lake Charles. La., Sept. 28. — (UP)—The proud little town ot Lake Charles was taking up a collection today to honor its hometown hero, Alvin Dark, for his brilliant play in helping Hie Boston Braves win the National League pennant. Mayor T. C. Price proclaimed this week "Alvin Dark Week" and announced that the money collected will be used to buy a scroll and gifts which will be presented to Dark before tin: start of the series. Tribe Holds Comfortable New York, Sept. 28 — Governor Diiwey's method of handling the domestic Communists.- has the splendid merit of having been proposed a long time ago in these letters. Therefore my endorsement is freely given. Mr. Dewoy shows a fine grasp By JOE REICHLER Cleveland, Sept. 29 —(#>)— "If we lose the pennant now we'll have no one to blame but ourselves," Manager Lou Boudrcau of the Cleveland Indians said today. That just about sums up the American League race. 'Two up and only four games to go, the Indians can win the flag without any outside assistance. Two triumphs would insure the j tribe at least a tie. Three wins puts the Indians into the World Series no matter how Boston and Wednesday, September29, .By Hugh ft. Pullerton. Jt. Now York. Sept. 29 —(/T>)— Hot football tip hereabouts is to keep your eyes on little Muhlenbcrg . . . Observers say the Mules hit the supposedly strong Boston U. team :;o hnrcl last Saturday that they knocked the fight clear out of the New Englanders. Muhlenberg also gave Rutgers quite a going-over in a scrimmage. . . . While Earl Blaik's }?M8 army team was romp- iin; over Villanova, two "Blaik .school" graduates. STU Holcomb at Purdue and Herman Hickman at Yale, also were doing surprisingly well. Now if Andy Gustafson can spring something at Miami this week. Just the Right Word Manager Billy Southworth of the Braves made a shrewd prediction last spring when he said Bill Voiselle would win 15 games this season, although Billy missed out on his forecast of 25 victories for Warren Spahn. One-Minute Sports Page Cleveland meets the Braves in (he World Series, they could put on quite a sideshow between Al Dark and Jim Hcgan. (Bill Vceck of the situation and all that he left me to wish was that he had taken occasion to hearten those depressed Americans in Hollywood who stuck their heads up and got them knocked off. The mere fact that the moving picture New York fare. ."The boys are hitting," Lou added. "The morale is high. There is 10 si S'i of jitters. Our pitching is 1945 \Vz TON FORD TRUCK. Excellent condition, Will consider trading for good car. See Elbert Tarpley, U-Do-Laundry. Gordon Butler, owner. 25-3t 6 FT. FRIGIDAIRE IN PERFECT condition. Also 21 jewel Hamilton Watch size 16. Phone 1280 or 1231-J nights. Brewster Refrigeration Service, 119 Edgcwood 27-3t SMALL TOWN THEATRE. FOR quick sale. Doing nice business. ' Write P. T. Bass Construction Company; Washington, Arkan, sas. 28-61 Services Offered s ' SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weath- ' ' Phone 689, J. M. At- er begins, kins. 26-lmo ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE LET ; FOY. DO IT « Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phono 1066 8. Walnut St. FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Aiphalt Tile • Rubber Tllo ROY ALLISON Phone 280 NoHce 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. McWilliams & Co., Hope, Ark. Across the street from Post Office Call 129 or 806 (nights) POP? House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 industry is rich docs not relieve him of the public duty of holding it up to notoriety as a sly conniver with the enemy. However, I realize that, as he is said to have said, the first thing in politics is to get elected and that if he had let fly .iust at that point he might have t ... „.,,.,. ,,vi that he hacll 1 " S' - cat shape. Bob Feller once 'again is the pitcher of old Gene Boardon at this moment is the best left-hander in the league. Bob Lornon, our big winner, is rarin' to go." Undoubtedly Boudrcau believes which is as | joggled an election good as won. Nevertheless, he must sec to it that, when he cleans the Muscovites out of our society, politics and culture, the good Americans who went down fighting for the American way in Hollywood are remembered and repaired. Some of them took their chances twice in hearings, first by the old Dies committee and later by the Thomas committee on Un-American Activities. These committees assured them that they would have nothing to fear if they should tell the country what the Bolsheviki had been up to. Having no more knowledge of the actual workings oC Congress than the producers of "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington'!' and "State of the Union," the patriots came out of the cellars and told. Like the underground martyrs of Warsaw who were betrayed by the Red army into rising against the Nazis and then left alone to be slaughtered, these American writers, actors, advertising men and producers were abandoned but for no reason except rattle-brained confusion. The Dies committee ran off chasing some Red lecturer or furrier and forgot its promises. After a great uproar in Washington last winter, the Thomas committee started some absentminded prosecutions of a few inferior Hollywood Bolsheviki tout forgot to protect its witnesses. Within a few weeks one of the suspects was declaring openly in meeting that the heat would soon be off and that the treason, euphemistically called art, could bo resumed. He was so right that only recently he bobbed up as a roadblock across the career o£ one of the most valiant Catholic fighters against the conspiracy. That kind of treatment gets noised around and deters others from giving test- imoily. Now Governor Dewey proposes that "if they break our laws against treason they'll get traitors' treatment" and that "if our laws aren't adequate we'll get ones (ouch!) which are." That means that anyone who joins the Communist party declares his alliance with an alien organi- sation devoted to the overthrow of our government by "force and violence." In time of war with Soviet Russia that would be treason and the only appropriate penalty for treason is death. In other words, wv> would shoot Communists without regard for their personal friendship with Eleanor the Great or anyone else. Our present laws aren't "adequate" because they do not deal with treason done in a "cold" war. President Truman himself recognized the Russian campaign against our country as a "cold WE HAVE Seed Oats, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat; Barley and Joe Youmans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 Cphonc collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 that his club is at its peak now It has won 17 of its last 20 games. The Indians gained their two- game lead last night by massacring the Chicago White Sox, 11-0 after the Rod Sox and Yanks were ambushed in the afternoon, 4-2 and :>-2, respectively, by the Washington Senators and Philadelphia Athletics. Bearden turned in one of the best performances of his career in blanking the White Sox The rookie held the Chicagoans to four scattered singles, fanned five and walked two in hanging up his 18th victory against seven defeats The Indians supported Bearden's jsell out the park.) Dark" was a" (high school star at Lake Charles !L;;., in baseball, football, basketball and track and is a better than fair golfer. Hcgan starred in the same four sports at Lynn, Mass., Classical High. . .The only time Coy McGee, Notre Dame's' speedy Mii-pound halfback, ever was hurt on a college football field was when he stepped into a hole walking back to a huddle and sprained his ankle. . . . .The U. of Texas has one of the best freshman football squads n a decade—and may need it after what happened in North Carolina ast Saturday . . . The Iowa State .u-shman grid squad boasts a line- nan named Homer D. Fieldhouse —a 165-poundcr. Frosh Coach Herb Cormack probably would prefer 3oy built like a brick house. classy job with a 13 that included homers hit by attack Dale Mitchell and Allie Clark. Mitchell opened the games with a homer off Carl ing return Duke, hasn't Still Southpaw Bill Wight. Rae Scarborough and Scheib were the boys who put crimp into the flag hopes of the Red Sox and Yankees. Scarborough chilled the Sox in six hits in pitching his 14th victory o v lhc sevcnth place Senators. Scheib had a more difficult time stopping the Yanks. He allowed 11 hits but three double plays got him out of holes. In the only other ' American League game the St. Louis Browns clipped the Detroit Tigers, 5-3, on rookie Hank Arft's two-run eighth inning homer. The Brooklyn Dodgers, engaged in a three-way battle for second place with the St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates, downed the pennant winning Braves, 9-8, in innings on a home run -by Jackie Robinson. The Cards, in front of Pittsburgh by a half game, had their scheduled night game with the Pirates rained out. New York and Philadelphia di n vided a doublcheader. The Giants .won the opener, 0-5, and the Phils and nightcap, 6-3, in a game that with was called because of darkness at the end of -six innings. The Chicago Cubs "beat the Cincinnati Reds 6-2 to tie the Reds for seventh place in the other National League game. Bridge Sags Engineers say that under extremely high temperature and a full load, the span of the George Washington bride, in New York, sags eight feet below normal. Bobcats Prepare Eddie Dyer to Manage Cards 2 More Years St. Louis, Sept. 29 — </P)~ Eddie Dyer, tabbed by many persons n couple of months ago as on the w;,y out. will manage the St. Louis Cardinals two more years. Robert E. Hannogan, president of the Cards, announced that he had come to terms with Dyer after a five-minute talk last night. Hanncgan wouldn't say whether the oral agreement culled for a pay increase. Dyer, plagued by injuries to key players throughout the season, was pegged in July by some sports writers as being in his last year This weekend the Hope Bobcats journey to Jonesboro for a game with another double A eleven and (he result should give local fans (The some idea how the boys will stack up against Nashville.' The Scrappers overpowered the Hurricanes by two touchdowns a couple of weeks ago only after a rugged battle. Jonesboro has a smooth, tricky team that is equally good at passing and running. Their backs are exceptionally fast but light. They also have lost two straight at St. Louis —providing he even finished the season. Dyer. 48. took over the manager's post in the winter preceding 1346 season and led the Cards games, dropping to Newport last tally, and will for the home by a single a win o the pennant and world championship. Last year's Cardinals fin- 'shccl tile season in second place, Texas Christian University's Horned Frogs expect to be at top strength for the first Southwest Comercncc football game of the year at Fort Worth Saturday night. But their opponents, the Arkansas Razor-backs, pled. Every member still are badly crip- of the TCU squad was fit and ready as Coach Dutch Meyer practice with session, ordered week. Coach opened a long the week's blackboard Secret practice has been for the remainder of the John Barnhill took inventory of his injury-riddled Arkansas legions at Fayetteville yesterday and found that only -block- back Alvin Duke to the lineup counted seen a is likely to this - we'ck. on as a starter,, minute's action in the first two Razorback games because of an arm injury. on the sidelines in the Ra- war" about a year ago and it has steadily grown worse. Meanwhile, thousands of traitors are protected, only because our laws were writ-I pleased ten long before cold war had been ] victory invented. The new law would just ' ' ~' modernize our legal defense. That be simple, but, simple or FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN should not, it has got' to be done. "]f the constitution is so brittle that we can't bend it .to our necessity here, we won't be able to defend it. It will protect our enemies and frustrate us. Then Mr. Dewey said. "If they (Communists) engage m sabotage or break any other laws, we'll jail them." It was here that lie s;iul we would get adequate laws, but I moved that phrase up against the I treason proposition to emphasize hib intent that we put Coni..nunisis to the firing squad. Of course, they have been committing sabotage, vandalism, sedition and insurrection fur years. We hardly know do to them zoiback camp are End Jim Cox- Guard Theron Roberts and Center Bill Thomas, art d Barnhill has scheduled only - light workouts this week in hopes that no others will be hurt. Night sessions are planned tonight and Thursday to accustom the Porkers to playing under the lights. The Rice Owls, pointing for a game with LSU, started the week scrimmage yesterday and more of the same was carded today. The Owls came out of their season-opening 46-0 conquest of Sam Houston state without serious injuries. Texas Coach Blair Cherry began trying to put more power into the Longliorns' offense following their buttering at the hands of North Carolina, j.e took little Billy Pyle out of the'blocking back hole and returned him to the left halfback post. Dick Harris, injured starting center, will be held out for a second straight week when the i.onghorns play New Mexico at Austin Saturday. Coach Bob Woodruff said he was with Baylor's comeback . over Tulsa. but warned hi:-: Bears they could not spot Mississippi Slate two touchdowns at be seeking folks. It is likely this week that the Bobcats v.'ill stress pass defense They came out of the El Dorado thriller in good shape and arc improving with every game. Although El Dorado had dropped two games before losing to Hope it was by close margins and to a pair of the state's best, Blytlje- ville and Ft. Smith. Had the Bobcats been able to get their passes clicking they probably would not have had a very hard time with the Wildcats. Actually the turning point of Friday's contest followed the second El Dorado touchdown when the line really started clicking for the backs .The Cats, through sheer power, had tied the score before the "break" which Jimmy Dick Hammons converted into =a tally that was disastrous to the visitors. It was like a "shot in the arm' 1 and the rest of the way the Bobcats were sensational. Hope has hit the tough end of the schedule. Its Jonesboro, Malvern, Texarkana, Camden. Hot Springs, Little Rock and Smackover in that order and all boast good teams. But the Coaches and the Cats are taking them one at a time and this week are concentrating on Jonesboro in an effort to be ready for them come Friday night. ~" '0 — League Leaders By The Associated Press American League Batting—Williams, Boston .306; Boudreau, Cleveland .355 Runs Batted In —DiMaggio, New York 153; Stephens, Boston 132 Runs—Henrich, New York c!33; DiMaggio, Boston 122 Hits—Dillinger, St. Louis 199; Mitchell, Cleveland 198 Doubles—Henrich, New York 42; Williams, Boston and Maieski, Philadelphia '41- Triples—Henrich, New York 14; Stewart, Washington 13 Home Runs—DiMaggio, New York 39;,Gordon, Cleveland 31 Stolen Bases—Dillinger, St. Louis 25: Coan, Washington 21 Strikeouts—Feller, Cleveland 161; Lemon, Cleveland 142 Pitching—Kramer, Boston 17-5 .773; Gromek, Cleveland 9-3 .750 National League Batting—Musial, St. Louis .378; Ashburn, Philadelphia .333 Runs Batted In—Musial, St. Louis 126; Mize, New York 124 Smackover Boys Lead Grid Teams By CARL BELL Little Rock, Sept. 29 — (,T) What earth would Arkansas football 'on .._ be without Smackover? While the Buckaroos of that little south Arkansas oil town haven't been a power in high school ranks for several' years their products still are making the state's collegiate elevens click Best known of, the Smackover contributions to the pigskin world is Clyde Scott, the University of .Arkansas triple-thrca'er who is nicknamed after his home town. He's far from the only one though. Running with Scott in the Razor- Coach Jack Hopkins''Junior Bobcats play their first home game tonight at Hammons Stadium against the junior team from Magnolia. The game has been called for 7:30 p.m. In their opening contest at Texarkana last week the Hope boys lost 12 to C. The Kittens almost, scored in the final period against the Piggies with Williams taking handoffs from Duffle for most of the yardage. Even though the Bobcats will be away Hope fans can see a couple of games this week. Besides the Junior contest tonight the Tigers ot Verger tangle with Broken Bow, Oklahoma Thursday night, at 8 o'clock at the high school stadium. The Timers went through a rough two and a half hour workout yesterday in preparation for Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Three starters were injured in the scrimmage but all three are expected l.o be ready Thursday night. The Tigers will go through a tapering off drill this afternoon and then await the opening whistle Thursday night. The probable starting line up is as follows: LE—James Wright; LT—Leroy Davis; LG—Samuel Shaw; C—Lonnie Brown; RG—Willie Harper- RT —Tyree Ward: RE—Robert Davis; QB—Chester Jordan: LH—Darwin Williams; RH—Richard Davis; FB—James Moore. Tickets for the game are on sale at the following places: Stewart's Jewelry Store, Jack's Newsstand, Lewis and Wilson Grocery, Hick's Confectionery, Hick's Funeral Home and Calvin's Place. A section of the stadium will be reserved for white patrons. o ball-carrying department is his brother, Tracy, svingbuek regarded as one of the most i?n- proved players on the squad and one who will see plenty of action this season. On the Porkers' No. 1 defensive team is another Smackover back, Billy Bass. A third .Scott brother, Benny, is the climax runner for Little Rock Junior College. And down at Magnolia they're singing praises of a lalcr-'day jBuckaroo. Sammy Furo. It was Furo who enginereed Magnolia A. and M.'s upset of Ouachila last week and in so doing earned the title of Arkansas IntercoUogiale Conference "star ot the week." Success of the Razorbacks in the Southwest Conference race open- we believe, cie- the line comes Runs—Musial, St. Lockman, New York Hits—Musial, St. mes, Boston 182 Doubles—Musial, St. Ep.nis, Philadelphia 40 Triples—Musia-l, St. Hopp, Pittsburgh 12 Louis 110 131; Louis 223; Hoi- Louis 43: Louis 18; Homeruns—Kiner, Pittsburgh '10 Mize, New York 39 Stolen Bases—Ashburn, Philadelphia 32: Rojck, Pittsburgh and Reese. Brooklyn 24 Strikeouts—Brecheen, St. Louis Brooklyn and Sain Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phono . . . 231-J Memphis Saturday and then come back to win. Most of yesterday's drill was developed to puss defense and blocking. The winless Texas Aggies arc being overhauled for this week's encounter with Oklahoma. Coach Ihsrry Stiteler said he may make several changes in the starting lineup. The squad is in good .condition and Buryl Baty, one of the Aggies' best passers, may be ready to play Saturday. He has been out of action with an ankle injury. Only one performer was on the injury list us Southern Methodist began work for Saturday's engagement with Texas Tech. He is Neal Franklin, second strong guard. what our laws can-The Mustang starters took things with juriL-s properly I easy yesterday. Players who saw powers ! IHlle action in the Ponies' win over these Pittsburgh last week scrimmaged against the freshmen. o Fights Lost Highfr 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 1S31-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable irmerspring, One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 aware of their duties and and of the meaning of crime;;. because .'-loG.sevi It protected Communists in ;;il such dirty \.vuiks. The long Allis-Chalmers strike, which undoubtedly cost in;:iiy lives in the war, was Cum- By The Associated Pres: nnmist .saboiage and Roosevelt l.os Angeles—Lauro Salas, himself .said llial tin- Iiu.-.k-v.-ood ! Monterrey, Mexico, aviation strike of 1941 was a "vio-| Mirnue! Oril/, 133 l-'i K'lil insurrection" in lavor of a (Calif. 10. (Non-titlei foreign power, to wit. Rusda. But | Portland. Ore. — Joey Maxim, ho did nothing about it ailer lie'h'ii, Ck-vc-land, outpointed Bill u=wd a regular infantry outfit to | IVlorsi'ii, 21)^, Portland, 10. break the picket lim-s. The same I trailers were involved in both of' By United Press llu-bc- treasons. Then bo k-t Karl I New York — Park Arena- — Biuwcicr and some others out m-(ii-no Hairston. 1-19 1-2, New York, ]ail and fixed il up ior Brov.-ckr's idrew with Al Mobley. 151 1-2. Newark. N. J. I'd). 120, outpointed E'l Centro, 143; Barney, Boston 128 Pitching—Sewell, Pittsburgh .813: Brechcen, St. Louis 19-7 ing this week will, pend on how well through. Arkansas has backfield material as good as or belter than any other in the Southwest, through and through. But the forward wall is a question mark. At least three regular linemen are out of action with injuries. What's left is a blend of seasoned hands and promising- sophomores who haven't yet been tested in rough going. The Razorbacks' biggest hope is that Coach John BarnhiU's system of usinT separate teams for offense and defense, thus giving all performers more rest and keeping them fresh so that they can play their utter best while on the field, will offset lack of experience at kev positions. The answer to the line question likely will come at Fort Worth Saturday night. The Razorbacks' opponent for that evening, Texas Christian, boasts a line regarded as one of the Southwcst's best. BROADCASTING SYSTEM BY VIRGINIA MACPHERSON Hollywood, Sept. 28 —(UP )—A gentleman who claims he can whip up a powerful love potion landed today right where he can do the most harm—at Hollywood and Vine He's Gus Arriola, creator of the comic strip "Gordo," and the world's loudest booster of chili con carne as i\ wooing weapon. We shudder to think what might happen if the local wolves ever meet up with him. TThis chili con carne, at least the way Arriola cooks it, is so good, ho says, one bite and the little dreamboat stops asking for a mink coat. "It renders flowers, cand, and diamonds utterly useless," Arriola insists. "It puts stars in your true 13-3 love's eyes when there aren't even .723. BoisebatE By The Associated Press American League New York at Philadelphia. Washington at Boston. Chicago at Cleveland. St. Louis at Detroit. National League Boston at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Louis (2, day night). (Only games scheduled). American League Yesterday's Results Washington 4 Boston 2. Philadelphia 5 New York 2. St. Louis 5 Detroit 3. Cleveland 11 Chicago 0 (night). National League Brooklyn 9 Boston 8 (13 innhvs) New York 6-3 Philadelphia 5-6 (second game culled six innings darkness. Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) postponed rain. Chicago 0 Cincinnati 2. Southern Association Final Playoff Birmingham y 9 Nashville 0 (Birmingham leads, 3-2>. Texas League Final Playoff I Kurt Worth 4 Tulsa 0 (Fort Worth wins series, -4-2). y.'ik- io enter our country us an immigrant innocent of ' political activity when he knvw slit.- was as J(i-d us Hurry S. Truman's, her- Under Pix-sidem people would h;nv liyiioslly patriotic vi nii;l trciiciu'i'y. Our n);|.'.lit be sulliciiMit DL-WC.V, the ; a frc'sh and I \v nl Commit- ' existing laws i if we- i'avi- i Jersey Lily, l'Y:>ari. 14U 1-2, slopped Tony B;;yonne. N. J., N. J. -Irvington, Kiccio, Charlie Baseball Standings any in the sky. It makes her think you're wonderful!" All this is old stuff south of the border. Mexican romeos, according to Gus, have been using it for centuries. "But don't pin me down" he protested. "J don't know whether it's the red chili or the garlic or the combination that does it. If I did I'd bottle it and make millions. "All I know is, it's wonderful siulf. Wouldn't be without it at our house." The famous comic-strip artist spent the whole clay autographing a 'Gordo Bean Pot" in Hollywood department stores. 2nd the way tht-v ladies swarmed around begging lor his chili con carne recipe- was enough to make you think local husbands might not be so hot m the romance department. "They're all going home and try H out on the old man," Ous chuckled. "Well. . .They won't be sorry." He's not even appalled at what could happuen if the local wolves get the recipe. ••That." Gus grins, 'is the idea." fhe closest he comes to reveal- ins the secret is that 'with a full stomach—everybody loves everybody." He thinks that's a very line idea. The American Medical Zssocia- tion will go along that far. But chile con came isn't on their list of what laymen call "love potions." "Alcohol and drugs and the French liqueurs, chartreuse and pernud, are generally recognized as promoters of roinalic feelings," "But chili N. M9 J., 3-4. (thi-m un honest chance, willi the I I proper attorney general. j .The important thing is jsniun to keep Communist. | the government and the •I hut disposition never imdi-r Roosevelt. i Always did think well pb:). Now that (iu- next p "us adopted it 1 bespvuk trial. Grid FotaS to Denver Youth American League Club Cleveland Boston New York , Philadelphia Detroit .. . Si. Louis . . . . Washington Chicago . . . . local specialist said. | con carne? It's not in any of the j medical journals." u dispo- I Denver, Sept. 28 —(UP) — The i out of |"time of Harvey Graff, 16-year-old unions, j Manual high school athlete, today existed jwus added to the nation's growing list of football fatalities, of my Graff died yesterday of compli- vsidi-nl jcationu from a fractured neck, suf- a, fair fered in a high school practice scrimmage lust Wednesday. National Club Boston Brooklyn . St. Louis Pittsburgh ... New York Philadelphia Cincinnati ... Cincinnati .... Chicago .... League W. L. 94 56 92 53 92 58 8-1 6'ti 74 75 58 90 54 95 •19 99 W. L. 87 61 83 67 81 67 81 68 77 74 C5 87 02 87 &> 87 62 87 Pet, .(i27 .613 .613 .560 -!(J7 333 Pct. .588 .553 .547 .544 .510 ,426 .428 .416 .416 Taylor Says Russia Only Wants Peace Biia-hnt'll. Conn.. Sept. 27— — Sea. Glen 11. Taylor, D., Iprogrcssive parly candidate for vice-prc'sidiMitn to an audience of 1,000 here last night that Russia wants peace and that lie did not believe war was inevitable. "1 don't believe we've got to light Russia," Taylor said. "AH they need is peace to raise their standards of living." o '— The crop loss from weeds in the Uniied States each year is estimated at $5 billions. North Carolina's upset of Texas and Magnolia's victory over Ouachita reddened the face of this forecaster and a lot of others. But it helped make good a prediction we made several weeks ago—that this would be the wildest, most upset-filled grid season of them all. U. of A. Backfield Coach Deke Bracket! predicted the upset of Texas while gabbing with sports writer at Fayetteville last Saturday morning. "Carl Suavely (North Carolina Coach) doesn't let a team beat him twice in a row," said Deke. "And when he points for a team like he's pointed for Texas, watch out." Doke won't talk about what he sees in store for the Razorbacks, though. State Golf Champion Vince Allison will gun for another title Saturday when he meets Lutie Mosely in the finals of the Fort Smith Country Club tournament. He recently won the Rolling Knolls crown at the border city.. o Heart Disease Worst Enemy of Man New York, Sept. 28 —(UP) — Heart disease is the worst enemy of man on this earth and medical science is mobilizing to do something about it. The newest weapon against the disease comes in an announcement of the American Heart Association that comprehensive plans for the development of community programs have been organized. A. W. Robertson, of the heart association, said: "The medical world is now alerted to the menace of heart disease. It is believed that this greatest threat of human life can be curbed, thereby reducing invalidism and death. The American Heart Association plans to combat this menace by strengthening existing associations and by creating additional heart associations." Robertson, one of the lay members of the association, believes that more country, or local organizations, are needed to "direct and coordinate a wide range of services in the prevention, care and treatment of heart disease Meanwhile, Dr. Charles Connor medical director of the American Heart Association, reported that requests for the develonment of local hear associations had been received from 40 cities and states. The states included Louisiana, and such cities as Atlanta and Richmond. -o- Supporters of Wallace Lose Another Round Little Rock, Sept. 28 —(.'P)—Henry Wallace's Progressive Party may seek a spot on the Arkansas election ballot by swearing it is not af- supporters a writ of mandamus to force Secretary of State C. G. Hall to pi nee the presidential candidate's electors on the ballot. Herman Wright, Houston attor- , ney and chairman of the Texas (UP.) i committee for Wallace, advised Ida., Judgea Coeknll the Arkansas committee for Wallace now will adopt two courses of action. He said the committee will: (li Appeal the Pulaske circuit court ruling to the Arkansas Supreme Court; (2) File u new petition as the Progressive party and file with it affidavits by state party officers to comply with Arkansas laws designated to bar Communists from the ballot. They have until Oct. 13 to file Wednesday p.m., Sept. 29 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M "'""" 5:30 Captain Midnight—M I ', 5: -15 Torn Mix—M .. . 6:00 The Inside Story , . 6:15 News, Five Star Edition 6:25 Today in Sports ' ' 6:30 News Commont—M ' ' 6:45 Fulton ^ov/is, Jr. 7:00 Can You Top This—M . , 7:30 High Adventure—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M . . 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M • • 8:30 Erskinc Johnson—M ' ' 8:55 Bill Hcnrv. News—M 9:00 Opinion Aire—M 9:30 Gene Carlos' Orch.—M 9:45 Dance Orch.—M 10:00 AH the News—M . . 10:15 Rillv Bishop's Orch.—M . • 10:30 Buddy Moreno's Orch.—M- 10:55 Mutual Reports the News- : U:00. Sign Off Thursday a.m., Sept. 30 5:57 Sign On . '. 6:00 Songs by Sinclair 6:15 Morning Musieale 6:25 Bargain Roundup 6:30 News, First. Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition ; 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Bob Poole's Show—M 8:55 According to the Record 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Say it With Music—M 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M 10:30 Gabriel IlenUer's Mailbag —M 10:45 Minute Quiz—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Luncheon at Sardi's—M Thursday pm... Sept. 30 12:00 News. Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Song of the Day 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Student Parade - : 2:15 Music bv the Minute -•' 2:30 Heart's Desire—M 3:00 Carnival of Music 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 Time to Dance 3:45 Two-Ton Baker—M 4:00 Swinp Time - - 4:45 The Voice of the Army 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M . ; 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Rhythm & Reason 6:15 News, Five 3tar Final ' ' 6:25 Today in Sports 0:30 News Comment—M 1 6:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr.—M \ 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7:30 The Better Half—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M -.' 8:30 Revere All Star Revue—M -. 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M '" 9:00 Family Thep.ive—M ; : 9:30 Read Feather Hound-up—M' 10:00 AH the News—M 10:15 Tex Beneke's Orch.—M < 10:30 Noro Morales' Orch.—M ' 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off \ —_— _ o Top Radio Programs, : By The Associated Press ,• Tonics tonight (Thursday): .*.-• NBC— G:30 Van Damme Quintet; 7 Bob Hawk Quiz. CBS—7 FBI in Peace and War- 7:30 Mr. Keen's Tracer drama' 9:30 Crime Photographer: 9 Dick Powell in James Millon Playhouse ABC—6:30 Front Page: 7 Abbott and Costello; 8 Child's World: 8:30 St. Paul Railroad Day Progarm.' MBS—7 Talent Jackpot; » 7:30 Better Half quiz; U Victor Moor? in Family Theater. Medical School Operating Cost- Is Increased Little Rock, Sept. 28 —Iff)—Figures were' cited today to show tbji the cost of operating the Univer» sity of Arkansas medical school's hosoital here has increased. - The cost of hospital operation ureviously was Given as a reason for a protested increase in tuition fees at the medical school. Dr. H. Clay Chenanlt, university- vice president in charge of medical education, said the number of : patient days at the charity hosptt-' al in July of this year was 5 '>90 compared to 4.6»7 durinfi the 'cor-" responding month of 1947. He added that records show the ' cost per oatient day has jumped, from $8.42 last year to $9.61 this • year. Emergency room records show that on Ilia average day Ui u t Julv 59 patients were treated" there The" daily average in July, 1947 was ' 4(j. patinets. The rlailv avera-e in ' August this vear was 04, compared '. to -IS in 1917. Dr. Chenault was preparin" the tigures cited today for submfssioii • at a meeting oi ink-rested persons here Oct. a, called bv University Pres. Lewis Webster Jones for sis- cushion of the tuition boosts or- derid by the board of trustees.... ' such petitions)!! Judye Cockrill's d.-rish,,,. yi Vl ..n alter a stormy court ---os'-ion no held Hall's rejection of -, peiiiio,, ln.:m the Arkansas committee tor \ViiJJace. Hall acted on the ground of non-compliance with a state law requiring new political parties ana their officers to file affidavits that they are not affiliated with the Communist party Wallace appeared" here last month with a slato of elector- he said were not backed by the Pro- '' K "' ty bUl Vl ' ovo

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