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Four HOPE STAR, HOPE/ARKANSAS Tuesday, October 5, T948 Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Day Days Days Month Words Up to 15 16 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 26(o 30, SI to 35 . 36 to 40. 41 to 45 .45 . .60 . .75 . .90 . 1.05 .1.20 1.35 46 to 50 ...... 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Kates arc for Continuous Insertions Only * All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Ovor the Phone For Rent 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, near Schooley's Store. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phono 38-F-ll. 20-U TO RELIABLE PKRMANRNT party new modern house with large living room and fireplace. Write R. F. Anderson, Genera] Delivery. Hope, Arkansas. 5-31 FRONT BEDROOM WITH PRI- vatc entrance. Close in. Phone 308. 5-3t 2 STORY HOUSE, 29 ACRES, I',b miles from Hope on old Full on highway. Applv 920 South Kim, Phone 731. 5-31 MODERN APARTMENT WITH private entrance. Couple preferred. 321 South Bonner. Phone •' 685-W. 5-31 WELL FURNISHED BED ROOM with large closet. 321 North Her- .vey. Phone 088. 5-3t Real Estate tor Sale BUY THIS 4 ROOM COTTAGE practically new garage, poultry house, storage house, fenced poultry yard and garden. Several .extra lots. Closing Estate. Price $2850. Easy terms. Sec Mr. Tyler, 119 Cotton Row. 1-Gt HOUSE LOCATED NEAR EA1R park and Garland School. 0 rooms, breakfast room and new garage with room attached. Recently redecorated. $15'.)0 Down and resume F.H.A. Loan. Payments $37.49. Phone 1120. 5-Gt By Westbrook Pcgler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Bears Defeat Cards 28-17 in Pro Game Washington, Oct. 4.—The power of the invisible government which Felix Frankfurter's cult set up within the government, of the United States after he had boldly wangled his own appointment to Ihe supreme court is strongly suggested by information which ' has been revealed this summer. It has been known for years, of I course, that Frankfurter's tricky Harvard law proteges were spotted in influential places in practically all of the experimental radical bureaus of the New Deal. There were so many of thorn and they were so impudent and flippant in tossing around the rights and aspirations of the American people that their existence as a distinct clique or corps was commonly appreciated. In those early clays, General Hugh Johnson amiably referred to them as Frankfurter's happy 'hot dot's If he ' ' Chicago, Oct. 5 — (/Pi— Frank Minim's 95- yard touchdown run with a third period kick-off broke the Chicago Cardinals back last night and touched off a ?.!!•] 7 National Football League vietniy for the Chicago Hoars. The Bears, remaining the only united and undefeated club in the National League. Piled up a 14-0 lead only to hare the National Champion Cardinals force ahead 17-14 in the third period. R;iy Mallouf look over the Cardinals' quarterbacking laic in the fh-;;t quarter v, hen Paul Chri.st- rriiin suffered a possible fracture of the left hand in a pilcup. Mallouf pitched two scoring passes, to Mai Kutner in the second period, and to Boris Oimanchoff in the third. •Scalback J. .R. Boone, rookie from Tulsa. capped Bear drives of !!9 and 07 yards with touchdowns in the -first half. —o- Boston. Oct. 5 — (/P) — Before the Indians settled dov/n to the businV>:-:s of belting over the Red .Sox in the one-game American League pennant race yesterday Pre.\y Hill Veeclc made some cracks about his head being "bloody but unbowed." And part- owner Hank. Greenberg remarked "Its a beautiful day for the game. I wish we didn't have to play it." We haven't figured out yet they were worrying about. what Thev a guy named Lou Boudrcau out there who did a very good job of taking care of things. Two homers is about all you could expect of a guy who also has to shoulder the task of managing a ball club. This week to their Bobcats - . ^ o. 4 41 - , „. , , he had lived, Johnson probably •,,,,' ho ^ c flt;W for a conies- would be less tolerant of their mis- w ! • i ' U ' str( , n « Malvern tcarr chief today. He was fir-t and whlch 1K coached by Jim Dildy. return contest am No Boos For Boudreau The World Series looms as an interesting master minding test -between Boudrcau and the comparatively aged Billy Southworth. . . . P.illy is the king of "percentage," who must carry a logaritum table around with him. Boudrcau's way of figuring the chances was illustrated when he started Allie Clark at first base yesterday because "we were merely going for the one game. . . .Allie will return to the outfield against lefthanded pitching in the World Series. . .And another example when tho "old pro" Joe Gordon dropped Ted Williams' pop fly. Lou merely said "tough try." That sun was brutal Southworth is the kind of guy who can be sympathetic at tho right iime, too. Porkers Ahead of League in Statistics Dallas, Tex., Oct. 5 —!,1')~ Anyway you look at it right now, tlic Arkansas Ra/.orbacks are at the top of the Southwest Conference. The undefeated, untied Porkers not only arc off to an early lead in the title race, but they are out front statistically. Arkansas leads the league in rushing with 917 yards, in total offense with 1,152 and in team defense, having yielded only 405 yards in three games. The Razorbacks' sparkplug, Clyde (Smackover) Scott is the leading ball carrier. Latest statistics show Texas as second in total offense with 1,047. However, Texas' 420-yards by passing put it in front in that division. Scott has first chair in the ball- carriers section with 340 yards on 3!) runs. He is five yards behind Lindy Berry of Texas Christian in Malvern to Play Tigers Here Saturday Verger High School Tigers Th will play Malvern N'egro Hi«h School at Hamnion's Stadium, Saturday night, October 9, at 8:30 p.m. The game was previously scheduled to be played at Malvern but because Malvern is unable to secure a place to play, the game was moved to Hope . The Tigers went through a lengthy practice on Monday afternoon in preparation for their j game with Malvern. Verger defeated Malvern last year 7-2 and the Malvern club is expected to be stronger this year. The game has been set at 0:30 in order to allow for the closing of the stores and other business establishments. o Haas Takes Top Money in Portland Open Portland, Ore., Oct. r> —M 3 )— Tall, slim and slightly jittery Fred Haas Jr., is Portland's new open golf champion and $2,4150 richer today. He won the title and a potful of money the hard way yesterday in a three-way playoff. Haas fired a 35-35—70 two under par, in the rain to beat out the ;ountry's greatest player, Ben logan of Hershey, Pa., as well as another rugged competitor, Johnny Palmer. of'Badin, N. C. Hogan. now the leading money winner of the yoar, shot a 35-30-71 n the plavoff. Palmer cracked in the finale."with 3G-30—75. last, a patriot, although he had a That Die visitors will be strong juvenile streak which' moved him I ls shown by their record. This to go traipsing after the pied j department shows them playin piper who was going to cure everything by ' - flattered Wanted STRAIGHT SALARY $50 WEEKLY Man or Woman with Auto sell Poultry Mixture to farmers. Eureka Mfg. Co. East St. Louis 111. 5-lt For Sole 20 REBUILT SINGER SEWING machines, 2 Whites, 2 Elgins and \olhcr makes. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street. Phone J22G-W, Hope, Arkansas. i-Gt USED REFRIGERATORS IN A-l • condition. Also 21 jewel Hamilton conquering fear and who him by selecting him to administer the Fascist N. R A but neither did the rest of the people nor even the sourest skeptics in Washington quite appreciate the sinister nature of Franhfurther's silent process of penetration. We learned on authority early I this summer in the memoirs o'i' Harold Ickes that Frankfurlher did not wait for distinction to com.-: to him but went campaigning for a job on the supreme court in a time when political and ideological prejudices were to be substituted more and more for law. His reputation was synthetic and r.imW.t entirely the le.sult of publicity and posturing on noisy issues. ' Lori;,' ago, Theodore Roosevelt had called, him to. time charging him with willful failure to disclose ma- .erial truth in the Bisbeo deportation case. He had a great claque 'it Harvard and he got the benefit of Harvard's .ancient prestige .n a day before that prestige had been turned into sordid notoriety by the disclosures of the Thomas 'Com mittee on im-Ajnorican Activities. Actually, Fr a n k f u r tor was coarse, mysterious and superficial and I have interviewed one former member of his clas* who would say thai he taughl more lawyer-craft than law. He would tarce games this season, have won all and have not been scored on. They downed Dierks K',-0, Con- wny 1!) to 0 and Morrilton Hi-fi. All are believed to have boast pretty strong elevens. Hope looked considerably improved last week in taking'Jones- boro's measure 20 to 0 but will be be crippled for the contest. Sam Weslbi-ook is in a Little Hock hospital nursing a kidney injury, seriousness of which is not immediately known. One-Minute Sports Page • Most prophetic words of the playoff: while talking to newsmen before the game, Lou Boudreau suddenly interrupted with a dash for the bat rack: "Gee, I got to bit." he explained. watch. Service. Phone 1280 Sundays. Brewstcr Refrigeration 119 Edgewood, Hope. or 1231-J nights or 2-Gt .SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRae Implement Co. 21-1m Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton , Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-1 mo Services Offered BACK FROM VACATION. SHOP open for most any kind of repair work. Tricycles, small wagons, handsaws and scissors sharpened also sickles. Paint .jobs. All work guaranteed. M. C. Bruce. 2-31 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. McWilliams & Co., Hope, Ark. Across the street from Post Office Call 129 or 806 (nirjhts) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co, Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 say if he had to. But, for the time being, he would prefer not to because he is a government employee and, with good groun-.l, afraid that he would be fired for antagonizing Frankfurter's hidden power. Ickes wrote that he learned, on the inside of the seething conspiracy which Roosevelt substituted for government, that Frankfurter was lobbying Roosevelt for a job on the supreme court. There was no false modesty in him. Ho wanted thai place and (lie power that wont with it. And, Ickes 'ur> ther disclosed, it was Frankfurter who chose for secretary of war, and put him over, Henry L. Sti.'n- son, Frankfurter's old boss in the U. S. attorney's office in New York. Mr. Slhnson was an amer.a- nle old man who went along wi'.h the great plan to demolish Hitler and save Stalin and Russia before the United States tackled the cnly enemy which had attacked the United States, Japan. Alger Hiss was one of Frankfurter';: haop.v hot dogs IVom Harvard Law school. He is a preeociou: study-boy with the .supersonic intellect who was too precious to bi left out in the rain to catch cold in the war. He rose to such power in the State Department that when the doddering and dying Roosevelt went to Yalta in Feb'ruary, ID-lfi, u sign over the future of Europe anc Asia and probably of the United States to the Kremlin, Hiss was at He is co-captain and one of nainstays of the Cat line and the his Berry has 448 yards on 104 plays running and passing plays while Scott has 443 on 4G, average per play. a far better Berry is second in the ball carrying division with on G3. Third By The Associated Press Arkansas' Razorbacks are working with a will this week. They not only want to remain undefeated and untied by defeating Baylor in a Southwest Conference is Leon Campbell of Arkansas, 229! Same at Fayetteville Saturday, but they've been looking forward for a year now to avenging a stinging upset at the hands of the Bears last season. Also the Razorbacks need hut two wins to even t'ne all-time score with Baylor. The two schools have met 22 times. Baylor winning 1?. and Arkansas ten. A light workout started the practice week for the Porkers yesterday. Jim Reichert, tackle and in on 30. The great Scott ran second in punt returns with an average of 39.6 on three. First place went to George Sims of Baylor with 33.C on three. Other individual statistics include: Pnssing, Paul Campbell of Texas, 235 yards, 13 completions, 37 ittompts; punting, Bob Goodc of Texas A. and M., 39 yards average on 24 tries; Gordon Long of Arkansas, second with 38.8 on six, and Den Proctor of Texas, pass- receiving, 141 yards on 10 catches. —o absence will !uard slot. :cem to be in fair shape with a lew nursing minor bruises suffered in the El Dorado game. Friday's game is the beginning of three home tilts which bring Malvern, Texarkana and Camdeh to Hope in that order. Baseball Standings American League Club ' W. L. Pet. Cleveland 97 5f>, .02(i Boston 90 59 01!) New York 94 (K) .610 Philadelphia 84 70 .34:5 Detroit 78 70 .500 St. Louis 5B 94 .386 Washington 56 97 .3G(i Chicago 51 101 .330 his side. Hiss was only 40 years old the nand as able and lithe a physical specimen as you would 'be likely to find at his age and still more nimble and tricky in his mind. His testimony before the Thomas committee discloses a crafty, sjch e m i n g intelligence, trained to parry and give an impression of candor and truth to the gullible layman who is used to open dealing. Without denying that he had ever known Whittaker Chamber, the backslid bolo who identified him as a fellow-conspirator on the Russian side, Hiss nevertheless gave most cf those present at the scene of his theatrical disclaimers the impression that he had denied his old friend. Thus, when later he was cornered by a corn-fed high school boy, Robert Stripling, the chief investigator of the Thomas committee, and confronted with proof that lie had known Chambers and not just casually but intimatelv. Hiss could change his story without being accused of New York, Oct. 5 — til') — Notre be sorely felt in the [Dame has renewed its lease on Otherwise the Cats the No. 1 spot in college football's big ten. In the first Associated Press poll of the new season one hundred and fifty-three sports writers from throughout the country gave Frank Leahy's proteges a total of 1,200 points-—enough for a squeaking edge over rampant North Carolina and .surprising Northwestern. Points are awarded on the basis of ten for a first place vote, nine for second and on clown the line. North Carolina, which has rolled over Texas and Georgia, received more first place votes than the Irish.—of) to 50—but fell 10 points short in the overall balloting with Northwestern, conqueror of U. C. L. A. and Purdue, was in third place with 1,025 — the only other team to record more than a thousand. Southern Conference Methodist's Southwest champions placed By The Associated Press Boston —Ray Andrews, 135, Lowell, Mass., decisioned Thomas Bealo, 131 1-2, San Domingo (10). . „. -- — Philadelphia—Buddy Garcia, 138 pecn out two weeks with -o- Boston, Oct. 5 — (/P) — Clcve- .and's newly-crowned American League champs, still walking on thin air after their playoff sticcess. have named Bobby Feller to face Johnny Sain ot the Boston Braves in tomorrow's World Scries opener at Braves field. Rapid Robert will have to hard to top the performance BROADCASTING SYSTEM young Gene Bearden clay's 8-3 victory over in the yester- Boston 1-2, Galvestpn, Jimmy Collins, (ID). Tex., decisioned 135, Philadelphia place-kicking specialist. uniform but probably will be used!'doodlor four only for kicking against Baylor. H e suffered a facial injury in the Porkers' victory over Texas Christian last week. Center Harold Stockton also suffered minor injuries. Billy Ray Thomas, top defensive center, probably will return to the lineup against the Bears. He has a leg injury. It is doubtful, however, that Guard Theron Roberts or End Jim By United Press Washington — John Hausbury, 159. Washington, outpointed Laveren Roach, 153 1-2, Plainvicw, Tex., (8). Providence, ,R. I. — Sandy Pherson, 241, Coventry, R, I. pointed Ted Lowry, 179, Haven, Conn. (10). Mc- out- New Cox, out since the start of the season, will see action for at least another week. Baylor has its injury woes, too. Dudley Parker, hard-running halfback, was hurt in the Mississippi State game and will be unable to Play. Elsewhere in the conference, only Texas was handicapeped by more than minor injuries. Center Dick Harris Tackle Ed Kelley and by Army, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Fullback Tom Landry remain on Minnesota, California and Penn State in order. Arkansas and Mississippi tied for " 114 points. Kansas was 10 points. Missouri tied 13th 23rd with with for 28th with Oklahoma three way Jourlh in the opening poll, followed points. A tie 7. Oklahoma and M finished in a for 38th with 2 Copyright, 1948, NEA SERVICE, INC By SOPHIE KERR Soridlitolion o( scretnploy from a novel by Prosper Mcrimce perjury. Mr. Stripling never was thrown off by the Great Brain's clever stalling. He finally faced him down arid Hiss confessed. Nut only was Hiss chosen to go to Yalta as State Department ad- j,...,.; „..., . , viser to the dying president of the ." / United States —• and we don't know THE STORY: Don Jose, young officer in a fashionable Spanish regiment has just come to Seville from the countryside of Navarre. On his first day in the city, a gorgeous gypsy girl flirts with him, I then disappears. Some days later I he is on duty in the square with ' his friend, Andres, when he sees her again. Andres greets her warmly as Carmen, but her glances are all for Jose. Shortly afterwards, Carmen gets into a street brawl with another woman and knifes her. Jose is ordered to take her prisoner. He does so but she prevails upon him to let her a result, Jose gets duty and is confined for 30 days. On the As FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile * Rubber TIU ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT « Level yards • Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots * Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. 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 Wai 3-7til!3 (phone collect) H No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN for the' opting ot thi. "m.m'nf'ul'ca- \ J^^he'meef'her'Tl iUas reer of tile United Nations. At Yal- . bc ,,1 m hour ta. Frankfurter's happy Hot Do-' aside, hints p. lstia ,_ s The door burst open violently, crashing into the wall. Carmen en- very pleased with PI had .sat with Ivociscvelt and lUolo- toy when a writ was signed that may have been the death of Christian civilisation. Js'o\v Frankfurter's men sal ;it the s.ide oi Hd'.vard Stouinins. whom Roosevelt had Selected for secretary of State and whom even Harry Truman had the good sense to unload as soon as he could. Anil the speech that Stetlinius read was written in considerable part ov Dalton Trumbo, the Hollywood hack who was notorious even the among patriotic Hollywood writers and who "later was given a year in prison and fined $1.0011 tor contempt of Congress for refusing to answer whether or not he had ever joined ;i traitorous conspiracy against the United States —• the Communist parly. Mr. Hiss gladly told who sponsors v.'ere in his penetrali the American government to the point of j] ieutionim. 1 . Frankfurter. His squirmm;; mony on this tender point wi treated here tomorrow. tered, lookin herself. "The smell of that fish frying reminds me that if an old trout who calls himself a colonel comes in, I am not here." She waved her arm vaguely. "I have gone to Portugal or some place." She picked | a nougat from the counter and bit I into it. "He promised not to come here tonight, but men are such I liars." j The old crone said, "What about i AndresV" i "Who'.'" "You knew his name yesterday." 'Oh. Toll him I have gone to Gibraltar." She passed the three men, nodding at them casually. There was something evasive in her attitude toward them. They let her go byr" waiting for her io speak. When Ilan ' la she did not, Dancaire said, his Nt ' w ork Ihe doubtful list as the Longhorns prepare for their annual tilt with Oklahoma. Coach Dutch Meyer of TCU, disgusted with the Frogs' 19-yard punting average against Arkansas, assigned kicking duties to Jim Hickey. a sophomore. TCU plays Indiana Stalurday. At Rice, Coach Jess Neely is trying to teach his owls how to hang onto the football. Neely blamed fumbling for Rice's defeat at the hands of LSU. He said workouts for this week's battle with Southern Californiza would be the toughest of the season. Aerial Artist Buryl Baty returned to the Texas A. M. lineup after a two-week absence as the Aggies started preparations for an engagement with LSU. Southern Methodist began readying Missouri with a light drill yes terday, but heavy work was slated to begin for the Ponies today. Red Sox in an unprecedented sudden death playoff of a tie. Working with only one full day of] rest after shutting out Detroit Saturday, Bearden silenced the guns of the .fence-denting Red Sox in their own ball yard to gain Cleveland's first American League flag since 1920. He did it with a little of this and a little of thai — but mostly his knuckle ball. He threw the dipsy- out ot every five witches. The knuckler got him "lome. Parlayed with the raw cour- ige that brought him back to base- Jail from Pacific war action with aluminum plates in his head and eft knee. "The knuckler did it," said Manager Lou Boudreau, "they just couldn't hit it. I know one of their coaches was tipping the hitters every time he threw it — which was four out of every five — and they still couldn't connect." Boudreau. the hitting star of his own team's sensational triumph with two homers and two singles, preferred to pass on the glory to the younger members of his team. "Jim Heagan and Larry Doby made our ball club," lie said, "they were the most improved ball players in the league along with Boston's young Billy Goodman." The manager was boosting tho stock of a couple of his younger players. He knew he didn't have to talk up Ken Keltner. whose three- run homer, knocked out Denny Galehouse, Manager Joe McCarthy's surprise starter, in the fourth knew ho Tuesday p.m., Oct. 5 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M ; 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:4") Tom Mix—M G:00 The Inside Story fi:l5 News, Five Star EdiU'in- 6:25 Today in Sports G:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton i-owi";. Jr. . , 7:00 Mysterious Traveler—M. '« 7:30 World Series Preview—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 0:00 Gabriel Hcatter—M 8:15 Mutual Nowsrcel—M 8:30 Under Arrest—H 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M " 9:00 Roger Kil.aore—M 9:30 Jimmy Feulherstone's Or-ch. —M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Barclay Allen's Orch.—M 10:30 Dizzy Gilcspie's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports the Nevys 11:00 Sign Off, . j Wednesday a.m., Oct. G 5:57 Sign On ' 0:00 Songs by Sinclair G:i5 Morning Music-ale 6:25 Bargain-Roundup 0:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 0:55 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 ":55 According to the Record 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 0:15 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 Heatter'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 11:45 News, Home Edition '5 11:55 World Series inning. Most of all ho didn't need to talk about a fellow named Boudreau. If any man ever deserved a most valuable player trophy it's Lou. After a first inning homer he came up tho fourth inning with the score tied at 1-1, and slashed a single to left. Joe Gordon followed with a single and Keltner banged his homer. Before it was over, four runs were in and Galehouse had been replaced by Ellis Kinder. Not content with a 5-1 lead, Boudreau slammed another homer into the screen atop the left field wall with two gone and nobody on in the fifth. In the seventh he was walked intentionally in a rally that finally sputtered out with the bases full. Again in the ninth, Boudreau's single helped push around Eddie Rob- Wednesday p.m., Oct. 6 2:30 Queen for a Day 3:00 Vocal Varieties 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 Meet the Band 3:45 Two-Ton Baker—M 4:00 Swine Time : 4:45 Here's to Veterans 5:00 Adventure Parade—M ; 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M . 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Unsung Victory 6:15 News, Five Star Final 6:25 Today in Sports 0:30 News Comment—-M 6:4:5 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M " 7:00 Can You Tor. This—M 7:30 High Adventure—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Hcaltor—M 0:15 Mutual Ncwsrcel—M 8:30 Erskine Johnson—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M ; 9:00 Morning Star—M / 9:30 Gene Carlos' Orch.—M • 9:45 Shandores Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Jimmy Fcalherslonc's Orch. —M 10:30 Buddy Moreno's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News--M 11:00 Sign Off mson game- rout. with the that was final fast score 01 becoming New York, old guessing again in the as fans and to predict the Oct. 5 —(UPl— The game got underway baseball world today s alike attempted successor of Bucky Top Radio Programs New York-, Oct. 5 —(/P) ~ Tuning tonight (TuesdayI: NBC—7 Mel Tonne show; 7:30 Date With Judy; ti Bob Hope show; Big Town drama. The People; !!:;-!U Life With Luigi; 9:30 Morey Amsterdam show at new lime. * ABC—fi.•;•!!) Music Relaxing time; 8:'15 Chamber of Music: !):',!() -Lei Freedom Ring Series Resumes; 10:15 Joe I-lasel Sports. MBS — 7 Mysterious Theater; 8:30 Lone \Volf Finale; 9 Public Defender. Wednesday programs: a. m. Honeymoon in N. CBS- V11I Legal Notice 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 Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights anti Sundays 119 Edgewooci Hope Lefr Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 I -1-B j NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION ; i\'u! in- is 'Hereby given thai the I County Hu|>ervisor of llempslead i County, has ealK-d an election tu he ! held in \Vu.--.|iiii:.'ii>n School District I iS'u. 12 o)" HempMeai! County, on the : Id aav of Nov.. I'.Hu at which the electors in said tall vole on Ihe an !': DIII the Hrvnlvi and ihc levviiu. of a one i1 ' 11. i \ I L i! i n u a •d valuation oi the is necessary to i .'pay said the interest Iheivnn. Such shall be held at Washim-ito on tin- HI day of Moy., !U4ti 1,, iwecn the hours of ":l)0 o'clock- P, M. a;:d 6:30 P. M. and otherwise in the same niai-inor as is provided bv lav, •"or holding annual tchoul election:,. WITNESS my hand this 4 duv of Oct., 19-ib 1 E. R. Brown County .Supervisor Hemps toad County Oc-1. 5, 12, 39 An ancient gypsy woman, looking more evil for her dirt and wrinkles than any witch, stood at the food counter beside a prirni- | live charcoal-burning stove. Fish ; was siz/ling in a pan. i Lounging against the counter j near the stove wore three equally | dirty, equally sinister-looking men. j Oiii was Remondado. the fatalist; . another Pablo, the informer, and i the third Dancaire, the philoso- ! Dhei-. Danraire was the only one of | the three who was not a gypsy. All i were chewing big mouthfuls uf I tried fish, holding more in their : hands aii'l wiping grease from •j their faces on their sleeves as they 1 • wolkHl the food down. These were [ilie bandit men of the Andalusian hl: ij hills— vicious, dirty, amoral. The 1)1 i three of them were interchangeable, differing only in degrees of disposition, and thev .stood where they stood through Ihe accident of delinquent society which had not found the time lo meet them at tin- gallows. The old crone turned a piece ut lish in the nan. It sputtered with a viol, nt hiss as it flopped over in ilie hot grease. She nodded her brad M ophetically and cackled. "See the way the fat is spitting loniuhl'.' Something is going tu iled at her, faintly ti really believe in s. don'i you Auntie 1 :'" them. For fifty years 1 .vi i them and watched deposed manager ot the , Yan < ees ; , ., Hams, who directed the , , , , ., voice deceptively soft, "Carmen" Hams, who directed the \aii- She slopped but did not Ulnl M-'-os to thu world championship in around. ihis first year with the New York"Was the colonel's party sue-! 01 ' 8 Iast season, was handed his cesstul. Carmen?" [release yesterday. She turned slowly. Then, sullen | 'After a conference among Dan and for some reason defiant, she ' ' J-'upping. president; George Weiss, spat, "ft was very stupid." 'general manager, and Bucky Har"Was it successful'.' 1 ' Iris, it was decdied by mutual She hesitated, looking back at agreement that Harris' contract the three men with narrowed eyes as though calculating just how much she could hold out on them. Pablo said, "We must have an- nolher two hundred duros Garcia out of jail." "Let him stay where he i Carmen answered indifferently. Dancaire, with mock reproach. said. "Is that any way lor a loving to get would not be renewed. The terse announcement from the Yankee front office said: "The name of the new manager will be announced at some future date. Several candidates, not in- then, 1 i eluding any player active with the I Yankees in 10-18, are being considered." The statement eliminated— at least temporarily—the possibility wife to speak about her husband'.''' Crmen swung her castanets 'that Joe Di Maggio, Tommy Hean- with a vicious jerk. "Let him rut (rich, or Frankie Crossetti—all ac there!" Pablo grunted. "We'll tell He'll be so pleased to hear you said that." "Pleased enough to cut throat," liemoiulado said. hei tli ire iiiuuirni. .- SpiUiui; l.H ' 1 nappe) i Poiiu ly. "And v. hat ;.!:.'nil'\ V" "Tnat iei-lings will explode tu- nii'ht. You wait. You'll see." Dancaire smiled and shrugged, mumbling on through a mouthful of fried fish. "Then it is nothing to worry me, since I have no fetl- ingi:. H'is nothing to worry Pablo because he has feelings about nothing but money. It is nothing io worry Renionciudo because Re- niuiulado is a fatalist. So who is the fat spitting at tonight?" Carmen began to pull loot from hiding places in her bosom, her belt and her petticoats. Loot she had stolen at the part. She handed the tilings over to Dancaire—twcj watches, a brooch, a .stickpin. "Thi.iv, thief, you are welcome." "Is that all?" "I left the party early." She turned away abruptly, and as she turned, a bag of coins fell to the floor with a clatter from somewhere in her clothing. Carmen looked over her ^hoijl- der and then up at the men, luri- eiis, startled, that lliey bad caught her cheating. Dancaire smiled, amused. Carmen pushed the coins loward them with the toe of her slipper, as though they were bits of garbage. Then, just as suddenly changing her mind, she kicked at the money viciously. The three men wore scrambling on their hands and knees for the coins, and Reinondado said cheerfully, "Did you ever notice that t.very man who does business with j Carmen winds up grovelling 013 his knees like a mongrel dog?" (To Be Continued) — 10 a. 9:30 a. m. Say It m. Guiding Liuln. Kay Kvser.". . — 8 Y.. . . . . ABC MBS— Music. higher- dogs. live Yankee players— would be considered for the job. All have been recognized as good managerial limber, especially Crosselti, wno is regarded as a "Weiss man." Charley Dressen, coach under Harris, was considered a good possibility although Yankee officials declined to say whether Harris' resignation meant that his assistants i including Dressen) would go with him. Three managers of Yankee farm learns—Bill Akiff of the Newark i'l-ars oi Ihe International League, Jim Turner of Portland in the Pacific Coast League, and Dick Eart- eil, of Kansas City in the American Association—also were considered likely respects. Harris, meanwhile, was non-communicative about his future plans, saying only thai "J leave on frieml- jy terms and have no further com- IJ nent." '• The 51-year-old Harris, a small 'man with a big baseball brain, was j named manager of the Yankees in 'November 194U. by Larry Mac'• Phail. then head of the club. Joe i McCarthy, now boss man of the i Boston Red Sox, resigned in May j of that year. He was followed by Catcher Bill Dickey; one of the I Yankee all-time greats, who held | the job until mid-September when Johnny Neun took over as temporary leader. oe seem yu there . , The JIMMY VURMTE Show with HARRY JAMS >f- and his Music Makers SiE TEXAS IN ACYfGM /VT THE GREATEST SY&TE FAIR « SOUTHWEST* BIGOtST AUTOI.-.OtlLE SHOW... COUII71IVS fINfil NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOWS... S.tbon H;«»;«J fOULTBV. TURKU. SHEEP. SVVISE EXHIBITS . MILLION.DOLLAR MIDWAY... Glgonl.t FARM MACHINERY DiSHAT... .1 LIVING CROC PHASE EXHIIITS... 9 UXTILC. Cl'LINAKr und ANTIQUES SHOW... leoi,i;ijl PAIOWINO end Ol/ARIEU HOUSES TBSMEHDOUS SAND fESTIVAL-Z.GOO INSTRUMENTS AKT LIKI.LJTTER t«CA£>CASlS ... FfEE ACTS... SEIUANO THF PSYCHIC HOUSE .., Ctlo.M TOCO SHOW. HOWE oi.J UECTCICAL SHOW... Slate Fair ©i Texas tear 'ruuul Sbtt Vf,J, u t! iki Su

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