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Four" CLASSIFIED Ada Must Be la Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One — — HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS up to IS 45 16 to 20 60 21 to 25 75 26 to 30 90 31 (o 35 1.05 EG to 40 1.20 41 to 45 1.35 46 to 50 1.50 Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.30 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 32.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only * w 11 ^ ant Ads Casn i" Advance Not Taken Over (he Phone For Rent ROOM FURNISHED APAKT- .near Schooley's Store. Schoolcy. Phone ... Mrs. J. E. LARGE FURNISHED BEDROOM convenient to bath. Phono 4fi7. 603 West 3rd. Mrs. J. P, Owen 7-31 LARGE FRONTBEDROOM with private bath. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 684-J. 7-31 BEDROOMS, ADJOINING~"i/vrfis~ Mrs. T. E. Urrcy, 315 W. Divis- Wanted to Buy HIGHEST PRICES PAID live hens. Moore Bros. FOri 7-Gt Noftee BUY. SELL AND REPAIR makes of Sewing machines W. If. West. 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope Arkansas, j.jmo Lost BAY HORSE, WEIGHT ABOUT 900 pounds, heavy mainc and tail Star in forehead, fat. John Cunningham, Fulton, Rt. ]. 9-3t Fights Last Night New York (St. Nicholas Arena) —Rocky Caslellani, 147 1-4 Lu ion. 7-31 FURNISHED TWO ROOM APAHT- ment, electric refrigerator. Utilities paid. Phone 981-W. Mrs. Add Turner. <).;->t BROWNS' FURNISHED GARAGE apartment. Three rooms and __ bath. 131H4 West Ave. B. 9-3t. _ _ For Sale SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRae Implement Co. 21-lm BRIGGS AND, STA'roNMOTolT 2 3/4 H. P. Atkins Grocery on S.P.G. Road. 7-3t GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Sec E M Mc- WiHiams at McWilliams Seed A 9-FOOT CROSLEY SHELVE- dor refrigerator. 3 gas heaters and bedroom suite. Phone 194-.I. 9-31 SINGLE PHASE" ELKCTRIC motor, 1 H.P. in fine, shape, 3300 HPM. New Saw and Mandril ''<) ft., 3 inch belt. Phone 195-J or see at 1304 West Ave. B, Hone. Ark. ().3(, 1946 CHEVROLET 1'., TON TRUCK Good condition. Bargain for cash. With or without dump bo-lv. Can be seen at Cross Service Station. ^__ 9-31 Real Estate for SaSe 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. See Mr Tyler, 119 Cotton Row. 1-61 HOUSE LOCATED NEAR. FAIR park and Garland School. G rooms, breakfast room and new garage with room attached. Recently redecorated. $5500 Down and resume F.H.A. Loan Payments $37.49. Phone 1120. 5-01 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 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 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SEiWICE Pbone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Notice to Sweet Grov/ers Dig your potatoes now before it rains and ruins the quality. Until further notice- we offer you $50.00 per ton for No. 1 Portorican and Rcdvclvtts V/hich is $1.50 per Bu. of faO Lbs. We furnish the tr«tts and v^ant you to Bet them and grade your numbcrr outs, in the fitld and put thtm in crates as ycu pitk tlitm up. Potatoes that are put in storage must be handled without bruisincj. We pay $10.00 per ton for culls and rouyh stuff and don't care how you briny them In but be sure and yet crates for Number cues and diy them now as the prices may be lower after it rains, E. M. McWiHiams Seed Sirore Hope, Ar!i. 161. Ml. Vernon, N. Y. 7 Pa. knocked out Walter Curticr. /.erne. Carder, 161. Mt. Vernon, N. Y 7 Hollywood, Calif. — Joe Kahut 185 1-2 ' Bedford, Ore. stopped n 'y McSwain, 188 1-2, Los Ange- The tiny cinnamon teal is limited to the western part of the United .jlatcs and weighs only one pound Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 40 SUBMITTEDBY Fain 8 Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Saturday, October 9, 1948 Bucky Harris May Take Over Boston Cleveland, O., Oct. 9 — (UP)—- Thc Boston Red Sox. who have very fine luck with one ex-Yankee manager, were said today to be on the verge of replacing him with another. By mutual SPORTS IOUNDOT .. By Hugh •. FulUrton. Jr. Cleveland, Oct. 9 — UP) — A cou- Ott picked ft —At the | 's .'Diarchy in Newton Bak- secretary of head off for Washington, Oct. time of the I. W. W Birbee, Ariz, in 1017. or, President Wilson': War, was yelling his copper production. Thc constitution of the I. W. W. (Industrial Workers of the World) said: "A struggle mu:;l go on until the workers tako possession of the earth and the machinery of nr> nor IVIarse Joe McCarthy were particularly interested in keeping company with each other through the 1949 season. And at the same time it looked pic of nights ago Mell _„ , the Braves to win the World Series on the strength of their relief pitching. . .Mel had a right smart idea fact that Billy Southworth's Boston boys can't score enough runs to make their reliefers useful. . .So far, in three games, Southworth Barrett twice in mcnt. McCarthy, who did a terrific job'others nohe~a't"aYi"in a total of 9 I lowed one unearned run and the in leading the Sox to the first pen-'innings. The'catch nanl tie in American League his-] games tern.' Secretary of Labor Wilson later said that President Wilson had been very much disturbed by the I. W. W.'s interference with the production of copper. Meanwhile, Tom Mooney and warren billings had been convicted of killing a lot of people with a time bomb at a preparedness parade in San Francisco. They v;e;-e sentenced to death. Their sr-n- were lost when that the they went life in pressure JO HIT Y OF ALL ELECTED THE MEM- TO EACH rf\"t"f "•>"•'• ^V'liu THERETO: i me uioor vot that the following is hereby pro-1 copper for his X'suu as an amendment to thc world safe f n , Constitution of the State of Ar- ' a h - i - J Kansas, and upon being submitted to the electors o' the State for ap- I cra , 1 election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at "such an election, adopt such amendment the same shall become a part of the constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wit: SECTION 1. Amendment No 11 to the Constitution of the State Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: The General Assembly shall provide lor the support of common schools by general law, including an annual per capita tax of one dollar, to be assessed on every male inhabitant of this State over the age of twenty-one years; and school districts are hereby authorized to levy by a vote of the qualified electors respectively thereof an annual tax for the maintenance of schools, the erection and equipment of school buildings and the retirement of existing indebtedness, the amount of such tax to be determined in the following mannnr: Thc Board of Directors of each school district shall prepare, approve and make public not less than sixty (60) days in advance of the annual school election a proposed budget of expenditures deemed necessary to provide for the foregoin^ purposes, together with a rate of tax levy sufficient to provide the funds therefor, including the rate under any continuing levy for th? retirement of indebtedness. If g majority of the qualified voters in said school district voting in the annual school election shall approve the rate of tax so proposed by the Board of Directors, then the tax a t the rate so approved shall be collected as provided by law. In the event a majority of said qualified electors voting in said annual school election shall disapprove the proposed rate of tax, then the tax shall be collected at the rate approved in the last proceeding annual school election. Provided, that no such tax shall be appropriated for any other purpose nor to any other district than that for which it is levied. Filed in the office of the Secretary of State on the 28lh day oi March, 1947. Witness my hand and the seal of office on this the 12th day of April, J- J'iO, C. G. HALL. Secretary of State. May 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 2f) July 3, 10, 17. 24, 31. Aug. 7, 14, 21. 28, Sept. 4, 11. 18, 25. Oct. 2. 9, 16, 23, 30. FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tlla ROY ALLISON Phono 280 LET FOY DO IT • Love) yards « DlQ Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lota • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut 8t REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-70^3 (phone collect) If No Answer Diul 3-5770 tcnces were commuted to prison under political ,,._.,.„... ^ from Russia applied through Washington. Finally they were released from prison, although they were still legally guilty of thc slaughter. Theodore Roosevelt tore into Felix Frankfurter. He .said he had failed to disclose material information about thc Bisbec deportations in his report to President Wilson. The Bisbee sheriff, Harry C. Wheeler, elected by thc labor vote, justified his deportation of about 1,100 men on the ground thathe had a statutory power and duty to use all necessary force in the presence of a threat t o thc peace. Most of them wore Mexican villistas and German and Austrian enemy aliens. Woodrow Wilson's heart bled for tho 'labor vote," but he wanted war to make the' after the sheriff and his' do'puii/cd vigilantes had shipped the Anover into the desert at . N. M., in boxcars, President Wilson took a very sanctimonious view of the outrage. The other Wilson, the secretary of Labor, was put up to the stupid mistake of comparing this deportation to thc deportations of Belgian and French women, children and male crocks from their ancient homes by thc German invaders I That made the sheriff good and sore, after he had made it possible to produce the copper for Woodrow. Sheriff Wheeler slammed this hypocrisy right back. Most of the deportees from Bisbee were strangers, not home-loving patriots being dispossessed, and 80 per cent were enemy aliens. The Bisbee deportation was executed by the resident people and the dep'ortces were invaders and able-bodied males, mainly riotous roughnecks manage to beat the Indians in the playoff game that would have put his club into the World Series. The Red Sox high command figured that he did an excellent job- under the circumstances. But it is no secret (hat McCarthy an irascible sort of person who frets with himself, with his players, his bosses and with newspapermen, had an unhappy year in Boston. McCarthy, of course, can come back if he wants to, and if the Red box want him to. His contract has another year to run. Lakefront Lisps TommV Holmes So in to Seek Second Win of Series By JACK HAND Cleveland. Oct. 9 — (/p, _ j onn . ny Sam, the curve-ballins right- hander of the Boston Braves, is tnc key man of the World Scries as die dubs go into today's fourth gcjirie with Cleveland holding a 2-1 u-,, r^ n"' " ~ r '-""M^^i^r of Bobby Feller in the opener, can stop the Tribe again, this may turn out to be a long drawn out seven-game marathon. If Sain fails. Cleveland is expected to rack up the National Leaguers by Sunday night. Manager Lou Boudreau of Cleve- is shooting Steve Gromck, turned down a exhibition — •—" b od semipro club, the Bushwicks. . Report here says that Bill Klem definitely is through as supervisor of National League umpires. A matter of money. . .The Red Sox Bob Sturgeon, a late-season arrival who started out with the Cubs last spring, warned the Braves about that pickoff play at second, which had been successful twice against Chicago in spring games. The warning didn't help a bit. Cleaning the Cuff 0 Trainer Freddie Fierro, who reports that Billy Conn has been Irainms assiduously for a comeback, thinks Conn will be ready to fight before November. . The Pi rates' Bill Meyer is plugging Danny Murtaugh as the best second baseman in baseball. That's okay as long as nobody argues that Lou Boudreau isn't thc best shortstop Southwest Eyes Baylor and Arkansas New York, Oct. 9 -Wl—Most of I' 1 ,? tfynamite is packed in the i.liddle West as college football continues to separate the men from the boys today in hysterical After Felix 'Frankfurter had done his stuff as counsel for a "mediation commission," he wrote a report which Theodore Roosevelt attacked. On Dec. 19, 1917 T R wrote to Frankfurter that "you arc taking on behalf of the administration an attitude which seems to me to be fundamentally that of Trotsky and other Bolshevik! leaders in Russia. Your report on the Bisbee deportahonisas th oroughly mis - deportalion is as thoroughly mis- loading a document as co'ukl be written on the subject. No official writing on behalf of thc president] is to be excused for failure to know and clearly to set forth that thc I. W. W. is a criminal organization. To ignore the fact that a movement such as its members made into Bisbee is made with criminal intent is as foolish as for a New land whom he describes as" "my" fourth stadia from" coastTo" coast'' best pitcher," against Sain. If Sain comes up with ' ".in the game that may de- not iV^-mine tl ?e ultimate Western Con- another i At Evanston, 111., powerized Minnesota and Northwestern crack heads {Same like the four-hitter he thro against Feller, the Indians are no.! going to beat him-— not even in I ference champion and ~n nrn P nc park bt -'*°re another big Bowl b 'd. 'ii.uiio plus crowd, in that event Cleveland still will have Feller, t0 80 in After Bcardens' neat job, Man" choice afford .. o _ best-oi-seven son. The |about but about the matter. He can't to get too far back in this series. So naturally -_ and winner m the regular sea- Braves are a long shot of 4 to 1 to win the series now ' . u he is coming back with his ace the Rose At . Champaign, the mini are primed to force an answer to the York policeman to when tho Whyo with guns and ignore the fact gang assembles knives it is with criminal intent. The president is be excused if he ignores the fact, for, of course, he knows all about it. "When no efficient means are employed to guard well-behaved citizens from the most brutal kind of lawlessness, it is inevitable that those citizens shall try to }__ i ji . -»• v, «Jv.iJt;o 11 u W oiu tlie price around these parts on 1°^^. Sain-Gromok duel P s abom even money. Southworth, still fruiously ter-imnding to counter mas- opposing opposng Pi chmg, again will bring back hi! leithandcd hitters to face Gromek mu/h r r« Chmg hasn<t made tDO much difference. Bases on balls ruined Bickford in yesterday s game along with continued jittery infield play No matter what Bickford did he UdaVCfn " , f . his first scries start tou « h appeared to as just s another game on his rookie season ihe 28-year-old knuckle ball - c-.ucker Plates themselves. When the president either personally or by representative imeaning Frankftirton, rebukes the men who defend themselves it is necessary sharply to point out that far heavier blame attaches to the authorities who fail to give the needed protection, and up to the investigators (aeain Frankfurter) who fail to point 'out he criminal character of the organization against which the decent citizens have taken action. Here .you are engaged in excusing men precisely like tiie Bolshevik! n Russia who are murderers and encouragers of murder, who are rjiitors to their allies, to demoe- acy and to civilization and whose lets are nevertheless ,-miilo<>iv.>H who carries aluminum his head and leg as the the against ^truck out four. Bo'sTo^ never had more than one hit in the same inn- tho' l/' rr f ° Urth and thc seventh he leacloff man singled, but was erased in a double play. "''"' !s just one side of the :ir the ex-New York ri , T f . H ™ hand u ' ho camn' to Cleveland late in 19-16. He oinoed out two of his teams five hit" IU " proud son of Lexa. "Ark against the right field' the third and scored the Y n-,1 ' doubled question just how loaded is Armv? And at LaFayette, Ind., Michigan, the Big Nine's unbeaten champion of 1947, puts its imposing victory string on the line against a Purdue team that stood up and swapped blows with Notre Dame before bowing 28-27. Notre Dame's Irish have no setup themselves, playing at home against Michigan State, which showed it could get frisky in its opening game with Michigan. These wrangles, jammed in a compact two-state area, headline a day's program that otherwise tends toward strictly sectional in- The South bids for attention with the important Southern Confer- once contest between North Caro- Forcst ° n thc While Southern Meathodist's con- lerence champs are invading Missouri, the Southwest spotlight plays on the intra-league fray between unbeaten Arkansas and dangerous Baylor at Fayetteville, Ark. The West Coast presents a pair oi interscctional clashes that offer interesting possibilities. California s Golden Bears, rated the best in the Pacific area, are host to Wisconsin, victor over Illinois week. Southern California tains the Rice Owls. In the East, Pennsylvania, un- Ivy league champion of plays Princeton at Philadcl- nnri TI 9'°! umbia 80QS to Yale and Harvard to Cornell. engages Iowa State in MU faevcn headliner. Kentucky Georgia line up in the best game in the Southeastern Confcr- last enter- -Tnri and .nm-ked Bickford out of tho box A i.vi r ,, K , en Kcllncr and singles by Kckl e Robinson and Jim Heg.in produced a run before Bear'lJn's ""u-n w°- ie n loar ' ecl the bases . ^ Bill Vuiselle, old ",%"' O f the '"cm re-He? job'^'he 'wa? ?£ ce Frankfurter put the finger on his Mix own jugular in his reply. Referring to the Mooni/Y-nilliiU's affair, lie blandly admitted that "the attention of this iWilson'si government was directed to the alleged perversion of justice in these cases, through lius>ia." That was true. When the Bol-he- vik revolution exploded, in October 1917. bricks sailed through the window of the American embassy in IVtrograd. David H. 1 the ambassador, heard was the only hit after Red Barrett finished a no-hit inning ;is t j !e third B pitcher. The 7i).30(i crowd was low oxpectations. but it "I'd $345,014.47 for sini;] Jraves a little be- paid a rec- -• yame rein which the FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or moke your old one into Q comfortable inneripring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 the mob shouting: "l-'dee Tom Mooney." A few rhiys 1,-iter. Georjc Creel, commanding the I'.ovein- nient's propaganda machine, gut a cable from Francis asking: "Who is Tom Mooney?" Mr. Creel said years later that President Wilson deliberately prevented the punishment of two murderers as .'in art in appeasement of the Trotsky Communists in Petrograd. He hoped to induce Trotsky and Lenin to keep up a Russian from against Die German.-. and thus keep (jeriiian division- of! our weslein 1'ioiit in rVaiuv. Wil-on's appeasement failed, but Frankhir- iter jnvou.s!y fell in with the surrounding propaganda which iia.i it (thai "social 1'uuvs" may Railroads to Baseball In Vanderbilt, socked Duquesne feature night R ames ' M°,' 0n n tmV f rSity u cdfied ColWtc.' 14-13, Detroit smothered San Francisco - .Richmond down 0°wl cisco, 40-7; .Richmond beat Furman, 7-0 and Villanova rallied to Miami 19-10 in the Orange before 42,827 largest crowd in 'Florida* " r ° BUlar SC! ' S ° n «" mc Midu' l . 0p Tgamcs tc> da.v include: Midwest— Texas Christian at Indiana Iowa at Ohio state, St Lou s Tulsn IarciUL ' tl0 ' Toxas at Tulsa South— Texas A. and M. at LSU - V; i!' dc '-biU at Mississippi arolina at Tulane r West— Santa Clara' at Stan- Olc eon SnH South I-a ' Ol ; c eon at Idaho. Washinton r ^ P ! a "2' Washington at ;, Mi-'-' T U r? n , d at ° reeon St: ' u '- bidska at Colorado, Utah M si-,i, , state at or a do, Young Wyoming. Utah at Idaho . rn '. e t e r in ••doiibh.-hcjKlor" wliii-h we usi- tu moan two base- i.iall yumes. originated with raii- ruaduiH, where it meant two i HOUR'S on a single irain. • 'i IvUhbia to ihi '1 o me that in tolerate nuiidei ^o.'iinainisis in the United St : .,tes to 'Miam pohm-al effects in Cuinmu- country. •"n* thut he might and anarchy by Hi.sbei- iK-porliilioii in s-'imihu vein but direct oijeisanee l Hie bi,tellers in I -i .11, v, IIOM- political heir I .-nice have riled American .- ivlaUim.-; to help Russia. 1 ie u rites ueliberalelv But ay was thai 1 H:.-. j.H-i;-intent i justice." r lo:-' Ie his wilh- > the Peiru- ever domes- Texarkanian in Playoff for Golf Title Texarkana. Oct. !1 — (.!p, _ nt,. r] •Ind' riBi ''- v ,r a «'-''-son of IVxarkana" ..ind defending champion Ross Mc- Daoe of Shreveport. La., paced (he champK.nship flight into the round of the Four " golf tournament Patterson shot 72 for medalist honors yesterday. McOad quired to qualify, fired Saturday p.m., Oct. 9 2:15 Football game: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Tavlor Univ. Bears 5:00 Take a Number—M 5:30 True or False—M 6:00 News, 5-Star Final 6:15 The Week in Sports 6:30 Robert Hurleigh—M 6:4o Mel Allen, Sportscast—M 7:00 Twenty Questions—M 7:30 Leave it to the Girls—M 7:55 Stars on the Horizon 8:00 Life Bebins at 80—M 8:30 What's thc Name of that Song—M 9:00 Chicago Theatre of Air—M 10:00 Korn-s a Krackin'-M 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch —M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off Sunday a.m., Oct. 10 6:58 Sign On 7:00 Lew White Organ Melodies 7:30 Hymn Time 7:45 Four Knights 8:00 Unity's Gospel Hour 8:30 Church News of the Air 8:45 Silver Strings 8:55 News, First Edition 9:00 Rock of Ages Broadcast 9:30 Voice of Prophecy—M 10:00 Radio Bible Class i,n° R ?viewing Stand—M 11:00 First Methodist Church Sunday p.m., Oct. 10 12:00 World Scries—M 1:55 Saenger Preview 2:00 Gospel Hour 2:30 Music for Sunday 3:00 House of Mystery—M V 3 r? n True Dctcctiv e Mysteries—M 4:00 Friday Music Club 4:30 Quick As a Flash—M o:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 Nick Carte:—M 6:00 Sherlock Holmes—M 6:30 Roy Rogers' Show—M 7:00 A. L. Alexander—M 7:30 It's a Living—M 8:00 Secret Mission—M 8:30 Jimrnie Fidler—M 8:45 Twin Views of the News—M 9:00 Voices of Strings—M 9:30 Symphony in Miniature 10:00 William Hillman—M 10:15 Noro Morales Orch —M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Monday a.m., Oct. 11 5:57 Sign On 6:00 Songs by Sinclair 6:15 Morning Musicale 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 Heatter's Mailbaa —M 10:45 Minute Quiz—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Luncheon at Sardi's—J£ 11:45 News, Home Edition Monday p.m., Oct. 11 11:55 World Series 2:00 Queen foi- a Dav— i,t 2:30 Heart's Desire—M 3:00 Vocal Varieties 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 Meet the Band 3.-45 Two-Ton Baker—M 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 Guest Star 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 Edition 0:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 7:55 To Be Announced 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsrcel—M 8:30 The Atom and You—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Fishing & Hunting Club—M 0:30 Michael Zarron's Orch — M 9:45 Tom Grant's Orch —M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Neil Goldcn's Orch.—M 10:30 Freddie Martin's Orch M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign-Off „-_.__---. - r- Q - . .. . Top Radio Programs 9 —(/?>—On Sal- Tigers ReaHy for Malvern Here Tonight The Yerger High School Tigers went through a long signal drill yesterday afternoon after which they were later declared to be ready for Saturday night's 8:30 clash with a strong Malvern team. Yerger will be playing her first homo state team of the year when she meets the strong Malvern eleven in a game that promises to be exciting. j • •'; A section of the stadium will: be reserved ior white" Tans. '"' Football By The Associated Press Eastern Standard Time Army vs. Illinois —NBC, CBS and ABC 2:45 p. m. from Champaign, 111. Iowa vs. Ohio State — MBS approximately 3:30 p. m. from Columbus, Ohio, or at the conclusion of the World Scries brodcast which is scheduled to start at 12:45 p. m. By The Associated Press East: Penn State 34 Syracuse 14. Boston Univ 14 Colgate 13. South: Alabama 48 Duquesne 6. Villanova 19 Miami (Fla) 10. Midwest: Detroit 40 San Francisco 7. Wichita 21 Drake 20. Xavier 47 Louisville 26. Dubuque 40 Wisconsin Tech 0 East Central Okla State 12 College of Ozarks 0. Northwestern Okla 31 Northeastern Okla 2. Kearney Tchrs 14 Nebraska Weslcyan 6. Far West: Utah State 22 Arizona State (Tempo) 17. Colorado A & M 14 Denver 10 Western (Colo) State 2G Colorado College 0. Colorado State 13 Colorado Mines 6. Lewis Gives Neutrals Seek Continued From Page One the real nature of this problem." On another front Argentina and Bolivia were reported leading a quiet move to relax the U. N. boycott of Franco Spain. Peru, thc Domincan Republic, Nicaragua and Paraguay were said to ha'A joined in thc plan but Venezuefci and Mexico were understood to be opposed. Marshall and ; Continued From • Page OiiH i bee,!! 1 . abandoned . if it. -ever iwaSI given serious consideration.'' "j ~j ' In the group of officials 'at I tho) airport to greet Mai'sKaTl'"iWTr!f Undersecretary of I State | Robert Lovctt. • "•• -j--~|"'-f.--4 Marshall's plane nrfived, bye* the airport' about 10 i; 'mirrates'-*-'be* fore the president .reached the field from, his train, r Tbe',,'Wlarshall plane circled overhe'a'd 'iih.t'il' 'Mr. Truman could arrive. •' : o : — — Daily Bread Continued From Page One And to bo practical about it, such a motive would play into Communist hands. Already the Amcrcian branch has exploiter*, thc Koch incident by saying that we are smearing tho Reds and coddling the Nazis. A policy of softness toward the Germans is, we believe, as ill- advised and could be as damaging as a similar policy toward thc Russian government. M&A Line Gets Brief Reprieve Cincinnatil Oct. B —(,T>i— John L Lewis indirectly endorsed Republican pr e s i dc ntial candidate Thomas E, Dcwev today and called for a "holiday" so the miners could vote on Nov. 2. In a long resolution on political action, reviewing Lewis' criticism of President Truman, a special committee declared that: "As to thc other major party candidates for president of the Jnitod States, we can only say hat, to our knowledge, he has icver uttered any statements that •eflcct upon the integrity or the objectives of the United Mine Workers of America, or its officers or its members. "It is our opinion that the UMW s not departing from its political johcy or its constitutional provisions by placing this factual information before you (the convention I for consideration. "We are satisfied that the members of the United Mine Workers their wives and dependents can be relied upon to protect their country, their homes and their union The resolution was adopted bv a voice, but it was not accepted unanimously. Before acting on it. the delegates were told by Vice-president Tom Kennedy to "let your conscience be your guide on Nov. 2." ^ The committee proposed that "in order to implement and effectuate this policy, your committee further recommends that on election day, Nov. 2, 1948, (which is a legal holiday in many states) operations in the coal industry shall be suspended, with thc provfso that all necessary maintenance men shall not be affected thereby." Lewis, in his opening speech to thc convention last Tuesday, assailed Mr. Truman, but made no reference to Dewey or to the president's Republican opponent indirectly.- The resolution for thc first time offered the miners some declaration of political positions. It did not mention Dewey's name. The coal industry earlier was on notice that Lewis has another ma- Theater Guild "Music in the Air " MBS—2:30 Juvenile Jury; 4 The Shadow; 8 Secret Mission, 9 Voices of Strings; 9:30 Clary's Gazette Finale. Little Rock, Oct. 8 —Iff)— Tho Missouri and Arkansas railroad from Helena Ark., to Joplin, Mo., is legally junk by authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission. But interested parties along its 335 miles continued to hold faint hopes that it may eventually again become a going concern. The ICC, which authorized trn M. & A.'s abandonment effective? today, took no action yesterday on a request of Senator's Fulbright and McCleilan of Arkansas for time to permit interested parties to argue the case before the entire commission. Chairman William E. Lee. who received the request ycstcrsay, said there was no opportunity i'o take any action before today. Section four of the commission—composed of three members—authorized the abandonment. A division four member. Charlifjt D. Mahaffic, however, told newsmen that, the abandonment order was permissive and not mandatory, and that it was his understanding that Arkansas Federal courts still had jurisdiction over the system. Meanwhile, plans to take definite steps toward reopening thc line, or parts of it, were being made. And Federal Judge John E. Miller said he would call in receivers of thc road to discuss the situation when i 1 £~ re( ; clvc]s an of£idal copy of tbK. JCC abandonment order. "fy jor contract aim for the near fu f U1 ' c r a sha rc-thc-work program for lean years. • J ^n W i S1discIoscd his Goal to the. .J.OOO delegates to the United Mine Workers convetnion. He said it already was being tried out on a small scale in the anthracite field But he could not get his job stabilization plan across in the soil coal industry up to now, "simply because there is no national leadership in the bituminous indus-' Nevertheless, he added, if conditions get so tough—in the event of a dopresson—that the stability ?rJ no contr act is threatened, "the UM\\ itself may find it necessary to advise our members how many days a week they need to work " ."Wo have that contractiiral right, he .said, "because thc contracts are written to permit that " the last two contracts have provided the diggers will work onl- when "able and willing." The pres'4 cut pact expires next June 30 -I his stabilization of employment he said, "is a matter of self-preservation for our mine workers- it is a matter of self-preservation'for the mvestors in the industry." "So next year, in 1949 or at any time, when evil days come upon this industry, you wilf find the United Mine 'Workers moving in and if there arc only three days' work in this industry we will all have three days' work." Screen Star AnHtver fo I'rpvlouo I'uzr.le , -- iirst states amateur here today. e. not rc- - a 71 prac- !hc par ,'3 course, today's first llvinhdt - 1 D:il - . >~iuwi nnpcies. Dal- McCarthy 7:30 Billic Rose v.-ith imni.v Uwvell, Walnut Fred Allen 8:3U Music Alburn- y-yti vs Huyh CariH-nter, IHurace Heidt. ' tiee round on Pairings in 'Hatches were ue v x,: Ji Ark.. Texaikanu Karl (looker , lyx.. v.s Dick Martin. Dallas l.iiieH. Shrevcpon. vs Aubrey '"-•r. Texai-kaiia: Patterson vs. rv Robinson, 'iVxarkanu • A I'oi'biii. Dalla.-,. vs R T Shevcpurt Slll'eVeli New York, Get urday night list: NBC—C: 30 Vic Da mono show Hit Parade; 8:30 Judy Canova. Dennis Day. CBS—7 Sing it Again; « ner Take All. new time; !!; Pays To Be Ignorant; 9:30 nunity Chest drama. ABC—7 Johnny Fletcher 7:30 Amazing Malone; 8-Gati ters; 9 Whiz Quiz HocSown. . MBS—7:30 Stop HORIZONTAL 1,9 Pictured screen actress 13 Radiated 14 Artist's frame 15 Be seated 16 Pedagogue 18 Lamprey G Followers 7 Surrender 8 First man 9 Musical note 10 On the ocean 11 Retain 12 Cloth measures 14 And (Latin) skit; Bus- 19 Woody plant 17 Symbol for 21 Half (prefix) nickel 20 Lured 22 Whimsey 22 Head covers 23 Names (ab.) 25 Rough lava i 24 Birds' homes 26 Petty malice 29 Garden tool Name of Krackin' . Me the Soni>; 1U Korn's U::iO Hayloft Gags Sunday: NBC—1:30 cry in "An p. in. Geo, American Moult Tragec round 13 Quiz Kids; -4 Community'Client program G Jack Benny; 7 Charlie! 13 n. });<!•- Jcr- H Hall ilDIJllf McGoil.'t'iill . Bill Clark. Tvx'ar- -il Collum, Ki Dora- le'.cne Keelicy, TeX- j CBS—1 Festival of Si ;Sl;vway to Stars. Henry j-'j Robert Taylor in "1. •Home:" ti Gem- Auirv: j Spade: i! Helen Hayes 11:30 Our Miss Brooks" !) Abner. ABC—1:3U Mr. Presid 2:30 Treasury Bap. Spy; ,•>::;{) Grr-iili--. 1 the House; 7 i>K<i) 25 Flower 26 Seaport (ab.) 33 French capital 27 Golf term 34 Attempter 28 Man'? name 35 Brochure 36 Sea duck 37 Electrical unit 38 Red Cross (ab.) 39 Footless animal 42 East Indian woody vine 46 Heroic 50 Tear 51 Ideal state 52 Man's name 54 Approaches 56 Fragments 58 Shield bearing 59 Steel crossbow VERTICAL, 1 Waistcoat 2 Prince 30 Help 47 Window glass 31 English river 48 Devotees 32 Go astray 39 Italian river 40 Wharf 41 Gem 49 She has been in _many roles 51 We 42 On time (ab.) 52 Collection of 43 Girl's name 44 Mimicker 45 Tree part sayings 55 Of the.thing 57 Morindin dye Z8 3 Ratio 4 Preposition 5 Shoi t ilct-p 50 58 [45 tt. 18 57 10 sTTrnrit 153 Ifc

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