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Page Four HOPE STAR, ft OPE, ARKANSAS Ada Must Be In Office Day Before Publication SIx One Up to 15 . 16 to 20 ... 21 to 25 .. 28 to 30 ... 31 to 35 ... 86 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 D - yS D - ay - s Month .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.90 2.!iO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 .. Rates are for"continuous -. <„ ,,r Insertions Only t * A" Want Ads Casn in Advance •.Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent FURNISHED TWO ROOM APART- riierit, electric refrigerator. Utilities .paid. Phone 98V\V. Mri Add Turner. '•'• • , g. 3t Wanted to Buy live hens. Moore Ai Bros. FOR ,7-fit BROWNS' FURNISH ED. G A R A~CK apartment. Throe - rooms and bath. 1311% West AVC; .B, 9.31 2- • 3- R O O M apartments, near i tfchb Store. Phone 38-F-l], 'Mrs. Schoolcy. I': < :•:.: THREE ROOM FURNIs7l"i5 apartment. Private bath, Utilities paid. 208 South Boriner Street. Phone 588-W. ••'••, <' 12-31 Real Estate for Sale HOUSE Ix5cAT"EFl?EAR~ park and Garland School G rooms, break-fast room and new Karage with room attached Recently r.decorated $1500 Down and resume; F.II.A. Loan Payments ?37.4i). Phone lr'o' __ _ 5-Gt MODERN fi ROOM HOUSF~VVrm natural ga.s. Lots of si We trees i shrubbery, hardwood floors ahont JJ ,-icros of Jand. -.'ond barn and orchard. !>,{, miles from Courthouse on Spring Hill ,-oad See I- ranklm and Cassidy, Phone . J "' } - . 12-31. Lost- or Strayed 3 ROOM APARTMENT,'PRIVATE bath..All bills paid. 222 Ka'sl Ave. B, Phone 1134-J. - 12-31 For Sale SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRae Implement Co. 21-1m GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M McWilliams at McWilJiams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo A 9-FOOT CROSLEYSHELVlF. dor refrigerator, 3 gas heaters and bedroom suite. Phone 194-J 9-31 SINGLE PHASE ELECTRIC motor, 1 H.P. in fine shape, 3500 RPM. New Saw and Mandril 20 I ft., 3 inch belt. Phone 195-J or see-at 1304 West Ave. B, Hope Ark. g. 3 { BLACK MARE, WEIGHT li% stocking foot, 9 years old. Roach mane, scar in forehead For information call J. B. Gaines, South fclm at West 13th Street, si0 reward for return. re 11-M Lost BAY HORSE,.WEIGHT ABOUT 000 pounds, heavy maim: and tail Star in forehead, fat. John Cunningham, Fulton, Rt. 1. g'st ONE BLACK MARE MULE SCAR ?000 rig ounds nd 10K ' Wei «' h * abol 't Williams, Hope, R^l,'^o^'io'l 1 ' Jl-31 BILLFOLD AT "'WATER AND Light plant office. Return to Hope Star. Reward. Mrs T B J.'en wick, Phone I9fi-W. 12-31 By Wesrbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. re- yrealer for that rea- to say nothing of others. . New York, Oct. I] —A journalist who tried to depict the .structure and reveal (he character of J'tlix Frankfurter's; "invisible government" enjoys -a : freedom like mat of a Congressional committee.m: may select information hcrci JUKI there and piece it. together. Lut he dons nut have Congressional immunity, so- his • sr-ncc' ' of sponsibility is son alon The American free press has accomplished many groat reforms m this way. Most of the crusades i were directed against corruption ») government and many of them were put through against the opposition of crooked prosecutors and courts. It is very well to say that all inese inquiries should be made under juridical conditions. But observe the conduct of the Department of Justice in mauling and Charles, Mintz Battle for Right to Meet Louis Pittsburgh, Oct. 12. — (UP) — Jake Mintz, manager of heavyweight Ezzard Charles, said today he had matched his fighter with Joe Baksi for a bout at Madison .Square Garden on Dec. 10 and that the winner would fight Joe Louis in a title bout next June. Tuesday, October 12, 1948 By Hugh A, Pullerton. Jr. Boston, Oct. 12 — UP! Series afterthoughts: In World retro destroying the case n the federal court against crooks and Die I'ecler- aUoi ' noy ' s ollic ' e in The Department, of Justice is dc- 2 n $ ng w (!lt1 by KL 'PP>'essing prosecution. Would you condemn the ournalistic method in this ind hand over the whole he guilty people who chinery of the gr courts? Again (his week the Hope Bob- -ai.s lay a perfect record on the "• Jiue in a game with thc Texarkana Lou Ra/.orbacks that really "counts" if the local boys have hopes of taking i°v ."• P;. 18 . 1 sharing a part of the Dislnet 7-AA cro\vn. A loss for Texarkana would vir- specl, the outstanding feature of the 1948 series was Bill Stewart's knack of being in the spot where he had to call thc toughest decisions-. . . .Even in yesterday's final game, it was Bill'who started to call Bob Elliott put at first, only to change his 1 gesture when Eddie Robinson dropped thc ball. And a moment later Stewart called a bail? on Bob Lemon — and the Indians didn't kick. . .Maybe some of I he pressure had been taken off Bill when Bill Grieve called that .jiilk against Satchell Paige Sunday. . . .The players still were arguing before yesterday's game whether Satch's finger-wiggling constitutes a balk. . .The '• Braves' Mike McCormick maintained: "We were hollering about- it. Paige balked on every pitch". . But Bouclreau and Bill McKechnic contended the balk rule covers efforts to deceive the runner ' and that thc runner couldn't see Paige's wiggle. Yergerto Play at Pine Bluff Montreal Wins lit lie Series for Third Time ' C lunlly eliminate them as a title <.•«„tender as they already have drooped a close decision to Camden So the Porkers ' tice sessions. The visitors arc drilling dnily in 'Tl ' *R( nn_I-frti-ii~i" n vq f» what is termed "Stop-Hope will be out to get case mess to run the ma- jUI ' ics nnd thc My p jfurtcr ( thod J94G CHEVROLET l'/ 2 TON TRUCK Good condition. Bargain for cash With or without dump body. Can be seen at Cross Service Station . 9-3t DUPLEX APARTMENT. EACH unit with 5 rooms. Screono.'d porch. Garage with storage space. Good location. Owner leaving town. Phone 194-J. li-Ot CUSHMEN MOTOR SCOOTER also Lalonia 26 inch bicycle. Boih practically new and priced right Jack Strickland, 905 South Elm. 11 -Cl Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. \-\mo WHITE MALE CAT, WEARING • rod leather collar. Answers to '.name TAFFY. Mrs. Clarence Baker, Phone 823-W. 12 3t Traffic Mishaps Bring Dectfh of 3 in Arkansas By The Associated Press irafiic mishaps in Arkansas have claimed tho lives of at least three persons so " of the Frank- 4 , s the journalistic rather than the juridical, nut it is conscientious and truthful. Rccenlly I cited an article from r-Vi U1 r N ,V, W , York P a Pei' called the Catholic Worker wherein the r r ---- --- * iiiii |JV, ULIL HJ JIL.L tope as they did last season about this time. n tey have a team capable of doing just that. The Ponier line is rated about tops in he loop and is thc biggest. The Hope forwards have been break loose able so gone to Shower Looked Bad Thc threat of rain was on everybody's mind before yesterday's game and in the Cleveland dugout someone (a Boston man, no doubt) suggested to Bouclreau: "I will be two days of rain, then two days of Sain. . .Lou winced. "That would be rough," he replied. "It probably would drive me in-Sain." High Sch001 1 he originally sched- here in Hope ' tiled to be played but because of Merrill bein« unable to play any night other^than Friday night this week the game has been moved to Pine Bluff Plans are being made to transport Yerger boosters to Pine B iff All persons who plan to make the trip should contact N. M. Brown Principal, Yerger High School DalU up thc backs season but have not against a .line as tough as the Porkers an /indication (hat the score rn.ay.be low. Play of the Bobcats looked con- Mdcrably better last weekend in 1st recoiled thalJ,rYD3Vh;raUen^!ed •fS^ rU "S n ^' Russ ? U - c °» v <^ Daily Rumor Dep't If Bill Vceck leaves the,-Indians far this — and some folks believe that will follow the series just, like _ Larry as, far this week. There also has been one homicide and a possible drowning A man identified tentatively as Horace E. Tomlinson. 44, an ' em- ploye of the U. S. Engineers, was injured fatally when his automobile crashed into a truck near har- nson, Ark., last (Monday) night. The auto struck the truck when the drivci |formerly a lecturer at Harvard i and a contemporary of Frankfurter on the faculty. I cited routine references to Laski in the New York limes as an apologist of I communism. I reported that he t > ad lost a suit, in England which "n the question whether he tin ned unoccupied apparently f „ , ------- eny fell asleep at the wheel, Arkansas state Police Tn other said. accident ., the homicide occurred deaths and . .... _ -,-- previously. Little Rock police were in- ves igatmg n report that an uni- cicntilicd young woman drowned Arkansas river. At the in No. LegoHjotice WARNING ORDER 6813 In the Chancery Court ol Hempstead County, Ark C.^E. NICHOLS Plaintiff REBECCA CLARK, ET AL Defendant mm end to guard to • the c game from the sidelines, .Vet a justice, introduced Laski "to ine Boston audience in a way "that seemed very significant to 'tis He declared that the day that he ooked forward to in the year with the most joy was the day when [quote further from this editori- oeeause it bears on the under discussion: points Call 129 or 806 (nights) House WIrFng, Repairs op 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 SERVICE Phone 1280 N '9hts and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Notice to Sweet Potato Growers Dig your potatoes now before i M"\ S an(J ruins U)e quality. Until further notice we offer you $50.00 per ton for No Portoncan and Redvelvets, yvh!ch is $1.50 per Bu. of CO Lbs. We furnish the crates and want you to ae t them and £[ ,• ^S ur nur "ber ones in the field and put them in crates as you pick them up. Potatoes that are put in storage must be handled without bruising. We pay $10.00 per ton for culls and rough stuff and don t care how you bring them in but be sure and get cratts for Number ones and dig them now as the prices may be lower after it rains. E. M, MeWWiams Seed Store Hope, Ark. "Now when you realize that Mr, J 1 ranklurter had tho jvnnt'iti^in ^..' i-in;,-,rt 4t i ' Jcpuiaiion tor being the advisor to certain nor ons in Washington, you can well have understood our added interest advis S m-!" ne t0 thiS adViB ° r to lhe "Coining events certainly were casting their shadows before them Hall lorums were then being .. ...-, of Russian parents a tur bulent picket-line radical and tenons confidenti; Roosevelt mys- Nichols, his wircV""Mj-. "ainl Mrs Howard Nichols arc warned lo au pear in this court within thirty day; and the sea ay of Octob0 ' Witness my hand 1948 C ° Urt th ' S U d C. E. WEAVER, Clerk (SEAL) 5 ' 7 ° mel ' a Evans ' D ' C " Oct. 12, 19, 20, Nov 2 Legal Notice NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that the county Supervisor of Hempstead County, has called an election to be M if, 11 Was huiKlon School District No. u ot Hempstead County, on the 10 day of Nov., HM[j a ( which the qualiiied electors in said SchooJ District shall vote on the question of a loan from the Revolving Loan I'uml and the levying of a special tax ol one (1) mill annually on the mvn SSf i v:lh ' alio;1 . 1 of thc ' taxable pioperty in tho district so Ion- as is necessary to repay said loan'and the nterest thereon. Such election shal be held at Washington School on the 10 day of Nov., I'J.JB between finn h °i ll \? r2:0ll)ol j ;1lock ! '- M. and u..M P. M. and otherwise in the same manner as is provided by law t01 imn c i'?^4 lnnual - sch001 elections Oct , 1948 my ha " d UlLS 4 day ()f E. R. Brown County Supervisor p Hempstead County Oct. FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber TII B ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT « Level yards « Dig Post Holes » Plovy Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work, MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St "That night, Mr. Laski told his audience that he wished to speak to them of a vision he had had of a place called the United States of England. (Loud laughter). The supreme court of this co ' • n cc ," t ! y donc certain IJeahsh things to that in his vision he had' ••nobs rising up against the lawyers of this country in the 11,'nf' ( i rhc ,""J b ? wcrc so enraged that they had hung the chief .... ! the supreme court." While this may seem to hav been silly talk by ; , lecturer serious pretensions who had b embraced by Felix Frankfurter un-Ncw l Roose- s ' lj d seen e,.pcctcd to improve with each contest. However, the loss of Sam will certainly hurt the Cats. Coaches Tollett and Martin arc- working frantically lo devise plays ,p break thc Hope backs through n? e t, ty , P ° rkcr line ' Regardless of thc outcome this week's game toughest of MacPhail's departure last fall he may move to Los.! —A — 6 Bill would be just the man to] carry the major league ballyhoo, 'from the West Coast ' "i ' Tex., Oct. 12 —(/P)— Arout in front in South- Conference team offense and defense statistics. , T .!] e Porkers have rolled up 1,396 ; —103 yards s—and Montreal, Oct. 12 —yr>)— For the second time in three years the Montreal Royals are Little World Series champions. The International League pennant winners clinched the crown yesterday with a 7-2 victory over St. Paul of the American Association. ' It .five games series. It was also the second little series success for Montreal Manager Clay Hopper, who guided the Royals when they defeated the Louisville Colonels in 1940. Both Montreal and St. Paul was their fourth triumph in of the best-of-soven Brooklyn farm clubs. are Oscar Grimes -was the hero of JWrittial BROADCASTING SYSTEM the decisive game, played in damp dieary weather before 11,590 fans' The veteran infielder unloaded the bases with a triple in the sixth inning to set off the winning five- run rally. e who saw only against Baylor part last ' !a£es" P °" ly 5C5 yards in £ °« Clyde Scott of the action week is still the in the conference, 140 yards "ahoa'd o°! &nS e ca,a r r • Li " d >' B ^ io^aT^'yL-r^l^ the Porker mainstay is in New York, Oct. 12 -(^-Unbeaten North Carolina moved to the head of the class today as the country's No. 1 college football team. The Tar Heels displaced Notre Dame at the top of the list in thc |weekly poll of sports writers from top ball carrier fonsc York, Oct. —(UP)—Nobody i.-K^t 4U^ . , ^-tyw^Juj' the man. totes in his brief-case, although ' New knows what ever-present some think it's his lunch. But in football knows what man carries in his head. It's the slickest set of T-forma- the tion plays in the game. Don Faurot uncorked those plays against Southcm-Methodist-gS Southern Methodist, unbeaten in 15 games, the Southwest Conference champion, the team boasting Doak Walker-on Saturday last and the 9n 0( * ln i result was this: Missouri 20, Southern Methodist 14. Faurot went into that SMU game 2fi .'llll fni\vrt,^« !••!_.. foUIIIl_ /() by the coast to coast, conducted Associated Press. Second to Notre Dame bv only : p °J nt t in . las J: week's initial bal- 10 loting. North the front as back to Carolina jumped to the Irish slipped second place, lust ''O points behind. J No. 3 meets Northwestern club to the fP ot and Michigan, which the Wildcats in an important Sir Nine struggle this week, jumped from seventh to fourth. followed up Texas and The Tar Heels, who their victories- over il: ., ua arla Georgia wlth a 28-6 conquest of Wake Forest, received place votes, three less week, and were named 52 first 1han last at some ... • ..~*~ ..WJ11V_U U I, bUIllti position on every ballot excent finr> *• one. Notre Dame, supreme confidence, even hough his Mizzou Tigers had been bounced off by Ohio State in thei? first game of the season. To newsmen he said: "We can beat SMU -may be . TO his Warn he voiced e ?.,,, m , ore conservative viewpoint- We re meeting one of the best teams in the nation and if we don't Play football we'll get the out of us." -champion- jus- of guest whoso visits gave him the utmost joy, tho surroundings give I"?-,-, i rt ; K ' all ' t ! ,'t as a menancing u-.maiK Laski has been acclaimed J.v a claque of Communists as a Jhrophet m politics and economics. Indeed, the Catholic Worker had soberly considered that aspect us reputation, for the headiiif he editorial road "Phrophel Architect?" That meant to hat the prophet of revolution lugbt also DO working on the plans md the design of that revolution he interpretation of the dream is Jell to the individual. I personally would believe Frankfurter's dear "end, Laski. meant lo suggest nat the mobbing of "the bi" law< r ers ' in 1959 was not an untliink- ' >K- idea nor the hanging of the chief justice. , "On _llu> international front." the .atholic Worker continues, "ho af- myied thai the four groat Domoc- •acios Russia China, England "Hi the Uiniecl Slates, should gel ogether to crush out facism aii'l <> set up a strong central control i-Kemember well that this speech was .made in 1937. Teh then only a word in lh books." The writer goe.s on to a Communist convention in Boston at wind! Karl Hrowder told the Bol- shevil-.i that the great Den would have to fascists, "That was th They played football ship lootball. A lot of thanks go to Faurot's f«n/!"T Wlt1 , 1 lhe T ' When eve?- lootball coaches gather, they - 1 - VM ys discuss the " , , i t ' Kill chances for countless. But it's tho . - -• system, is last-breaking and down- explosive at times. The mixing up plays are M n ls , -old . man as well as the who is loved so at Columbia gangling jut-jawed 40- wth a penchant for g.iud.v sports coals and non-match ','U! Pants has been head coach at n's ,->!m,-( mater since 1935 lor three years as Iowa shipper in the navy. Now 40, Faurot is one of f ollr Mountain Grove, Mo., brothers who starred in sports at Missouri Sin J''r n°'' f 1 Kirksvil 'c, Mo.! .sink- College where ho straight gamer, and except Seahawk seven REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7G23 < phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 icran was geography gang up won 2!! confej-- Missouri. N f j ;>'- it' seems, Don Faurol is :'.'. Mtyy.ou to stay. He was offered he navy job only last winter but turned it clown to slay at bia, where he lives a quiet, lege-prolessorish life with his wife an'-i three children. Faurot just teaches football at Missouri and doesn't worry about anything else, better jobs included He doesn't go for the high-ressuro dramatic stuff in the locker room 1 just tell our teams the facts' mainly that we must not under any condition fail to have the proo- respecl for our opponents. The but 1 — t -° pt u triumph collected undefeated since votes, 16 less record clean with a over Michigan State only 34 first place than last week, and second spot having made 556 yards in 65 running and passing plays. Statistics released yesterday by James H. Stewart, conference executive secretary, put Berry in first place with 591 on 134 tries. Other standouts include- Gil Johnson of Southern Metho- 26 oM g P assin g show with 444 g °yards. eS °" U ° £ 34 attcm P ts fol ' Bob Goode of Texas A. and M. holding down top spot m puntin.E Doak Walker of Southern Metho- ctis ,n front in pass receiving work with six catches for 185 yards. o- Trying to Build Up I'ass Defense Fayetteville, Oct. 12 — (/P) _ Warning flags have been posted the Arkansas Razorbacks the Porkers can expect Boston, Oct. 12 — UP) — Gene Bearden, a carefree rookie with ice water in his veins, is the undisputed hero of Cleveland's first World Series title since 1920. "We owe it all to Bearden," said Manager Lou Boudroau after yesterday's tingling 4-3 victory over the Boston Braves for the championship. "Give him all the credit lhat goes back to the playoff game, too." What else could the boss say? The handsome southpaw ' conqueror of the Boston Red Sox in the pennant playoff game, had just sauntered in from the bull pen to save the series finale. Starter Bob Lemon was rockin" and reeling from the fury of the attack of the Boston hitters, hungry for the winners' slice of the money from record crowds. The Braves had the bases full with one away m the last of the eighth, trailing 4 to 1. Then came Bearden The Braves scored twice before Bearden cooly surveying the situation, went to work on "Mike McCormick. He came in with his knuckler on the first pitch and McCormick bounced it right back to the box for the vital third out Stanky, the best basc-on- _ in the majors, led Boston ninth. Bearden got ? f ?i it the carnp an aerial a total of 1,180 points. Northwestern, which nosed Minnesota, 10-16. Saturday, received r 0 ,™ s for first place and tallied i,iU points. Michigan, 40-9 conqueror of Purdue, drew 24 first place votes and 1,103 points Southern Methodist, the No 4 team last week, dropped out of the top ten to Hth as a result of its 20-14 upset by Missouri. Minnesota's loss also cost it a place in select circle, but the Gophers the dropped only from eighth to " 11th addition to the first six in the standings, Pennsylvania o t fl IG n n ••? Ti/r ;,,„„,...: cr rest a matter of conditioning " Conditioning, and T magic, that ti-mpt lo seduce 'ducixl the vain as he had flabby Frank was tin- party line and he was saying exactly what Mr Laski had said in that other Huston hall W heni Mr. J-lrowder tol.l of eclu.-,-j Ki-.ox into the Navy Department" eu,f"lm 1C ' a " S l ". M5 '^'«'n- wo li-s- ;>»"• simph- absorb his po ica c "\• 'uh1 ,, ] 10 r " ltL>ntl - v - IIe «aid]posilion. We know that Robert P nmi'lbv v i?'\ ( i" Sy -.- VK ' l0ry - llel ' S ' mi " " ominal Republican' |jioj,m> \\oulcl take >;> years i became assistant"secretary ! educational work. Peaceful. [ secretary and finally ' ! K 'it. t:l ; > ," 1< ?, wolv tl ' be used,Secretary of War. Pauerson ls an JK-U. lint JMarxih'iVi. ns devi-lop-• • - - " " • - arxism ns demanded bl by Lenin vokitioii eventually. < you l!)(j.'j. Mr. Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspnng. One Day Service Work Guaranteed" 'Alt DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 . in !945, Secretary of War. Patterson is . alumnus of Harvard Law School .„.>,, ",' y ''°' U ' !l "- Sl ' «i'aduatc.s literallv infested 1'J.Jn plus Llfijthe government. And the army Laski named Hinder Stimson and Patterson de- iiiberately infected Bullions of re unrolled, we.ciuits with essentials of the f'.i'i-al respi-i.-| i munisl p.:irly line in the powers.' 'the j patriotic "indoctrination." Patter. . Laski doi-sn't ! son went so far as to say thai all (...iribtiamiy has much i In- knew about the Lincoln bri«ad- ,, , world.' ' | MI the Spanish Civil War was ' loi ov.-ed several (juota-! they had been brave so "in La^ki s book. "RefU-c-[against fascism. Mr. Patterson Kevuiutioii ol Our! should have kiunvn Com- ^llise and Missouri \vere pl'a'ced at the lop on one ballot each. lho total vote with points figured on a 10-9-8-7-C-5-4-3-2.1 basis (first place votes in parentheses): L North Carolina (59) 1 -'00 2. Notre Dame (34) l.Ui'l). .3. Northwestern (25) 1 172 4. Michigan (241 1,103 5 Army (5) 733. G. California (10) 720 7. Georgia Tech 589. o. Pennsylvania (1) 'iilfj 9. Perm State 1) 3!!8 10. Mississippi 136 Missouri was 12th with 117 ^ Olnt;i - Oklahoma was 20th with 32. /11 ivt.i iibiis j L'cc'i V(.'d J ii poin ts' 'm f I K :i 11 c •] o 1 n • *" ' . Coach John Barnhill posted the -signals after reviewing last week's gcime which saw Baylor take to the air to swamp Arkansas The Arkansas coach has ordered a full week of pass defense tactics ust in case twice-beaten Texas unleashes an airborne attack. at the same time yesterday But he ive mapped out strategy for offen- & as D ng \ hich is a " indication Campbell, il-> n 4 j i, -n "••--" *n mi (iiuiUtUlUJl that the Razorbacks, whose tossing oackfired against Baylor, may try again against Texas. The Porkers' two sp Clyde Scott and Leon hurt in last week's session ul e tor Arkansas third conference tilt and Barnhill said End Ed Hamilton and Guard Don Reiderer who have leg injuries, probably will see action this week Barnhill directed light drill yesterday for squad members who did not see action aginst Baylor and limbering up exercises " for '-hose who did. s Last- Might- Blind Flying Warning From Soviet's ice* tice control So that Berlin. Oct. 12 — (UP) - viet authorities warned today f planes will" .ying" over the Berlin zone, and American and tcsif-1 OUlclals immediately Notice of this latest move in Am,'i i campaign to harass Anglo-American air lift which phes the Western sectors the the sup- sian-blockaded Berlin of Rus., .— —....... was posted the Soviet authorities with the four-power air safety center ,,U ol L°^' dt '"cidc-nts yesterday i n Soviu fighters m formation a British ' By The Associated Press Philadelphia — Jimmy Bevins 180 1-1!, Cleveland, 'decisioned M v ny Flynn ' 209 ' Rochester, Miami, Fla.-—Jimmy Curl 104 3-'l, San Antonio, Tex., knocked out Johnny Rosado, 158 1-2 San Dic"o alif. (21. ° Pittsburgh— Rusty Payne ]f!2 Pittsburgh, knocked out 'Curtis Shoppard, 193. Baltimore (9i. - „".. • *»l I LH , 4-JL C.1 I 4.HJJ 1 14 U L him down to 3-2 and then lost him lhe tying run was on first and the heat was on. Southworth sent Sibby Sisti up to bunt and replaced the • hobbled Stanky with fleet Connie Ryan Sisti bunted one foul. Then he took a ball. The next pitch he bunted again and the. ball popped into the air about^10 feet high in front of the plate. Catcher Jim He"an made the catch and fired to " base for an easy double first play. TT-. —"^j "wuuiir ijJtiv. Holmes ended the game and series The Bearden of the final game carried to the clubhouse on th shoulders of his teammates wa not as sharp as the Bearden o last Friday who shut out th Braves, 2-0. on five skimpy hits but it was Bearden at his best — in a tough spot. Celebration Planned Cleveland, Oct. 12 — er two weeks of ball-minded city day planned a'parade reception for the new I'UP) —Aft tension, this base on Lake Erie to and civi champion world, thc Cleveland Ii" By United Press Lewislon. Me.,—Dave Andrews M(>, Lowell, Mass., outpointed Earl Moore 148 Detroit (10). Hartford Conn —F r a n k i e Vigeanl, 147, Thomaston, Conn outpointed Joe De Martino 15l" Birdgeport (10). New York — (St. Arena i—Dennis (Pat) 3-4, New York, Cant of the dians. The champs arc slated to re tun nom Boston today and folks here were getting ready to give them r rip-roaring welcome. A big victon banquet has been planned for noof Thursday by the Cleveland Lion' club. However, (hen of a celebration thc Indians with a 4 to 3 n Boston. When the radio announced Bob :venneoy's catch of Tomim Holmes tly for the final out, a feu uitomobile horns were looted and a host of toasts raised . But the general mood was quiet and everybody seemed disappointed that the nrst Indians' series in 21 hadn't been won at home". were lew sign? yesterday wliei grabbed the scries- win over the Brav Nicholas Brady, 132 dl outpointed Solly or, 13G Toronto, Canada (10) New Haven, Conn. — Sandy Sad- H.,,. 1 ^- Ne\v York, stopped Wil- circled Berlin ruiCand nights les are at lev- that i < n °viei announcement nat Russian planes would enpa n "cloud flying and blind flvin n the greater Berlin area at" udes of 3 ..- )UO tQ 1Q OOQ feet oi the hundreds ot dailv nade by airlift pl ;i els within this range. Russia is a signatory to fon>-- power regulations which .forbid of thai; j ici:o™ v ^ over Bedin ;u K - S " The Soviet army newspaper Tae- MKhe Rundschau said thai the Russian road. rail and .s: i y ,s tliat m; V'e there \ church in >i'->n U9;VJi." FraiikfurU-r reminds us. "lhat Mr. hi that ho 'o'.ild be any or: the lime ui his should have known that the Lincoln brigade was a Communist army in which some young American ideal- Laski jists had been .slaughtered by their didn't jt.V-mmunist superiors because they s blockade ' until th vi- , , .- , nu) - only lobbied uinbe i onto tin- Supreme Court but lobbied his .senescent old friend Henry L. Stim;.on into the Department alter All Landon an-rily spumed RooicVcll's War .'cre-d the truth and rebelled" We know that Frankfurter lobbied Alger Hiss into the Stute Department which sent him to Yalta with the dying president where he, Hiss, sat in at the final conference, the most disastrous in tin- had history of western civilization with at-1 Stalin and Roosevelt. o| Berlin will continue the illegal West mark" is de- WhisUin' Willie Roach, mington, Del., (3). New York —(Eastern Parkway Rinki — Tony Ja'niro 151 'j.,) knocked out Ruby Kessler 150' Brooklyn, (1). Baltimore — Leo Mattricciani ^ l '~' e?, alii mol '°' outpointed Johnny Shkor, 21(j 3-4, Sparrows Point, Md., tlO). Holyoke Mass. —Ralph Zanelli ;H8.' Providence, R. L, outpointed Oti'ie Graham, 147, Philadelphia Chicago — Sylvester Perkins lf>9. Chicago, outpointed Lloyd Gibson, Kiii, Cincinnati, (10). Warren Promises Representation in GOP Cabinet En Route with Warren To Butto Mont., Oct. 12 —(,pi— Gov. Earl Warren swung through the Rockv Mountain region toward the Mid-Western Votes Aboard Truman Train, Oct. 12 — (,'(>>— ,,,_.. Iruman sought today to rally Western industrial voters Lu.uu Ills lull-stale championship of the Campaign President Mid- voters behind he said hopes to Guv. "de- lifted. "Actually there ,„ iaegliche Rundschau said, "but "as to lining traffic restrictions that can easily be arranged if the illegally inaugurated Western mark is simultaneously declared inval- is no blockade," istration with the west und making the states u "political football' "political perpetuation" paying lip service to western " the ihe for of Democratic party. "And be it remembered," he declared, "that in the first 14 years ot the present Democratic admin- new deal" which Thomas E. Dewey troy." Shifting his ' campaign strategy Mr. Iruman made his Republican rival for (he presidency the sonal target of an inci of attacks as he Indiana and Illinois speaking schedule Not once did he call Governor X-wey by name., but at Willard. Ohio, yesterday, the president said not a single solitary i,,nn or iw.m u. in the United States" has been able to find out whore "the bean candidate stands" on the sues oi the campaign And then, taking cognizance of opinion surveys reporting Go Dewey as leading j n tj le race president said of his opponent-' "I think he is going to get a shock on the second of November He is gumg to get the results of one big poll that counts—that is the voice ot the American people speaking at the ballot box " Mr. Truman makes another '-—with one exception and only a short time—there a single cabinet member any of these eleven western states. Warren told his audience in Cas- ji ei ' H JK" School auditorium that Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, Republican presidential nominee has Pledged "the West the representation it needs and deserves" in the government. swung into °'i a heavy Kepub- is- the Tuesday p.m., Oct. 12 5:00 Adventure Parade— M 5:15 Superman — M 5:30 Captain Midnight— M 5:45 Tom Mix— M 6:00 The Inside Story 6:15 News, Five- Star Final 6:25 Today in Sports G:30 News Comment — M 0:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.— M 7:00 Mysterious Traveler— M 7:30 Official Detective— M 7:55 To Be Announced 8:00 Gabriel Heatter— M 8:15 Mutual Ncwsrecl— M 8:30 Lone Wolt— M 8:55 Bill Henry, News— M 0:00 Roger Kilgorc— M 9:30 Jimmy Feather-stone's Orch — M 10:00 All the News— M 10:15 Tex Beneko's Orch.— M 10:30 Di/.7,y Gilcspic's Orch — M 10:45 Jerry Wakl's Orcn.— M 10:55 Mutual News— M 11:00 Sign Off Wednesday a.m., Oct. 13 5:57 Sign On *; 6:00 Songs by Sinclair ''' 6:15 Morning Musicaie 0:25 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News, First Kdilion I 0:40 Arkansas Plowboys : 6:55 Market Reports ; 7:00 Farm Breakfast Prograrn 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 Poolc's Show— M 8:55 According to the Record' -,i 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 Realtor's Mnilba" — M 10:45 Minute Quiz— M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks— M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings— M 11:30 Luncheon at Sardi's— T£ , Wednesday p.m., Oct. 13 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time : fe' 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Polka Interlude Farm Fair ' Eddy Arnold Show— M | Queen for n Day Golden Hope' Chest— M Student Parade' (County Schools.) , ..... ^ Drifting on a Cloud Heart's Desire— M Vocal Varieties The Johnson Family— M ' Meet the Band Two-Ton Bakot— M , -' Swint? Time ' • ', * Here's to Veterans Adventure Parade — M Superman — M 30 Captain Midnight— M 45 Tom Mix— M 13:00 Unsung Victory i 6:15 News, Five Star EdiUnn ,' 6:25 Today in Sports , 6:30 News Comment — M ; > 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr 7:00 Can You Top This— M 7:30 High Adventure— M ' 7:. ia Hy Gardner— M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter— M &• 8:15 Mutual Newsreel— M 8:30 Erskine Johnson— M . 8:55 Bill Henry, News— M 9:00 Opinionaire — 1VI 9:30 Gene Curdo' 1 ; Orch. — M . 9:45 Shandor's Orch — M 10:00 All the News— M 10: 15 Jimmy Feathcrstone's Orch — M 10:30 Blue Barren's Orch — M 10:55 Mutual New; — M 11:00 Sign-Off 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 3 3 3 4 4 5 5:15 5 5 15 30 45 00 45 00 Programs (Central Standard Time) New York,' Oct. 12 —,,'|>,— Tuning tonight (Tuesday): NRC--8 Mel Tonne; !! Bob B:30 Fibber and Molly 9--{i pie Arc Funny. CBS—7 Mystery Theater- Mr, and Mrs. North- 8 W •Pie; 9 Hit The Jackpc •ey Amsterdam. 0 Town Meeting ,„ . ---cvision Affect mw Movies?" «:4 5 Chamber Music 'i r i-eedoni Ring. ~ 7 Mysterious Traveler; eteciive Yarn; H::u) Lone Public De-tender Hope; 0 Peo- 7:30 e the it 9:30 "How r oll 9 Wednesday Ite Jfc^ ^flKSEa »*-_ 11 = 80 a n, Bili-Slat^ Hie speech tonight at t) o'clock central Standard Time) on ohcy in the armory at Sprii I., after |)lacing a' wreath oii I i n 'l oln s tomb and riding in a torch- hl parade. Jack Kroll, director of the CTO Political Action Committoe c-mi paigning with the prt-sidr-nt the same crowd onlv two lie- cans ever cared about pie's welfare lie said: "One of them w;u- Tedd" volt and they threw hi m „,', party. The other was A Lincoln—and he was shot Dixiecrat." As for the president, he an eight-point program tc belter - lion c braced Act. farm ' told pe,o- lioose- . of th congress -'- ,'^n la " S|x ' aks ,'• f ' al Klt ' ll '»«' ie lormer Gov. behnckei- boards his ' 1 ^ i P '? rty ° f De bohnckel a governor. . Ind., Henrv date cldte tor s candi- r. Other rear platform talks were lined up for Greenfield, Ind and Crawlordville. Mr T P anncd no ,a,k at India -•aiucci jie Ks reUjrn MI •»• i !i • i- r major speech Friday" nSht? r '

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