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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Number of .Waits tJp ta 15.... 16 to20 21 to 23 26 to 30 31 to 35 80 to 40 41 to 43 40 to 60 Ada Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One Day Days Days Month .. .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .. .60 1.20 2.00 0.00 .. .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 .. .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 .. 3.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 .. 1.20 2.40 4.00 ]2.00 ,. 1.35 2.70 4.50 33.50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only * AU k Want Ads Cash in Advance » Not Taken Over the Phone For Ren? 2- 3-,B O O M .apartments. near School--"-,-':; Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. .1. E. Schoolcy. Ji-tf MODteRM FURNISHED APART~ ment. private entrance. Couple preferred. Phone GS5-W, 321 Bonner Street. Ki-tf Lost or Strayed BLACK MAIiE, \VKIOHT ;jr>f>, stocking feet, f) years old. Roarh mane, scar in forehead. Fur iii- formalion call J. I.!. Gaines. .South Elm at West 1.3th Street. 310 reward for return. 1 !-M FURNISHED APARTMENT, ALL .bills paid. Phone 242. 13-31, BROWNS' "Fui?NISHED~GAKAGE apartment. Three rooms and bath. 1311% West Avc-. B. 14-31 O By Wesfbrook Pegfor Copyright, 1047 By King Features Syndicate. FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private entrance, private bath. No small children. 220 East 2nd Street, Phono 1M-R. 14-31 FURNISHED SMALL APA~RT- ment.for rent. 712 East Division. 15-31 Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. • W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo NEED EXTRA MONEY TQ~OFF~ set the high cost of living? Use your spare time to make extra •money in high class work. In reply please give address and telephone number. Write Box A ill care of Hope Star. H-fit For Sale SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRac Implement Co. 21-1m GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M Me- Williams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo DUPLEX APARTMENT, EACH unit with 5 rooms. Screened porch. Garage with storage space, Good location. Owner leaving town. Phone 194-J. 11-Gt GUSHMEN MOTOR SCfKrHyRT also Latonia 20 inch bicycle. Hoih practically new and priced rirht Jack Strickland, 905 South Elm. 11 -Ct 2-ACRE TRACT ADJOINING CITY 'limits. Nice, level building site. Lights, gas and water. Apply at Shield's Food Store, Phone 709. • 13-31 Blacktail deer are excellent swimmers and will take to the .water for five or six miles at a stretch to escape pursuit. Gail 129 or 806 (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 ^ York, Oct., H — After Felix Frnnkfurtc-r and his cinque and clique of Happy Hot Dogs had lobbied fhrough his nomination for the supreme court where be could give direct force to his extraordinary deference to public opinion in Russia under Trotsky the Butcher, lie was "invited" clown to Washington to tell the Kemitc Judiciary committee about himself. "I, of course, do not wish to testify in support of rny own nomination," said the modest little fellow who was to push his man, Slim-ion into thc War Department and- his man, Alger Hiss, into the State Department, which sent him to Yalta to sit with Roosevelt and Stalin when they turned out the light on Godly civilization. Frankfurter thought it would be improper of a nominee to express personal views on controversial issues, having said which, lie- bashfully showered himself with new- mown laurel. His own great virtue was a non-controversial topic o 1 ' course. He was an effective, if not too subtle, name-dropper and said he had "served under PresiriPnt '.Theodore) Roosevelt and happened to enjoy as thousands of others did, his very kind and encouraging friendship I ., v;! ... devoted to him. He inspired n sense of civic service within me as ho did K<> many other youn:.! men.' ' By way of expression nf his great trust in the honor and character of Frankfurter. T R hfd written him that his report to President Wilson on the Bis-iee deportation was "a.; thoroughly misleading a document as could be written on tho subject." Frankfurter had told Wilson that nis report was "a candid and just statement," but not once did' it even mention (he Industrial Worker:; of thc World, a band of anarchists who created such terror in Bit-bee that thc deportation was ordered by the sheriff to prevent violent insurrection. Frankfurter taught administrative law, a special course-, at Harvard law school from 1914 to 1939 He was succeeded by . James M Landis, another of the Happy Hot Dogs, who promoted "unity" with Russian public opinion by deciclin" that Harry Bridges was not a Communist. Landis served from 1939 to IfMfi. During his tevm as member and chairman of the Securities Exchange Commission in Washington, ]<)34-;57, Carol King, a "he-l a w y e r, who has served .bridges and many others of his type and worse. ;IK counsel, was appointed by the comrni.s.sion to serve as a lawyer and investigator She has a record as the defender ol act-used Communists in the files ol the Dies and Thomas committees as long as your arm. The associate of today not infrequently find:; himself — or herself — pleading a ease before an old friend tomorrow in the oxeiting life of Now Deal lawyers in Washington, Milton Kat/ is the present occupant of the Byrne chair at Harvard law which was vacated by 1'rankfurler and Landis. He was originally an anthropologist hut was graduated from Harvard Law in Hl.'il. He is now on leave /Vein Harvard Law lo serve as general counsel of tile European Recovery Administration. Landis and KatV. were pupils .and proteges ,,f J-Y;,,-,!<. furlrr. Kat;'. was picked to giiaran- '•"• that neither unfairness.' favor- Noithwesfern. Irish Series fro Continue Evanston, HI., Oct. 15 —W) —The 49-year-old football series between Notre Dame and Northwestern, says a spokesman for the Wild cats, will not be- broken off after this year's game, although there may be a one or two year grip in the series. The Wildcats and frish are to meet Nov. 13 in their 28th grime of a series which dates back to 1U8JJ. A Northwestern spokesman last night denied published reports that ihe game will bo the last between the two schools. ' : Friday, Octobei 1 ' 15, 1948 arkei Report H By CARL BELL Little Rock, Oct. 15 —'i/Pi — Football forecasters, this one included arc looking like dopes by '--ticking to the dope. So we'll stray from i't POULTRY AND PRODUCE Chicago, Oct. 15 — Iff) — Butter steady; receipt-] 675.888; prices unchanged except 89 C grade 1-2 cent a pound higher at 59 cents. Eggs firm; receipts f>,735; prices unchanged. Live poultry: Steady to firm- re; ceipt;; 25 ^rucks, prices unchanged i ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK : National Stockyards. Ill Qct j 1 ") —.(''!'» ; <USDA) Hogs 5500-' 1 good and choice 190-200 Ibs 2050 | to mostly 20.75; lop 20.5 very freely; strong to mostly 25 higher than Thursday's average: lighter kinds fully 50 higher; 100-180 lb-- |2i;.oo-r,o ; no-loo ibs 24.00-2000- i- 12 Ibs 2I.OC-23.0'; sow:; mostly' ?5 spots 5 higher; bulk 4 Ibs down 2.-).:)-. over 400 Ibs 20.75-22.50'stiir 15.00-19.00; boars 12.50-1550 Cattle 1.200; calcs 800; not enough steers to Jest market- other classes mostly steady in cleanup trading v.-ith some strength on cow:;; -odd lots medium to lo wgood steers 2-1.00-29.00; some common 20.00-25.00; common and medium l)fjifcrs_ and lightweight yearlings 20.0C-25.00: common and medium beef cows mostly 17.50-1!).50; few good 20.00; canuers and cutters 13.0017.0(1; mostly 13.50 up; medium and good bulls !!).50-21.00: cutter anc common 10.00-19.00: good to pick the Arkansas Rax.orbacks i and choice vcale'rs '28.0- r whip Texas tomorrnv.. There are. reasons for our madness. First, if the law of r,vnra«es meant anything, it should the Porkers here They ' 1 1 ? c;Uen thc foghorns since And Texas is the only South- ever I help (1938. j west am Arkansas Coach John Conference te hasn't beaten under Larnhill's regime. Secondly, the Razoroacks have made more than enough mistakes Already to last them for a sea- ison and should be getting them out lor their system. j Thirdly.' it's time for Clyde Srotl ling -" Way °" a fCW 10n '' scol " rne.stly 34.00 down; common medium IS.00-27.00. Sheep. 1,000 w; undertone weak t olowcr on lambs; few sales good and choice 24.50-25.25: early packer top 25.00; run included about 700 lambs and 400 head yearlings and older stock; deck mixed good to choice yearlings unsold; fow .slaughter ewes steady at 7.008.5. NEW ORLEANS COTTON ;_ New Orleans. Oct. 10 — UP) — Cotton futures declined early today under long liquidation and h hedge selling, but rallied in later dca'l- ^ Southern Methodist over Rice Tin ! now j Texas Christian ies- — Here; are pressure is off (he Mustangs over Texas A; two improvinj. dubs, but (he Frog:; had (he most to begin with. Baylor over Texas 1 Boars were mighty Tech — The high when they tripped Arkansas hist week and may let down, but they'll have to be more than a HtUe off to lo=e |this one. Edmond, Okla., (o bent Arkansas Tech — The Oklahcmnns real- Iv plastered tho Wonder Boys at Russellville last year and this time they'll be at home. Arkansas Stall! Teachers Henderson — Teachers may its Umt'hest test since its 'squeak over Li tile Rock Little Rock J. C over REFRIGERATION • SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope over have ern Okla. Armies double barrelled — - The attack Norlhcast- Trojans' (T and " -- ------ ^ . Ju . . v, ,.^ v , an Notre Dame box) is rolling in high" Arkansas A. i. M. over Hondrix —The Aggies arc eyeing a hic<h finish in thc AIC. 15 cents a bale hgihcr to Jvo cent.siower. Oct high 31.00 — low 31.40 — close 31.00 (xi Dor- high 31.Hi — low 31.04 — close 31.11 Meh high 30.97 — low 30.38 — close 3fi.O!-(J3 May high 0.73 — low 29.32 — Icose 30.00 Jly high 29.43 — low 29.32 — close Hope Star Stor of Hope 1879; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. », u ,,, E- , P alme '» President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretory-Treasurer -,,„ „?* tho star buildinn 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager Entered a-, second class matter ot thc Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NEAJ—Means Newspaper Enterprise Assoctation. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per week 20c per month B5c. Mail rates—in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller anc LaFayefte counties, $4.50 per year; elsewhere $8.50. Notional Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn sfcrick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madisor n, VC i' rPM 11 ?' 1 ' Mich " 2842 w ' Grant Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg. New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Th/ Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti the use for republication of all the loco, •lews Drinted In this newspaper, cs well at AP news dispatches. 29.39 (x) Oclobei expired —fl- 11 a. m. (Miss.) to whip Arkansas ishar NEW YORK STOCKS New York. Oct. 15 — (/P) — Atiin- id rally petered out in the stock market today. At the close small gains and losses were about evenly divided. Price swere marked down a bit at the opening and most of the day was .spent in trying to recoup the losses. A good many minus sians were wiped out but toward the close thc market just aout held its own. The volume of business expanded a bit on tho way up with turnover for the full session at 910,000 ..... - " *..* . . I..- , / College — Too little. O/.arks over Northeastern . much agaainst too Okla- . - homa Slate — The Mountaineers v.'dl win soonor or later, maybe, if we keep pickinc them. Arkansas Slate over Mid-Tenn. State — Back in their own class, (he Indians should go. And on the high school front: ^Fort Smith to nip Little Rock — That Grix./.ly line is tou'.;h, and the upstalers can win if they can ston the Tigers' aerial attack. Pine Bluff over C'amden — Tho 'zebras appear capable of uphoid- ln £, B A g S 'n !»' 0:iti « 1 '- bl " barely. , »oo,en, Llytheville over Jonesboro — j Superioi !hu; one game will decide the Commonwealth Southern was unusually active. One block of 48,•40 Osliai-es changed hands and another lot of 10,000, but thc price remained around 3 1-2. Higher were U. S. Steel, Goodyear, U. S. Rubber, Montgomery Ward, Sehenley, Electric Power Lij/Jn, Palino mines, American Smelting, Allied chemical, U. S. Gypsum. Great Northern preferred Standard oil (NJ), and Owens-Illinois. Stll lower were Firestone Tire, International Harveser .Caterpillar Says Truman Plan Discredit- to General Marshal! Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Oct. 15 — (UP)—President Truman's propos- il to send Chief Justice Fred Vinson to confer with Josef Stalin discredits Secretary of State George C. Marshall and the United Nations, Sen. Robert A. Taft, R., O., id in a campaign speech yesterday. Taft toid an audience here that President Truman's foreign policy "is not one that inspires any personal enthusiasm for his control." "He suddenly conceived the idea of sending Chief Justice Vinson to see Joe Stalin — 'good old Joe' — over in Moscow," Taft said "I forget what it was Mr. Truman said 'I like old Joe, he's a good fellow.' f think that's what Mr. Truman said about six months 'So he's going to send Vinson itirely, overlooking thc fact -- discredits Secretary Marshall, that he discredits the United Nations to whom we have just referred the (Berlin) dispute. ."No, certainly, the kind of foreign policy by Mr. Truman is not one that inspires any personal enthusiasm for his control." He denounced Ihe Truman administration as "totalitarian and arbitrary" and urged Floridans to vote for Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York because "Republicans in Washington and Democrats in Florida are one and the same." Amateurs Fire Away at Ft. Smith By JIM THOMASSON Fort Smith, Oct. 15 -—{/T')—-A fast field of hard driving amateurs opened fire on thc G.470 yard Harb- scrsbblc course here today to begin the first round of the' championship flight in the Country Cluo's 17lh invitational golf tournament. Oklahoma State Champion Bo Wininger and Willy While. Topeka, ,,, Kan., city crown holder, paced the' field of 32 players in the championship flight. Both fire a two under par G9 in yesterday's qualifying round. Wininger was one of three Oklahoma A. and M. golfers who qualified for positions in the championship flight. Others were Dick Turner and Loddie Kempa, national left-handed champion. The two top entries of the tournament. Dick Evans, Chicago, former National Open champion, and defending champion Frank Stranahan, Toledo. 0., were not 'required to qualify. Occupying a berth in the flight are four members of a U. S. Air Forces group down here for participation in the tournament. Today's parings and qualifying scores: Frank Slranahan Toledo, O., vs Loy Martin, Tulsa, Okla., (73.) Lt. Col. Jamie Gough, Shreve- . Ti actor, Union Carbide, American third District Class AA champion- ilisin nor prc.jir.iicr should sully the administration. 'Die Frankfurter tradition would tend to forti- Iv a man against those weaknesses Good lliinjj, t ()0 J;o; 1; is<;uriu<; Kenneth C. Royall. now"" Secretary of the Army, was a Harvard Law cradiiale of HUT. Tims the great tradition is carried on r-veit though the war Department a--; such, lias hern abolished. First there wa;; Stitnsfiii. who w;r-- 7'i years old in HMO When Felix- wangled him in. three Tears above the age at which the" Roosevelt Pacific Western Oil, and Oil of California. -o I.USIK--U inieuu jur gams clique during the court-packing i inoi 'e than 2 cents at ti fight would have superseded a Sii- ' board of trade today. - I -Strength FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tllo ROY ALLISON Phone 280 Notice to Sweet Potato Growers Dig your potatoes now before it rams and rains the quality. Until further notice we ofiVr you $5Q.UO per ton for No 1 Portoncan and Rcdvelvcts Which is $1.60 per Bu. of uO Lbs. We furnish the civ.tes arid want you to get them and gratfe your number ones in the field and put them in crates as you pick them up Potatoes that are put in btcr- age must be handled without bruising. We pay 510.00 per ton for culls and rough blui'f and don't care how you briny them In but be sure and (jut cratts for Number one& and diy them now as the prices may be lower after it rains. E. M. McWilliams Seed Store Hope, Ark. LET FOY DC IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens * Cut Vacant Lots « Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering plant Dial 3-702:; (phone collect) Jf No Answer Di;,J 3-5770 prome Court justice on grounds of senile dilapidation. He was 7!i when lie got out. At that age it a Su- ! ' premc Court justice didn't resign, to make room for [he fine inte- j helped th grity of a Frankfurter, a iVfurphv i v or an Alabama "barn-burner." Ilie.V wore fixing In lake him down 'tortile wood-lot and shoot him. The sect Secretary of war Frankfurter's old 'Harvard ,.,,,, ,. friend, Robert 1'aiterson, a l.'epub- j lica-.i who got a ease of galloping ' ismatics ilurin;', tin- war and' in 19-M announced that he was going I" support liooseveit- —ilial i::. vole Democratic. Not that he had to (ell anyone. After be said thai he ( nly knew thai thc Lincoln brigade in Spain were brave lighters against Fascism and didn't 'know Ihe.v wen- Communists, he didn't have, to tell. It was alarming to some ciU/.eus to learn that, a fel-, low who was in n-ality the el't'ec- i live head of the War 'Department : in Ihe greatest war in history, and I with the army inlelligcnce, the' r.R.l. aiu! many other sourees oi < , inliu rnation, didn'i know thai Ihisi i Lincoln biigade was a Communist! (army, H seemed on the strange! siiie. However, they raise them thlltj way at Harvard Law. And Duai way is smart. Clever. They doii'l know a Communist when they see one, which lias be.-n pretty' nice lur the Conmumisls. Now the War Department is gone, hut tin- Department ol ihe Army i.s tile ontlit Dial will have jcliurgi- of Ihe iniliietrination of the young mei) wlio will be called up lor the Kiiu:;evelt Memorial war. A.; to whether i\!r. lioyall believe.-: in ihe doctrine that was lauvhl the troop:; under Slim.-o:i ami I'atler- .-..<'!i v.e ha\v .Mill lo li ai.'i. Thai doctrine was thai anyone v. ho i: n mi i i.-:t:- was a l-'aM.-i ^ i '.'le who expo,---..-I | ana i iSeVs-'! ':•' eri '! ;i! 1,1 1 UJIM'JI- nf laK.r. colonel i) is pretty e!' llli GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago, Oct. 15 — (,'1'j — Wheat pushed ahead for gains ranging to times on the Dealings tha 19 1-2 to 20 1-2 cents a pound do liverecl at New York. The sgrength in wheat was based on reports of sales of flour to the production and marketing administration and the army. Wheat closed 11-8 — 2 1-8 high was unchanged to 1 cent h'ighe: m cember 74 , higher ' 1-2, rye was 1 to 1 1-2 higher, December $1.70, sosbeans were 2 1-4 lower to 3-4 hier, November $2.41 8 2.40 3-4, and lard was pouiuis . were faily active, with comtner- '— «"""! chS cial interests taking to the buying 4 ' ! of Hi rest of the market, re- I'siug an early downward trend in corn. (3ul the yellow cereal f.-onld not make much of a gain. It was kept in check fairly large and easiness in spot Cash dealers reported corn book- 50 to 80 cents a hundred higher, October $19.55. Spot wheat moved higher the trading in futures today; basis steady: receipts 22 cars. Corn was unchanged to five cents lower- 230,000 (Ti bushels new; 145 c-ars. Oats were un- basis steady; receipts Soybeans receipts were AAA Noi to Change Ruling on School at Texarkana Little Rock, Oct. 15 (/p) — The Arkansas Athletic Associntion will not reconsider its order banning the Texarkana (Tex.) Catholic High Eagles from participating in football games with AAA members. Only a change in rules could modify the decision, a spokesman for the association said yesterday, A ruling, given Tuesday, prevents AAA members from competing with the Texarkana team on thc ground that the Eagles are not members of either the Arkansas or Texas State associations. . , port, La., (74) vs. Boonie Harper Little Rock (75.) ' C. B. Barnes, Fort Smith, Ark - - - . , (71) vs. Wilbur Citv, Mo.. (76). Earl Thompson, (70) ~ - ••• (74.) Eartols, Kansas , , Kansas City vs. Roy Collier, Fort Smith Capt. F. G. Moseley, Montgomy. Ala., (72) vs. Dick Turner, Oklahoma AL and M, (761. Aylward, Kansas City Ben Mayo, Fort Smith Frank (73) vs. (77). Bob Cochran, St. Louis (73) vs Jim Brooks, Gushing, Okla., (75) W. N. Smith. Jr., Tulsa. Okia. (75) vs. Bo Wininger Oklahoma A. and M. (09). Willy White. Torjcka, Kan (Q9) vs. Frank Foss, St. Louis. (74) Vmce Allison, Fort Smith (74) _-,;• 9 ol ; TH - F - Nichols, Mitchell Field. N. Y. (75). Loddie Kempa, O k 1 a h o in a A. and M. (72) vs. Joe Switzer St. Louis (76). Wilfred Ind., (77) By HAROLD CLAASSEN skogee, Brig. Wohrle, French Lick vs. W._ V/. Nichols, Mu- . . Okla., (75). Gen., L. D. . ., . . Wcdclington, Riverside, Calif., (72) vs Glen Oatman, Kansas City (7G). Jack Geiss, St. Louis (71) vs S. W. Crcekmorc, Jr., Fort Smith (75). E. M. Stokes, Tulsa, (75) Chick Evans, Chicago. Mrs. Zaharias Favored in Semi-Final Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. 15 — Mrs. George (Babe) Didrikson Zaharias of Denver and three other top-notch golfers scmarcd off :- in the semi-final round of Women's Texas open today the Amateurs Polly Rilcy of Fort Worth and Mary Agnes Wall Menommoe, Mich., advanced as did pro Helen DeltweHer of Dallas 'heat closed 11-8-2 1-8 high- Miss Rilcy defeated Pattj•Bore December $2.27 1-4 - 3-8, corn of Minneanolis, 2 and 1 to gain : nn i-»Vi nn rtrt,l 4-^ 1 A. i - _i i i. _ _ • «. - ' *" * u . * ' lu Kalll ...,_.... ,jvi,,j f ^ emu i, \.\j tiuiri the semi-final round. She will be .. .- .... ------ £,-.1* iu i i. tu i jua"ei, me at-jm-iiiuu round, sue will hp December $1.40 - 1.40 1-8, oats paired tody ainnst Miss Wall who 1 ' 8 ' ° downed H ' T - Williford Shei ' " * Bestey man, Tex., 4 and 3. Mrs. Zaharias handed Rawls of Austin, Tex., and 2 ,. ~- --^--v..., A^.X., « ,) U11U £. licking and Miss Detlweiler defeated Mrs. Gordon Pen-in, El Dorado, Ark. 5 and 4. Football 20' 5G i ings exceeded th c-spol cash, i 1 yellow corn sold ... v ..,,., 1-1! compared with- a range of SI.511 to $l.l>5 yesterday. Lard made a brisk advance following confirmation of yesterday's rep.->ns the army was seeking cash | lard. '1 lu' army announced it pur- j chased u.riNO.UOO pounds of prime team lard at prices ranging from NEW YORK COTTON New YOI-K, Oct. 15 — iVP) — futures turned steadv I By The Associated Press Northwestern vs. Michigan a Ann Arbor -ABC, 12:45 p. m -fete ,f ^ ^T^ P ° itV North Carolina vs. N. C Stale a< Chapel Hill—CBS, 1 • 30 n in /-icn-< ' •"' I J - «' I Cto-1 Mississinni vs. 200,01,0 bushels. In j following early easiness „.-, snort '-•arket old crop No. i covering and mill buying met lim- I at $l., r i:) to S1.5G itecl otleeings. The market declined '" "' '"' "" as much as CO cents during the morning trading influenced by ]jq- uiedalion in nearby October fu- . Orleans— NBC, 2 Tulane at p. m. CRT. Now New York, t)ct. 15 — (/P)— Eighteen of last Saturday's football K3 predictions went wrong for a .783 average. That reduced the season's figure to this: 189 correct, 44 wrong. .811 average, Here are this weekend's picks: Northwestern at Michigan: Northwestern's team matured and its coach aged those first nine minutes against Minnesota last week when the Gophers counted 1G points. The team is set now. Northwestern. Southern California at Oregon: Mr. Norman Van Brocklin gets a chance to show the home folks how he throws a football. Southern California will be amazed, loo. Oregon. North Carolina State at North Carolina: Coach Suavely of the Tar Heels admitted during the week that there are 10 other players on the field with Charley Jus lice at all times. North Carolina. Arkansas at' Texas: Neither of these teams was scheduled to lose last week. Both did. The Longhorns are at home and should rebound thc most. Texas. Yale at Wisconsin: Wisconsin. Notre Dame at Nebraska: This is the game the Huskers were dreaming about when they lost to Colorado last Saturday. They will have wasted two consecutive Saturday afternoons. Notre Dame. Pennsylvania at Co 1 u m b i a: Pennsylvania. Georgia at Louisiana State: Johnny Ruch to be the reason. Georgia. Oregon State at California:' Cal ifornia. Purdue at Iowa: It is the H n w k e y£ homecoming, which should give the lowans enough lift to get by. Iowa. Mississippi at Tulane: This could be one of the most rugged duels of the day. The Rebels' passing to be the difference. Misis- sippi. Missouri at Navy: Even if all the middle players were in shape the odds would favor the Midwest .eleven. And with Bill Hawkins on thc injured list the Tigers should romp. Missouri. Harvard at Army: Army. Skipping over the others in a hurry: Missouri Valley over Central (Mo), St. Louis over Rockhurst Saturday. East: Cornell over Syracuse, Penn State over West Virginia. South: Maryland over Duke, Alabama over Tennessee, Georgia Tech over Auburn, Vanderbilt over Kentucky. Midwest: Indiana over Ohio State, Iowa State over Colorado Michigan State over Arizona, Minnesota over Illinois, Oklahoma over Kansas State, Wichita over Utah State, Tulsa over Georgetown. Far West: Oklahoma A. and M. over San Francisco, UCLA over Stanford, Washington over Washington Slate. Southwest: Southern Methodist over Rice, TCU over Texas A. & M., Youngstown over Oklahoma City. Hardin Simmons New Mexico. t,; BBWDCASTIMO SYSTEM Friday p.m., Oct. 15 ; 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Torn Mix—M 6:00 Bobcat Pe.o Rally 0:15 News, Five Star Edit-'nn 0:25 Today in Sports 0:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 Great Scenes from Greal Plays—M 7:30 Bobcat Preview 7:45 Football game: Hope vs. Texarkana 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Joe Rcichman's Orch.—M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign-Off Saturday 'a.m., Oct. 16 5:57 Sign On 0:00 Songs by Sinclair ; 0:15 Hillbilly Hoedown 0:30 News, First Edilion 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:45 Ozark Valley Folks—M 9:30 Bill Harrington—M 9:45 Spotlighl on a Star 10:00 Hormcl Girls Corps—M 10:30 Riders of the Purple Sage. 11:00 Magic Rhythm 11:30 Trio Time , Saturday p.m., Oct. 16 i 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Farm Agent 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Football game: Harvard vs, i Army—M .,, 2:15 Football game: Arkansas vs. Texas Univ. 5:00 Take a Number—M 5:30 True or False—M 6:00 News. 5-Slar Final 6:15 The Week in Sports 6:30 Robert Hurleigh—M 0:45 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 Gabriel Heattcr—M 8:15 Lanny Ross—M ' l 8:30. What's the Name of that'' Song—M i 9:00 Chicago Theatre of Air—ML 10:00 Korn's a Krackin'—M 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off it doesn't look like much — The Magnolia over Nashvil! A title's at stake. Xoith Little Rock over Russcll- ville. Hot Springs over Fordy... Smackover to smack El Dorado, J- ayelteville over Van Buren, Harrison over Alma, Rogers to edge Siloam Springs, Paragould over IV.'alnut Ridge, Fort Smith St. jAiine's over Danville, 1'ieiiton over ! Arkadelphiu. Bauxite over Carlisle 'Krmkl.'.v over Helena-West Helen;/ .i-V.iresl City over MeCiehee, \Vvmv |over Slutlgart, Hope over ! i-. a 11 a. lures before that delivery expired at noon on a last traded price of J1.7:i cents on a pound or 10 cents a bale above the previous close Futures closed 25 cents a bale lowe rto 15 higher than the previous close. Oct high 31.75 — low 31.75 Dec high 31.21 — low- Si. 14-15 up 2 t o3 31.61 31.09 Meh high 31.02"—'low 30.92 30.95 off 30.GO off 3 Jly high 2<J.-1(J — low 20.30' 29.37-3!! otg 2 lo 3 Oct high 27.52 — low 2iJ.39 27.42 off 5 Middling spot 31.05N up N-nominal. Trading m October 1943 toc i ;ly _ By Huuh 8. fullerfon, J*. Persecution Is Continued From Page One American articles, I took pleasure in emphasi/.ing American inventiveness. "Take such an ordinary thing as a baby carriage," I pointed out to ner once. "How smart of the Americans to add a strap to hold the baby in." Zoya, who had a little girl, had removed the strap to make her baby carriage conform to Soviet last i style. -The idea of holding babies Mike ouppies on a leash!" she went shopoing with her for shoes on upper Broadway. We took the baby in the carriage with us, minus the strap. While we were trying on shoes inside the store, there was a terrific scream and uproar outside. Little Olechka had slipned out and fallen on the concrete sidewalk. last last - last ! s — last — last future Let Us Rebuild Your Old or moke your old one into a eomfoiiobte innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 ..!•):, Oct. 15 i.'l'i — Alis-.-ball cut into football in- Ihe past few Weeks, tin- ea Football Conference jlahoina" A. an:! average attendance- of (The Cowpokes 31,(!0l) per game .M 20.1)011 South of the Paw-der Everything is left-handed at Ok- M. this year . . . . „ . ......... 'best footballer is Comanehe Hill Grimes, a left-band- right halfback. Loddie Keinpa, Noes for News As an addition to 10-i could do v.-ithout durin .... u .. ... tw t . iji 11.1 ^- LV: SJ (J L \\ y I K Instantly a crowd had collected By >tw time Zova had soothed her baby and replaced it in the carri- ape. I spoke the last word: you those Arneri- "See. cans are NKVD anci told smart '; 0 "'' who wa shadows, had > one her pro- Porkers "m Austin for Game With Steers Tomorrow Austin, Tex., Oct. 13 — •(/!')— Coach John Barnhill ordered his 43 Arkansas Razorbaeks through lastrninule warm up sessions here today in preparation for Saturday football games against Texas. The Porkers headed by bounding Clyde Scott and Leon Campbell, arrived here shortly after noon They left Faycltevillo, Ark., by train last night. Players making Ihe trip were: Ends— Mike Schumphy. Ed aamilton, Bud Canada, "j. D. smith, Jack Richards, Sain Blitz, Billy Mix, and Ed Henderson. Tackles— Jim Reichert, Joe Claborn, John Lunncy, Urexell Atkin- ion, Bill Stancill, Travis Simpson, ieorge Eckert, and DuVull Thorn- .on. Guards— Ray Peters, George Pa: Jagerge, Charles Milam, Buddy I Brown, Major Tallent, Frank- Lain- brighl, Jack Rushing Kckel Rowland. Centers — Jim Crufton, John Ferguson, , Harold Stockton, John Top Radio Programs New York, Oct. 15 — f/P)— For' tonight (Friday): NBC—G Perry Como Supper Club; 7:30 Jimmy Duranto; 8 Eddie Cantor; 9 Life of Riley. CBS—7 Jack Carson Comedy 7:3; Mr. and Jane Ace: 9 Phil- Baker Quiz; 0:30 Spike Jones Re-- vue 10:15 Dr. Karl T. Compton oiV "Science and Security." ABC—(3:30 Lone Ranker 7 The- Fat Man; 8 Break the Bank; 0' Boxing, Leae Sala vs Rubin Jones. MBS—7 Great Scenes from "Barretts of Wimpole Street;" 7:30 Leave it to the Girls; 8:30 Lionel Hampton Show; 8 Gov. Elect Talmadge of Georgia. Saturday Items: NBC—9:3 a. m. Archie Andrews Skit: 11:30 a.m. Office in Wash-' ing ton. CBS—8:1-5 a. m. Ramyark Follies; 10 a. in. Junior Miss; 1 p. m. Stars over Hollywood Drama. ABC—-10 a. in. .Abbott and Costello; 11:30 a, m, American Farmer. MBS—10:30 a. m. Teen Club; 12 noon Smoky Mountain Havride. Mcmgrum Leads Field in GlendaSe Open Glendale, Calif., Oct. 15 —W 3 )—' Dapper Lloyd Mangrum led the' progressive into the second round of the $15,000 Glendale Open golf tournament today, teeing off with a two-stroke lead over the field. He posted a (iG for the first 18 holes. Favored Ben Hogan loured the par 72 Oakmont Country club house in CO. Sandwiched in between Man,.,rum and iiogan were Johnny Bulla of Phoenis, Ariz., with U8, and tied up with Ben at 69 were Ed Oliver of Seattle and Zell Eaton of nearby Monlebello, Calif. Skip Alexander of Lexington, N. C.. and Fred Hawkins of Anli- ocb, Illinois, had 70's. Trailing behind were such fa mi- . lar tournament players as Lawson . Little, Vic Gliezzi, and Ed Furgo. all with 7;Vs and former National Amateur champion Skee Riegel, ' with 76. , , , Shiuidox, and Billy Ray Thomas. Some lime later she yoked me by holding aloft bcfoVe i Backs'—Ross Pritchard Tracer me and reading aloud from thejScolt, Alvin Duke. Billy ' Troxel! miti-Lommunist Russian paper in ' New York an article dealing with Stacy Gordon Russian DPs in so upset thai 1 the plight of l)i_ Germany. I was felM'or the bait. "Tell iiie," I cried out, "where , ,. , , ,. . -.-..were your Molotov and Visbinsky national iett-lianders •• when millions of Russians were Ace Nim I ree j perishinu' without trial, without the •rt side, ol course. ! right O f ; )p! ,e;il. and without a , , Leon Carnbell, Geno Mazzanti, Clyde Scott, Ray Parks, Buddy Rogers, Louis Schaufelle, Looney, Sonny Hennon, Long and Billy Bass. Recently illank ! widow ,his leii cap il all in Uie Aggies pensive football 'press Iball Coach •, chance to beg for mercy" Is it uiUen by a black; any wonder that these hundreds of i na.s lo stand on j thousands of Soviet citizens and ink- coaching. . .And i veierans prefer lo be DPs than to new go back lo Soviet Russia on ac- oox I i-oiuil of the regime?" duur;; ! This outburst iiiK-1 lo the added dangerous things we - „ the foot- seasoii, Dalton Shivo of New- Kan;;., suggests all broadcast- who say: "Tho fourth and ii- iTomorrow: news of the school.) witch-hunt closing of Ihe closing Total reserves behind policies in force in U. S. life insurance companies totaled nearly $-35 billions at Ihe end of 1947. Ouochita Tigers Triumph Over Oklahoma Team Manny On lex., ill. Wilkes Ban-ire!!. !f,ij with Gei delphi a. i _~._. „,...„ ^,._..~ ( _ > ^ -.(^i.j \ji ^IIJXU- 1 ,.,-, 1 " delphia, Ark., downed East Central i "eber, "••"'• - : knocked Ada, Okla., Ouachila Colle Oct. 15 Tigers '•&)— The of Arka- Fights Last NigM Philadelphia—Gene Burton, 145, New York, knocked out Billy Nixon, 142 1-2, Philadelphia, 3. Des Muiiies—Del Cockayne, 138, Des Moines. outpointed Herman Mills, 132, Chicago, f. 1 ,'. Troy, N. Y.—Joe Danos, 152 1-2, Denver outpointed Frank Cordino 152 1-2 Palcrson. N. J. H). By United Press Minneapolis — Jackie Graves. 27 3-4, Austin, Minn., knocked out 127 1-2. El Paso, , State College 14-0 here last night. Two long passes were converted into touchdowns us the Tigers withstood the ground attack of the East Central team, Quarterback R a 1 p h Bailey heaved both aerials. The second went to Halfback Ray Helms who raced a3 yards to the goal !ine Kiver. Mass — Pav.-iucket. Phila- Jaekie IS. L, out Angelo Ambrisano, )34, Philadelphia." 1,8). Wcrcesler, Mass.— Leo Sawit-ki, HB,' Worcester, slopped Don Williams, 14-}, Worcester (b). New York (Suiinyv.-ide Garden) —Paddy Dc-rnareo, 139 1-4. New York, outpointed Pauly Jackson, J37 1-2, lU-adijit;-, Pa. ifi>.

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