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.Page Four HOPE STAR HOPE, ARKANSAS Ads Must Be In Ottice Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words Day Up to 15 45 16 to 20 60 21 to 25 75 26 to 30 90 31 to 35 1.05 86 to 40 1.20 41 to 45 1.35 46 to 50 1.50 Days Days Month .00 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.f)0 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 (i.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Male Help WanS-od Rates arc for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phono Notice EXPERIENCED HIGHWAY DESIGNERS:—Bridge Designers. Draftsmen, Cornptitri s, Tracers, for highway design projects Northeastern U. S. Can place Rome C. K. graduates with limited experience. Write for application to Michael 1'aker Jr., Inc., Box 142!), Jackson. Miss. 1H-H By Westbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. For Rent 1 WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines -W. H. West. 215 North Ha?nil!nn Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. I-l:no NEED EXTRA MONEY TO OFF- set the high cost, of living? Use your spare time 1o make extra money in high class work. In reply please give address and telephone number. Write Bo>: A in care of Hope Star. 14-Gt For Sale SEED OATS. RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRac Implement Co. 21-1 m GOOD BOIS'D ARCTTPOSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. McWilliams at MoWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo ?.- 3- n O O M apartmenls. )v.>ar Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Kchoolev. UNFURNISHED ::',i.-hoo!ey's Mrs. J. E. 11-tf \ A PART- NOW York. Oct. 1 7--Tlie Latlits Home Journal announced in iis October issue. and rather too bloody loguisbly. I (bought, that in a secret poll of its editori seven of the .")!) editors li:-. for Henry Wallace, the ca of the Communist.-; and Th" )in for pic'sidenl of th" .States. The w;j; Ilittlc confession jclebound damnedest t-o as a merry jap", but it ;.>;; a piece of calculated Tuesday, October 19, 1948 sin MODERN FURNISHED nient, private entrance. preferred. Phone (i35-W, 321 Bonner Street. ]:i-tf ., . . of the bigg;::,!, advertiyiii!' revenue FURNISHED APARTMENT, ALL I these last 25 years. After all, ihs Couple I 1 " thL ' tituffy. coons of I)];; ' bills paid. Phone 212. 13-31 BROWNS' FURNISHED GARAGE apartment. Three rooms and bath. 1311'/b West Ave. B. 1-1-31 FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED tycoon put up the money for the beautiful color effect*' in the 1... H. .1. every month, and for the salaries of those, seven pranksters who are ticket. 'I his going to vote the Moscow apart/riont. Private entrance, pri- , = , p,,h - , r °" C vale bath. No small children. :>W ! N^f'^' 11 " . t - on . 1 P'' 11 East, 2nd Street, Phono ll'!-R. I ,,,'cat g-ibho s i, 1)c ,, "'{ 1 ''"- !t First coronation of IL' I. of the y jobs C'ur- FURNISHED SMALL APART- ment for rent. 712 East Division. DUPLEX APARTMENT. EACH | unit with 5 rooms. Screened porch. Garage with storage- space. Good location. Owner leaving town. Phone lfl!-.J. 11-fH -CUSHMEN MOTOR SCOOTER, also Latonia 2G inch bicycle. Boih practically new and priced right. 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 LADIES BLACK COAT, SIZE -14, boys top coat, tan', size 10. Both in good condition. Phone 534-W after 4 p.m. 18-Mb CONCERT GRAND PIANO, phone 932-.T after f, p.m. Can be seen by appointment. 18-31 PANSY PLANTS. PREPARE your ground now, sot plants after November 1. Get them at Monts Seed Store. l!i-3t .TURKEYS, CORN FEL\SIX months old November 10. 12 to 35 pounds. Phone IS or 808-W. Dr. Alexander. 18-3t HOT POINT ELECTRIC REFRIG- erator. Phone 4G6-R. In A-l condition.. 19-fil MY HOME AT 1215 SOUTH MAIN street. New and modern throughout. See John Clark, Capitol Bav- ber Shop or call 057-.T. 19-31 Services Offered EXPERIENCED PRACTICAL nurse. References offered. Phone 440-W. 18-31 Call (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones -129 or 806 (NEW HOUSE, JUST COMPLETED. 5 rooms and bath, front and back porches, garage. 75 ft. front, located at 18th and Elm in front,., of High School. See A. A. Camp-'." 1c bell. iG-:n 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 SERVSCE 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 OM231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Notice fo Sweet Potato Growers 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 Redvclvets. Which is $1.00 per Bu, of CO Lbs. We furnish the crates and want you to get them and grade your number ones in the field and put them in crates as you pick them up. Potatoes that are put in sacr- age must be handled without bruising. We pay $10.00 per tori for- culls and rouyh stuff and tion't care how you bring them in but be cure and yet crates for Number ones rnd diy them now as the prices may be lower after it rains. E. M. McWillioms Seed Store Hope, Ark. TWO ROOM FUUNJSHKD APAUT- men I. 102 Soul!) Wa.'-)iir,f;lo,i. Electric refrigerator. private entrance. Utilities paid. 1,9-31 ... _. M.. Mo:> jaw the first, R. L, on March 1933. She also runs a variable me sure of daily prattle six limes week in a list of newspapers, her journalistic lalo.nl rose fell will] the election returns so, more and more often t days, you find goiters am we used to sai it at all. 1 have been •:e•I. a a but and and 7 Ins Friday night at TTammon-, .Stadium the high-flying Hope Bobcats entertain a strong eleven from Camden in (he most import- am, game of the season for the local loam. The Bobcats need the game lo bolsler (heir district standing while •'i loss for Camden eliminates them from the running. The visitors have one o[ Ihe strongest teams in the stale and were simply ontscorcd al Pine. Bluff last weekend 37-19 in their only loss. The Zebras are currently dubbed, the stale's best Hope'.-; rout of Texarkana Friday night, their nth straight win of the sefiKuii. placed the Bobcats in a good position for a knockout blow. In fad any undefeated team is a larger for all corners. Thai Camden has a high-scoring squad is indicated by the hist two games. They got by Texarkana with a single tally. The Panthers' main oiirnsivo weapon is a passing attack, rated ihe best in Arkansas, fney also have a hard charging ground game that usually sols up •one touchdown, passes. So they can Air Chief j statewide prestige. Aside I r rwn T7i\jr.mr>T\r T cTiT---i-, TI^,^->TO i '"•' •"•"-"-'•' Her rake-off all those TWO UNI-URMSIIED ROOMS, years, and the authors of such nhone r;r'l MJ° pC ' r m °" " J , o'v,'I novelt - v « onds -included Jess Wil- phone Ubl-v/. 19-31 (lard. Battling Nelson and Eddie Cantor. , . , . i nave been a professional, boy that the Panthers would iust like and man, since 1!)K) and I have j to beat the Bobcats as it has been i 1 h.yn 1 ' ) f, C ' C ; n< r W01 ' SC i - , C( V? y in , , pl ' int ' i a lon "' lo "S tim< = since they turn- r ... ... whidi^tho^old _girl |ed the trick. Air Marshal Sir James Robb, above, has been named com- mander-in-chieJ! of Western Europe's Air Forces. Robb will serve on the newly created Western Europe general staff, v/ith Viscount Montgomery as supreme com.nander. The Yerger Tigers journey to Hot Springs Friday night seeking another win to go with the three already chalked up this season. A special bus will take fans to the contest. Last weekend the Tigers had a tight go in .getting past a strong Pine Bluff eleven 2-0 via the safeiy route;. The 1 week before (he Hope Negro eleven took Malvern's measure 7 to 0. grabbed Lost- or Sh'ayed BLACK MARE, slocking feet, !J ward for return. The Hope boys played their host game of the season against Texarkana last Friday night and it is the general feeling they will have to play equally as well to down I Canidon. A Bobcat defeat would not be surprising— not at the hands of a team as tough as Camden. Hope Wiilard had days when he was comparatively pretlv good, bid th > WEIGHT ];.%, ! i.adies Home Journal has con- year:.; old. Roaen i tinned to run this stuff as a loadinrr I fans are pulliii" and denenduiP rnane scar in forehead. For in- feature, which is ok,-,, except that j then- Bobcats to c\ me through formation call. T. B. Gaines. South mow and again the editors, in fair-I 7 wo things are cert-, ni Elrn at West 13th Street. 310 re- ness , o tho customers, ought toj S ame is topt in the"tate int punt a list of. her Communist-Iron " • • and party-line connections and ac BLACK MULE ABOUT 15 YEARS old, weight aot) pounds. Grey on top mane, Notify Carl Gilbert. Hope, Route 3. 1G-31 NAVY FIELD JACKET. LOST OR taken by mistake at Barn Dane? Saturday night. Return to George Slroud, COO N. Elm. Phone 889-"j BLOND COCKER SPANIEL, female about six months old. Last seen in Ward 2. It found notify E. R. Brown, phone 44:1-W. iy-,'Jt Forme i 4 Boss Gel's Cooper of Jam St Louis, Oct. 19. —(UP)—Mori Cooper, former pitching star for the St. Louis Cardinals who has been charged with passing bad checks here and in Ohio, was free today on $2,000 bonds posted by his former employer. Sam Breadon, former Cardinals president, signed two $500 bonds for the charges here yesterday and tivities and some office give us a intimacies. tell about . What has been the total amount paid this great journalist snce she enjoyed her attack of literary talent 'ripht after the election of 1932? Who "selects the convenient questions that she answers, or sometimes pro- lends to answer but cleverly doesn't answer? Such as the one about the deed for a plot at Warm Springs that Moosejaw signed forever excluding his dear friends, the Negro race, from ownership or even occupancy. She stalled and fooled around on that one and may it but have seemed to answer never did. She couldn't. This announcement about the poll of the "editors" of the Ladies Home Journal said that 29 voted for Dewey, but that Truman and Wallace were tied at seven voles each. Nine hadn't yet decided, which meant that some or all ol them might vole for bubblehea-i; one wasn't voting and six were away. About one-sixth of Ihe editors of this magazine which lives on iho advertising and circulation revenues of the capitalistic industry and society of Ihe United States division and be, on hand. a record crowd S New York, Oct. 19 —(/P) —Michigan's mighty Wolverines, for the tirst time this season, reign as the nation's top college football team. Dallas, Tox., Oct. 13 —(.T) — Arkansas' Razorbacks lost some ground in the Southwest Conference statistical battle last week, but they're still tops in defense. They have held five opponents to (!98 yards. Texas, which defeated the Razorbacks last week, took over the lead in team offense by pushing its running and passing total to 1,626 yards. Arkansas is second with 1.460. Clyde Scott, the Porkers' great hurdler-halfback. remains far ahead of the individual ball carriers with 1500 yards on 03 carries and is second in total offense with G03 yards. Lindy Berry of Texas Christian is tops in total rushing and passing with 683. Southern Methodist boasls a gaugy passing record, having completed 43 of 62 attempts for 693 New York, Oct. 19 — l,.?i—Twenlv y , arcis - The Ponies' Gil Johnson is assorted attendance records were I, lcad ' n ? 1!ld!vldual tosser with broken as more persons watched ' completions in 44 tries for 574 major league ball clurin" the' 134J5 ! ya r ,' Wlth only two intercepted. season than ever before/'according L Joill . 1BO11 ^ . rlin " in , K "} ale - A!I to unofficial figures compiled bv Alncnca P oak Walker, leads the th Associated Press CLmpIJC{1 bj mass receivers with seven catches Spurred by <h n d ,„„,„.„„„ | or_22<i yards and leads the scorers Nevada Recognized by Sugar Bowl Officials New Orleans. La., Oct. 19. — UP i—The University of Nevada was told today thai it. would have a "good chance" of being invited ,o Ihe Sugar Bowl fpolball game on New Year's Day if il can finish oul Ihe season unbeaten. The Nevada Wolf Pack, currently the leading offensive team in :he nation, drew these unexpectedly-early kind words from Frank Schaub, president of the Mid-Winler Sports Association, sponsors of the Sugar Bow! game. Schaub caught the Monday quar- erbacks club here by surprise yesterday when he made that observation, and he follwed it up by •saying that Mid-Winter officials were also impressed by the show- 'ng so far of Sanln Clara. Nevada and Santa Clara clash at Sacr- menlo, Cal.. on Nov. G. BSQADCASTIM& SYSTEM the American League s top paid attendance of 11,130,039 fans, reported bv President Will Harridge, the " majors coaxed 20,072,601 through the tnn- stiles. It marked the first time in history that ho two leagues passed the 20,000,000 figure. The National "League slumped 1 per cent off (he pace of 1947, at- trading more than season. The world champion Indians, who survived playoff for the pennant on to whip the Boston the World Series, led compared to A" with 53 points and punters with an average of 37.2 yards. The No. 1 punt returner is George Sims of Baylor with an average of 29.1 on nine returns. Following him are Arkansas' Ross Pritchard with 24.4 and Scott with 20.8 each on five returns. The nearest man to Scotl in ball carrying is Bobby Goff of Texas 10 million the previous Cleveland an epic and went Braves in breakers. posted a $1,0110 bond on the " Ohio charges at, police headquarters. Cooper pleaded innocent when arraigned before criminal court Judge Louis Comerford. Cooper said he expected to gel I enough .money lo cover the checks from the signing of a baseball contract, but the deal fell through. lie did not identify the club' with which he was negotiating, but said his pitching arm is back in shape and he hopes to play baseball again. Cooper's attorneys said they . planned to go to Cincinnati lateV j this wee!; in connection with the I charges there. They indicated tlvat they expected tile ea:,e to be I cleared up quickly and made. con- were frankly eornmilaed to vole for the candidate of those stitute the fifth column. I can'l imagine what rospoiv--i- oilities they can find for that many editors in such an other-handed", The unbeaten powerhouse from Ann Arbor wrested the No. I spot from the North Carolina Tar Heels in the weekly Associated Press poll of sports writers thouroughout the country. Michigan drew 74 of the 148 first place ballots while piling up 1,336 points. Noire Dame, ranked first iv,;,,!, K in the opening poll, snared 1,218 " • points to place second to Michigan. The Tar Heels .although snaring ."2 first place votes lo Notre Dame's ?.' ! . drouped lo third place with 1 239 votes. The fighting Irish scored heavily in second place- votes. Points are awarded on a 10 for first place, nine for second and so on down the line to one for tenth place. ."Michigan's c o n v i ncinff 2R-0 trouncing of previously unbeaten the record staggering The Tribe drew a total of 2,020,027 into Mammoth Municipal Stadium for a now single club season record. That bettered the former mark of 2,265 512 set^by the 194B New York Yankees. The Yankees, times who has carried 77 . , i........ Sa t n r d a y while ,, ln <';-(North Carolina downed once vic-i; —d-gir,s oditei.r'And'T'nir,'!!;;;;:;^ Wolverines. Notre Dame romped;' 10 a 44-13 win over Nebraska to i keep it-; .-late clean. i "Vli?--ouri. 11-Mn a week ago, ii'mnod lo ninth >yilli 193 poin's. j Northwestern, third last week.,, wound lip in tenth place with 1!'.2 i Point". i. ' i! '" point score with first place' 1 runners-up to the!', their former .re 2,373,901 paid fans. Five other clubs — Detroit, Boston and Philadelphia in the American League, and Pittsburgh and Boston in the National- established new marks. Billy Meyer's Pirates, a surprise flag contender, packed 1 517,400 into Forbes Field, cracking by 233.339 the park's record set last year. Pittsburgh's total also topped all other National League chilis. Even the St. Louis Browns beat ui.-,r' 47 gate by more Uirm 15,000 ' New York, Oct. 19 -—(UP)—After I less than a month of full dress on the collegiate football ;, only 53 teams retained records today in the first United Press honor roll of 1948. These were the only unbeaten and untied survivors of the thousands of squads which started out in September with high hopes of leveling every opponent in sight. Most, of the clean slate teams were in the Midwest and the East every section of the na- There although lion still was represented. were 18 in the Midwest, 1C in the East, nine in the South, five each in the Far West and the South- SAENGER STARTS SUNDAY n'm- - got Ol.ll imonl of ih: 1 i--i. i allowances, j i '.'I lie sling aii:i : il i'i edi .- giving i •rwiso. wlial for 1 all these year;:? ideal, is" .--.he? une 'he seveni ' I low nn.IP- ' I'fice are 1\ FLOOR Sanding and Hemhsncr LINOLEUM Asphalt Tilt » Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 2SQ say, too, that the olhor-handednoss ol the Ladies Home Journal some- Hj'nes is more apparent lhau real. von think you are reading a lir les:-,, unnpinionaied thin:.' for the id),' enlert kind of wives who and then you feel a that is the pulihoa you the load. (Mho Eleanor the gieal restitution She isn't non-p, Otherwise, how c pro-Wallace i-rlito.-.- execuiivos in your Henry Wallace? And what are th those great journal j r : Beatrice i'.laci'.mar ( editors? l're;,nn:in!: now that they hav'- lation. and rcun mbe intimacy with the < would gne.-;: that the ihe seven u'lio are or Wallace. Yes. 1 that the eiiiior:-- ,, I lome Journal, which lions ni' dollar:: e\v> American hi-.-, bnsiiu- jlhe seven who f;rvo I slob wi.o didn't dan J he did or did not v, i in the Last- Hsqht Associated By The Associated Press Coach John Barnhill and his Arkansas Razortaacks will begin today or tomorrow a two-week al- tempt to work out a defense for the troublesome T formation. The Porkers were sailing along at a fast clip until they ran into a couple of major teams which spring trickery and power from the T—Baylor and Texas. Now Arkansas has two straight defeats on its record. ! The Razorbacks next opponent, Texas A. & M., will run and pass from the T—and so will two other teams they'll face this year, Rice and Tulsa. The fact that Arkansas has no game this week should help. Barnhill let the boys off without practice yesterday and hadn't decided whether to hold a workout today. But the rest of the time until Ihe Ocl. 30 bailie at College Station will be a rough time for the Red and White. Barnhill announced the squad will have its "toughest scrimmage of the season" either Friday or Saturday. The Razorbacks came out of their loss to Texas with only minor injuries, and three players who missed that game—End Jim Cox. Guard Don Reiderer and Tailback Buddy Rogers—are expected to bo ready for the Aggie tilt. Barnhill said Arkansas lost Saturday because Texas had a better line, but he praised the defensive performance of some of his own forwards—End Billy Hix, Guards Ray Peters and Frank Lambright and Center Billy Ray Thomas. Elsewhere in' the Southwest Conference, (earns were to begin bearing down today. Texas starled getting ready for its engagement with Rice by "looking for ways of improving its aerial game as an aid to its powerful running game. Coach Blair Cherry indicated he would make more frequent use of Bill Allen, reserve quarterback who has the team's best throwing arm. Frank Guess, the Longhorns' Jme punter and hard-running halfback, will be out of action for two weeks because of an arm injury suffered in the Arkansas scrap. Rico Coach Jess Neely is lookin score -; in parentheses. iMiehii'an (741 1,330. No!,-!- Dame (!','-;i 1,218. ..Vm-ih Carolina <32i 1,130. (.'alifi.-nii;; ( I4> ."70. Army i 1 i 775. Georgia Tech Ii27. Pennsylvania 42o. Penu Stale i l'i 411. Missouri i2i 103. . Northwestern 182. '-lahoma finished l"th with :"3 t:;. 1 ikausi's. Kansas and ' Missis- i State tied for HOlh with four Pre.is -— Charley (Affifi Pittsburgh, slopped J5."i 3-1, Scranton, ' The .v Yor; 'GO. Gene Boland Pr:. (31. Cinoinnnti — Walter Washington. D. C., Woidin, 211 1-4 Auslr xlcckion. Calif. - cusen, l-ifl. New Orleans out Al Robinson !-!; Calif. (2i. , - —- sparsely .settled Rocky Moulain region Particularly significant ' in (his wild season of upsets and cut. throat football was the facl that 'there were only nine major un- neaten combines, Michigan, Noire i for ways of bolstering the Owls Dame. North Carolina, Pennsylva- j following their 33-7 rout by South- ;nia, Geoigia Tech, Penn Stale, I ern Methodist. iLahfornia Army and Cornell. I "I guess we'll try some changes i hut right in there with the big- in our starling lineup," Neely com- !\vi.'-.'f, just as well off as far as ihe|mcnted. "Al least we'll experiment I \\oii and lost statistics were con-j Tuesday with a scrimmage. We Ha for. 203. Slopped Jo 'ia, i!)i. Bernard Do- knocked F were football's little giants. LET FOY DC !T • Level yards * Dig Post Holes t Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lotu * Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phono 1066 S. Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within -10 Mill's DHAD HORSES, COWS and CKIPH.ES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7(i23 (phone collect) If No Ausv.er Dial 3-.V770 •*— C-**i"S •G-rt?*-. ::el > fe5£- a Ale By United Press Scranion. Pa. -- Nick Kashuba. 101. Brooklyn, outpointed diet Vinci. 15|i, iconic. N. Y. dOi. New Haven. Conn. — Leo Mal- liaciani, L'0-i, Ballimore, Md. out- pointed Ke.rnii; Reynolds !i!0, Fairfield, Conn. UO). Providence, R. I.—Freddie Russo, 13fi. Hahway. N. J.. knocked out Huberto Sierra. 133 Havana j Cuba.. i7). Chicago — Al Johnson, 175. In- dinapolis, hid., stopped liingo Harris, 172. Detroit (7). corned Loading this gathering were the valiant Vikings of Missouri Valley College at Marshall, Mo., who now nave a record of 36 straight victories over a four year stretch esno, under their coach. Vo'lnoy Ash ford Ihe Vikings just barely made the Irado with a 7 to G ' victory overlberger .... , ^,. i , v „ (--cntral of Fayetle, Mo. in their lasl I least Whittaker is ex start, but thai point after touch- Saturday's game wi ciown kept the slate clean. - . • In Illinois they were talking about the "lurnabout boys." the crew from Illinois College of Jacksonville, which dropped all nine games on its schedule a year bill which was won four in a in -4K. ( The hand that rocks the cradle [ was winning football games for the jt-ort Hays, Kan., State Tigers ago row re there are nine fathers with liivt er C!. Sanderson. Texarkana al- aminimccd that plans are \va.v Cur launching Finance ij'iis throughout the Council. drive will be held in | r Di.sti-iot mi October 21 diives scheduled as fol- l.ai'ayeite Distriet-October vi^r District. November 3, Districl. November •), lieinp- District. Nov.-mher !). Cass -l, N'ovi'inber Hi. and Nevada . N. \vmber Hi. with llo\v- Mi-iet to bi- ::i-ran;;iHt. • i-"a'i- park \va.s Use scone of Sr..ut activity Monday even- lV |'!!-.iv. in-.; iU iiiunstraiion ol ised cuokcry ; !U d outdoor , !'.'• M'..uim;;su-r I'lyde Cof ,:,j:, <;^ i-,,,);ud tile evi-nin;.' "•> Vi-ral .-.rums in th re- inii'i-menls in 1'ir definitely are not satisfied with the team as it worked Saturday." Neely had one consolation. Rice came oul of the SMU encounter with no injuries. Three regulars are on the Texas Aggies' injured list. End Wray Whittaker .Guard Odell Staul/en- anrl Back Bobby Goff. At expected to miss with Baylor. Baylor, on the other hand, is due to be in top physical condition. The Boars, only undefeated team in the conference, suffered only minor injuries in whipping Texas Tech last week. A dummy scrimmage opened the week's work at Waco yesterday. SMU took things easy yesterday bul today began working oul a de- tense for Sanla Clara, which will Tuesday p.m., Oct. 19 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M ,, 5:30 Captain Midnight—M * 5:45 Tom Mix—M 0:00 Rhythm & Reason '. G:15 News. Five Star Final G:25 Today in Sports 0:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Mysterious Traveler—M 7:30 Official Detective—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Haatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Lone Wolf—M 8:55 Bill .Henry, News—M 3:00 American Forum of the ft Air—M ; " 3:30 Jimmy Fealherstone's Orch —M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Joe Reichman's Orch.—M • 10:30 Dizzy Gillespie'n Orch.—M 30:45 Jerry Wald's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign-Off Wednesday a.m.. Oct. 20 5:57 Sign' On G:00 Hillbilly Hocdown 0:15 Home Sweet Home Program 6:25 Bargain Roundup V ; G: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 Organ Interlude; 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 Heatler's Mailbng . —M 10:45 Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kale'Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kale Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade (.County 1 Schools) 11:45 Luncheon at Sarcli's—M Wednesday p.m., Oct. 20 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time . .1, 12:15 John Daniel Quartet - '* 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Heart's Desire—M 2:30 Movie Matinee—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 Here's lo Veterans 5:00 Adventure Parade—M <f' 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 0:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Edil'-^a 6:25 Today in Sports G:30 News Comment—M (1:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 Can You To:; This—M 7:30 Hoitro Speaker Joseph Martin—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M , 8:00 Gabriel Heatler—M I 8:15 Mutual New:-'-eel—M j 8:30 Erskine Johnson—M ^ I !J:00 Opinionairt IU 0:30 Gene Cardo'-. Orch.—Al 9:45 Shandor'.s Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Jimmy Fealhcrstono's Orch —M 10:30 Lt. Gen. Hob). L. Eichelberger--M Mu lu a I New.-,—M Sign Off (Kli. New Orleans. La.—Keith Hamilton, 137 1-4, New Orleans, out- pointed Chafaro Marline:'., ];•!!!, Meaxieo City. 'Mexico <10i.' in Dixie thir perfect records Last year Maryville. lenn.. Teachers knocked both out o! the unbeaten ranks, bul this season they bowled over Maryville on successive weekends. , visit Dallas Saturday. Guard Brownie Lewis, Mustang co-captain, is out of uniform for the second straight week with an injury 'ihe other regular guard ' wlio missed the Rice game, Walter Roberds is expected to return to the lineup this week. Top Radio Programs York, Oct. 1 0—(/P)—Tuning .By Huoh S. Jr. New tonight: NBC—7 Snakes generally will .swallow artificial porcelain t-gL>,s as fast as genuine on„•.•;.• and sniee they cannot digest the artificial variety, this often proves fatal to the snake. Notice Mel Let Us Rebuild Your O!d or moke your old one into a comfortable ionerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 HI New York information that the O Systi.ni and Ameiica an light busino: est in the al,oul to get .-. by buying ronrna'.nepl i. . . We .-.budde:- lo :.Nible consequence: ale iro.'n "-ivcwa; apparently, 'liiere ighters thev conk aoito got Heath on the ph made him an offer. Inside hour Nevada Coach Joe Slice kj called In explain that the had another year's eligibility tiu- Nevada' team u'ould be cked without him. . .So Mura- ! v. ithdrew the oiler ... This ' Wednesday ik-ath it only the nation's: in- giouncl-gainer: evei-ybudy i ' Torino; 7:30 With Judy; 3:30 Fibber and Molly i U Big Town; 9:30 People Are | Funny. | CBS—7 Mystery Theater- I The People; 8:30 Life With (9:30 Morey Amsterdam. | ABC—0:30 Phil Bovero orches- jlra; 7:30 Town Meeting "What one j Should UN Do About Pale-tine'-'" - of;9:30 Let Freedom Ring. MBS--- 7 Mysterious 7:30 Detective drama- Wolf. Dale a We Luigi Traveler; t!:30 Lone WARNING ORDER No. C813 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County Ark C. E. NICHOLS Plaintiff REBECCA CLARK, ET AL .„. Defendant Ihe Defend;)!)!, Mrs. Waller' Lown Ward Nichols, and Flsie Nichols, his wife, Mr. and Mrs- Howard Nichols are warned to apl pear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, C. E. Nichols. Witness my hand and the seal of said conn this 11 day of October C. E. WKAVFR. Clerk by Omera Evans, I). C (SEAL) Oct. 12, 19, 20, Nov 2 Legal Notice 4-B NHC — 11:15 a. m. U. Roosevelt k S all about him and San 'Fran- I gram. Mrs. probably will have the last) CBS— 9:30 a. m. Godfrey's e in the All America Confer- ABC-- 8 Breakfast Club" N. Pro- irom Paris. Hour. dl ' alt - .Al I heald Shorts After and Shells Texas oeat the team Saturday, kids from the ! MBS- ! Music. -9:30 a. m. say It With huro-wor- knot hole [appeared on the at Austin, Tex., ignored the ers to swar.'n aiound Smack- Scott of Arkansas. There are several instances on record in North Carolina when voracious bluefish have driven schools 01 menhaden on to the shore until they were piled up knee deep. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that the County Supervisor of Henipstei'd County, lias called an election to be held m Washington School District No. 12 oi llernp'iU-iid C'uimtv. on the 10 uav of Nov.. HI-;;] at w'itieh the oualmed electors in said SchooJ District shall vote on the tjuestion of a 1-jan irorn the Revolving Loan I'und. and ihe levying of a special inx ol one (]> mill annually on the assessed valuation of Ihe "taxable properly m the district so long as is necessary to repay said loan'and the interest thereon. Such election shall be held at Washington School on the 10 day of Nov., 1948 between Ihe hours of 2:00 o'clock P. M. and 6:30 P. M. and otherwise iii the same manner as is provided bv law tor holdinc annual school elections WITNESS rny hand this'4 day of E. R. Brown County Supervisor Oct. 5, 12, 19Hem '^« d County

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