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Page Four HOPE STAR/HOPE. ARKANSAS Number of Words Up to la .... 16 to 20 21 to 25 .. ,. 26 to 30 31 to 35 SG to 40 ... 41 to 45 40 to SO Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One ——— Dny Days Days Month .45 .90 1.50 .60 1.20 2 HO .75 LiiO 2.50 .30 1.80 3.00 1.03 2.10 3.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 1.35 2.70 4.50 1.50 3.00 5.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone 450 For Rent G.OO 7.50 0.00 10.50 12.00 Ifl'OO i TWO UOOM men!. Hi:-: South War.hi Electric rrfrigf-rator, ) enlrnnce. Utilities paid. 2- 3- H O O M UNFI.m T -; apartments. near S''li Stun.;. Phono 38-F-ll. Mrs .Sr-hooie-y. SJ!F,D o!ey's . .I.'tf \\-Vi Notice TWO UNFUn NT Sit ED~ It Bills paid. S25 per month. phone I201-W. WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West. 215 North Hamilton Street. Phone 122R-V/., Hope. Ar_J^»ns^s. 1-1 mo NEED EXTRA MONEY To7>FF- set the high cost of Jiving? Use your spare time to make extra money in high class ivork. In reply please give address and telephone number. Write Box A in care of Hope Star. M-fit For Sale SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRae Implement Co. 21-lm GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Sec E. M Me- Williams ;,t McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-1 mo LADIES BLACK COAT. SIZE 44, boys top coat. tan. size 10. Both in good condition, Phono 531-W after 4 p.m. H!-3t Tt-le__ 10-3t TWO UNFURNfSHKDROOMs! Private entrance. Convenient, to bath. Bills paid. 42,'i Soutii Hor- _vf'.v. 2C ! LARGE PASTURE~~FORLIV7?- j stock. Plenty of water. Located ! on Silas Sanford farm. E. A. j Pickering, Hope, Route 4. 20-31 NICE BEDROOM wVm~p7flV~ATE j 'cntranci'. Gentleman preferred. I 220 South Pine, Phone 'AGO. 21-31 FOUR ROOM UNFURNISIIED .-nvirtrnent. Private bath ;nid pri- vale enlrance. 222 Norlh Ilervoy. ! Mrs. GaIster, 25-';; t i NICE BEDROOM WITH PRIVATE i entrance. Gentlemen preferred. j 220 South Pine. Phono 303. 25-31 VACANT CAR LOT CLOSE IN ON Walnut Street. Dr. M. V. Russell 101 Dorado, Ark. Box 54fi. 25-Cit BEDROOM WITH ADJOINING bath. Phone 122-W, :-120 Norlh Washington. 25-.'U Unbeaten Grid Teams Narrov/ed to Field of 36 Ne.w York, Oci. 25 (/('•—Seventeen more college foolhnll teams were tied or beritc-n last week and io- day only 3(3 schools still can boast of perfect record:,-. Army and Conic II, two of the major powers, hooked up in a f ] U e] of :ill-coiH|ii"ring elevens and the Big Red fell, '><}<}. Penn Slate. tj,,,| Ml-! by Miehi j.'iao Sialc-, wa:-: tile only other •major out jit. to c i-,'(,p nut. The other lop team;; in (be select set are California. Michigan Noire ; Dame, North Carolina. Army' .Georgia Tr.ch Nevada. Penn and Clomsou. i Other:-; tied or beai.cn during flic ! week included Colorado A M and Ft. •• -- Monday, Ocfobor 25, 1948 Continues Stellar Play S. CONCERT GRAND PIANO phone 932-J after (i p.m. Can be seen by appointment. 18-31 PANSY PLANTS. PREPARE your ground now, set plants after November 1. Gel them al Montr, Seed Store. 18-31 TURKEYS, CORN FED, SJX months old November 10. 12 to 35 pounds. Phone 18 or 803-W. Dr. Alexander. 1T!-3I, HOT POINT ELECTRIC n eralor. Phone 4GG-R. In A-l condition. ]f)-(it MY HOME AT 1215 SOUTH MAIN street. New and modern throughout. See John Clark, Capitol Barber Shop or call fi57-.I. lD-3t NEW HOUSE, JUST COMPLETED 5 rooms and bath, front and bacl: porches, garage. 75 ft. front, located at 18th and Elm in front of High School. Sec A. A. Camp- ONE OLD HART 14 ft, long. Also trailor. Sec N. A. Goss, at Dad's Place, South E}m St. 25-31 NEW HOUSE JUST~TOMPLETEDT 5 rooms and bath, front and back porches and garage. Lot 75 x 250 •located inth & Elm in front of High School. Sec owner at 112 W 18th street. 25-31 ONE GOOD GAS~"OR ..... BUTAN~K cook stove. One good wood cool: stove. See W. A'i Austin, Ili(.-h- way 4, Hope, Route 2. 25-',it Call 129 (nights) — FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Alien Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 WE HAVE Seed Oafs, 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 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 Edgcwood Hope Notice to Sweet Potato Growers Dig your potatoes now before it rains and ruins the quality. Until further notice we offer you ?50.CO per ton for No. 1 Poitoncc,n arid Redvtlvets. which is 51.CO per Bu. of GO Ubs. We furnish ihe crates and want you to tjc-t them and grade your iium!j» r ones in the field and put UK rn in emits ss you pick them up, Potatoes that are put in storage mutt be handled wr.hout bruising. We pay S.20.00 pur lyn for culls and rough Ltuff inJ don't caie how you briny them in but be tine and c^t "crates for Number ones and'dig them now as the prices may be lower after it rains. E. M. McWilliams Seed Store Hope, Ark. Lost- NAVY FIELD .TACKCT. LOST OR taken by mixlnke at Barn Dance Saturday night. Re-turn to George Stroud, (JOB N. Kim. Phone Stf9-,l. 19-31 Monday p.m., Oct. 25 BLOND COCKER SPANIEL, .female about six months old. Last .seen in Ward :'.. It found notify E. R. Brown, phone <!•).">-W. 1'J-;)' SIIAKK CROPPER, COUPLE preferred. See Mr:;. C. H. Mc- Kinnoy, Hope, KouLc- 2. Former J. W. Downs Place. 21-31 • For Sale or Trade PAIR OF GOOD BAY MA?t~Ks7nnu pounds each. Pair of extra choice fi-yoar-old horses. Bargain prices for quick- Kale. Ross R. GiHe;;pio Female LADY TO SELL LOVELY GUArT- antecd lingerie, hosiery etc. Modest prices. Big earnings. Peak Season. Our 2(ilh year Write THOGERSEN HOSIERY CO., Wiimette, 111, 25-31 Male HeSp Waraited EXPERIENCED HIGHWAY DESIGNERS:—Bridge Designers, Draftsmen, Computers, Tracers, for highway design projects Northeastern U. S. Can place some C. E. graduates with limited experience. Write for application lo Michael Baker Jr.', Inc., Box H29, Jackson, Miss. lfi-11 Services Offered EXPERIENCED PRACTICAL nurse. References offered Phone -MO-W. io-;it Woman BCtffed When Stove Explodes .., . :00 Adventure Parade— M :15 Superman — M :30 Captain Midnight— M :45 Tom Mix— M .-OO Salon .Serenade 15 News, Five- Star Final :25 Today in Sports :30 Henry J. Taylor— M 45- Fulton Lewis, Jr.— M :00 The Falcon— M :30 Fishing ,'<: Hunting Club— M :55 Hy Gardner — M :00 Strom Tliunnon.'l :30 State' GOP -t5 Mi;.sic;il Interlude- 55 Bill He-nrv. News :00 To Be Announced 30 Michael Zarrcm's Orch.— M 4,') Tom Grant's Orch — M 00 All the News— M 15 Stan Palu.n's Orch.— M :30 Eddy Duchin's Orch.— M 55 Mutual News— M 00 Sign Off M Tuesday, October 26 5:57 Sign On 0:00 Hillbilly Hocdown 0:15 Home S'.voe! Home 0:1!5 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News. First I'Jclilion C: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 Hope Bobcats proved to [Arkansas they have a powerful! football team by soundly licking j -C.amdo,) .i.J-v last J-nday night and promptly set themselves up as I chief target for every team on the schedule from here on out And any one of the remaining nnoonenls are callable of knocking off Hope. Its Hot Springs, Little Rock. Smaekover, Arkadelph'ia and Nashville, all potent opponents. So before thc Bobcats gel any championship ideas in their heads they must win 5 more games and knock off Blylhevillc in a playoff. Most of the fans are pointing (o Little Rock as the toughest left on the Cat schedule. The team and coaches arc pointing to Hot Springs—-the next opponent It would be a sad mistake to sell the Trojans short although they have ost many games. It should be pointed out that thc Spa eleven is coached by Joe Dildy, who not only is familiar \Vuh the Bobcat system—Notre Dame shift—but will be gunning to win out over his former pupils. That Hot Springs is pointing for Hope was emphatically indicated at Norlh Little Rock Thursday night when the Trojans suffered a rousing 37-0 defeat. It looks as it the Trojans may have been n'nying the Hope game, and North Little Rock took advantage. El Doivdo. a team that gave Hope p scare earlier in the season, had a pretty tough time downing the Trojans 14 to 13 a few weeks ago. There is no doubt that Hot Springs can play a brand of football that might upset the Bobcats. Certainly the boys and coaches realize- this and will be playing Hot Springs not some game down the line. The Bobcats are on Ihe spot. —the same as all winning teams— and. will have lo play their best in every contest. Friday night's win gave have the edge in District 7-AA conference play. The Bobcats have to beat Smaekover. there, November 12. to be assured of a playoff birth, and the loop title. Seasonal Standings Team \V 7 5 2 .Y ^m:'^ „''£» \v*>' •* *<!» **^. " V' 7/*>^"> f ^ «< *• % «.->«/' >V.^> ' A* '<-£•"<« ;„ ' >&& *rs • j f *. Jack Ray, all-state end at Hope, Arkansas' tast year, Is now playing a stellar brand of football for the McNeeie Junior College Cowboys of Lake Charles, La. At the flank position Jack is an outstanding pass receiver. He is an aggressive and capable ball player and will bear watching by opposing teams. T 0 0 0 0 0 Pet. 1.000 .714 .400 .280 3:00 f!: 30 Sunrise Serenade Slogan Parade Fort Smith, Oct. 25 — (/Pi — A' stove explosion early Sunday killed) Mrs,. Steve Neumeier and severely : burned Ivr husband "at their home; at Scranlou. Ark., five miles east of Pari.-i. ' j I The three young ehidren of the I couple escaped injury when their father broke a window in tile room \ they were sleojiin.!: in and pulled '. jlheni Ihroui'.h Ihe window lo safety, i i ^Tiie blast oceitsed when 'Mrs. j j -\eumeier no;ir.:-d fraelor lui'ls' j," 11 ''oals in ihe kitchen stov." til 1 Ibj'hl a fire. " j 8:55 Organ Interlude 0:00 Cecil Brown—M 0:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Say it With Music—M 10:00 Speech by Cov. Strom Thurmond 10:-II) Minute Quix 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Sttidenl Parade—Hope High 11:45 Music by Monroe Tuesday, October 26 12:00 News, Homo Edition 12:10 Market Time 1.2:15 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 2:110 Stilton's Livestock Sale '.::30 iYiov.o Matinee—-M 3:1)0 Vocal Varieties The Johnson Family—M Time to Dance Two-Ton Baker—M Swiiii- Time Social Security Day by Day Adv> nture Parade—M Superman—-'M Captain Midnight—M Tom M'.:: -M Rhyme ,-v 1^ ,,.on Cumdon Smaekover .... Tcxarkana 2 Fordyce 1 Conference Standings Team W L T Pet. Hope : 200 1.000 Carnden 1 1 0 .500 Smaekover 110 .500 Texarkana 120 .333 Fordyce 010 .000 Next week's schedule: Prescotl at Texarkana; Hope at Hot Springs Fordyce at Malvern; Smaekover at Camden (conference). Little Rock, Oct. 25 —(/P)—Hope's B(.bcats were named today as the No. 1 high school football team in Arkansas. The undefeated, untied District Seven, Class AA powerhouse was chosen by a narrow margin by the Arkansas to another FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 por Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS coaches polled by Democrat? Second place went Doublo-A eleven, Blytheville, the Districl Three champion which hasn't lost a game but has been tied once. The Chicks had to forfeit two games because of tiie use of an ineligible player. The Little Rock Tigers, the state's leading schoolboy team for the last two seasons and currently topping the Big Six (TripleA) division, was voted third. Here's the way the team:; were- ranked, with first place votes in parentheses and total points figured I'M i a basis of ten for a first pl;-ce vote, none for .second, etc.: 1. Hope (12), total points Hit). 2. Blylheville (4), total points New York, Oct. 25 negie Tech students — Car „.. - have started painting signs around their own campus demanding a boiler fool- ball learn. . . .That goes to show how far emphasis can go . . . . The old custom, still kept alive in some schools, was to smear paint on thc other guy's buildings . .Or moj'be thc Carnegie thing is just showing the effects of the startling discovery that Tech's good neighbor, Pitt, can beat a Big Nine team. . . .In 1 the past few years the best suggestion for improving Pitt football came from an uniden tified halfback. . . .Just before the kiekoff as the Panthers were about to take their weekly walloping from a mid-Western rival, the kid turned to the referee and said: "How about letting me handle the whistle in this game and you car ry the ball. I think we'd do better." . . .The referee was none other than the former Chicago great, Jay Bcrwanger. By Hucfh B. FuIIorton, Jr, f/P) 3cmfa Anita Open Finds 2-Way Tie Arcadia, Calif.. Oct. 25 —(,/p) — Thc 54holc Santa Anita Open golf tournament wound up in a tie yesterday between Dr. Cary Middle coff. Memphis, Tenn., and Marty Furgol, Albuquei-que, N. M. each with 202. They'll play it off after Middle coff returns from the Hawaiian open. A S500 first prize is at stake. Skip A 1 e x a n d c r Lexington, N. C., finished third with 20G. It's a Rug Game In his first game as a Louisiana State U. varsity footballer, some opoonenl walked all over Halbfback Billy Bagget's leg ... In his second Billy just happened to lie down in time for a player to stomp on his face. . . .Last week against Georgia it happened, again. Someone left cleat marks on Billy's nose. Figuring it must be teammates now cal Bagget. Dallas, Tex., Oct. 25 —f/P)—South- ern Methodist and Texas settle ac counts this week and one or thc other might leave space in the credit column for a $100,000 entry The $100,00 is thc estimated value of a Cotton Bowl berth, which goes to the Southwest Con ference champion. Baylor kept an unoeaten record ith its 20-14 victory over Texas A. and M. last week. But the Bears and Texas Christian, (he other New York. Oct. 25 —I/P) — College football swings into the back stretch this week with games that should go a long way toward identifying the major bowl princi pales. California's potent Bears look like a cinch for the Rose Bowl if they can squeeze by Southern Cal Saturday at Los Angeles. The Pasadena guest may be decided at Evanston where Northwestern engages Ohio State. Down in Dixie, unblemished North Carolina and Georgia Tech, sticking close to their telephones for Sugar, Orange or Cotton Bowl feelers, run into large humps in their schedules. The N. C. Tar Heels play Tennessee at Knoxville and Tech's frisky Yellow Jackets moot an un defeated but twice-tied Duke team. The Southwest feature is South ern Methodist against Texas at Austin. The victor in this one could well land in the Cotton Bowl al though both must reckon with Baylor, which has only a tie on its record. The job for the bowl promoters was further simplified last Saturday when two of the 11 unblem ished teams were stricken from thc list. Army's powerful machine rolled over Cornell, 27-6, handing the Big Red its first smudge. Perm State, riding a victory string that covered the 1947 season, was j.ied by Michigan State, Thc nine left without defeat or Tigers Play Camden Here Thursday The Yergcr High School Tigers will piny the Lincoln High School TAigers of Carnden. Arkansas,* Thursday night of this week of Hammons Stadium at I! o'clock. The game will bo (lie Tigers Homecoming and they will be facing a tough foe in the Camden club. There has always been a bitter rivalry existing between the two schools, so much so that a close game is expected. The Tigers came out of their scoreless tie with Hot Springs nursing quite a few injuries but Coach Brooks and his staff will do everything possible to have the team in good physical condilioSk Thursday night. club still in title, aren't grade. Texas Christian the running for the expected to make ihe lost a wild, 21 18. decision to Oklahoma in an intersectional tilt. Southern Methodist humbled touted Clara, West 33-0. Coast eleven, Santa chances spinning, Texas knocked Rice's in the conference race 20-7. The 14-13 decision Southern Methodist scored over Texas last year left Longhorn fans mutterin "wait until next year." That was Monday Matinee Francis (Red) sparked Penn's a habit Billy's , valt , unl " n<>Xt yeai ''" That w:l£ him '•Ca\'pcV"j^ e% ? n ^ cl f ln ^' thc Longhorns lost. Ibsnia in the Sugar Bowf. Southern Methodist finished unbeaten and played Penn State to a draw in the Cotton. Bowl over Navy Saturday. once was- water boy for the Penn team. And Bill M.-icKridfs. who (inarter backed ihe Eagles to victory over Bapnell who The two "toams come to the cli- "P with the weaker U. C.' L. A ut!^! ii. 11 , ^ i u.j rv1 ,, ^. ,^j. ., ,-!,,,,.— „ f ,,, nnr , r \\J „ ,. U ! .-, ,-, t ,,., C> i .. i ~ - _ .1 f~ . * gridiron victory ihe Bears, is cot and water now on talent mini Hill Henry, Kevs—M Ah-!-: ., :•:' i- oi'iiiii tii' UK FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tll« ROY ALLISON Phone 230 :-'. Little Rock, total noinls 130. now on t 4. Pine Bluff i2). total points 123. the coal .'i. North Little Rock total points j the walei I). Fort Smith, total points 05. 7. Camden. total points 513. ::•:). Kl Duradu (tie) total points '). Nashville (tiei, total points i. HI. Paragoulci total points 34. Others leceiving points: Russell lie 27, Van Huron 2(i. Magnolia Smaekover 11, Malvern Ii, •itholie High and Lake Village 5 Bauxite, West Memphis. former toter. . . . scouts will and si art gle mas- . .From abandon . . covering , front The St. Lr.uis I Browns did more business al the • turnstiles and al the concession Islands with their farm clubs than in St. Louis last seaon. and Ijatesvill Benlon and Brinkl Top triad io (Programs j LET FOY DO IT * Level yards a Dig Pott Holes » Plow Gardens e Cut Vacant Lots is Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut tit. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Tex'jrkarm Rendering Plant Dial :>-7(u':-; i |i!!ei;e ec:!!'-ei) If Isn Ansv.-er Dial ;i-, : i'i"Vt) • :M-'.V York. Dei. ;r, - ,.)-, ... Listen I "'- lonii'.hi: MIC - V Cavalcade i I- 1 ' ;i»i:i '-'• Hi. J)'- ne lii:nne: Ji Donald \ Vooi hi .... O'.ieeri. !',: ',r, j it (| i u , .. | •>'• V .;>!...'-info, ],; .... Itll Mosic. "" j Tin :i'o '•' '|'i !;.- See: el Heart;' 1 !i:;;n : A!H' 'I: :iii I .one Kany.er: V I )per- 1 ': -'•.'<' .,! n:.]c: .;: "'i ;•.; a r.-. in t' M . ^'i' ii' '':: :ii Si:,r! :<:•'. Kay Star,-. -'.i^'' '; Tii.. !-':deon-. ' V::'.u 'K::'l: '•" 'i Hlil!'. 1. !e : ,. l,. :!i |.o! ;;i V {[-..... ei •:••'.! ''. : '.':':'i ' Berq Is Over Mrs. Zahaifias 'oi'l Smith, Oct. 2' — ( :u;;hl. jiowerful tee sliots for Patty Berg. liss Her;;. Savage. Minn., won Ilardserabble Country Club's | Hen's open tournament crown | '-'•• Mrs. Mildred (Babel Did- • in X.aharias in a nin and tuck lie here yesterday. The defend- ehampion missed a long putt •n the 1,'ilh hole to lose the By CARL BELL Little Rock, Oct. 25 I'/IY— Were it not for the fact that this is a season for upsets, they'd concede the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football championship to Arkansas Tech riglil now. The Wonder Boys, flashing speed, power and a' fine aeri'il "ailacj-.-' cleared what appeared to be iho'r toughest hurdle last week. Thev swamped Arkansas Slate Teach er.i. with whom they shared last year's title, 3!)-(i, in a lioinei-oinin.t attraetion which drew ii.ollll fans at Rns.selh'ilie. But Arkansas A. & M.. a l.-un max of a drama 00,000 fans art. expected to witness at enlarged Memorial stadium in Austin. This will be the largest throng ever to .scr- a regularly scheduled confer (>nce till, it is 2,000 more than Texas' big saucer seats. Universi- tv athletic officials expect the ad ditional 2.(100 to got in some way. Texas has won four and lost two thip year. Southern Methodist has won lour and-lost one. The- iti-eat !>oak V.'alker and sharpshooter Gilbert Johnson pack an (iH'ensive jvnu-h ilv Longhorns can 1. matr-h. The perform-.-.ice of each team's line might determine tl"- a.-'rne'.s oiuco.mc. Baylo,- and!-.-Texas Christian taimle in thi! SQfoncl most impor •-nt Hame Ihs'M/ee 1 -. Arkansas and Texas A. and )VL- play for persoml nrcsliiff and R,)c,o niirses its injuries in a^no.rj'-fi'onieren.ce tilt with Texas Tech. .;f' . " • A loss for. Texas Christian would leave it an "also ran," in the title chase. A defeat for Baylor would oust it from the', ranks of the beat en, once-lied e-levens. ii.'.'' i Head o Chicago White Sox Dies From Operation Oct. 2n who rose (.-Pi.— from of ate ;h, assigned to Ihe scran he lung drives that Miss Berg after threelooler -ajj in the pre-seasun ratings, also reniains undefeated in conference play.' And Tech must meet four'more Xo loop foes, one of them the ^uroris ling Arkansas Aggies. The 'two '•l.v 1.400 spectators [froiit-runners will collide at Monti ways to witness the'cello Nov. ii in a game which .tournament. Miss [should decide iv.hciher [hi; Woudc'r viclury \\-as her scc-!^°y s \',-il! finish on lop : "Babe" in as, many i fourth straight season. Tech faces a iHis.sible slumvblin.. block at Link- Rock jie.xl Sa-'i -d:,v Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS Of make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 Chicago, C! ra hi ner, vei)dur to vice- prc'.sident Chicago White Sox. died yesterday -la liours aft ing an operation for brain tumor. Crabbier was with the Cuniisk lie in Noire major ranks are: Dame, Norlh Michigan, Georgia Tech', Clcrnson, Army', Pennsylvania, California and Ne vada. Of these, Michigan, Notre Dame and Army aren't bowl candidates and Pennsylvania, as an Ivy Leaguer, is not overly receptive to bids. Michigan, victor over Southern Cal in the Rose Bowl last year, can't return because of a conference rule against repeat perform an.ces. Notre Dame and Army don't j>o in for thc postseason ex- , elevated to the No. 1 spot last week in the Associ ated Press poll, justified their selection by overwhelming Minne sola Saturday, 2714. They arc virtually "' " ~' "• pions. Northwestern, Moscow, Oct. 25 —(UP)— Tbv Russian government announced today thai millions of workers would be used in a vast 10 to 15-year project designed to eliminate droughts and soil erosion and con vert "nearly 300.000,00 acres of Soviet "wasteland" into productive areas. The Soviet press, including the nowsoaners Fravda and Izvestia. •trumpeted the project in special eight-page editions containing maps and details. "Millions and millions of men" viW'hp employed to execute tl £ "grandiosely conceived and detailed Stalinist strategic offensive against drought, insuring final vie lory over Ihe ageold enemy 'of agriculture," I/.vestia said editorially. The program envisages reforestation, irrigation, fertilization, crop rotation and adaptation and complete farm mochaniztion for the- vast steppes of European Rus sia and Siberia. Big reservoirs will be built to contain rain water and snow. . : The work will bo carried out tj.'-V dcr direction of a ncwlycreated government super trust charged with coordinating thc efforts >of agriculture and forestry ministers of the various republics of the So viel union, the construction and mechanical equipment industries and scientific experimental stations. : A decree signed bv the Council "of Ministers fcabinet) and the all- powerful central committee of the " ' ' " pro• >. Distich plan travaganzas. The Wolverines, In" as Big Nine cham. bealcn only, by Michigan, then takes the lead in , the Rose Bowl picture on the basis ot its 191U triumph over Minne sola. But Ohio" State aso hasost only one game— to Iowa. California continued its display of offensive power in smashing Washington, 21-0. If they can get by Southern Cal, the Bears wind Communist party made the gram possible. Pravda boasted that _______ , ...... nin" was possible only under So cialism. " ' "Capitalism is incapable not only of organizing and planning tlib transformation of nature but of preventing the plunderous exploita- lion of ils riches," Izveslia said. "In Ihe United States there is deterioration of the fertility of the soil," Izveslia added. "Plunderous destruction of forests in the United Str.les already has caused such soil erosion that a considerable area 1<; being threatened with becoming ',ir barren wilderness." It was announced that the proj ect is the result of studies made by several scientific institutes over thc '." past few years Washington Stale and Stanford. Oregon, beaten only by Michigan, still is in the running for the Pacific Coast Conference crown and the bowl spot But the Web fools' hopes depend on California stubbing a toe. All thc .other unbeaten-united giants came through last week's tests under wraps except Pennsyl vania. The Penn forces were handed a tremendous scare by winless Navy before they 'squeaked through 2014. Notre Dame bulled right over 27-12. North Carolina showed lOWL. its old time power which had been missing the week before in lashing Louisiana State, 347 Georgia Tech walloped Florida, 42-7 and Nevada smashed Tulsa 0515. Thomas to Testify on His Payroll us parts of . the Soviet union. Eight enormous forests of vegetation will be grown in an area West of the Volga river and Caspain sea. They will be supplemented by smaller reforestation belts all over European Russia. Wsahingtou, Oct. 25 —f/P) Rep J. Parncll Thomas IRNJ) plans to testify before the grand jury investigating his office payroll. Whether he will appear before or alter the November 2 election . ri;;m ai!icd the big question after a jbnsk exchange of statements by I in a coma M'homas and Attorney General -er undergo jLlark over the weekend. The chairman of the House Un ^ c.^, American Activities committee :club 41 years before resigning in touched off the exchange Saturday ;l!J45. hi 1940 lie became associated: 1 ^' calling the- timing of the inquiry ; with I'.ill Vceck as vice president' "'lespicable" politics. ••'' the Cleveland Indians. liie.v i night -- Ouachita. Tin couldn't win tor lusiim at of ihe campaign. BLI; . a well supplied 'wjib talent, have won three in a I'o'v Whether A. X- "Al. is t,i taclor in the >uvtch dih bly will be decide:! this u Ihe Aggies langl Teachers at Coiiway. kepi thei:- si; l.ioUlldill'4 01 Little Rock A. & M. mov nd kepi alive n ill iea.sl a title lie by SDK •I cumin;,', back, (hi!-: Henderson 35-13. 'Magnolia'-No. IS tu end !<J)ily league deleat was a close \.ei I at Hie hands of Tech. Although only 57, Grabiner was i lliiid only to Connie Mack of the ! Philadelphia Athletics and C'lark the jOriifith of ihe Washington Senator's ;in years of American League service. I He served as usher, vendor, tick ;i'l _seller and grandstaiui sweepei- ; before being appointed assistant secreiaiy of UK- C'onhskey organi he age of 15. He became i:i 1915 ulien Charley died, li.-ne the New York Giants :• Czechs, the Duna by tl., rians. tile Diniav by Yugo; skres arid Bulgarians, the Dunarc-a • py the Rumanians and the Dunui j uy tiie Russians. The Justice Department had let it be known Friday night that a new federal grand jury here was looking into the situation first mentioned by Columnist Drew Pearson and then cited by IT lawyers from .Thomas' New Jersey congressional district. Thomas said he welcomed the investigation but commented that it seemed strange he of all Congress members should be singled out for "this vicious sjnear technique" just before the election. C'lark responded yesterday with a reminder that lie has prosecuted two oilier conyressmeii Rep. Andre 1 .', J. May uf Kenuiekv and Rep. James Curley, mayor "of Boston' un wartime fraud charges. I "No politics entered into these d thc [prosecutions," Clark said, adding: "he the It is safe to keep canned for. 1 in the can it comes in. if il is kerA cool and covered, cays the U S Department of Agriculture. for myself but for the members of my family who have been the subjects of your politics you will a^'ree with me that November 4 is" the date on which 1 should appear." Clark had nothing further to say for the moment. ! Thomas has been highly critical of what he calls Clark's 'failure to prosecute certain persons nu«- lioned in Ihe House committee \ report on alleged wartime Soviet espionage. Clark has said the government had all the evidence developed by Thomas' committee but did not consider it enough to file charges. Legal Notice L-rmans, the Dunaj "Congressman Thomas,' chooses, can appear before" grand jury." "Not only do 1 choos*>." the Nc-w Jersey lawmaker fired buck, "but I insist upon that right — not only ELECTION PROCLAMATION Notice is hereby given that there- will be held in each of the volin" precincts of Hcrnpstead County » General Election to be held' 011 Juesday, November 2, 1948 fur the purpose of electing the followin" officers, to-wit: Nine Presidential Electors One U. S. Senator One Congressman, 7th Congressional District One Governor One Lieut. Governor Two Supreme Court Justices One Secretary of State One State Auditor One Slate Treasurer One Commissioner of Stale Lands > One Attorney General One Prosecuting Attorney Two Stale Representatives One County Judne One Sheriff ,t Collector One Circuit Cleric One County Clerk One County Treasurer One Tax Assessor One Counlv Surveyor One Constable fur eaeli township Juctiees of the Peace in each township Proposed Constitutional Amendments ,<jp Proposed Initiated Acts For Hoiid tax. and against road tax For County Library tax. and against County Library tax. . The Polks will be open from U:00 in the morning until 6:30 in the afternoon. The several places of holding such election in this County will be the same as those designated and used in the primary elections of 1948. Given under my hand as Sheriff of Hempstead County. AvVunsas, this .12th day of October, 3943 i CLAUD IL BUTTON * Slit-riff

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