Page Four HOPE STAR, HO Friday, Ocfober 2£, 1946 Ada Must Be In Offlce Day Before PubHcftUor, Number of One Three Six One Words Up to 15 .... 16 to 20 21 to 25 .. .. 28 to 30 81 to 35 libs SO to 40 1.20 41 to 45 1.35 46 to 50 1.50 Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .90 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.30 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates arc for Continuous Insertions Only • All want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lrno BARRED ROCK FRYERS, NICE size. .$1.00 each. 8C5 Went Gth street, Phone OGfi-W. 2G-Ot NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE AND~~20 ACRES, \\VTH OR WITHOUT land. Conley Polk, at B & B Grocery. 2G-GI 13 ACRES. OF LAND JOINING Prescott Airport. Inquire at Rosewood Gift Shop, South of Prescott .on Highway 67. 27-3t 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE, IN excellent condition. Sac it at 815 West Gth Street. 28-31 .1939 BUICK 4 DOOR SEDAN, new tires, radio, heater. See Clifton Evans at Bruner-Ivory Days or Curtis Yatcs near KXAR 1 at Night. 28-31 NEW HOME JUST COMPLETED. 5 'rooms and bath, oak floors, garage, Lot 75 x 250. Located South Elm and 18th Street. See owner at 112 West 18th Street. - : 28-31 Help Worsted SALESMAN, SETTLED MAN OR woman who would like to make $400 to $500 each month. If you feel you. are a good salesman and have some proven ability, write Box 98 in care of. Hope Star. 27-31 Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines ' W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1220-W., Hope. Arkansas. 1-lrrio HAVE YOUR PIANO TUNED, preserve tone, quality and value. Call Claud Taylor, Phone 707-..T. 2G-Ct For Rent 2- 3-ROOM UNFURNISHED apartments, near • Sehooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. J.-'E. Schooley. , . 11-tf VACANT CAR LOT CLOSE IN ON Walnut Street. Dr. M. V. Russell, El Dorado, Ark. Box 546. 25-6t UNFURNISHED APARTMENT, . utilities paid. 90G East 3rd, Phone 727: 2G-GI, TWO ROOMS WITH KITCHEN- ette furnished apartment upstairs with extra sleeping room if desired. Utilities Paid. Phone 688. . 27-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT^ three rooms and bath, private entrance. Available November 3. Mrs. David Davis, 1002 East 3rd. Street, Phone 588-J. 28-3t 4 ROOM'-HOUSE NEAR HIGH School. Now available. C. E. Weaver. 29-31 Durihci The Winter Months LONG RANGE SHOOTING GALLERY Located at 117 South Main Across from the Rialto Theatre. WE HAVE Seed Oats, Ajstrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe You- rtians Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVJCE Phone 1280 op 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Notice to Sweet Potato Growers Dig your potatoes now before it rams and ruins the quality. Until further notice we offer you 550.00 per ton for No. 1 Portorican and Redvelvets, Which is $1.50 per Bu. of 60 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 storage must be handled without bruising. We pay $20.00 per ton for culls; and rough ttuff and don't care how you bring them in but be sure and get cratts for Number ones and dig them now as the prices may be lower after it rains. E, M. McWilliams Seed Store Hope, Ark. Real Estate for Sale SEVEN-ROOM TWO-STORY SPG homo, four bedrooms, two bath:;, shujle uarr.KO. UlH-foot frontage by 327. rornt.-r lot, excellent location on ronr of lot for .store. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. GARAGE ffoocl condition. 208 West. 13th ' FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. ATTIC FAN. Venetian blinds, lot, ~iC, by lo()' located C04 South Hamilton Street. NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GAT?age, all modern, located on Johnson street near Fair p;,rk. PRICE three REDUCTION ON THIS bed-room house, attic fan and floor furnace, hardv.-ood floors, corner lot. ,321 East 15th street. SIX-ROOM HOUSE AT I!i01 South Elrn .street, price slashed to $3500. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, EXCELLENT condition, floor furnace, attie ventilation, hardwood floors. oversized corner 13th street. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE AT 513 • South G.l-ccnins, $2500. FARM PROPERTY: NEW FIVE- room house, modern, all utilities, five acres land, j*ood barn, located on paved road half mile south of city limits, $'1500 for quick sale. By Weil-brook Pegier Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. New York. Oct. 27 — General Dover;;, the thief of the army field forces, was put. to the need the other day of pleadiiii; with the mother of the oneorninr.; generation of American men not to commit the crime of persuading their sons to violate the new draft law. General Devers had to promise that whatever the hour of his arrival at the training place, the reeiuit would be met by some considerate person. The boy's company commander and chaplain would write to his mother. Above all. cats Gene Beard en No. 1 Rookie of the Year Hundreds of Hope fans including the Hi|!h School Hand v.-ill make the journey to Hot Springs loniflht to n.'o the non-conference fill between the Bobcats and the Trojans, j Hope will be seeking its 8th straight win of the season and its second win over a triplc-A team. 1'fot Sprint;. 1 ; has only one victory New York, Oct. 29—(/P)—Gene Bcarclcn, the stylish southpaw pitcher of the Cleveland Indians, joined Shortstop Al Dark of the Boston Braves) as the major leagues No. 1 rookies of 1948. Bearden yesterday was fivcn ih<> American League distinction in a nationwide poll conducted by the Associated Press. i The 28-year-old native of Lexa Ark., who now makes his home in Los Angeles, had much stiffer competition than Dark, who was named on 1GO of the 220 ballots. The knuckle-ball artist received 90 votes to nose out Billy Goodman, Boston Red Sox first baseman, by two voles. SIX-ROOM HOUSE. GAS, LIGHTS, nice orchard, 20 acres, half mile south of Hope at Patinos-Shovcr road, $4,000.00. SEE US IF YOU PLAN TO BUY or sell. GI and FHA loans, easy monthly terms, 20 years to pay. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 28-31 citi/.ens to maintain his position at the sacrifice, of their dignity, individually, much of ther freedom lot, 321 East nml . '" the long run, perhaps their lives. Unlorlunately, the Second World War did lower the standards for American officers, and conduct occurred which justifies inisgiv- m,;* in parents ;,nd n; ihe men themselves. Lest we forget, they also will have to be consulted. The reasons for the degradation ;;jof a high ideal will be disputed fur years. But while the argument rises and falls, the United Slates Wonder Boys Are Almost in Sight of Loop Title Little Rock, Oct. 20 VP)— The Wonder Boys of Arkansas Tech, almost within sight of their fourth straight, Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference title, encounter their second major obstacle in as many weeks here tomorrow night. Fresh from an overwhelming victory over their arch rival, -Arkansas State Teachers, the Won der Boys meet the rebounding Ouachita Tigers in a Little Rock contest. And, Arkansas A. and M. only other team undefeated in confe'r once play, will seek to preserve its perfect record at the expense of the crippled State Teachers in Comvay tonight. Two other conference games will be played Saturday night. The Little Rock Junior College Trojans Arkansas College al Bales and the College of the Ozarks play vill Mountaineers go lo" Arkadelphia to meet the Henderson Reddies. Henclrix will entertain Southwest ern of Memphis at Conway and Ar kansas State Illinois at Carbonda'l conference games. play Southern Football By The Associated Press Notre Dame vs. Navy at Balli more— ABC 12:45 p.m. CST. Duke vs. Georgia Tech. at Dur ham N. C. —NBC 12:45. Cornell vs. Columbia at New York—MBS 12:45. California vs. Southern Cali foruia at Los Angeles—CBS 3:15. Weasel. 1 ; play a relatively minor part in the annual fur harvest because their pelts are so small as to be hardly worth the trapper's efforts. FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER must raise another army and the national government and the officer corps of that army have got to restore the people's confidence in the character and morals of the ofUeers. The same is true, of course, of the navy and coast guard. To illustrate some debilitating errors of conduct in the late war I refer again lo a book called "Eisenhower was my boss," by Kay Summersby. As she puts it. Miss Summersby '-gradually oozed into the circle' 'of Eisenhower's home and household in England, Africa and France. She was an English civilian driver of the swank, West end type but bossed American officers with an assumption of derived authority. "One of the first evenings when I drove him out (to his collape in the country) and then waited to roc if there were any night trips. lie sank into a chair, and grumbled, 'Kay, 1 never seem to have any fun and J get so bored. Must be boring for you people around me. loo. What can we do? What do you like?' " She liked bridge and this groat genius exclaimed, "Okay, that's it. A good idea. Bridge." By her picture, Summersby is one of those sympathetic numbers and, as George Ade said, not a :[ueen but about a nine-spot. Eisenhower takes this babe down to Africa and one morning they set out on a long drive through tlie desert, just they two. They ran into the back waves of Kasserine where green American soldiers were being licked badly. On the way out they passed long convoys of American trucks, and Kay "writes that Ike was concerned by "(lie continual whistles, wolf-calls and I coarse remarks I harvested in this exclusively-male territory. He cursed and tried lo look as stern as possible, muttering about the lack of discipline." Well, what did this strong, silent, man expect? Could General of the Army Dwighl Eisenhower, the successor lo George Washington, be tool enough to expect that the soldiers woulf fail to note that he had brought a girl into country where babes were supposed not to be? Would it have been all right with him for sojne second looey to take along some number who'had just happened to ooze in1" '•'•• --n ciely back on Hop alley in the 'fifties because he got bored and never had any fun? This book and the scandal that it^will kick ii]) may do some good. Tile Dewey Adminislratioiu and the Department of National Defense can. if the right man arc selected, revive the old American wouldn't moan anything in conference standings but would drop the Bobcats from the No. 1 spot in stale football circles. The team knows that Joe Dildy, Trojan mentor, will be shooting the works against them. Dildy formerly coached a lot of the boys on the Bobcat squad back in 194G, iiii'.l nothing would suit him better than to knock off Hope, currently the holiest team in the state. There is no way to estimate the number of Hope fans planning to make the trip but it will be near the thousand mark. Slale Police here today issued a warning to Vans lo drive with extra caution as the highway will all along the route. The contest will be over KXAR. be jammed broadcast Oct. 29 in life W 1 )—The supposedly New York surest things are death and taxes. To that twosome can be added a third item that Ihere will be at least a dozen football upsets each weekend. With that in mind, here's this week's selections: ' North Carolina at Tennessee: Charlie Justice, Tar Heel back, has propelled a football 2,445 yards in five games by running, passing and kicking. Tennessee's team work doesn't appear strong enough to derail him although it may slow him down. North Carolina. Illinois at Michigan: The Illini turned in a surprise victory last week over Purdue. But an upset of Michigan, the nation's top team in the weekly AP poll, isn't in the cards. Michigan. Navy vs Notre Darne at Balti, more: This has become "Ihe" game on the schedule for the Irish.- Porkers Ready to Tangle WithA&M .By Huflh 8. Fullerton. Jr.. It also become the 24th game FOR SALE Surfoced Ook Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tlla ROY ALLISON Phone 280 without a setback, on the Notre Dame record. Notre Dame. Southern Methodist at Texas: A year ago Doak Walker began his climb to All-America fame in this game. He will have a happy anni vcrsary with Kyle Rote and Gil Johnson to help him celebrate. SMU. Georgia Tech at Duke: Another Dixie Dandy. It is Ihe day's only game involving two unbeaten clubs. Duke's record will be tar nished by nightfall. Georgia Tech. Virginia Tech at Army: Army. California at Southern Cal'ifor nia: California. Cornell al Columbia: Columbia. Dartmouth al yale: Dartmouth Ohio .State at Northwestern: Ev ery time Joe Whislcr hits that Northwestern line he will think he .•••."idi'd with a concrete wall. Northwestern. Washington — Lee at Ponnsyl vania: Pennsylvania. i Skipping over the rest in a hur i ry: I Friday ! Clemson over Boston College: jlvtroit over Villunova, Geor By CARL BELL Little Rock, Oct. 29 (/PI—Arkan sas' Raxorbacks will return to form tomorrow to whip the Texas Afgics. That's the way the Southwest Conference game looks - lo this forecaster, who was right on 25 of 31 predictions last -week to boost his season average to .742 with 122 i correct. 38 wrong and five ties. The Aggies have been getting better and would like to score Ihcir first victory against the Pork ers. Arkansas will be at a dis advantage playing away from home but has Clyde Scott and bet tcr material at most other posi lions, loo. Southern Methodist' over Texas —This one ought to decide the Southwest title. Texas can stop Doak Walker by using an eight man line as it did against Arkan sas. But if the Longhorns do this. Gil Johnson will pass them to death. Texas Christian over Baylor — we believe it's time for the Soulh west's last unbeaten team to fall and for the Frogs lo cet hoi. Rico over Texas Tech—The Owls finally gel one Ihey can win, ..but they'll have to hustle. Arkansas Tech over Ouachita — it looks here as though versatile Wonder Boys are going to have another perfect season in the Ar kansas Intercollegiate Conference. Arkansas A. & M. over State Teachers—If anyone had said a month ago that we'd make this prediction, we'd have said he was nuts. But Teachers has too many good men on the injury list, and the Aggies are riding high. Henderson over College of the Ozarks — they look e v c n ly matched, with a slight edge to the Reddies who'll be at home. Litlle Rock J. C. over Arkansas College—The Trojans are crippled bul slill have the stuff for this one. Arkansas State over Southern Illinois—The Indians may hit their stride. Hendrix over Southwestern of Memphis — believing the home field will decide this till between evenlymatched clubs. U. of A. Freshmen over Okla A. & M. Frosh—who can beat the word of Pine Bluff that the Oil City gang no longer is a pushover, however. North Litlle Rock over Pine Bluff—This is suicide. Hope over Hoi Springs—The Big Six will get another blackeye from a Double A power. Stuttgart over Helena—Wo flip a coin on this game, which will de cido the District Six Class A race. Other schoolboy games: Fort Smith over Muskogee. Van Burcn over . Harrison, Blylheville over College Station, Tex.. Oct. 20 '/Pi — All oven after 21 mcetins. the University of Arkansas Razor backs renew their football feud, with the Cadets of Texas A. and M. here Saturday. The record of the previous en counters is three ties and nine victories each. Arkansas is riding a two-game losing streak, but hold a conference victory over TCU, while the Cadets have yet to win. Coach John Barnhill and a 42 member Arkansas squad left Fay etteville by train last night. They were to arrive al nearby Bryan about noon today and hold a light drill on the A. and M. field this afternoon. Inactive for two weeks since suffering their second stright setback, the Porkers have worked on' a passing offensive to match the run ning of Clyde Scott and Company. Bi'rnhill also has stressed pass dc fcnsc, in which the Razoi-backs were woefully weak against Bay lor and not too much better against Texas. Barnhill also plans to scrap his two-team system against the Cadets, although several of his stars i n are still tagged for exclusive offon- uu £ f . lo sive or defensive action. I cilic. A question in Aggielaiid is whether Bobby Goff, the Cadets best running back, will be able to play. He has taken things easy this week because of an injury. The Aggies, like Baylor and Tex as, run from the T formation, which always has been a headache to the Razorbacks. Members of the Arkansas squad on the trip here arc: Ends — Ed Hamilton, Bud Can ada. Mike Schumchyk, Bill Hix J. D. Smith, Jack Richards and ~, ,- „ Sam Butz. | That Y/ Tackles — Drexel Atkinson, Bill s no V ' Slancil, John Lunney. Travis Simp son, Jim Reichert, "George Eckert and Charles Milam. Guards — John WeaJls, Bill. Brown. Major Tallant, Frank Lam oright, George Papageorge, Ray . t Peters, Jack Rushing and Don Ref-jj,,,, m ; u , s ],., Kt Centers — Harold Stockton, Bill T homas. Jim Crafton and John Ferguson. Tailbacks — Clyde Scotl, Ray Parks, Gordon Long, Harold Cox and Buddy Rogers. Fullbacks — Leon Campbell, Louie Sch.auf.clc, Stacy Looncy and Geno Mazzanti. Wingbacks — Ross Pritohard. Tracy Scott and Bill Bass. Blocking Backs — Alvin Duke, Bill Troxell, Sonny Hcnson and Jake Davis. New York Oct. 20 — (/T>) — Bill Dickey who is returning to the Yankees as a coach is a business I partner of Yank Pitcher Ed Lopat | in Little Rock Ark. . . . They sell auto seat covers. . . .When Com missioncr Chandler hears about, that he likely will fine them for the "cover up" deal and declare all the cars free agents-. Long Time Between Scores In the Orange Bow! game of Jan. 1 1H40 Al Hudson made a name for himself and the U. of Miami by intercepting a Holy Cross pass and sprinting !!!) yards for the win ning touchdown as the game ended. . . Al didn't make another touchdown until last Friday when Frank Smith threw him a pass and Hudson ran 81 yards against Georgia. Pigskin Pickins Yale vs. Dartmouth Yale licked by Vandy from the South Surelv must feel down in the dart mouth. California fornia. California slightly terrific derail the Southern Pa vs. Southern Cali Michigan vs. Illinois The Michigan lads Will fell no pain When they celebrate with A case of champaign. North Carolina vs. Tennessee Carolina will earn some cheers Merely by shedding vohmtcars. Texas vs. Southern Methodist If Texas brings its gang It may rope this mustang. Army vs. Virginia Tech When Tech plays Army ills plain to see "" P. I. I. P. Shorts And Shells Associated Press Sports writer Joe Rcichlc'- was the only one of about 250 baseball experts listing their pennant choices for the Last night al Hnmmons Stadium the Yerger Tigers completely] outclassed an eleven from Cani-J den to run up a 31-0 score, in, n listless contest that was marred, by injuries and lime-outs. < The visitors simply were no' match for the belter-conditioned'; Yerger team. The Tigers ran up 25' poinls the first iialf bul met a^ little stronger opposition the sec-! oud half and were able lo put, over only one tally which was noU needed. It was homecoming for Yerger.' The band performed time period. at the half-' Fights Last NSghfr ; By The Associated Press Washington I). C. —Beau Jack! 143 12 Augusta Ga. stopped Eric. Boon 144 London 3. < Topeka Kas. — Pat McCafferty 167 Topeka knocked oul Ray' Spurlock 10f) Kansas Cily 7. ' Macon Ga.—Fritzie Zfivic 15(V Piltsburgh and Eddie Stccle 15!\, 12 Macon drew 10. , By United Press Portland Me. man 139 Eagle- Vic Young 134 Fall River — ncrmic Free Luke knocked out Biddeford (Hi. [ Mass. — Buddy Hayes 130 Boston knocked out Larry Solan 130 Montreal (5i. • Now York—(Sunn.vsidel — Rosa Anzalone 14<! pointed Russell New York (Si. New York out Howard 144 12 unlil 1(10 areas "modernized. way syslem. he necessary for a desirable" high- said, and in who came up with both winners. . . But Joe/for- ^jdilion. "Slii.000,0(10 would be nee- got to. sign his ballot and chdn | P5snl - v annuallv after 196 for re- get credit until someone happened to compare handwriting. Says Arkansas Should Spend Big Sum for Roads Litlle Rock-, Oct. 2!) — (/!>> Arkansas should spend $230.000,000 on I roads in the next 10 years in the " opinion of the slate's" chief road builder. Alf Johnson, Arkansas Highway department engineer, made that estimate to the highway committee of the Arkansas Legislative Council yesterday. Annual outlay.- of placements on the basis of past experience of the Highway department." He estimated that annual depreciation and obsolescence losses lo Ihe highway syslem to be approximately ?fi, 000, 000 to $10,00.. Earlier the committee had heard Democratic gubernatorial nominee Sid McMalh say he was "not irrc,,- to the use of highway coiv struction if some other means of financing could be found. The committee chairman. Seir. Lee Bearden, Leaehville, appointed two sub-committees to study the highway system and financing jvocably committed'.' ' I the stale's credit for needs and named Rep. DeWitl Poo McGehce. and Joe Hardin, Gradv, S23.000.000 as chairman of them. "• over Denver: religious principles for the guidance JMiami (Klai; Temple over Buck Maryland over 'Nashville, Subiaco over Joncsboro. of service's in officers havi privilege but owe the most scrupulous and inspiring example. Kay tells us that Ike retained her for his driver in London because what with the blackout, the logs and the detours in streets of a normally crazy pattern, an American soldier would not have- done as well. That is just too nile for serious consideration, but ic-h commanding Inell: Washburn over Omaha Van great power and derbill over Auburn. Saturday East.: Penn Slate over Colgate. Hai-vard over Holy Cross. Midwest: Iowa over Wisconsin, Kansas over Oklahoma A ,V M Crory, West Kentucky over Cincinnati. Miami son - Conway (Ohio i over Western Michigan, iVIinne.sola over Indiana, Missouri iiiv,. i" VtM ' Kansas Stale, Nebraska over JUXL ~ jlK't.A. Oklahoma over Iowa Stal- Paragould over Osceohi, Kussell in ie lor serious consideration but -> , iv »••«•! ..>i,ne, Eisenhower had his chance to denvi l "' (i V,',' , OVL ' 1 " Marquetlo, Wichita it and stood mule. Oilier thin"'-- I '-']'*•''', J ".- sii - £'• konaventure over being equal, one driver is as good •>/ (L " l " s ' Di'ake over Ernporia LET FOY DO IT • Level yards e Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lota • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8, Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7IJ23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 it. I as another in blackout or fug. 11 is a sorry commentary on the American coldier by his commanding general that he didn't think he could find one with the intelligence to learn his way. In fact, Kay di;l break in a driver for Tooey Spaat/.. Theiv- after, Eisenhower took her to Africa for ihe invasion, which s'lie already knew all about because first, slu- overheard the "Brass" i talking it over in the back seal land, second, lie told her ii would ! happen in a month or so. But. .she says, they used rus o deceive American i eporters a.... later, when the Normandy invasion was coming, an Ami rican major- general was busied, probably for good cause, and sent home in disgrace lor gossiping' about mailers u hu-h Ike had confided to this British \\oman driver drawn out of a motor pool. \Ve must infer the character of State South: Georgia over Alabama, Florida over Furman. Mississippi over Louisiana Stale. North Caroli 11:1 State over Wake Forest. Tiilane over Mississippi Slate, William & Alary over Richmond. Southwest: Baylor over Texas Christian. Texas Mines over llar- dinSimmons, Texas Tech over li'ice. Far West: Nevada over Oklahoma City. Stanford over Washing ion, Washington State over Idaho 'I Oregon over St. Mary's, Michiuaii . |Slale over Oregon State, Utah fjover Colorado, Utah Stale Wyoming. Saddler Ends 2-Year Chase of Willie Pep let Us Rebuild Your Old or make your old ono into a comfortable inncrspring. One Day Service "Ail Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Haze! Phone 357 ville over Benton. Camden over Smackovpr. So r i n g d ale over Rogers, Siloam Springs over Alma, Bentonville over Hunlsville, For resl Cilv over Beebe, Calholic High over Newport. Marianna over Me Memphis over Wil over Atkins, Mena over Oxark, Clarksville over Booiieville, Fordycc over Mai vern. Bauxite- over Sheridan, Brinktyyover Clarendon, Ealine over Holly Grove. Texarkana over Prescoll, Arkadelphia over Guidon, Magnolia over DeQueen, Eudora over Monticollo. LOUIS IN MEMPHIS Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 20 (/P) — Heavyweight Boxing Champion Joe Louis will put on a four-round Dot) par I Ihe cemuryl thai. ' i p. m. EST exhibition here tonight with Garner, one of his sparring ners. The porcupine is America's second largest rodent, next in size lo the beaver. Its front feel have four loos and its hind feel five. Pimilico, Md., Ocl. 29. (UP) — Cilalion which has run all horses j into Ihe ground Ihis year, even ran them off Ihe race track today. No thoroughbred showed up to oppose him, so it was a "walk over" for Calumet's triple crown champion in the 12th running of the winner-take-all Pimlico special. All he has to tlo is to show up at i old Hilltop to win the $10.000 prize money—it's usually S25.000, but $15,000 is lopped off when there is no competition. And hi.s presence was a sure thing, for he was on the grounds. As a mailer of fact, the horse of the year—perhaps of —will do more than Shortly after the 4 scheduled post time. Citation, with his old .sidekick, Eddie Arcaro, un, will come on the track, \valk down to the head of the stretch and breeze once around Iho one mile oval. Al the end of that ''work." his owner, Warren Wright. will re ceive the ten grand—less the 1 per cent which "Arcaro gets--- and just lo keep all Ihe pomp and cere mony, the three-year-old speedster will be hailed by" a band and «iven the usual blanket accorded lo all special winners, Although all his victories, including the triple crown triumphs in (he Derby, Preakness and Bel monl, have been relatively easy ones, this one. by far, will be the softest touch in Citation's brilliant turf career. None of the 3!! other horses which became eligible for the race by winning various | stakes, chose lo run. Some of them j had faced Citation before; the) others knew when lo lei well | enough alone. | The viclory will bring Citation's j two-year earnings to 8830,250, i within easy distance of Stymie's I alllime money winning record of; SB 11,335. ' I York, Oct. 2!)—(..?',— Sandy r .-; two-year chase of Willie ids tonight when lie meets , ilher\vei;'.ln champ for the ti-! Madison Square Garden. The i •ill give you ;j to 1 ih.n ] favorite has masters dov, n ears. In I3lj fights ea\u;ht up v.-iih him. old expert of the hit Sammy Am;ott -l!M:i. An obscure McAllister got awav in hi.s back yard a"I lave slowed down Wil- >ul ihere is no proof, year lie ha.-; IT) for 15 Hiding on a winning mnubers -1-i since the , aw. record aljliough im• does not compare with Sandy J2 ha.-, knocked out 3 loe.s but he's lost six LISTEN TO MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 1 **i 1 if 6"* k A 12:15 P.M. Good Old 1 ime Gospel Singing BEVERIY HILLS We have a good selection of choice lots available now — Don't wait — Buy Today — All utilities will be furnished and the cost included in the price of the lot — Phone 221 £m£L^ittI»-.^X&£ ig.sta^ui;ffM > iy*cav,iwT^riaaiigriaa'ja?"'"'jTiifremi Full of Zip! Full of Life! Full of Laughs! S BUNNY The King of the /Movie Cartoons moves into the daily ccrnics The kinniest rabbit in the world -— the kids' favorite — now appears in Hope Star's comic page every day beginning Monday, November 1 . Don't Miss Youi Share of the Laughs!
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