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Page Four HQp E S TA&,HOPi, ARKANSAS Ads Muat Be In Office Day Before Publication One — _ Thrcc Slx s .75 .90 21 to 25 ZG to 30 ....... 31 to 35 ...... 7.05 86 to 40 ...... 1.20 41 to 45 ...... 1.35 46 to 50 ...... 1.50 1.50 l.RO 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.90 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 (5.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 33.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous .„ ,, Insertions Only AH Want Ads Cash in Advance _Not Taken Over the Phone For Sole GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E M Mc- Williains at McWilliarns 'Scr-d store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-! mo BARRED~ROCK" ~FR YERS '"NICE size. $1.00 each. 805 West fith street, Phone SlGO-W. 20-01 ACRfcS. WT-TH OH WITHOUT land. Conlcy Polk, at B & B i _£roccry. ^ 2 6-Gl 1930 CHEVRblIrOT~"co"uPl^ IN excellent condition. Sec it nt 81 "j West Gdi Street. 28-.'H Notice WK .BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. If. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone I22B-W., Hope, Ar- Call HAVE YOUR PIANO TUNED preserve tone, quality and value' Claud Taylor, Phone 707-.I ilfl-Gt For Rent 1939 BUICK 4 DOOR SEDAN new tires, radio, heater. See Chiton Evans at Bnmcr-Ivory Days or Curtis Yatcs near KXAR _at Night. 28-3t NEW HOME JUST'COMPITTED" 5. rooms and bath, oak floors garage. Lot 75 x 250. Located South Elm and 18th Street See owner at 112 West 38th Street GREEN OAK WOOD, "$2.00 rick, green pine SI.50 per Call at Gunler Mill. Reol Estate for Sale SEVEN-ROOM TWolmSRY SPG home, four bedrooms, two baths Single garage. 185-foot frontage • by 327, corner Jot, excellent location on rear of lot for store. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGF Eood condition. 208 West 13th ' FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, ATTIC FAN Venetian blinds, lot 56 by 15o' located G04 South Hamilton Street. NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GAR- P.ge, all modern, located on Johnson street near Fair park. PRICE REDUCTION ON THIS three bed-j-oom house, attic Can and floor furnace, hardwood floors, corner lot, 321 Ea.sl 15th street. -SIX-ROOM HOUSE AT 1501 South Elm street, price slashed to $3500. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, EXCELLENT condition, floor furnace, attic ventilation, hardwood floors oversized corner lot, 321 East 13th street. 'FOUR-ROOM HOUSE AT 513 bouth Gi-eening, $2500. ;FARM PROPERTY-. NEW FIVE- rpom house, modern, all utilities, live acres land, good barn, located^on paved road half mile south of city limits, $4500 for quick sale. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, GAS, LIGHTS nice orchard, 20 acres, half mile south of Hope at Patmos-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 ' 2!!-3t 2- 3- R O O M UNFURNISHED apartments, near S.-nooJey's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. .1 E Schoolcy. 1I-tf VACANT CAR LoFcLOSETlT'oN Walnut Street. Dr. M. V. Russell El Dorado, Ark. Box 5'lfi. 25-Ot u N F y R N is 1 1 ED A p A RTMICNT" utilities paid. 000 East 3rd, Phone _™j ^ 26-Gt F U J', N 1 S H E I~AlMn~TMENT~ three rooms and bath, private entrance. Available November 3 Mrs; David Davis, 1002 East 3rd Street, Phone 588-.I. 28-31 ROOM HOUSE NEAR School. Now available. Weaver. HIGH C. E. 20-31 By Weirbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Quachita Mopes to Knock Off Tech Tonight The Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys today sport the only undefeated, untied record in the Arkansas ' Intercollegiate Conference, but the Ouachila Tigers hope to do something about that tonight. (Saturday i. Arkansas A. and M. was kicked Saturday, October 30, 1948 New York. Oct. 21! —The authen- , of lh;lf ' clnss in Co »way last icily of the goofy guru letters- his """ w n Al ' k; »'-'y'- c; Stale Teach- ecn CKt.'il)li;;h(..d.' Sufficient ' evi'-1'''"'" « a '," pd a '^ tip with the sur- ..lence has been presented to sur-! pn! j ln KY Ktollt eleven from south- round Henry Wallace with his'ns- "" soeiales in the esoteric circle of Citation to Get a Little Rest ...., Hoerich cult. The reason lie flinched when I challenged him in public at his own convention was that he did not dare deny eithe'r -he letters with their plain implication of mental unsteadiness or his "'•ill in other mailers, arising "rom secretive society of art faddists of Hit- wild and M. New York, Oct. 30 — (/p) — A Charloltesville, Va.. jewelry and crockery store has come out with ?,. s .P c cial plate commemorating Virginia's 4-17 football victory over Washington and Lee. . . .The center is decorated with a likeness of the Virginia mascot, Seal, a brown mongrel dog which marches in front of the band and earns his way at football games by chasing '•"" other dogs that sneak in. Rock tonight .is expected to 'ind serious devotees orientalism which looks lo Am S; '' l ' ol ?, ea " sl '° "" rify '»a"*»i«i. AJC bnltlo" of"iho"wcck" Tech' Although Wallace now pretends to <u " "" ' - ' ••• lcch lave abandoned " ' the atom bomb oast Arkansas. .Grain Benson put A. tlllu m . •• -,-.-' --ahead with a short punch after Wil- 1 "'' nny hs Leslie's 20-yai-d dash, but in (he 0 t Japt three minutes, a short lick Soortspourrl gave the Bears the ball on the 14. | Mam-ice Podoloff, basketball as- Hex Pearce. whose activities have 1 sociation prexy, claims the latest been . mi ted by injuries, covered i rhllbarb win the National League <hat distance in one try and HIP nvor a cancelled exhibition between Mirineannlis rmH n,,v,i.-«^i. game ended in a tie. The Tech-Ouachita tilt . , To«f r , '•" Ul ° hands of Josef Slahn. who is supporting him - - .this hocuspocus, is rated to win but Little be th verge of a fourth straight tit Stales vision. ONE 0 ROOM bath. 1002 East Brunei-, Phone MOUSE WITH 2nd street. Carl Wanf-ed to Buy 3 ROW M1DDLEBURSTER TO FIT PER F-20 or F-3.0 Fannall tractor. Write Johnnie Thompson Star 30-31 Route, Washington. Arkansas '_...• . 30-31, Footba II By The Associated Press East Clemson 2G Boston College 19 Temple 20 Bucknell 0. Rutgers 150-lb 13 Pennsylvania 150-lb 13 (tic). Yale Yayvecs 13 Dartmout vees 0. South Denver 10 Georgetown Univ 10 (tie.l. Vanderbilt 47 Auburn 0. J'iayj-laiid 27 Miami (Fla) Northeast (Lai .1C 14 Texas Agges 0. '-The Citadel 10 Erslcine 0. Midwest Villanova 27 Detroit G. Southeastern Okla .12 Miss Delta G. Eastern Okla A M 45 Baconc dian School 0. Omaha 20 Washburn If) Coane 7 Nebraska Wesyloyan G Rockhtn-st 20 Fort Hays Stlate 7 Ottawa (Kas) G Bethany (Kas) Kansas Wesloyan Emporia 0. Baker 3G William Jewell 0 McKcndrec 18 Chiiiicothe (0) business 7. Fort Riley (Kas) 13 Fort Ben- nina (Ga) G. Wisconsin 150-lb 14 Illinois 150-lb Southwest Arkansas A & M 7 Conway (Ark) Tchrs 7 (tie). Far West Occidental 25 California Tech 13 During 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 Youmans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas Jay- 13. North In- College of or president of the United might one day realize his . I want to show today- that Frankin p. Roosevelt was not ignorant ii this mess in the lamasery on •tiversido Drive where Bubble-head Wallace sometimes sneaked in with ins hat-brim down and his collar introduce Roosevelt's however, let me first recall Horch was thc To tion, that next to Roerich in the circle. Horch was a smart dummy who pretended to be a stumbling parvenu with a load of dough who had suddenly decider.] to grab a moss of culture i was . a speculator in international exchange and he must have been pretty good because he made several millions. And now he made a connection" with a babbling chump with a scat in the cabinet and red-hot inside information Moreover Louis's smartness showed through again when ho grabbed ownership of the big Jos-house on the drive, 'with the help ol thai altruistic friend of man, Morns L. Ernst, the New Deal attorney, from Harvard Law of course. To establish his own ownership of the Joss-hou.se Wallace's friend Horch, squeezed out the pooi threadbare suckers who had invested their savings in the funny papers, which were known as mortgage bonds. Baptists have been the season advances «v.nv_i.». the bat ie improvin' ,s ml " ovin " afl games to- In other conference night. Little Rock Junior College Plays Arkansas College at Bales- 5"ys HenS'son 0 -^ A T , V z , a - rks for S0mc timc as two other ncph- M.-J.S J-ieiicitiion at Arkadelphia. ews arc Columbia freshmen Guess Columbia football really' is .•,i.,ic. < r' " ---v.-" UL mm,,- '"o Works . . . Georgia's athletic , '. c °u wa - v nnd Arkansas State dent, boasts that requests for press plays .Southern Illinois at Carbon-i tickets f"'- <^~ ^ :_ ,4 1J1L "? b connoc-;Dale, T " ~ • In non-conference contests Hendrix meets Southwestern of Mem- 111. Minneapolis and Oshkosh came about more or less by accident He just happened to hear about it during a stopover between planes and immediately notified Minneapolis management that such a game was against passed in September. rule BEA Dob . . o Work, who coaches football at Gar- lelcl. N. J., high, never has seen us nephew Jack, play for Colum- He 11 have thc same complaint bia. ff^ * Ueorg Tech Top Contest ets for thc Georgia-Georgia lech game have been receive! Irom as far away as Shinandoah. Pa. . .Case of the press following thc players. Safety Man After Michigan State's pint-sized George Guerre had a 100-yard touchdown run against Perm State recalled last week, someone' asked him how he felt about it Said York, Oct. 30 - « - The <^^ s £•>£'"?. New , . up.sct ogre haunts land's unblemished two of giants Dixie- North /-,„„ ,. -..-.«**,_,.« Qicmttfy — ixurin Caiohna and Georgia Tech -today on i, Hallowe'en eve program that finds most of the other college grid monsters doing thn d-ini-H,,,,;",, I'll be very happy." worse than my lifetime, mine the Bowl. hos team in the Cotton Horeh got a letter from Roosevelt when Roosevelt ernor of New York was still showing nessee at Knoxvilie. Georgia Tech n" V rn dCS lh ° DukG premiscs a ' D«" Thc Tar Heels and Jackets enter these conflict with imposing five- game winning streaks that have established them solid two (ouch- down lavorites. Tennessee and Duke started season hesitantly picking up steam ,. Vols have won three Southern Idaho 42 Carroll (Mont) Lewis Clark 14 Willamette 13. Fights Last- Niqh* By The Associated Press New York — Sandy Saddler, 124, New York, knocked out Willie Pep 125 1-2, Hartford, Conn. 4 (Title)' Chicago — Bernard Docusen, 143 New Orleans, outpointed Johnny Bratlon, 141, Chicago, 10 Syracuse, N. Y. — Lee Sala, 100 Uonora, Pa., outpointed Nick Ka- shulxi, 100, Brooklyn, 10 j"w i-,,i.i nuei-esi.eci in the I in of the cult was called, "ver/'before ' ^ he became president. During some receivership proceedings concerning the Horch as to learn of the difficulties into which the Roerich museum has fallen and sincerely hope that some way of adjustment may be found which will permit the work of the museum and its affiliated enterprises to continue." Yeah? Whv Mississippi Blue -- the but have been right along. The in a row after tio- opening lies." """ """' tw ° While, the day's spotlight is flickering in the South, highly i m . Los. Angeles to watch California's unbeaten, untied Bears try to strengthen their Rose Bowl ciualifi- ca ions by humbling a Southern California team that has lost twice. jaw sincerely hope that could continue? so? Why did Moose- [ M they survive this' By United Hollywood El Ceiitro, lacklich, 131 B). Press — Manuel knocked 1-2 San Ortiz, 120. out Buddy Francisco, REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on oil makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 °r.! 231 " J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Notice to Sweet Potato Growers Dig your potatoes now before 11 I?," 1 ? and ruins the Duality. Until further notice we offer you $50.00 per ton for No Portoncar, and Redvelvets, which is $1.50 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 ihat are put in storage, must be handled without bruising. Wt pay $20.00 per ton tor culls and rouyh stuff and dor. t care how you bring them in but be turc and get crntt c for Number ofies and dig then" now as the prices may be lower after It rains. E. M. McWillioms Seed Store Hope, Ark. FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens » Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work, At any i-afc. thc release of this letter which Horch put out was a lob ot name-dropping and worthy of that.master name-dropper, Felix i- rankiurter himself. Roosevelt had nominated for president and the people had not yet had a chance to learn about him. He was a great man at the time and the tact that he had expressed such -ympathy for the fun factory on Riverside Drive was good medicine lor Horch. I do not know how he Rot Roosevelt lo write the letter However, the Roosevelt circle were r^i'- y '.. vcry money - conscious. Emott, the gab, Anna, Harry Hopkins They could hear a dollar bill crash on a feather bed. Anyway I have shown you that Roosevelt was interested ' in this mil-factory where Sol Bloom, the old hoochy-koochy promoter from tlu- streets of Cairo, had a little bower lor himself, and Bubblchcad Played postol'fice with the spooks Jlns was where the goofy guru letters were snagged en route to Roerich in Manchuria and slashed ^vay, never to be published until iF'', !l i T~, - v '\ :u '- s to " '"Ic- t" prevent' i-iubbiehead's election lo the vice proKidencv. but in time to cut down his potential vole of fl.floo mm for president as of last winter, when Die letters were first printed, to less tnan two million today. The point I am eslablishin hoosevell's guili in pickinv lace for vice president. That" terrible thing ( o do and lh deuce becoini-s more and convincing that Koo.sevi-lt nor. Hopkins and Kd Flynn lh L chairman of the Democratic National coinmiU.ee. knew the terrible ruth and let the people elect Jace to a job from which — ;have stepped to tlu minute. You can't He can't help it. Another point of news for you i.s Ihat this mealy faker with his sham of honesty and utter clhinter- fst in graft, threw SI7.000 of the S17.000 of the people's money to Horch s museum during the 'i\',. u - \orlc World Fair. There was-n exhibit ol Latin-American paintings ai'U \\allaee. re])rosenting llie u-i'l- cral government snatchid the show ;m-;jy from the world fair. "' ""'"" " '"'' 'ugi'd, and dropped i orch's jiilch way up 'on th ii-t hard to get to , and n.-ii. /-, i , v-, — - - - ^ n, t ., one. ' the Go den Bears should have a shoo- in thc rest of the way — the schedule sparing them a run-in' with Oregon still very much in the Rose Bowl picture. Thc Webfoots whipped only by Michigan play non-conference St. Mary's The guest team in the Pasadena P^Tn 1 n ?V be decided at Evans- and 4-1 rec- ton, 111., where Northwestern Ohio State match similar , Northwestern has lost only to Michigan, which is heading toward its second straight campaign and Big Nine title. Ohio has bowed only to Iowa. ; out in the wide open Southwest i 0 /'! 1 , 0 1- onc °- c °nqitered Southern Methodist meets twice-beaten Texas in a wrangle figured to deter- in the Southwest Conferen'ce',' but do^t apparcntly have thc guns to The nation's No. 1 team in the Associated Press poll, mighty takes on Illinois at Ann fotre Dame's second tanked Irish move into Baltimore heavily favored to hand Navy its .sixth reversal of the season Army's steam-roller shouldn't even have to shift gears against scoreless Virgnia Tech at West lomt. Pennsylvania, thc East's other unsmudged eleven has a skirmish with invading Washing- Hope Star Sfar of Hope 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 v u ,,, E ' . f° tmcr ' President x. H. Wcishburn, Secretary-Treasurer 011 i at the Star buildina 212-214 South Walnut Street Hope, Ark. ' pa Paul Jes: Hj, Edifor * Polisher H. Jones, Manag na Editor -, Hosmer, Mech. Supt V*. Advertising Manuq, uger J^ r «L a !. s £ c ° n 5 l ='°« m °*t" of tu. (AP)—Means , (NEA)—Moans Association, Press. Newspaper Enterprise Subscription Rates: (Always Payable In Advonco): By city carrier per week 20t per month 85c. Mail rates—in Memo Lo e F aad ; G n cN coCn?ies "S'so^'e Mi "° r ° nc where $8.50. ' year; else National Advertising Representative- Pimlico, Md., Oct. 30 -- (UP) Behind him was SKRO,2fiO in the bank; ahead of him. a iim c ,-,, s t for there were just no fields left lor him to conquer. That was the situation i n which Citation found himself today He may. after a little time off.' 'shoot lor some of (lie racing f. |0 |d out California way. They won't be decided until next week when his owner. Warren Wright, his general manager. Ben Jones, and his trainer, Jimmy Jones, gel together. "The chances are he has run hix last race this year." Trainer Jimmy said, "but I won't know for sure until I talk to the boss." But then with a nod, hr- 'jidviscd Calumet's stakes winnin," joekev llddic Arearo. that "I miphl see you on thc West. Coast before loo long." There are a lot of bi/; money races coming up out there for which Citation i.s eligible and in which he may run. If he does, the all-time winning mark of Si)l'],M3o held by Stymie soon will be bro- en. Citation crept SI0,000 closer to that record yesterday when he won the Pimlico special in a walkover. Such has been his domination of the turf this year, that nonn O f the other 194!1 slakes winners cl'.niblo for the race chose to contest'^ the triple crown champion. It is just as 'well they didn't For even with Arearo holdinf him back. Citation ran the one mile and three sixteenths special course in 1:59 4-5. That, was bel- ter time than two previous winners of the special—ChalJcdoii in ]'):!<) and Shutout in 1943 — made. And they had to beat other horses. Incidentally, Arearo v.-pa up on both of them. S Overpowered s Texarkana— The much-lighter Proseolt Curley Wolves fel' 45 lo | (i before the bruising play of (ho Texarkana Ra/.orbacks last night. The Porker.'; scored thc first | time they ; ; ot the ball but Prescott, paced by the running and lias-sing of Penchey knotted the count at ('-all. From there on | it was the Porkers all the way. ' Pivsonlt 'made 12 first, downs lo 12 for Texarkana; the Wolves gty'i- Cf 1 .120 yards on the ground an(.«4fl| Ihrough (he air: Te.varkana gained | 243 on {he ground and G2-- by Ihe aerial roule. ton and Lee. .Nevada, the nation's top offen- . ni v i° upowcr statistically, entertains Oklahoma City University with Stan Heath expected to have another aerial field day. Other leading games today bv sections: East — Cornell at Columbia, a, Dartmouth at Yale, Virginia at Princeton, Brown at Rutgers, Syracuse at Boston University, South Carolina at West Virginia, George Washington at LaFayette. Midwest — Indiana at Minnesota, Wisconsin at Iowa, Marquette at Purdue, U. C. L. A. at Nebraska, Kentucky at Cincinnati, Okla, h .?m? A & M at Kansas, Tulsa at Wichita, Missouri at Kansas State, Oklahoma at Iowa State. South— Georgia at Alabama Mississippi at Louisiana State Mississippi State at Tulane, North Carolina State at Wake Forest Southwest — Baylor at Texas hnstian, Arkansas at Texas A & M, Rice at Texas Tech Far West — Washington at Stanford, Michigan State, at Oregon State, Idaho, at Washington State Montana at Brigham Young, Colorado at Utah, Wyoming at Utah State. eems to eoing Link of By ROBERT HEWETT (For Dewitt MacKenzie) Foreign Affairs Analyst AP By CARL BELL Associated Press Sports Editor"" I his was a big day in Southwest Conference football Three oague feuds were being offered and at least one of Ihe' three remaining conference records was sure to be spoiled. Defending Champion Southern Methodist and the leading challenger, Texas, met at Austin in a game expected to determine the eventual crown winner. Baylor, the only team still undc- leated in conlcrcnce and non-conference play, will tangle with lexas Christian at Fort Worth to- mght in the second most important struggle. Arkansas and Texas A & M squared off this afternoon' in the third family fuss. Both teams are considered out of thc race for the championship, so their efforts were simply to improve their sea"son records. Clyde Scott and his Razorback mates, rann 1 to go after two weeks ot preparation without a game were out to snap a two-game losing streak and get off to a good start on the last half of iheir schedule. By finishing strong, the Porkers still can come out of the campaign with an enviable record flJ- , A °P OS ?' cre trying to score their first victory of thc after five losses. In s 'ep Planetoids, also called asteroids.] are liny planets revolving around I the sun. mainly in orbits between | Jupiter and Mars. Lego! Notice sr i Neaw York. Oct. 30 I;PI. — Willie i Pep i.s all washed up alter losing Ihis featherweight championshio to Sandy Saddler. That seems to lie the coiv-eii-.ii'i (following last night's sti'inii'ii-' knockout win for Saddler, a lean Harlem speedster, in 2:3f) of Die [fourth round. Pop never looked the j part of the fighter who had i os t jonly once in l.'-iti previous starts. Slow to move and an easy target for Saddler's fast left iipuer- cuts, wily Willie went down and out for the first time in his illustrious career. He had been on the i deck twice before he took the full 'count by Referee Ruby Goldstein Saddler was hitting faster and sharper than ever before in a .local ring. All the way he carried the battle to the fading champ. Rumors of a betting coup ro- I suited in a word of caution from Commissioner Eddie Eagan at the noon weigh-in. After the fight Eagan said season some of those and htly bv & M went into its star guard, IK - ^ „. .... ^lUllju VJ1. | losses, the Aggies came close they were not regarded lightl the Raxorbacks. A the game without ,,..Odell Stautzenbcrger, who has a broken foot, and had several other key men on the doubtful list Rice stepped out of the conference m an effort lo pull itself to- London— Britain can thank Soviet luissia for one thing in these days of tension. The Communist threat seems to be tightening the ,v (Jinks of the empire that Moscow Wal- was a evi- n-.ore ttlea- HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. Vyal- pivsidency any blame Wallace. denounces so bitterly. That's thc view of" British offi- "extremely com- into ll REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial S-7G:>3 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 Let Us Rebuild Your Old or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 cials who praise th successful' ' conference of monweaith prime ministers that ended last week. Only a year ago Jndia was firmly set on pullin» completely out of the commonwealth Last spring South Africa elected a nationalist government rejiarder! as .strongly anti-British Uit the I'J-day conference of the nine self-governing members of Hie commonwealth was marked by a surprising atmosphere of friendship and warmth. A joint communique said th nine leaders "have shown a substantial community of outlook " Jliey recommended still closer cooperation in foreign affairs, eco nonnc policy and defense Common opposition to communism was . jone ol the main reasons behind tjtne solidarity shown by the prime ministers, informed sources said India, lyinj discarded in official usage. It is called simply the "commonwealth" or "commonwealth of nations." British officials use the term "em-! is pire" to refer only to the colonies. | w , Pakistan and Ceylon have indi- ether against Texas Tech at Lubbock. The Owls got off to a poor itait this season but would like to finish in their usual blaze of glory A capacity crowd of 03,000 was expected to turn out at Austin to tee U the Longhorns could register their 17th straight home triumph 3y upsetting Doak Walker and hi Mustang playmates. SMU was a 10-point favorite. The game seemed to be a question of whether W X ll- S r mas f VL ', liny conk] "too \\alker and whether the I oiv'- lorns' Paul Campbell could match the passing of Pony Piu-hei •""- ".^nu L.li^uM fctUU III thought it. was a "good scrap " "Both boys did their utmost"" he adcied. "I have no abilis." Pep said "I ;felt fine before the figlii.' X ' X 11 didn't expect him to be that tough. I thought i could lick him easy." Pop was guaranteed a return shot within four months ]I 0 he still wants it but there 'tew rousing cheers around town today at any mention return go. Saddler sent Pep to the canvas twice for the nine counts in the third and with a left uppf-rcut midway in the fourth buckled Willie's knees. Then a left hook drove Pep down and out for keepLs. It was the tii-si Kayo loss in "the career ofPep dating way back to ig.io. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 40 I SU-BMITTEDBY : u " FIFTY-SIXTH GENERAL ,. ASSEMBLY , BE IT/RESOLVED BY THE SEN-1 ATE OF. THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND BY THE HOUSE I OF^REPRESENTATIVES, A MAJORITY OF ALL THE MEMBERS ELECTED TO EACH HOUSE AGREEING THERETO:] That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the! Constitution of the State Of Ar-l kansas, and upon being submitted! to the electors o* the State for£Vp.| pi-oval or rejection at the next gcn-| oral election for Representatives! and Senators, if a majority of the! CK'etors voting thereon, at such an! election, adopt such amendment. the same shall become a part ofS the constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wit: SECTION 1. Amendment-No. Il to the Constitution of the State ofl Arkansas is hereby amended log rend as follows: • The General Assembly shall pro-l vide for the support of common! schools by general law, includimfan| annual per capita tax of one'do.,;..r,| to be asaesscd on every male inhabitant of this Slate over the age of twenty-one years; and school dis-l tricts are hereby authorized to levvf by a vote of the qualified electors respectively thereof an ar.n.ual ta for the maintenance of schools, thr erection and equipment of schooif buildings and the retirement of e:<4 isting indebtedness, the amount oil such tax to be determined in the following manner: The Board of Directors, of cacl school district shall prepare, ap-l prove and make public not less '/ar sixty (00) days in advance-of thcl annual school election a proposed) budget, of expenditures deemed nec-f essary to provide for the foregoin: purposes, together with a rate oil tax levy sufficient to provide the funds therefor, including the rate under any continuing levy for the rotircmenl of indebtedness. If Eg majority of the qualified voters ii said school district voting in the an-1 nual school election shall approve the rate of tax so proposed by the Board o£ Directors, then the ta at the rate so aporovcd shalV-bc collected as provided by law.T'lr, the event a majority of'snid qualil lied electors voting in said annual school election shall disapprove the] proposed rate of tax. then the tad shall lie collected at the rate apl proved in the last proceeding anl mini school election. I Provided, that no such tax shall be appropriated for anv other purl pose nor to any other district thar that for which it is levied. . tiled in the office of the SecroJ Marchf $£C m the 28lh day Witness my hand anc! the sc.-< office on this the 12th day of April] C. G. HALL, Secretary of State. B May a, 35, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 10 261 July 3, 10, 17. 24. 31. Aug. 7. 1< 2l'| 28, Sept. •!. 11, 18. 25. Oct. 2, 9 10 Johnson. Gil • - i —-. . . ...>-, near the Soviet mustu-um jjlT.OUO of U,,, ,ax-jUnion's southern border has \. All this tune, Wai-!shown signs of second him. and derided n,,| jabout cutting loose from thoughts com- ouweahh, particularly at a time u-n neighboring Burma i.s torn Communist revolt. Burma turned down on offer of .siatus and became completely last year. Indian Prime Minister Jaw. | ;ii-J;il Nehru (old newsmen that " l iliulian hoped to retain "(.-lose as- dominion in- from Afric-i The Karl of I : nionln liou;;!u him:-,, !i ;, in ,ii;n :, t -,i estate in Kenya. Africa '••.', ; said he'd farm" it. ! _ The Earl, n leading Briti.-.li agr | c'ulturalist and ;,:: exponent of Tn • migratioi! irom crowd,.--,.) Britaii isaid be -.yoiikl .iivide hi., i,,,,e U tv.ei.-ji Africa ami II.-N e--' ite i England. problem was reported ids- i-usseci at iirivate meetings, but! no emerged from the conference what India proposed to do. The is. expeck-d to be settled IH-M month when the Indian sliliiL-m assembly meets to prove a constitution. A similar [iroblejii has u nh Eire. The Irish republic has jiiMHiuiuvd.it will cut its last legal linii \\illi tin- uouiriioiiweullh in No- epealiiu; the external r> latiuns act. Prime Minister John ealod they are satisfied to remain as independent dominions. India's loss would be the biggest blow Her wealth of natural resources strategic position and 250,000 00 people make her potentially the most important member of the world-gridling association. The stumbling block is a formula that will satisfy Indian nationalist desires and still retain ties with Britain and the other commonwealth members. There have been suggestions in some government ircles. that the crown and royal family, ancient symbol of unity, may be dropped as the link pin of the commonwealth South Africa presents a different problem. Feeling between settlers ot British stock and descendants of Dutch colonizers has long been divided over commonwealth membership. Last spring a nationalist government led by Afrikaners who talked about parting from Britain came to power with a narrow majority. But Premier D. F. Malar, has sluvon little inclination to agitate tor withdrawal from the common wealth. Fear thai Communist in- lluence might cause unrest South Africa's overwhelinin_ live population has lined up Malan government solidly Britain : " ' The due 000 was Adrian match passes Lindy TCU. ven 101- their noc- A crowd of 3:-!,to watch the Bears' and George Sims and strides with Berry and Pete Stout ofl among na the with m opposing communism, growing signs of change in the commonwealth svstem have been accompanied "by similar charges in Britain's imperial sys w'mV ,f an ! ( j. ll . lai 'b' i'] »er relations Jales of cotton and'YhV mai vuth the Aincan colonies. For the storehouse last three years the labor the Boy Scout troop committee of First Baptist church an- l nounccd today that FJoyd Osborn had been elected scoutmaster of ! Troop 90. Ben Owen, chairman ' of the committee, stated that Ansley Gilbert who has for the past several months served as leader will continue to serve as assistant scout master. Troop 90 meets reg- i ularly each Thursday evening at ' the church in the Educational Building. Mr. Osborn, Mr. Gilbert and the troop committee are planning a very interesting program of scouting activities. PLAN TO BUILD YOURS BEVERLY HILLS We have a good selection of choice lots available nosv — Don't waif Buy Today — All utilities will be furnished and the cost included in the price of the lot—• Phone 221 230 Bales of Cotton Burn at State Prison Cummins Prison Farm, Oct 29 ~~ (/l>l ~ 1 '' ire destroyed, about'230 govern give na voice in program hi C'ustlio lias said Eire nts close relations with and tiie commonwealth ever. Britain, anxious to keep India and Eire, may revise loosely delined comrnonsealih u-.-n. Already tile term "B: cuinniumvealth" has been virtually ve years the iiient lias been working to .ive populations a greater local government. The. seems lo have been speeded up -inrest has increased among live peoples. . For the first lime in empire arisen jtory native delegates from a ilo^eii •Alnc.au colonies attended a confer ence m London last month. Mil Jiuns ol pounds have been allo cated to develop colonial re sources. Government .spokesmen and native leaders agreed thai i0elal a«d economic reforms were tne best answer to communion among colonial peoples. Deputy Prime Minister Herben Morrison says Britain intends to work _ "m partnership" v ,-ith her colonies—raising the living stand arcis of both. Slate a mage till Brit- how- both the svs- at the Cummins prison farm early today. 1 was estimated at between and .YtiO.OOO. Prison Supt. Tom Cogbiil said the cause of the fire had not been determined. A. watchman discovered flames in the storehouse shortly after midnight. Some 130 bales of iin-'inned cotton and $5.000 worth of sorghum seed were in the storehouse. The fire spread to the penal farm s modern gin. Ninety-nine of Ihe 2lti bales of ginned cotton tnc-re were destroyed. Damage lo the gin itself was estimated at $12 000. ""-' Water from a 5,000-gallon storage lank was used to fight the fire at iirtt. Later water was pumped from a deep well. Cogbill said most of the loss was covered by insurance. LISTEN TO I DAY THRU FRIDAY o « v L a Good Old Time Gospel Singing

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