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Page Four H 0 Ads Must B« In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One rJK" 1 ,", % y D 2ys Daya Month ITptolS.... .45 to 20 ....... 60 75 90 1.05 1.20 1.35 ...... 1.50 . . Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only Ads Cash in Advance 2| to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 SB to 40 41 Jo 45 *6 to 50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 C.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 , Not Taken Over the Phone FOP Sole GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo FURGESON 022 SEED OATS Gem 96%. Purity 9D.5. Call or . See Fred Petrc, Spring Mil) roar), Route 1. Phone 26-W-l 2. 2-Gt TURKEYS, FANCY CORN FED. Six rhonths old November H). 12 to 35 Ibs. Call Dr. Alexander. Phone 18 or 808-W. 2-G(. 1946 CHEVROLET V,'< TON TRUCK Good condition, bargain for cash. With or without dump body. Can be seen at Cross Service Station. 4-Gt GOOD SECOND HAND FURNI- turo. Living room suite, kitchenette stove, breakfast room suite; Servel gas refrigerator, rocker. . china closet, kitchen table. Will sell reasonable, leaving town Phone 9D8-W or 36. 5-3t Lost LADIES' LIGHT BROWN DIU.^ fold containing identification cards and other papers, lost Friday night, at Hammonn Stadium. Finder keep money and return billfold to Hope Star office or to Peggy Williams, Phone 760-W. 0-31 For Rent 2- 3- R O O M UNFURNISHED apartments, near Schooler's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. .l.'E Schooley. jj.tf 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- menf. Couple only. Phone 587-.T. 5-31 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE, IN excellent condition. See it at fllf> West Gth street. 0-fit Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private bath, private entrance. Couple preferred. 1007 South Fulton, Phone lOGii-.T. 0-31 21 Colleges Boast Good Records New York, Nov. 8 one senior college boast unbeaten, untied' record's going into the November stretch. They survived a rocky weekend f/T'i— Twenty football teams Memphis Golfer Wins Top Money in Hawaiian Open Honolulu, Nvo. ft —'/Pi— Seasoned professionals bowed to Doc Carey Middlecoff of Memphis, Tenn., in the $10.000 Hawaiian Open Golf tournament. The club-.nvingin^ deivjisl elippcd 10 strokes off par in winning first place money of $2,000 yesterday. A par 71 on the final nine and his record-setting lili Saturday gave him a 72-hole card of 27-!. ' Finishing behind Middlecoff with a 277 wa:i Johnny Hulla. Phoenix. Ariz., who collected SI.'Hid. A 'J.(\\ clinched third place for Lloyd Mangrimi, t'hie;;:;o, just one Kinn'.c ahead of K. J. (Dutch i Harrison Little Koch. Ark. AN S AS Monday, November 8, 1940 Little Rock, Nov. 8 — (fp) — The Little Rock Tigers now are rated |the top high school team in Arkans. The in the Tigers bounced to the top weekly poll of coaches, 'con- dueled by the Arkansas Dernocr-U by beating Hope, which had the No. 1 spot. Mope dropped third. Blytheville is second though it holds- a victory over tie Hock. held to nl- Lit- Littlc Rock received 12 first place voles. Blytheville five and I f lope -"•• Now York, Nov. n — OP) — The .mbcaten-unticd ranks of major college football teams, cut almost n half over the weekend, may be sliced near the middle again come Saturday. Only .five schools major teams hi of from that saw four of the; with perfect records and ei the smaller schools knocked the perfect ranks. The victims in the big league class were Pennsylvania, Georgia lech, North Carolina and Nevada Their slipups—three of them lost Michigan, Army, California, one Mere's (his (based on ten nomination, nine for Little Rock l!io. Blytheville 120. Hope 118. Pine Bluff 112. North Little Rock El Dorado 83. Fort Smith 70. Smackover 40. Paragotild 38. Van Burcn 23. , Others: Camden Noire Dame, !30. Malvcrn four. week's standing votes for first place _By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr. .Chapel Hill, N. C., Nov. 8 — WV- Noi-th Carolina's Carl Suavely is a single wing football coach from away back. . . . A nd after facing four I-formation teams this season, two thai used the wing with a balanced line and one "real" sin- wing team, Snavcly will give an argument that his style is and most modern kind of .He collected some good " painful W ay last Sal"real" single wing and Mary, ' " " gle you evidence in a urday. the team. William Snavely's Tar Heels"to a'tie'. held Williams Gives Garcia Chance at Crown T formation is be- Pro's Prose "I think the coming more standarizedl'han the single-wing," Sanvely said, "and professional football shows it. Thev C i an L" y a P Ia y°r one week and play him the next Sunday Me second,' etc.): jthc knows all the plays — they' all use 87. 21. Russellville same ones, even the same signals — and can handle the blocking assignments. . ..You can't do that in the wing. The blocking especially the two-man blocks, take a lot of tune before a player can gel tne assignments right" Someone asked about Carolina adopting some "Michigan" plays . Philadelphia. I Champion Ike Buddy Garcia a Arkansas District 7-AA championship wHl be decided this weekend when the Bobcats journey lo Smackover to battle it out for the loop title. Mope went into the Little Rock game in bad shape and their 12-7 loss, first of the season, did nothing to improve their condition. Little Rock admittedly was "hopped up" and played their best game of the year against the locals. And it will be the same story at Smackover. The Buckaroos arc definitely pointing lo Hope— its do or die for both squads. If the Bob cats' injured men fail to come around by Friday night it will be Nov. 8 — (/P)— Williams gives fighting chance to quality for a lightweight tide .fight. The obliging Trenton. N. J.. belt- er who defends his laurels at the scratch of a pen takes on the pell- mell and persistent Garcia in a jlO-round over-the-weight contest that promises to fill, the arena to capacity. Garcia, of Galveslon, Tex... is pledged to scale above (he 13f>-poiind title weight and less than 140 for the most ambitious tost of his rinft career. Williams' appearance here will I be his first since he blasted Beau Jack at Shibe Park July 12. Since that fiaht he turned aside a liUe bid by Jesse Flores at Yankee Stadium, New York, on Sept. 23. The Texan, who plans lo study Jaw at the University of Houston when he tosses aside the gloves, has never been knocked out. Me said he will brave such disaster lor an upset triumph. SI2OADCASTING SYSTEM and the grey-haired coach looked i to ° bad for Ho ' )c puzzled. . . ."We use some - . _.. lateral plays, if that's what you moan. We're always trying differ- inmgs and developing the and Clem upper cate- LET US RENOVATE YOUR OLD mattress, or make it into a new mnerspring. One day service in town. Bright Mattress Company, Phone 930-J-2. l-2w SPECIAL XMASRATES~~?bR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 369-W City Hail. 4-1 mo Salesman Wanted A GOOD POSITION FOR A GOOD man. Write Box 98 for full information, fj. Real Esroite for Safe PRACTICALLY NEW FOUR room cottage, semi-modern, two porches, one inclosed for sleeping, garage, storage room, barn, poultry house, fenced in yard several, lots, all for $2850.. On terms. Tyler's Realty Service, Sole Agent. Cotton Row. 5-31 NEW 4 ROOM HOUSE WITH bath. Venetian blinds, nice roomy garage, lot frontage 150 x 300. v. mile from city limits North on Highway 29. Henry Gray. (>-?,( 13 ACRES JOINING PRESCOTT Airport, Highway 07. Inquire at Rosewood Shoppe, 3 miles South of Prescott on Highway 07. G-3t For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. V-i mile East of Hope On Highway 4 Gentry - Buiier Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refrigerators. o See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mqttress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 and North Carolina lie—left only Notre gan, Army, California son unblemished in the gory. Among the other unbeaten, tied clubs are Missouri Valley or Marshall, Mo., and Washington University of St. Louis. Also stricken from the list were Adams State (Colo.) Austin. Peabody, Normal Middlebury, Univ of , ll ivv S °Vr- h • ( . S(;war 'cei. Cortland NY), Virginia State College. Fort Valley State (Ga.) and St.. Thomas (Minnj Clemson — still have perfect and records. Both Army and Clemson face their toughest opponents of the season this week. The Cadets meet Pennsylvania at Philadelphia with Perm on the rebound from its 13-0 licking by Penn Stale. Clemson was held to a tangles with Wake Forest, 27-20 Dame. uTichi- conqueror of Duke, at Win.«ton-Salem, N. C. And then there's the top game of the day — Northwestern vs. Notre Dame at South Bend. M i c h i g an and California shouldn't, have much trouble in maintaining their records. The Wolverines entertain Indiana which was trounced, 42-li, by Notre Uanie Saturday. California plays host to Washington State Fridav ni.»ht Tech Still Inside Rrai! on ASC Title Little Rock, Nov. —f/pj _ PoKt . r sns Intercol- e Conference title race have undergone some changes since the JiHB starting gun sounded. But the sas Tech, still has the inside position and barring late spills, the Wonder Boys will the ifl48 pennant to their honoj-s.; odds-oii favorite, ' Arkan- rail season add stable ion i Boys, co-champions 1947 along with Arkansas Teachers, bounced back into lead -'this year's chase by the Arkansas and Catholic Hir/h Magnolia three one. Dallas, Texas Nov. 8 — m _ Champions seldom repeat in the Southwest Conference, but Southern Mnthnrliat TT,,;,, :*.. QU . L1U1 rn Methodist University heavy favorite to win again. Doak Walker spurred the is a cut game. That's why I think you can do more with the single wing " 1 , S.: Saturday's game showed why Suavely hasn't adopted much Michigan stuff. His fullback, Hosea Kodgers. isn't adept enough at the taking and spinning job. use some buck- ,Lasl Friday the Bucks defeated Nashville, potent in any league, by a K)-7 score and the week before they defeated Camden by n single tally to remain in the league running. Seasonal Standings: Team W Hope 8 Smackover 4 i .—^ —-^ "< the South belongs to Spud Chandler, who is doing some scouting for Ihe foot-. ball Yankees. . . .He approached j Hope a oif;. guy m the Carolina dressing Smackover v ,-mH asked if he Camden 5 Texarkana 3 Fordyce 1 District Standings: Team room guy in recently and P£° after graduation ourry replied Carhon Byrd of the Winston-Salem Sentinel, Kings past Texas A. week, 20-14, and into ' first placed. and sole football player; Mus-! 01 '-" I'm "I'm not a a sports writ- M. last posses- Texas' 13-10 victory over Baylor -~- " '• out of a share of lour perl-eel marks were broken dropped Ihe Bears out of the un Saturday and Sunday. In addition I beaten class and ' ' to Penn's defeat. Georgia Tech lost the lead to Tennessee, 13-0; Nevada downed William w a s by Santa Clara, 14-0, and Mary held North Carolina to a 7-7 tie. One of the biggest unbeaten ranks, -7 massacre of' Rice upset Arkansas 25-6, 10 n^", A ' an , d M's hopes for its tirst urday outside the war, Oklahoma Missouri. The victory made victory beaten surprises Sat- meet Rice this week. of the year. The Ag- by Arkansas, 28-G, unbeaten in lion, is mainiii! fores — ,. •-' — - ' JT"«-*,/>J Ajiwab LU L | this week at Fayetteville, Ark ' »-to ? S1 r ai l d ,,?' exas Christian tangle at Fort Worth in their annual . edging out ... . A. nmd M Boll Weevils, 20-19 Saturday Tech previously had slipped into :: when jt. was defeated a the week before Weevils are now holding Thr, W~~ 1 ^ '" Ul ° UUe r:1CO Ihe Wonder Boys chances oil w &r to i, lheir first positi °" aie better than average as thev face oiilv two conference foes "n h C e' A V Vhich hi \ s , bocn a tlireat <n lie AIC. race—before up the 1948 footba First on the list is Henderson is week end. The last te-ur which will feel the brunt of e lech powerhouse is Hcndrix Ouachila. which had been touted .is the (earn lo watch in this year's scramble, got off to a slow star bul edged up higher in the AIC standings last week by nil casv 41 victory over Hcndrix. good bowl possibility and' probable ! and" TexaT'christian' big Seven champion, providing it i Arl:.nn = n= „„,-,. «__! can get past Kansas, idle Saturday. Southern Methodist „,_ lirst place in the Southwest Conference with an unimpressive 20-M decision over Texas A. and M. While Texas dumped unbeaten but once tied Baylor, 13-10. In the Southeast Conference Georgia assumed the lead by defeating Florida, 20-12 as Georgia lech was stumbling before Tennessee. Tulane, still in the title picture, stopped V. M. I., 28-7. a prime target for its re- Arkansas, Baylor grudge match and Baylor me lulane at New Orleans' La : games. : " its other It took a ,„ ,, -- - terrific performance bv Walker to trip the inspired Aggies He passed for the first touchdown scored the second on a 40-yard rui'i hen sparked a 05-yard drive that '"-''" a 14-14 deadlock. He picked broke up 58 yards returning Oregon which would like to win! k ' ckofl - passed and ran the ball to Aggie the nod over California as the West Coast Rose Bowl representative moved past Washington, 13-7 •° ° Norlhweslcrn, the probable Big Nine representative at Pasadena New Year's day since Michigan is ineligible, whipped Wisconsin, 16-7 Michigan sank the Navy, 35-0. In the Eant Columbia lost to Dartmouth, 2R-21. Princeton trampled Harvard, 47-7, and Canisius I handed St. Bonaventure its first loss, H-G. Other major results: •'" Cross 1C Duquesnc carried over the the twelve, then R'oal on an end sweep. The All-America triple halfback also kicked two points. The 14 points he against the Aggies for the year to 84, 48 more Clyde Scott of Arkansas, iJl). Texas was „ B.iylor, but the five minutes threat extra made his total than a slight favorile over- Bears came within broken, from P; of retaining an un- once-liecl slate. A pass :uil Campbell to George Mc- brought Texas Victory. Jhe game . Ouaehita Tigers lake on Ar- A. and M. this week" d in whir : l, v ,'ill have s me eAtP ", th {- lfwcr bi-acketi of e^ AIC standings. Teachers, who" shared the 1047 •nnant with Ted,, i, virtually out ° hC r,V llnni "« '" thi - s year's race Ihe leachors will travel to pills'- I'asl: Holy* Call I Southern Methodist will be favorites this New York, Nov. 8 — (/P) — The Cleveland Browns spent the last A V n° . Nove .™bcrs primping for the All America Football Conference's championship game. But this month finds this Browns preparing lor two clashes against the upstart S?" I'raneisco 49ers with the western division title at stake. The first of these two crucial games is slated for Cleveland's Lakefront Stadium Sunday The second is scheduled for the 49ers' home gridiron two weeks after the Cleveland meeting. Both of these for then- powers tuned up important . batlle next W L T 200 2 1 0 ..... Texarkana 120 .333 Camden 1 2 0 .333 Fordyce 0 1 0 .000 | This week's schedule: El Dorado i at Texarkana; Fordyce at Cam- j den (Cristrict) ;'Hope at Smackover. I (district). j Last week's* results: Fort Smith J 21. Texarkana 7; Camden G. Mag-! nolia 14; Little Rock 12. Hope 7: i El Dorado 33, Fordyce 0; Nash- ' villc 7, Smackover 19. Smarting from a 13-13-6 defeat at El Dorado last weekend the Yerger Tigers will be out for a victory here Thursday night when they meet a strong eleven from Texarkana at Mammons Stadium, On Saturday night t\ V o Negro colleges. Philander Smith of Little Rock and Campbell College of Holley Springs, Miss, will plav at Hammons Stadium. The Arkansas 1 firm 1 p oll . e sc is sparked by Palmore. '•"""bruising fullback, who was slai nl " ! the Tiger team last season. Pet. .889 .571 .556 .33.3 .125 Pet. j of een week with triumphs yesterda'v - ----The Browns dumped the Baltimorp i Moans Committee, also predicted f^f. IJ „ rtn rr mi . *. . *-"t*.n.4..iiji_7ic 4-}~, r,4- 71jT« T*,*-, ..•« ~« ,..:»1 .. • . _ i_ ; _ Washington, Nov. 8 —WP)—Rep. Eberharter (D-Pa) said today he looks for President Truman to urge a revision of the 1048 income tax cut. The idea, said Eberharter, would be to pass more of the savings along to low, income groups by boosting the levies for those in the upper brackets. Eberharter, a member of the tax-farming House Ways and Colts, 28-7 The 49ers trounced The Chicago Rockets, 44-21, to stay a naif game in front of the Browns. The loss knocked the Colts out of first place in Eastern division chase m favor of (he Buffalo Bills The Bills tamed the Brooklyn Dodgers, 26-21. -In the other conference game, the New York Yan- Meanwhile, the Chicago Cardinals and the Chicago Bears f or .,„ i n ti>reonfcr- 3: Boston U. 33 Fordham 7 ; Cornell 14 Colgate C; Rutgers 3-1 Lafayette 13 Temple 20 Syracuse i ale 52 Kings PointO. South: Kentucky 13 Villanova ].'} 'tiei; Vanderbilt 41! Louisiana State i: Virginia 21 North Carolina Male 14; Washington and Lee 14 Virginia 'Tech '!; iv/nrge Washington M The Citadel 0 " Mississippi ••>•> Chattanooga 7; .Mississippi State 20 Auburn 0. Baylor ,., —.j week, but J osas rates only a slight edge over I f * v :i c i l-i IM iH i fi «\ ""PI, .. T-» • Texas Christian'. The; "Rice M. game is a tossup. A and M.-s losing streak now Mri-tehes to eleven games. The t the last three of the and have dropped c this year A, and Ag- 1S47 ight mained tied for top honors in National League's Western sion. The the Final plans have been completed tor the Boy Scout Drive which will begin Tuesday morning with i breakfast at 6:45 A. 1VL, by the workers at the Hotel Barlow. The following eleven Captains have been chosen for the business district in Hope: Clifford Franks, E. P. Young. Jr., Byron Andres, Jack Williamson, Hcrvoy Holt, Brents McPherson, Thompson,.. Evans, Jr., diaries Wyhe, A. D. ivlalonc, Henry Havnes, and Earl Young. Each of these Captains will be responsible for contacting twenty- live prospective investors'in Scouting. Each Captain will select his own workers not to exceed a total of five for each group and bring as many of them as possible with him to the breakfast where final i instructions will be issued. Additional Captains for special groups are: James H. Jones. Public Schools- Elmer Brown and David Griffin Courthouse; Clyde Zinn, City Hall . .... . --,,Lo ( ancl the Water and Light Plant; advisers are known to take a dim M-yle Brown and Dr. F. D. Henry view of such a move because of j f°r, the first National Bank area' Monday p.m., Nov. 8 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M -0:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Edit'^n 0:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr. . 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M ' f!:!5 Mutual Newsreel—-M 8:30 Erskino Johnson—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M fl:fin Fishing &• Hunting Club- " 0:30 Michael Zarron's Orch.—M 9:45 Tom Grant's Orch—M 10: on All the Ncwa—M 10:15 Wally Wicken's Orch.—M 10:30 Allan Holmes' Orch.— M 10:55 Mutual News—M U:00 Sign Off Tuesday a.m., Nov. 9 ' 5:57 Sign On ' ! :00 Hillbilly Hoedown (5:15 Home Sweet Home 6:25 Bargain Roundup fi:3D News. First Kdition fi:40 Arkansas Plowboys G:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Eoys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News. Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Ser-nade 8:30 Slogan Parade " ' 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M £1:30 Blevins Program , 10:00 Passing Parade—M I 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M that Mr. Truman will revive his excess profits tax proposal. However, some of the president's Gabriel —M 10:45 Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks 11:15 Kate Smith Sings- 11:30 Student Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Tuesday p.m., Nov. 9 Iloattcr's Mailbag -M -M its possible effect on business. There has been considerable speculation that before Mr. Truman reaches any definite decision on business taxes he may renew his plea to industry to lower prices—and profits. The president had little to say about an excess profits tax during stomped Ihe Cards, defending champs, enee feud with Kansas State Teach- cr ,, Coll °P?- | Southwest: Rice IT, Arkansas Magnolia A. and M. is holding i^as Tech 4(i T - UKlins '"> second place in that , .^ should it lose to O/arks this end it could still maintain it> I son. week posi- Beans loaves. are seeds, cabbages onions are bulbs, are tubers, radishes art tomatoes are fruit. C- Mines 0 Oklahoma FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER Hardin Simmons 34 City 21. Midwest: Minnesota 3-1 Purdue 7: Illinois 14; Iowa (i: Ohio Slate 41 Pittsburgh I) I,,..v;i State 2 Drake 0 Michigan Slate 47 iVlarquette ()• potatoes (Nebraska 32 Kansas State 0- Okla- rools, aiirt " f ""'"i -A. and ]U. 1'J Tulsu 0- Wichita 21 St. louis 14. Far West: Denver 3(1 Detroit ''7- Idaho 2<i Montana Su,te 12' Orc-on State 2(i Washington State 2(i i'ti'ei- Utah 12 Colorado A. and M 3- Colorado 211 Utah State 1-!; College of Pacific.- 32 Montana 14. T . - — oft beaten Detroit Lions, 56-20. The Bears turned back the Los Angeles Rams, 21-0. Philadelphia's red hot Eagles i crushed the New York Giants 35- J14. lo maintain their half "amo I edge over the Washington "Rod- iski.'ii" in the Eastern chase. The Skins tamed the lowly Boston Yanks, 23-7. ' ,..~~<~r^, ; I , The Pittsburgh Steolers stunned • oil? e' I • Hr l ? m , Which lH lc . Grcen B »y Pikers 38-7. <o end oil i.-, c\U acted, belongs to their three game losing streak ,'.' 'l 1 .. J ,', as '!; e .PomseUia. Rookie Ray Evans, former Kansas been .-iin" i™ u Sflld to sti ' r '.'' a " <">nd passed the Steelers f, nn, " rt i - tha , n a »3' to a 24-0 halftirne lead and the live operas combined. 'packers never recovered WE HAVE .... Seed Oats, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheal, Barley and Joe Youmans Flower Bulbs. V/e 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 SERVICE Phone 1280 OJ. 1Q 231-J Nlshts and Sundays 119 Edaewood Hope FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile * Rubber TIU ROY ALLISON Phone 230 Hanover Back Leads Scoring With 102 LET FOY DO JT » Level yards « Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lots « Also custom work, HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 106b S. Walnut Bt. j New York. Nov. H —i/p Trccsh of Hamnvr dud. one of the top o!'fi:-n.si',-< slurs amom; small schools leaos the natiun's coJIe-o wiih 102 points. Mi 1 scored thr nrday as I;":IIKIV< Central '••i three of who had lii-ei luiiad in s i ;.i v i • nini Elected Because U. S.-Must Stay Strong ..... divi-l llis campaign. But he took several husky swipes at.the income lax cut bill which the 80th Congress wrote into law over his veto. He called it a "rich man's" bill. The main features of lhat measure are ID a $100 hike in the personal exemption, making it $600 instead of $500; <2> Extension of the community properly principle to all stales, letting husbands and wives split the family income j for tax-saving purposes. " and (3) percentage cuts in tax rates ranging from 12.C .per cent in the low income brackets lo five per cent at the top. Eberharter did not sorl of revisions he thinks Mr. Tru. man has in mind. But in his own lax reduction proposal early this year, the president suggested thai ioach person be allowed a $40 "cost I of living" tax cut—a plan that 'would make the percentage saving "cost of living" lax cut—a plan that would make the percentage saving big for low-income people but liny for Ihose in the high brackets. These activities do not include those of the Larger Gifts Committee which has already pretty veil completed its work. Some contributions listed to dale arc: Roy Anderson & Co. B & B Gro. Brunei- -Ivory Handle Co Owen's Department Store Howard Houston Roger Clinton Buick Co. Diamond Cafe Hamm Motor Co. Hope Brick Works Moore Bros. Gro. Nunn-McDowell Motor Co. J. C. Penny Co. PlunkoU- Jarrell Gro Ritchie Gro. Co. Leo Robins Weisenberger it Pilkinton Wylie Motor Co. S12.00 12.50 50.00 i 30.00 12.50 25.00 20.00 24.00 50.00 ia.oo 15.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 12.50 25.00 _ 25.00 Top Radio Programs New York, Nov. H —i/IY- On the! . Air tonight: NBC -•• fi-3fl Van' whatjDarnme Quintet: 7:30 Barlow Con-! cert, fij.se. Stevens; i! Don Voor- > hoes Concert 8:30 1. Q. Qui/ : CBS--7 Inner Sanctum D'-aivur i i> /'Pitfair- with Dick Powell and i Lizabelh Scott. !! My Friend Irrna- 9:30 Bob Hawk Quiz. ABC—7 Gordon MaeRae and olh-' ers in "Rio Rita;" I! U. S. Ma-j rine Corps Anniversary ii-3tj Stars in the Night; 9:30 Starring Kav Starr. 12:00 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 G:00 6:15 6:25 G:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:30 9M5 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 News, Home Edition Market Time John Daniel Quartet Polka Interlude Farm Fair Eddy Arnold Show—M Queen for a Day Golden Hope Chest—M Sulton's Livestock Sale Ozark Valley Folks—M Time to Dance 1490 Club Swin/? Time Social Security Day by Daj I Adventure Parade—M Superman—M ' Captain Midnight—M Tom Mix—M Rhythm & Reason News. Fivfc Star Final Today in Sports News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M Gco. O'Hanlan Show—M Official Detective—M II y Gardner—M Gabriel Hoafter—M Mutual Newsrcel—M Krskine Johnson—M '•* Bill Henry, News—M Fishing & Hunting Club—M Michael Zarron's "Orch — M Tom Grant's Orch.—M All the News--M Wally Wicken's Orch.—M -'Man Holmes' Orch — M Mutual Reports the News Sign Off By The Associated Press UD-USIU? 14 St. Conaventure Santa Clara 14 NeVada 0 Loras 20 St. Thomas 13. By DEWITT MACKENZIE AP Foreign Affairs Analyst When the result of Ihe U S presidential election reached United Nations circles in Paris A. A. Artiunian, a Russian delegate who also is a member of the s<)\-iet foreign affairs department told American newsmen the out- diffcr- bi- ap- bine in defens gression. Of is simplifed by the fact IhaTwush" »e against the Red ag- conrse the situation ington's shevisl policy regarding the aggression already REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 fphone Collect) it No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — §40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS come "really makes littl enee (abroad) because of your partisan foreign policy." Thai seems to be a shrewd praisal of the position from the st:<ndpoim of international affairs. Ill is recognition of the vital fact uchdowns- Sat-]t'iat the rival political parties iia i stand to;.;clher when faced with a (principles under ' proceeding are Naluraly one velopments of policy lo meet lure emergencies. " The against communism is Hie international problem with . The president estimated 1h c cost ', sn lroi .i t in France and shall never of Ms plan at $3,200,000,000. He forget how time and again officers came to me as an American and begged to know: "What is the latest news from Washington? What does President Wilson say today?" They wanted to hear from America's head of state, and not from anyone else. That same thing is true today as the anti-Communist forces com- up proposed that amount be made by an excess profits tax. When he called Congress back into session after the political conventions last summer. Mr. Truman again renewed his profits tax plan as the top item on , , <--'-^'l>«ok 9 an eight point anti-inflation program which !J>>' sel " 7:30 Greg- Fish aiKl Tuesday Program: NBC—1 p. m . Double or Nothing; 7:3U Date W'th ' " Slam: 2:30 I Poo- Kay p.m. House Party 8—We the .ABC—10 a. m. to relieve coughs-aching muscles! Children's Jl/i/.f Musterolo is made especially for the average Imby'sten- der skin. No other ml) Rives faster relief from coughs ; and that miserable con- Music Relaxin' Time both the Republicans and Demo- - ° Serenade lor Strings. erats largely ignored. MBS-!I:30 a. m. Say it with .!\iu i One high-ranking White House!, 5 . 1 . 1 -': G;lf) Dinner Date; IJ-.-JQ i",-, n e aide told a reporter shortly after " 111 ... also_ breaks up painful bin face gestion, bun-ing Um a5iiii}j relief. Child's Mild 0&t.«-i,?.«., ^1 president's upsel election vic- Bol-!tory lasl week: has I "I wouldn't an like lo hear tax been defined under the Truman ad-! about an excess profits iax now mimslralion and that this regime Perhaps business has had enou-h is being continued. The broad of a shock " •-notion e)j.:n crisis. Apropos of this we ;:ee Gu\vrnor Dev.ey telling President Truman in a message of congratulations: "I urge all Americans to unite you in support uf every effort to keep our nation strong' and , Irei- and establish peace ii- «'•« \\orld." It is we)! that this truth b abroad lest there b, understanding among those are which America well known, would expect de- fu- the c-iii- niis- wh o the alert to take advantag- Ki/eining weakness in Amer- uriiior. It is well, too. that it i-oj'.iM/.rd by the nianv na- licii are looking to the for leadership in the -ai id-death struggle know defense greatest which jinterval will be It remains to be s.cen wliat luck Mr. Truman will liave with tax matters in the new Democratic Congress. " ~ the new American government have to deal, and it hardly can VJhhnm 0 ' lha '. thi f wi " ke solved j fi K ht" for the president's prom. without resorting lo new measures, bill, introduced ' ~ However, we must assure Hep. Dotighton (D-NCi who will return as Ways aii:l Means chairman after a Hvo-year of Republican con'trol supoorted the GOP tax cutlinj. bill m its final form. And he made no lax by Rep. Dingell fu- iD-Michi h „. Youth !••'• more ei ihan in <j s -'u'e iii(jre than Kir),-;, acorcUug Encyclopedia Britain-.ica. ! 'A itii coiiimuiiisrn : the ".--old \var." When there is global I 1 jui.'pivsv.-d countries try to hit wugons to the American j for all to see. So the whole world star, sometimes that is from pure-(knows what President Truman's '••" more often j fundamental policies are and what ' ' ' ' "" ' to pursue in his m-an TMv.rn "J'' 8 " P , la " f 01 ' Eu ''°' i A ' d Fo(t peau lehabiluation already is in, }Iel..sinki lull operation. American military i lions Int preparedness for emergencies is moving apace. These things are out in th open to selfish motives but is because of desperate need and [trend he is it bc-cause of re-cognition that the {new term. united Slates is the world's para-1 (or should mount pov.'er. During the Wurld War One para-1 darkest days of 1 was on the Brit- that likeb The " enow world knows for its own g ood) Americans stand together in emergencies, irrespective of politics. Children The Uniu-d Na- ernalional C'hildr.-n'j; iLmergency Fund i.UNICEFi plan.-to spend more than $1.000.000 in Finland before July 1. 1949 The chief of the UNIC'EF European committee, Alfred E. Davidson announced that the organization will provide all Finnish school children with supplementary food such as dehydrated milk, lard and canned meat. The money will also b^- !i s > >cl . l ,° li} -'' u tuberculosis among 1 mmsh children. a PLAN TO BUILD YOURS IN BEVERLY 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

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