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Page Four HOPE S t A R , MOPE, A R KANSAS Adt Must Bfl la Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words Up to IS Iff to 20 21 to 25 2Gto30 31 to 35 86 to 40 «to 43 48 to 50 Day Days Days Month 45 „ .60 .. .75 .. .90 .. 1.05 .. 1.20 .. 1.35 „ 1.50 __ Rates are tot Continuous Insertions Only • AH Want Ads Cash in Advance * Not Taken Over the Phone .SO 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 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 For Sole GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT Reasonable prices. See E. M McWilliams at McWillinms Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 0-lmo 1039 CHEVROLET COUPK IN excellent condition. See it at 815 West 6th street. 8-St Wonted BOW OR OVAL FRONT CHINA cabinet, four or fivo shelves high. Write box 9!) in care of Hope Star. 10-Gt Salesman Wanted A GOOD POSITION FOR A GOOD man. Write Box 08 for full information. 8-Ot Nottee WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo LET US RENOVATEPYOUR OLD mattress, or make it into a new innerspring. One day service in condition. $100. See at 404 West 5lh Street.' 11-31 I Phone Mattress Company, 930-J-2. l-2w 18 REGISTERED POINTER B1RD- dogs. Two and one-half years old artd younger. Champion blood lines.. Gary Formby,. Patmos, _Ark. : 12-31 1939 CHEVROLET 3/4 TRUCK^ new motor, good condition. Dixons Service Station, Hazel -nnd Division Streets. 13-Gt Estate for Sale 4 ROOM HOUSE TO MOVE. SEE Mrs. J. R. Allen, 7 miles South East of Shover Springs or write Route' I, Emmet, Arkansas. ___^_ ll-3t WE HAVE TWO "FOURROOM houses at prices you can afford to', pay, Practically new and nicely located. See us before you buy, Tyler Realty Service, Cotton Row. 13-3t NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY, stock of goods and fixtures. Small Jiving quarters. In residential district. Phone 1258. l!5-3t For Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- men.t. Private bath and private entrance. Couple preferred 220 East 2nd Street, Phone 114-R. ' ll-3t MODERN APARTMENT~r~322 West Division, Phone 33G-W. W. T. Franks. 11-31 THREE LARGE UNFURNISHED rooms. 815 East Division. Phone 804-J. 15-31 NICE 4 ROOM~~UNFURNI?I-IED apartment. Private entrance and bath. Couple preferred. Mrs. Gulster, 222 N. Hervey. 12-3t DUPLEX APARTMENT 4 ROOMS private entrance and bath. Close in, .Vacant. See A'' H. Eversmeyer on South Main. 15-3t LET FOY DO It • Level yards • Dig Pout Holes » Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lota o 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 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. % .mile East of Hope On Highway 4 Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order noxv to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 36D-W City Hall. 4-lmo Monday, November 15, Fair Enough By Weitbraok Peglet Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Excuse me, stranger, but I understand you voted for Truman because you were against the Taft- Hartlcy Law. It makes no difference to me that you voted for Truman, but why do you want to re peal this law? Oh, so it is a slavelabor Jaw. Lost KEYHOLDER WITH ABOUT 12 keys. Name on holder. J. S. Lipe, "The Coloson Man" Phone 850. 12-3t ONE AND ONE-HALF YEAR OLD bird dog setter. White with tan ear. Liberal reward. Charles Bryan. Phono 1111 or 1080. 12-3t BLONDE COCKERSPANIEL female pup, eight to ten months old. Answers to name "Cindy". " --' ' Donald 12-3t You never read it, but you took the word of the union crooks and die tators who are against it. Burglars are against laws which cramp their style, too. The T-H law requires union bosses to swear, subject to the pen allies for perjury, that they are not Communists, if they want the serv ices of the labor board. And you object to that, in princi pie, because it might interfere with you political freedom. All right, on thai point, let me tell you what your union can do to you. A few years ago, Harry Bridges was up for deportation as a • Com munist. Philip Murray, the pros! dent of the CIO, put his name on a booklet calling this deportation a dirty outrage. The doportatio nwas stopped by Roosevelt's' Supreme court and Bridges grow, stronger lha never. Last winter, Bridges decided to support Henry Wallace for presi dent. He had a rights'to"'.support was the now non Towler Remains Top Scorer in Nation New York, Nov. 15 —OB— Dan Towlor of Washington and Jefferson regained the nation's football scoring leadership with two touchdowns and three extra points Sat urday. He now has 114 points, 10 more than Lee Spears of Catawba College at Salisbury, N. C. _Hank Trcesh of Hanover find.) College, the lender last week, went scoreless against Centre College. His previous total of 102 was good enough for third place in the nation. _ Doak Walker of S. M. tinued to ton Southwest Unbeaten Grid List Narrows U. r, - -- •-- It.eorge Thomas still topped l even with 54, points. Reward. Phone 1212-M. Moore. Help Wanted PRACTICAL SHOP TRAINING IN Plumbing, Electricity, Drafting, Auto-Mechanics and Shoe Repair. Veterans can earn up to $210-$290 per month while training. See R. G. Hill at Hempstead County Courthouse (2nd floor) Monday Nov. 15th from 12 Noon to 5 p m. 13-H COLORED VETERANS FOR SHOP training in auto- mechanics plumbing' or shoe repair. See R. G. Hilt at Courthouse Monday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Can earn w M Wallace even- though he communists' candidate. But the CIO abruptly fired this communist for supporting a candi ualc who also denied that he was a Communist and -who possessed very cordial credentials from F D Kooscvclt. Murray named in place Bridges one Timothy FJynn, the Art _.es of Wichita had 49 points to lead the Missouri Valley Confer en ce. Dallas, Tec., Nov. 15 (/I 1 ). —-Baylor's Golden Bears get their whack at Southern Methodist University this week. Arkansas missed throwing the front-running Mustangs by iwo seconds last week, leaving it up to Baylor to try and pitch the Southwest Conference title chase into' a three-way tie. A 10-yard pass from Gilbert Johnson to Paul Page on the final Worcester, Mass..! have made five trips, to Worcester gathering ma tonal for a success story on Tim J.'Jynns career. My inquiries have revolved around police headquar tcrs and I would >Vkhank Mr. Flynn, the West ' Coast director of the CIO, for a few 'of his finger prints, although one would really be enough. I just save fingerprints, it is a hobby like stamps and auto graphs. I already have Mr. Flynn's photograph. But to return to the arbitrary displacement of Bridges by the M n /• e game kept Southern Methodisl undefealed in conference ^action, 14-12. °i I Texas retained its up to $210-$290 per month while Premature saint, Phil Murray, how training. 13-lt d ° y. ou like that kind of political Wonted to Buy BEGINNER WANTS BABY PIGS and small heifer calves. H. Carlson, Route 2, Box 159, Hope, Arkansas. 9-Ct GOOD PRICES PAID FOR HIGH grade milch cows. See Autrey Wilson. Phone 9G4-W-2. 12-3t Instruction - Female A FASCINATING CAREER. PRACTICAL NURSING. Prepare now to help fill the need in a well- paying ocucpation. Easy spare- time training. High school not needed. Many earn while learning. FREE information. Write Wayne School of Practical Nursing, Box 98, Hope Star. 15-3t REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Use'd Refrigerators. • 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 Frlgidalre Dealers 232 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 & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and qir conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 12SO «; 1231-J Niehts and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Cleveland Boots 49ers Out of Pro Running . Now York, Nov. 15 ~(/f) The mighty Cleveland Browns, unaccustomed to sharing leadership with anybody, finally booted the San Francisco 49ers out of co-partnership atop the AH American Con ference pro football standings yes terday. Divisional and playoff champions the past two years, Ihe Browns gained undisputed possession of Ihe lead by downing San Francisco's m'cviously unbeaten 49ers, 14-7, at Cleveland yesterday before 112,708 fans, largest crowd ever lo see a regular y^o game. The triumph left Coach Paul Brown's titans the only unbeaten team in pro football. The Browns have it 10-0 mark and lead the 49ers (10-1) by a half game. While the Browns assumed com mand in the West, three learns pulled into a lie for the confer once's Eastern Division load The Baltimore Colts whipped the Chicago Rockets, 311-24, and the New York Yankees downed the Brook l.vn Dodgers, 21-7, to deadlock the Buffalo Bills for the top rung The Bills bowed, 27-2(1. to the Los Angeles Dons. The three teams sport identical 56 won-lost records. The pennant picture in the rival National League remained tin changed. The Philadelphia Eagles crushed the Boston Yanks, 45-0" to maintain their half-game bulge over the runnerup Washington Redskin.-. The Skins, who take on the Eagles in Philadelphia next Sunday, humbled the Detroit Lions, 40-21. In the West, the Chicago Jx-ars and the Chicago Cardinals remained tied for the lead. The Cards turned back the Pittsburgh Steelers. 24-7, and the Bears nosed out tin.. Green Bay Packers. 7-G. i'lu- Los Angeles rams trounced the New York Giants. 52-37 in the nation's remaining game .. A total of 159.729 fans look in the Vy,!\, National League games and 1-U.948 the 1'our All-America strug- freedom? , . — -— champion- snip hopes by coming from behind to defeat Texas Christian 15-7. Baylor's chances against the Mustangs weren't improved by the 35-13 licking it suffered at the hands of Tulane. Rice handed Texas A., and M its ninth straight loss this year' 23-6. ' Only Baylor and Texas Christian now stand in Southern Methodist's way of a repeat performance as Southwest Conference chamion and host team in the Cotton Bowl New Year's Day. Should the Mustangs lose Saturday they would be tied at the top with Texas and Baylor. Most of the interest this week And remember, any union canl wl]1 be centered on the big game do this without interference by any at Dallas. But Rice and Texas 1 ""' Christian meet at Houston and Arn ani ! ns m and Tulsa tangle at Little •Hock. Texas and Texas A and M take off to prepare for their tra : - law. The reverse of this is thai any Communist union can fire you out of union office for supporting a Re publican — or Democratic — can clidate. Or expel you from ordinary working membership and Ihus run you off Ihe job and keep you out of work forever for opening your big, dumb trap in favor of any anti Communist candidate. They call that "disruption" or "ununionlike activity". The racketeers use the same trick to protect their rackets. You may have been too young or too ciumb to know what wont on at the time, but I helped send a lot of racketeers to prison for kicking people like you around, and I have made a study of their tricks I exposed (hern first. Sure I did. bcalise. Browne and Bioff. Joe Fay Jim Bove. I never could get Greasy Joe Moreschi of the hodcarriers, though They indicted him, but then they kicked the case around lor years and he finally wiggled away although they slightly nicked his crooked kid, Faust. The Depart ment of Justice could have tried harder. These racketeers can throw you out of a union for "disruption," ununionhke activity" and such like moneky business if you merely demand a rollcall, an election or an accounting. Mordsehi's racket flidn t hold an electlion for 31 years About a million workmen had to pay initiation of S50 on the aver age, plus fees and shakedown to a succession of the damnedest thieves you ever saw. in the course ol those 31 years. Two president Hangslers died and finally Greasy Joe muscled in, all without a sin file ballot from more than a million dumb, pick and shovel iocs you '-' '" • • tell labor law. Here are ditional thanksgiving tussle. Doak Walker ended up with a minus ten yards rushing against Arkansas, but kicked the extra points that spelled the difference between victory and a tie The Mustang All-America's point •*"]I for the year now stands at Pete Stout of Texas Christian, Leon Campbell of Arkansas, who made all his team's points Saturday, and Bobby Lanlrip of Rice are bunched behind him, each with 52 points. total 86. AIC Title May Be Undecided Until Turkey Day By CARL BELL Little Rock, Nov. 15 — yp) sizzling chase for the Arkansas intercollegiate Conference football championship probably ivon't be decided until the season's final ames are played Thanksgiving The Day. Ihe race is between Arkansas lech and Magnolia A. and M If remaining games follow form the two will wind up in a tip for the title. But Tech has the better chance of the two to grab an undisputed crown. The Wonder Boys must, mim weak Hondrix on Day for at least a share honors for the fourth season. Magnolia's Muleriders need victories over hapless ' " ' New York, Nov. 15 — (UP)—It was gelling mighly lonely loday on the list of unbeaten and untied football teams with only 18 surviving perfect record outfits—some of them still there only after narrow brushes with disaster, Of this number, five were so- called major college teams—Michigan. Notre Dame, Army, Califor nia and Clemson—and after what happened Saturday, it seemed likely that each will go the rest of the way unscathed. Three of the teams, Norte Dame, Army, and Clemson, were forced to score touchdowns in the final period lo preserve their winning records in games thai found them up against highly inspired ossosi- tion. Notre Dame barely beat Northwestern, Army had to score in the final 30 seconds to top Pennsylvania, and Clemson was extended all the way against Wake Forest. Michigan and California had it much easier, coasting all the way to onesided victories over Indiana and Washington State. Midwest Smackover to Play Van Buren at El Dorado Little Rock, Nov. 15 — (fi>)~ With two exceptions, the stage is set for first-round games of the Arkansas high school football playoffs this week. Harrisburg and West Memphis will play tonight to determine which team will represent District Three against Elaine in the Class B playoffs. The two now are tied for first place in the third district. The site for the Class A first- rounder between Batesville and Benton has not been selected. Batesville and Newport tied for the District Two title, but the Pioneers were selected for the playoffs by the Arkansas Athletic Association. Otherwise, the playoff picture is as follows: Class AA Smackover vs. Van Buren at El Dorado Saturday night. Duck Calling Contest Set for Nov. 27 Stuttgart, Nov. 15. — (UP) — Eastern Arkansas' top fall sporting event, the national duck callers contest, was loss than two weeks away today. It will be held here Nov. 27. Contestants from throughout the duck-hunting areas of the Mid west are expected to compete for the il.OOO prize which goes to the man who can reproduce a duck's call to the satisfaction of the judges. The contest is being sponsored again this year by Daniel Harder Post of the American Legion The last two seasons the legion had leased the event to an out-of-state concern. Among the judges will be Ralph Pulitzer, publisher of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Edgar M. Queenv president of the Monsanto Chern'i cal Co. of St. Louis; and Frank Vestal, outdoor writer for the Memphis Commercial-Apncal. Gov.elect Sid McMath has been asked to present the prize to the champion. VARTOfHQPS Russellville vs. Blytheville Blytheville Friday night. Eight victories; Missouri Valley Class A Michigan, Notre Dame, X-Densioii Bowling Green (O), -Alma (Mich.). Seven victories: state (O), Michigan Tech (finished season Nov. 11.). East Nine victories: Army, XWest Liberty State (W. Va.). Seven victories; Wesloyan (Conn.). South (2) Eight victories; Florida A & M. Seven victories; Clemson. Far West (2) Nine victories California. Seven victories; Occidental. Southwest (1) Nine victories; -Sul Ross State (Tex.), Rockies (none). New York, Nov. 15 — cTP) — Col legc football teams squeezed through Saturday's with a minimum of proceedings upsets, but with enough fourth quarter 'thrills tor a whole season. The top two games of the day weren't settled until the final gun sounded. More than a half-dozen others were seriously in doubt up to the last play. Take a look at these than fiction finales: stranger Army marched 73 yards to- beat the clock by 30 seconds in whipping Pennsylvania, 26-20, after the lead had changed hands three times. Notre Dame came from behind in the- last nine minutes to edge Northwestern, 12-7. Gil Johnson's desperation pass to Paul Page gave Southern Methodist a 14-12 verdict over Arkansas on the last play of the game. With less than three minutes remaining Bob Dean scored for Cornell and then kicked the extra point that gave the Big Red a 27-?fi margin over Dartmouth, which had led, 26-14, at the start of the fourth quarter. Princeton nipped Yale, 20-14 with two last period touchdowns and then had to halt mined Elis within the shadow of onds. Iowa the deter posts in the closing sec- refused to slay down againsl Minnesola. The Hawkeyes were never ahead, but they tied the Gophers three different times before Minnesota finally pulled it out in the last quarter, 28-21. There were some lop-sided a£ fairs, too. Michigan scored and scored and scored against Indiana, finally winding up with a 54-0 verdicl. that probably will make it first by a T,I y 'S.' idc mai 'Sin in the Associated luikey Press poll of leading teams of top successive Unbeaten California found Washington State soft touch and at Waldron at Bentonville Thursday night. Paragotild vs. Helena at Forrest City Friday night. Warren night. Class B Hartford night. at Nashville Friday at Dermolt at Bauxite Friday Friday Pocahontas night. Camden Fairview vs. Lake Village at Crossett Friday night. Under regulations of the Athletic Association, the Class AAA and Class AA champions may meet following the regular playoffs if both agree. Chances are, however, that either Smackover or' Van Buren will have to bo the double A champ for such a challenge game to be arranged. Little Rock, which won the Triple A crown—decided on a regular season percentage basis beat Russellville and lost to Blythcville during the season. Calender Is Righ^Wedth'er Mississippi »» The Philander Smith College Panthers of Little Rock defeated the Campbell College Trojans 38-6 in a football game played before a fairly large crowd at Hammons Stadium, Saturday night. Outstanding for Campbell College was V. Beasley and Marshall Outstanding for Philander Smith College were James Lloyd, Ralph "Wildman" Palmer, Jackie White, Yerger Ploys Little Rock Here Thursday The Yerger High School Tigers will meet the Dunbar High School Bearcats of Little Rock in a very important conference game Thursday night at Hammons Stadium. The Tigers came out of the Texarkana game in pretty fair shape but it is very doubtful if Samuel Shaw, veteran left guard, that was injured By HARLE.Y PERSHJNG Little Rock, Nov. 13 —f/P)— The calendar says fishing is right. The experts say now is the time. Even the fish—in some sections of Arkansas—are ready to lay it on the line. But for once this year there seems to be more fish than fishermen and the reason, of course is that fishing has had to take a back seat to hunting—the state's No. 1 hit on the sports parade. Reports on conditions of Arkansas' lakes and streams the past week have shown a marked improvement in fishing. The only trouble—there just weren't any anglers. One group of rod and reel men who were not lured into the woods to track down deer, tried their luck m an Eastern Arkansas rice irri"a- tion ditch. A nice catch of above average size black bass was caught in a matter of a few hours. And Arkansas Game and Fish officials reported today that, now that the fall rains have started anglers can be prepared for some good fishing," the best spots will be where the rains have been the most gradual but frequent. Fishing has lost most of its faith- lul and ardent followers to deer hunting. But the bolters are expected to be hitting the line starting tomorrow. in the El Dorado able to play. game will be Red Rolfe to gers te7 tied And k; Thanksgiving to clinch breezed home in front, 44-14. Once^ en n Stale romped over ?, 47-0. Georgia stayed on Confer- typical A. I some .gimmicks These Local of Li constitution. are from the constitution of of Winc ' i-''^ 0 '' and Dis ri ,,, tillery Workers by a thief so low : Unit racketeers in charity, in New York, run ir 1 K .1 t - I, .> ____ he of ., , the championship. Th :eilo on ence by rolling over Auburn, 42 least a 14. -i nr l Oklnhnm.n R;,I Cr,,,,,,, <v an outright eon beaten once — .Magnolia by och and Tech by Ouachita Tech Under these gimmicks any mem er can be expelled by Beii Pross bei and net of the controlling jnob for act ot "insubordination;" for con ciuct "discreditable" to the union for endeavoring to create "dissen sion , by discussing Press's crim ma I record and his country estate for example; for "advocating" or encouraging" division of the funds out of which this crook has con' slitutional authority to help him self, or for "encouraging, even in directly," the teaching of "any theory" in opposition to "the princi pies of Democracy." That is what this union of the A. F. of L. can do to you under the dictatorship of a criminal so Eootball Results By The Associated Press Santa Clara 111 Si. Mary's 7 •St. Vinceiii.s :;i Mt. St. Marys 7 Detroit 27 St. Louis Univ 14 St. Joseph's 13 St. Norbert 7 .St. Uonaventure 21 Niagara 0. FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. 1. TURNER Muleriders can win title by winning both their <>ames only if Tech loses to Hondrix Each of the front-runners has been '•-••<-•- — T as a percentage lead by virtue |ot having won six games to Magnolia's five. The Wonder Boys carved out a l'1-O triumph over Henderson last week, while the Muleriders rode roughshod over the College of the Ouachita, which dropped out of the title picture with two early season losses but have been winning ever since, continued to prep lor two postseason appearances by nosing out Arkansas A. and M. 13-7. , 14, and Oklahoma, Big Seven fa vorite, had it just as easy against Nebraska, winning, 41-14. North Carolina brushed aside Maryland, 49-20, in what was supposed to be low that lie can't public elections. even vote Do you want to know how they proceed to indk-t you and try you? well, Pross is the boss ' o'f a little bunch called the executive ocurd. They make the charges, run flic trial and fix the punishment Anything that threatens their rack ft is insubordination, discreditable io lh<- union, disruptive or anti di-mocratic. •So, under Hie American Fedeni lion of Labor and the R the short end of a against Mississippi. Kansas State came uoscvell Todd May Take Over Chicks Next Season Memphis, Tenii., Nov. 15—(UP) -David Bloom, Commercial Appeal sports writer, said today that Al ( iodd probably would be the Todd resigned Saturday as ivrin- ager of the Mobile Bears and announced he was making connections with another chain which o f- le-red him more opportunities Jiie Beans are in the Brooklyn 'odger minor league chain, while Alabama upset Georgia Tech 1412, virtually knocking the Engineers from bowl consideration And Tennessee, which had dumped lech from the unbeaten ranks only the Saturday before, wound up on 16-13 score .-.- within six- yards of winning its first conference game since 1944, but its hated rival, Kansas University, prevailed, 20-14. Ohio Stale warned Michigan that it may furnish trouble this Satur day. Tiie Buckeyes trounced Illinois, 34-7, with three touchdowns in the last quarter. Tulane remained in the running lor a possible Sugar Bowl bid bv defeating Baylor, 35-13 ,., , ,•-- - .v.,,.,,., v.n i - an we ininum labor policy, a dirty Kiis il1 "' Chicks are part of the Chii--i»o sianborn jailbird, and a twotimo White Sox chain. Sox Manager Jak FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Atphalt Tile a Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 'otimc loser at that, and a member of an )l(i family ring of bankruptcy swindlers can toss you around like Onslow swings a lot of wei"h( hat if you go bleating lo the liu ' Chicago "front office and Unleu States attorney you ean't 'portedly favors Todd as his even get in. If you raise a row (ces.sor here. \\hite Sox chain. Sox Manager Jack Onslow was this year's Chick manager and is a close friend of Todd's. -- you raise a oYniaiuling your rights, the mar snail vill throw you downstairs. Be- Hill use Ben Pross in one of l.ri.-1-n's A. K. of L. racketeers and '''(.•en is a Koosevolt-Truinan ••);,. Irn- fuker. Taft-liarlk-y never k-t anyone do these thing-.; to you. but you seem too stupid to know lhat. ApuroxhnaK-ly 20 per cent of iiumlully ..-n-iployed people in the United Stales are engaged i culture bined. n agri- foiestry and lulling com- Bl "Put a couple of twos together," ot-m wrote, "and you get a big answer as to who will manage the Memphis Chicks next vear---Alfred Chester (All Todd." " Chick Vice President Frank Lungmotti admitted that Todd's name was on a list of five that he submitted to Chicago for consideration. He declined to discuss the matter tuilher, but said a new Chick manager would be named very shortly. a defensive battle. The South provided a couple surprises. assign of Bivins Wanfs a Crack a* Louis'Title Cleveland, Nov. 15 — (,q>j— ]f Jimmy Bivins fights as tough as lies been talking when he tangles with Joe Louis, the champ says he may give him a shot at the Bivms has said he'll knock out Lotus Wednesday night in a six round exhibition scrap here Whether or not that's just a conic- en to the customers, Louis savs IK II tight Bivins in New York /or the title next June if he looks good enough. As of today Bivins looks like the Detroit, Nov. 15 —f/PiThe De troit Tigers loday named Robert A. (Red) Rolfe manager of their baseball team. A former Yankee star, Roif 0 - m 1047 was named director of the Tigers' minor league farm system He succeeds Steve O'Neill, "whose contract was not renewed. No salary details were revealed by General Manager Billy Evans as he announced that Rolfe had received the managerial ment. Rolfe. a 40-vcar-old native of Penabock, N. H., left the Dart mouth University campus in 1931 lo break into Ihe yankoe lineup He played one game lhal year before being sent to Albany of the East ern League. In 1932 and 1933 he was with Newark of the Interlational Leauge Then he went back to the Yankees for good. He alternated as short stop and third baseman for a lime before he became the New York team's regular third baseman. He was named the league's all shir third baseman in 1937 and 1 J<J J. He played with New York in the Worlds Series of 193G, 1937 1938 1939, 1941 and 1942. In 939. Rolfe led the American eague in runs scored, in hits and n two base hits. He batted over .300 for most of his career. He left the Yankees in 194'? (n become basketball and baseball coach at Yale University, a post he held through 1945. . Rulfe went back to the Yanks m 194(i as a coach under former Manager Joe McCarthy. Initiated Act No. 2, Beaten Count Shows . , - •'" • w.nj iiiiv. L1JIJ I'tLj. V- «J I 1 I J./H- L(J IJKL UI1 1 best opponent on the entire exliibi- turns from sevc-n olhc dun tour, ne says. complete results in the It s up to the people to decide who I m gonna fight next June " Joe told a reporter. "If the people believe Bivins up the best showing against jne, then I'll fight him for title." Little Rock, Nov. 13 —(/Pi— Complete, btit partially unofficial, returns from all but one of the state's 73 counties show proposed Iniliated Act No. 2 was defeated in the Nov. 2 general election. Official returns from 07 counties, complete but Early reports on the first period ol the 1948 season deer indicated that it was the stale's "most successful hunt." Within a mailer of a few hours after the period opened last Monday reports of kills were turned in to the Game and Fish commission headquarters here. So far this week 23 hunter--- have stopped in Little Rock en route to their homes to report a deer and game and fish officials say this is a good indication of a good hunt The reason: Hunters are required by law to report their kills to the nearest game warden or game and fish supervisor. If the ofticials can not be found then hunters are supposed to report direct to the GFC here ' Evidently there were a lot of deer being killed throughout the stale, "said one office worker "as never before have we had hunters stomp into the capital looking like Daniel Boone of 1948. "The^ deer weren't brought into the office,' 'the workers quickly added, "but one hunter did park in the space reserved • r ,r\\- the governor with a buck—(not the rccn kind)—hanging from the fender." A complete report on success of the season—which closed at midnight is not expected until early next week. But from unofficial reports the best hunting areas have been in Stone, Baxter, Grant, Perry and Monroe counties. Some kills were reported in Pulaski county just off Highway 10. Arkansas' duck hunting season which opens Nov. 26 for 30 days will be above normal "if we get some more rain," GAFC officials predicted. Already countless thousands of ducks and geese have flown into the state. And this week's cold wave is expected to bring more. However, explained the sportsman, unless there are more "watering and feeding places" the big birds may head to Louisiana where special feeding grounds are provided with protection. Strip Teaser, Manager Back on Speaking Terms New York, Nov. 13 — (UP) — Gfyl ?, sy S,° s , e Loe uncl the manager of the Club La Martinique were back on speaking terms today and the strip-leaser agreed to star in the nightclub's show for four weeks beginning Sunday night. The Gypsy had been booked to open at the nightclub Thursday night for $2,500 a week. But a disagreement with the manager, Monte Gardner, over who was to pay the $2 weekly rental for a shepherd's crook she ,vas supposed lo carry on the stage sent the strip leaser home in anger ust before the opening. There also .vas some disagreement over who was to pay for the costumes which the Gypsy said she made herself Details of the settlement, arranged by Dewcy Barto, national secretary of (lie American Guild of Variety Artists, were not disclosed BROADCASTING SYSTEM (Mi fff4&Q0Y AWAtta, Monday p.m., Nov. 15 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—-M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M (5:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Final i 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M i. 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 E. J. Hollywood Story—M 8:55 Bill Henry. News—M n:(10 Fishing & Hunting Club- " 9:30 Michael Zarron's Orch.—M 9:45 Tom Grant's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Wally Wicken's Orch.—M 10:30. Larry Clintons Oreh.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off ". Tuesday a.m., Nov. 16 •'''*' 5:57 Sign On «:00 Hillbilly Hoedown 6:25 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News, First Edition fi:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Eoys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Slogan Parade 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 'j 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Blcvins Program Blue Barren Presents—M > Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M 10:30 Gabriel Healter's Mailbag —M 10:4n Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Tuesday p.m., Nov. 16 12:00 News, Home Edilion * 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet- 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Stilton's Livestock Sale 2:30 Oxark Valley Folks—M 3:00 Song of Love 3:15 The" Johnson Family—M 3:30 1490 Club [ 4:00 Swinj? Time , 4:45 Social Security Day by Daytv 5:00 Adventure Parade—M ' •• 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Rhythm & Reason 6:15 News, Five Star Edition 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis,. Jr. 7:00 George O'Hamlin Show—M' 7:30 Official Deteclive—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Lone Wolf—M .<!£ 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 American Forum of the Air—M 9:30 Jimmy Feathcrstone's Orch " 10:00 All Ihe News—M 10:15 Mifitielito Valdes Orch.—M 10:30 Larry Clentons Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sien-Off 9:45 10:00 10:1 Top Radio Programs New York, Nov. 15 —(/P) Listening tonight—NBC—7 Calvacade Drama "The Burning Bush," 7:30 Howard Barlow Concert; R:30 I. Q. Radio City Playhouse "The First quiz 9 Contr-nted Concert: !):30 Radio City Playhouse "The First and The Last." I CBS—7 Inner Sanctum Dramas '8 John Garfield in "Body and Soul:." 9 My Friend Irma. .ABC— 7 Gordon Macrae in "Vagabond King:" a Raph Norman Music; 8:30 Stars in the NiehlM 9:30 Starring Kay Starr • MBS—7 The Falcon 7:30 Grog-- ory Hood Casebook; Fish and hunt Club. Tuesday Programs: NBC—1 p. m Double or Nothing; 0:30 Smoothies Ino; !!•— Bob Hope, Mort Downey Guest—CBS—9:30 a. m. Godfrey's Hour: G Bcaulah Skit: 7:30 Mr and Mrs. North. . .ABC—1 p m Mort Downey Guest of Breakfast in Hollywood 3 Second Honeymoon 9:30 Let Freedom Ring. . MBS— 10 a. m. Passing Parade' fl-l* Dinner Date: 8:30 Lone Wolf re- ers and in- other show 112.o93 votes for and 116.110 against the act which would have limited local option liquor elections biennial general election dates. The present local option law ! T"7i »~~T~ !permits a vole at any time upon . , . - P udki = of the Andes and in (petition of J5 per cent of the Africa directly on the equator have qualified electors in the affected snow on them all the year. governmental sub-division the High Actress, Indian Prince to End Vacation Tour Mexico City, Nov. 12 — (UP) — Rita Hayworth and Aly Khan will probably return to Hollywood within the next few days, it was learned today. The blond movie .star and the Indian prince have been vacationing in Mexico for a week and a half. Neither one has made any comment on reports they are planning to marry. Troop 82 of Guernsey, with Scout master Jay Whitney and troop com-- imtteoman Gerald Hosenbaum dicx*- an outstanding job while in Camp Ihursday, Friday and Saturday at ' Preston Hunt, near Texarkana. Troop 90 and troop 58 of Hope were represcnlcd in the camp Friday and Saturday. Due to rain the camp/ire programs were held in the recreation hall, with a lire in the big fireplace. One ui: the highlights of r riuay night's program was a rugged game called '-Bull-dog". Troop S2 ol Guernsey battled scouts from three districts for the winning score. <$ ' Brothers Has Laid Off 1000 Employes Hollywood, Nov. 13 —(/P)—Warner Brothers has laid off 1.000 em- ployes in recent weeks and the slowdown, says the studio, is expected to last until Jan. 1. The studio declares it has a record backlog of 23 pictures.

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