Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 3, 1948 · Page 4
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Poge Poor CLASS! 18 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 . MtoSO. . 15.00 Rates are for'Continuous Insertions Only £rt¥^ A ££ a & liAdTanea For Rent APART- Private bath, bills paid. $30 ?, e ,VS, onth - Jack Simpson, Phone H74-W. 2-lt MODERN FURNISHED APART- rnem, 322 West Division, Phone For Safe Ada Must B« la Offlca Day Before Publication wSSf ol S ne S 11 " 66 SI * One <* — .... D4 | y "If S "TS& ": :S Oo 0 !io° ?a .... .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 ...-1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 ...1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 ...1.35 2.70 4.50 1350 ...1.50 3.00 5.00 ' GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. Mc- Wilhams at McWilliams Seed blorc, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo SIX COON AND MINK HOUNDS squirrel dog. Howell Bailey, Ross- lon, Arkansas, Route 2. 2(i-Gt AT A BARGAIN. F-12 INTEKNA". t lono I Tractor, all attachments. In A-l condition, good rubber See R. B. Ellis, 208 Opera Street, Stamps, Arkansas or Phone 194 27-fit FRYERS. BATTERY RAISED White Rocks. $1.00 each. Phone HfiG-W. Vernon Osburn, 805 W Oth Street. 30 . et Notice SELL AND REPAIR •at TT •,„ , of s °wing machines £• H ; West, 215 North Hnmilton Street, Phono 1226-W., Hone Arkansas, i'lmr, „ 1*1II]C SPECIAL XMAS HATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a y^ear. Order now to avoid the Chas. Reynerson, Phone -'- 369-W City Hall. 4-lmo AVOID HOLIDAY RUSH STOVE" repair all models, makes and kinds. Any place, any time. Call Oscar The Fix-It" in Hope 17 .. T. B. Fcnwick Sr., Phone 30-31 NO HUNTING ALLOWED ON MY property. Roy Franks. i.<jt Lost with zipper. Containing 55 old and new dimes, and other money ^ hls Purse belongs to widow with » children, who needs money Reward for return. Iva Mae Martin, Route 1, Box 28, Buckner Arkansas. ' - NORGK GAS RANGE AND TWO gas healers. Phone 538-W. 30-31 I ONE 22, 410 SHOTGUN PRACrT- caJly n CWi also one car radio. Call at 314 West 3rd Street. 30-3t 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE, excellent condition. See James Smith daytime al Oklahoma Tire °t Supply nt Night 815 West Gth Musial Best in National League By JACK HAND New 1 York, Dec. 2 — r/P)—Stan iviusial. the lean St. Louis Cardinal ipct ,, -(T'Tu" '.',''•'", " '^"-^" * con- sh.gfier who just missed a clean Hick* • ^° th £ d 8 radc ' s M °"et r.,.., •»,-._ „ f . . J , , . . ' t-H- til I IlIClvS U/l nm t-v <T Tt-1,-1 ,,n^t 4 Jl®liJlAilJL5.^ / A R k A N S A S Fulton Negro School Host to Tournament h /, ult ° n Negro school will hold a basketball tournament between teams from Washington, Columbus Pafmos and Fulton starting Friday Dec 3. A parade wi]] be hclc , *• 1'inton prior to the opening game c, ?,J Ic ' h P,° 1 hold, a queen's conl Friday, December, 3, 1948 ,By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr.. sweep of every National League batting honor, today was named Ihe circuit's most valuable player oy a wide margin. Hatting champ at .370, leader A'lth 13!) runs. 230 hits, 131 Street. 2-3t )atted-m. -1C doubles and 18 triples Musial fell short of a perfect •score by one home run. He hit "39 out of the park but Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh and Johnny Mize of ew Vork each smashed 40. As was the case in the American ?agu c where Cleveland's Lou ioiidreau was an casv winner hero was ]_ it i| c question about Murii V *u ctl ,? n in tho vole conduct- lion Th° ?. nsfcb!1 , n Writers assort• lion. The first place vote of a 24- rian committee, as announced bv „, i«''"f S °( " 1C Chic; 'fio Tribune, /as 18 lor Musial, five for Bosf- lon s Johnny Sain and one for Bos- tons fine rookie, Al Dark. cnn?ir U rf y -,f. h °-. award ' whi "' •»«" Snn \\ c jy* h .* baseball's official Hicks winning. The contest was neicl in connection with the lourna- ment. w'e^n ?f¥ ™*W°nex e t lf^.5,. »«•„• - xi A£ mg the'possibilities for Owner p;-ii in.V tn y V" h ,\ s limc oft from coaching the footbal r.i-,,,1^ i:,,« <••„ NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR greed Cotton Seed—Croker Wilds Coker 100 Wilt resistant, pedil loin Kiriser, Cotton Row. 2-3t 1942 FORD~LGG"TRvEKTci\MNS v i?.f, equipment. Good tires, .See Bill Clements, Emmet Ar- _Jkansas. Route 1. ^-Gt TWO YEAR~qLB7LIVER "~AND white male bird dog. Hunted one season. Watkins Grocery, 1 mile out on old C7 highway West 2-3t ,u Phone 28-W-4. By CARL BELL Little Rock, Dec. 3 Iff).— A pro season favorite and a team which s%;=™^,,.,jSSS^^» nnm . . _ u ., , -"-j u i it* i ^ Fio'h~fi,.e< i Ci ?", a poillt bas 's. i.ach f nst placc ballot coi IMCll KPPnnrl nm\r,t n .,: , ' p-irh &c>cond , nine and so on -^..,_, v. wui i 1,3 lit down to one point for a loth place r°" a 2n int . basis - MusinI had School football championship The struggle in War Memorial stadium - pitting Blytheville, the lavorite, against Smackover the ^ r #? orsc -? s «ie No. 1 attract on at Minneap (he ing the football Giants line liv ures some deals will be discussed and concluded dur sessions at a good good Red. right-hand pitcher." savs And we have three good ers. something other clubs so we can trade one, and we hive' el"] -f won't"? 1 b(as rf" PhnVavar t&.™ mt .n? r M:, » e :» I"'*' Tigers Ready for Strong La. Team The Verger High School Tigers went through a lengthy workout yesterday in preparation for their £±, h '" t "-«' ate S!?- 1 * with the Bossier need. Off th a rbrie/7urvcy 1U H appears that the Cubs have n In of spare talent for an eighth place b. of club. . .And if there arc a, ' a, many holes in Smith's deals as there are h ' ' ' One-minute Sports Page c J »? cl f, Pcsck - former Nebraska U loo ball end. is following in his dad's footsteps as a pro wrestler Los Angeles sports writers and oroadacsters will loss a "day" for Kenny Washington when he plays ^^Lfl^^h^ramsVc 8 were the only three' with more points. Sain 174. They 100 or his winning season Brakes into their rst tfELL CONSTRUCTED SINGLE garage, ]2 x 18 feet. Can be easily moved. See or phone James H Pilkmton. 2-31 POSITIVELY NO HUNTING ON my properly. Sections 2,3,4,8,9 10 and 11. All in Garland Township 11, Range 24 West. C. G. Coffer' _ POSITIVELY NO HUNTINGDON my property. Jewell Moore. -8-3t Services Offered FLOOR SANDINcT OR rloOR finishing. Call Vernon Osborn, 805 West Glh Street, Phone 9CG-W 3-Ct The word stevedore comes from the Spanish word estivador meaning packer. BABY BED SIZE 20 & 52, AND library table. Both in good condition. Phone 445-J. 2-31 ONE COON, MINK AND SQUIR- _rcl dog. Phone 744. s. 3t 1.047 PLYMOUTH; cTi TN Uiprughoul, approximately 12,000 miles. See Vernon Hollida __J" 1 °P C steam Laundry. BABY "~ ay at the 3.31 REFRIGERATORS • % e , . U8 for New and Useti 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 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 library table. Both in good'condi- tion. Phone 445-J. 3.31 Wanted ,. Series since the mri «en of 1914. The voting as sual was recorded durin th n not ° rcgular and dd tinr ^'1 • i "«-"-j»_<ii uiiti UJQ Sr'^u^: 1 — 111 W «W Sorlo. Dark, enjoying a brilliant years of maj bal Tho Classes" A." and^B. ^^ tOni ' ght in . Blyiheville's undefeated but once-tied chicks arc favored to win chain s OS ha°v?' ThG ? istrict Three record on a tougher schedule °and will own a 20-pound-per-man weight advantage tv,?r?^5. rs .^j. d . last Sl "? m er that hlcks - a rugged line Pav- in u ing the way for runner R. C ATTcn and providing protection for pass- ng star Jack Elliott, wore the team to beat in the Double A scramble. Blytheville not only Pulled through to the finals of its own classification but was the only 1 ' top honors in 1943 osl and i of Boston, finished Bob 13th al t^ugh his te'am won h'e pe, nant' rj^o P 01 " 1 .standing on 14 rf-S-iG ' " ^"^ basis (first nlnro vntnt- ;., 1. Stan Musial ONE OR TWO PASSENGERS TO Cf'lifornia. Phone 483-J, 512 East 3rd Street. 30-3t Two Players Share Best- of Week Title Little .Rock, Dec. 3 — m — Ar cS^h 8 ^^^o'^giate Conference coaches have named two players to share this year's final -star nf Lei 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 air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 oj 1231-J Nights and Sunday! 119 Edgewood Hope WANTED • PECANS • SCRAP STEEL • CAST IRON • CAR BODIES • JUNK BATTERIES • RADIATORS • ANY KIND OF METAL • BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street the Week year's final title. Star of .Named by coaches in an Associated Press poll were: K°LWW&y>., 0[ '«"Ha back if Mag placc votes St. Louis C18) 2. John Sain Boston (5) 933 I' ^ V "A Dark Bosto » d> 1~74 *. ^id Gordon New York 72 ' 5. Harry Brechccn St. Louis Gl " 7. Ralph Kiner Pittsburgh 5 7. Enos Slaughter St. Louis 55 52 9. Danny Murtaugh Pittsburgh 10. Stan Rojeck Pittsburgh 51. Coach The longest straight-line east- Malno - to CHRJSTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monfs Seed Sfore FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Agphalt Tile • Rubber Tll» ROY ALLISON Phone 280 By CARL LUNDQUIST f New York Dec. 2 (UP) football team didn't win other -His game »nw^.s^»r bd id' nthB JLlf?ht. Q i-nin-1-,* f. ., . 12 thnes'hi ignht ro imeS tWs ' Season two seasons 'his^tea^ 1 h^H Pa h' colors dipped into the dirt the week 0 Geoi^ P ^ 0 coa ^ of ucoi^f< snuer whose L'-linnri -----f qilU fig ht- gained a victory vet en one of the big upsets of •ii — that astounding 21 to the r-J.l?. with Ai-mys a ll-c. Cadets. conquering gave up M; .^tV'sH LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes f L° fw Galena . Cut Vacant Lot* • Alao custom work, HAMMONS TRACTOR CO Phono 1068 8. Walnut 8t FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS PLANT NOW See us for Rose Bushes and Shrubs for fall planting Gentry - Butler Florist* Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver since 6 /<r« l civili: "\ to; >ch at Navy in snifp r ,' em(onibc ''ed was that «-^%Kn a 5?e 0rfl S5^ .er^rf^-^-' to for- feU was that m compiling that tin iSii!I s i?t.^ v "^ : s * nia'^oilliCi'F^^; Smackover was relegated to the also-rans in the pre-season outlook i?° ?. uckar °os did nothing to alter that rating in the first half of the campaign, losing three of their iirst five games. But then they found their stride and have won live straight since. However, the Bucks weren' taken very seriously even when they met Hope, at the time ratec as tne state's top team, for the seventh district crown and a play off berth. They remedied the un derratmg by winning that one 14 0 bmackpver will count' on speed and trickery to offset Blytheville's size The Bucks depend primarily urn h ^. I ?, aJs . sing and bal1 handling of Will Giddings and the running of Jimmy Specrs from the T formh- A crowd of 5,000 is expected to ™\l h L S l^ gg l e '. ««* Playoff thc City Negro High School Bears here reports that his Saturday night. Coach Brooks movie performers jtion. Tigers will use a wide open offensive attack while seeking to defeat the boys from Louisiana. Tickets for the same are on sale. A section of the stands will be reserved for white fans. Walk7rl-alke7~ Player of Year Honors New York, Dec. 3 — (UP) — oak Walker, the Southern Moth odist backfield ace, today was named the football player of the year in a United Press poll of football writers and sports broadcast -H-S from every section of thc na Prescott Legion Team Downs Henderson 56-40 OH n PT1 ' esc . ot Legionaires defeat od the Henderson State Teachers College team of Arkadelphin 58 fo 49 at Prescott last night. E. Ward of Prescott was high "point with 2C followed by Adams of Henderson w:ui i/i and B. Ward of Pr^ u ™(( while he pitches unstudied . j T .. -«*- f-'J L<_ Ji(_ J iS UlIC of the high spots of the 1948 World acnes picture . . While S™..^f^? 1 ??" ] Promoters w- gB f' ng ^ J - ah ' S Arnolcl Ferrin Winter. Minneapolis Lakers o owner, assigned Mrs. Ji m Poiu r d to entertain Mrs. Ferrin with dinners tt 0 ^ak^s._^_ Arnie "^ wl* Dept. Of Incredible Frankness ,., Lon Darling, who resigned Wednesday as coach of the Osh kosh, Wis National Basketball League club, explained 1 that his material was the best in years he was disappointed with the club's showing and he blamed his own coaching for it. . . .If he hadn't - the new •uu.uuu stadium. _. Blytheville advanced to the finals with a 7-0 decision over Russellville, while Smackover beat Van Buren 21-7. The semi-final games carded for tonight in other divisions arc- Class A Paragould vs Warren at Pine Waldron at Benton. CHiss id Dermott at Pocahontas. Lake Village vs West Memphis at Forrest City. ose .Oklahoma City, Dec. 3—(ffl—Ju- nior col ego teams from Arkansas "ul Oklahoma clash here tonight .,, l ,, u \.. thi<rcl annual Papoose Bowl! at latt stadium. Eastern Oklahoma A & M of Wil »!"'i 10 ;/' , wh !.1 h !"»« won six, lost on, .. , ,.7 , "• * - -J- 1 nt- Jiuuil I quit, he likely would hqve been impeached by the coaches' guild for such a statement The all-around star of the Southwest conference champions received the votes of 101 of the 280 persons participating in the poll. At the same time he was named back of the year, receiving 139 out of cast in lhat po]) 294 Walker a junior who still has an- Both th ball te the Lions and Kiwanis foot- eams are anxiously awaiting kick-off time which ' anxiously await- is set for 8 or o'clock tonight in the High School Stadium in a gamc being played Center ° E th ° H ° PC T ' 10 worked out at the , , * iv\.i.i vjui it L IIIO high school stadium last night and arc reported in good shape. Both squads boast a heavy apereealinn of former high school and college stars. Ihe Kiwanians average 186'<, . age <, pounds per man while the Lions man ° S I)ounds A downtown parade is scheduled lor '1 o clock and advance ticket sales asc underway. Tickets may be purchased at Jacks Newsstand Cox s Drug Store, Byers Drup Store, Ward & Son, Crescent Drue Store , Store and from membe rs of the BROADCASTING SYSTEM Friday p.m., Dec. 3 5:00 Adventure Parade— M 5:15 Superman — M 5:30 Captain Midnight— M 5:45 Tom Mix— M G:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Edit'^n 6:25 Today in Sports 0:30 Henry J. Taylor— M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 Great Scenes from Grea- 1 Plays— M 7:30 Leave it to the Girls— M 7:55 Hy Gardner— M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter— M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel — M 8.: 30 Yours for a Song— M 8:55 Bill Henry, News— M 9:00 9:30 Meet the Press— M Piano Orch.— M e Youth Center either at the hi«h estrsss'li 8 -.''^— year and the back of thc year honors. Second to him both polls came Char es (Choo Choo) Justice of Worth Carolina. Justice received 50 votes as back of the year, 37 as player of 1948. Among others who received votes in the player of the year poll were Johnny Ranch, Georgia back- and Bobby Gage, Clemson back' two each: Jack Cloud. Wiliam & Mary back; Bill Healy, Georgia S ?"2 r f : . PS 01 * 0 Foolc. Missis sippi end and Clyde Scott,' Ark sas back, one each. . In the back of the year category j some others who received votes Iwere Ranch and Scott, three each- Gage and Eddie Price of Tulane one each. to Have Best Lineman Back By TED MEIER New York, Dec. 2 —(XP)— Coach Earl (Red) Blaik won't have so many worries when he starts build- ln lr A ,™y' s football l^ne next year •fr in i *^««- i n_ j-i. i, >CU1, Hell have big Bill Kellum back. Kellum, rangy end with a knack lor coming through in the clutches sometimes looks like a whole line nmself. For his feats in the Army-Navy games last Saturday the six-foot- hree junior flankman from Haynes- •illc, La. yesterday was named he Associated Press lineman of the week—the last such selection ^t the season. After Navy had stepped off to a -0 lead, Kellum stopped another 'oalward march by the middies in he second period when he nailed Vreaves Baysinger for a nine-yard oss. At the time Navy was on the irmy 12 and knocking on touch- own door. In the third Kellum blocked a vlavy punt and Army took over on he Navy 38. He was a bulwark n defense throughout the day .Ihe Army end has serious oppo- ition lor the week's line honors •om Ernie Stautner, Boston college ackle, and Lavern Toreovsnn Billy Conn f-o Get Another Title Crack Chicago, Dec. 3 — (UP)—-Bilh Conn, a pint-sized heavyweight Who found kingsize Joe "" much the king in two , Jlcvluub peelings, will be levelling for an other shot at the heavyweight bov- ]"fi championship when he meets the Brown Bomber in a six exhibition 'match Dec 10 He said that today, anxious for e'sf c\ e o r wn C aOCe at b ° Xing ' S gret "I will be in there pitching, giving everv <u; — "--' T • fa that I have to out a if I can knock him m or knock him out, I'm going to_ try and do that," Co said. _ h be your last ; a better fight than the last time we met," se went on. ,,h lu St tlme was in Ju "C, 1946, ; Vnhc r,J?u e P° st r? 1 ' Conn suffered Joe, also postwar fighter. In their ii'st ma ch n June 194 i, C onn outboxed ™ ouis ill. the way and had the heavy Weight crown nn hi> tm^,^ —*:, , weight crown on his head until he ecided to m,x it up. It ended with i 13th round knockout for Lo Conn has been training for nnrl-if fn». .1 ..:__ . -. . .. oc of them, C ; ,iif 0 / me and Army still 11 - Cornell wound u as chnm - was totally unfamiliar u.ti, e rnosphere of defeat in which h ound himself. For two '" e . e led the Kansas Jayhawkers to eo-championship of the Big Seven '" '"d smashing fullback urn! tied one. is the host team ine- guest .squad. Magnolia <\rl; ansas junior college, is rated at The Magnolia Mule Riders arrived m * a "He-touchdown favorite The Magnolia Mulell IRider arrh'.d here last night and held a ]j4 workout. They arc co-champions in the Arkansas Intercollegiate rv.,, i a 7 and 2 re con game, starting ; buttle between backfields—Ma»no na s bammy Kuro against E-ist ern s Bonnie Funderberi' n'.m pound scatbuck. Prob;iblc lineups: underberg, |MO REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant ,i u l '• i -' !(i:is 'Phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 WANTED - Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Coll 1000 or Contact OHice .'braska he was key man as the LornhuskL-rs rang up three slrai,, nl conference championships' MU " UU NolhiiiB thatt ever happ l . ne d to M" , tball stirred him so mucii is JNavy's performance acainst •U'iny. In the dressing room after ;. 1 . t f,,. Ka " I V l eurii s 'reamt>d fruni liis -.vc., and he wasn't the K-asl bit isliamed of them. As his players hoisted him to UK-ir ihutildc.'i-s he came to ro-,1 atop a uniform trunk and lifted his arms as il u, ; , u , asl .._•• .. U) ^ coaclu^"' Ka " e ° f " le " J l ' W1 ' Sixteen Reported Killed in German Air Accident Magnolia McLean .. Womac llootc'ii ... Brinson Burton Burton .... Watson .... Furo Kthridge Cruws .... ^os- Eastern , •;• -i Rounsavillc Lett End •"lr"fi""T- ,•'," Puckou Lett Tackle Left'Guard "^ Littrell • _;•. •; Minor night Guard "•; • '...File Riglit Tackle •• -• . , Armstrong Hight End Quarterback Dutton Half Right Ilaif f'tiiiderberg Gladden Lavern Torgerson, Vashmgton State center. Other linemen nominated were 1 Ends—Lprendo, Georgia- Poole Mississippi; Haggerty, William and Mary; O'Quinn, Wake Forest 1 ackles—Hutchinson, Chattanoo- Guards—Healy, Georgia Tech, Henry, Army; Musser, North Carolina State. with iis. two a six-round exhibition. months for a more determined appro'aeh m n 'i IMV\ rrl r-, r, r, , „ j -i ,1 * «-«%-'» meaningless match than a lighter ever tried. to a any other Golf League Selects New President Dunedin, Fin., Dec. 3 — (/P) — Ihe Professional Golfers As«ocia- tion ol America has a new prc-si dent m Joe Novak, but no change likely m the policies under which tne PGA prospered during the scv en-year regime of Ed Dudley Novak has been PGA secretary under Dudley for three years Novak, 50-year-old pro at the Bel Air-club in Los Angeles for 21 years, won with ease over Horton hmith, Detroit pro, in yesterday's election. Bill Witherspoon of Tulsa, Okla vr.s reelected treasurer without on position. l The PGA took another step in its I'ogram to encourage vou/iL'cr In an attempt to bolster defensive strength both coaches have made additions to their dofonsi"c setups. Coach Hammons added today to his roster Leo Robins, 235- pound veteran lineman, Claud Lauterbach who tips the scales at 230 and Lorenzo Tale, former police chiet. who weighs in at 240 To ofrset this added advantage Coach Lawrence Martin announced that Thomas Lavin, former Kiwan- lan now in Texas, who weighs 330 pounds would sec considerable action on defense. He has also added Doc Thompson and Jim Emory who weigh 220 and 240 pounds res- The Lions Club announced today that Charles Wylie, Brack Schcnck. W. C. Gentry, and Bob JJamels would be in full costume as their cheer leaders while Rae Luck will perform as Drum major Lions rooters and supporters arc requested to sit on the east side of the field. The Kiwanis halftime activities are being kept well under cover and Charles Tarpley and Ed Morris who are in charge of arran«c- ments could not be reached for a statement. Kiwanis backers will sit in the west stands. Proceeds from thc concessions at tonight's game will also go to the Youth Center. An overflowing crowd is expected. Starting lineups: Kiwanis Mutt Ferguson . Bill Heard Carl Howell Fred Robertson Bill Morton Scrub Mosier .. Doc Porter Eel Aslin Jack Rust Sedford Bell Roy Taylor Lions 10:00 AH the News—M 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch.—M 0:30 Alvino Hays Orch.—M 0:55 Mutual News—M 1:00 Sign Off Saturday a.m., Dec. 4 5:57 Sign On R:00 Hillbilly Hoedown 6:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Melody Boys 7:30 Thc Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock ews ' e Cup Edition Hugh Recce Freeman Stone '. Dean Parsons ... rlazzard or Stephens Parsons Wt. . 180 210 190 .. 175 . 190 230 165 180 190 . 180 Wt. 165 . 220 190 .. 180 . 180 . ISO ICO 220 170 ...190 195 Pos. RE RT RG C LG LT LE QB RH LH FB Pos. RE RT RG C LG 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:45 Airlane Melodies 9:00 Ozark Valley Folks—M 9:30 Alberl_L. Warner—M 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 Saturday p.m., Dec. 4 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Farm Agent 12:30 Melody Mustangs 12:40 Shortest 5 rnin. in Radio . ? lue Bai ' ron Presents— M Movie Matinee — M Riders of the Purple Sage Lionel Hampton Show— M Campus Salute— M 12:45 1:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:30 Proudly We Hail—M 5:00 Take a Number—M 5:30 True or False—M 6:00 News, 5-Star Final 6:15 Week in Sports 6:30 Robert Hurleigh—M 6:45 Mel Allen, Sportscasf- 7:00 Twenty Questions—M 7:30 Life Begins at 80—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Lanny Ross—M 8:30 Meet the Boss in nn 9 hica g° Theatre of Air- 10:00 Accent on Youth 10:15 Club Rendezvous 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch.—M iSioo S u off Rcports the Ncws . Meet the Band Roy Robbins Orch — M William & Smith College— M Pee Wee Hunts Orch.— M Charlie Siocum— M Decision Now Swing Time M M QB RH LTI FB T v, r , Trainmen Fullback Last Night By The Associated Press 1KO U 1»0, lie City — Dusty Wilker'-on ,.,„ . ' 1) !, : . ! , dl -; 1 l jhi; V "Utpiinted G"ene >iivx. 200 Camden, N. ,1 f! \\nlu-s-Bariv, Pa. — ' " -•d Arrow, J(j; I3i.-rliii, Dec. |J—i truin i-ra.shL-d into >f Hi-rlin today, killiay Ki'cjerurm ' uid iiijurin;; 15 otlR'rs'. ' SeVfu of tli,.. injured weiv in sor- ous (.-ondition. German r-.iiviv Headquarters said. ' The local was .standing i n K'll :en.see ituuon when tlie passen-i-r rum, ruiiiiiiit; through a signal Jjowed into it. Four cars were de •iiiK-ci, uvo of them S m at h >lJlinU'rs. Railway UL, og or poor lij'jHin:; -ausi-ct llic accident." Brooklyn. 10. By United Dick t'i A co -. Okiaiiunia C'itv Press encourage younger i yt rl'A A""? , l , op ilmu t<-urs lo enter He PGA fold when it opened its membership to golfers who are tournament players only. Heretofore By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Editor -- 2 —i/P)—The Arncr Medical Association an- nnn c y )at ll is co "ecting ,uuu irom American doctors lund to oppose any government controlled health program Tins action was taken at a secret session yesterday from which ""- Piess was excluded The M. A. assessed $25 against p-n-h of its 140,000 members loday's statement said the action was taken after the A. M A sU'iid against socialized medicine and any form of compulsory ic ? ness insurance was re-affirmed ,., slatenient named the recent istralpr Oscar Ewing as an exam- P^ o^objcclionable compulsory in The Ewinfi report to President iruinan called for a compulsory Piogram and said thai 325000 Americans die each year for want of adequate medical care. It said about 40 percent of the states' eoun- Wilton Garrctt Ray Turner -'oy Hammons Sr 'iarly Archer ?oy Hammons Jr. Clarence Garrett Averages: Kiwanis: Team—18G 1 -'.; Line — 91'.L-, Backs—181 U. Coaches: Law- •enco Martin. Nolan Tollett. Waerboy: Charles Spraggins, Asst. Waterboy: Syd McMath; Physician —Prank iDoci Douglas Lions: Team—188, Line— 183'.'Backs—193',. Coach— Fov Hammons Sr. Waterboy: Ho/ Anderson; Physician: Doc Brannon. Negro Actor Is Arrested on White Slavery Charge Kansas City, Kas., Dec. 2 — (/P)— Hex Ingram 53-year-old Negro on" 8 " T', fil 'V actor was i'ldit-'ted hv N . i ° , slavcr - v '-'lia'-Se today by a iederal grand jury . Indgram was charged 'with liav- ng induced a 15yoar-old white girl, Miss Jeannelto Ann Hugcs of Sahna Kas., to travel from her home lo New York City for the unlawful purpose of persuading her to indulge ,n an illicit relationship Lester Luther, U. S. district attorney said Mrs. Hughes went to New York last September 17 ->< Top Radio Programs New York, Dec 3 — (ff>) — Turing tonight: NBC - 7 Paul LaValle: 7:30 ?t'™ m £ P l ""'iite 8 Eddie Cantor; •i.30 Red Skellon 9:30 Primo Carnera and Bill Stern. : CBS — Jack Carson: 7'30 Mr ?.£V J ,?. ne Ac ' e : l<! Lucille Ball in Ihc Big Street;" 9:30 Spike Jones i i i 0 V U G, ABC — G:30 Lone Ranger 7:30 •Tins s FBI; Break the Bank- 9 Y^o" S lkC Laniolta VlS Tommy MBS — 7 Great Scenes "The Deveil and Daniel Webster-' Yourr '-- - -Os P ~.^.»-.i u, m uiiniei weuslcr; 8'30 "•ours for a on; 0 Meet the Press Oscar Kwing; 9:30 Philadelphia Piano orchestra. Saturday programs- no^s BS ~ 8 : '' m ' Mind Your Man - ( - B ? ~ f a. m. Connie Desmond running Red Barber's CH,bh™ toiicf ~ a ' '"• Abbott ancl Cos - MBS — 10 a. m. Movie Matinee. eptember 17 ingram s request, and Baseball By (he Associated Press Last night's scores East New York Univ 07; Baylor 47 •M. Johns (Bkni G7: Tennessee 45 h-ill'^SS 9G ' r '' ranklin ancl Mar- South ri] North Carolina (J8 Lonoir Rhunc Midwest 44. Kansas State S SO; Phillips Univ. at remained Named Head of Named ead of 4 K -i i i tl l *- J liailH'Q there with the actor for three days Ihe couple, he said, was registered ". <i hotel as man and wife Ihe actor also was indicted on .•o charges o mailing indecent , L ' aU ' 1C1 ' based «" letters Inm-arn conservator, of health and the a vantage of the American s.vste 2! and 23 after hei New York. Miss Hught's was brought here to testify from the Kansas S ate Girls industrial school at Beloit \Miere she has been confined as a "n is at liberty on a 82,500 m <--u to critics said may Juivc San Jui- N. J., Vork. ,. ... o° •"" Jrvin Stot;n, H^ han Dioyo stopped Tollo iSonur'a' Aidit.ru;:, 137 Sonura, Mexico, 10. la^F-^V^v.r ;\1 S ~ And> ' Bib;ho l' ^lly^f^l; Minniapoft'opped Don Jackson, 177, Milwaukee 4 Lewiston Me. — Jiminie Dinar ^^ lo0 ',S erl1 "; N -. "v and Miko . H9, Manch ester, N. H., tion. They are Bernie Bierman Minnesota second vice president Charles (Bud) Wilkinson of of ! throu.houHhe 'cou.Ury JT""™- \ &* -^ *^ care insurance can .e economic prob- administrators, coaches "anjt!, nd instructors. Sai-vey Harmsii. Rutgers grid vuui.n. becomes president of the association January 1. The yroup claims some 2,300 members -- t ---~..,^ Vi Uil t uui here government has seized uon- uol of medical care has been progressive deterioration of the stand ards of that care to the serious idttimient of the sick and needy. I Compulsory sickness insurance pany. The company would sell doctor and hospital insurance in one ^^,,, t ^ ou ^,,^ ist " 1 g Blue .—, --• -^*-c,-- i-.i.*, Lrcss and Blue Shield insurance, said. units, he Ilh d nH la ^ at f 73; H "»tington 39. c u "& sto a c To fMac ° mb) cn; , or-^o 1 1!;;^ lo ate G3; Wcstcrn Co1 "' ei Springfield (Moi Tchrs 57; Bak .Evansville 72; Southeast Missou- Soulhwcst Far'\Ves? il01 ' ^ N wcMcxl co 37. 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