Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 4, 1948 · Page 4
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Poga Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS IFIED AA* Must Be la Office Dfiy Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Day Days Days Month Words Up to 15 16 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 20 to 30 $1 to 35 U6 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 .45 .GO .75 .SO 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .00 1.20 1.50 1.00 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 l.f>0 2.90 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • An Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Ren* 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- mcnt. Private bath, bills paid. S30 per month. Jack Simpson, Phono ^ 1174-W. 2-H MODERN UNFURNISHED apartment. 322 West Division, . Phone 33G-W. 4-31 NICE FRONT BEDROOM. CLOSE in and private entrance. 1022 South Pine, Phone 3Cii between 8 and 6. 4-31 For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Sec E. M. McWilliams at McWilliarns Seed Store, Hope. Arkansas. 9-lmo SIX COON AND MINK HOUNDsTl squirrel dog. Howell Bailey, Rosston, Arkansas, Route 2. 26-61 AT A BARGAIN, F-12 INTERNA- tion;il Tractor, all attachments. In A-l condition, good rubber. See 11. B. Ellis, 208 Opera Street, Stamps, Arkansas or Phone 194 27-Gt FRYK.RS, BATTERY lI/USErJ. While Rocks. $1.00 each. Phone fJfiR-W. Vernon Osburn, 805 W. 6th Street. 30-Gt NORGE GAS RANGE AND TWO gas heaters. Phone 538-W. ONE 30-31 Real Estate for Sale NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON East Hth street, 100-foot frontage. $200 down, 4 percent GI. loan with 'rnonthly payments of S'!5.45 which includes principal and interest. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, THREE bedrooms, attic fan, floor furnace, .hardwood floors. S170 down. $39.39 monthly, 4% East 15th. GI loan, 321 NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE. 75 by 231 lot, price reduced to $160 down, $30.97 monthly. 4% GI loan, 18th and Elm streets. TWO SPG HOMES, BOTH TWO- story, numbers 305 and ,'{|2, each has four bedrooms, two baths. TWENTY ACRES. SIX-KOOM house, gas and lights, half mile from city limits, south of Hope. 117-ACRE FARM. GOOD FIVE- room house, good barn, good pasture and bottom land, mile and half west of Hope on good gravel road. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estale, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 4-3t Services Offered FLOOR SANDING OR FLOOR finishing. Call Vernon Osborn, 805 West Clh Sticet, Phone 9CG-W. 3-61 Wanted ONE OR TWO PASSENGERS TO California. Phone 483-J, 512 East 3rd Street. 30-31 REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used 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 Frigldaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into o comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" 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 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 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 WlLLiAM M< DUCKETT North Main Street 22, 410 SHOTGUN PRACTI- cally new, also one car radio. Fair Enough By Weorbrook Pogler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. For a long time I have quarreled with the proposition that the horny- handed American working stiff is a very decent fellow and in the long run, a reliable guardian of the sn crod heritage. He docs make an efficient killer in war but he lacks good sense and conscience is eas ily fooled and deceives himself in his empty boast that no Hitler could make a Nazi of him. I cite a case in point. . An election is about to come off in New York in one of the few rcla lively decent unions in the entire United Slates in which two vicious criminals who betrayed the union once before and went to prison are running for their old jobs. This is the second time they have had the gall to put themselves up for clec- at 314 West 3rd Street. 30-3t tion since they got out oTsing Sing _ ' afn( ? fll }p fact is - whatever you make pi it, that they are likely to win by irtnr\rtmtl«ivi.i«4» * 1039 CHEVROLET COUPE, excellent condition. Sec James Smith daytime at Oklahoma Tire & Supply at Night 815 West 6th ' Street. 2 -3t NOW BOOKINGORDERSFOR Coker 100 Wilt resistant, pedigreed Cotton Seed—Croker Wilds Tom Kinscr, Cotton Row. 2-3t 1942 FOHD LOG TRUCK, CHAINS and log equipment. Good tires, Sec Bill Clements, Emmet, Arkansas. Route 1. 2-6t TWO AND white male bird dog. Hunted one season. Watkins Grocery 1 mile _outj3n old G7 highway West. 2-3t GOOD USEDlci Phone 28-W-4. 2-3t WELL CONSTRUCTED SINGLE garage, 12 x 18 feet. Can be easily moved. See or phone James H. Pilkmton. 2-3t BABY BED "sTzE 20 & 52, "AND library table. Both in good condition. Phone 445-J. 2-3t ONE COON, MINK AND SQUIR- rcl dog. Phone 744. 3.31 1947 PLYMOUTH, CLEAN thorughout, approximately 12,000 miles. See Vernon Holliday at the ^J-lopc Steam Laundry. 3.31 BABY BED SIZE~28~X~52, AND library table. Both in good condi- thc popular vole. This concern is the newspaper and mail deliverer's union of New Jork, an independent union about 48 years old which seceded from hc , ^', F ' of L ' lon « Q SO . Only by watchful management within a small group has it survived the dangers of internal corruption and exlernal conquest. It has a father- and-son clause derived from the old guilds of Europe and copied immediately from a guild of diamond cutters who brought their customs from Holland. Only sons of members arc eligible and if a member dies leaving no son who aesircs to pick up his card the opportunity descends by seniority to the first desirous son of a living member. There are about 4,000 mcbmers paying $5 a month and there seems to have been no looting or extravagance in that depart- m r»n t Blevins Teams " Win 2 of 3 at Garland City BloviiiK Senior boys trounced the Garland City five 31 to 13 at Garland City last night. The Garland ^-Hy girls, however, saved some nonoi-s by downing Blovins senior girls 50 to 42. The junior boys (rum Blcvin.s camp through to beat Garland City Id to U). Saturday, December 4, 1948 <$'• Less ported ... sup- the benefit game between the football teams -sponsored by the Lions and Kiwanis clubs at the high school stadium last night but those did came away well pleased that with of the teams and with laughs furnished by halftimc activities. AH proceeds went to the Hope Youth Center and the affair netted several hundred dollars but both Lions and Kiwanis officials were a little disappointed, feeling that the antics at the half and during ! the game were well worth the admission price. Besides that the fans saw a jam- up ball game. It was bruising all the way and running and passing was excellent. Incidentally the Kiwanis club won 6-U by virtue of a last-play pass from Roy Taylor to Dock Porter that netted the lone tally. Taylor ior the Kiwanis and Dean Parsons for the Lions were the standouts. In fact they all played good football. ment. However, W i 1 1 i a m (Buddy) alias, crooks and who _8y Hugh S. Fuller-ton, Jr.. New York, Dec. 4 — (/P)— Army athletic authorities went so far as to ask the football players their opinions of playing a post-season game, this year The result was just what they expected— a decisive "no." . . . Those kids don't want to prolong the season through December, which gives them three "black" weeks on the other side, Georgia Tech's basket- bailers, who had a very pleasant time in the Oklahoma City tournament last season, insisted on the garden this year Bill Alexander told them, "I can get you a garden game, but you'll probably take a licking." And the kids came back: "We don't care. We want to see New York Sportsrnention ' ; The Millrose A.A. track first big event of the New meet, York footracing season, has become so overcrowded that Fred Schmcrlz is asking colleges to send only one relay team apiece i n his indictment of college football President William S. Carlson of the U of Delaware apparently overlooked one thing. A blast at the game is an easier way for an educator name in the papers, new dis- to get his than, say, making some covcry about nuclear fission. Weak End Notes Rumor from the midwest Indiana's new grid coach, Smith, already is running says Clyde into The Kiwanians within scoring dis tion. Phone 445-J. 3-3t LATONIA BOYS BICYCLE IN good condition. Phone 1192 or sec at Willis Me us Store. 4-3t Lost LADIES SMALL RED PURSE with zipper. Containing 55 old and new climes, and other money. This purse belongs to widow with 4 children, who needs money. Reward for return. Iva Mae" Martin, Route 1, Box 28, Buckner, Arkansas. 2-3t POSITIVELY NO HUNTING ON my property. Sections 2,3,4,8,9,10 and 11. All in Garland Township 11, Range 24 West. C. G. Coffee. 3-31 POSITIVELY NO HUNTING ON my property. Jewell Moore. 3-3t WHITE FACE, MULEY HEAD hc-reford heifer, 3 years old. Reward for information or return to Jack Rogers, Hope Route 2, Phone 1199-J-l. 4.31 Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Rcynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 3G9-W City Hall. 4-lmo AVOID HOLIDAY RUSH. STOVE repair, all models, makes and kinds. Any place, any lime. Call "Oscar The Fix-It" in Hope 17 years. T. B. Fen wick Sr., Phone 195-W. 30-31 NO HUNTING ALLOWED ON MY property. Roy Franks. 1-31 LET FOY DO IT « Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut St. 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 119-1-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7(523 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 WANTED - Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Calf 1000 or Contact Office Walsh, which is „. Harry Waltzcr, Iwo „„ WI1U lormerly served as business agents of whom Ihe constitution provides lor two. were convicted in March ' 1943, of extorting $5,000 from the owner of a non-union shop to let him alone. Their duty, for which they got $100 a week and $30 a week expenses, was lo organize Ihe unorganized. Therefore this was a plain case of treason to their union, unforgivable even in penitent traitors. These rogue.-, arc not repentant however. On the contrary, when they got out of prison they went touring the old shops and, to the damage of Ihe old su- persilion that the American worker is a shrewd fellow with honest instincts, the rank and file hailed them as though Ihcy had been off at the war. Last year they ran for their old jobs and Wait/or gol 1055 voles and Walsh and 1254 for Ihe 750 against [1356 winning cancli- cncouraged Ihcy again this year. dates. Thus naturally tried _ D „ _,_,. Ihcy are inveterate bums and racketeers of a common type. Walsh is a thug with a fine sense of discretion. He declined the issue on an occasion remembered in the craft when he found himself in a closed room with Ivan Annenbcrg the son of the late Max Anncnber" a hisloric rough guy of the classical but exaggerated circulation .yars in 'Chicago. The lore of those wars is larded with many routine eviscerations incidental to -he normal social life of a wild .ime in a frontier city. Nevertheless, Ihe lale Max was a lighter ind Ivan, who succeeded him as circulation manager of the New York News, honors his reputation. Ihus the occasion referred, to Ivan closed Ihe door and said to William (Buddy) Walsh: "All right, you dirly (censored), let's you and 'me fight and sec who walks out of the room." This got noised among the .vagoncers bul il is a strange fact that men in robust occupations, ongshorcmen, for example, inlim- datc easily. The Brooklyn water- ront was terrorized for years by a icrnwny co n sumptivc rummy lamed Wild Bill Lovclt and similar bulldozings arc common in .mining centers. In the spring of 134,3, Walsh and wallzcr shook down William Armstrong, the owner of a racing scratch sheet for $5,000 by threal- ening to dump his printing forms and strangle his circulation. In the process Walsh slugged Isidore Armstrong, a vice president of the inn, and when the money was being paid he explained "i only lone that lo soften you up." The pair were nabbed outside a •cslnuranl where the money was lasscd and immediately cried 'bribtry" because the New York aw provides that union racketeers worked the ball lance twice and made one count while the Lions muffed their best chance to score. Penalties were few but regardless Scrub Hosier was dubbed Hie best holder on cither team at the end of Ihe game. Performances of the split band and the "girl" cheerleaders was something lo sec. Playing last night were: Hinlon Davis, Mull Ferguson, Bill Heard, Carl Howell, Fred Robertson, Bill IVloiion, Scrub Hosier, Doc Porter, Ed Aslin, Jack Rust, Bedford Bell, Roy Taylor, Hugh Recce, Freeman Stone, Dean Parsons, J. Hazzard, Chase Stephens, W. Parsons, Vv7l- ton and Clarence Garrett, Ray Turner, Fay Mammons, Sr., Foy Hammons, Jr., Erie Archer, Wallace Cook, Raymond Byors, Wilson Brilt, Perry Campbell, Raymond Robins, Dorscy Fuller, Neal Elder and H. Cumbie. accept bribes arc exempt vho rom Ihe punishmenl provided for ill others who take bribes. It was lecessary therefore to prove exlor- ion and this was done. William 'Armstrong and Iwo corroboraling vitnesses swore thai Walsh and Waltzer boasted that they had absolute control of the union and oulcl guarantee thai Ihey would lot be molested by others tryhu', to xlend the blessings of unionism to Vrm strong's employees. Walsh had one previous arrest or bookmaking. Walt/or had been irrested for clouting a man over he head with a pistol. Both cases vi're- dismissed. However, among irofessionals in the work of detee- ion and prosecution, (here is an in- iornilable. assumption that when such crunks are nailed the proven ffense is not the first one. Walsh md Wultzer had been spending ar beyond their legitinute iin- -•onic before they were trapped. They have never ceased to wail hat the .^.DOO was forced on them is a bribe in some Wall street plot. I'h.e (emulation was described ,is a -rugic. occupational ha/.ard and • heir pas.Mon therefore was teemed to have been suffered in New York, Dec. 4 — W) — Notre Dame and Clemson arc expecled lo encounter little difficulty today in completing an all victorious season as Ihe regular college fool- jail schedules come lo an end. The mighty Irish take on the University ot Southern California Trojans in Los Angeles' Memorial coliseum while Clemson meels The Citadel Bulldogs in Charleston, More than 100,000 arc expecled to watch the Irish and Trojans clash for the 20th time. A Notre Dame triumph will enable the boys from South Bend to finish their third straight season loss. They have won this year. Clemson also will be looking for ; tenth victory of the season. Citadel has won only two out of eight starts and have been blanked in tour of their defeats. At Birmingham, Ala., Auburn and Alabama meet for the first time since 11)07. Auburn has won only one of ninu starts and the Crimson Tide five out of len. Six minor bowl games also are _m lap. Oklahoma Cily U. meets -loledo in the Glass Bowl at Toledo O. Florida A. and M. plays Union (Idchmond, Va..i in the' Orange blossom Bowl at Miami, Fla. Northeastern Oklahoma A. M' takes on Trinidad (Colo.) Jr. Col- alumni trouble. Seems some of the old grads had another candidate and arcn t too enthusiastic about Smitty after a so-so season If these college "bowl" games contuse you, consider this one: In Southern Louisiana two high school games were played recently, one week apart, in towns only about to miles apart. Each town selected two outstanding school teams to, meot in its "classic. . . and each chose the name "Cypress bowl." ' Boy Scout Troop 58 of the Presbyterian Church, of Hope, began repairing the interior of tho Scout Hut, at Hope Fair park, this morning. I ho job was that of replacing thirty-eight window and door glasses. The building has been recently re-roofed, and the new roof painted green. The log structure has been painted brown lo preserve the rustic cficct. Troop 58 is led by Jimmy Miller and John Bagley. The troop cooked supper near the Scout hut in their Thursday night meeting this week. Clifford Franks, district chairman, and J. Arvil Hickman, local field executive visited llic meeting. The troop will continue lo meet each Thursday evening at 7 at the Presbyteram'church, according to the troop leaders. Basketball Results By The Associated Press Last night's scores: East Boston Univ 50 MIT 43 New York AC 61 Fordham 53. Colgate 99 Toronto Univ 30 South Texas CO Louisiana State 45. George Washington 77 Quanitco Marines £jl. Georgia Tech 75 Birmingham without a nine games lege son, in (lu- Salt Bowl at Hutchin- Kas. Hampton Institute and . - i^i-v*,. ±11011 LULU illlU \\Ubcrloi-ce meet in the Fish Bowl at Norfolk, Va. Kmporia Teachers and Southwest Missouri Teachers tangle in tho Mo-Kan Bowl at Kansas City and Kvansville clashes with Missouri Valley in the iterator Bowl at Kvausville, 1! Ind. Last ni^hl V.-indorbilt scored its i\i:ht straight victory a 33-li romp over Miami of Florida. In other games riolins tied Ihe lavorwl University of Richmond snir M 1 r- n ' , in, ,° ' ;,', 'A, n ' '. llL ' ^- H-.) • .,, „, 7 : ", lcl lvlil «»»'». A"'k., 'v' n' 1 ,' 1 ' • et i-n astL ' ni Okl: " 'il W , llbl "' tl) "' • l1 ' 1 - 1 l"J"se Uowl at Oklahoma Fights Lost Night By The Asbociaiecl Press New York •-- Jake LaMotln. Ki4, Nc-w York, outpointed Tommy Yaros/., HH [-'1 IMonaca. Pa. H)' Stockholm -- Olle Tandberg H)!) 'Stockholm, stopped Eugene Koburl |-:M \-2. Belgium, \\. | Seattle -- Bernard DOCU.SOII. Ml! |Kcw Orleans, slopped Buford I!an- •m. 147. Seattle, 10 FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile * Rubber Tils ROY ALLISON Phone 280 By United l.akewood, ,-u ark Press N. J. Archie Oovino 1.. outpointed Irish am, KM, J.,,di CHRISTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monfs Seed Store 56 Kentucky Wes- 48. Southern 45. Murray (Ky) leyan 49. Georgia 70 Clemson Tulane 65 Rice 54. McGuirc (Va) Hospital 20 Duke 18 (Wheelchair exhibition) Midwest Illinois 67 Butler 62. DePaul 70 Chicago Tchrs 28. Oklahoma City 50 Houston Univ Missouri Central CO McKcndrec 40. Omaha 53 Doane 52. Southwest Southern Methodist 57 Texas Tech 45. Far West Utah 02 Idaho 39. Washington 67 Vancouver Clover Leafs 59. UCLA 43 Santa Barara 37 California 50 Santa Clara 40. Wyoming 60 Montana Stale 47 Washington Stale 74 Montana UtJ. Stanford 64 St. Marys (Calif) 59. Oregon State 52 Utah State 38. Nevada 48 Chico (Calif) 35. Colorado A & M (12 Phillips Univ O J. Football By the Associated Press West Texas State 21 Corpus Christ! U. 13. Magnolia (Ark) JC 4 Fastern Oklahoma A and M 12 (Papoose. Bowl) Agusla Military (Va) 5 5 Excelsior Springs (Mo) (Orchid Bowl) Jackson Mich. 1'j si. Louis Grover Cleveland 13 (Exchange Bowl). Quantico Marines Creek Amphibs 0 ft). 18 Little (All-Navy play- By the Associated Press (Eastern Standard Time) Auburn vs. Alabama—N13C 2:43 >. in. from Birmingham. Ala. Notre Dame vs. Southern California—CBS 3:4f) from Los Angeles. Woman Unhurt When Car Dragged by a Train Conway. Dec. 3 farm women was mobile driven by farm women was re today, and Uere today, and —i/l'i— An auto- hit by a train a 29-year-old hit by a train Prescofrl Cage Team Seeking Piescott American Legion team will play the Ouachila College Tigers in the Prescott Gym Monday night, Dec. 6. This promises to be a close game as the Prescott bovs defeated Henderson Rcddies an arch rival of Ouachila. Prescott will be out for a 4th consecutive win. A large crowd is expected trom all surrounding towns'. The Prescott Legion Post solicits your support of their team and believes that all patrons will get their money's worth in thrills. Thursday night, Dec. 9 Magnolia A & M Muleridcrs will visit Prcs- coll for a game with the Lctnoii- aircs. Chicks Pressed to State AA Title Little Rock, Dec. 3 —C/P)—Bly- thevillc's big, favored Chicks won the Arkansas Class AA high school football championship by wearing down the Smackovcr Buckaroos 21-6 in the playoff finals at Wai- Memorial Stadium here last night. A crowd of 6,000 watched Bly- Ihevillc. badly outplayed for all but half a minute of Ihe first three quarters, come lo life for three quick touchdowns after the much smaller Bucks tired. The Chicks passed for Iwo tallies in three minuics and then powered for another on the ground. Two and a half minutes deep in the fourth period Elliott passed to Gentry for another touchdown. This play covered five yards after Blytheville recovered a Buckaroo fumble on the Smackover 30. Halfback R. C. Allen produced BIythevillc's third touchdown on a seven-yard smash through guard. Smackover refused to give up and scored in the closing minutes an 18-yard end run by Bobby Johnson. Until Blythoville began its scoring spree. Smackover held a strong upper hand although outweighed 20 pounds per man. The Bucks ran up 12 first downs to the Chicks' six and outgainccl the winners 222 yards lo 199. Koiser-Frozer Buys the WiUow Run Plant Detroit, Dec. 3 (/Pi.— Kaiser!T razor Corp. announced today it is buying for $15.100,000 the lanious, government-owned former Willow Pain bomber plant. It cost the government $flOO,000,- )00 to build the factory, according to unofficial figures. As lease-holder Kaiser- Frazer las been manufacturing automobiles in the plant since taking oecu- pancv after the war's end. K-F said it is buying the plant 'rom the government on a 20-year nstallmcni plan. Uncle Sam built the mammoth 'actory for the production of B-24, ibcralors in the war. Kaiser-Frazer has occupied it under a 20-year ease. Thpc _ , , oleted in 1942, was operated 'by the great bomber plant, Dark Named Baseball's Rookie of Year By JACK HAND New York, Dec. 4 — (/]') — Alvin Dark, the Boston Braves' talented young shortstop, today was named rookie of the year for 1948 by the Baseball Writers association. The 25-year-old freshman who hit .324 for the pennant-winning Braves won by a comfortable margin. Dark received 27 of the 48 votes by the same writers' committees who selected the most valuable player in each major league. Gene Bcarden, southpaw pitching star of Clcavcland's World Series triumph, was second. He polled eight votes. However, all balloting was done during the last week of the season and thus did not take into consideration World Series performances. In the regular season he won 17 and lost seven. Third honors went to Richie Ashburn hostled Harry Walker, the 1047 National League baiting champ, out of job and hit .330 second only to Stan Musial, the champ. Lou Brissie, Connie Mack's brilliant young lefthander who has to wear a heavy protective brace on his leg as the result o£ battle wounds, lied for fourth place with Bill Goodman of the Boston Red Sox. Each had three votes. It is interesting to note the breakdown on the voting by the writers from the different leagues. In the National it was a landslide for Dark over Ashburn 21-3. In the American the voting was distributed among all five. Beardcn had Dark B, Ashburn 4 and Brissie and Goodman, each 3. The Braves paid Dark $40.000 tor signing as a free agenl in 1940 when he came out of the marines. Before entering service he was a brilliant halfback at Louisiana State. While in the marines he at- tracked even more attention on the football team at Southwestern Louisiana Institute where he was a marine trainee. Dark played 14 games for the Braves in 1946 and was shipped to the Milwaukee farm club in 1947 After hitting .303 for the Brewers, he came up to the Braves to take over the shortstop job last spring He hit in 23 straight games for a .41o steak and moved among the top five hitters. With the help of Second Baseman Eddie Stanley, he steadied down afield and glaycd a good shortstop. He hit lo all fields, banging out 33 doubles and driving in 45 runs in 137 games. oose Oklahoma City, Dec. 4 — (/P) — The nation's post-season football season opened last night when Magnozia. Ark., A. & M. pounded Eastern Oklahoma A. & M. of Wilburton 41-12 in the third annual Papoose Bowl contest here. After feeling out eastern the first quarter, Magnolia moved on the ground for three touchdowns ana picked up three more through Ihe air. Magnolia was just too big and pol- 'shed for the Oklahoma squad Joe Elhridge, Magnolia's 205- pound captain, and Jack stellar Sjott, a passer and punter, toammcd to power Ihe Arkansas te'am before disappointing crowd of 1.001. Ethridgc lallicd once, as did Delwin Ross and Sammy Furo. Scott com- P as sed to Donald Crews for two for Ihe army. II bombers for the ?ord Motor Co. .urnod out ,685 air forces. Ford vacated the properly in the summer of 11)45 after V-E day. Subsequently Kaiscr-Frazer obtained its lease. Kaisor-Fraxer in its purchase an- louncement said il had produced no re than 325,000 automobiles in Ihe plant since June, 1946. counters and to Charles Lamphere fca another. The Muleriders made 12 first downs lo Eastern's seven and ran I'P 201 yards to 01 by rusni^. East crn Jed only in passing, 93 yards Mose Simrns, promol,-- of Hi" bo'.vl which is sponsored by the Wi.-wam Wiso.inc-n of America, said another post-season game will be held next .vear despite the small turnout. Bethlehem Shines on Christmas City Bethlehem, Pa.. Dec. .'{ —(/1'i —The star of Bethlehem whines down again on this Christmas city of the U.S.A." The Un-t'ool star was turned on last night. From its position high above South Mountain it is visible for 15 miles. And with the star, the lights went on again in Bethlernhom. And what lights! There wore seven miles of illumination throu'ghritil Hie main business and residential sections,. There were more than 40.000 lights in (he display. A giant ISO-foot Christmas tree, made ii|; of many smaller trees and 1,200 lights shone brilliantly on tho pjaxa of the nill-to-hill bridge connecting North and Smith Bethlehem. Turning on Ihe shir of Bethlehem and the other displays is an annual rulual to tliis Eastern Pennsylvania city of (iO.OOO which throughout 11 months of tho year is one of the industrial centers of the nation. The star is symbolic of Ihe one that guided the wise men tu Christ's manger in another town named BelhldleJii 1948 ycars am 1 . On Top Radio Programs New York, Dec. 4 — (/l'i— Saturday night list- NBC—7 Hollywood Theater: 8 o in enT ,} Vll A on Joins Hit Parade 8:30 Judy Canova 9:30 Grand Olc Opry. CBS—G: 30 Vaughn Monroe 7 Sing U Again 8 Winner Take All U Hometown Reunion 9:30 Military Ball. • A ? C T (i ;' i0 T °mmy Dorsev Music 7:30 I-amous Jury Trials, new time 8 Gang Busters 8:30 Amaz- '"K M. al one 0 Whiz Quiz Finale r-r o~~'. lwcnt .V Questions 7:30 Life Begins at 00 8:30 Guy Lom?£ , A USIC 9 Chicago Theat Good News." lev Sunday forums- MBS-10.-30 a. m. Reviewing stand How Can We Avoid A Depression?" NbC— 12 noon America United I'armcrs and Labor." tabl? P ' "'• Chic "SO Round'other: Two Convicts Executed in San Quentirc about '2'2~> Williams didn't taken lo the drag dr;, yards. But Mrs. Sybil receive a scratch. She was, however, iiospilal lor shuck. Charles S. Durham, an i ness, said Mrs. Williams' ca un the pillot of the train. Mrs. Williams and her 1 K. P William:,-, of Shady Grove, near Greenbrier, came lo Conway this mi)i;nint;. The woman was a Ion'.. :it tile lime of the accident, which | chah ei'imvd about Jl a. m, Cniuvay railroad slalion. Mrs. Williams, the niollii children, said :-'he did not train. San Qui'inin. (';, Dec. :i —i/l 1 A lea Ira/, p l wo colivicts Iroi sun were executed in San Que: prison today for the slaying o( Alcatra/. guard in an allempl escape. They v, i re Sam Shocktoy. ;{(>. kidnapper iioni (jklaiioma. and !Ui- 31, ,'nurderer of a iVxax. as was lurned on at ley wei'i. 1 pi'oiiu'.i'.iced University Theater, -..,„ „ . el '- s " 4 Jane Pickens >..iO Ozzie and Harriet, guests Bin:' ( nosby and Son Lindsey fi-SU J , h ", "M,, AUce 7 Charlie 'McCar- AM ,, , iem '- v Morgan with Fred Hoidt '' y Mool '° 9:3U Horace CBSH!2:30 Tell It Again, "Lillla Minuter 2 N. Y. Philharmonic Skyway to Stars. Bing Crns- uest .- Humphrey Bogart in ; Gloves" (i Gene Autry 7 •Sam | Spade !! Helen Hayes in "IJuiu Voclory' 1 9 Lum and Auner. ABC—!l:30 a. m. Southernnairos Jl:.-iO Piano Playhouse 1:30 Mr President :j : ;; ( j Opera auditions 111 -J:,iO David Harding finale ti Go J'ur the Mouse 7 Stop the Music o:;>0 '\ladeleinc Carrol in "Lovers 11:00 SiKn-Off a( UK ran Thun'ip.s policeman i The death 10:01 a. m. r !i dead at 10: I:! Shiickley bin a guaru as the aiui slra T'le: 11 i:so! i ha n hi:, I'aee. JUKI bel.ne a. in ned ; d; 'J I i.-eu in leaded and Friends. appeared to be at prayer. There never was n smile from llu-n on. Shockley sat as if in a slupur. IK 1 sho'.ved nu emotion whatever In lhoil!J4(J Alcatra/. prison riotin'i 1 11'.' l'.\o were involved in Hie killiii" ot Guard William A. Miller. Two tmard.-- and three convicts died in that outbreak of violence and marines were c nidlaiol hleelrsul »!• rine.s -.veie called into ihe slru to Sl.bdue Hie lJl'i:.on,.f.s- - wb eiC-n.'ed trujn tht'H cell LA BROADCASTING SYSTEM Hit G:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 10:15 10:30 Saturday p.m., Dec. 4 1:00 Roy Bobbins Orch.—M 2:30 William & Smith College—I 3:00 Pec Woo Hunts Orch.—M 3:30 Charlie Slocum—M 3:45 Decision • Now 4:00 Swing Time 4:30 Proudly We Hail—M 5:00 Take a Number—M -5:30 True or False—M 6:00 News, 5-Slar Final 6:15 Week in Sports 0:30 Robert Hurlcigh—M 6:45 Mel Allen, Sporlscnsl—M 7:00 Twenty Questions—M 7:30 Life Begins at 80—M 8:00 Gabriel Heattcr—M > 8:15 Lanny Ross—M * 8:30 Meet the Boss 9:00 Chicago Theatre of Air—M 10:00 Accent on Youth 10:15 Club Rendezvous 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch —M 10:55 Mulual Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off Sunday a.m., Dec. 5 6:57 Sign On 7:00 Lew White Organ Melodies 7:30 Hymn Time 7:45 Four Knights 8:00 Unity's Gospel Hour « 8:30 Church News of Ihe Air 8:45 Silver Strings 8:55 News, First Edition 9:00 Rock of Ages Broadcast 9:30 Voice of Prophecy—M 10:00 Radio Bibl? Class 10:30 Reviewing Stand—M 11:00 Hope Gospel Tabernacle Sunday p.m., Dec. 5 12:00 William L. Shircr, News—M 12: lo John B. Kennedy—M 12:30 Cole Glee Club 12:50 Saenger Preview 12:55 News, Noon Edition ,/• 1:00 Gospel Hour J 1:30 Music for Sunday 2:00 Sunday Spotlight News 2:05 Key Notes by Carle. 2:15 Guest Star 2:30 Juvenile Jury—M 3:00 House of Mystery—M 4:00 Friday Music Club 4:30 Quick As a Flash—M 5:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 Nick Carter—M 6:00 Sherlock Holmes—M Roy Rogers' Show—M A. L. Alexander—M ,j Under Arrest—M * Secret Mission—M Jimmie Fidler—M 8:45 Twin Views of the News—M 9:00 Voices of Strings—M 9:30 Symphony in Miniature 10:00 William Hillman. News—M The Del Trio—M Larry Clinton's Orch.—M 10:55 Mulual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Monday a.m.. Dec. 6 5:57 Sign On 6:00 Hillbilly Hocdown ** 6:2a Bargain Roundup *• 6:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Four Knights 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:lo Melody Boys 7:30 Devotional Hour—Rev Howard White 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition B:00 Sunrise Serenade Bob Poole's Show—M Arkansas News Roundup Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Say it With Music—M 10:00 Passing Parade—M In''™ X ictor H ' Lindlahr-M 10:3D Gabriel Heatler's Mailbafl —M 10:45 Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kale Smith Speaks-M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Monday p.m., Dec. 6 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time . 12: lo John Daniel Quartet }?'• 30 Melody Mustangs l_:•}(_) Shortest 5 min. in Radio 12:40 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Ozark Valley Folks—M 3:00 Songs of Love 3: la The Johnson Family—M .i:,-/0 14'JO Club 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 U. S. Navy Band 5:00 Adventure Parade—M j 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:4o Tom Mix—M 0:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Final u:JO Henry J. Taylor—M (>:4n Fulton Lewis, Jr —M 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 7:55 Ily Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Hoatter—M :!.-) Mutual Newsreel—M Erskine 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 Alan Holmes' Orch.—M Mulual Nuws—M 9:00 8:30 8:55 9:00 0:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 FOR SALE 8 Kegs 3d 80 Kecjs Id 24 Kegs 4d 33 Kegs 5d 40 Keys 5d 24 Kecjs Ccl 80 Kegs 7d Cement Coated Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails • PRICE — $9.00 per Keg f'.o.O. Hrcscott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS "I*

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