Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 6, 1948 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Pdge Four up 10 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 81 to 33 86 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 Op.toJS .~~V45' ... .60 .. .75 ... .90 ..1.05 Office Three Six One Days Days Month .90 1.50 4.50 1.20 2.90 6.00 1.50 2.50 7.50 1.80 3.00 9.00 2.10 3.50 10.50 2.40 4.00 12.00 2.70 4.50 13.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 1 50 ... *..»u u.wu k/.uu Rates_.are for Continuous • AH ,„ " Inse rtions Only I £ H m a , nt Ads Cas h in Advance _• Not Taken Over the Phono ; For Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- Went. Private bath, bills paid $30 ?f-T,'S, oath - Jack Simpson, Phone 1174-W. 2-lt M O D E : R N UNFURNISHED apartment, 322 West Division, Phone 3,36-W. 4-3t For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M Me- Williams at McWilliams Seed Hope, Arkansas. 9-1 mo SIX COON AND squirrel dog. Howell Bailey, Ross- . ton, Arkansas, Route 2. 2f>-fit AT A BARGAIN, F-l 2~INTET?NA~ tiona! Tractor, all attachments;. In A-l condition, good rubber. See R. B. Ellis, 208 Opera Street, btamps, Arkansas or Ph6ne 194 27-Gt FRYERS, BATTERY RAISED. ' . oach ' phone orrw w- ' 1I6G-W, Vernon Osburn, 805 W. Gth Street. 30-Gt .NORGE GAS RANGE AND TWO NICE FRONT BEDROOM~CLOSE ' _j as _ hcat( -' r £-J'j°!' 0 538 1^- 30-31 '^uf^mtptne'^^tweef I ' °^,?L «!° SHOTGUN piA^rT- and 0.. 4.3 3~UNFURNi5?rerir~ROolvT¥" FOR rent. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street.:.; i Middlebrooks Grocery. C07. Phone G-3t Real Estate for Sale . NEW RIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON East 14th street, 100-foot frontage . $200 down, 4 percent GI loan with monthly payments of $45.45 which includes principal and interest. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, THREE bedrooms, attic fan, floor furn- • ace, hardwood floors, $170 down $39.39; monthly, 4% GI loan, 321 East 15th. NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE. 75 by 231 lot, price reduced to $16,0 down, $36.07 monthly, 4% GI loan, 18th and Elm streets. TWO SPG HOMES, BOTH TWO• story,,numbers 305 and 312, each ' Has four bedrooms, two baths. TWENTY ACRES, SIX-ROOM house,; gas and lights, half mile from ctty limits, south of Hope. 117-ACR-E FARM. GOOD FIVE- room house, good barn, good pasture and bottom land, mile and •naif west of Hope on good gravel road. FOSTER-ELLIS Heal Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East" Second Phone 221 4-3t i Services Offered cally new also one car radio. Call at 314 West 3rd Street. 30-3t Michigan State Trying to Gel- Info Big 9 Chicago, Dec. 0 —fUP)— Michigan s chance to get into the Western conference this year depends largely on whether the conference cares to expand, a United Press survey indicated today. Faculty representatives and athletic directors found the conference agreed generally they had ol ? ocUons to Michigan rnost . T rc Mot convinced JL?JJL_ SirAR ' HOPE, ARKANSAS n v, i . R;» T le;lguo shouki "ig Ten again. . the . . . The conference will open its an- ntcr mooJing here , Friday ' ull y '•oprcsMitDliv- probnbly will " act otic director said, "and the ' " '' 10 a sch ,T , 0 aml an in ual school but rather if the league should return to the old Big Ten » 1939 CHEVROLET COUPF excellent condition. See James smith daytime at Oklahoma Tire & oupply at Night 815 West Gth otl'OCti p Of N °W BOOKING ORDERS FOR Cokcr 100 Wilt resistant, pedigreed Cotton Seed—Crokcr Wilds _ JomjOnsor, Cotton Row. 2-3t 3942 FORDTOG~TRUC"K, CHAINS and log equipment. Good tires, See Bill Clements, Emmet, Arkansas. Route 1. 2-6t TWp~YEAiroi3rETvER AND white male bird dog. Hunted one season. Watldns Grocery, 1 mile out on old G7 highway West. 2-3t Informal Deals Humming in Minor Leagues .Minneapolis, Dec. G — i Michigan About Only Unbeaten Football Team Monday, December 6, 1940 By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr. New York, Dec. G South- New York, Doc. 0 -W)-Since television is one subject that will be somewhat hotter than the weather (br-r-r-r) at this week's minor league baseball meetings in Mmeapolis, those remarks from a big league executive with more g interest in the subject some interst: "I think 12-game victory streak i ? n- f y n' erc ' w '«nalo ir. securing a deadlock, scoring the lying marker in the last minute of play" r "2™ s °n> Ti R. e '-s. Southern'con'- The Fn,.n« W -•>->•-'•>• ..'uuunji-ii COI1 CUidM £ riT PIOnS ; ""shod The Citadel, 20-0 to wind up the season .with 10 wins in as many starts. The unbeaten-untied finalists: Ton games California, pts., 277 o. p no Clemson, Ots, 2f>0 o p 53 Sul Ross (Texas) pts.', 431 o. p,, Nine games Michigan, pts., 252 o. p. ,44. permission .honid not be given'Thi^sim^ - hntiio.ihr, sfa* wi " bc teleWsion 1:1 11 f*.r c.- fi-in ( \i ;,^ ~ _ i . . .. "" of," ball or smething else. A know baseball is the best attraction video is the best possible can offer, but I bdiovo television people a're "enter- prisms .enough to substitute show* •4 ,. .. -- ows interesting enough to hold plenty of attention. Baseball would iSse si °nal competition.' 19. Bloomsburg, pa., pts., l!>5 o. p., Hoidelbcra, pts., 209 o. p 26 Eight games x-Missouri Valley, pts., 309 o p Nn<inn tf i a " nunl convention' of^he Rational Association of Pro/es- °' sional leagues. the conversation a"s they 1 Wosl Lib orty (W. Va.) pts., 134 *-!>-, >~>.-.i.. _^tr t - '^. I). *1O * " * Alma, pts., 224 o. p. 34. Occidental, pts., 184 op. 32 Denison. pts.. 277 o. p. 5] ' Seven Games Michigan .Tech pts., 209 o. p 59 X-Missnnri Vi.lin,, , ,* . . Along with the formal session of association several 'leagues 2-3t WELL CONSTRUCTED SINGLE garage, 12 x 18 feet. Can be easily m -n V -< Soc or Phone James H Pilkmton. 2-3t BABY BED^ZE~lo~ir52T~ANi5 library table. Both in good condition. Phone . 445-J. 2-3t ONE COON. MINK AND SQUIR- rol rlnrr PK^,,,» ".A* *• „ „. rel dog. Phone 744. 1947 3-3t PLYMOUTH, CLEAN thorughout, approximately 12 000 miles. See Vernon Holliclay at 'the Steam Laundry. 3.31 FLOOR-.SANDING OR FLOOR finishing. Call Vernon Osborn 80, r -th Street, Phono . 9G6-W ; 3-6- Wanted ONE OR TWO PASSENGERS TO ' California. Phone 483-J, 512 East 3rd Street. 30-31 Salesman Wanted MAN WANTED FOR 1500 FAMILY Rawleigh business. In City of Hope or next county. Permanent U yov-are a hustler. Write Raw- •leigh's:Dept. AKL-G41-123, Memphis, Tenn. Q. ^ 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 ,air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 1 °r,! 23 ,h j Nlshts and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope BABY ibrary table. Both in good condition, Phone 'M5-J. 3.31 .ATONIA BOYS BICYCLE IN SpojJ condition. Phono 1192 or see at Willis Mens Store. 4.31 conducted meeiings' to" clear up tion nnrt /"^ 4sum mcr's compcti- b" 1 fo^d d ?r&r C ' M i0 later m the week. . Television and the bonus sessions onus ques- m °» aPl^arcd to be about the top matters that will be discussed at t1 in,, ion floor. Reports not on the con- league games i of V ' • 111 1.4 J Ul Hi tne east had hurt inri > """"tianro •i' d that some of the smaller follows were seeking the ban-in 0 .V king the barring of . x-Missouri Valley was beaten Saturday. 13-7 by Evansville, In! Bowl'to game winning . se both the people diverted to their clovision sets and also would lose the promotional value of constant advertising of their product " Guess He's Okay In addition to Satchel Paige and : '' thc Indi »»« may have ' third Negro player On their . • • - * — j •-•" er spring training roster, and if you can believe a 1 you hear, he's quite n fiuy. The player, third baseman , baseman, Oresto Minoso, left the New York (Ohio) I, " bans the ° nd of the Cam, T . In eleven games he hit .475 knocked two homers and stole second, third and home once in one Dot's All Brothers Marcus Freiberger,; . six . foot - ,nri \ . basketball suad has three older brothers . New York, Doc. G — UP) •— Mich Jgan might well bo the only ma?or college football team to • ,,,u • ---r. -•••" VMUCI uroiners who also played basketball. They all were little guys, only 6-8. Before each season. George BP.'IT^ 7-Tnlnc- +~n- ,-• & the night televising of games J he convention, expecte their expected to 'defeat season commitment's "Their" is safe. end Friday will Major league officia, s ^,1 head 1o,- V C ^a^^ their own meeting, set for Dec. 13- Losf LADIES SMALL • RED PURSE with zipper. Containing 55 old and new dimes, and other money fins purse belongs to widow with 4 children, who needs money Reward for return. Iva Mae Martin, Route 1, Box 28, Buckner Arkansas. 2 3t Sovold, Woodcock Bafth for Rjghf to Meet Louis his -v™ iA l - o You All-Americans have just as good a chance to make this team as the other players." Hog Cqgers to Play in the Garden Fayettcville, Dec. 6 — (/P) —Uni- versity'of Arkansas baskctors were to leave today on an eastern tour Which promises them little chance to improve their won-lost record The Roorbacks, beaten in two'of the season, will take on three of the nation's top quintets in ihn next seven days. They'll moot Long island university, coached by the famous Clair Bee. in New York's Madison Square Garden Thursday night Then they'll go to Buffalo io* a Saturday night engagement with Boudreou Is Recovering From Operation Cleveland, Dec. G — (/P)— Manager Lou Boudrcau of. the Cleveland Indians is recovering from a minor operation that removed a blood clot from his right side i f TV/T °P. crati0 ' 1 was performed last Monday, the Tribe's front office said today, in Houdreau's home town at Harvey 111., to clear up an injury he received in a collision with Gil Goan durinp a game with the Washington Senators Aug powerful Canis ais. On the way ears stunned by a M-14 draw with derclog Southern California nnlv °n ?- lf ° St . tl "' n of ev ents leave only California and Clemson he sides Michigan, still wit™ ° the POSITIVELY NO HUNTING ON my property. Sections 2,3,4 8910 and 11. Ail in Garland Town'sHip 11, Range 24 West. C. .G. Coffee 3-3t POSITIVELY" NO HUNTING ON ™X_ property. Jewell Moore. 3-3t WI-WTi^A~GEr"MULEY~ HEAD heretord heifer, 3 years old Keward for information or return Ph^e^litelf' H ° PC RoUte Jt League Leaders Louis they will weigh TI <• ,V EGAL NOTICE Nn j f ° llowin K described plot or land and small house is offered 6 y the olum b»s Sc District No Aricans°as olum b»s Schoo Coun ' Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W - H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope Ar- 1-lmo SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the m,"*: Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 380-W City Hall. 4-lmo the Southwest Quarter of Section mf" 1 ^ 1 ^ ( n 2 ^' Township Eleven ML), itange Twenty -si (2(3) SSint'of point of no ing on the West side One god Northwestern in thp^ T? l! ^ Bowl at Pasadena. Clemson meet! mnneru 1 ' in^ SCVe " conference 0 Utiin n •KT , r» *•***» n vj.i_ciuiiJUK. i. Notre Dame behnid 7-14' -ist Bill Gay .-' " - turned a kickoff 67 California 21 :-min- to !^^H™^~^.only)o.a5 Steve kicked the vital extra poin Clemson finished its repiila mbling The C CH point . ".northerly direction 111001 ? , and One-Half n . , ° a stake - thence in '*" easterly direction Ninety-three (93) yards to a stake, and thence in a southerly direction O'7or er on thn championshp. S ° Uthorn Two longtime Alabama feudists vho were on the outs for 41 VP,,^ finally got together again with Al aba h A1 ' routing Auburn, 55-0. Fred Wendt scored downs as Texas Mines University of Hawaii i, Seven bowl six won ' touch- AVOID HOLIDAY RUSH. STOVE repair, all models, makes and kinds. Any place, any time. Call Oscar The Fix-It" in Hope 17 ' Fcnwi <* Sr., Phone oO*3t property. Roy Franks. ALLOWE ON MY 1-St 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 REFRIGERATORS " R e e e fri UgSe rI? 0rrsNeW a " d Used • 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 223 East 3rd St. Phone 81 c ,,,.i '• , pors . on interested in buying fnri Ccs V rlbcd Property should sS •ot n C fby ? C ; a]ecl bki to thc s °c let uy of said school board, Guy 704R S ', u in < ?,n beforo December 20 1948, at 10:00 a. m.. The bids will be opened for public: inspection '( d-itn hv"\K lIS Sc ' 1001 °» the above «M, i •? , sch ° o1 board. Said M a^^Srad, 010 rlBht t0 Signed: _, 12. R. Brown ^County Supervisor of Schools Nov. souri Valley, 13-7. , Glass Bowl rO Fish Bowl — Hamntn defeated Wilberforce '-/o ,9 Mo-Kan Bowl — ~ Toledo won a third : >g Oklahoma on Institute New York, Dec. 6 — I/?)—The de fending champion Chicago Cardin ais invade the crosstown lair of th fh w 550 , Bcars Sund ay to sett he Western division argument in the National Football League The twin terrors of the Wind£'!L f ™X ed ^eir mop-up cam rest of the circuit yet .. -- cardinals battled 1 times with out-of-town rivals and ±SEf d i the u m , alL The Bea " stumbled before Philadelphia's pastern division champs, bu ickod nine other foes. Now the Cardinals will be out to avenge their only loss— a 28-17 whipping inflicted by the Bears ear- y '" October. That game cost the <ards the services of their ace jasser, Paul Christman, most of he season, but the Missouri back s in top form again. With Christman missing. the ,-ards developed the most devas- atmg ground attack in the league Neither club got more than a varmup yesterday. The Bears- oiled over Detroit, 42 to 14, and le Cardinals crushed Green Bay, The All-America Conference has divisional title to settle Sunday oo. Baltimore's unpredictable oils forced a special playoff for He Eastern crown by beating Bufalo, So to 15. Now the Colts and Bills have to play again at Baltimore for the right to meet Cleveland's Western champions In other All - America action Cleveland hung up the first unbeaten season in the league's history by downing Brooklyn, 31 to 21 and San Francisco's Forty-Niners defeated Los Angeles, 38 to 21 .Despite thc loss, the Dons furnished the day's brightest individual star. Glenn Dobbs, the riprne the Porkers will stop at Lexington, Ky., next Monday night to play Kentucky university, which furnished many members of the champion U. S. Olympic team As Razorback Coach Gene Lam- 3ert says: It'll be a nice trip for the boys. Arkansas met three Oklahoma •earns last week, losing to the Phillips Oilers 58-40 and Oklahoma A. & M. 53-28 and beating Oklahoma ^City Univeristy 31-29. It's been much the same story :or other Southwest Conference .ive's. Not a single conference team s. unbeaten after thc first week :he SoLithweslerners having dropped six of nine intersectional games and losing three to clubs in heir own area. ' Baylor, the defending champion lost two decisions on an eastern our. The Bears bowed, to New York University 67-47 and to Canis- us 55-45. Tulane and Rice broke even in lOuisiana. Texas dumped Louisi- |ana State 60-45 but lost to Tulane sG-59. Rico won over LSU 51-39 and lost to Tulane 65-54. In all eight intersectional games are scheduled for Southwest teams this week. In addition to Arkansas'' suicide schedule, Baylor will meet bt. Louis University at St. Louis tomorrow night and the Phillips Oil- ers at Waco. Southern Methodist .loins Arkansas in playing in the Last, Texas plays Oklahoma and Rice has more business with Lotii- sianans. -JWtititol BROADCASTING SYSTEM Hope American Legion cagors will play Bodcaw Independents at G:3 ° Henry J. Taylor—M the High School Gymnasium to- 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—: Monday p.m., Dec. 6 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five' Star Final night at 8 o'clock. The Legionaircs will dress out in newly-arrived uniforms. Wednesday night the local cagers take on an independent team from Ouach- ila College composed of ex-varsitv men. ' New suits wore issued to: Gilson Koss, Pony Reeves, Doc Porter Freeman Stone, Milton Dillard, Joe Polk, Harold Guntcr. Raymond aycrs, James Vannoy and Roy Taylor. ' Hope s own Buddy Sutton was named Captain of the Arkansas Gazette's Double A, all-state high team while his running mate Tommy Britt, also was named to the first team. Second team selections included End Jimmie Dick Hammons. Tackle James McCargo and Guard S. A. Westbrook. Big Six to Play BasebaS! Next Season Little Rock, Dec. G ~( f f>) At- fine- 'If-' 1 !• , -nl-l*-.*./ 4VUIA. .JJI11L11 OII1 Svrt rac [ h 'Sh schools arc! 11:30 Student Parade -,Oin il in n ;i v n n t- m H ^ 11 ^,,, „ „<..„__ 1 i . ,« - -n T • , ^ . i iviu-j-Kui now — Kirmnri'i T... i j-ui. >jivnu ijuuus, me one- u rs defeated Southwest Miswmfl" 1 ^ ga "», from Tulsa. gained 405 t ^.° 34-20,. Il " ROlIU ?5 1rd ?.°!J.",?? n ?P. lfi toU passes and I f Austin, Tex., Dec. G—(#>)—Uni versity of Texas football' players •esent being called -a "third rate team and they'll do something qbout it in the Orange Bowl, Coach ?. J if Cherry predicted today Obviously nettled himself ovei he slurs that have come out of Miami since Texas' selection to meet Georgia in the Florida post- < " >n \° 1n . c'assic, Cherry declared: think we will represent the university and the Southwest con- ino. that personally he was glad Cherry intimated that the hula- ver selection of the thrice-beaten longhorns was going to be mighty elpful m getting his team ready or the Orange Bowl battle Cherry said Texas had not had s eood a season as it hoped for prints to keep the boys from get- o get to play the game in the Jrange Bowl and show that the earn wasn't as bad as its record light indicate. "We have a good team but we ad a year when things went wrong •the wrong time." ho said. Ihe lexas squad of 40 will return o practice this afternoon. It will e in sweat clothes, however and ily for calisthenics and wind prints to keep the boy sfrom t>ot- ng too fat, Cherry said j "On Dec. 15 we will get down to ,'omg to play baseball on a championship basis for the first time next year. Big Six (Triple A) division members have voted to hold a championship tournament the week fo bers have voted to hold a championship tournament thc week following the end of the spring scmes- tc r- A , slt c will be selected later Members of the Big Six voted "ot to, h avc a reglaur season basketball race. The division cham- pionshio : • is-' ' to' . fbe decided in ' ' a . tournament and regular standings would mean members said. •' season nothing, Convicted Japs ^tf«k S^ rim Washington, Dec. C The supreme court by a 5-4 vote today S?" e d a hem-ing to two.Japanese vartime officials^convYctcd '^'war ^iminals and sentenced to be The court's action iiovvn in an opinion was made by Justice Orange Bl, Union toppe 39-38. 9, Dec. 6, 13. Legal Notice i . , • *- " *" &*-»- uuwn iij ard worlc and we'll be ready to how them about this 'third Vato i,o, , , • i " -••" learn stuff in the Oraiifn Rnn.'i -Bowl - Vi,T,;,,i i 4vl • v f'' dsT "'together, both league he added grimly ^ ij ° v>1 ' Ftorldn A. and "^ j ^^'A U Ihe^cSjL™^ gained more yards for the yeai than anybody else, 2,942. TMn rm^ WARNING ORDER No. 0897 !„ ,1 K; Chancery 'Court stead County, Ark. Plaintiff Th"'^ 1 ! 1 ! 1 :,™ 11 ^ Cendant . - ,, and lhe S( -'al of court this 3 day of December -I-. Jno. P. V.r on -io l .'; 7Wilson ' Atl >' DL ' f - PLANT NOW See us for Rose Bushes and Shrubs for fall planting Gentry - Butler FiorisU Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ond CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7toli (phone- collect; n No Answer Dial 3-5770 LET FOY DO IT Lots a Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phono 1066 8. Walnut 8t in at gymnasuim" 0101 ' Jack " Sc "°'^ons Seven hours later they will s te, "HO the ring in Hai- : ---- live. o|d ];1 nd^thers-5U^ g ^si' S \^: ^fLwsS^r-fiv'e^LSn sports writers picked Savokl to "'". iwo were non-commitl-il tiree picked Woodcock. " lmutjl - «oth gladiators were eager for , •" fa'««iuiurs were oaeei- fm- •> lucrative Louis bout. Promoters ''er in°jM 3 , a 'i CS v E5!/!U -? . Charl es win- It was Baksi wlio broke Wood Dock's jaw here in An,-I \o^ re in April, .-, — J " •• »J ^ J L. 11 Hrueo was more than a year net •ns well enough to resume l,,^, 1 .' ing. FOR SALE Surfoced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS WANTED - Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY 4OPE BASKET CO. Call 1000 or Contact Office .Savold, at 32. is five years older than the- Britisher. Both around 191 pounds. e ,le L FLOOR Sanding and Fininhinq LINOLEUM *»ohalt Tile • Rubber Til, «OY ALLISON Phone 280 CHRISTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monts Seed FOR SALE. NAILS 8. Kegs 3d SO Kegs 4d 2-1 Kegs 4d 38 Kecjs 5d '10 Kegs 5d 24 Kegs 6c) 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.b. Prescott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Ihe Pittsburgh Steelers sprayed across throe touchdowns in th'ree minutes of the final quarter to beat the New York Giants, 3!) to 28. Los Angeles smothered Washing- V?,". - , 4 l to 13> and Boston surprised Philadelphia. 37 to 14. Yesterday'a action wound up the regular season of the All-America Conlerence. The National League closes shop Sunday, except for the championship playoff. Plenty Post Season Games in Arkansas Little Rock, Dec. G— UP)—A rash of postseason football heads Arkansas sports menu this week iwo more Arkansas Intercollegiate conference teams will seek bowl victories, and the finals in thc Class A and B high school play- oils also are on tap. Magnolia A. & M. has set the jac-e lor the AIC teams. The Mule- •iclei-s trampled KasU-ni Oklahoma . ™ i i 4M2 '" the Pa Poose Bowl it Oklahoma City Friday Ouachita will play the first of its wo postseason games Friday ,. • , ea ~"n-'J 4-lJUtlV light when the Tigers go to Deni- .011, lex., to tangle with Southeastern Oklahoma in the Te.xomu bowl The Tigers will play Hardin'.'Sim- noiis University here Dec 18 i Season With nJ' 10 , Y e !'P r Hj Sh School Tigers defeated the Bossier City Louis nlHHl fi ai Z 11 y Beai ' S 22 ' 6 Satu?div nifeht at Hammon' Knsofi and Justices Reed, Frank- urter, and Burton. ( The appeals were filed on behalf I -nlH Hi 01 '?' K / nji ^on'harn and iijan iormcr premier of The appeals challenged legality t trials conducted by the interna- onal military tribunal at Tokyo Alter Ihe appeals were filed'here ast Monday, General MacArthur announced that execution of the sentences given Dohihara and Hi- I'^t.. n «-. -I .-.jr I". . , »'t I V^ J. 11 •M 7:00 The Falcon—M "" 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 7:5!> Hy Gavrlner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Erskine Johnson—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 3:00 Fishing & Hunting Club- " 9:.30 Michael Zarron's Orch.—M 0:45 Tom Grant's Orch.—M 10:00 AH the News—M 10:15 Wally Wickcn's Orch.—M 10:30 Alan Holmes' Orch —M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11-10 Sign-Off Tuesday a.m., Dec. 7 5:57 Sign On «:00 Hillbilly Hocdown 6:25 Bargain Roundup fi:30 News, First Edition G:40 Four Knights 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Sort-Made 8:30 Slogan Parade 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Blevins Program 9:45 Blue Ban-on Presents 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M 10:30 Gabriel Hcatlec's Mailbag —M 10:45 Lannv Ross—M 11:00 Kate'Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:45 Music by Monroe Tuesday p.m.', Dec. 7 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Melody Mustangs 12:40 Shortest 5 min. in Radio 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Button's Livestock Sale 2:30 Ozark Valley Folks—M 3:00 Songs of Love : 3:,15 ,-The Johnson Family—M :3:'30- 1490 Club .... - rota and of five other condemned Japanese warmakers would be cle- |?i'i-.ed ponding supreme court action. None of the five other filed - 4:45 -Social Security Day by Day 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 Edit*«o 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 News Comment 0:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr 7:00 George O'Hanlin Show—M 7:30 Official Detective—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 Bern'ie Cummin's Orch —M ' 10:00 All the News—M 10: 15 Benny 10:30 Dance .._ ^ 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Top Radio Ps-oqrams Ccntrl Standard Time New York, Dec. G — i.1 1 ;— List'en- . NBC— 7 Pat O'BVien in Cavalcade drama 7:30 Barlow concert voorhoes concert, guest Fritz and acide'd: a ' uv at Hammon's Stadium be- toi e a fairly large crowd Ycrgor led at half time bv a score ot 7-0. Fumbles cost Yerger several opportunities to score during the game. The Tigers hi the. second half unleashed a powerful ground attack that netted them two touchdowns. A safety resulted lioin a blocked Louisiana punt iiy defeating the Louisiana Eleven, the Tigers were able to corn- P o o their second straight season home h "vmg lost a game at lirine benefit game The Trojans of Little R ock Ju . nor College will play the South Junior Drive fo Crush Greek R^ds Bogged Down Washington, Dec. (i — ',?) — p res dent Truman said today the drive to crush Greece's Communist- backed guerrillas has bogged down. He told congress the American- udvixed Greek army itself was partly to blame for failing to make a determined, effort" against the remaining rebels after a .series of sM^«v!i..tt"'arS^R •Ihe lurkish people have taken advantage of ihcir opportunity. 1 nrkcy is today working hard io derive maximum benefit from miled States supplies and United .States supplies and train- Kreislor 9 Contented Concerts CBS—(i:30 Club Crosby H Radi,, Hieatcn-, "Foxes of Harrow" 9 My r-i-iend Inria 9:30 Bob Hawk. ABC—7 Juan Edwards guest of Gordon Mai-Rr,e in "Girl'Crazy" d Glenn Osser !):30 On Trial. "Military Aid 1o Chiang ai-shok''" MBS—7 Thy Falcon 8:30 Hollywood Story y.Fish and Hunt club. Uiesday Programs NBC—10-30 a m. Jack Berc-li. CBS—1 Second Mrs. Burton. ABC—9 a m My Story drama. MBS—9:30 a. m. Say . It with Music. • Track Star HORIZONTAL 3 Roll . Arkansas fans may see a \eai s Day »ame at thc- New Memorial stadium here if present plans materialize earlier uman said morale has'sagged and an encouraging prospect" i • . . ~ * " cs • * • « H * *-< *a |J v. t. L lUl eliminating ihe guerriiias failed to materialize despite thc delivery o t more than I gram. I In Turkey, by contrast, ,^° m ^ asl »- S?Pert. surest that ^olv^'d^i^'r^Stf^t ^M "significant progress" has been men wear red-biue-green neckties wnn gray suits, red-brown-greon for brown suits and rod-blue "rav- ycllow with blue suits. i™. to "' ar d. increasing the fire po\\or and efficiency of the Turkish army to enable it to continue 1,7 Pictured track star 13 Narcotic 14 Waken 15 Misplaced 16 Agile 19 Pedant 20 Likely 21 Indolent 23 Parrot 24 Concerning 25 Not (prefix) 26 Defender o! the Faith (ab.) : 28 Right (ab t ) 29 Shabby 31 Untrue 33 Edge 34 Bustle 35 Sharpen 37 Prices 40 Nickel (symbol) 41 Note of Scale 42 Plural ending 43 Near 44 Facility 40 Pursues 51 Note of Guide's scale 52 Unusual 54 Wicked ' 55 Aid 5(5 Reviser 58 Depart 60 Calyx leaves 61 Deputies VERTICAL 1 Teeth 2 Epic pottry 4 Tank 5 Pronoun C Bird's home 7 Compensates 8 Area measure 9 Summit 10 Mohammedan 1 1 Willows 12 Nullify 17 Mixed type 18 Artificial language 30 Go astray 47 That girl's 32 He was born 48 Average (ab. in . 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