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Page four HOPE STAR, HOPE,. ARKANSAS Adt Muit Be In Ottlc* Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words, Day Days Days Month E p , t( U 5 A5 - 90 1-50 4.50 16 to 20 .60 1.20 2.90 6.00 21 to 25 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 26 to 30 .90 1.80 3.00 0.00 31 to 35 1.05 2.10 3.!>0 10.50 86 to 40 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 41 to 45 .1.35 2.70 4.50 1350 46 to 50 . 1.50 3.00 5.00 15 00 Kates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent I WILL RENT MY HOME, partly furnished, to permanenl responsible party. Call 1112-W-2 after Wednesday. 7.31 T\VO OR THREE ROOM FURrF- ished apartment, couple and child. Phono 1191. 7-3t 0 ROOM HOUSED MODEnN~ located at 815 West Avenue E Phone 936. 7.3 For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-1 mo FRYERS. BATTERY RAISED. White Rocks. $1.00 each. Phone 9R6-W, Vernon Osburn, 805 W. fith Street. 7.01 NEW LARGE~BOYS' BICYCLE. Bargain. Can be seen at Bryan Glass and Salvage Company. 7-31 Wanted VETERAN WANTS ON THE JOB training work. Phone <f(!2-L-3. 7-3i JOB FIRING STATIONARY steam boiler. Day or night. Sec Charlie Alexander, Hope, .Route 4, Box 305. . 10-61 Business Opportunity GET IN MERCHANDISING business,. wilh small investment. White or Colored. Write Box 98. Hope, Ark. 8-3t Salesman Wanted MAN WANTED FOR 1500 FAMILY Rawleigh business. In City of Hope or next county. Permanent if you are a hustler. Write Raw- loigh's Dept. AKL-641-123, Memphis, Tenn. 6-4t Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR •'all makes of Sewing, machines. W. H. Wesl, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lrno SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynorson, Phone 28 Nights, 369-W City Hall. 4-lmo ORDERS FOR H"OME~~MADE Christmas cakes should he placed by Friday, December 17. Mrs Doyle Reeves, Phone 848-W. 7-31 Real Estate tor Sale 44 ACRES LAND (NO HOUSE") IM; mios of City Limits on {'raveled highway. Electric line, $1300. Tyler Realty Service. Better bargains in Real Estate. i(),it LET FOY DO IT • Level yards « Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lot* « Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 a 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 - Buffer Fiorista Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7G23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 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 WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street I METAL LATHE, 2 WOOD lalhos, 2 band saws, 1 drill press, ] thickness planur, 1 sanding machine. 1 jijc saw, 1 hand drill and 05 bits, electric lawn mower sharpener, 1 bench saw, hand tools galore, 1 12 f,'ua!5e Remington automatic, and 11 ft. duck boat. Each unit has own power. William Stephenson, Phone 72 _ _ 7-31 SOLID OAK, r> PIECE DINETTE Suite. See at House 318 at S.P.G. niter 0 p.m. 7-3t HOT WATER HEATED COM^ mode and old lumber. fi07 South Pine. Phono 708-W. 7-31 COFFEE TABLE, LAMP "TABLET occasional chairs and mirror to match. Very modern. Phone 3fiO. 7-3t Friday, December 10,1948 Fair By Weatbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. While the American Federation of Labor OU Coach Denies Seeking Bid to Southwest Loop Norman, Okla., Dec. 10 — W 1 )— University of Oklahoma Athletic Director Bud Wilkinson said last night O. U. has not made an application to affiliate with the Southwest Conference. His statement came after Sooner magazine, official organ of the uni- ^ersity's alumni association, pub- ............. ,..v.^,u,.,,,. ycrsitys alumni association, pub- fearlcsly denouncing |hshed an article hinting affilitation dictatorship in Russia, let me tell! wu . h 1he conference. .Here s what Wilkinson, who also coaches the Sooner football team said: ' "So far ns I know, nothing has been clone to ROOK a place in the Southwest Conference. About the only development I've heard of Wa ? ? , letlcr from some resident o f Arkansas ;.;sl;in« if u - 0 u -<, ro happy m the Big Seven—but there was nothing official about that not. made GERMAN CAMERA, ROLLIE- cord I, F35 Zeiss lens, with leather carrying case. Flashgun, tripod, and filters. Excellent condition. Sec at Shipley's Studio. . 7-3t you about a joy-ride to F.urope taken by Joseph V. Moreschi, the dictator of (he hod-carriers union of the A. F. of L., and other mem- ers of his underworld-Fascist circle. Among the hoodlums who went along were James Bove, of New York, now in prison where he should have been 20 years ago, and Nick Stironc, the boss of the Pittsburgh and Detroit areas of this nationwide racket. Wieves and children must be ex copied from stigma, but you will have to roll your own conclusions about Judge Vincent Brogna, of the supreior court of Massachusetts, , the highest court in the 'common- 'wealth. Brogna joined the crowd in Milan as "counsel" for Moreschi the big shot of the mob. This junket was pulled off at the depth of our depression before Brogna landed on the bench for life, by apoint- menl of Governor Joseph B. Ely a Democrat, but one of the old school of decent, pro-New Deal Democrats. If Governor Ely had known as much as he knows now aboul the union and the character of the gangsters in charge, he prob GROCERY STORE, STOCK OF groceries, part or fixtures, balance furnished 'with building. Small living quarters. See at 14th and Main, Phone 1258. 10-tf Heip Wanted LADY TO KEEP CHILD WHILE mother works. 5 days per week. Private room and bath. Write box 98 in care of Hope Star 7-3t application for" n place Southwest." in the ms BHZVHB g — I onig Hope's American Legion basketball team, smarting from a defeat Wednesday night at the hands of Ouachita 'College will be ably would Brogna. not have appointed Lost WHITE GOLD CLUSTER qiA- mond ring. If found return lo Mrs. Lex Helms, Sr. Reward 1200 South Main, Phone 165-J. 10-31 Wanted to Buy XION AND OPOSSUM HIDES, also the meat. Chickens and eggs See W. I-I. Thomas at Emmet, Arkansas. 7.31 The South American condor is jplieved sometimes to ascend as ligh as four miles. CHR8STMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monts Seed Store let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 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 Frlgldalre Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 FOR SALE NAILS 8 Kegs 3d Cement Coated Box Nails 80 Kegs 4d Cement Coated Cooler Nails 24 Kegs 4d Bright Box Nails 38 Kegs Gd Bright Box Nails 40 Kegs 5d Cement Coated Cooler Nails 24 Kegs 6d Bright Box Nails 80 Kegs 7d Cement Coated Cooler Nails » PRICE — $9.00 per Keg f.o.b. Prescott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS WANTED-Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Call 1000 or Contact Office Moreschi, a widow-man, had no companion. Stirone was accompanied by his wife, Angelina, whom he deserted for a female dishwasher and bartender not long afterward. When he was a punk, Angelina had hired the suit and bought the underwear he wore at their wedding because she had a job and he didn't. Bove brushed off Mrs Bove on the dock in New York and went stag. Mrs. Stironc felt sorry •or Mrs. Bove because she seemed very nice and the bum wouldn't even let her meet his friends. She also remembers Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sullivan of Boston, and the tragedy of Mrs. Sullivan's death in Paris. I find no record of any Dan Sullivan in the affairs of the racket and it is Mrs. Stirone's impression that he was a clean man who just fell into bad company. There were about a dozen others. At that time and until recently this union "consisted" of Moreschi and the other national officers. The constitution explicitly stated that it was "independent of its component parts." Nevertheless, more than a million men have had to join and pay as much as $50 for "initiation" in the most outrageous extortion in our history. Last year, to dodge the Taft-Hartley law, the mob changed their constitution slightly to fix matters so that they could not be prosecuted or sued for the rackets and shakedowns operated by the locals. The party sailed on the Conte Biancamano, a beautiful and luxurious Mussolini ship, in the summer of 1931, when jobs were scarce and wages were down. The reports of the mob to the membership do not confide many details,, but we find these items on the same page: The gangsters voted $10,000 to pay Moreschi's way to Bristol, England, he having been "elected" by the A. F. of L. :o be "fraternal delegate" to the British trades union congress. Inasmuch as he had no wife, Joe could have made this round trip in dignity and comfort for $1,500. At the same meeting, they upheld a fine of $100 and two years' suspension imposed on Brother Amos Lee of Kansas City, for 'using profane language" lo a business agent. In May, the mob got up a big dinner wilh speaking in Boston to raise more money for the junket, as though $10,000 wasn't enough. Governor Ely was in office aud he sent his commissioner of labor and industries, E. Leroy Sweetser, to say a fe\v words. The army sent an unfortunate medical colonel Frank W. Weed. The commandant oi the navy yard sent a four- stnuer, Captain R. P. Schlabach. -the press reported that "a substantial cheek was: presented to President .Moreschi, who has been similarly feted by his organization throughout the country in reco'jni- uoii of the honor paid him by the A. I-. of L. in selecting him. About WIO guests wen- in attendance." We arc- not told who contributed to the "substantial check," how big it was. nor why Joe needed recognition" beyond the $10,000 to I winch he had already helped him- soU out of the treasury. But we do know that they put on another •testimonial," a stupendous racket, in the Commodore hotel in Now lork, and cleared another pot of money. So they sailed away on the Biancamano and landed in Naples. Moreschi and Stirone were Italian natiyes and wanted to go hojua and show off. Stirone had 35 suits Hove was jealous of some fancy double-breasted pants of his. They had a light, because Bove thouj'b't bin-one had gi-abbed more titan lus fair share of the money from tin- New York blowout. r Moreschi was paying the bills Ihey went lo Venice and Florence and down to Rome. They were received by the pope and 'Cenilo the bum. Tlu-n up lo Milan, bound for Paris, London and. finally, the trades union congress in Bristol. They lived on the fat of the land at extravagant expense all the Way. Mr. Brngna had been taken on as attorney for llu; union, which is an absolute, unqualified racket, at some date not specified in the secretive and meager minutes. \Ve find that $0.000 a year had been appropriated for a lawyer who was lound to be necessary to keep the dirty parasitet; 0111 of trouble for their normal operations as "labor leaders" under charter from the corrupt A. F. of 1.. Brogna admits that he was Ihe counsel of the union president, Moreschi at this time. 11)3!. He and Mrs. Brogna joined tlu- happy, roistering, boo/.^', brawling inmpe at Milan, having come over separately. Brogna blew- up when I asked him 1u explain why he had to go to Milan, Italy, to counsel More- tchi at :i labor conference in Bristol, England. For that mailer. it is a silly fiction to pretend that lUuiVKC'hi needed any such counsel in his role of "fraternal delegate," because the mission is entirely irivolous and social and such "delegates," "most uf v.'hom have been racketeers, arc not uutho- Team Favored Ouachita Denison, Tex., Dec. 10 — (If) — Southeastern State of Oklahoma is a slight favorite over Ouachita of Arkansas for their Texoma Bowl tootball battle here tonight. . A crowd of from 7,500 to 12,000 , „_„. „ ,.-, , — 01A . is expected. year-old Wilma Faye Ussery died Fans anticipate a free-scoring at a Jonesboro hospital yesterday Seven as Ouachita matches its pass- ot burns suffered when her clothing i ing man. Sam Bailey, and a fleet C31_l£Cnt Ill'G af IT or f n rm Vinmn M^ cm nf finn r-ti>-in^vr. r, rt ,,:— t ju ,. - -....-. ^ i. . i v \^ , Will |JU seeking victory tonight at the high school when they tangle with the Blevins American Legion team The contest promises plenty of cage action. The public is invited Arkansas Loses to LIU by 56-42 Score New York, Dec. 19 — CT>|— Arkansas Razorbacks shuffled off to Buffalo today in hopes of getting even jn their eastern basketball loui . . The Southwest Conference quin- t, which dropped a ragged 5642 decision to Long Island university in Madison Square Garden last nmnt. will play Canisius in Buffalo s municipal auditorium tomor- - row- night. The Razorbacks night plenty of shots, hut couldn't got , hit the basket and were wild in their passing. Arkansas made a real battle of n in (he first half, at one time holding a 24-20 lead. But Lon« !«•land took over 27-25 by halftime and pulled away in the second period. Forward Jim Cathcart led the Porker attack with ten points Long Island center Sherman White paced all scorers with 13. BURNS FATAL TO CHILD Jonesboro, Dec. 8 — Six- caught fire at her farm home.near Marker! Tree. She was the dapghter of Mr and Mrs. Fay Ussery, formerly of Russellville. rixcd to make ...... for the A. F. of L. commitments Brogna said he didn't like the tone of my voice. I told him it was just about the tone of voice that a prosecuting attorney would use in cross-examining some defendant in his own court who was trying to squirm out of something. I asked him who paid his expenses and Mrs. Brogna's. He said ho didn't know. Can you imagine what a judge would do to a witness who gave that answer to that question in a trial? "There was a large banquet in New York," he said. "I don't know whether that money was used or union money. My expenses were paid." He said I could draw my own conclusions from his dodging of the fair question: 'Why did you have to go by way of Milan to'at- tend a conference in Bristol?" Okay, I am drawing them, and you can draw yours. "But be sure you don't make thorn libelous," he added. Okay, again. They aren't libelous. But they sure as hell are 710 compliment to the Hon. Vincent — a — — .., uun>i J-/EUH^J< ( (jjiu ct J-ltrtrL of fine runners, against the versa- 'tile Savages sparked by Arthur Stewart, the Oklahoma collegiate conference's mighty back. Ouachita lost two games in early season but hasn't been headed since, boasting a record of eight victories against two defeats. Southcastern's only loss was a G-° decision to Central Oklahoma. Probable lineups: Ouachita Turner White Tabor Ramsay Herrington .... Sharp .." Baird Bailey Smith Wimberly Titsworth Southeastern Dunn B. Stewart ...; Harris .... O'Dea ^ Aldridge .' ....' '.'""'"' RG Williamson RT Barrel '..'.'...'.'."".,'.'.'."'RE Thorne Qg A. Stewart .'.'.'. '....LH Redman RH Steward ....'.'. ......FB In Medieval and Tudor England LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB LG ..C A!l-Stafe Men in Arkansas College League Little Rock, Dec. 10 — I/P) The adage, "to the victors go the spoils," fits the 194S All-Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference fool•ball team quite well. Coaches who picked the official All-AIC team, announced today awarded all the positions on the first eleven to stars of the top four clubs in the standings. The champion Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys got four. Ouachita, the only Arkansas team which defeated Tech, placed three men on the first team, and Magnolia A. & M. and Arkansas A. & M., two each. Other members of (lie 11-team loop had to be satisfied with second and third team selections. The all-AIC backfield boasts two great breakaway runners, Jack Simpson of Tech and Sammy Furo of Magnolia a powerfu'l line smasher in Willis (Convoy) Leslie of Arkansas A. & M., and a fine passer and T formation quarterback in Sam Bailey of Ounchila. The "dream" team averages 201 pounds a man in the line, 177 j n the backfield and 192 over all. Most of the first team selections will be back in action next season. Four are sophomores, lour are juniors and only three are seniors. 'The first team: Carey L a t herwood Ark A. and.M., end wt. 195, hi. G:3, age 24, senior. Ben Burton, Magnolia, tackle wt. 200, ht. 6:1, age 20, soph. ' Billy Huic. Ark. Tech., guard, wt. 185, ht. 5:8, age 25, senior. Dave Ludwick. Ark. Tech center, wt. 190, ht. 6:2, age 21, junior. Jim Herrington, Ouachita, guard wt. 200, ht. 5:10, age 21, senior ' Ike Sharp, Ouachita, tackle wt 2oO, ht. 5:10, age 22, soph, o Bill Morris, Ark. Tech., end, wt 18s, ht. 6:1, age 23, junior. bam Bailey, Ouachita, back wt 185 ht. 0:2, age 22, junior. Willis Leslie, Ark. A. M back wt. 205, hi. 6:0, age 21, junir Sammy Furo, Magnolia, back wt. 150, ht. 5:7, age 23, soph. Jack Simpson, Ark. Tech., back wt 170, ht. 5:10, age 21, soph. ' Second team: Jim Sawyer, Henderson, End Charlie Zinn, Ark. A. M. end. Roy White, Ouachita, Tackle Bill Woodiel, Ark. Tech., tackle Jim Tabor, Ouachita, guard. Wm. Funderburg, Ark. A. M., Curtis Cope, State Teachers center. Bill Montgomery, Henderson, John Douthitt, Hendrix, back . Gene Harwood, Ark. Tech back. Jas. Esthridge, Magnolia, back. Basketball Results By The Associated Press East: 150, Wilkos Barro, Pa., outpointed Long Island 56 Arkansas 42. Marshal! 70 Milligan 50. Denver 6!> Syracuse 63. South: Tulane 87 Howard (Ala) 32. Western Kentucky fil Emporia (Kas.) 34. Baltimore Loyola OG Baltimore Univ 42. Midwest: Wisconsin 50 Missouri 42 . Franklin 70 Wabash 38. Central Missouri State 56 Ccn- Iral (Fa.vctte Moi 55. Springfield (Mo) 48 Northeast Okla 41. Peru (Neb) 56 Missouri Valley Washburn (17 Northwestern Okla 50 Rockhurst 37 William Jewell 26 Maryville Mo) 54 Baker 48 0 *..„ vu „,.,_ iivMi. vuiv-L-jiL .in -wL-uiuviu ana iucioi x^nFianci Bronga of the superior court of the "May Day" was a great public commonwealth of Massachusetts. holiday. ALL PURPOSE Felt Base Economical for any room in the house. Wide selection to choose from. 6 and 9 foot widths. Choice of many beautiful patterns and installed by factory trained layers. ACDUAI T TIB P /\cirnAL s I ILC It's beautiful and durable WALL CARPET Beautiful colors and patterns at prices you can afford. If you have a Floor Problem or a Problem Floor .... CALL OR SEE Phone 1291 510 S. Walnut 1948 Football Season Broke Five Records New York, Dec. 10 — (/p) — The 1948 college football season produced five forward passing and pass-calching record , but the trend was striclly away from Ihe team "ballery" combinations which dominated in 1947. National Collegiate Athletic bureau final figures released today showed instead, the nation's lead- iing pigskin pitchers and catchers were pretty well scattered around. I Leading passer, of course, was Nevada's Stan Heath, who set a passing yardage record with 2,005, and a touchdown passing record with 22 for six-pointers. Leading catcher was Johnny "Red' O'uinn of Wake Forest who caught 39 for 605 yards. The only team pair to come near the top was Tulsa's two Jims — Finks throwing and Ford receiving Finks ranked second behind the phenomenal Heath as a chucker with 115 completions in 214 at- tmpts for 1,370 yards, compared to heath's 126 completions in 222 , flips. Ford ranked fifth in recciv- 'ing with 35 caught for 403 yards Among the passers, 35 completed more than Dick Gilmnn of Kansas but only Heath outstripped him in payoff pitches. Gillman threw 14 scoring passes while com pleting 49 on 127 throws, or an average of approximately one touchdown every three times he found a receiver. Tying Oilman at 14 were Walter Brennan. Holy Cross, and Bobby Thomason, VMI. Gill Johnson of Southern Methodist had the best completion percentage, .608. He had been gun- Class B Title to Be Decided Tonight By The Associated Press Powerful teams and brilliant in dividuals will go on parade Friday night in the finals of the Class A , and Class B Arkansas high school football playoffs. Paragould's Bulldogs, playing on their home field, will throw a perfect record and the state's highest scorer against Benton for the Class A title. All-state Bill Daniel, v&, triple-threat back, is the gentle 1 * man with the points—134 of them. Together the two Class A finlisls will field a total of five all-staters, throe of them in the Paragould lineup. Benton has won eight games and lost three. It'll be Lake Village vs. Dermott at Monliccllo for the Class B cham- pionshin. And in this one, too. individual fireworks are expected. Billed almost as high as the game itself is an expected duel between two triple-threalers, Larry HogUojf. of the Dermott Rams and Lainar McIIan of Lake Village's Beavers. Both are all-staters. Both teams represent the Eighth District. Lake Village as district champion and Dermott as defending state titlist. Lake Village is the favorite on the basis of a 20-0 victory over the rams during the regular season, but most observers fell it will be closer in the title game. The Friday night action drops the curtain on the prep season.,^ Two champions already have been™' determined, Little Rock in the Big Six Division and Blythevillc >in Class AA. Third team: Troy Bedsoe, Hendrix, end Shelby Hclmbcck, Little Rock J. C., end. Jabo Womack, Magnolia, tackle Louis Waldron, Little Rock J C ' Hardgraves, Ozarks, tackle. Lonnoe guard. Chas. Cook, Henderson, gflard. Harold Brinson, Magnolia center Walter Wimberly, Ouachita back. Gene Hall, Ark. Tech, back. John Kornegay, Stale Teachers, back. Craig Benson, Ark. A. M back. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia — C'hico Varorta, 147, New York, outpointed Honey- chile Johnson, 145 1-2, Philadelphia, 8. Fall River, Mass. — Jackie Lov- . alt, 153, Providence, knocked out* Tiger Ted Brasslcy, 154, Portland, Me. 2. By United Press New York (Sunnysido Garden) — Angelo Morganti 145 3-4. New York, outpointed Freddie Mcnna, 148,New York, 8. ning for that record of .630 set by Hugh McCullough, Oklahoma, "in 1UJ8, but his average went by t)ie boards as he completed 17 of 31. in the Mustangs' last minute desperation drive to eke a 77 standoff with Texas Christian. Columbia's Gene Rossides was the year's champion at avoiding interception, haying only throe stolon while completing CO of 112. 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