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PtigeFour CLASSIFIED STAR, H 0 P E ,. A RKANSAS Adi Moat Be In Ottlc. Day Before Publication Number ol Words tip to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 20 to 30 81 to 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 16 to 50 Three Six One Days Days Month One Day .45 .CO .75 .90 1.05 1.20 t.35 1.50 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone .90 1.20 1.50 1 80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Wanted JOB FIRING STATIONARY steam boiler. Day or night. See Chnrlie Alexander, Hope, Route 4, Box 10-fit Notice For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 0-1 mo FRYERS, BATTERY HsUvTsEIX White Rocks. $1.00 each. Phone OGG-W. Vernon Osburn, 805 W. Oth Street. 7-Ot COFFE_irTAB"LK7 LAMip~TABLE" occasional chairs and mirror to match. Very modern. Phone 300. GERMAN CAMERA. ROLLIE- cord I, F35 Zeiss lens, with 'leather carrying case. Flash- Run, tripod, and fillers. Excol- i"nt condition. See at Shipley's Studio. 13.31 WE .BUY, SELX, AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H, West, 215 North Hamilton qtrppt. Phone 122C-W., Hope, Arkansas. Mrno SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now-to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 369-W City HrU. 4-1 mo WINTER IS ON THE WAY Better bring in those broken windows, we will put in new glass while you shop. Harian- Noe-Benton Lumber Co., Phone Wanted fro Rent TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN- ished apartment, couple and child. Phone 1191. 7-31 Services Offered GROCERY STORE. STOCK OF groceries, part of fixtures, balance furnished with building. Small living quarters. See at 14th and Main. Phone 1258. 10-lf Fair By Wettbrool: Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. I New York press and clergy have celebrated the escapade of a Stronahon Wins $10,000 Miami Open Meet Miami, Fla., Dec. 13 f/P).—Ama- teur Frank Stranahan of Toledo O., today set his sights on other major PGA golf tournaments after v.'mmng thc $10,000 Miami open with a in-under-pnr 270. Stranahan coasted in with a par i on the final round yesterday to mish four strokes in front or Mcl- hcadstrong lit tie "hoyden ""who "ab" W" , (Ch , ick ' Harbcrt. Detroit pro- |lcssional, who *-'---- — but took first Monday, December 13, 7943 Grid All Set for sorbed a charge of democracy and corn-spirits and went catting around town with two chums, one white, the other mocha, unl : ! throe a. in. Policeman James Conway, wifh perhaps a twinge of ancient uigotry, thought this combination unusual at that hour and made hem all jj 0 f lal on Park nvonuf , lhe frisk yielded two loaded pis -ols and a quantity of jewelry swiped from her foster-mother and this caused publicity and comment in the whilhor-are-we-driftin" nood. " This he ANTIQUE SHOWING OF FINE China, cut glass and dolls by appointment. Phone 741-.I. 13-11 Lost WHITE GOLD CLUSTER E|IA- mond ring. If. found return to Mrs. Lex Helms, 5r. Reward. 1200 South Main, Phone 165-.J. 10-3t Louis Figures Charles Has Earned Title Shot blew a 72 and 274 04 , money of $2,000 Mranahan received a set of sterling .silver mugs. Stranahan was the first over to win (lie Miami 25-year history. Second and'third money wa-5 divided between Tony Pemia of Cincinnati, O., and Steve Warga Ir Miami. Warga and Pemia' tioci ii<j. amateur open in its FLOOR SANDING OR FLOOR finishing. Call Vernon Osborn 805 West Gth Street, Phone OflO-W. Philadelphia, Dec. 13 I/P).-— Joe,. Hiis said today he figures Ezzard l llsclf Charles has earned a shot at Joe's championship. But there are a couple of ifs. Thc heavyweight king, in training for a .six-round exhibition at junior miss, an adoptee as .iargonist would call her, refuted sordid platitudes about pover _ ity which have encouraged bovs ,- 7 ; and girls of thc dirty neighborhoods to take up crime. Thc foster- mother, a lady who knows where her next minks arc corning- from .couldri t understand her whimscv because, as she told the cops, 'Vc gave her everything." ,,,H, Evcry , thir !S," thc Parson said with corkoman scorn at St Pat r Jn , S> i n ? 0 - ant social - accoss to the genteel friends of these chemically i mco people, and plenty of. money to spend. But he thought 'everything didn't include that sweet seventy which disciplines the eharac tor with the right abhorrcnccs The kid might have been reading InM Eeanorean prattle which noicis that democracy is beauty and consists of newspics of a Caucasian hen politician shaking hands at arm's length with a senc™"- agambian Communist from Holly at some conniption given by leftwmg society woman. Thc night Help Wanted 30 YOUNG LADIES, AND 10 young men for "Special" Christinas Sales work. Full or Part time. Write Box 98 Care of Hope Star at Once. 13-it For Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment. Private entrance and bath. 703 West 7th. See Rae Luck. 13-31 Convention hall tomorrow against Arturo Godoy, said 13-11 Iphalically: "Charles proved in Madison Square Garden last Friday night that he's the leading heavyweight contender." Louis added quickly that the Cincinnati slugger could establish his ranking "without question if he licked Lee Savold, and Billy Conn." Charles socked Joe Baski of Kulpmont, Pa., all over the den Friday in a decisive Real Estate tor Sale knockout. gar- 11-round TWO SMALL HOUSES, LARGE lots, good location. $2r>00 and S2800. Immediate possession. Tyler Realty Service. 13-3t Wonted to Buy The South American condor is believed sometimes to ascend as high as four miles. 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 Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7G23 (phone collect) H 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 op 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edflewood 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 Mary Pickford to Make Movie in Italy Hollywood, Dec. 1 3— M">) — Mary PicKiorcl and her husband, Charles 'Buddy" Rogers, are the latest of the Hollywood colony to take a i'hng at European moviemaking. The silent screen star said last night that she and Rogers will leave early in the year for Rome to make two pictures in Italy. wood a CHRISTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monfs Seed Store 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 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 Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 -. 'u ~ "-v^ vvuiiiuii. J. Ill, l! P rc "? ise is false so there need DO no discussion of the second Democracy is a profanation of sell-government. Promiscuity mis cogenation and freestyle debauch cry are more and more familiar aspects of this hastening ill and those who look to the movies for the causes of juvenile sin should have looked to the White House ong ago. Thc little deliquent in mis case was only showing her personal opposition to Jim Crow and putting into practice the pub lished advice of thc greatest woman of her generation to young girls to learn by experiment how much it took to get them drunk .lhe cleric who took this occasion to put in a plug for daily prayers, the sacraments and the iormulalcd inhibitions of decency assumed more than he could prove' J-nese means have had their fail urcs. On the other hand, character and honor do flourish where thc conventional inflations to goodness were invisible. I have in mind a friend mother died in' Alaska 55 ago where his father had the gold rush, bringing Chicago, Dec. 13 —(UP)— Will Baseball Commissioner A B (Happy) Chandler bar New York Giant manager Leo Durocher from baseball permanently if he finds mm guilty of violating the major league tampering rule? That was the question baseball men were .asking today as major league club owners began their annual three-day mid-winter meetings. Under baseball law, Chandler has a perfect right to lake such action if he feels that Durocher approached Freddie Filzsimmons and asked him to be a giant coach while Fit?, still was under contract to the Boston Braves. Chandler, who suspended Durocher for the entire 1947 season for non-specified offenses which the commissioner deemed "detrimental to baseball." could throw the nign-oclanc giant pilot out for good this time. As a manager, Durocher is expected to know thc penalties for tempering, and Chandler insists there is evidence that he and other members of the Giant organization were guilty when they signed Fit/Simmons. But if Durocher, Club Treasurer Fceley and any one else in (i , u n ° r g ar >iMtion can prove that they first contacted responsible persons in thc Boston An annual banquet for the Bobcat football boys will be held at Hotel. Barlow tomorrow night (Tuesday) starting at 7:30. Principal speaker of the night will be Allan Berry, manager of thc Arkansas War Memorial Stadium. Mr. Heri-y is well known hero having coached football at Smackover and played at HSTC. The banquet is a joint 'unclertaK- inr; by the Kiwanis, Rotary and Lir;n.'-, clubs of Hope. Ticket sales are limited but it was today that a few still are available. If you wish to attend contact Leo liay, Eddie Stewart or Dale Jones. Coaches Tollctt and Martin will also announce their lettcrmen and made outstanding awards. Every member of the football squad will be present. New York Dec. 13 — (ff) — The 1948-49 college basketball season is Behaving just like a two-week-old baby with the colic. It's full of upsets. Only five of thc 10 major conference champions of last season haven t been beaten. Baylor. defending Southwest champion and Western N. C. A A king lost three straight before whipping none other than the absolute national champion of ama- he Phillips up the Michigan State New Member of Western Loop Chicago, Dec. 13 W).— Micliigln f «? ™, ege was a new member of the Western conference today but nobody knew just when thc Big Nine would start functioning actively as thc Big Ten. Michigan Stale, East Lansing Mich., institution with a 10,000 enrollment, yesterday unanimously was voted conference admission by the ^league's nine faculty rcprcsen- Forrnal membership won't be granted Michigan State until a certifying committee goes through the motions of full-dress inspection of the Spartan school and submits tmal approval next spring. Meanwhile, the football coaches must wonder how the Spartans will fit into the picture for four sea- announced sons, including 1040 when Michigan otate plays its traditional sfate game with. Michigan. Oncce the certifying committee okays Michigan State the new member will bo a regular conference opponent for any other member it faces in footbaV. Both Michigan and Minnesota will be faced by Michigan State in 1950, and Indiana and Purdue may *u . 01 ] Ulc s l )atran grid slate by that time. A conference rule, however requires that a minimum of' six league games must be played for championship contention " Th-it means Michigan State, with no chance for the title until it can get a full conference schedule meanwhile.can spoil—or enhance-any conference opponent's ch.-ini- Verger Third in State; 2 All-State Men The Yerger High School Tigers finished in third place in the "Arkansas State Athletic Association Contercnce play according to the olficial standings that were compiled at the annual conference meeting held at Helena last Saturday. Hot Springs and Helena were tied for first place and were crowned Co-champions, and Tex- arkiina finished second in trie twelve team race 1 . Four Tigers were selected for All- State honors: Willie Harper, Verger righl guard, and Darwin Williams. Yerger left halfback, were named to the first. Captain Chester Jordan and Sub-captain James Wright were named on the second team at lel't halfback and left end respectively. Thc meeting was attended by assistant couch Free/el Calvin. Coach N. 11. Brooks and Principal N. M Brown. pionship chances. lor in Surprise "* of the Week Dallas, Tex., Dec. 13 — f/p) — Southwest conference basketball Play in the East, South and Saturday night I the spotlight. '<• /-if TDU;i«»]^1 Tli!.-, ,.-», Midwest this week but one e « Baylor vs Phillips Oilers — whose years gone in a little i f , *«->•*, uijii^ni^ u iiLiie boy of three and another about 16. t\ " er m a sons returned to the states. Three years later the father died, leaving the little boy alone with his older brother. This young man. now nearing 20 found himself in Teluride, Colo a Hold camp in the stage tradition. He had innate quality and a knack tor opportunity. He got two rooms above the New Sheridan, saloon restaurant and palace of chance at a glance, inappropriate environ , men . t . f, or an orphan child of six, the kid s best friends were a faro- dealer, who gave him a pearl cler by hat and a waitress named I'anny Dempsey, who cajo^d him to eat oatmeal for breakfast in stead of steak and fried potatoes, ten he bought from another free enterpriser a popcorn route among the brothels of Teluride and by all the social science he should have hanged at Canyon City about 1910 Ihc uear) derby 'became his crown. He wore it to bed, like the Kings in the comics, and when an austere lemalc got a straw sailor with Jong silk ribbons at the back and promised to take him to "irctis if IK.- would throw awav zation mons, Fitz was Chandler's organi- abottt releasing Fitzsim- and permission to contact granted case will them, then fall through. Conference Dallas, Dec. 13 -(/P)- Southwest Conference basketball teams now are carrying out a big intersectional schedule and starting next sea- to 'do H WiU b ° bCttel ' CC!ui PP cd The present campaign has been under way only two weeks and the conference has lost 10 intcrsection- al ^tilts out of 17. The faculty committee, governing body of the conference, meeting here over the week-end, recognized that the member schools were facing a handicap, particular- y m early season, and mov.-d .he date for opening of from Nov. 1 to Oct. 15. Thc conference fathers the plea of the basketball coaches hat they be allowed to start work as early as other sections so thev night have an equal opportunity intersectiona! competition The Southwest has been 'doing well nationally the past few years by a good finish. Last year Baylor wcnt to the finals of the N-tional Collegiate Athletic up practice accepted Six and Cali- Pacific Coast _ game at Bartlosvillc, Saturday night will have venge motive. Last week Baylor became holds Okla., a re- the f . :• — «.-.wi LH^UUIU U1U nisi college team since 1943 to defeat the mighty Oilers in regular season play. The Bears' 45-31 victory was their first of the year Phillips last year won the na' onaT U AA -,U "tie and formed half n-L, L Olympic basketball squad. -ine hottest pre-conferenco season teams are Southern Methodist and the University of Texas. Each has won four games in five starts week Oklahoma A. and M. the Missouri Valley titlist warmed against Arkansas then tripped second time out S against St. Joseph's of Philadelphia 4G-43. North Carolina State by far the best in the South Atlantic area last season lost its very first game to an independent textile mill team. Other champions who have fallen at least once are Kansas State from the Big Seven and Brigham Young from the Big "' " " " fornia from the Southern division. Way up on top just as everybody expected are Kentucky's mighty Wildcats. They started off by breezing past Indiana Central poured it on DC Paul and then slaughtered hapless 7'ulsa. Due to claim part of the national attention are the St. Louis university Billikins winners of the national invitation tournament last spring. The Bills have resumed operations with a pair of decisive triumphs. Kentucky and St. Louis which didn't meet last season may make connections late this month. Both are entered in the Sugar Bowl tournament at New Orleans along with Holy Cross the eastern N. C. A. A. champion and Tulane. Conference play is still a thing of the future in most sections but here's a December preview after two weeks of action. Eastern (Ivy) League: Columbia the champ unbeaten in two warm- up games. Yale looking very good beat Penn 72-GO Saturday in only league game so far. Eastern Independents: Holy Cross has won three easily. St. Joseph's of Philadelphia (5-0) drew raves in beating Oklahoma Aggies Big Nine: michigan (2-0) shows OA . -., ... ,^,,,,, s wuu every intention of retaining its 84 Points. Slater Martin of Texas 1947-48 title but only Illinois Wis- ~"' ^' T Southern Methodist added Eastern scalps to its belt last beating Niagara 07-47, and City College of New York, 62-56. Texas' top victory was a 49-40 decision over Oklahoma, pre-season favorite for the Big Seven championship. Arkansas, long a power in Southwest Conference cage play, failed to help its record any last week, lhe gangling Razorbacks dropped one to Long Island university 4236, and to Canisius, 60-51. Texas Christian and and M. broke into the umn for the first time Texas Christian downed Texas A. credit col- last week. East Texas State 63-54, and A. and M. beat Abilene Christian College 58-40 Other feature games this week match Arkansas against Kentuck at Lexington tonight Texas New York University Baylor Missouri A. and M. y vs. vs . . State Texas Christian vs Louisiana vs Denver Rut derby and the gave him spiritual tradi FOR SALE NAILS 8 Kecjs 3d Cement Coated Box Nails 80 Kegs 4d Cement Coated Cooltr Nails 24 Kegs 4d Bright Box Nails 38 Kegs 3d Bright Box Nails 40 Kegs Sd Cement Coated Cooler Noils 24 Kegs 6d Bright Box Nails 80 Kegs 7d Cement Coated Cooler Nails • PRICE — $9.00 per Ketj f.o.b. Prtscott, GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS WANTED-Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Caff 1000 or Contact Office he turned his back on her and (he circus. She left town and never saw him again although she was his own grown-up sister, reared m a convent and recently married Jane made an unpleasant impression in a matter of loyalty. To abandon the hat he would have had to repudiate the faro dealer Miss Fanny Dempsey older brother, of course-' the outlines of lions of the United States and evidence shows that a little hoy with out a mother or father, from a standing siart in a saloon gambling hall in a fronlie>- caing. ean become a fin He hoboed a vear west, including which in those clays u'as lhe western boy s equivalent of the modern summer camp, played football Colorado School of Mines m France in the first the years since has I the great Stales—a , - . tn <? early season I the |shuwmg of the conference teams the l u ' as poor. and K okl citi/eu across the north the harvest season The conference also declined to increase its lions had consin and Northwestern has lost so far. Midwest Independents: Western Kentucky (3-0) beal Bowling Green (Ohio) (3-1) 60-51 Saturday to association i avenge one of its two losses of last season. Notre Dame Cl-1) will win a lot of games. Southern: North Carolina State (4-1) is back on tbe track after los- Southern Methodist vs St. Louis and 0-exas vs. St. Joseph's (Phildel- phia). . Jack Brown of Southern Methodist university leads in scoring 84 points. Slater Mart' and Tom Hamilton of second and third with points respectively. Texas are 81 and GO membership. Appl'ica-1 ' na its °P enel '- North Carolina been received from I a "eronnial threat. (S-0) Texas Tech, Ilardin-Simmvons and the University nf Houston. In a secret ballot, the seven-member loon not to consider further appli lor three years. Young England fro Attend Special School at Magnolia York Dec. 13 (A 1 ).— Thc 1948 college football season goes down in the record book ns the year of no defense. National Collegiate Athletic Bureau defensive statistics released today show the new leaders turned in the highest— or "worst"— figures ever to earn a team first place in national defensive rankings. It was a case of "accentuate tr-n positive" as the nation's major grid teams went all out of offense and just hoped for the best on defense. Georgia Tech Northwestern took top spots in the four major classifications with defensive .figures that seem stratospheric compared to previous seasons. Georgia Tech won total defense honors by allowing 151.3 yards per game via botli rushing and passing a total almost twice that of last year's Ponn state mark of 7(i (! The previous high good for a national championship was the 141.7 turned m by Notre Dame in 1946. Georgia Tech led in rushinr' defense with a 74.9 figure almost live times as "loose" as Penn State's all-time record of 17.0 es- taolished in 1947. Rose Bowl bound Northwestern took forward pass defense laurels with a 54.1 yard yield per game considerably higher than the 1.047 state 1 ° f 39 ' 3 by N °' ih C ''"' olin:l .However Northwestern not only yielded fewer 1948 passing yards but also restricted its rivals to the lowest percentage of completions —J2.G per cent. Only others givin" up less than .34 per cent were Richmond 33.1 Illinois and Drake 333 each Brown 33. G and Boston University 33.8 Michigan's national champions Kept thc enemy off the Scoreboard more frequently than anyone else ' allowni" 44 points followed by' Uemson 53 Penn State 55 Tulane CO and William and Marv C7 But showing the stress on offense the previous "worst" to be best over a season in scoring defense was the 2 " yielded by Penn State last vear Oklahoma was the only Big"Seven or Southwest conference team included hi the top 15 in rushing deefnsc. The Soonors ranked 14th with a 108.1 yard yield per game. Top Radio Programs New York. Dec. 13 — i/?i — On the ail- tonight: . W 5 C ~~ 7 Cornelia Otis Skinner in Cavalcade drama H Don Voor liees concert, Lily Pons fi-30 I O Quiz 9 Contented concert 9:30 e "Wimpole Sor Stavts Working for Wake Forrssi for soldiered war and in as become one of miners of the United man of morals, abstern modest and, in a word, good. JMiualor is not necessarily con- Imed In slum!;. II was a rich man's son with every •'advantage" save moral naming and hereditary 1,, JU or whose career at trimming'weal- U..V suckers disgraced (he presi deney and shook the honor of millions. Epidemic Sweeps New Zealand . Auckland, New Zealand —Ui— An iniantile paralysis epidemic has nit most parts of the north island of New Xealand in the past year Most seriously affected recently has been Welington. where 40 were reported in two weeks, iirnied cases in Wellington' November 11147. total H!!.' In land there have been _;jt) the same period. Waco Tex., Dec. 13 -W)—Coach on Hob Woodruff starts his Baylor'--Bears pointing for Wake Forest today as the Bruins open drills for the lirst bowl game in the school's histor\—the Dixie at Birmingham Only light workouts are tiled this week. Heavy drills are on tap next week and "several hard workouts are planned after Baylor's football squad arrives in Birmingham. Knd J. H. Closs and Bad; Dud- Icy Parker are both expected to be in good shape for the bowl game. Closs has had a bad shoulder and Parker is recovering from a broken jaw. Southeastern: Kentucky (3-0). Tulane (5-0) could cause trouble. Missouri Valley: A dogfight among Oklahoma Aggies (1-1) St. Louis (2-0) and Bradley (2-0) a new member of the conference. Big Seven: The usual free for all Kansas State <2-2> is the defending champion with Oklahoma (0-1) and Missouri (1-11 figured as contenders. Big Six: Brigham Young (4-2) first last year had only 50-50 luck an eastern trip. Wyoming :4-0) and Utah (4-0) look strong. Southwest: Southern Methodist (4-1) made a fine eastern impression last week. Texas (4-1) strong ,and Baylor dangerous despite a ched- | weak start. Border: Arizona (1-0) the ruling king ready to challenge all comers. Pacific Coast (Northern division) — Oregon State (4-1) and Washington (4-()i tied last year and probably will fight it out again. Pacific Coast (Southern division) — California (4-3) the champ off lo a so-so start may improve. U. C. L. A. unbeaten in'ofur starts. vis ^ngland son 01 Mr. and Joe B. England, president of Shoyer Springs 4-H Club will attend the Tractor Maintenance Course at Magnolia A & M Col- llego December 13 to 15 as remv sentative of Hcmpstead county" lhe counties of Southwest Arkaii- line 7-30 sas will each have one live at (he school. The purpose of thc school is to iram leaders in tractor maintenance and care. These youth leaders will ventive tractor g, , , CBS' — (i Beulah i'rey talent scouts !' 9 My Friend Inna. ABC — 7 Gordon Uinrih Shor terKiei-nan in the Night .BHJV" ^Jitifaat BROADCASTING SYSTEM > PEA&QDY AWAfcQ L. > Monday p.m.. Dec. 13 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—ICT Captain Midnight-—M Tom Mix—M Salon Serenade News. Five Star Final '.. Today in Sports Henry J. Taylor—M The Falcon—M Gregory Hood—-M Hy Gardner—M Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Newsreel—M Ersklne Johnson—M Fishing & Hunting Club— "' Wcaton College Choir—M All the News—M Wally Wicken's Orch.—M Alan Holmes' Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign Off ; Tuesday a.m., Dec. 14 5:57 Sign On First Edition of News Hillbilly Hoedown Bargain Roundup Four Knights Hillbilly interlude : Market Reports Farm Breakfast Program > Riders of the Purple Sage Thc Devotional Hour Musical Clock News, Coffee Cup Edition Sunrise Serenade Slogan Parade '„ Arkansas News Roundup Cecil Brown—M Faith in Our Time—M Blcvins Program Blue Ban-on Presents Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M Gabriel Heatter's Mailbag —M Lanny Ross—M Kate Smith Speaks—M Kate Smith Sings—M Student Parade Music by Monroe Tuesday p.m., Dec. 14 12:00 News, Home Edition Market Time John Daniel Quartet Melody Mustangs Shortest 5 min. in Radio Eddy Arnold Show—M Queen for a Day Talk with Santa Clans—M Stilton's Livestock Sale Ozark Valley Folks—M Songs of Love The Johnson Family—M 1490 Club Swing Time Social Security Day by Day Adventure Parade—M Superman—M Captain Midnight—M Tom Mix—M Rhythm & Reason News, Five Star Edition Today in Sports News Comment Fulton Lewis, Jr. George O'Hamlin Show—M Official Deteclive—M Hy Gardner—M Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Newsreel—M Lone Wolf—M Bill Henry. News—M American Forum Bornie Cummin's Orch.—M All the News—M Benny Strong's Orch.—M Larry Clinton's Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sien-Ofi 5:30 5:45 0:00 6:15 0:25 G:30 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 '1:00 6:00 G: 05 6:25 6:30 0:45 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:40 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 slut 7:30 God- Radio Theater MacRac- in"Sal!y" 71.15 comment 3-30 9:30 On Trial show, \Val Stars The Falcon easeook 9 7:30 Fish MBS — 7 Gregory Hood and hunt club. Programs Tuesday. NBC — Ip. m. Double or Noth- Date with Judy !) Bi» representa- jTown drama . . .CBS — »•;«) a m" 'the Godfrey Hour 2:3(1 House party » : :jf) Life With Luigi. . ABC — II a. m. Welcome Travel ers 2 p.m. Ladies Royal Baby Described h> Public The first Princess London. Dec. 18 —(/Pi— public description of Elizabeth';; four-week old baby says he is 'golden haired with a most beautiful complexion " Countess Granville, sister of Queen Elizabeth who recently peeked at the prince at Buckingham pa ace, gave the description m a talk to a Girl Guide (scout) conference. care to 4-H Club and groups during the year. Cummins band. Radio Actor Ansni-r (<> I'ri'viiniN I'u/.zlt- VERTICAL 1 Spat 2 Crafts 3 Oriental measure 4 Sweet potatoes 5 Blemish C Enthusiasm 7 Gel up fi Pause 9 Within 10 Not as much 11 Epistle 14 He LET POY DO IT • Level yards * Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lots • Alto custom work. HAMMON& TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St FLOOR Sanditug and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile » Rubber T1U ROY ALLISON Phone 280 New York, Dec. 13 — (./P) — Be- lure they reach a final decision I'll the radio and television restrie Uuns voted last week by the minors, major league baseball men might do well to consult Hvmie l.ewin. . . Jlyjnie is the Veteran H'ijx oll'ice man lor the 20lh Cen- Uiry Sporting Club. He has been selling tickets for over 1!0 years land lias kept tabs on where' they [go. . .One point he brings out i's lhal there's usually a big out-of| town sale for a return bout, especially when the first fight had a controversial ending. . .The second l.iniis-.Schiiieliiig fight, for instance, brought ticket orders from all 4fj Males ninety per cent of the sale lor the second Louis-Conn tussle was from out of town and the see ond LouisAValeott go hud the big. gest out-of-town sale of all ... Obviously radio and newspaper re ports arouac-d the interest of folks who hadn't been there to see for themselves the iirst time. . .It still is debatable what they'd do if they I could view via video. Monday Matinee Penn Stale's Chuck Dra/.enovich who played (JOminute football as a blocking back this fall, will defend his intercollegiate heavyweight boxing title this winter. . . .After two months Chuck Fiynri Illinois publieitor says lie never made "in public for quotation" .the remark attributed to him in about the lllini being the Packers for taking this space ! grateful to 1 Perry Moss. | Dots All Brothers Stan Marc/.yk _tJ5-pound tackle from Nesuqehuniug Pa. not only :is the biggest player on North Ca'r ulina's Sugar Bowl football squad but he's the only Phi Beta Kappa student too. . .There isn't a rookie pitcher on the Cardinals' training camp list who was below .500 lust nd40St ^ ? Dispatch^' HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured radio star 12 Operatic solo 13 Property transferee 14 Strike 15 Swamp 17 Pigpen 19 Belongs to it 20 Thus 21 Seine 22 Female saint (ab ) 23 Myself 24 Electrical unit 18 Affirmative 25 Ralio 20 Since 29 Above 27 Pitch 32 Aeriform fuel 33 Transgress 34 Painful 35 Children 37 Pint (ab.) 38 Whirlwind 40 Stray 42 Bitter vetch 45 Alleged force 47 Registered nurses (ab.) 48 Golf mound 49 Peruvian undershrub 51 Social insect 62 Native of Alaska 54 Iroquoiap Indian 56 He stars in a series- on the radio M O L A H b S N A H b= S E P O P t E T 1 H A D E L 1 S I' E p R •••^ 1 P 1 P V A T .•'•' I P | O W •; T - fc T A 1 T •>;: O U Y M P 1 ife. -^v. O L N S T V Hi -i R u P i ff 0 ELYI TTO A V S i p A Y s *l N F 1 B A A R 'e F F_ r F R !•:" F G T O P T^ n A n s UA (> fci T u W K. L £, F B r> N n R 1 F R S T A 1 F N T N F n A T E q T A T S Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. 6897 In the Chancery Court ol Henipsteacl County, Ark Odies Phillips Plaintiff Jacqueline Phillips....Defendant lhe Defendant. Jacqueline Phillips is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer Philli™' mt ° £ tlH> PUlintiff ' Odie ? Witness my hand and the seal of C '° l "' t ^ dUy ° f Decemb er 28 Compass point 42 tenner 29 Hops' kiln 43 Garden tool 30 By way of 31 Conclusion 34 River 16 Hawaiian bird 36 Poem 37 Fondle 39 East (Fr.) 53 While 41 Depend 55 Of lhe thing Heavenly body 45 Preposition 46 Coloring lluids 47 Shower of C. E. Weaver, Clerk '. yesey, Ally for PHf. . 194U. Hon. Jno. P. Hon. John L 0. 13, 20, 2'. League Leaders LEGAL NOTICE " lhe tallowing described plot of and and small house is offered or sale by the Columbus School District No. 3 in Hempstead County, Amansas, to-wit: Commencing at the Southwest Corner of the Northwest Qua, ter o the Southwest Quarter of Section Iweiity-mne (29), Township Eleven (Hi, liange Iwenty-si i2Ci West and running West 395 yards to the point ol beginning on th e West side ol the Columbus and Fulton Road thence West 77 yards to a stake and thence in a northerly direction One Hundred I-ifteeii and One-Half yards (llii'ai to a slake, thence in '/o')t°, as i , clil ' c ' clioi > Ninety-lhree 193) yards to a stake, and thence in ?r-n°v'. : i , '-'"'-''t.'on Eighty-four U'-JP .\aics to the point of beginning said hmd containing One and Three quarter tl«., i acres more or less Any person interested in bti.viiv' such described properly should " indicate by sealed bid'to the n-lary u ( said school board Hicks, on or before Decemb'e . be opened fo d,U hv ln ,r l:i aate by the school board reject anv and all bid Signed„ , E. R. Brown NOV. aWec.^ so sec- Guy LJ<-cember 20, a. m.. The bids will nublie inspection at School tin lhe above school board. Said reserves the right to Schools

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