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'Page Four CLASSIFIED Adi Must Be In Office Day Before Publication HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Number of One Three Six One Day Days Days Month Words Up to 13 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 16 to 50 .45 .GO .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.90 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Eates are for Continuous Insertions Only '•' All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Real Estate tor Sale TWO SMALL HOUSES. LARGE lots, good location. $2500 and ' $2800. Immediate possession. Tyler Realty Service. ]3-3t 4 ROOM MODERN COTTAGE. well located. S2750. Tyler Realty Service. Bettor bargains in Estate. Heal For Sole GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. Me- Williams at McWilHams Seed Store, Hope. Arkansas. 9-lmo COFFEE TABLE, occasional chairs and mirror to match. Very modern. Phone 300 13-31 GERMAN C A M E R A, R 6 LU E~cord I, F35 Zciss lens, with '•leather carrying case. Flashgun, tripod, and fillers. Excellent condition. See at Shipley's Studio. J3.3t GROCERY STORE. STOCK OF groceries, part of fixtures, balance furnished with building. Small living quarters. See at 14th and Main. Phone 1258. ' 10-tf i FIXERS. BATTERY RAISED. THE MIDDLEBROOKS PROP- erty on 3rd and Pine, large frontage on both Streets, two story home, about 32 or 33 rooms, making four apartments with private baths, lots of closets and built in features, large two car garage, about two blocks to town. Ideal apartment house, rented now for $130. per month and one large apartment to rent and. one more room. Could build garage apartment. Recently ter- mited, plumbing repaired and • some of rooms papered, now in good shane. Price $12,500. this . property has been held for $15,000. We consider this one of the best buys in Hope. If interested will be glad to show it to you. Floyd Pprterfield & Son. 15-31 FIVE ROOM HOUSE, NEW ROOF, good paint, good founrlat" needs to be papered, located at 900 W. 4th. across from Court House block. Price S3,000. A good - buy. See Floyd Porterficld & Son. in-31 White Rocks. $1.00 each. Phono 9CO-W, Vernon Osburn, 805 W fith Street. 14_2 W Fair Enmagh By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. I Pine Bluff SeSIs Four Players SMALL LOW I gun and compressoi G55-.T. TABLE TOP GAS good condition. 322 B. invite .students of law and public affairs lo read carefully "ibis analysis of one of the more outrageous travesties on constitutional administration in that vast parasi- ic, predalory body, the American union movement. I think it is fair io insist that Mr. Tru/nan was defending, in his campaign speeches, the powers at the racketeers in.the hodcarriers' union whose constitution I will now examine for your education. The preamble, in a spirit of mockery, imitates the preamble to the constitution of the United States. . "Article 1 — Section 1. This body is sovereign and independent ol it's component parts." Can you -.magrnc what sort of | government we would have if the 'RESSURE PAIJVT (government of the United States pressor. $40. Phone were "sovereign and, independent 14-3t I 01 lts component, parts"? I Talk that over in the class room. Remember, this is an old A. F. of L constitution. It would be helpful in your studies to get a copy of this d'ocu- inent. The local in your town or neighborhood might-be willing to I Don Duffle" give you a copy although many of West.brook." Pine Bluff, Dec. 15 —(/?) — Four players have been sold by the Pino Bluff Cardinals of the Class C Cotton States League to the Reidsville, N. C 1 ., club of the Carolina League. They arc Catcher-Manager Johnny George, Infielders George Soiiter nnd Bobby Carlson and Pitcher Jimmy Jones. Wednesday, December 15, 1948 GRUEN CUREX WRIST WATCH, solid gold case, 17 jewels. Phone 055-J. ,}-3 RANGE IN East Avenue 14-3t 1933 FORD, NEW MOTOR, GOOD tires and clean throughout. Phone 651-J. ' 14-3J; CHRISTMAS GIFT SPECIALS $3.00 Fuller hair brushes, extra stiff nylon bristles. $1.95. See Mrs. Leon Bundy or Phone 138 14-61 men were who would be a tool of Wall the perslitious afraid you Street. "Section 2. — It (this body, meaning the union.) shall consist of the president, the vice presidents (six) and the general secretary- treasurer; and. in convention as sernbled (the last interim between Twenty-four members of the Bob cat football squad were awarded letters for play this season at i banquet at Hotel Barlow last night which was sponsored by the local Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary clubs About 135 persons attended. It was also announced that squad- men had named Tackle Burgess Garrett and Center Richard Brunei- as co-captains for next years squad. Senior IcUermen were: Jimmy Dick Mammons, James McCareo Charlie Wilson.. S A ,, conventions was 31 years and the foundation, NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE AND BVFH m 'mmum interval is five years) Lost WEIGHT BAY MARE, WEIGHT JiOO pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street, Phone 108G. 14-31 Close in. Across street school, and grocery store. 511 South Spruce. Phone from Apply 14-31 duly elected the local MAHOGANY VICTROLA records, Mahoc'any Library table Antique Selh Thomas Clock and Apartment siw Gas Refrigerator. Phone 200 after 3 p.m. 15-31 SERVICE STATION JACK, BE- tween South Hazel and South Elm. Phone 90. 15-31 BAY MARE, 5 FEET HIGH, ronched mane and scnr on right hip. Weight 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street, Phone 1080. . H-3t LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens • Cat 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 Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 REFRIGERATION SERVICE i'j 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 Sunday* 119 Edgewood Hope WANTED • PECANS • SCRAP STEEL • CAST IRON • CAR BODIES • JUNK BATTERIES • RADIATORS • ANY KIND OF METAL • BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street For Rent ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment. Private entrance snd bath I 703 West 7th. See Rao Luck. 13-31 ' ROOM HOUSE ADJOINING . city limits on SPG road. Phone 140. Ophelia Bolls. 14-3t these officers and the delegates reprcscntin unions." That is to say, for a period of four days once in five, ton. or more years, the national bosses may nominally share their sovereign, independent" power with Ihe delegates. Most of the delegates are local racketeers and the conventions are vast souseparties at the expense of hoi polloi. The hoodlums usually bring their "secretaries" along for the fun. Many ol the secretary are garish female tramps. "Section 3. — Its obioct shnll be Hope-Prescott Legionaires Play Thursday One of the largest crowds of the season is expected to be on hand Thursday night to see the Hope Legionaires tangle with the Strong Prescolt Legion team at the Hope High School at 8 o'clock. The tall Prescott team, composed of two Ward brothers, two Willis brothers, Jackie Morrison, former All-Stale from Ouachila, Osborn, and Gene Leo, is sure to give the fans some real basketball as they attempt to down the Hope boys tor the second time this season. Prescott won over the Hope Legion at Prescott earlier this season. The Hope Cagers, though rated the underdogs, will be trying hard for a comeback and a real" game is promised the fans. Gene Bearden Night Planned at Helena Helena, Dec. ir> (/?)— Tonight will be "Gene Bearden night" in this Mississippi river town. A dinner in honor of Bearden, the American League's best pitcher in 1948, will be given by Helena civic clubs. Diners will present the Cleveland Indian star with gifts. , Bearden is a native of nearby ;Lexa, Ark. _By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr.. 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- mont. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street. 14-3t Wanted JOB FIRING STATIONARY steam boiler. Day or night. See Charlie Alexander, Hope, Route 4, Box 305. I0-6t 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. Reynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 3G9-W City HrM. 4-lmo WINTER IS ON THE Better bring in those windows, wo will put glass while you shop. Noe-Bcnton Lumber Co., 178. broken in new Phone to unite under its banner for mutual protection all persons in work within the jurisdiction" of this racket. This means that its object is to corral, usually at an initiation lee of $50, all unbranded laborers under gangsters who are by the explicit provisions of the constitution "sovereign and independent" of the rank and file. . "Section 4. — The powers of this international union are legislative executive and judicial." That i's plain language. These high officers have the power to make the laws, administer them and sit as judges in cases brought against their rivals by .themselves. This .Section 4 conlmies: "As the sovereign authority it (the mob) has the power to revoke existing charters and lo govern, regulate and supervise these subordinate bodies." By revoking the charges of a prosperous local Ihe highbinders can grab its treasury. They fix their own salaries and expenses and hire their relatives for nominal- jobs at high pay. They do not have to account for the money and they don't. No local or rank and file member, indeed no subordinate of- ticer, can challenge the "sovereign racketeers on Wonted to Rent TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN- ished apartment, couple and child. Phone 1191. 7.31 FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR a family of 3. Immediately. Phone 490. 14.31 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 FOR SALE 8 Keys 3d Cement Coated Box N»ils 80 Kegs 4cl Cement Coated Cooler Nails 24 Keys 4cl Bright Box Nails 33 Kegs 5d Bright Box Nails 40 Kegs Od Cement Coated Cooler Nails Kegs 6d Bright Box Nails Kegs 7d Cement Coated Cooler Nails 24 80 » PRICE — $9.00 per Keg f.o.b. Prescott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS and independent" anything. "It," (Ihe small ruling mob) "is empowered to decide the rights, privileges and oblTgation's out of membership." The members of Ihis union most other union men arc dumb lo understand what arising and too thi •may profit- means. But students ably challenge their teachers" to analyze this. Most of the teachers are intellectually crooked but the students are getting smart. 'All matters of general importance shall be referred to il" (The sovereign, independent rnob) This means everything. Everything. 'Its decision on all such mailers shall be final." Imagine our delegating such powers to cogrss, th • Prsidtelm power to cogress, the President and ^Ihe supreme court. "Excepa as otherwise nrovided uic legislative power can be exercised only in convention and bv referendum." But the litlle roster of mobsters- runs the conventions, as you will si'o a few paragraphs later. And. between conventions. Ihe mob has sovereign, independent" power to doc-id what propositions lo submit to rc'lerenduni. "When the union is not in convention, all its executive and juci- cial powers are vested in the executive board" meaning the same !iiob. When conventions are 31 ••ears apart, as they were from I .111 to 1942, this means thai no 'Hire than eight racketeers exercise all those powers. To determine whether the rank •inrl file want a convention, referendum sheets are mailed to the locals. The local racketeers fill hem in and send them back. If he big mob doesn't want a con- •vntuni, the word is passed lo the • ocal crooks who comply in respect lor that provision which gives the ... shots power to revoke their charters. Tile headquarters originally was WANTED - Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Coll 1000 or Contact Office CHRISTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monts Seed Store REFRIGERATORS and Used • See us for New Refrigerators. • Stt us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New arid Uted. McPherson Appliance Co. Your PrlQldalre Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 Joe MartindaTe,' W. H. Gunte'r! Bobby Joe Lee and Dale Hockctt Returning Icttcrmen are: Odis Keith. Burgess Garrett, Mitchell LaGrone, Wesley Huddleston, Richard Brunei-, Bobby Harris, Roger Weal. Edsei Nix and John Watson Practically every letlerman was named to Ihe National Scholastic Athletic Society. Don Duffic. guard, was awarded a gilt by Mr. and Mrs. Finley Ward as (he athlete with the best scholastic record. A gold football was awarded to Buddy Button by the Arkansas Democrat, which selected him to Ihe newspapers all-slate team. Coach Lawrence Martin introduced principal speaker Allen Berry who encouraged the graduating members to go to school in Arkansas if possible as it will help them if they intend to make their homes in the state. The crowd was well pleased with Mr. Berry's address which left them lau"hihe most of the way. Leo Ray acted as chairman and introduced Coaches Tollett, Martin and Jack Hopkins and their wives. Charles Dana Gibson introduced Fred Giles, connected with the Arkansas War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock and Mr. Ray introduced ex- Bobcat Coach Foy Hammons. Following a dinner that featured turkey and dressing, a tape-recorded broadcast of the Hope-Nashville game was played by John McLeod. Sports Loop By CARL BELL Little Rock, Dec. 15 —(/P)— You can pick a sure winner in Saturday's shrine bowl football game here without knowing a thing about jibe competing teams. That winner will be a crippled child somewhere who hasn't the money to pay for curative treat- jinents. Favored Hardin-Simmons may come out on top of the score, or Ouachita may spring an upset. But the crippled children can't lose. Proceeds of the game—after deductions are made to pay the loanis and officials—will go to the shrine's crippled children's hospital at Shreveport, La. This is one ol. several children's hospitals opcr- ^alecl in this country by shriners. The only requirements for entrance to one of the hospitals are that a child must need treatment and be unable to pay for it in a private hospital. Shriners hope lor a crowd of 15,000 at the inaugural Arkansas shrine bowl game. After this year's tilt, which had to be arranged hurriedly, they hope to have major bowl games which will pack war memorial stadium and make the crippled children even bigger winners. Chicago, Dec. 15 — (UP) — Many deals involving very few top flight slars seemed lo be Ihe pattern for Ihe oncoming winter today as major league club owners adjourned a two-day session which featured three big trades. The latosl was Ihe sending of First Baseman Eddie Waitkus and Pitcher Hank Borowy to the Philadelphia Phillies from the Chicago Cubs. In return the Cubs got Pitchers Emil (Dutch) Leonard and Waller (Hot Dog) Dubicl. Of this quartet, only Waitkus has been a sought-after ball player. _ The left-handed hitter had "a .290 mark and drove in 44 runs in 139 game last season. He particularly impressed Branch Rickey for the Dodgers who tried at length to swing a deal for him. Borowy won only five games and lost 10 last season and had an unimpressive earned run mark of 4U.89. Leonard, Ihe ancient knuckleball castoff of the Washington Senators, won 12 and lost 17 and had a 2.51 earned run figure, biel, an ex-Yankee won eight losl 10 and earned run figure 2.51. Selection of Fayettevillc as the site of the 1949 southwest conference track and field meet means more than it might seem. It sig nals another step in development ot a well-rounded athletic program at the University of Arkansas. It will be the first time the big southwest meet has ever been run off in Arkansas. And it should do much to increase interest in the efforts of Razorback track coach Hobe Hooser to put more emphasis on the sport at the university. Until Hooser took over the Porker Thinclads, track amounted to little at most at Arkansas. The Hanoi-backs entered a few men in the conference meet just for the sake of entering and with little hope of scoring many points. But in two years under Hooser the Razorbacks have finished third twice against strong conference fields. Their Clyde Scolt has won the hurdling and 100-yard dash championships and was a star in the Olympic games. Hooser still has a long way to "O to build a track and fie'ld power in Fayetteville, but he's on his way. Oaklawn Park at Hot Springs is being •'dressed up" for its spring horse racing meet beginning Feb. 21 and another banner season is expected. All stalls inside the grounds have been allotted. The [trade is in top condition and the i seating capacity is being increased by nearly 1,000. Duand was Ex-Major League Player to Manage Bathers Chicago, Dec. 15 —-l.l'i— The new manager of the Hot Springs, Ark., Bathers of the Class C C'ottoii States League is Ervin (Pete) Fox, lormer major league outfielder. His appointment was announced here yesterday by Johnny Rigney. farm director of the Chicago White Sox. Fox, who .spent 13 years in the majors, will succeed George Sobck. in Albany, N. Y., then moved lo uincy, Mass., and naturally gravitated to Washington duriiu;' the war. The move to Washington was arbitrary but the constitution now says it can't be moved from there except by a referendum, a majority vole in convention or, of course an atom bomb. Moreschi can block any such referendum and of course in convention he can kill any proposal. He likes Washington. Inci dentally, this provision just sprang into being. It never was 'adopted." Tliis is not loose talk about Mo reschi's control of the eonveiilio!!. That is provided in Article 3, Section 13, which says "the committee on credentials shall consist of the president i Moreschi I. the sec- i\ tary-treasurer this old pal and pardner. Persion.i and there dele- j^.atus" appointed by Moreschi. He also appoints the resolutions committee which kills all proposals Ho curtail his power. IK. 1 appoints t;<J3 ot/KT committees'. Well, there is an old. substantial A. I' 1 , o! 1.. constitution for you. Talk it u)) in class and see how in would like lo live under such provisions in a national government. This racket has had a million members, most of whom paid $50 to get in. And President Truman damned the Tail-Hartley lav.' as an attempt to enslave the Amer icaii worker. High school cage notes: Fayetteville, Arkansas' defending Class A basketball champion, lost its first start this season. The defeat was administered by an out-of-state team, Tulsa. Okla.. central. . .Pine Bluff, with a nucleus of stars of last spring's state tourney. may bear watching this campaign. . .A treak practice accident has knocked a Russellville star out of action for the season. Don Crosby suffered a thigh fracture when he landed on both feet in an apparently normal .maneuver after leaping to catch a pass. Clyde Scoit may not have been 100 per cent a one-man football team this year, but you couldn't convince the Texas Christian Horned Frogs of that. A TCU news release said "Oklahoma, Texas and Clyde Scott gave the Frogs the most trouble." New York, Doc. 15 — (/P) — Northwestern's Bob (Rose Bowl) Voigts, who used to be an assistant lo Paul Brown, tells friends he doesn't think there's any doubt that Brown wants to quit pro foot ball — if he can land in California . . .Now that Bert LaBruchcrie, jy.'ho was less successful than Paul 'in making the jump from high school, has vacated that UCLA job what can you gel by adding i\vo and two?. . .What's this rumor we hear that the Kentucky freshman basketball team has a 'sevenfoolcr named Steiffcr who is tabbed as "better than Bob Kurland" by Coach Adolph Rupp —- and a guard named Whiltaker who's called "an other Ralph Beard?." Tonight, starting at 7:30, two games will be played at the High School between A and B team cagers of Hope and Arkadelphia. The practice contest will give the fans a fair idea of what can be expected here this season in the way of basketball. Coach Jack Hopkins has a large squad which will have to be cut and there should bo plenty of hustle on the part of plavers trying to stave off the ax. It will be the first game of the season for Hope and team is not expected to hit its stride until after the first of the year. Today's Guest Star Ralph Warner, Brarlcnlon, Fla., Herald: 'Every time a heavy weight wins a bout, he emerges from the ring hollering for a shot at Champ Joe Louis. If all the heavies clamoring for n Louis go were laid end to end, it would be"a natural position for most of them." Bvion One Minute Sports Page Hank Iba of Oklahoma A. and M tabs the Southern Methodist bas ketballers as possibly "the good young club in the country." He fig ures Texas is too short on reserves to hit the top this year . . . Won der if Eddie Robinson, just traded lo Washington, will keep his off season job selling season tickets for the Indians?. . ..Dick Harris of Texas. labeled the "crippled threat" of Southwest Conference football. picks Oklahoma over I North Carolina in the Sugar Bowl. He played against both this season and considers the Tar Heels the 'most fired up" team he ever faced. . . . Aggies Still Considered Paris, Dec. 15 —(/Pi—Russia cast her twenty-ninth veto in the United Nations security council today to keep Ceylon out of the United Nations. The veto was Russia's second on Ceylon's membership bid. The Soviets now have used 13 of their 29 vetoes in the council to bar seven countries from membership Before turning to the vote on Ceylon, the council put off action on Israel's membership application until Friday. Russia's Jakob Malik and Delegate Vassili Tarasenko of the So viet Ukraine cast the only two votes against Ceylon. First they argued strenuously against reconsideration of Ceylon's application. The 9-2 vote was the same as that at Lake Success last Aug. 18, when Russia first vetoed Ceylon. The council adjourned after the vote on Ceylon. The next meeting was scheduled for Friday morning. The French motion to postpone action on Israel until Friday carried with eight votes. The council also accepted a suggestion from December President Fernand Van Langenhove of Belgium to postpone discussion of the Hyderabad complaint against India until next month at Lake Success. Applicants for U. N. membership need at least seven, of the 11 council votes forapproval, but any of the five big powers — Russia, the United States, Britain. France and China —can defeat the majority with a single negative vote This is the veto. The Republican government of Indonesia asked the security council to hold a special meeting to consider the Dutch-Republican conflict in Indonesia. Chandler Defers Decision Sam Snead !s Favorite in Havana Meet Havana. Dec. 15'—M>j—The final round was scheduled today in the Havana best-ball golf tournament with Sam Snead of Sulphur- Springs. West Va., favored to grab i the biggest portion of the S17 500 I purse. ' ' ! The slammer with a SB-hole 127 has a three-stroke lead over his nearest pursuers. I Under the unique style of plav a professional teams with two amateurs and can pair with either Snead has needed little help from his partners since he is scvcn- unclor par for the first two rounds of the 54-hole event. His individual score is 137. Par is 72. Snead's best-ball 127 is three strokes better than that of Johnny Palmer of Badin. N. C., Skip Alexander of Mid Pines. 1 N. C and E. J. Harrison of Little Rock Ark who share' 130's. Jimmy Demarel of Ojai, Calif., had the best round yesterday— a coui-.se record equalling 64. eight under par. But he trails in the best- all standings with 131. However, Demarel is just one stroke back of Snead in individual scoring with 138. Alexander follows with 13!) and then comes Palmer at HO. Chicago, Dec. 15 — (/!>) — Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler has reserved until January decision on the "Freddy Fitzs'immons tampering ease" involving Leo Durocher and the New York Giants. I All parlies concerned refused to talk about the matter. Chandler has given no indication what penalties — if any—he may hand out. However, .most baseball people believed that Duroeher, Fitxsim- mons and the Giants would get off with fines. Chandler called the investigation after the Giants signed sm- inons as a coach while he was still on the reserve list of the Boston Braves. Durochei 1 and Fitzsimmons told I their stories to Chandler yesterduy lln a closed hearing. When Leo came out after an hour and -10 minutes of questioning, lie put off newspapermen with a "no cam- mem" answer. "l^hear you sold your piy." "Yep. sold him this morning " "What did you get for him 1 ' 1 ' 1 "EiKht dollars." "What did it cost you to raise him?" "Paid S3 for him and $5 for feed.' "Didn't make much, did you?" "Nope, but I had his company all fall." Top Radio Programs New York, Dec. 15 —i/P)—Special lor tonight: CHS—9:30 addresses of Vice- president-elect Alben W. Barkley i James.Farley and Floyd Odium at New York's town hall award dinner for Sen. Barkley. Shows for tonight: NBC—7 Blondie's Dagwood: 7:30 Great Gildersleeve 8:30 District Attorney: 9 Big Story, , CBS-G: 30 Club 'Crosby 7:30 ;Dr. Christian; t! Your Song and I Mine «:30 James Mellon. j ABC—7 Amateur Hour: 8 Milion jBerle U Bing Crosby Time, Bob ;llope Guest; 9:30 Meredith Willl-1 ' MBS—7 Can You Top This 8: HO j Family Theater 'A Daddy lor jXmas;" 9 Manhattan Playhouse. Thursday Programs: NBC—12 Noon'Lunch With Lopez CUS—12:45 Guiding Light. ABC—:.) a. m. Breakfast Club. MBS—-10:45 a. m. Lanny Ross. HURT IN ACCIDENT Magnolia, Dec. 15 — i/P> — Jesse J. Heeves, about 50, was injured I critically in an unusual accident inure today. Reeves, a Columbia county highway shop employe, was placing air [in the tire of a large motor patrol 1 when a rim blew off. Reeves was ! struck in the forehead, and his skull was fractured. Dot All, Brothers Snorter Luster, former Okla ho ma U. football coach, now is tu toring the Sooner boxing team, which recently won its eighth straight dual meet Marvin Small, Kansas football player ruled ineligible last summer, is in the K. U. law school. . . .Wonder if he's preparing an appeal? Fights Lasf Nighfr By The Associated Press Buffalo. N. Y. — Phil Mnscato, 191 1-2, Buffalo, knocked out Bob Sikes, 189. Little Rock, 2. Philadelphia — Harold Johnson, 173 1-2, Philadelphia, knocked out Willie Brown, 182, New York, 7. (Top regular bout on Joe Louis-Ar luro Godoy exhibition card). Los Angeles — Maxic Docusen, 129 1-4. New Orleans, outpointed Manuel Ortiz, 12G H, El Centre Calif., 10. (non-title). Topeka, Kas. — Kenny Barton, 101, Tooek;., stopped Joey Hartfield, 1GO, Omaha, G. Kansas City — Bert Lytell, 163 1-2, Kansas City, outpointed Sylvester Perkins, 160 1-2, Chicago New York, Dec. 15 — (UP) — The Oklahoma Aggies left New York today after Iheir annual bas-A kctball pilgrimage to Madison* Square Garden, but they were a good bet to play a return engagement come tournament time. . Displaying their now famous possession game, the cautious Cowpokes walked lo a 4R lo 38 victory over a good Long Island university five last night in Ihe huge Eighlh Avenue arena. The Aggies limited themselves to only 40 shots at the basket,, but made Hi of them count for scores. Bob Harris, lanky center, dunked^ in seven of Ihosc baskets and add-™ eel two free tosses for 1C points. Lou Lipman led Ihe losers with 19 tallies. At Boston. Ihe Holy Cross Crusaders made il four straight vie lories without a defeat by edging Bowling Green. 72 to 08, in over- lime. The cozy Crusaders ran .down the Ohio squad in the extra ses sion after Bob Cousy's basket deadlocked the score al 04-all at Ihe end of the regulation time. George Kaftan, the high-bounding Cross cen-*^ ter, dunked 21 points, two less than'™ JBowlin" Green's Charlie Share. In the second game of a doubleheader al the Boston garden, a crowd of 9.577 was treated to another overtime session at Dartmouth edged Harvard, 72 lo 68. Eel Leede, Indian capilal, was unstoppable as he posted 34 points. Bill Prior led the Harvards with 24 markers. In other important New England games, Yale rolled past Connecticut, (il to 44: Rhode Island State whipped New Hampshire, 84 to 41,'< and Tufts edged Boston College, C9 to r,G. Tulane, the lone power outfit in the deep south, swamped Southwestern Louisiana. 84 to 49, for ils seventh straight. Clemson turned back Wofforcl, 49 to 44; West Virginia- spanked Wake Forest, (12 to 49 and Florida dumped Tampa, 50 to 45. Princeton, the dark-horse in the Ivy League, had a litlle trouble before defeating LaFayetle, 48 to 42, and Niagara whipped a good a. Cornell team, 54 to 47. » In the Midwest, St. Louis Uni- versily's Billikens came back from a three-point deficit at the half lo edge strong Kansas Stale, 51 to 45, and Cincinnati trampled Kentucky Woslcyan, 81 lo 4(i. Out Wesl, Texas Tech hammered Arizona State. 50 lo 39; Rice nipped Sam Houslon, (if! to GO California trounced Utah Stale, 72 lo 57 behind Mike O'Neill's 26 points. By United Press Jersey Cily , N. J. — Tony Riccio. 152 1-2, Bayonno, N. j.. out pointed Joe Martino, 149, Newark N. J., . New York (Broadway) — Tony Pellone. 147 1-2. New' York, otit- ooinled George La Rover, 147 ]•' Philadelohia , 10. New York — (Park) — Al Guiclo 144 3-4, New York, outpointed JKoey Carkido, 138, Youngstown, O., 8. Salem. Mass — Red Perkins. 138 Lynn, Mass., outpointed Tommy Mills, 140, New York, 10. Basketball Results By The Associated Press East: Holy Cross 72 Bowling Green (Ohio) GC. CCNY 79 Brooklyn College 58. Dartmouth 72 Harvard Gil' Oklahoma Aggies 40 Long Island South: Southwestern Tenn 59 Miss College 59. William & Mary 77 Virginia Military 54. Midwest: St. Louis 51 Kansas State 45. Western Michigan 50 Arkansas Stale 39. Southwest: I Rice G8 Sam Houston Stale (i(i. Arkansas College 52 Missouri Baptist 47. Henderson 49 Magnolia A&M 41 Far West: California 72 Utah Stale 57. San Francisco Slate (il Sacra menlo College 50. Oregon Slate 43 Willamette 41. Citation on 'Sick List' After Race -.* San Bruno, Calif., Dec. 15 — (UP i —Citation, the wonder-horse of the age, was through with the racing wars today for at least three months. "Hot-spot" — which is an inflamed swelling caused by a strain or blow—on the left foreleg forced Ihe three-year-old Calumet comet out of training for Ihe firsl lime in his career. The injury. Trainer A Jimmy Jones said, is not serious. ' Beautiful New Neighbor: "Little boy, I need a loaf of bread from the store. Do you think you could go for me?" Neighbor Boy: "No, but I heard Dad say he could in a big way." Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. (iOlG In the Chancery Court of i Heinpstead County. Ark. ; ' V. O. GIBSON : Plaintiff ASLEE 'GIBSON .... Defendant The Defendant, Aslee Gibson is warned lo appear in this court U'ithin thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, V. O. Gibson. 'Witness my hand and Ihe seal of said court this 14 day of December C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Owera Evans, D. C. W. S. 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