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Pago Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, December 20/1948 Ads Murt Be In Office Day Before J*ubUc«Uon Number of One Three Six Orvc ^ Words tip to 15 . 18 to 20 ... 21 to 25 .. 26 to 30 ... 31 10 35 ... 36 to 40 ... 41 to 45 40 to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .73 .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. DO 2.50 3.00 3. SO 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates arc for Continuous Insertions Only i All Want Ads Cash in Advance ' Not Taken Over the Phone For So!e GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M Me- Williams at McWilliams Seed ^Store, Hope, Arkansas. 0-lmo GROCERY STOKED STOCK~~OF groceries, part of fixtures, balance furnished with building. Small living quarters. See at 14th and Main. Phone 1258. 10-tf For Rent 5 ROOM HOUSE ADJOINING city limits on SPG road. Phone 140. Ophelia Bolls. 14-3t 3 ROOMljNFURNISIIFD APART^ meiil. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street. 14-3t By Weal-brook Peg lor Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate, 2 MODERN UPSTAIRS IJNFUHN- ished apartments. Phono 417 lfi-3t ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH for working men or women. White House. 220 East Second Street, Phone 11'1-R. 17-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT. PRI- vatc bath. No children or pets. Couple only. Phone 304. Miss Iiillie Middlobroolts. lfi-3t Estate for Sale FRYERS. BATTERY RAISED. White Rocks. $1.00 each. Phone 966-W, Vernon Osburn, 805 W, fith Street. !4-2w SMALL LOW~PRES3URlElpAINT gun and compressor. $40. Phone 055-J. 14.31 GRUEN CUREX WRIST WATCH, solid gold case, 17 jewels. Phone 655-J. 14-3t TABLE TOP GAS~RANGE~IN jrood condition. 122 East Avenue B. ' H-3t 1938 FORD, NEW MOTOR, GOOD tires and clean throughout. Phone L G51-J. 17-31 CHRISTMAS GIFT SPECIALS. $3.00 Fuller hair brushes, extra stiff nylon bristles.. SI.95. See Mrs. Leon Bundy or Phone 138. 14-Gt NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE AND BATR Close in. Across street from school, and grocery store. Apply 511 South Spruce. Phone 1155-J. M-3t TWO SMALL HOUSES, LARGE lots, good location. $2500 and $2000. Immediate possession. Tyler Really Service. 13-3t 4 ROOM MODERN COTTAGER well located. $2750. Tyler Realty Service. Better bargains in Real Estate. " 15-3t FIVE ROOM HOUSE, NEW ROOF, good paint, good foundation, needs to be papered, located at !)00 W. 4th, across from Court House block. Price S3,000. A good buy. Sec Floyd Porterfield & Son. 15-31 MAHOGANY VICTROLA " AND records, Mahogany Library table Antique Scth Thomas Clock and Apartment size Gas Rcfrigcra- , tor. Phone 200 after 3 p.m. 15-31 | 1941 PONTIAC TWO DOOR SEDAN $975. Phone 651-J. 10-31 TWO YOUNG POTMY lvlTnT:s~ suitable for children. Also 0 pigs. Phone 1176-J-2. 17-31 FANCY SCHLEY PAPER SHELL pecans, 25c per pound. Smaller size, 15c. Dr. Chas. A. Champlin, 404 South Elm St. 20-31 MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, garage, attic fan, floor furnace, landscaped, 220 East 15th street. Can be financed FHA or GI, small monthly payments. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. GARAGE, new throughout. 75 by 231 lot. Itllh and South Elm, FHA or GI loan available. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN throughout. 100-foot frontage, located on East 14th street. FHA or GI loan. TWO-STORY, FOUR BEDROOMS, two baths, garage. This is an SPG home. Make us an offer, FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance. Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 1G-31 Losfr BAY MARK, WEIGHT 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street, Phone 1086. 14-3t SERVEL KEROSENE REFRIGER- ator in good condition. Write Clifford Powell, Pntrnos, Arkansas, Route 1. 20-31 GOOD SIZE FRYERS FOR ONLY ,$1.00 each. Phone 445-J. 20-31 NoHce WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. .H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo WINTER IS ON THE WAY' Better bring in those broken windows, we will put in new glass while you shop. Harlan- Noe-Benton Lumber Co., Phone 178. 11-Vt NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE MAGA- zines for Christmas. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. Phone 211 or nights Phone 360-W. IG-lmo AVOID HOLIDAY RUSIlT^TOVE repair, all models, makes and kinds. Any place, any time. Call "Oscar The Fix-It" in Hope 17 years. T. B. Femvick, Sr., Phone 195-W. 18-31 Wonted JOB FIRING STATIONARY steam boiler. Day or night. See Charlie Alexander, Hope, Route 4, Box 305. 10-Gt REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 SERVICE STATION JACK, BE- tween South Hazel and South Elm. Phone 90. 15-3t BAY MARE, 5 FEET HIGH, reached mane and scar on right hip. Weieht 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street, Phone 1080. 14-31 ONE WHITE SIDE WALL RIM. If found please call Jessie Sinclair. Phone 339-M. 10-3t LEWALLEN SETTER, 7 YEARS old. Roan soeckled color. Name "Chub", is hard of hearing. For reward see Harvey Allen, Phone 370, Tol-E-Tcx Station. 17-3t DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT ring Thursday downtown. Reward for return to Mrs. Jim Huckabee, Phone 1052. 18-31 BLACK AND TAN FEMALE hound dog and brown shaggy fice dog. Reward. W. L. Alton, Phone 723-W, 311! N. Kim. 20-31 Wonted to Rent 1 TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN- ishcd apartment, couple and child. Phone 1191. 7-31 FURNISHED A a family of Phone 490. Use of hand-made paper bags for packing food started in the United States in lliOO. Washington, Dec. 10 —f/P) —"I jdon't think any Jiian should sit on • this court and run for any office. If he is going to run he .should get off the court." The justice of the supreme court who said this had only recently made a speech amounting to a wistful solicitation of political af fection before an organization whose record of anarchy , bloody brutality, communism and practi cal fascism has been a historic menace to freedom in the United States of A. The Justice is William O. Douglas, and the political power which he courted with a corny pro tense of homespun innocence is the All these rough-hewn, craggy guys with the frightwig haircut's come, to think they are lincolns and they think nil they have to do to be Lincolns is talk dirty and patronize a lot of bums representing i''the people.'' but Douglas's fraud more truly resembles the act of Huey Long, which is a compliment of sorts because (he Kingfish was great company when you weren't playing for keeps. Huey was capable of genteel manners and speech but shrewdly affected the foul and course on the correct assumption that more American than are revolted by the insinuation than are revolted by the insinualoin that they have sordid minds. This is Bill Douglas all over and his lurking dishonesty and ambitious cynicism behind the front of Ichabod homelicss make him a dangerous political personality. I am not acquainted with his oratorical style, but that is a mere Thespian trick. Huey. Hitler. Roosevelt and Gerald L. K. Smith all developed style, and Mr. Truman, after a bashful start, became a demagogue with a snarling, hateful delivery in the last stage of his campaign. The CIO's record of lawless conduct is incomparably worse than that of the modern Ku Klux Klan ol the 'twenties. It is richer financially, with an actual power of taxation and a first lien on their wages, written into the cmploymdcnt contracts of millions of citizens with'the support of the ational government. That the klan never did have. The CIO can fjy at the throat of American commerce — and life — at the whim of any small group of bad man among the particular political friends of Justice Douglas They are _restrained only by' the flimsy forbiddance of the Tart-Hartley law. Once that law be repealed and the Truman government is worn to repeal it absolutely, there will be no law to forbid unions in •he CIO to call "jugular" strikes, •the Ku Klux Klan never had that power. The CIO's goons and vandals swept over Michigan, Ohio and pa ,. ts of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois and California, terrorizing American communities, usually in collusion with agents of the Communist conspiracy, mobbing, wrecking looting and driving governors, sheriffs and police into their kennels like frightened curs when thev were supposed to be watchdogs. At its worst in Indiana, the klan was only a gang of neighborhood cut-tips by comparison. Essayists who have occasion to discuss Douglas and his "philosophy," which is very elusive, take pain to say that they do not regard him as a demagogue nor im -pugn Ins sincerity. They are either timid or deceived. He is a demagogue and he is insincere. In my discussion with him I vended the fact that he was aware that the C. I. O. was infested with Communists and had been so contaminated during the long time Californians Top Tennis Pair in U. S. New York, Dec. 20 — I/Pi —California continues to bo the tennis incubator of the United States. The national amateur rankings for 194B, just out. are dominated by strolters from the Golden state , • M • with Dick Gon/alcs of Los Angeles H^T M £F? and a transplanted California.! " f he P '?! !E Mrs. Margaret Osbornc Du Pont' ?,,•/,' ,, heading their respective divisions' :l S V" collld _By Hugh 8. Fullerton, Jr._ :!spective divisions. Mrs. Du Pont earned her lobs and drop shots in San Francisco but has registered "rom Wilming|ton, Del., since her marriage. | Four of the first five men are Californians, as are 13 in the top twenty. The women's list has 11 from the Pacific coast state in the first twenty, exclusive of Mrs. Du Pont. The rankings don't become offi- Philadelphia, Dec. 20 —OT —The combination of a "world championship and the imminent end of I the pro football war probably will Alexis Thompson as owner Philadelphia Eagles for at while longer. . . .But be that the sale of the newly-crowned champions into "home ownership will come up before the end of the meeting that start:; this morning. . . .Lex hnsnt exactly endeared himself to his fellow owners by moaning about his teams financial losses, nor to the Philadelphia fans by staying in New York and paying comparatively little attention to the team.. IT wo Philadelphia offers for groups have cial until they r.rc approved by the ! m ,-° offors for the club and U. S. L. T. A., whieh meets Inn Jhorn P snn was just about ready io <22. Normally, approval is a'routine ? c '- c ^ { ono $250.000 bid early this -- - routine matter but there have been squabbles. Ted Schroeder of La Cresccnta Lalif., was ranked second behind Gonzalos in the men's division. The Veteran Frank Parker of Los Angeles was ranked third, fol- ; lowed by Billy Talbert of New York and Bob Falkcnburg of Beverly Hills, Calif.- fall. . .One official, who didnt want his name mentioned, that Thompson, like pointed out many other .v-'ealthy men, might be short of liquid assets, especially after los- 'ing a lot of dough on football and midget auto racing. on a up By Pen Phlegar New York. Dec. 20 — f/P) — If junior wrote that he'd be horn" irom college for Christmas, it's a cinch he's not a basketball player. A large slice of college cage 'talent will be half a continent or more away from its usual firesides coin* like when the man with the whiskers ** ° comes down the chimney. Take a look at these travel plans: Four Big Nine schools — Ohio State, Michigan, Northwestern and Dimc^ Wisconsin — will be on the wcst'Jin i£ I coast this week. Four i schools — Oklahoma, Colorado, Iowa State and Nebraska — will be What Kind of Head The Phillies are very high Willie "Pucldinhead'' Jones, young infielder who'll come for another trial next spring. . . And manager Eddie Sawyer "is said to believe not only that Puddin- heacl will stick but that he will become the National Leagues best third baseman since Pie Traynor. . As a sample of Jones aggressiveness. Eddie tells about the time Willie was beaned in Toronto last summer. Sawyer figured on giving him a rest, but when Willie saw Pro Ranks to Try to End Philadelphia, Dec. 20 f/P). — The first real effort to end the three- year professional football war between National League and the All- America conerencc was to bo made today. But the flat announcment from the two leagues that their representatives will meet hero to discuss peace terms brought a fresh flood of conjecture about how it can be accomplished. Legion Goes to Laneburg Tonight The American Legion Independents journey to Laneburg tonight for a basketball game with the Nevada County five. All players are asked to meet at Hurry Hawthorne's at. 0:30 p.m. Jewish Group Commends Wos-k of Irene Dunne Hollywood. Dec, 20 —(/I')-— The national conference of Christians and Jews has named Irene Dunne as the person "who has clone most in UM3 to promote better understanding among peoples . of all faiths.' Spyros Skouras, film executive and a director of the conferene, announced Feb. 4 which the The only definite information; receive the given out was the statement by lunchon. the dale on actress will formally award at a New York Admiral Jonas Ingram. A.A.C. commissioner, that .Ben F. Lindheimer of Los Anegelcs. Dan Top-' been ping of Now York. Arthur B. jgious I (Mickey) McBrido of Cleveland, j recently aided in establishing a I James Brcuil of Buffalo and Tony|new school ' ' ' ' ' WMTOFflQPS BROADCASTING SYSTEM Morabito of San Francisco were igro children. on their way here -to confer on a settlement. National League Commissioner Bert Bell added a one sentence confirmation. ious moves for manyccmfwcmfw Skouras said Miss Dunne lias active in charitable and reli- I jgious moves for many years. She ! recently aidcc Los Angeles for Ne- in I his name wasn't in the lineup he protested: "If I'm not in there, they'll think I'm scared or something ..... So he went in , made about four hits that day and kept Both leagues ended their seasons yesterday with the Philadelphis Eagles emerging as champions of „,„„. the National league and the Cleve-jsnow, land Browns winning the All-America conference title. The Eagles downed the defend- ,ing champion Chicago Cardinals, J7-0, on a snowcovered gridiron here. Cleveland took its third consccu- confercncc title Here and There in Arkansas the season. a housc a fire the rest of Ear To The Ground Whnts this story baskctballers that arc Notre burned r,- ~ , uo because they think Moose r^i^X™ Krausc i s devoting more time to his assistant athletic directors job in the east. St. Mary's of California will be in Minnesota,; Hamline of [Minnesota will be in California. to another coaching?, that some .And thcres Indiana U. Little Rock, Dec. 20 —!/Pi— Silas Crossett superintendent of schools, will become president of the Arkansas Education association next July 1. His election in a mail poll was announced by Cecil Shuffield, retiring AEA president. Other officers, nominated at the recent AEA convention here, and tive All-America „ —_ _, „,.„ by walloping the eastern division fleeted in the mail poll arc: Miss champion Buffalo Bills, 49-7, at jP c 'c Bivens, Hartman. vicc-pres- Cleveland. There have been rumors the teams might clash in a playoff in New York Dec. 26, or possibly in Los Angeles. But whether anything along playoff lines would result from today's conference of rival . . „ . . w , j i ti i i . iin i i , V 1V.U- (J I I Jl- ident; Mrs. T. W. White. Little Rock, recording secretary; Charles F. Allen, Little Rock "treasurer R. K. Brent. Fayettcville and Mrs. R. H. Chandlcar, Little Rock directors. alumni arc plumping for Ray Nolting to replace Clyde Smith. monguls also was conjectural. Teams of both leagues have reported financial losses due to rival bidding up competition of player salaries at the gate. Georgia and Georgia Tech will shiver in New York's blizzard while Pitt enjoys Miami's sunshine Yale and North Carolina State will jump from const to coast. Arizona will come as far cast as Pennsylvania ard South Carolina will journey as far as Michigan. And there are many more. ..., _ But one of the host games of'Gray's University of Texas Long- Texas Setting Pace In Loop Dallas, Tex., Dec. 20 — UP)— Jack them all may be one that's close to home — old Kentucky variety, that is. This contest matches the blue grass country's famous Wildcats against the green wave of Tulmie at. Louisville Wednesday night. The Kcntuckinns closed an eastern invasion in New York Saturday by outclassing St. John's of Brooklyn, 57-30. They've won six without working up a good sweat. The green wave has rolled over eight opponents. It's the only team to beat Texas so far. but most of the opposition has been minor league. Neither has played a conference game. St. Louis university, which continues to draw equal billing with Kentucky, is another stay-at-home. The Bills have only one game this week — against Rice night — and should increase season's record to 5-0. The Cow Palace at San Francisco, one of the newest arenas on Ihe big time basketball circuit, draws some of the top intorseclion- a) games of the week. (Michigan (4-0), defending chain- horns arc setting the pace in pro- conference play for Southwest conference basketball teams. The Longhorns have won six straight games after dropping their opener to Tulane. Last week they edged New York University. 58-57, and St. Joesph's of Philadelphia, 55-54. The intersectional schedule for the seven conference teams is just about over. A few featured games are on the short scheduled this week. Rice, which could easily end up on top of the loop standings, meets St. Louis Tuesday. University at St. Louis their Southern Methodist has a pair of games with Missouri at Columbia, mo., and Baylor plays the strong Oklahoma Aggies at Stillwater, Tuesday lOkla. Arkansas also will play the co ihniV Aggies at Fayetteville Thursday night. C9nferencc teams bettered .500 in intersectional play last week. Winning seven and losing six. Phillips Oilers r,ot even with Baylor, beating the bears, 46-29. Baylor earlier this year had handed tiion of the Big Nine will" meet I the Oilers their first loss to a col- ™° «J»- |C. I. O. bosses, and has been ruthless methods to drive Let Us Rebuild Your Of J or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & MaHress O\ 606 N. Hazel Phone 3b7 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 Lego! Mot-ice VMRNING ORDER No. GI197 In the Chancery Court o' Hompstcad County, Ark. Odies Phillips '.. Plaintiff vs. Jacqueline Phillips:.. Defendant Thf Defendant. Jacqueline. Phillips is warned to appear in this court wilhin thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Odies Phillips Witness my hand and the seal of said court Ibis 3 day of Decembei C. E. Weaver. Clerk Hon. Jno. P. Vesey, Ally for Pltf. Hon. John L. Wilson, Ally for Del', (i, 13, 20, 27 WANTED . ® PECANS » SCRAP STEEL « CAST IRON e CAR BODIES © JUNK BATTERIES ® RADIATORS <t> ANY KIND OF METAL e BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WJLLIAMM. DUCKETT North Main Street C. I. O. for presenting proof, late the C. I. O. has turned m.st the Communists, who so were bosom friends of the n using . - them out. Ihe same methods might be used to drive out Republicans than Democrats, when Bill Douglas is their nominee tor president' When he went before the C 1 O convention to urge all tlm bra-vl- tng, brutal political riff-raff in command ol perhaps 15 million Americans to extend Iheir power to '.ui-ope, Mr. Douglas accepted a jnatlge emblematic ol honorary membership. He did u,i. ; knowin" that the C. 1. O. and similar j<aii"'s 'would be coming before hinT for justice in the routine ol his work \\e already ha\ e a klansrnan oii nils court. Incidentally. Dom-las impressed on me the fact that' he was not referring exclusively to the bosses of the C.l.Q. in his (•-xhortation to "labor" lo yet inlo our loreii'n representation and cultivate the- friendship of the "labor «overnm«-nts" ol Wslern loirop He meant the A, F. ol L. bosses' <>(>. and the vnliunptuous old Henrys of the railroad brother- Hoods. He meant John L Lewis -i I Stanford (0-0) and Yale (4-0) will play St. Mary's (1-2) there tonight. Tomorrow the clubs reverse oppo ncnts. And on Thursday North Carolina State (4-1) will play San Francisco (5-11 and unbeaten Ham- Hi >o will meet Santa Clara. Only three of the major conier- lences have begun play. Yale and I Dartmouth share the Ivy League ilead. William and Mary, North Carolina Stale. Duke and Washington and Lee are undefeated in Southern conference play as are 'Georgia. Mississippi, Louisiana i State and Tennessee in the South- 'eastern conference. The rest of the races don't start until alter New Year's. Noii In le.ee team Texas since 1943, Slater Martin _ narrow lend over Hicc's Bill Tom in individual scoring. Martin has scored 117 points in seven gamos. Tom has US for the same number. While rumors of peace efforts oetwcen the two leagues were developing at a one-a-minute rate last week, most of the National leaguers insisted there had been no negotiations. But is have become increasingly evident that what they called "informal man-to-mah talks" actually were something more than that with Topping acting as mediator with proposals and suggestions between the two groups. Lonoke, Dec. 20 — r.qni — Police Chief Gaston T. Verscr. 09, fornvr member of the Little Rock Poliee and [department, died at his home here i yesterday. Funeral services were to be held here this afternoon. Hardin Simmons Too Powerful for Ouachiia Little Rock, Dec. 20 — OP] —Turning a good first half football game into a second half rout, the high- scoring Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys defeated Ouachita College 40-12 in the inaugural Shrine Bowl game in War Memorial stadium here Saturday. The Abilene, Tex., crew, which ran its bowl game points to 75 in the contest, trailed 12-C at half time. The Arkadelphia, Ark., Tigers opened the scoring with a 55- yard drive, Jack Bell driving eight yards for the touchdown. After the Cowboys' Paul Petty intercepted a pass and ran 29 yards to tie it up, Ouachita's Walter Wimberly duplicated the feat. But in the second half. Hardin- Simmons threw its one-two punch ot 216-pound fullback Raymond A largo numbe'r of awards wore presented to Boy Scouts of Troop 05 of Fulton and Troop 9!; of Saratoga-Okay community in a "Court of Honor" held at the new Baptist church building in Okay, Wednesday evening. Charles Hughes of troop 05 was awarded his Eagle Scout Badge. The badge was presented by Oclis Blackwood and pinned on Charles by his mother. Mrs. Leonard Hughes. Eagle is the highest, rank a Boy Scout may obtain. Gold and E.yjlo palms'may be added to the Eagle "by earning additional merit badges." Eagle Scout Hughes joined a troop in Hope at the age of twelve five years ago. • During those years Hughes has missed only about five weekly meetings. He was a mom-1 ber of the junior camp staff at Camp Pioneer during the past summer, being in charge of the boats and serving as rowing instructor. Some sixty other awards were presented to other Scouts ol the two troops. Other scouts who received advancement were: Troop 65: Donald Weaver, Star; Charles Crurnp- ler. Life; Fred Waters, merit bad- es; Richard Hill, merit badges; Troutman and sharpshooting pass-1 James Maten, second class. Troop er Johnny Ford. Troutman scored "" " " one touchdown and his running i"ig urcd in the other four two on passes by Quartcrbi ck Ford and two on runs by Pat Bailey. Proceeds ot the game go to the It is estimated that the enfluenza , . ^_~«... ... .... ,,„..... hu .,, ,,,,. ooiclemic of 1913 killed 550,000 peo-ISrhinc crippled children's hospital in Shreveport, La. FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Hammond, La., Dee. 20 -—!?> •— North Carolina's Tar Heels opened a double-strength training grid here today for their Sugar Bowl football game against Oklahoma in New Orleans Jan. 1. Forty players arrived yesterday afternoon in a chartered airplane, to met a rousing welcome from more than 2,000 persons gathered at the airport. Ten other players, including | most of the squad's married men, ilollowed by train. | Coach Carl Suavely set a sched uile of two workouts daily tor the •Tar Heels. | The players are quartered in | dormitories at Southwestern Lou jisiana college, here in the center i of the Louisiana strawberry belt !ximil. 1 35 miles northwest of New Orleans. 05: Jerry Hargis, James Tollctt, R. W. Calcy, Edgar Hanna. Jack Russell, Doug Dikly and Autry Downs. A large crowd of visitors enjoyed the impressive ceremony. Among the visitors were Oscar Cantwcll, scout executive; J. Arvil Hickiruin, field executive and Jimmy Cilty, Eagle Scout and assistant scoutmaster of troop 19, Texarkana. L, Monday p.m., Dec. 20 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman--M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M fi:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 Noxvs, Five Star Final 0:25 Today in Sports 0:30 News Comment 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 7:55 Hv Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsrecl—M 8:30 Fishing' & Hunting Club—M 8:55 Bill Henry. News—M 1:00 Korn's a Krackln—M 9:30 Daneville Va. Chorus—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Wally Wicken's Orch.—M 10:30 Eddy Duchin'.s Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M '1:00 Sign Off Tuesday a.m., Dec. 21 5:57 Sign On G:00 First. Edition of News , G:05 Hillbilly Hoedown 0:25 Bargain Roundup 0:30 Four Knights 0:45 Hillbilly Interlude 7:00 Farm Breakfast. Program 7:15 Riders ot the Purple Sage 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock .8:00 Sunrise Serenade 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 Barron Presents 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. • Lindlahr—M 10:30 Gabriel Heatter's Mailbag —M 10:45 Lnnny Ross—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Tuesday p.m.. Dec. 21 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 Golden Hope Chest—M Button's Livestock Sale Ozark Valley Folks—M Christmas in Italy—M Songs of Love The Johnson Family—M .1490 Club •" Swine Time Social Security Day by Day Adventure Parade—M Superman—M Captain Midnight—M Tom Mix—M • Salon Serenade News, Five Star Edit"'*n- Today in Sports News Comment Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M George O'Hanlin Show—M Official Detective—M Hy Gardner—M Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Newsreel—M Lone Wolf—M Bill Henry. News—M American Forum Rochester Songestors- All the News—M Benny Strong's Orch.— Dance Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign-Off •13: 13:10 12:15 12:30 12:40 12:45 00 SO 00 30 45 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:-'t5 0:00 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 #' -M -M By DEV/ITT MACKENZIE AP Foreign Affairs Analyst A= Ihe cards lie we ave lively to see another session of bloody war- faro in Indonesia. The armies of the Indonesia republic and The Netherlands government are girded for a showdown. Indeed the Dutch, declaring that the republic had embarked on the preliminaries of large scale hostilities, already have begun "police me-.it but he had strong opposition. Halla hasn't been presiding over a unified government. The Communists are a powerful influence through curiously thev are 'divided Godfrey against themselves. There are two i Theater Top Radio Programs New York, Dec. 20 -—(/?)—On the ir tonight: NBC—7 Cavalcade annual Christ- .'oncert; )( John Chas. Thomas in | Contented City Plav- Voorhes Concert 9 Concert: 9:30 Radio house "Three Men." CBS—0:15 Jack Smith song 7:30 Talent Scouts: ft Radio "Miracle On l-Hth. Street; ABC—7 Gordon MacRae show groups — The Trotskyites. which '9 My Friend Irma. support the government, and the - • - Stalinists which are in opposition. Negotiations betwen the Dutch and the republic alternated on the rocks and off the rocks until last] week end. when they collapsed al- 1 "Holiday Inn 7:45 Henry J. Taylor moving from MBS: !i:30 Stars In The Night !)::!0 On.Trial Froum "Divorce Laws. MBX--7 The Falcon; 8:30 Fish And Hunt Club, new time 9 Korns A Krackin, now time. i Tuesday progrsm: NBC—8 a. m. j Honeymoon In N. Y.: 11:30 a. m. (Worda And Music; 4:30 Just Plain Bill 7:30 Date With Judy; 9 Big Town drama. . . CBS—9:30 a. m. Godfreys hour 2:30 p. m. House Party: 5:15 You and Christmas 6 Betilaiis Skit; 8:30 Lee With Luigi. . . . ABC—9 a. m. Kay Kyser show 1:30 p. m_. Bride and Groom 4:30 (repeat a: 30) Jack Armstrong", G:«0 Relaxing Music time: 9:30 Let Freedom Ring. . . MBS — 9:30 a. m. Say U With Music 11:30 a. m. Lunch With Bill Slater; 1:31-' p. m. The Hoi?;; Chest (I: 15 Dinner Date; 10:15 Dance Times. - yards » DlQ Post Holi-t Plow Gardens o Cut Vacant Lots B Al'io custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St. Less than 5 per cent of the we,-,,, u , , . of typical plants is mineral mater- l^' 10 ^' 11 -, .Primitive elements al drav.'n from the soil. action" to "reestablish law order." The Republicans the Dutch with being the sors. So (he fight is on. Dutch troops captured Jogjakarta, the republic's capital. and took into custody Premier Mohamed Hatta. President Soekarno and other Republican leaders. Quick intervention bv the United | volts in Java and'Sumatra Nations might avert this new hor-ithe Dutch. ror. but there is nothing else in j Furthermore it was said that Re- sight to turn the trick. Juublican guerrilla troops already If civil strife sweeps Java and ihad infiltrated into Dutch terri- l-Siimatra it will produce a reign ofjtory. The uprising was to be ac| terror, as past experience has i eumpaniod by sabotage of public together. Then yesterday The Netherlands proclaimed the establishment of the interim government of Indonesia — without the Indonesian republic. That naturally "tore it". However, the Dutch didn't ston there. 1'hey announced they had proof that the reoublic planned to start action on January 1 to create re- ainst r Young Actress tyrant as absolute as Stalin :-:elf. He calls such people ' leiu.ier.s I s:iy Douglas is dishones amoiif j services: and widely separated at- jtho native population gel out ol tacks by the infiltrating (irotips. hand and there are atrocities too i There we have the makings of to record here. I-MII upheaval which miaht sm-ead t 1 WANTED-Loos T T » » i \ m fifiu OuZr tPniL-t V-# VteB tJP GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Cell 1000 or Contact Office REFRIGERATORS See us for New Refrigerators. and Used » See us for Hcfrirji.'rator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) * Refrigerator Headquarters New and Uied. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frlgidalre Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone- 81 presumed to en- kiio-A-ing, he isn't obliged i cU'nm. Bui, of course, he le deliberately puts him- the .side of all such anli- bnilal. greedy dictators pmpa.se of devi-lopiii;; a jarty" and becoming liie ti.il nominee of that parly, in combination uii'n mi.u-h A-:i:ucialic party, in 195:!. he is running fur oil the i AMU • president without gettin i court ;is he says a i should The more 'fact not announced his moans nothing. Did Roo, clan:- fur bis third term four in advance':' --;—I horrible to record here. Jan upheaval which mi him-| The trouble between the republic ; far among the more than 3.00 is- hibor j of Indonesia and the Dutch govern-| lands of the East Indies. with ' rnr-nt no iry to put it on thumb- ;i'>eir population of some 75,000.- nail. is this: ! 1)00. The r.-miblie demands absolute J The Dutch military forces arc indenendence. shorn of any sort of ; estimated at about '125.00. inelud- bond with the Netherlands. Holland is tryin rl to turn its empire into a <-ommonyea!th in which Ihe nvm- bers would acknowledge the crown as I'M. tie. This cummom'-eMtb would be similar to the British stvuctu'v. The Indonesian situation is com j thev have plicated by the f;:ct that there are , fn.-bters. siv other native L'overnments in j We shouldn't overlook tint the Dutch K;isi Indies besides that jdoiii'sia. as in China Mid '.lie !of UK- republic. Tlv latter claims -troubled areas of the Fail-In represent the rich island.-; of j ''ommunism is sparking the 'Java. Sumatra aiul Madocra. 1 mae'iines. Thus we see that Mnii natives. They jcmiinncd and could be •i-d. The Republican i variously estimaled ti perhaps 100,000 good in In- other Fast. The Netherlands had aimed at I (lie Bolshevist offensive has slowed candidate hhe establishment of an irileri-m jduen in the Eurouoau cold war. it 1 i c - j lius (federal government comprising all i is pushing its drive on the orient, candidacy seven native states. This would be And who can say how great a loseveil do- ihe forerunner of the Dutch com-(threat the Far Fast in due course moir.vealth. 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