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' *> \ V \t Y "/ ** HOPE STAR, H 0 F I, ARKANSAS Thursday, November 7, 1946 ridayls I^ne df loop.'. fans, as usual, will accompany the team. ' hThtsil^Dx. - But n i!arue at Ben-ton Frfttsr-n.'g u -s tops in District .. (** ««,v -»-,.— and will pitt two Of th»»State's -fcfctter teams and-both outfits will be* out to* \vMri. ' vBenton has a near - perfect record With only a tie to mar it. The We! was with Hot Springs a team Which .Hope easily defeated 26 - 13 last weekend* But Benton's offensive is probably the state's best passing attack which has been held < In "check once all season. XHope rolls up yardage on the grd 1111 ^ an d nave not been very ef- fecJive_agaiAst a good passing com*" tioij.* Outcome of the..contest „• depend largely on condition of _^ field following several days of heavy ram. ' Due to ram workouts .this week ii>?c been confined to the gym •VChfere Coaches Dildy and TpUett have peen b'uilding up a'pass defense, knowing that Benton, will throw the ball ram or shine. The Hope running attack will be stren- -gthened somewhat by the return o£ ^y#'cr"Rogers who is likely to see some :>cfiot, .-"'ainst Benton. ;„ AU d:oe pomti- t j one of the hardest, games." on the local schedule. Weather ^permitting, many Hope By The Associated Press For the fan eyeing scraps ;.or berths in Arkansas' post-season high school football playoff, this weekend is likely to be an extreme-; ly dull one. There isn't A game on the p.'o-: gram which 'promises, on \he basis of previous showings, to change, the course of the district utie races. Van Buren, already having one foot in the throne chamber, could I sew up the District Two champion- j ship should Springdale down Fayetteville tomorrow night. The Pointers themselves drew n breather against Huntsville. Another semblance of a struggle having a title bearing will be offered in the Sixth District, where leading, unbeaten Wari'cn gets its toughest test of the campaign against McGehee, which has only a, tie to mar its. slate. Among - -the,- top. .inter-district games will be clashes between Mag nolia. -District Seven champ, and Camden of District One Friday night ahd between Subiaco and Catholic "High; District Four and Eight ''.'.'•pace-sellers,.' respectively, bunday. '..',., The weekend schedule (games to be played. Friday night, unless otherwise indicated; -also district games unless otherwise noted): District One Little Rock at Russellville Blytheville at North Little Rock Fort Smith at Texarkana El Dorado at Fordyce Camden at Magnolia (non-dis- Itrict). • Malvern at Bauxite (non-district) Hope at Benton Hot Springs at Pine Bluff District Two bpuhgaale at Fayetteville Huntsville at Van Buren Greenwood at Alma .Rogers at Siloam Springs Hiin-ison at Bentonville District Three Newport at Parngould Lcpanto at Shawnee (Joinerl Corning at Piggott (Monday) Beebe at Osceola Marked Tree at Searcy Walnut Ridge fit Batesville Hoxte at Pocahontas Rector at Sloan-Hendrix (Imboden) District Four Booneville at Charleston Morrilton at Mena Mansfield at Hartford Dardanelle at Waldron Havana at Atkins (Thursday) Greenwood at Alma (non-district) Subiaco at Catholic High (Little Rock) (Sunday) (non-district) Paris at Clarksvillc Havana at Clinton (Monday) District Five Forrest City at Stuttgart Dewitt at Gillctt I Clarendon at Wynne Marianna at Parkin District Six Sheridan at White Hall Eudora at Hamburg Gould at England Warren at McGehee •Monticellb at Crossett Dumas at Dermott Portland at Lake Village District Seven Bearden at Fairview (Camden) Horatio at Broken Bow, Okla. -v? N*$£ I I rf$&& Blue and ' Red Label - ALL • SIZES STARCH Box Western Meat Balis Broadcast: November 9, 1946 Thomas Is One of Week's Top Players By BILL BECKER Los Angeles, Nov. 7 — W — Burr Baldwin, UCLA s wing-ding wingman, has earned vhe Associated Press' lincman-of-the-week award tor the second time this season, to tie the repeat record set last year by George Savitsky of Pennsylvania. Baldwin, who was handed the palm three weeks ago for a sterling performance against btaniord. outdid all previous efforts, his backers claimed, in the Bruins 46-20 win over St. Mary's last Fri- The ino-pound veteran of the Battle of the Bulge, considered b> many sports writers here as perhaps the greatest end developcc in Southern California, scorcc three touchdowns, two in the first five minutes of play against the Gaels. Baldwin was pressed for honors in the weekly poll by Guards Wcl don Humble of Rice and Kno: Ramsey, William & M:u;y's; Centers John Canady, Indiana, and Bryant Meeks, South Carolina; Tackle Frank Wydo, Cornell; and End Joe Percshinski, Georgia; Ed Mead, Princeton, and David Schmidt, of Kansas. Other linemen nominated this week: Ends- Ted Cook, Alabama. Wendell Williams, Rice Institute. Pay Poolc. Mississippi. Joe Dislasio, Cornell. Tackles- Ralph Sazio, William & Mary. Russ Deal, Indiana. Charlie Cumpton. Alabama. Pete Kotlovich, Southern Aleth- dist. Wcldon Edwards, Texas Chns- inn. Hubert Shurtz, Louisiana Istatc. Bob Hendren, Southern Calif or- lia. . . Harold Kilman, Texas Oinstian. Guards— Herbert St. John, Georgia. Jim Sid Wright, Southern Mcth odist. Centers— Paul,Duke, Georgia Tech. Billic Thomas. Arkansas. John Rapacz, Oklahoma. Don Paul, UCLA. 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Present AAA regulations state that "A" and "B" cage champs may meet for an undisuutcd state championship, but the" proposed change would make such a playoff mandatory. The suggested ruling against spring grid drills would prohibit all types of pre-season training, including summer football camps. Apparently growing out of the dispute concerning the eligibility of a member of the 1946 Class "A" champion Little Rock basketball team, the legislative proposal on eligibility would forbid high school athletes to sign professional sports contracts with or without remuneration. Present regulations do not specifically cover those who re ccive no pay for signing. Also on the AAA docket today was a resolution which would au thorizc the group lo meet eithei next January or next spring to consider possible revisions of thr football playoff system, now in it trial season. Communists Check Nationalists in Chinese War Peiping, Nov. 0 — (!P) —Vicious Chinese Communist counterattacks hove "curtailed" th" gr*'- ernment's broad offensive in North China's Shantung punmsui.., military observers said today. They reported loss to the Reds of recently-captured Ychsien, oho of. the province's four major ports, nnd said 50,000 Communists had launched a drive against the mil line from coastal Tslngta to Tsin- n, nearly 200 airline miles inland, Most of the Communist :"orccs vcre reported concentrated quarely athwart the neck of the "hantung peninsula. Stuearts 61-0 &> Mkt WE DELIVER Phone 447 , v More Trouble Between India Religious Casts Bombay, Nov. 7 —Wl—Scattered communal clashes developed xoday during the Moslem celebration of Baker, Id, for which cattle—sacred to Hindus — were sacrificed in Mosques. Two persons were killed and three injured in Howrah, on the western bank of the Hooghly river opposite Calcutta. Eighteen scattered knife attacks and stone and acid throwing incidents occurred in Bombay. Armed British nnd Tnd'.i'i ••-'- dicrs escorted Moslem worshippers to Mosques i n chc n,*.\...t areas of Calcutta. Decontrol Eases Labor, Wage Friction By FRANCIS J. KELLY Washington, Nov. (i (/I 1 ) — (/P) The swift end of wartime controls over the nntlon's economy mid loglsla- tlvc proposals intended 'to case management labor friction shaped up todny us the biggest issues facing the next Republican-dominated Congress. Foretasting a return lu control of both Houses after 15 years, the GOP leadership ulready h.-is slated a scries of policy shaping conferences in advance of January 3, when the GOth Congress convenes. The Republicans hold no illusion, however, th.nl, it will be easy to place their program—when finally formulated—into effect. A Democrat still sits Jn the White House. Hnnco they either' must pcrsimdt; President Truman to accept that program, or try to crack his vetoes wnen ana as tuey come. , The buhvark of Democratic votes ! from the fairly solid south will make the overriding of M Truman veto a major task. A two, - thirds vote of each House is required. Problems of the greatest rn.igni- tudc confront the new Congress. many a move. In that setting then, Intci national understandings—-and misunderstandings — will shadow many a move. In tint soling then, the lawmakers must make decisions on such issues as: i 1. Continuation of the draft, due to expire next March 15. Tied in colosely with this problem is the administration's Insistanco on a training program , certain to permanent, compulsory mlltnry. training program, certain to- arouse heated debate. 0LD TIME Thursday, November 7, 1946 HOPE S T A R, H 0 P E, ARKANSAS^ Page Fivd ' Evidence of Damage Caused by Tornado in Hempstead (non-districO Dierks at Prcscolt Ashdown at Nashville v^-eman at Dcqueen District Eight uuidon ai .oonoke Ark. School for Deaf at Alabama Deaf School Little Rock "B" at Carlisle (non- district) Florida Player Leads U. S. in Pass Receiving New York, Nov. 7—(/Pi—Although his team was idle last week, Broughton (Brute) Williams of vhe svinlcss University of Florid a retains the honor of No. 1 pass re ceiver among the country s col lego gridders. . Figures released by the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau today show Williams topping this department for the second straight week The giant Florida end has caught 23 successful aerials ior gains totalling 433 yards in five games. . . Pushing Williams for receiving honors is Dean Laun, Iowa State end, who has snatched 22 forward passes for an aggregate gain of 302 yards in seven games. Neil Armstrong of Oklahoma A. & M. who surrendered the lead \.o Wiliams' two weeks ago, is tied for bird place Svith Louis Mihajlovich of Indiana, each has caught 21. The ten leaders in each depart- Pass receiving— Williams, Flo rida 23 caught for '133 yards; D Laun, Iowa State, 22 for 302; Arm strong, Oklahoma A and M, 21 10 327; Mihajlovich, Indiana, 21 fo 200; Marusich, Texas Mines, 1 for 299; Harrington, Wash am Lee, 17 Cor 227; Montgomery, An zona (Tempel, 17 for 227; Malon ev Purdue, 17 for 205; Poole, Mis s'is'sippi, 17 for 14«; Roderick Yale, 16 for 241. Punting—(minimum of. 20 punts —Gillom, Nevada, 14.0 yards ave age: Wendt, Texas Mines, 43.t Galvin, Purdue, 43.7; Loiacam Lafayette, 42.7; Hutchinson, VM 41.9; Davis, Colorado State, 41.( Kcnney, Rice, 40.9; Koch, Orcgo 408- Cox, Wisconsin, and Moor 'Vandcrbill 40.0. Punt returns—Gilmer, Alabama, 20 for 341 yards; Clark, Duke, 15 for 300; Johnson. UCLA, 17 .Cor 234; Wright, Detroit, 15 for 2o8; Welch, 'icxas A and M, 19 :ior 254; Berry, Texas Christian, 19 for 23; Tidwcll, Auburn. 1!) '«• ' 1-M : Webster, King's Point, 13 for 22ii; Wedemcycr, at. Maiy's, lu iu. 226; Ransome, Princeton, 13 for 218. Kickoff returns—Hall, San Francisco, 9 for 353 yards; Viau, Kings Point, 9 for 321; Fcnimorc, Oklahoma A and M, 9 Cor 227; Hutton, Nebraska, U for 216; Turner, North Carolina St., 4 for 208; Hodges, Michigan, 10 for 208; Reader, Michigan St., G for 206; Justice, North Carolina, 5 Cor 203; Baird, Colgate, 7 Cor 192; Long acre, William and Mary for 188 Pass interceptions— Timbcrlakc Richmond, G lor 120 yards; rlaicli Washington, u for 110. Johnson Hardin-Simmons 5 for 112; O'Don ncll, Harvard, lot- 110; Herring Rutgers, for 75; Hagan, Soul Carolina 5 for G4: Depasqua, Pitts mrgh, for 54; Gilmer, Alabama i for 44; Cannady, Indiana, 5 i'o 15. U.S. Foreign Policy to Remain Same By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER New York, Nov. 7 — I/P)— Top (light Republican diplomats at xhc United Nations -and the touncil of foreign ministers rallied ti> the sup port of established American :'or eign policy today in an evident effort to quiet jittery speculation abroad aoout possible radical changes in this country's interna- tional relations. Foreign delegations lo both the U. N. assembly and the Big Four council sessions took the election results with little show of concern, but much of the foreign press viewed the Republican capture of Congress as marking a sharp American swing to the right and threatening new difficulties with Russia. While the United Nations drove through another round of committee work today and the foreign ministers marked time until tomorrow on the dispute over control of strategic Trieste, Republican statements on the foreign policy situa- ,tion were much discussed by dip- llornats here. I Senator Arthur H. Vandenbcrg, of Michigan, who is expected to become foreign relations chairman in the Republican controlled Senate, said that his own reelection "means unmistakable endorsement of the united, bi-partisan for-, eign policy" wh'ich he has had a large share in developing over the last two years. He added: "I take it the national returns present a similar mandate. They- mean that this policy will continue." John Foster Dulles, an alternate member of the United -Nations delegation, said he was confident that "a Republican Congress will not throw our foreign policy into confusion, taut rather will make it stronger and clearer, for the bene fit of ourselves and the world." These two men, with cx-Senal.Of Warren Austin of Vermont who i8 chief of the United States U. Ni' delegation, make up the .main Re« jublican collaboration with the ad» ministration on 'oreign issues. 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UNITS OF "SUNSHINE 1 VITAMIN D 3 PER PINT GOLDEN S Medium Size No. 2 Con CHIEF BOYARDEE SPAGHETTI DINNER Group of States Renew Fight on Flood Control "Little Hock, Nov. 7—(/P)—Renewing efforts to have Ihc president 1 !? moratorium on ilood control projects rescinded, representatives of several cities along the Arkansas, While and Ouachita rivers conferred wilh Governor Laney yes- lei day priur to adopting a resolution for submission to the White House. •The group named a committee to prepare the resolution urging governors of Arkansas. Tennessee, Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississippi and Louisiana to seek ••collectively" an audience with vhe president and to petition him to permit resumption of full scale flood control I w.ork. .LAST RESORT —Photo by W. R. Herndon Evidence of the damage caused by a tornado which struck Crossroads community and Washington last Saturday is stressed by these pictures of completely destroyed homes. The top photo pictures the flattened home of M. Hawthorne and the bottom picture is of a negro residence, both in Crossroads community. ' 5 Uie nr>Atg SUPER-SIX HUDSON 4-DQOR SEDANS with Wealher-Moslei hsaier-ventilotot and foot-tonlrol radio CROSLEY SUPER SHELVADOR EUCTBIC REFRIGERATOR!; CROSLEY PLAYTIME I25 RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS Andre Zhdanov Is One of Two Rising Stars in Soviet Russia's Sky - ,011 By J. M, ROBERTS, JR. AP Foreign Affairs Analyst Every time Stalin varies his routine, as ho did yesterday by letting Andre Zhdanov occupy the rostrum usually reserved tor the premier on the -eve 'of the' anniver- of the Bolshevik revolution, it stir's speculation abroad. H Missoula county has execution, the county jail may fall down. 'Sheriff R. D. MacLcan -today ordered tho lumber in Ihc gallows. last us'.'d for hanging in 1943, 10 uc piled- against one wall of the sagging llisfjci jail. I "I've used jus! about everything 1 to prop up this building to keep m-isoni'is .irom digging their way to freedom. But I never thought I'd resort lo gallows," he said. ' Two-thirds of Africa is in the northern, hemisphere. his his substitute has been chosen as sucressor. trial ne is on route lo the United States to confer with Trum.-in, or tnat nis IbU-or-dO-oucl million non-party subjects arc in revolt. A little later you are likely to f\ U LLHJ lei HJi j wi» ni*. «...»,.,. hear that he was home wielding a sulfa spray on a sore throat like an ordinary human. But the appearance of Zhdanov yesterday, talking like .most any radio commentator wnc 'mad" against capital Moscow is on a sci vcs to Zhdanov has been considered for six years as a fair-haired boy and, because of his position as well as his flesh, has been referred to a the "Goering of the Soviet" —the No. 2 man. Starting.' at'jJlG' after •waw'servicc in the ;czar.^> army; Zhd.inov has been climbing stead- ly amons the Communists until low, at 50, he is a member of the powerful Politburenu, secretary of he Central Executive Committee ol-lhe party, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Commission where for years he has played a major role in mapping foreign p.olicy, and head of the propaganda bureau. He is a nalional hero as the "defender of Leningrad," and the 1939-40 war against Finland to secure the strategic position which later kept the Germans out of northeast Russia was peculiarly "his" war in planning and or- ManyFame&l Legislators to Be Missing Washington, Nov. 7—W J )— Democratic members of Congress emerging from the wreck of their 15-year majority today counted a score of nationally known legisla tors missing in action. Ousted from the capital were such notables as: Joseph Guffcy, aggressively New De.il Pennsylvania senator. He was defeated by Gov. Edward Martin. 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But if, on that day when it s no longer merely a sore throat or the master, if Zhdanov clashes vith the horizon-eyeing MalenUov or the scepter, the fur's going to ly in .Russia. Slayer's Application for Full Pardon Rejected by Board Little Rock, Nov. 7—M'')—Applica ion of Hal Scaifc for a full pardon from his 10-year sentence for the falal slabbing of his wife, was rejected by the slate parole board yesterday. Mrs. Seaite and her mother were slain at their Marvell home in December, 1944 Scaii'e, a former sailor, began serving ihc sentence lasl month after the supreme court held that former Governor Adkins exceeded his authority in staying Another Kentucky who went down _ O'Neal, advocate of. pensions and increased pay for congressman The victor was Thurslon 13. ivior ton. Rep. Emily Taft Douglas, con grcsswoman at large :'rom llli nois, lost to Republican William G. 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Other primaries knocked o Representatives Jed Johnson (D Okla) and Tarvcr (D-Gai. State Group to Try to Get More Salary for Teachers Little Rock, Nov. 7—(/Pi—The Arkansas Education Association will .•enew efforts to obtain higher salaries tor teachers at its annual two-day convention which opened In Robinson Auditorium here 10- day, C. D. Franks. assjciation president, has announced. First on the opening day's program was nomination of officers caeci nis auuioruv jn DIU.>J"& »*"••• "— -.-" — ~- —-- . pending disposition o£ \he for the coming year lollowcd by jv%,..v... c, »-. i I,.,t-i,iiioo onocn-M-, -mrl ra CI»I-KIC n charge involving the mother-in law's death. Scuifc's application was supported by recommendations from most uf the Phillips county jurors who heard 1he case. o a business sessio'n and a series ol other teachers meetings. AEA President Franks, pointing out that cim'iMit teachers salaries "average below $1.200 a year" sale the group's principal legislative program Jn the coming month There are more than 665,000 I woi"ld be in Oie interest of in buildings in New York City. [--reaacd salaries. Juicy Marsh Seedless. Excellent Quality. APPLES Fancy Red Delicious. ONIONS ....50lb. bag $1.29 Yellows. Mild Flavor. GRAPES Ib. 15c Fresh, Juicy Emperors. BANANAS Ib 12c LETTUCE Large Crisp Iceburg. POTATOES Red Triumphs. • -_•* ; •* / CRANBERRIES Ib .bag 42c In recent years, Kroger Stores have become bigger— Kroger variety wider—Kroger quality even finer than ever before. But we haven't forgotten the importance of low pricing —especially in these hign- cost-of-living days. Whether you buy the most expensive or the least expensive item of its kind, Kroger will always save you money on the deal. Bring your five to Kroger. And see how much more change you get backl PORK ROAS Lean Boston Butt Cut. Delicious Baked With Yams. PURE LARD No Limit. STEAK From Lean Pork Butts. PORK CHOPS Lean, Tasty CHEESE 1945 Cure Herkimer. Ib. 49c Ib. 53c Ib. 59c Ib. 65c DUCKS Ib. 49c New York Dressed. Fancy Long Island. ^ OYSTERS Fresh, Tasty Selects. HAMBURGER Fresh, Lean. Grade A Beef, Tender pt. 85c

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