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a a 55 >* ; «»'tf^^ HOP I STAR, HOPf, ARKANSAS Saturday December 14 1946 CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six ,One® Word* Day Days Days Month tip to 15 iTtO 20 21 to 23 M to 30 M to ^ S to « « to « M to 50 Kates .45 60 .75 90 1.05 1.20 . 1-35 1.50 are .90 1.20 1 50 t 80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 200 2 50 3 00 3.50 400 4 50 5.00 4.50 600 7.50 9.00 10 50 12.00 13.50 15.00 for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casti in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone _ BLACK LEATHER, FUR LINED man's glove. Between Hope Star and Southern Cafe. Return to Cecil Atwood, Hope Star. Reward Real Estate for Sale Lost For Sale 'FOSTER-ELLIS FIVE ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE, just back of courthouse. Immediate possession, $3800. DUPLEX APARTMENT, NORTH Ferguson street. Make us an offer. SIX-ROOM HOUSE. GROCERY store, flower shop, 503 South . rHervey. Must sell, owner leaving town. RESIDENTIAL LOT, 50 BY 150. corner lot. Spruce street and Foster Avenue. FIVE-ROOM NATIVE ROCK house, garage, all modern, nesvly constructed. TEN-ROOM HOUSE. BARN. TWO extra lots, 404 West Avenue G. Make us an offer. SOUTH WALNUT STREET DU- plex, corner location, on new pavement. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY constructed, all modern, numer: ous built-ins, garage, 1002 West Fourth Street. THREE ROOMS AND BATH, chicken house, lot 75 by 150, two blocks west Paisley school. FIVE LOTS ON HIGHWAY 67 just-west of town, all adjoining, 50x132. TWO RESIDENTIAL LOTS, COR- ner of East Seventh street. SEE MR CHARLEY BAKER AT our office for the following farm property: 80 ACRES, SIX-ROOM HOUSE, gas, electricity, double garage, barn and other buildings, one mile north of Hope on SPG road. 140 ACRES FIVE MILES SOUTH of Spring Hill, some Umber, make us an offer. 600 ACRES SEVEN MILES WEST of Hope, five houses, six barns, other buildings, good water supply, 200 acres in cultivation, 400 in pasture. MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WA- ter, lights, electricity, garage, "servant house, three acres land, three miles north of Hope on Washington highway. 370 ACRES ON HIGHWAY 67 TWO miles west of Hope, two houses, Uig barn, fenced. 120 ACRES THREE MILES SOUTH of Hope on Highway 29, five-ioom house, big barn, 30 acres good Pine timber. SIX AND HALF ACRES ON PAT- mos road, near Hope Country Club gas and electricity available. NUMEROUS OTHER FARM LIST- jngs in Hempstead and Nevada counties. CHRISTMAS GIFTS. FULLER brushes o£ all kinds. Especially •stiff bristles. Mrs. Leon Bundy. Phone 138. 19-lm 6 ~ROOMS NICE FURNITURE— Gas heaters—coolerator —Washing machine—Tubs— Electric mangle. Must sell everything in next few days. Come early and get your choice. Tom Carrel apartment house, opposite Hope Police Station. 9-bt FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, ONE ACRE ground; Located just outside city limits, Prescott, Ark., Mrs. Violet Coe, Phone 209 or 180, Prescott. 9-Gt ONE .INDIAN MOTORCYCLE — Excellent condition, good tires. Price $165.00. Call or see T. F. Grayson. Prescott, Arkansas, Phone 568. S-Q( 130 ACRE FARM, 40 ACRES IN cultivation, good pasture, timber land, well watered and fenced. Bargain $3200. Floyd Phillips McCaskill, Ark. 10-6t HOPE, ARKANSAS: SECTION 1. From and after the passage and approval of this ordinance, all garbage shall be collected regularly by the employees of the City of Hope, Arkansas or bv some person, firm, or corporation as an agent of the City of Hope, Arkansas and no other person, firm, or corporation shall be allowed to collect said garbage except said employee, or agent, of said City of Hope. Arkansas; and said City of Hope, Arkansas, for said services shall collect fees as follows, to-wit: (a). A fee of fifty cents (50c) per month 01 fractional pail theie- of is hereby levied for each residence and" each unit of a multiple family dwelling house actually occupied as a resi dence, and for each business house and each commercial house, and each industrial house in the City of Hope, Arkansas. Said fee to be payable in advance. . (b) The fee mentioned in division (a) of this section is hereby levied on and collectable from that person who in contemplation of law is the head of the family residing in the dwelling house unit. And in the event there is no head of the family, the fee set out above is hereby levied on and shall be collectable from each adult residing on the premises, providing however that not more than one fee per month shall be paid for each dwelling house unit in which there is no head of the family. SECTION 2. The City Council hall have the power to reduce or ncrease the fee herein listed for »aid services by resolution. SECTION 3. Garbage within the -neaning o£ this ordinance shall be construed to include all rejected food waste and to include every accumulation of naimal, fish, fowl Fights Last Night By United Press Dallas, Tex. — Lew Jenkins, 138, Swcetwater, Tex., knocked out Hubert Gray, 144, Wichita Falls, Tex. 10. Worcester, Mass. —Charlie .Wiliams. 148, Newark, N. J., outpoint- ed Billy Henderson, 148, Patcrson, N J , 10 Chicago — Tommy Yorosz, 1C5, Pittsburgh, outpointed Jimmy Shields, 1UG, Chicago, 10. Hollywood, Calif.—Memo Llanes, 141, knocked out Nick Moran, 142, 0. San Francisco, Calif. — Georgia Duke, 154, Petaluma, Calif., knocked out Al Couture, 149, Lewiston, Me., 7. SPORTS ROUNDUP ^^ ' • •_ -_ ••>.-,•>_ _-»-;« ^ _ e— In China, the name for Santa Clans is Lau Khoong, which means nice old father. Hope Star i)rc expected ruckus at the 1941 2-DOOR PONTIAC, GOOD condition. Can be seen in front of Riley Lewallen Real Estate office. Russell Lewallen. ll-3t TURKEYS. 21/4 MILES NORTH- east of Hope on old Highway 67 M. H. Miller, ll-3t WHEELCHAIR. GOOD AS NEW Adjustable back and foot rest 2 small back rubber tire wheels $35. Clinton Carter. Cale, Ark Gen. Del. I 1 " 3 PRACTICALLY NEW BOYS BI cycle, 28 inch size. Mrs. Verdis Moses, 1802 South Main St. 12-3 SIX SCREEN FRAMES, 2 PAIR casement windows. 3 large doors 306 South Pine St. 12-3 Stor of Hope 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January IB, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Al«x. H. Woshburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jonoi, Managing Editor George W. Hosmcr, Moch. Supt. Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager Emma G. Thomas, Cashier ruit or vegetable matter used or intended for food or anything in- ended for the preparation of food Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. ised in cooking, dealing in, or storing of meat, fish, fowl, fruits, or vegetables. SECTION 4 Subscription Rotes: (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier per week 20c New York, Doc. 14 — (/I 1 ) — The Eastern College Athletic Conference—better known as "ASA Bush- mell's office"—will make an effort next week lo reorganize itself into a real conference with thc avowed purpose of tossing its weight around in national nlhlelic affairs AS it stands, the E. C. A. C. comprises about 100 schools who hold nearly 500 memberships in the organi/ation. They belong to v;,rious leagues and groups which in turn are members of thc conference. . . You can sec where the vote of the four-team gymnastic eaguc or the three eye hockey eaguc wouldn't influence colleges f other sections when something omcs up like the subsidy and oligij lilily questions t' ' " '" 0 cause quile a V1CAA convention next month. Bui 1 united stand.' by 100 influenlia eastern colleges would mean a lot . . Incidentally, Bushnell hints .hat the easterners may havc to jolice their own ranks a bit, but .lie conference will do it. All A-Load Reports of transporting race horses by air remind Alec ,Robb of the Thoroughbred Racing Associations of a yarn about the late Jim Hand, an expert at filling a horse car. . .Once hand came up from Florida lo Latonia nnd unloaded from one car six horses, two cows, three razorback hogs (won in a poker gamc), one plow, a two- wheeler dump cart, an outfit of kitchen utensils, including thc stove, a half Ion of salt hay, and an alligator. per month "85c.' Mail rotes—in Hemp steed, Nevada, Howard, Miller • an VaFayotte counties, $4.50 per year; else The occupants of -vhcre $8.50. Basketball Results By The Associated Press Last Night's Scores: Princeton 37; Muhlcnberg 33. Syracuse 84; Toronto 39. Brooklyn College 54; Pratt 40. Villanova 71; Rider 32. Marshall 54; Morehoad (Ky) 50 Trinity 52; M.I.T. 39. Midwest St. Louis 57; Texas Aggies 42. Washington (St. Louis) 40 ;West minister Mo) 85. Buller 1; Pitt 39. Lawrence Tech State Univ. 40.' 5; Montana Ml. Union 54; Kcnyon 43. Cincinnati 78; Western Reserve ' Baldwin-Wallace 51; John Carroll 47. Illinois Tech 88; Chicago Tchrs 6b Beloil 48; Carlelon 45. Dubuque 58; Pcnn (Iowa) 37. Cornell (Iowa) 48; 'Auguslana (111) 30. SI. Ambrose '13; Central (Iowa) 9. Wayne (Neb) 47; Western Union 4 (overtime). Knox 40; Grinncll 38. Kirksvillc (Mo) Tchrs 58; Quincy 38. North Central (111) 44; Millikin Kansas Rallies to Defeat Porkers 53-52 Kansas City, ~cc. 14 — (/P) — Thanks to n last minute, second round triumph over the Arkansas tlazorbacks, thc University " Kansas Jayhawks will defend basketball prestige of the midlands lere tonight against Southern Mclhodisl Univcrsily of the Southwest Conference in championship finals of thc All-Dig Six lournnmenl. At one time last nighl It looked as though two Southwest Conference teams—Arkansas and S. M. U. —would meet for the Big Six con- tcrencc prc" - season torunameiil title. S. M. U. had defeated Kansas State 4G-10-3G to advance io the Cinals, and Arkansas led Kansas by seven poinlswit h six minutes to Bamhill Asks for More Bowl Game Tickets Dnllns, Dec .14 — (/P)— The faculty committee of the Southwest Conference was to wind up its wln- every private dwelling and every public building shall provide a metalic, plywood or plastic can or cans with 'tight fitting covers for thc holding of garbage and shall place same at a point on the premises where the garbage collector may have access to same; it said premises has an alley, said garbage can shall be placed near said National Advertising Representative—• Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn, Sterick Building; Chicago, -100 North Michigan Avenue; New York Cily, 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich.. 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg.; New Orleans, 722 Union St. . cans. SECTION 5 TWO NICE HOUSES, GOOD LO- cation. Wade Warren, phone 356 13-6t YOUTH BED WITH MATTRESS for sale, good as new. Can be seen at 316 South Walnut St. SMALL, ELECRIC WASHER, LA- dies fur coat and other suits. Phone 488. 315 North Pine St. lo-bt FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 12-3t Wonted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Rey lierson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE netian Blinds, wood or metal outside metal blinds and awnings Write Riley Cooper, 1909 Wes 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lm LET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD mattresses or make new ones Phone 229-J. Cobb's Mattres ET YOUR RED, BLACK AND peppers at Monts Seed Chilli Store. 14-7t NE LARGE. MOSLER SAFE FOR sale. See Briant & Co. 14-3t alley Said cans must not be than twenty (20) gallon capacity and shall have a handle or handles suitable as an aid in unloading the ^^*^*. „. All garbage must be drained of liquid substance before same is- placed in garbage cans. SECTION 6. From and after the passage and approval of this ordinance', it shall be unlawful tor any person, (firm, or corporation to dump or throw garbage on an> vacant lot, sticct. 01 allcv or any other place in the city of Hope, Arkansas, except in said garbage an as provided by this ordinance. SECTION 7_ Garbage shall be collected from private residences by the City at least twice a week; and garbage shall be collected by he City from business houses, hospitals, schools, hotels, restaurants, and other places handling food for sale to the general public, at least six (6) times weekly. SECTION 8. The ice herein provided shall be payable in advance, and shall be collected at sucn places and in such manner as the Member of The Associated Press: Thc Associated Press is exclusively entitled to Ihe use for rcpublication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also thc local news published herein. The Yankees (baseball) and Dodgers both arc bidding ior Lou Viau, all around ace of thc Kings Point Merchant Marine Academy . . .Headline: "Snuffy Stirnweiss has tonsils removed.". . .Probably he never had a chance to exercise them with Larry MacPhail around (Phogi Aliens inmous for win- when eleven Dr. Forrest C. Kansans, who are ning thc close ones, when eleven minutes without a field goal in 'the second half after loading HI to 27 at thc intermission. The Jayhawks one-two-thrce punch of Charlie Black, Olto Schnelklachcr and Ray Evans went to work, however, and whipped thc ball around thc towering Razorbacks for setup shots and a 53 to 52 win that dazed 6,000 fans. Schnellbacher paced Kansas with i points. Black scored 15. Evans „ iuciay uy acting on multitude of eligibility matters nnd on recommendations from the coaches and athletic directors for n "B" team schedule in basketball and resumption of fencing as a conference sport. ^, The committee, governing body .-' of thc conference, met last night but announced no decisions, choosing lo meet again today before revealing ils deliberations. The Coaches and Athlelic Directors Association wound up ils business last night, working out a 15- game baseball schedule for each team and deciding lo revive Ihe annual fencing tournament. However, only Texas, Baylor and Southern Methodist indicated they would parlicipale. Fencing was abandoned as a sport during thc war. All :-. schools play baseball except Ar- "•pf r*Wr* 36. Peru (Neb) '12: Tarkio (Mo) -10. Omaha 56; Nebraska Wcslcyan 29. Phillips Univ (Okla) 55; War- I'cnsburg (Mo) 29. Garden City (Kas) .T. C. 51; Panhandle (Okla) A. & M. •!?. Eastern Okla A. & M. 53; Fort Smith (ArkI 21. Wichita 49; Emporia (Kas) Tchrs 36. Friends (Kas) 37; Tabor 29. Washburn 66; College of Emporia O * Maryvillc (Mo) 52; York (Neb) 38. For Rent HREE ROOMS FURNISHED for light housekeeping, near Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 12-3t For Sole or Trade 1942 DODGE TON TRUCK long wheel base, new tires anc motor. Large back end. Also 1936 Chevrolet. Esso Service Sta tion. Emmet. ll-6t Mayor from time to time may prescribe In the even that the tee provided for herein is not paid promptly when due, a penalty of fifty cents (50c) tor each delinquent fee is heieby levied upon the person delinquent in payment and said penalty shall become part of and be collected with the regular fee- heretofore levied. In tne event that any fee levied herein remains unpaid'for a period of more than thirty (30) days from the time the said fee became due, the Citv of Hope is hcrebv aulhoiized to institute civil suit for the recovers.of said fee with any penalties that may have been attached thereto, n'us court costs. SECTION 9. The Mayor, and. the of Hope, Arkansas as the State Board of Health has under the laws of the State of Arkansas and the rules and regulations of the State Board of Health. SECTION 16. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. SECTION 17. Whereas, it is necessary for the public health ot the inhabitants of the City of Hope, Arkansas that the garbage be collected, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this ordinance is found to be necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety of the citizens of the City of Hope, Arkansas; and this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its' passage and approval. PASSED AND APPROVED NOVEMBER 10, 1946 Albert Graves . , Mayor Dots All, Brothers The "All America" team picked by a group of scouts for one of the picture magazines will startle plenty of Cans. U has four army guys "and two from Oklahoma on the first team while Charley Trippi and Johnny Lujack are on the second. o FRAUD CHARGE D Bucharest, Dec. 10—(Pplnyrrl:-- (X! 3 )—Juliu Maniu, leader of xne opposition National Peasant Party, charged at a foreign news conference today that the government won the Nov. 9 elections by fraud and demanded new elections under another government Oklahoma Aggies "B" 26; Oklahoma Baptist 16. Macomb (111) Tchrs 56; Iowa State Tchrs 39. Big Six Tournament (Second Round I Southern Methodist 46; Kansas Stale ,'J6. Kansas 53; Arkansas 52. Big Six Tournament (Consolation) Oklahoma 61;- Missouri 53. Nebraska 3; Iowa State 51. South and Southeast Georgia Tech 63; Chattanooga 37 Mississippi 58; Auburn 38. Tulane 43; Baylor '10. Catholic Univ 42; Randolph-Mac Notice Attest: T. R. Billingslcy City Clery 1941 SPECIAL DELUXE CHEVRO- let Good condition. See Tracy Mullins at 524 West Division 13-3t Notice ROSSTON-CAMDEN BUS SCHE- dule. Leave Hotel Snyker at 8:lo a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. 10-6t I HAVE OPENED THE FORMER Carl Reese florists and nave just received a shipment of shrubs. Clifton Booth, Phone 29-J-3. 14-3t Shop. 23-lm FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF sand, gravel and dirt, Call 138 tsU'&W WE CAN NOW GIVE FROM 5 TO 10 days delivery on new blinds made in Texarkana. Guaranteed : free estimation, also free installation. We can now re-taps, re-cord, paint and make your blinds like new. Quick service. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Avenue, Phone 4520-W. 7-lm _ _ MY PIANO TO BE REPOSSESSED after uty SECTION 9. ---- ...... --,- . , . Citv Council shall have the right ti contiact with any pcioon nun or corpoiation for the icmoval of said gai bdge and said peison film, 01 coipoi.ition so leceivmg the contract shall be an agent of the City of Hope, Arkansas in the col- 6 SECTION 10. The Mayor and City Health Officer shall have the right to inspect or to employ mspectois to make inspections or all P^misos alleys, vacant lots and all othei tvpes of property within the City of Hope, and shall have the power to notify owner or owners thereof of any unsamtaiv conditions exist° n g thereon. Within .ten 10 days e COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority ;>nd directions contained in tne de- ci etal older of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the 10 day of December, A D 1946 in a certain cause (No. 65391 then pending therein between B C Hcllis complainant, and Roy Men .jan and Willie Morgan defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court will offer foi sale at public vendue to the hiehast bidder, at the East door or entrance of thc Courthouse m the County of Hempstead, witnm the houi s pi escribed by law for judicial i.alcs, on Tuesday, the 14 day of Januaij, A. D. 1947, the following described real estate to-wit: NOTICE Notice is hereby given it/at the directors of Saratoga School District No. 9 and 11 ol Hpwara-Hemp- stead County will offer u. uuard a contract on sen led bio?, lo be opened at a meeiiiig 10 Lit: IIKICI at Saratoga .lii^U bUMm, U a.iii. m\ the eighth (.lay ui January, 1947, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to purchase a school bus chassis of 194 inches wheel base and a school bus body 21 feet long with a seating capacity of 48, Bids shall be for equipment meeting the minimum specifications adopted for school bus bodies and chassis by the Arkansas Highway Commission and the State Board of Education The contract will be awarded or basis of price and quality. The Equipment is lo be dcliverec as soon as possible but not lalcr than 30 days from date of awarding of contract. The directors reserve the right to -reject any and all bids. For additional information write to Mrs. Mary S. Goodman, Secretary of Board of Directors at McNab, Arkansas. Dated December 7, 1946. MRS. MARY S. GOODMAN, Secretary. Dec. 7- Dec. 14. Miss. Stale n; Florida 24. Washington & Lee 07; Quantic Marines 39. East Carolina Tchrs 47; Fort Bragg 44. Southwest North Texas State 50; Texas Christian 42. Arizona G9; Texas Tech 47. New Mexico Aggies 61; Hardin- Simmons 49. Arizona Stale (Tcmpe) 30; Wesl Texas State 35. Arkansas State (Conway) 47; Durant (Okla) Tchrs 42. Hendrix 50; Arkansas Medics 45. Far West Wyoming 5; Idaho 36. Eastern Washington 45; Montana State College 49. Santa Clara 53; Southern California 42. UCLA 31: Redlands 46. Washington G4; College Puget Sound 38. San Francisco 39; Utah 37. Utah Stale 50; Washington State 44. Texas Wcsleyan 54; Colorado Col- cge 51. laycd a great defensive gamc and lipped in seven points. George Kok, Arkansas' great 6- oot 10-inch center who accounted or 11 points, fell to the floor in cars at thc final bell, completely xhausted. Alva Williams, 6 - 0 uard, led Arkansas with 14 points. Scheduled fn the opening jiight amc arc the Oklahoma Sooncrs, /ho beat Missouri (il-fi3, and the •lebraska Cornhuskors, 54 lo 51 /fetors over Iowa State. The afternoon card matched Missouri and Iowa State, both shipped twice in the cloublc-conso- ation pro-season tournament, and Kansas State and Arkansas, each ,vith one win and one loss. Oklahoma, thc odcls-on prclour- lament favorite, piled up a 19- ooint lead over Missouri in the first 10 minutes of play, but had to flash a nine-point scoring attack in ihc last minute lo beat off a Missouri rally. Oklahoma was upset by Kansas Stale, the team without a chance to win, 55-59, in the first round. Gerald Tucker. Oklahoma's center who set a Big Six scoring record of 175 points in 10 games in 1943, shouldered the point-making load, accounting for 2il points and bringing his two game total to 52 points. Kansas State gave S. M. U. a hot fight, but didn't have thc height to cope with the lanky Tcxans who hrcw up a strong defense all the vay. Oklahoma traveled in a breeze for three-quarters of the game be The track, golf and tennis meets, along with .fencing, probably will be held at Baylor University, Waco. Mosl ot the schools favored a "B" team schedule in baskelball on Ihe same order as was carried out in football last season. It also was decided that school would handle the each radio broadcast on basketball games individually. An oil company did the broadcasting for the entire confer- i cncc last season. Coach John Barnhill of Arkansas, whose team will play Louisiana State in the Cotton Bowl, filed a request with Ihc Cotton Bowl Athletic Association for morc tickets for sale in Arkansas but said he had little hope of obtaining any. Thc bowl game is a sell-out if, all reservations already filed arc filled. "We will take any number of tickets," said Barnhill. "We'll take even one." OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete information write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS 'ore Missouri made a threat. Tucker accounted for 17 of his ooints in the first ten minutes, but Missouri harrasscd the big boy in the second period and climbed within one point of TI tie, 51 to 52, with less than :five minutes of play remaining. Dan Pippin scored 12 points for Missouri, Thornton Jenkins 11. .„...,, can have by taking up my payments. John Miller, General Delivery. H- 3t iwtlce it sh aU the Male Help Wanted WANTED, ASSISTANT BOOK- keeper, general office work. Applications strictly confidential. Give full details as to experience and salary expected. Write Box Wanted to Buy E BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone J 23-2mo VISIT OUR NEW * AND COMPLETE RECORD SHOP Becords and Albums for every age and taste. MAKE THIS A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Shop early. The perfect Gift awaits you at €Q!9-TOOLEY RADIO CO "Radio. Phonographs and Radio Service 98, Hope, Arkansas. 7-tf Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED, at Hotel Barlow. APPLY 14-3t Legal Notice ORDINANCE NO. 610 AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE COLLECTION OF SPECTION OF PREMISES AND GARBAGE AND FOR THE IN FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF cause removal of such unsanitary conditions, and il such owner or wnersdo not comply within ten To" days, the City Health Officer shall be authorized to immediately caule lemoval of such unsamlau conditions and to conerl such un- bamtary conditions and the cost of said correction shall be ,i chaific and lien against the pioneily OP whYrh said unsamtaiv conditions exists 01 existed, and in addition thereto, anv poison Dim 01 coi- poration failing to obey such notice and continuing to maintain an un- sanitaiy condition shall be deemed Imllv of a misdernwnoi and upon Conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not to exceed twenty- five (S25.00) dollars. SECTION 11. Any person, fum, 01 coipoiation viildUiiR any p. o- vision of this ordinance or f ailing to pay any fee herein provided shall be deemed guilty of a rmsdemeano and upon conviction tnereof shall be fined in anv sum not to exceed twentv-five (S25.00) dollars. SECTION 12. In the event that THE SOUTH HALF IS'SO OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER (NW'/i) OF SECTION EIGHTEEN (18), TOWNSHIP THIRTEEN (13) SOUTH, RANGE TWENTY-FIVE (25) WEST in Hempstead County Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as leqmied by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure thc payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 14 day of December, A. D. 1946. C. E. Weaver Commissioner in Chancery. (SEAL) Dec. 14, 21, 28 1946, Jan 4, 1947 CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size of mattresses. 1 Day Service In Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. 3rcJ St. Phone 119 REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J maintain!!* the functions herein contemplated, any surplus shall be paid into the street fund of tne Citv of H-ooe. Arkansas. SECTION 13. The Mayor nnrt the City Council of the City of Hope Arkansas are hereby autl olued to acquire a place of disposal within a reasonable distance of the City of Hope, Arkansas as approved bv the Citv Health Officer for -thc disposal of' said garbage and mav lease or purchase land for saic purpose.' and said Mayor and sait Citv Council are hereby authorized and empowered to purchase such pquipmenl as may be necessai> for carrying into effect the objects, of this ordinance. SECTION 14. If any wart or parts, section or sub-sections of this rirdinaiife arc- hold lo lie unconstitutional or invalid, such un- constilnlkinality or not affect the validity of the re- maininr.' nr.rtions of this ordinance. SECTION 15. For the purpose ot Ar- pnfoi-citi!' this ordinance the t-itv Health Officer is hortbv granted full power and authority to within the said Ciri- of HUIK;, kansas, and to perform all vinj'iilar tUo di.H""". r,f siiid Hoallh Officer v-'.lh hill 1t;!(:tl f;f- fcct lor and oa benalf c-f tne City William R. Herndon Photographer Second floor First National Bank Phone 493 Christmas Special 8x10 Sepia Portrait and One Dozen Personalized Christmas Cards (from your choice of 4 negatives) oV4.00 Additional Cards $3.00 Doz, MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana Refrigerator REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service HARRY SEGNAR PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs PHONE 382-J 1023 South Main Street Give Her a SPENCER SUPPORT FOR CHRISTMAS It means giving her a beautiful figure and better health. MRS. RUTH DOZIER 216 S. Hervey Hope, Ark. HAVE YOUR CAR WINTERIZED at MAYO'S Texaco Service Station PHONE 6 CHRISTMAS TOYS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main At Christmas Time There is one gift you can be sure will give grateful pleasure and lasting happiness. Your Photograph Open Sundays Till Christmas The Shipley Studio "Artist Photographers" 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark, i'S AMERICAN CAFE . . Open 24 Hours Daily »•"• Meet your friends here, Day or Night. We're always glad to serve you. Robert A. Gammill Mgr. WANTED White Oak Logs CHRISTMAS CARDS Gentry Printing Co. 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HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES FREE ESTIMATES ON All JOBS 228 East 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 Heart and Sap Cypress Also Pine Across Street from Hope Basket Co. HOPE SHINGLE CO. Phone 1000 Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex. H. WMhburn Ono Case Where Consolidation Isn't Needed All over Arkansas there is crying need lor consolidation and strengthening of public school clis tricts—everywhere, that is, except in Little Rock. In Little Rock what is needed is division rather than consolidation A long-sutlcring state has hs • tcncd to the bombastic Growings of the Little Rock papers because tnc capital city Tigers, operating liom u single high school in oui largest town, quite obviously won -tne stale lootball championship. ''The word "obviously" is ampiy justified—population odds were not less than 1U to one In lavor of Little Rock. Every city the size of Little Rock has two or more senior high schools. Snrcveporl, for instance. And wncic a major city is broKcn down into several schools they can compete fairly with the single high schools 01 the state's smaller ciucs—but not so with Little Hock and its single school operating in ,a big town. •j Little Rock has no business being permitted to compete lor the state title under present circum- sances. Sportsmanship indicates very plainly that the ,odds arc too one-sided. The capital city right now is trying to get permission from the Arkansas Athletic Association to play a post-season game at New Orleans against the champion of that city next Sunday. Yet Inc AAA discouraged Hope, third ranking team in the state, when we sought :alhc right to play a post-season •»gamc also in Louisiana. Arrogant Little Rock should be turned down —but firmly. -K * -K BY JAMES THRASHER Moving Day for the UN The United Nations, liko the first United States Congress and millions of subsequent United Statos | tourists, has decided that New York City is a wonderful place to visit, but it would hate to live there. And so the great, busy ciiy will she r tly say goodby to the iransi- of the youthful world organi/.a- and return to its ousiorravy preoccupation with commerce, the arts and the scjc/Kfc:;, the Vaiikces, the Giants-'iiM'Hhe' Dodgers. New York is often accused of being heartless, but let no one suppose that the UN's departure v.-.ll go unnoticed. New Yorkers arc generally proud of the city—not only the natives, but the others, ] er- haps millions, who have long since 'shaken the dust of their native Kan- Hope Star WEATHER FORECAST . Arkansas—Mostly cloudy tonight and Tuesday; scattered showers in west and north tonight and in east and south portions Tuesday; colder Tuesday and in northwest portion late tonight. 48TH YEAR: VOL. 48—NO. 54 Star of Hope, 1899; Pres» 192? Consolidated Januorv 18. 1929. HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1946 (KEA)—Means Newspaper fenjerprlse AtS'n (ADI Marine Accnrjated PfOSl Vp)—Moons Associated Prosl Snoddy Is Named Senate Secretary for '47 Assembly Little Rock, Dec. 10 —(/I')—Former Slate Senator James Snoddy of Mulberry will be Senate secretary for the 1947 general assembly, and other Senate employes will be selected by a five-member efficiency committee from the upper house. Snoddy was elected here yesterday at an organization meeting attended by 29 of the 35 Senators- elect. The efficiency committee was named by Nathan Gordon of Morrilton, who as lieutenant governor will preside over the Senate. He elected Clyde Byrd of El Dorado, Campaign'Gift' Not Turned Over to Men Running Washington, Dec. 16 —(/I 1 )—B.L. Knost, Meridian, Miss., contractor, told the Bilbo invesllgaling committee today that he had learned that a $3,750 contribution he and his partner made to a Mississippi campaign fund in 1941 had not been turned over to the men running that campaign. He testified that he turned the money over to Edward P. Terry, then secretary to Senator Bilbo (O- Miss), for use in the unsuccessful campaign to elect Wall Doxcy to the United Stales Senate. He added, however, that in re- "Before the business session the cent talks with Robert Gandy and Senators-elect were guests of Sen- Forrest Jackson, also associated alors Dillon and Ellis Fagan, also urJtl-, RHl->r» in hnpkint? DOXGV S Call- ^r TUU« T?r.r.lr i< n ' rltinlr Hirmnr chairman; Rock, vice ~Ed Dillon of- Lillle chairman; Guy Jones of Conway, Dr. J. E. Smith of Reyno and Lawrence Blackwell of Pine' Bluff. The Senators-elect adopted a resolution pledging co-operation with Gordon. Before the business session with Bilbo in backing Doxey's can- o£ mile Rock, didacy, he had been told they did not get thc money from Terry. "It may have been used in the campaign but it never got into their hands," Knosl said. Knost said the $3,750 was con- Iribuled on behalf of himself and Mike Morrisscy, another contrac-1 Previously he had testified that in' June of 1942 he and Morrissey jointly gave another $5,000 to Bilbo for Doxey's campaign. F. T. Newton, still another con at n •o ' duck dinner. Grid 'Fix' Brings Arrest of Gambler CIO Big Three Plan to Open 'Wage War' By J .ROBERT SHUBERT Pittsburgh, Dec. 16 — (UP) — The big three of the Congress of Industrial Organizations start conferences today on plans to open a 1047 "wage war" against industry on behalf of 2,350,000 workers. Their pught is the high cost of living, and CIO President Philip Murray, also leader of 853,000 stee workers, Waller Reuther, top man of 900,000 automobile workers, anc Albert Fitzgerald, head of 600,000 United Eleclrical, Radio and Ma chine workers, want no price rises. The "wage war" strategy will start off with informal discussions among Murray, Reuther, Fitzgerald and lesser union officials, who probably will set the pattern for earnest demands on industry later in the week. The conference probably will last a week. A possible pattern may have been set up in New York by Reuther's United Automobile Workers who demanded a 23.5 cent per hour pay F. V. Haynie Resigns as Police Chief; No Successor Named F. V. Haynie, police chief of Hope since 1941, will resign January 1, to accept a position as deputy sheriff under Sheriff Tom Gulley of Pulaski County. Mr. Haynie formerly lived at Little Rock. He began police work in 1936 with the Little Rock City Police Department, joined the Arkansas Slate Police force in 1937 and when he resigned in 1941 was sergeant of this district. At that time he became Hope Police Chief, spent 40 months in the Navy during the war, and returned to his position here when released from the service. Mayor Albert Graves has not announced his successor. o Court Affirms Decision of Nevada Court Little Rock, Dec. 16 — (/P)— A change in an accounting system by the Coca Cola bottling company of Fort Smith in 1943 did not ."intimidate" any "attempt x x x to evade fraudulently a tax liability' and Revenue Commissioner Otho Army, Navy Ask More Funds But Expect Slashes Washington, Dec. 16 — (IP)— The army and navy, while asking officially for an increased $14,000,000,000 share in the national budget,' actually are bracing for deep cuts, in national defense funds for the next fiscal year. Expecting notice of a first sharp 1 ut probably this week when Pres- dent Truman's budget message is put into final shape for submission o Congress, the War Department >articularly has been urging ruth- ess trimming by all branches of New York, Dec. 1G — (UP)—New York authorities moved in today on a gang of New Jersey gamblers tractor, also had told' of giving who souilht to stage a sports "Hx" ?25,000 for the same purpose. rivalling that of the notorious Chi- hiKe as a starter and other fringe concessions which may boost the total to 30 cents an hour. Murray, who asked President Truman's new council of economic advisers to levy heavy taxes "or the loot of postwar profiteers and A. Cook's assessment of $4,974 in alleged "deficient" state income taxes for that year against the company was erroneous, the Ar kansas Supreme Court ruled today The decision by the court today was the second involving Cook's efforts to obtain additional state Leon Blum Forms New All-Socialist French Cabinet' Paris, Dec. 16 —.(/«—Leon-tilum has formed an all-SocialUsi-cabl- net with himself as prdsldent-pre- mier and minister of foreign affairs, it was official announced to day. Andre Le Troquer, outstanding anti-Communist in the party ranks, was given the Communist-.coverted post of minister of national defense, with control, of the farmed forces, at home, in the colonies and in.the occupation' zones. The remaining key post of the "big three" ministries, that of the interior which controls police and home security forces, went to Edouard Depreux, another .moderate Socialist. Pierre Olivier tapie, a deputy ,he army. Staff conferences have been advised to look for proposals in Congress to slash war and navy funds as much as 40 percent. Gen. Jacob L. Devers and Lt. J. Lawtoii Collins, among; ing. tonight. Meurthe-et-Moselle, , v— ••• undersecretary, of state for foreign affairs, directly under-Blum, " 'The new cabinet-designate, which must • await; a- vote of confidence by the national .assembly, was summoned to'hold • its first meet- Non-Residential BuildingBoosted by Government By'STERMNG'F. GREEN Washington, Dec. 16 — (/P)— The government prepared today to ooost non-residential constvucuaa by perhaps 40 percent, put a iloor- space limit on new nomes, ana give private enterprise a nwcn. Eigger say-so in iigntmg the housing shortage. With these as policy guides laid down by President Truman, olti- " w • * . j pro- price- ;j),UUU JUl UlU auiue JJLII iJuo^. "-r> -; y Knost also told the investigating ca f ° bl « ck sox baseball scandall of committee that he made Bilbo a $1,200 loan on Nov. G, 1941, and lhat Bilbo has repaid only $750 thc sum. "Why did you make this loan?" 1919. The syndicate tried to get two ^^ars oE the New York Giants professional football team to toss their [National League championship game with thc Chicago Bears yes- gamc wn c cao - iskcd Senator Ferguson (R-Mich). terc j. ly Tney suggested that Frank "Because he needed the money, 1 Filchock, the Giants' passing art- Knost said, explaining thai he was ist and Merle Hapes, a consistent a long-time friend of thc Mississip- ground g a j neri see that thc Bears - senator whose dealings with co- i won ^y morc than 10 points. The Lractors are under Senate scrutiny, betting fraternity had conceded the Knost conceded that Bilbo had Bears were 10 points better than assisted him in his quest for gov-1 t | ic Giants. • Thc Bears won, 24 to 14, without in 111 vu £^\jv\.iiit»iv,»*t, u».j.i^.M.^ -....— i jjfjy skuildu G fiery. sometimes accompanying him for Bot |., pi ayerS) however, .refused interviews. | 0 have any part in the "fix." Just He expressed the belief that the w ho tipped off the police was not senator will pay the $450 balance certain, but many hours oefore when he can. (Sunday's sellout game a Broadway Knost testified that he handed character named Alvm Pans, a Ihe $3,750 check lo Terry (now ill thin red-haired man of 28 .was; ar•* •£•-- in a Quitman. Miss., hospital) at a rested He readily admitted trying . ... — ..—ve Kan- suite ** ln Ulc Roya i hotel, Jackson, to put the fix on Filchock and sas, Ireland, Michigan or Poland | Mj d SJ headquarters by Hapes, but. gave no hint he repre- probably the committee- baclUnK -..Doxey's I sented a syndicate which Mayor tne 1001 01 postwar in uiutiui s unu ^«.*.< ™ ~—••• -----, --- 4Um speculators,'- kept in close touch income taxes for 1943 from the with the week long wage discus- bottling company. The other^hand- sions of the auto workers in New York. His United Steel Workers will get down to the serious business of wage discussions on Wednesday with a meeting of the 175-man wage policy committee and the 39 district directors and international officers. In January, after thc union has determined ils demands, Murray and his associales will meet with steel industry leaders to discuss a new contract to replace the pres ent one which expires on Feb. 15 Contract talks started with the Aluminum Company of America more than a week ago, -but were suspended until this Friday. The independent union of Weirton Steel Company also has started contract [negotiations, but thus far no terms I have been disclosed. The Writon union leader, Edward :d down last February upheld the authority of the Sebastiari chancery court to hear the Coca Cola firm's protest of Cook's action. Prior to 1943 the company kept its books and rendered its income tax returns on an "accrual basis" under which it treated as gross income all accounts becoming due during a tax year. The system involved the deduction of federal income taxes paid during the year. The system inaugurated in 1943 provided that the books be kept on a "cash receipts and disbursements" basis. Under this, only the actual income was reported rather than that which became due. Also in the change of systems, the company deducted the federal tax which- came due in 1943 rather than that which was actually paid. others, have predicted atempts-to; cut combined expenditures of/ the : two services from the current $13,- : 000,000,000 to as little as $8,000,-. 000,000 for the fiscal year beginning next July 1. - 1, : Collins told a reporter today the figures were based on pbst-elp'ctipti talk of Republican leaders rather than on word from the White House, where War and Navy Department chiefs were advised' last month they must be prepared for sharply pared down allotments. Tne earlier budget estimates of- the services were submitted before the election gave impetus to' the economy trnd. r, ' : : Th War Department,' with costly overseas occupation commitments even though the .army's size is being steadily reduced, asked for some $8,500,000,000 compared with; this year's appropriation of $7,200,000,000. The navy asked for an in-, crease from about $4.600,000,000 tp. ISeevifity Group 0 StiArms A. -PAPlRISi JR. New 'York,, Deci 16 — (/?}— The United: Nations' < assembly ' turned ceilings—a program which w d s catcmng bricKDats from AVilson Wyatt's admirers and bouquets from the, building industry. One of Wyatt's chief aides, Norton Long, prepared to take the cue of his-iormer chief and resign as deputy housing expediter. He denounced Mr. Truman's new housing policy as "not a program at all" but a bid for a "boom and. Dust" in real estate. ««,•*». Climaxing- a series of White House huddles, Mr. Truman on (Saturday night wiped out the $10,000 ceiling on the selling price of new houses and announced that any citizen can build a home for himself— -a. right tftat for 11 months only veterans have enjoyed. Nevertheless the president said. Unite: aons < assem sin over, to ,the' .ll^member . .security teing counei!' today .the monumental task • •« ?«, -l.?2 gr IE . the new program will be a vigorous one," with the government approximately $6,000,000,000. Carryover funds swelled amounts -available for actual out- ays this year to some $13,000,000,000. "Thnir citv thcv will tell you has I y 1V11SS., useu as neuuiiuuii.cia uj ""«'—' ~~r =-,. , v. the committee.,^ba<lUnj.,Doxcy' ? s^ Knost said he made the dona-1 '°,}i s ' ff „, «or: nnn bail \ he made the dona- every hing-acccssb ity conveni- Uon without prior consultation with ences, color, variety, culture and his partner, Morrissey He added beauty. Why then, they will ask, that Morrisscy agreed to stand half an- the expense when about ll latcl- - . , was their city passed up for other? Perhaps, as the UN committee , said, the organization just needed set, asked Knost if he recalled more room. Perhaps it was because that he gave Terry the $3,750 check George Meadcr, committee conn- more room, .remaps iu \v«a uuuawo^ mui nu yuvu iciiy mu ^o,i,ju unc^n. a Ukrainian delegate got shot in a O n the same day that Newton gave holdup, or because Britain's Mr. the $25,000. Knost said he thought Bevin was booed as resoundingly his contribution came in ahead of by a Polo Grounds crowd as if he Newton's, had been one of the Brooklyn Dod- _ ?-cers, who are regularly booed in f^ ^ those precincts, ll/^rklTI^* C KPWQ But we arc inclined to credit the VJCV/I Us- ^1 CW3 UN's departure to thc locations in , ** -_ which the delegates, by a particu- r\ |QC ^.f il/tllnC •larly capricious chance, found them • L/lgb {Jl L/QIIUd •selves working. The Security Council met on the site of the former II -.ll^ I S^scTn-bT^Vct'd' af L^ H OSpltO I Success. Perhaps there were too many disturbing memories in the George T. Crews, aged 6?- well- one case and a discouraging inab- known Hope businessman, died yes ilily to live up lo the name in the | let-day al a Dallas, TOXHS hosnital '< l It will be recalled lhat, in the world of day before yesterday,. „,,. ^.^.^^ „,,„ „ ,, all .^. „. .,~ New York set up a world's fair on V ada County but had lived in Hemp a parcel of reclaimed Long Island stead County many years, real estate. There visitors werc supposed lo get a glimpse of the shape ^ aa ^ ^ ^ lv . YTO , .„„ „„ „ ofjhings lo come. ij| ,.„„.. j of Oklahoma City, George T. Crews expecled to be posted today. More arrests were expected. Paris said he offered Filchock and Hapes $2,500 apiece in addition lo the profits on a $1,000 bel in their names if they would throw he game. Both refused. National League President Bert Bell wouldn't let Hapes play yes- erday because he had been ap- iroachcd directly. Filchock was jermitted to play because he was approached only "by innuendo, nit most of his passes went awry anyhow. Assistant District Attorney George Monaghan said Paris merely was "covering up" for the syndicate which reportedly $20,000 on the Bears on He had been seriously ill for abou I six weeks. Mr. Crows was a nalivc of Nc . that industry can boost wages 25 per cent without harming itself 01 hoisting prices. lums" '« -."';."" u< ,.„„ i o aoma y, eorge . But some of the world s nations Jr o£ Dallas rour daughters, Mrs. _„.,..-.' 4 !»i«t 1 i nrt i r\ r> n n nft VI PI I 1.1 If* I *-t t i i »•» ._ _ «»__._ n .' — weren't invited lo be a part of the World of Tomorrow, others declined thc invitation, and still others packed up and went home early. Those who remained strove, with a friendly but intense nationalism,, to i outdo one another in advertising ' their own particular charms, beauties and accomplishments, didn t unite achieve a triumph of unani mity consistent of thc promising ti tie of its locale. So now the factory at Lake buc cess will go back to making successfully whatever it was making when the UN moved in. The bec- urily'Council's handsome arena will probably revert lo a skating rink. And New Yorkers will surely hope that, for thc sake of history, thc Council's early interim home will not be allowed to lapse into »' what it was in pro- fair days— thc Flushing dump. ONE TO GO Pueblo, Colo., Dec. IV —(/P)—Jus ticc of the Peace S. A. Bales is looking for a Vermont couple who wants to get married — free. In 14 years of officiating at weddings, he has married 1,400 couples who came from every slate in die union except Vermont. Bates wants to complete the record so he's offering a free cere Campbell Bowman, Mrs. Rennic DuBois, of Dallas, Mrs. John Rainey of Paragould, Mrs. Robert Jones ot Charleston W. Va. and a brother (j^il o\J iiw o w**,v-**i*b « ~» — — — inony to the first Vermont couple William Crews of Litlle Hock. Funeral services will be held at the Herndon-Cornelius Funeral Home at 3 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. W. P. Hardogroe in charge. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers; John Fri.sby, M. D. Shell, George Waddle, Donald Moore, Charles O. Thomas. Alfred Brannan, Rac Luck and Newt Pentecost. Honorary: George S. Crews, Henry Beardcn, Dorsey McRae, Sr., Roy Thra,sh, Victor Cobb, Vincent Foster, B. R. Hamm, George Dodds, E. S. Richards, S;'d McMath, Pat Casey, F. N. Porter, Harry J. Lemley, Charles J. Cox, Tom Wardlow, J. 'W. McWi'liams, Dr. P. B. Carrigan, R. T. While, L. B. Tooley, and C. P. Tolleson. 2500 Vets Cause Near Riot at Texarkana Sale Texarkana, Dec. 16 —(/I 5 )— No*r riot conditions prevailed at the Red River arsenal here early today as more than 2,500 veterans strength of the "fix," then hedged when Filchock and Hapes refused to follow through. For the record, Monaghan charged Paris with attempted bribery of a particpant in a professional game, a charge on which conviction is punishable by one lo five vears in prison and a $10,000 fine. His hearing was set for Dec. 23. , ... With thc first tipoff .authorities assigned acting Capt. Raymond MaGuire to Ihe case. He was the agent who broke the Brooklyn college basketball 1 bribery scandal last year. Police Commissioner Arthur Wallander rounded up Bell, Tim Mara, who founded the Giant learn, Mara's sons, Jack, now president of thc club, and Wellington a club official, MaGuire and other officials and look them to Mayor O'Dwyer's office Saturday afternoon. That night the talks went on at O'Dwyer's residence. Then Hapes and Filchock were brought in. Filchock was released immediately, but Ihe officials questioned Hapes from 1 a. m. to 6 a. m., and he Ross, admitted however that the portal-to-portal pay question was under discussion. The controlling ''board of 'the United Electrical, Radio and Machine workers meets tomorrow through Wednesday. General wage demands will be discussed, but no definite action was expected. Among other issues, the UE District 17, representing the east Pittsburgh Westinghouse plant, is pro-1 paring "substantial" claims for back time spent in preparatory activities. This was the procedure of sleelworkec locals which last week brought suit for back portal-to-portal wages. The CIO strategy meeting came at a time when Mr. Truman's coun- UUB cil of economic advisers makes its the report — one expected Wednesday bet to advise the administration on the how to stave off a postwar depression. It followed by a week Economist Robert R. Nathan's claim Garland circuit court was affirmed in its refusal to grant W. A judgment agaipst Sam P. Jones McKinney claimed he made a $400 payment to Jones as down pay ment for fixtures in the letter's market and grocery. McKinney cancelled the purchase contract when rent on the store building was increased at the time of the proposed purchase. The court ordered a $10,500 reduction in a Nevada circuit judgment of $15,000 for Clarence Tidwell against Ozan Lumber company for personal injuries received n a truck collision. The court af firmed the decision of the lower court for Tidwell but ruled that the judgment was excessive. o No Ruling on Garland Case by High Court Little Rock, Dec. 16 —(/P)— No decision was announced today by the Arkansas Supreme Court in the case involving the Garland county Agree Work of UN Step to New Era New York, DeqC 16 — (#)^men of the world- agreed today that the present session • of the United Nations - assembly may mark the opening of a new era in human-history.- This was revealed in a survey of delegates during the final .'hours of the session which' ended officially on a note of optimism for future peace and security. ' Thirty-four top diplomats replied to a questionnaire submitted by the Associated Press to the 54 delegations who had labored eight weeks at Flushing Meadow: Park and at ^•ake Success. None sounded a pessimistic note; all were optimis- Lic, a few guarded but the great majority expressing high hope and confidence. " . • Of the Big Five, only the United States, France and China replied. In replies from these three major powers and the host of small countries there was none of the 01 • O\f YHl4b>' ***KW •••••— ----- -y «- - - « i for ..reducing the- armies -of the world, and. destroying -the mass de- siructive.weapons of war. . Ending an historic eight-weeks' session-at 12:44 '.a.' m.. (EST), the •top•'diplomats of'54. nations gave the ' w.orld : its . first concrete hope fdr' outlawing war and .then headed!for home after writing another chapter in man's; long-search for fpea'ce.' • • • •-'••'•. . • '.• • .- . ; The-next regular meeting, will be held in New 'York • next Sept.'. 16, "but the' assembly may be Called into special session in six .months to approve world-wide arms.'reductions which the security .council-is .to plan in detail.' . .- 'Y. '• ' In the vaulted gold-and-blue. assembly- hall -at-- Flushing,. Meadow ;Park, the world's- diplomats, gave a solemn pledge that their^ countries would support •_,immediate steps to'reduce their arrned;;iqrces _ r p er S grrn , wUh empha- f rom federal control to uve/ "will, produce SICPS IU Acuuuu nnsii »*»^»»-** »—.-r r -r- and prohibit the' use; of ;the;:atp.mi This was regarded as:ihe'm0s't significant acljieve,merit;:of;the-.as- sembly,, which met to ';the ,.-yni|ea . Henceforth, Mr. Truman only "a few raw materials will DC allocated —.that is, channeled into housing —and anyone who wants to build a home for his own occupancy may do so by getting a simple government permit. This will kmit the floor area but will set no ceiling price and require no . inspection or building standards. The floor-space limit apparently will run about 1,500 square feet in the private judgment .of two top- ranking housing officials. Under the former $10,000 ceiling, the average house contained only 90U to 1,000 square feet. Frank W. Cortright, executive •vice president of the National Association of Home Builders, said he'believes that a "very nice house" of 1.500 square feet can be built ; f or-around $15iOOO, in high building cost areas. Shopping Poys sought advantageous positions in line for a sale of surplus government materials. Although there had been no ao- tual violence, fire trucks and guards equipped with tear gas stood by and an ambulance was stationed at the arsenal gates after some veterans, many of whom lad been assembled outside the ;ates since last Wednesday, col- apsed from fatigue. Jeeps, pick-up trucks and passenger automobiles had been advertised for sale today. Riot was threatened this morning when a group of new arrivals rushed the gates after the original line had moved back about 12 feet at the request of guards. At the request of several veterans in the original line, five disabled veterans were taken into a ilUIII 1 <l* *»it *•** " »•• •••••» —-.»-, probably wouldn't have been much good on the field yesterday. Then Paris was arrested and Sunday morning he signed a con fession. He said he met Hapes a a cocktail party on Nov. 23 anc casually mentioned Filchock. Las Tuesday he invited both players to his office, but they declined. The next day he went to the Polo grounds lo watch a Giant workou and try again. "The other boys say we could win," Hapes lold him. "We don"t want to let them down." The Giants, then moved to Bear Mountain and Paris tried unsuccessfully again on Thursday and Friday. The case began breaking on Saturday. Hapes disappeared and Filchock said after the game, "I don't know a thing about it at all." The way the game turned out no one lost anything. Bets on the Giants, with 10 points to boot, would have made it a tie score for the gamblers. The result was—no bet. Officer Attacked, Beaten by Negro Following Arrest Deputy Sheriff Allen Shipp was attacked and beaten by a negro Administration and congression- '• al leaders were watching the dis- c cussions here closey. Some of them J feared that if industry and labor ' cannot get together there may be a great wave of strikes. Murray ' has said that if production sinks '• back to the level of 1940 some 19,000,000 will be out of jobs. Yes Sir! Americ j Place to Live a [ a Few Good Ex s '• By HAL BOYLE New York, Dec. 16 — (/P) — A s brighter day is a-dawning. e Nobody yet has seen the ursl h robin of spring, but there are other portents that the long winter of d the world's discontent is about to i- melt, like a dreamy oid maid cor- t ncred in a love seat, d For example and to wit: A New it York department store is installing o heated sidewalks so the customers won't have to wade through snow o and slush lo buy a $25 dollar neck- it t', n l-».jnH_,-»:iintnH hv an UnSUllE lection contesls arising from the I- uly 30, 1946, Democratic pri- naries. s The case was submitted last t Vlonday, and decisions normally n-e rendered the week following ' submission. The tribunal made no t announcement indicating status of .he case. a Is a Good nd Here Are xsmples Why pen thc door and say, "Please." Regulators for babies so that in- lead of crying at night they make sounds like a Swiss music box, with at least four tunes. Silencers for fat sopranos that will shut them off or even choke .hem to death noiselessly when hey gel within shouting distance of high "C". Puppies house-broken at birth and with flat teeth so they will earn lo crack walnuts instead of chewing up slippers. Barkless dogs, clawless cals and skepticism that dogged the old League of Nations from its birth to its death. Warren R. Austin, chief of the U. S. delegation, declared that 'the accomplishments of this session give promise of attainment o: security without war — a peace that will prevail through the effec States for the first ,. r ..-...;—--,..,-. lected a Manhattan, sky?crat>er^ite for 'its 'permanent^horrie.;';.,:;'- ii-p,/:But almost e'quallyjjas^signifleant was the attainment-.of,-;.virtually unanimous agreement 1 ; a.rnpng; aeie- gates, a unanimity'-that:'-had 1 'been conspicuously •laqking. - ; ' Since.; 'the United Nations .-Vas-Nborn,;: •:;,;„; ' -For" the .first, -time iSinte.- hostilities ended, delegates ragweed ;there was an increase; -vim.'cooperative spirit between ;S.6y'iet ; Riissia! and he western powers,--.- u .','.'•'.i: There was :evidence in- some\ respects of a spf.teriing of ; V Russian policy and the. dimiriishtng of .Soviet susbicions. '-Delegatepv Agreed jenerally that .U;; S? Secre'taty, of Jt'ate ;James F; : Byrnes Contributed greatly : to this, .by. -disclosing voluntarily the:' numbe)\, ; ah4 position of American troops;. on foreign soil — information' that Russia fought unsuccessfully, -to. have every nation giye* to the U,iN._ This advancement m Unitea rua- «W9 Delations was keyno ed by -'- • v^vj* v*.*B*n-»^(*^>",*»":."T- -•=^'",-"^"-?_i'\*' ! » :l *'W*'-*" 11 "H- ought^o^roduc* mdfeiiouses than* we ever .could under the federal 'controls We've been slaving under." He predicted that many 'moderately/priced houses would be erected along with the higher-cost ones, because .low.-.priced homes are ' 'bread and -butter 1 ' to many builders, .. Store,, factory and other housing construction which non- HUUQ.UIB •' \fViio v* t*%jvivti ».•.»**•- V V" pletes with housing for materials soon will' be increased, housing officials :sald. Some of them fore, cast that the present limit of ?35,000,000. a week, over the country will be shoved'up to perhaps $50,000,000 as of January 1, a jump of .more than 40 percent. Warren -R.- Austin, chief .-of the U.S ' live processes of the United Na-| tions." . . i Maurice Dejean, acting chief of, the French delegation: ; "Two months ago the world was full of wild rumors about a new and rapidly approaching war. Today these rumors and fears are largely dissipated. If the pepple and the government of the United Nations go on. working in the spirit which prevailed here, the first New York session of the assembly may be looked upon in a few years as a ejegaUon ie session. clllavllCU unu ,.i\;«i.--i» tsj ** "~e>- whom he had arrested on charges of burglary and grand larceny Sunday afternoon. Police today are searching for Sandy Blanchard, alias Madison Fisher. The negro seized Shlpp's gun, struck him on the face and fled. The officer is not seriously hurl. Rembrandt. The Gran Casino Nacional at Ha vana has graciously underwritten free week-end air trips from Miami for America's millionaires. While enroule lo shed their sorrows at the Cuban gaming tables this under-privileged class will be stuffed with champagne and caviai on the casino's cuff. And whethei the gentry of the gouty wallets win, lose or draw the gratefu casino will ferry them back come morning to their 50-room hotels 01 the Florida coast. And if thc gray-black tires 01 your battered four-wheel *amil; chariot depress your good womar tell her to be of good cheer. Th scientists who keep fires burnin under their test tubes day an night so that progress shall not fail have come up with something really new: "White carbon black. This charming ingredient 59011 will enable you to bounce happily over the landscape on rubber tires colored baby blue, pure white, or a breahlaking orchid. starting point in the mankind." history of canaries that hum instead of going "pree, pree, pre-e-e-e-e-p nree pree!" Also, motionless gold fish. Office water coolers that give , . . ; clpsipe hours of " '' ~ out with Tom Collinses in summer and martinis in winter. A self- v eversins income I whereby the government tells everybody on March Ibth: "You •erpaid 300 percent last year." Apartments with walls so thick that when you sneeze you can t hear your neighbor say, "Gesundheit!' Drama houses with 3,000 front row seats at $1.10. Movie theaters that give away bottles of Scotch whisky instead of Dr. Wellington Koo, chief of the Chinese delegation: "No international conference ever had a heavier and more im portant agenda. Momentous deci sions were taken. The final deci sions adopted were all forward looking and liberal in spirit. The key-note of cooperation prevailed The session which has just closed augurs well for the future of man kind." Jan Marsaryk, foreign ministe of Czechoslovakia: "Being a guarded optimist and a realistic idealist, I can say this assembly has accomplished much. If the next two sessions accomplish as much, we shall be fairly near to a lengthy period of peace. For lengthy to long, and from long to permanent peace will be an uphill job." The Polish delegation: "This assembly has taken a ..reat step toward peace. Complet- ng its work on the eve of Christmas, 1946, this assembly brings a ;reat and hopeful message to all lumanity — a message of peace and freedom." IK bVoaluil. . i r • . . ± "Starting with the rink and paper harter," Austin tola fellow dele- ates, "we progressed from ppsi- ive disagreement and skepticism' as to the solution of the great n-oblems confrdnting us, to a new^ y discovered harmony—to almost unanimous,agreement. I think that ve have established the essential reality of the. United Nations." And in tribute to the small nations, Austin declared that "the assembly has proved its power to promote unanimous agreement among the great nations of these things that .are so important for the future of mankind." It was against a .backdrop of a borderless map of the world—symbol of the one world that man is seeking—that delegates in plenary session made these major decisions: 1, Disarmament— , Unanimously. The assembly approved a resolution calling for a •iblcd veterans were taiu'ii imo u n\v UI..IVM , guard hiusoand awarded posilionns The negro has a long police record at the head of the line. here. IV-CUJldiY-lUg \J4.b-****-*< These pleasant developments are but straws in the wind of change, beacons to a giddy carefree world of bye-and-bye. In that world to be maybe they can also figure it to let us enjoy: i i-iijw.». Nickel-a-mile taxis operated by cabbies who drive up to the curb, that au- inusical table crockery. Radar-equipped radios tomalically select good - - - . programs and filter out boogie- woogie and all human voices except Fred Allen's. Havana cigars that cost less than ^^ .^...- —- accordian. You just unfold them to any size you want. Two garages for every car — at $5 a month. A windshield wipei that works on rainy days, too. . A self-shaving razor. A pearl n every oyster. . Quick, Moo, pass the pipe. 1 n coming to! a box at the opera. Hotel rooms like an Dr., Mrs. Martindole Attending Medical Meet in Cleveland Dr. and Mrs. James G. Mar tindalc are in Cleveland, Ohio, at tending the American College o surgeons which convenes this week This is the first meeting since 194 and a record number of surgeon will attend. Dr. Martindale will receive hi degree of Fellowship in the Ameri can College of Surgeons at thi meeting. Many of tne most out standing surgeons in the Unite States will appear on thc progran during the week. far-reaching arnis limitation program, including the reduction of rmed forces and the prohibition the atomic bomb and other eapons of mass destruction. To ie security council was given the 1 ask of working out machinery for utting the program into opera- oh. 2 veto— After a year-long fight, thfc small owers lost their fight to strip the ig five of their special voting rlvilege in the security council. The assembly, however, adopted watered-down resolution urging he big five to use their veto pow- r more sparingly so that the 11- ation security body's work would iot be obstructed. . 3. Spain— In its first concrete Floods Sweep Oregon, 3500 Homeless By. United Press Flood waters left more than 3,500 persons' homeless in' Oregon today while the season's severest ' cold waye bore down on snow-covered north central states. •A wave of cold air moved across Montana and the Dakotas. It was expected to reach Iowa late today. Minnesota awaited temperatures expected to fall to 15 below zero in its northern-portion, and 'three to five inches of show were pre- dieter for northern Wisconsin. The south was favored by mild -temperatures. Docks were under water at Portland as flood waters of the dangerously swollen Willanette river hit the city. The most serious conditions continued to prevail southwest of Eugene where the Red Cross and army engineers supervised evacuation of 3,500 persons Saturday. The flood crest of the river, fed by the stilWalling rain, passed Eugene last night, but it was expected that a new high water level would hit the city today. against Generallisimo Francisco rt'ahco, the assembly recommended that all member nations recall their ambassadors and ministers rom Spain and that the present Vladrid regime be barred from nembership in anv organizations started by the U. N. or having relationship with it. 4. Trusteeships— The assembly approved .the transfer of eight League of Nations mandates to the U. N, trusteeship system, thus creating a 10- member trusteeship council to safeguard the interests of non- self-governing peoples and to try to see that they eventually achieve full independence. A blanket of snqw ranging from one to four inches in depty covered th enorth central states from, Montana to Michigan today and was expected to move into west- ren New York and Pennsylvania by tonight, the U. S. Weather Bu-, teau reported. A freezing drizzle was reported over most of Iowa, eastern South Dakota and northern Illinois and scattered rains continued to iall in the nothrwest states. The remainder of the coutry continued lair and mild, the weather bureau said. Considerable snow is indicated for the northern section of the north central stales today and tonight, followed by a wave of cold air which has entered eastern Montana. Temperatures are expected io drop sharply in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa today and tonight, and in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Missouri Tuesday and Tuesday night, the weather oureau predicted, bureaupredic ted. DOUBLE ROUE Hollywood, Calif., Dec. I', —(&)— Within 24 hours, the Mrs. Ethel Wadler, stork made 37, both a mother and a grandmother. Just 23 1-2 hours before Mrs. Wad ler's seven-pound daughter was born, another daughter, Mrs. Edith Hood, 18, became the mother of a daughter, also weighing seven pounds.

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