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pf^^V * ''" ly '' '* ' MOM STAR, HOH, ARKANSAS ASS/F/ED > III? Hurt tte la 6tttcgjfoy Brforc Publication ** -***—: For Sole 936 FORD PICK-UP, GOOD tires. Good condition. See at 405 South Edgewood. Paul Hoolcn. 11-dl To BUX A GOOD .USED ck-up, 'one hall tqn trurk ""Me' Hafdwa're Company. 16-3 For Rent ..SHED' ROOM," PRIVATE ancc.v CalU H56-M. 10-3 Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pegl«» Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. PULLER GIFTS FOR CHRIST- rrias. Spiral Hairbrushes. Line displayed. 902 South Fulton St. .Mrs. Leon Buddy. Photie 138. OAK BEDROOM SUITE. AND other furniture. Can be seen at 807 West 6th St. H-3t HONEY, 5 POUNDS, $1.10. 00 pounds, $9.50. Evergreen shrubs. Arborvitae and Juniper, 4 to » Arborvitae feet. $2.50 each, shrubs. You move and Truck Branch Station. Phone l-F-2. Benton Says He Has Played His Last Grid Game Los Angeles, Dec. \&r-(®)— Jim Benton, the Los Angeles' Ranis' stellar end and former University of Arkansas grid great, says he has played his last game of football. But Ram Coach Bob Snyder has his doubts. "I'm not too sure about that guy," declared Snyder yesterday. PlayoffPlan to Remain the Same Few them. other Fruit Experiment I0-3t GIVE BIBLES'AND HELP BUILD lives. Prices ,from $1.25 to $20.75. Bible story books. D. O. Silvey, 775-W. 820 South Elm ROOMS Foster ..Ave»i Phone 659-J James Lawrence/' ll-3t Phone St, 10-6t 4 _ T 1 1 UN' fat'with- URN1SHED APART- ;ara6e. To permanent . jPhone 194-J. 12-31 $1200 BUYS EQUIPMENT FOR own business. No merchan- . dise. Outside work. Clear $3,000 by May. Write A. Frank Jackson, Ashville, North Carolina il-Gt Wonted to Rent US ->ND'-1- TO -10 ACRES OF- J,>>>ng lease. Cabin at Davis "tM'No. 3. - • 6 - 6 t BICYCLE. CAPITOL BARBER Shop, Clothes wardrobe can be seen at 418 North Main after 0:30 i'NS-SHED .APARTMENT. 0nty. 'Perma'nent. No 672. ' ' 10-3t .Notice 1JSED FURNITUHH, or carload. City Fuini- Phone 61. 220 East 3rd. -» " 17"lx CHRISTMAS GIFT ,v magazines ,now. Special rates. f: *Chas»iReynerson. Phone 28, City "•" -^ , • 23-lm p.m. ll-3t 6 WASHING MACHINES AND equipment. Write Do Your Own Washing Co. 706 Seventh St., Arkadelphia, Ark. 12-lt Washington, Dec. 15 — I shall over thank Dan To'oin for a perfect, all-purpose example of the unlonsim that was imposed upon the Americans by he_late Rooxe- velt who, to do him justice, probably did not know the whole mean"MI-. Tobin's union, the teamsters of the A. F. o£ L., bars not only Communists but partial Communists who believe selectively in parts of communism and _all members of all "other subversive organizations." ' Tobin ycilds to none in his reverence for the memory and-few of his brethren would deny that he is qualified- to go forth and bumble the master's word. His finest hour came the night when he stood host to Franklin in the Statler m the fall O f- '44 while Moosejaw cackled about his dog, and venerable toss- pots at the board busted glasses for emphasis. The teamsters' union is an ideal preservation for the loose confinement of a million head of little people, according . to Mr. Big'.s ideas. He indicated his approval of old Dan's work many times, usually in -mischcvious compliments to old fathead the first purposefully 'made extravagant for ludicrous effect. It amustcd him to provoke Tobin's vanity and he was - 'He's been threatening to uit since 1938." Benton, a native of Fordyce, Ark., who now makes his home at Pine'Bluff, Ark., was the star pass receiver of the Arkansas Rozor- b a c k s' Southwest Conferhce championship team vas named to the 15 CATERPILLAR AND DISC. 1 1939 International IVa-ton truck. 1 pair mules. 160 acres land. 6 miles from Hope, B. E. Green, Hope, Rt. 1. 12-3t of 1936 he All-Southwest lev'en in 1936 and 1937, and has seen a frequent professional league 11-star selection. Benton is one of three former Arkansas ends with the Rams. The others are Ray (Bones) Hamilton, ,vho played qn the opposite end of he Razorback line from Benton in D35-36-37, and Howard (Red) Hickey. By CARL. BELL Associated Press Arkansas' high Sprots school Editor football SPORTS PRACTICALLY NEW BASE LOM- bardi Accordian, in excellent condition at Vi price. Ideal Furniture Store. 12-3t Lost /t:L I>F<O L D CONTAINING mnd"$30: s '"' Lost near Ward's &fe *Stbfe.' 1 Identification card. ^'Cornelia Garner. Hope, Rt. 1. Re- 13-3t "FEMALE COCKER paniel. Answers to name Lady. Us * pollar,, with no name. Re~'- ( Call Eddie Crane, Phone , ' 13-3t PRACTICALLY NEW MAGIC Chef range. Can be seen at Hope Transfer Co. 13-31 always -tossing the old walrus a herring or .a mullet to make him flap his flippers on his tub. Although they are now split into many sects, the entire fold of the late New Deal are still united in their faith in their late propho Heresies, ambitions and errors divide them but they still conquer in the sign of the double cross. That is how it comes that Mr. Tobin and Mrs. Helen Gahagan Douglas,, of Hollywood, may disagree on Communists and still drop a knee at the same shrine. Contract for Stadium Goes to Low Bidder Little Rock, Dec. 16—.(ffj-r-'. The stadium commission, yesterday awarded the contract for Arkansas- War Memorial Athletic Stadium,'; authorized .by the 1947 legislature to the Harmon Construction Company of Oklahoma City; ••' . Harmon's base bid of $1,170,000, playoff system probably will be es sentially the same in 1948 as it was in the last season, although the larger schools'would overhaul the plan tomorrow if they could. That revision of the playoff will come sooner or later '— at least in the class AA division— was made clear last weekend as the Big 16 conference, while discontinuing title competition, retained its organization to advise the Arkansas. Athletic Association. The Big 16, of which 14 members are the larger schools in the playoff's AA division, made no bones about the fact that it isn't satisfied with the. present' system. But Ben Mayo of Fort Smith, retiring president of the Big 16 and one of the men who drew up the playoff plan, brought up the point that schools must classify themselves, for two .seasons and that the present classifications must. stand through the 1948 grid campaign. Thus, he believes • that no major changes will be made, until after next fall. Too many schedules have been made up on a two-year basis, he declares, to. make' redistricting and- reclassification a simple task. The'playoff plan.is not in great danger .of being dropped. Only in Brave Hurler Had Best Average By JACK HAND New York, Dec. 16— (IP)— Warren Spahn, the Boston Braves ace left- hander, topped the National League pitchers with an earned run average of 2.33 for the 1947 season, according to official averages released today. Rookie Larry Jansen of the New York Giants boasted the best won and lost percentage of .808 on 21 wins and only 5 defeats. Spahn, a 25-year-old Buffalo, N. Y., product, had established his rank among the best in the league in 1946,' his first full season in the big time. In 1947 he won 21 and lost 10 while leading the circuit with seven shutouts. One of five 20-game winners in the National, Spahn also . -pitched the most innings, 290 and faced the most batsmen, 1,174. Over that long stretch he yielded only 245 hits and 87 runs of which 75 were earned. Spahn also lived up to anther measuring mark of a top )itcher when his strikeout total By Hugh t> Pullerton * New York, Dec. 16— bv the assorted ways in which college conferences agreed to follow the N. C. A. A. "purity code" last week-end, the national meetings in January will produce one heck o: a rhubarb with everyone insisting his way is right at least, none of them would be scared by such "revelations" as the Carnegie foundation brought out 18 years ago another how-times-change note when Bill Tilden and Ely Vine turned professional, the U. S lawn tennis association refused to ank them-for their last amateur year. But Jack Kramer, who'll MUTUAL NETWORK 149O rev*. t>tt make his pro debut. Dec. 26, was right at the top of the rankings is- sured the other day. $959,979 by elimina- alternates, any : of. the agreement may' by , the commission RecenH™ C whilc the pretty lodys ! which 150.000 will be llow-cultists from Hllywood complete the stadiurn. %vas scaled to tion of nine which under be reinstated through notice to" the contractor within 30 days of the date of contract. The stadium, whose per-manent seating capacity was reduced to 28,200 from the originally-planned 31.400, is to bo ready by Sept. 15; 1948. ' The commission authorized sale of an extra $250.000 in bonds of will be necessary to PAPER SHELL PECANS. 35c PER Ib. Mrs. J. F. McClanahan, Emmet, Ark., Phone 827-F-21. 13-3t $35 GETS NEW FLOOR FURNACE complete. 4th house east of Jones Garage off end of South Main Street. H. B. Morelock. 15-3t fellow - .., ere shrilling against the Thorns' committee's treatment of the iolsheviks. I turned for amnse- nent of an evening to Dan's .edito- ial outlet. This journal, call- id the international teamster, lov- MECHANIC SHOP, NEW BUILD- ing, concrete floor. Some tools and lot. Good business, Bodcaw, Ark. See Edward Allen, Route 2, Hope, Ark. 15-6t ,_ iWHO f CAN ;''.dictation and type well. 8yUn.',P,erion."Branch Hospital. - 16-3t Repair . ,* 'REFRIGERATORS All make* and 1 , models R REFRIGERATOR & ILKCTRICAL SERVICE 210 8. Elm Phpne 70 .After 5 p. m. Phone 909-R TWO YEAR OLD MALE ENG- lish setter. Ready for field. Newt Pentecost, Phone 215-W. 16-31 SHETLAND PONY, 5 iTEARS old. Real gentle for cmldrcn Saddle and bridle. Dclton llous ton. Prjone 231-W. 10-3 fef S, ~ REMOVED FREE \ t - ' Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ",._ and CRIPPLES b&vlWarfcana Rendering Plant 883-W (Phone Collect) i P.hohe 3158-R GENUINE BROWKT FOX FUR neck piece. Priced reasonable Call 083-W after 6 p.m. 16-3 Taken Up Chairman Ed Keith said that, if all the additional bonds are sold,' the seating capacity will be expanded to the original figure and some of the other eliminated items will be restored. The commission authorized, tick- ngly combines the musial prose of I The commission authorized. tick- Captain-. Billy's whlzzbang. with <;t priorities f or bond holderson the iaptain Billy , he judicial conscience of Hitler s Jeobachter. The hollywood hams who came dawn to protest said they personal- y reiected Communism but were fostidious liberals and scared lest even the vilest Bolshevik suffer denial of some phantom of a constitutional right. It as a great mistake ever to tell Hollywood about the constitution and the Bill of Rights in the first place. Until 1934, Hollywood's whole intellectual world was bounded by sex. and ijalary. Then some fool dropped into Chasen's one--night with this book ; where -it' says about the Supreme court and freedom of religion. ' and if you want to know the real trouble with the movies ever )asis of two tickets for each $100 bond, but fixed a maximum of 100 tickets for any one individual, firm or coroporation. Approximately $1.005,500'cash is , ., _,__,*...__ ,,._ . since, that is it. The standard r COBB'S WRECKING YARD - an d Used Parts General Repair Work Phone 57 ft'QLif R«B«rdleM of WHERE you can _pr«)»»bly help flnce all Qovernment h«v» now been If x«w i««flt your if or u« rl^t away. rmvif Keep a%M»tamer lonaen than nece? for CASH. Come and get it TO CO. ONE WHITE .MULE; WEIGHS 120C pounds, One red horse, weighs lOOr pounds. Owner pay for ad am damage. See P. D. Oiler, Phone 22-F-2, Columbus highway. 15-6t Help Wonted the AA ..(Division Where , strong teams arp'. distributed unevenly over the state, is there noticeable dissatisfaction; The s m all e r schools —- in Class'A and Class B — are tickled pink with the system. , . .••;•''. • And, besides, revision was to be expected almost yearly. The play off still is new in Arkansas after only two .years of existence and still is on an experimental basis. The AAA may yet come up. with a plan without major flaws. One of the principal objectors to the present playoff system is Lit tie Rock High School-,' which, has won titles both years under the district elimination plan. Little Rock Principal Jess Mat thews says that, by going all the way to a championship twice, hi school has learned the season i loo long, is too much of a strain on players and that interest in fool ball lags after Thanksgiving Day. Matthews reported that student ticket sales for the Tigers' Class AA final with Subiaco • last Saturday were the smallest of the eniire season. . . : Apparently the Southwest Conference isn't so delighted with its prominence 'in the bowl business,, since it is considering the possibil 23. far-surpassed^ his walks, 84. Jensen's .first.year record was remarkable although his .earned run figure 3.16 placed him seventh n that class., • Most ; talked- about - pitcher of course, was Ewell Blackwell of Cincinnati'whose earned run average of 2.47 was good enough for second place behind Spahn. Blackwell was the top winner with his 22-8 season, including a 16-gamc streak that was the best a righthander nad compiled in modern clays -m the National League. Blackwell's buggy-whip delivery gave him the strikeout title with 193 victims. He also worked the most complete games, 23, and hurled the only no-hit, no-run classic of the National season when he blanked Boston. 0-0, June 18. In his next outing he came close to a double no-hitter, settling for a two hitter against Brooklyn. Following Spahn and Blackwell in the earned, run ratings were Ralph'Branca of Brooklyn, 2.67; Dutch Leonard of Philadelphia. 2 68 and Murry Dickson of St. Louis, 3.06. Johnny Sain of Boston, whose 2112 performance gave the Braves two men in the 20-game class, was One-minute Sports, Page • Lew Fonseca, whose World series movies will be previewed today, says that 7 1-2 million people are waiting to see the film., .mid- west report says two former Purdue athletes are building basketball power houses—Jihnny Woodin at Indiana State (Terre Haute) and Johnnv Sines at Lawrence It may take a powerhouse to endure modern basketball, at that. Two games in Madison Square Garden last Saturday produced exactly 122 personal fouls...Bob McCurry. recently 're-elected Michigan State ! ootb'al captain, won the toss before .every game this fall. Apparently he earned the job.....Joe Slone-of Ashland, Ky., high school scored nine touchdowns in ten foot- bal games this fall on runs that averaged 61.6 yards. Tuesday p.m., Dec. 16 5:00 Hop Harrigan—Mutual 5:15 Superman— Mutval Capt. Midnight—Muutal Tom Mix—Mutual Fulton Lewis, Jr.—Mutual 6:15- 5-Star Final Edition 6:25 Today in Sports Newscppe—Mutual Dinner for Two Mysterious Traveler—M Official Detective—Mutual Billy Rose—Mutual Gabriel Heatter—Mutual Real Stories from Real Life —Mutual The Zane Gray Show—M American Forum of; the Air M California Melodies—Mutual Sportingly Yours 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:10 Cleaning the Cuff Chicago baseball writers plan to ask Branch Rickey to stand in for Jackie Robinson, winner of the. J Louis Comiskey most valuable rookie trophy, at their annual, dm ner Jan. 18. Jackie can't make i because of a movie assignment in Holywood Auburn Alumni, who had the hatchets out for Carl Voy les, arc reported to be a lot happie with popular: Wilbur Hutsell in th athletic director's job when fan carried Coy McGee off the field after the Notre Dame - Nebraska game, McGee pointed to Nebraska's Tom Novak, who played a whale of a defensive game, and said: "There's the fellow you should be slapping on the back." STRAIGHT' SALAHY $50 WEEKLY.. Man or woman with auto sell Poultry Mixture to farmers. Eureka Mfg. Co. East St. Louis, 111. 12-H WANTED Three furnished apartments, two, three or four rooms. These are for station personnel recently moved to Hope, and a very desirable class of tenants. It is imperative that KXAR get these people placed promptly, and the ; co-operation of property owners will be appreciated. Please 'phone 508. HOPE BROADCASTING CO. Radio Station KXAR Robert L Mitchell, Genl. Mgr. (Have Your Own Portrait, on Your Xmas Cards This Year You will like the "personal touch" of a Photo Greeting Card. Bring in your! kiddies now. Special Xmas background. We are prepared to malce as many cards as you need, but get your order in early. THE SHIPLEY STUDIO "Hope's Finest Photography" _.... arguments about censorship, freedom of speech and such topics are available, in little ten-cent books put out by the Communists. The glamorous creatures memorized them all and sailed our nation's capital hamming neir recitations like a six-year-old vith curls squaking the wreck of he Hesperius. They thought .the ommittee was fixing to send ome of their mischicvious neigh- iors to prison for being commun- sts. Actually, by a comic paradox, ve ave refused ourselves a law o permit that. But the committee vas asserting its congressional ight to ask questions and demand answers. Refusal to answer is contempt of congress, punishable )y a year in jail and a fine of $1,000. It is true, of course, that a few enl Communists were about to e squeezed out of their voluptuous Hollywood jobs, but no intelligent liberal in the ruthless Roosevelt political tradition could object to that. For years, Tobin's union had been pledged to throw Americans out on the merest suspicion and thousands of infidels had been o's- n sight for the stadium, the mission reported. The state fiscal I jt y , o f limiting bowl participaton control board is authorized to pur- 0 it s two top football teams. $500.000 worth of stadium The Southwest, .with four of its even teams now oreoaring fo st-season classics,, is at least ualified to look into the situation. Smith may be a simple name ompared to some tags you run cross in sports, but sometimes it an be confusing. Take, for instance, the case of lie Fort Smith Junior College bas- etball team. Coach Frank Smith an produce a full quintet of miths — Jack, Lawrence, Jim, uy and Harold. o : chase bonds. In biding for location of the stadium here, Little Rock interests pledged purchase of another. $500,000 and added a cash contribution of $5,500. In addition to the construction costs, added expenses, of approximately $150.000 for architects' and engineers' fees, attorney's fees, contingencies, etc., are to bo met. T,entativ plans ar to have Razorback Clubs (University o.t Arkansas Boosters promote sales of the additional bonds. Chism Reed Paris, president of the State Razorback Club, was chosen tentatively as state bond sale chairman. o Basketball Results By the Associated Press Midwest Purdue '50: Pittsburgh 29. Central (Mo. College 74; Chilli cothe business 37. St. Louis 54; Missouri 34. Minnessota46; Depaul 44. Kansas State 61; Indiana 53. Northwestern (La State 56 Oklahoma City 38. Washington (St. Louis 54; Mar hall (W. Va. 48. Phillips (Okla 51; Western Colo State 47. South Western Tort Knox 68 Southwest Murray (Ky sas State 40. Just Received CHRISTM/S TREES 3 tr. 10 feet B & B Grocery & Market Free Delivery, Phone 801 "Your Birdseye Dealer" Kentucky Tchrs 1Q1 Tchrs 49; Arkan Far West Wshington State 40; Gonzaga 36 Eastern Washington 68; Farra gut 27. For .... LIGHTING, COOLING, WIRING, MOTORS, and APPLIANCES or anything ELECTRICAL See ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 24 Hour Service Day Phone Night Phone 333 806 204 South Elm LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St. tracized from Hollywood an< Washington jobs, gypped of ol contracts, knifed in the dark an whispered out of business by th New Deal. I remind you that it was a favor ite union of the late Rooseve yhich did this. With jurisdictio over a million citizens, its const- tuton provided first for trail by the erccutive board of the defendants local, who might be ignorant. Here and There in Arkansas Little Rock, Dec. 16 — (JP)— For he second time this year, Prosecut- ng Attorney Edwin Dunaway asked the death penalty for a negro in connection with a crime against another Negro,as the trial of Richard Pugh, 21 year - old Daroled convict opened in Pulaski Circuit court. Pugh is charged with raping a two and one-half year old Negro girl Dec. 3, while the child's mother was attending a church service. Earlier this year another, Little Rock Negro, Cubic Lee Johnson was convicted of the slaying of a Negro night watchman, and was executed. " Little Rock, Dec. 1C —(fP)— The last two maior projects in Arkansas provided under the veterans educational facilities program have been completed, W. H. Marak, district engineer with the Federal Works Agency, announced today. Five buildings, obtained from war surplus properties, have been installed at John Brown University Siloam Springs, and seven build- ines have been erected at the ArK- ansas A. M. & N. College in Pine . The facilities installed at the John Brown University were obtained from the Stuttgart Army air field, Oklahoma Ordnance works, and the Muskogee Army air field. They provide 5,586 square feet of classroom and laboratory space, 8,960 square feet of shops llth in the earned, run standings. Workhorse of the league in the number of games .'was the Giants Ken Trinkle who, for the second successive year, pitched in . the nost games, 62, and finished the most, 38. However, he toiled only 94 innings to Spahn's 290. Branca started the most, 36, and hit the most batsmen, 6. On the negative side of the records, there was Johnny Schmitz of Chicago, a fellow! who would draw at least. $100,000,.in; the- open market, losing the "most games, 18. U. S, Not Likely to Withdraw From Olympics Chicago, Dec. 16 — (JP) —A threat by the U. S. Olympic Committee to withdraw all its teams from the Winter Olympics in Switzerland over the ice hockey issue today appeared to have tapered off to the "protest" stage, The Swiss organizing committee has voted to accept the entry of the American Hockey Association which is spurned by the U. S. committee because of reported mercialism" in its ranks. Olympic procedure requires that each country's entries must be Skimpy Crop Faces Draft of Talent By SPIKE CLAASSEN New York. Dec. 16 — (/P\ — America's skimpiest crop of colle-. giate football talent in many years goes on the block today when coaches of the All-America conference hold their annual draft. Both the AAC and the older Na r tional League have rules which prohibit the drafting of collegians until their class has graduated. Thus the present draft eligibles entered school in 1944, when 4-F athletes kept the game alive. Virtualy all the stars of the recent college season were drafted n previous meetings because their own classroom careers were interrupted by military services/ Charles Conerly, Mississippi pass master, has been claimed by Brooklyn of the AAC, and Washington of the national. Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame All-America star, was picked a year ago by the Chicago Rockets of the AAC and the Chicago Bears of the National. One coach, here for today's session, estimated that there "aren't 20 ball players in the entire United States who are eligible for the draft and who could help a pro 10:15 Songs by Morton Downey—M 10:30 Freddy Nagle's Orch.—M 0:55 Mutual Reports the News 1:00 SIGN OFF Wednesday, a.m., Dec. 17 6:00 SIGN ON 6:00 Hillbilly Hoedown 6:15 Market News 6:20 Hillbilly Jamboree 6:30 News, First Edition 6:45 Air Lane Trio 7:00 Your Farm Reporter 7:15 Happy Holiday Farm 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 Coffee Cup Edition News 8:00 Uncle Ben 8:30 Shady Valley Folks—M 8:55 Today on KXAR 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in our Time—M -9:30 Say It With Music—" 10:00 Biil Harrington Sings—M 10:15 Tell Your Neighbor—M 10:30 Heart's Desire—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks M 11:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M 11:30 Coast Guard on Parade Wednesday p.m.,. Dec. 17 12:00 KXAR Home Edition News 12:10 Song o£ ahe Day 12:15 The Latest in Markets 12:20 Noon Jamboi'JC 12:30 Talk to Santa Claus 12:55 Street Edition News 1:00 Queen for a Day—M 1:30 The Martin Block Show—M 2:00 Song of the Stranger—M 2:45 KXAR Spotlight 3:00 Erskine Johnson in Hollywood—M 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 Harold Turner at the Organ •—M 3:45 Adventure Parade—M 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 Talk to Santa Claus 5:00 Hop Harrigan —M 5:15 Superman— M 5:30 Capt. Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 6:15 5 Star Final Edition 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Arthur Gaith—M 6:45 Dinner for Two 7:00 Scarlet Queen—M 7:30 Quiet Please—M 7:55 Curtain Preview 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Real Stories from Real Life —M 8:30 Thou Bethlehem—M 9:00 Music From Manhattan—M 9:30 Jimmie-Featherstone—M 10:00 Final Edition News 10:10 Sportingly Yours 1Q-.15 Dave Lewinter's Orch. 10:30 Stan Kenton's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports News 11:00 SIGN OFF o- Just Received a New Shipment of Butane Gas Ranges Priced $140 each. $30 down, 12 months to pay. Hope Butane Gas Co. alcoholic, malicious enemies and or racketeers. Thereafter the victim could appeal up to the union's M. & Phone Hiway 67 west 188 Hope, Ark own court of last resort, the na- from tional commission held every fourth, fifth or sixth year. Meanwhile, however, he was- forbiden to take his trouble to the public courts, which refuse to accept jurisdiction until all "remedies within the union" have been "exhausted." Meanwhile, also, a teamster with a hungry family goes without work or pay and when he finally does arrive at the public courts he finds thn door barred because the union's process has dragged on so long that the statute of limitations and 11,661 square feet of auditorium and recreation space. The buildings erected at the A. N college were obtained certified by its Olympic committee " declared Avery Brundage, chairman of the American com mittee. "We have not been formally notified that the A. H. A. team has been accepted in preference to our official entrv. If we are notified, we will lodge a very strong protest with the international Olympic Committee and the Swiss organizing committee. What action, if any. is taken by the U. S, body should such a protest fail remains conjectural. —, : o Rams' Owner to Sell Larqe Share of Stock Los Angeles, Dee. 16— (JP)— Daniel r Reeves, controlling stockholder f the Los Angeles Rams profes- ional football team annpunced ast night that he is negotiating for ale of 37 1-2 percent of the club's tock to Edwin W. Pauley, special ssistant to the Secretary of War nd his brother, Harold Pauley. fessional club." Each club had its coaching representative here yesterday when the drawing was to have started. It was delayed until today when the club owners needed more time to clarify the Chicago and Brooklyn situations. New owners had to be found for the Rockets and the Dodgers were given a clean bill of financial health. the Pine Bluff arsenal and the" Blytheville army air field. These provide 6,400 square feet of cafeteria facilities, 20 860 square feet of cafeteria facilities, 20 860 square feet of classrooms, a shop and garage, and an infirmary. Little Rock, Dec. 16-(/P)- The Secretary of State today issued a ' r charter Inc., of to Hot Humphrey's Dairy Springs, which listed paid in capital at $12,000 and corporators as Harris, Frank . ^ ,-._,,;- nff^K^l naMnvns 1 fetf?r.-r. Logs & Blocks UM - HACKBERRY ~ ELM ~ LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY „ BAY IjjtfOf E BASK IT CO. OHlc. CITY ELECTRIC CO. Electricol Repairs PHONE 784 has outlawed the case. This wasn't sufficient for fathead the first, however, so in the recent national convention in San Francisco the constitution was amended to terminate the appeals at Tobin's own little board of polit- cal advisers, the execuive council. No longer may the ill-used highway freighter appeal to the contention, but the final decision may still be delayed just as long because Tobin et al don't have to give a decision until they are pleased to. Moreover, membership in "other subversive organizations" was now forbidden, without definition. It took seven years of trials costing hundreds of thousands to determine, 4 to 3 in the Supreme court, that Harry Bridges was not a Communist. Tobin's union can do it between drinks of a board. And yet we hear the old bull bellowing out of the same book with La Gahagan and baby Bo Call and bavjpg a. wonderful Urns; all o| thern,' together. in Ed win, SaUie" Mabel. DaHarris Paul Davidson Coleman and Chailes Eugene Humphrey. Little Rock, Dec. 16-OT- Three Arkansans are on the 47-mernbc advisory committee announced to day by Oscar Johnston, presiden of the National Cotton Council. t< assist in planning of the cotton industry's 1943 promotion and re search program. They are Trace Jones. Littl Rock cotton buyer; W. F. Me Daniel, federal compare* an warehouse company, Blytheviue and Sam H. Williams, president, first national Bank Blytheville. Little Rock, Dec. 16 (/P)-A charge of assault to kill against Julian Edward Hawkins, 40. lattte Porker Cage Star Is a Proud Father Fayetteville, Dec. 16 — (JP)— University of Arkansas basketball forward Al Williams is looking forward to seeing a new-born son. The child, first for Williams and his wife, was born at Little Rock last Friday while Williams was in the East with the Razorback cagers. Top Radio Programs By The Associated Press ' CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Tuning tonight (Tuesday): NBC —7 Milt Berle comedy; 7:30 Date with Judy; 8:30 Fibber and Molly; 9:30 Red Skelton. CBS — 7 Big Town; 8 We the People; 8:30 Studio One, Ralph Bellamy in "So Big"; 9:30 Open Hearing. ABC — 6:30 Green Hornet; Town Meeting "How can We Maintain Prosperity and Avert a Depression?" 8:30 Boston Symphony. MBS — 7 Mysterious Traveler; 7:30 Detective Mystery; 8:30 Zane Grey Show; 9 American Forom, "Should We Outlaw Communist Party—" Wednesday itemms: NBC — 9 a. m. Fred Waring Xmas Music; 11:30 Words and Music. . .CBS Horn" of Paterson, N. J., today was I— 1:30 p. m. Look Your Best; officially declared the National ,3:30 Winner Take All. . .ABC— 8 Automobile Racing Champion of 1947 by the contest board of the American Automobile Assoqiation. Horn got the nod bv a margin of 310 points over Bill Holland of Bridgeport. Conn. Mauri Rose of Chicago placed third with 1,000 points, all scored by winning the 500-mile Memorial Day race at the Indianapolis Ted Horn Is Official Auto Racing Champ Los Angeles, Dec. 16— (JP) — Ted Speedway. she did not state Hawkins shot her. Mrs. HawMr.3 no. Mrs. Ruby Hardin, was shot with a pistol and seriously wounded ot dismissal Little Rock Dec. 16 —(IP)— The Arkansas Constitution does not permit counties to float bond issues for public health units. Moody Moore, director of the state health department's h o s p i t a 1 divi- son, said here last night. Moore spoke at the final hearing of a series on the state » hospital plan. Washington, Dec. 16 —(/P)— A Republican-sponsored motion to set aside the rules and consider the Wolcott anti-inflation bill under a limited-sebate, no-amendment procedure was opposed yesterday by all Arkansas House members pre- The motion failed to recieve the required two-thirds majority. Reps. Cravens, Gathings, Hays, Mills and Norrell voted against the proposal. Harris and Trimble were absent, but the latter was against the motion. Three Governors to Attend Dixie Bowl Contest Birmingham, Dec. 16— (/P)— Dixie Bowl Chairman Harold Rast has announced that three governors will be spectators at the Dixie Bowl game between William and Mary and Arkansas here Jan. 1. Governor Ben Laney of Arkansas is the latest to accept an invitation Rast said. Previously Governors William Tuck of Virginia anc James E. Folsom of Alabama had said they would attend. Armed Nominated as Best Horse During 1947 New York. Dec. 16— (JP)— Calume Farm's Armed, second to Assaul in the voting in 1946, , this yea moved into first place in the pol sponsored \iy Turf and Sport Di gest to determine the horse of the year. Armed was named for the hon or by 151 of the 173 sports and tur writers casting ballots. Citatio was the choice of eight, Stymie re ceived seven votes, Bewitched fou and Assault, three. o Egypt's prevailing winds bio south and the Nile flows north that beats can sail up, etw" down. m. Breakfast club; 11 Welcome ravelers. . . MBS — 8:30 a m. hady Valley Folks; 10:15 Tel- our Neighbor. o Fights Last Night By The Asociated'Press Manchester, Eng.—Jackie Pat- rson, 116, Glasgow, world fly- eight champion, outpointed Al Chavez, U. S. (10-non-title.) Peter Cane. 117, England, European ban3 m champion, outpointed Joe Cor' pius, 116, Belgium (15). Brooklyn—Bobby Ruffin, 140, \storia, N. Y., and Ruby Kcssler, 44, Brooklyn, Drew (10. St. Louis—Charley Riley, 129, at. Louis, outpointed Miguel Ace- /edo, 130, Havana, (10). By the United Press Holyoke. Mass—Eddie Compo, 25, New Haven, Conn., outpointed Teddy (Redtop Davis, 130, Brook yn, N. Y. (10. New Britain, Conn.—Shamus Mc_ray, 144, Cleveland, outpointed Billy Kcarns, 143, Hartford, Conn. (10. New York (Eastern Parkway Rink—Bobby Ruffin, 140, Astoria, N Y., drew with Ruby Kessler, 144 1-2. Brooklyn, N. Y. (10. Providence, R. I.—Robby Zolo, 150 Providence, outpointed Joe De Martino, 150, Bridgeport, Conn, (in. Boston—Ralph Zannelli, 147, Providence, R. I. outpointed Johny Greco, 150, Montreal (10. New York (St. Nicholas arena —Rocco Rossano, 143, Brooklyn, knocked out Nava Esparza, 145, Mexico (1. Newark, N. J.—Jackie Cooper, 148 1-2, Chicago, outpointed Lennox Dingle, 151 1-2, Philadelphia (8. Chicago—Sammy Mastrean, 138, Lpuisyille, Ky,, stopped Gappy ston, 135 1-4, Cincinnati (2. Tuesday, December 16, 1947 HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKASAS By Chick Young OZARK IKE BLONOie-ELMES FOLLOWED ME TO THE OFFICE. , rnnnwcec AND HE WON'T^ ( GOODNESS GO HOME VCU'LL. HAVE J&JMAm. COST TO SEND HJM HOME IN) A TAX I CAB ; POINT, DAB? Cop JMi"K~iiirTaS{ SjnfT if In? ftfrl I Uftfil^l^ SIDE GLANCES By Gaibraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner By Michael O'Molley 1 Rol & guy I never would have picked out in NAW, I'M LEVEL: a crowd as a racketeer stopped Ubby and IN6 WITH YOU. A me on the street a minute after we FRIEND OF MINE IS left the jewelerfe. IF YOU'RE tOOKIN' *f WHAT FOR DIAMONDS, MR. W 'SORT? AGATE,! KNOW WHERE Pfk PASTE? YOU CAN GET SOME r \ . ^^ v HONEYS-fW/JP. WASH TUBBS . .WHIST'S MVTTER 3TIXRIN' THRU NW WINDOW THOT HORRIBLE /, TO COPB. 1947 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. /<2-:/O COPR. 1947 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF No, no, madam! Ladies' night just meano you get in free!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By BJosser "What's the down payment on this one?" FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger By Carl Ande* T * ' LAST TIME: YOU.- WITH STU LA.MB, PAP.TY NISHT/ TO BE CUBEHFUL..' '- DRINK HIS BU6RUH L DRAW 6UW\ IM |v\Y / Bl>T : HAIR/ / BABY---• rf TALKIN& ' DAPHNE : ; HEALTH MILK; PASTEURIZED HOMOSENI2ED VITAMIN FOUTIFItO MIUKSHAKE DA\RV CO. DONALD DUCK WE THINK V GOT TWO TOO MANY UNCA: DONALD/ OKA^ NOW ONE MOEE AFTER THAT ONE/ AFTER, l PICK LiP MV BAD NEWS, I'LL STOP BV FOE VOU AND VOUP. AFFLICTION!WE MISHT AS WELL SUFFER. TOGETHER. / FINE THINS-, is ALL L \ THOP BLOWING- GOTTA SAY/ HIJACKIM' THOTHE MATHTV -' 'A Qt-D BJJBBLETH OR I'LLTHCREAM/ DON'T BE SILL.V/ IVE GOT IT RSUBED TO TME INCH/ ^ "They .don't leave much to us any more, do they?" oVribuiJ bv Kliu F&urf ifiSaU 1347 BV NE> SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. s. PAT. OFF. ' - ALLEY OOP WELL, NOW THAT IM MORE .^ "*JRr OH, PEW?.' 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