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" HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS sjsa.asjasj'V*!' *4t •, •, t* 1 * <• v * > ' LASSIFIED to Offlo* Day BctOM publication .:8i 10.50 13.00 13.50 2.511 3.01 3.51 4.0 S'.OO 16.00 itinuouf Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY A GERMAN Mauser rifle marked G-33/40. 3. A. Kennedy, Hope, Ark. 18-6t BANti SAW. PHONE 154. PRES- cott, Ark. 19-3t Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. SCALES FOK GROCERY AND meat store use. Must be in good Condition. Moore Bros. 22-3t „ tiV"'.-NEW STEEL 6ttrie'J>aby \buggy, $11.. Also «iair:,Call 633-W. 19-3t ROO»fcHOUSE t ALL MOD- ilences, built year ago. W. 1*1. Stroud, Phone •19-Ot VUSED ROTARY IRONER. ^iiew. '-Also 4% ..horsepower Jdhnstrtr outboard motor and " 'piress boat. .'Archer' Motor Co, ffone 838. " f , ; ' 19-Ot Lost SOUTH OF HOPE, RfiD HOUND. On collar F. Gordon. Prescott highway. Notify Tom Duckett, Phone 334-W. Reward. 20-3t COIN PURSE CONTAINING $15 Including $5 from Scars Roebuck. Reward. Mrs. Chester Allen, 318' East 4th St. or this office. 22-ltp ^'TURKEYS'., \ MRS. > J. E.. ftwi«r,Vjrulton t Rt. 19-3t Notice >fN<i ', BABY. < BUGGY, condition. Phone 19-3t "TON PlCk-UP. GOOD id .tires, $275, 405 South '^Paul Hooten.. 20-Ot ',VIOLETS. THE IDEAL jSee" 'display at Arkansas f ana Gas>Co.-'and Hope Con- _,iery' Mrs. Cecil M, Bittle, periment Station. Phone l-F-3 &„"<' ,-'"'- , •• sn.a WE BUY USED FURNITURE, One piece or carload. City Fmni- ture Co. Phone 01. 220 East 3rd, Street, 17-tf ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT magazines now. Special rates. Chas. Reynerson. Phone 28, City Hall, • , • 23-lm ROSE'S SNACK' SHOP WILL BE closed' until January 3, 1948. 1 ' ' 18-12t Washington, Dec. 22 — The dis lance from the far corners of both the old and new House office buildings to the House of Representatives in the capitol is about'a half mile. There is no transportation except by taxi, which is futile for several reasons. Even the nearest offices are more than a quarter of a mile away. The congressmen and their office help almost always walk. Their errands are frequent. A member may have to walk three round trips a day, cither overland, through the park/or by tunnel. The Senate office; building also is connected with .the capitol by tunnel. For some obscure reason. While the senators have a set of electric trolleys like old-time Broadway summer dinkeys, there are no vehicles iii the subway to the congressmen's offices. It would cost little and it would save time and energy, but still there is no trolley-line. Even factory scooters would be fine, but, nevertheless, the'congressmen .and their help Walk. Most of the members are distinctly younger, and more active than most senators, but I have thought,, while wearily plodding the monotonous route, lhat it would be in the public interest that they take their exercise on their own time * SIZE 38, ' BARGAIN, season.'Call 283.' LEAVING , SATURDAY OR SUN- day for Los Angeles and Fresno. Driving New Ford. Can carry lour passengers. Call Howard .-" Blackwcll at 112-W or.1100. 19-3t Ted Williams Is Bat Champ for Third Time Chicago, Dec. 22 — (&) , -—Ted iVilliams of Boston was Officially credited today with'his third Amer- can League batting championship n six years of major league base- all. His.^343 average for 1947 was 15 oints higher'than 'his nearest rival, Barney McCosky of Philadelphia, who notched .328. Only nine other regulars bettered 300. They were Taft Wright, of he Chicago White Sox and Johnny 3 esky of Boston with 324 ajbiece; George Kell, Detroit,. .320; Rookie Dale Mitchell, Cleveland, .316', Joe Di Maggio New York, .31&; Man ager-Shortstop Lou Boudreau, Cleveland, .307; Luke Appl.ihg,'Chi- cago, .300; George McQulfln, New York, .304; and Sam Mele, Boston Newcomer,.302. Williams, who won the crown in 1940 with 406 and in 1942 with 356 before entering the service, also was the home run leader in 1947 with 31, runs scored with 125 and total bases with 335. The pennant winning New York Yankees captured the team hitting title with .271. Kansas and Te^as Rated at the Top By WILL GRIMSLEY New York, Dec. 22 — (/P)— Unbeat- n Kansas State and Texas took on he complexion of national powers oday as Monday's college basket- all wash showed two perennial iants of the court, Kentucky and klahoma A. and M., soiled by klahpma Aggies in the finals of le Big Six pre-season tournament aturday night in Kansas City, 503. It 'was the Seventh' straight riumph without reversal for K tate, the first defeat for the formidable Aggies. The Texas Longhonrs ran their .ictory string to •eight .by conqtier- ng St. Joseph's of Philadelphia, 1-57, on the same Philadelphia rogram that saw Kentucky's high y-regarded Wildcats stub their toe or the first time against Temple, 0-59. The Kentucky team which unneruo to Utah in the 1947 Razorbacks Head for Coast Fayetteville, Dec. 22 — 22«3t FURNISHED FOR housekeeping. Mrs, J. E. Phone.38-F-ll. l?-tf .STUCCO HOUSE - , AND has electricity. Two gas ps, good location. Turn f > for' twd school buses. 6 out' on 'Blevfndi highway. -"Housttn J City ^Furniture East 3rd St., Hope, Ark. ^^ . i • 18-3t ^ f WE HAVE OUR SHOVEL NOW doing stripping and can deliver a lot of dirt and sand, mostly sand, to anybody that wants it here in , Hope. $2.40 per load. Pour yards per load. Hope Brick Works. 22-3t Real Estate for Sale ftOOM 'UNFURNISHED APART- Jnent;" Also, furbished bedroom, ift>pjy, 222 West Ave. C. 20-31 f yf j r ', t .. 11 , *_ ^• f l NOTICE Buy All Kinds of FUR PortTrficIdI & Williams ' McDavltt's Off ice -ri Cotton Row. ' /BEFORE YOU SELL V!9*rvic» ahcl Rep*ir . .'-. . J>A« " APPLIANCES • • REFRIGERATORS , 'AH makes and model* REFRIGERATOR 41 ELECTRICAL SERVICE m<i -?; Phone 70 5,p; m.'Phone'909-R REMOVED FREE, -Withlrf'W Miles,- 1 DEAD HORSES, COWS ' end CRIPPLES . rkana Rendering Plant ''!*>hone 883-W (Phone-Collect) •-"** " Phon^3158-R COBB'S , RECKING YARD N«w and Used Parts , ; General Repair;Work Phone 57 IDEAL COMBINATION STOCK and Cotton farm. Five miles west of Hope. On graveled road. Main house has electricity, part hardwood floois and in good condition. Chicken house and garage, Lai'ge barn. Four tenant houses with barns and outbuildings. Artesian and branch wa.ter. Fenced and cross fenced with barb and net wire. Over 1QO acres of fine bottom land in cultivation. Remainder in upland, meadows, pastures, and merchantible tim-, 'her. Produced over $1,200 in crop rent during 1947. Two tenants want to stay, Priced at $25 per acre up to first of year. One- fourth down and balance over 15" year period at 4Vj per cent interest. This place will pay it's own way. DonU, pass this bargain up, ONE HUNDRED^ FORTY-FOUR acres of good sanay land on Highway 29 south ot Hope. Large house in good condition. Butane gas. Electricity. Good water. Fenced, and cross, fenced. Possession anytime. One-fourth down balance in 15 years. Own a good farm and a country home. Buy this now. ONE HUNDRED THIRTY ACRES of bottom and upland. Good six room house. Large barn. Located on graveled rpad, Fine water. Well fenced. Possession now. FIVE-TEN-AND 15 ACRE TRACT just north of Hope Country Club, with frontage on new blacktopped road. Rich land well drained. Electricity and gas available. School bus and mail route. Can finance F.H.A, home on these tracts over 20-year period. Buy now and cut down that high cost of living, MIGHT SWAP FOR CITY PROP- erty. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 7-3t and use their energy on their work It is a punishing trip through long 'corridors^ on marble and concrete floors'and, by the end of a busy day, a statesman or journalist or clerk is painfully Weary. It hurts. More and more lately I have been conscious of the representative character of the representatives. The young, men In' their .thirties have the look of ambitious, fairly successful, active youns Americans as they are seen in all bur cities 'and-towns. Of the elders, John Rankin. of Mississippi, ridiculed and hckl up to hatred by a hundred^ miserable ideologians from the Red Blotch of New York, Imuch"polish "before" Tau"nching Tt The University of Arkansas toasketbal team, potentially a powerful com bine- but still ragged around tlie edges, heads West this week witl hopes of improving its intersection al record in a pair of tournaments The Razorback will compete in the national collegiate champion ships at Los Angeles, Dec. 2 through Dec. 29 and in a four-team tourney with Oregon, Stanford am San Francisco at San Francisc Jan. 2 and 3. Arkansas returned to the victor column by beating North Texa State, 62-49. at Little Rock Satur day night but showed a need fp is nevertheless a true representative of his district and of the emotions arid principles of most of the peonle of the state. Vito Marcantonio, of New York,. fairly represents the Communists in his dis- Southwest Conference title cam paign next month. Coach Gene Lambert used a two team system in an effort to kee his regulars from tiring as the did in losing two straight games o SPOBTS ROUNDUP -By Hugh 8, Fullerton. Jr.- New York, Dec. 22 — (JP)— Yankee Outfielder Charlie Keller will >egin testing his lame back early n January as a member of the •faculty" of George Stirnweiss' Bartow, Fla., baseball school . . . Couldn't that be developed into a . . dodge to beat the March 1 spring 5:00 Hop Harrigan—M was Na- ional Invitation Tournament in ew York. Iowa and Illinois^ the only unbeaten teams in the Big Nine, egistercd victories Saturday and now have four apiece. The Illini, cattcring the point making, de- eated Pennsylvania easily, 70-44. ie' Iowa Hawkeyes edged/ past Washington of St. Louis, 44-41. George Washington, in the South- :rn Conference, remained among :he unblemished by downing Clemson. 60-35, for its ninth straight. 'Washington State kept its record unmarred by taking Canisius at Buffalo, 48-37. Colgate remained one of the unbeaten teams in the East by overwhelming Rochester, 61-40. Notre Dame, one of the Midwest's powerful independents, fell before Denver, 61-60 in an upset.. As the season swings into the holidav lull, here's the sectional The Kiwanis Club of Hope is making rapid progress in the organization of a senior Boy Scout unit. An introductory meeting was held at Hope City Hall Thursday night with leaders and a. group of young men participating. The first regular meeting of the unit will be held at the Elks hall Monday night at 7 o'clock. Air Scouting and Explorer Scout ing will be offered. All young men fifte'en years old and over, who expect to be charter members of the unit must register Monday night, according to unit leaders Harold Walker and Buddy Hallibur- .raining deadline in the case of doubtful players? . . Zach Taylor predicts hopefully that the Browns will b e"better'' if a couple of young pitchers come through. Some of the Brownie youngsters — Fred Lsanford, for example, didn't get the chance to work often enough last summer .... ton. Fred Ellis announced this morning that the finance drive for the Boy Scouts of America had gotten well under way and that about one-third of the prospects had been been contacted. The drive is to raise the council budget for 1948. Approximately $1500 has been reported'. Contributions: Graydon Anthony Lmbr. Co. $120.00 Hope Flooring Co. 60.00 Hope -Auto Co. '. 100.00 Citizen National'Bank 75.00 Owens Dept. Store 25.00 Hope Builders Supply 50.00 City Lumber Company 24.03 Bruner Ivory Handle Co. ... 60.00 Employees Bruner Ivory Co. 10.5D First National Bank 75.00 Dr. L. M. Lile 20.00 Moore Bros. Grocery 20.00 E. M. McWiliams 12.00 Yes, Of Claus The N Y. football Giants' Christmas card this year bears a picture of a large Santa ' Claus emptying his pack and eleven football players coming out of it . . .When Joan Classen, whose Pop is a sports writer, saw that, she remarked: "I'm glad the Giants finally got out of that sack. They were in it all season." picture: East — Columbia believed the team to 'beat after victory over 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 Superman—M Capt. Midnight—M Tom Mix—-M Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M Five-Star Final News A Day in Sports Henry J. Taylor—M Dinner For Two Scotland Yard—M Adventures of Charlie Chan —Mutual Gabriel Heatter—M Real Stories—M High Adventure—M Fishing & Hunting Club—M Alan Lomax, Ballad Man—M Final Edition of News Monday Matinee . . Floyd Burdettc, who is Alabama basketball coach and football trainer is trying to figure out how he can combine his jobs with the cagers playing in the Oklahoma City all-college tourney Dec. 29-31 and the footballers meeting Texas in the Sugar Bowl Jan. 1. . Maryland's Tom McHugh and Georgia's Joe Geri, both kicking specialists;', who'll be on opposite sides in the Gator Bowl, once were teammates at Phoenixville. Pa, high school. The big question, of course, is how they got from there to Georgi and Maryland 10:30 10:55 11:00 6:01 6:15 6:20 6:30 6:45 Dr. Jim McKenzie 12.00 Talbots 12.00 Bill Mudgett Holy Cross. Colgate, N. Y/U. "a'nd JHempstead Co. Hardware Fordham unbeaten Holy Cross, Crescent Drug Store Temple. Georgetown rated high. Bakers Food Store ,trict and the-European prejudices a recent Eastern tour, but both- and temperamental peculiarities of i starters and reserves made bad many of the inhabitants, Cornmu [passes, had the ball stolen bv the .nists or.not. Rankin is ferociously American, as the people of Mississippi showed they were when the while boys enlisted as volunteers in far, greater proportion than the vouth of New York districts which had been howling for Hitler's blood for years Now came the showdown and (he southern 'ooys flocked to the colors. In New York many of the draft-board clientele were risking deferment lest their aged fathers, 50 years old. be destitute. Psychiatrists were whipping up the term "anxiety neurosis" as a cu-^ phemism for fear. to excuse cowards. In the lower house, the southern and western members are calm when metropolitan members from the East bewail indifference to the plight of 'a hundred Euro pean localities and factions. They are "more American" by far. They much shorter Eagles and played slowly. • Co-Captain Alvin Williams, six- faot-six forward, kept the Razorbacks in the game by scoring 19 points and playing a fine rebound and floor game. George Kok, 6-10 center and the Razor-backs' leading scorer this season, was held to one field goal' in the first half and a.' total of ten'-points for the night. The defending champion Texas Longhorns continued to do their part to uphold the Soathwest's' prestige in intersectiohal competition by whipping City College of New York and St. Joseph's of Philadelphia. Texas' Tom Hamilton passed Kok by one point in the individual point-making race by running his total to 101. '••'•• Legal Notice «s <••<* I'tro JCwM ' Have Your Own Portrait, on Your Xmas Cards This Year You will lilte 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^inest Photouraphy" It T*W Mrtorty ft IN HOPE LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Garden* • Cut Vacant LoU • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8, Walnut St. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that the County Supervisor of Hempstead County,' has called an election to be held in Columbus School District No. 3 of Hempstead County, on the 17th day of January 1048, at which the qualified electors in said School District shall vote on the question of a loan from the Revolving Loan Fund, and the levying of a special tax of 1 mill annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the district so long as is necessary to repay said loan and the interest thereon. Such election shall be held at Columbus School on the 17th day of January 1948, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock p. m. and 6:30 o'clock p. m. and otherwise in the same manner as is provided by law for holding annual school elections WITNESS my hand this 17th day of November, 1947. E. R. Brown County Supervisor Hempstead County Dec. 8, 15, 22 are just American. The physical problem of housing ie legislature got out of hand long, jo. The situation is now an inef- cient mess. Actually, the old cap- ol, pretty as its dome is in the oodlights and an easy symbol for, artoonists, ought to be knocked own or preserved only as a monument. In Baton Rouge, more than 15 ears ago, Huey Long went, traight up in the air with his tate Capitol. There was plenty room for spread, but magnifi- ent distances, a sentimental Obast ! Washington,, are a waste and a ability. Our national capitol has many roomy nooks tucked away i pockets of its architecture, but ley are largely wasted on the ersonal comfort and vanity of. nen who, by seniority and the urns of politics, qualifv for these ew special quarters. The Senate ffice building and. the two House ffice buildings are three stories igh and beautiful examples of lumsy design and stupid waste. n hey should have been combined r ith the Senate and House chain and For . , . , LIGHTING, COOLING, WIRING, MOTORS, and APPLIANCES or anything ELECTRICAL See ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 24 Hour Service Day Phone . Night Phone 883 806 204 South Elm 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. ers and committee rooms many of the now scattered - Logs & Blocks IM « HACKBERRY - ELM - UNN SYCAMORE ~ HQUY „ BAY Just Received a New Shipment' of Butane Gas Hoeiges Priced $140 each. $30 down, 12 months to pay. Hope Butane Gas Co. Phone 188 Hiway 67 west Hope, Ark. CITY ELECTRIC CO. lor Hou*e Wirini Industrial Wiring MidWest—Illinois and Iowa only unbeaten teams but Purdue strong is Big Nine. Kansas State and Oklahoma powrs in Big Six. Southeast—Georgia setting early- pace with seven straight victories. Kentucky, Tenne ssee already among beaten. South—George Washington and orth Carolina State at top of heap. N. C. State, which has lost one in nine starts, defeated St. John's of Brooklyn Saturday in New York, 76-56 Southwest—Texas, with eight victories, has best record in circuit with Baylor and Arkansas next. Far West—Washington State un aeaten. Washington, Oregon and Oregon State beaten once apiece. . —: Q Porkers Rated Slight Edge OverW&M New York. Dec. 22 — f/P)— New York bookmakers have established Michigan, Southern Methodist, Texas . and Georgia Tech as favorites in the major bowl games Jan. 1. The biggest odds are tacked ontc Michigan's unbeaten, untied Jig Nine champions, who have " ieen installed a 14 1-2 point choice ver Southern California in the Jim Cole C. B. Tyler J. W. Strickland /Irs. R. R. Cornelius /liss Beryl Henry jreens Cleaners adies Specialty Shop :. & H. Locker Plant 3 aul Bain . E. Weaver amb Service Station Luck Motor Company lose; Bowl at Paadena, Calif. Close behind the Wolverines in he favor of the betting gentry is leorgia Tech, a 13-point favorite iver Kansas, co-titlist of the Big 3ix Conference, in the Orange Bow" at Miami. Aerial-minded re- erence rooms all under one high oof. The old House office building vas finished in 1906. Before it was pened the members did their usiness in their living quarters i hotels or rooming houses. Most f them lived on or near the hill n the region of the capitol. The essions were short and the pay if $5,000 or $6,000 and about $1,00 a year for clerical work, was /cry good for a parttime job. II /cry good for a part time job, It vas mighty good pay in the ampaign slogan of a day when a oup-bone cost a nickel and a luart of milk or loaf of bread the amc. A congressman's pay o: oughly $100 a week was aristo ratic then and the more so inas nach as he worked only a few veek was aristocratic then anc ho more so insmuch as he a few weeks each he gets $15.000 and Texas rates 5.00 5.00 12.00 1.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 drs. Annie Erwin 1.00 C. Lewis 6.00 1.00 4.00 12.00 1.005.00 1.00 5.00 10.00 Sheer Flatterby Harold Keith, Oklahoma U. tub- thumper, reports: "The rassling team is laid up with bruises . . . Port Robertson, and a smart, tough grappler here ten years ago, demonstrates his stuff so effectively that the boys sometimes don't get up but just say 'Yes, sur' from their shoulder blades/' o • in Easy Win 10:10 Sportingly Yours 10:15 Gene Krupa's Orch.—M Nat Brandwynee's Orch.—M Mutual Reports the News SIGN OFF Tuesday a.m., Dec. 23 6:00 SIGN-ON milbilly Hoedown Market News Hillbilly Jamboree News, First Edition Airlane Trio 7:00 Your Farm Reporter 7:15 Happy Holiday Farm 7:30 The Devotional Hour Musical Clock Lost and Found Coffee Cup Edition of News Uncle Ben Shady Valley Folks—M Today on KXAR Cecil Brown, News—M Faith in our Time—M Say. It With Music—M Bill Harrington Sings—M Tell Your Neighbor—M Heart's Desire—M Kate Smith Speaks—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M U.S. Naval Band—M 7:45 7:50 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:55 9:00 I 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:30 Tuesday p.m., Dec. 23 Ceith Jewelry 5.00 Herbert Lewallen A. Westbrook Pentecost .ubrey Allbritton Duffie Hardware lunkett Jarrell aul H. Power ^aGrone Wiliams C. W. Tarplcy Vlorgan & Lindsey "tewarts Jewelry Victor Freight-Term. d. S. Morris Vanity Beauty Shop ... Ward & Son 3ick \J5atkins lenry Watkins Snyker Hotel ... Alberts Candy A. J. Neighbors Frank Hill R. D. Franklin Pittsburgh, Philadelphia Dec. 22 Eagles — ({?)— The today are rlope Seen Beverage Co. Shoe Shop vorkcd only ession. Now ... _ till keeps a home or a fictitiou ome back in his district, and the ob runs roughly around th Calendar. The Methodist building vhich for a long time housed the u\s Wayne B. Wheeler's political jower-house during prohibition, till is a home • for some of the nodest or unpretentious members. There are two or three similar apartments on the hill, but many of the members of both houses arc scattered all over the city. So are he great, dusty, bureaus in enormously wasteful tombs with soiled walls. In the old House office build- in each member bad one room, usually with a glass - partitioned sanctum for tbe member himself and his conferences. Tbe new build' ing was opened in the 'thirties. Now each member ftas two rooms, hut still nothing has been done about rubbing out blocks of useless old hucches near the capr itol and running up reasonably de- ce.nt living quarters for the members. The British M. p.'s have no such burdpn? ol study, correspondence, even-point edge over Alabama in he Sugar Bowl at New Orleans "outhern Methodist, featuring All America Halfback Doak Walker, is conceded a 6 1-2-point margin over mblemished Penn State in the Co oh Bowl at Dallas. In most of the other post-season attractions, it's necessary to spo a touchdown one way or the other Mississippi, with the nation's top aerialists in Charlie Conerly an Barney Poole. is given seven point over Texas Christian in the Delt 3o\vl at Memphis. Georgia rates seven and a hal points better than Maryland in the JJator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla., accordi g to the bookie charts, and \rkansas has a six-point edge over William and Mary, the Southern Conference champion, in the Dixie Bowl at Birmingham, Ala. In the, Shrine game at San Francisco, the Eastern All-Stars, with Notre Dame's Johnny Lujack in the lineup, rule seven and a half point favorites over the Western selectees. The betting books have Texas Tech and Miami of Ohio rated even in the Sun Bowl at El Paso. No odds have been announced here on the other, bowl games, which include: Raisin Bowl at Fresno, Calif. — College of the Pacific vs. Wichita. Salad Bowl at Phoenix, Airz — North Texas State vs. Nevada Tangerine Bowl at Orlando. Fla. — Cataba vs. Marshall (W Va) Pineapple Bowl at Honolulu — Hawaii vs Redlands. Harbor Bowl at San Diego, Calif. — San Diego State vs. Hardin-Sim- rnonK Cigar Bowl at Tampa, Fla. - Weslchestcr (Pa) Teachers vs. Missouri Valley. Columnist Mark Hellinger Dies in Hollywood By VIRGINIA MacPHERSON Hollywood, Dec. 22 — (UP) — Mark Bellinger, 44. columnist, short story writer and movie producer, will be buried Wednesday, tne day he was to announce an agreement with David O. Sclznick which would have made him one of the top men in the motion picture R. L. McCain Paul Raley J. C. Broyles R. L. Arnold Harlon West Lmbr. Co Guy Watkins ' Hugh Hall Emmett Thompson Jack Cleary R. C. Ellen Walter Verhalen, Jr R. E. Jackson Allen Shipp Hempstead Motor Co Trading Post Harry Haythorne Hamilton Hannegan H. B. Barr Greenlee Sheet Metal Co. W. H. Heard .: Robert Turner Shields Food Store Rephans Dept. Store J. C. Penney Co Hope Transfer Hamm Tire & Appliance Co. J. W. Perkins, Sinclair Hempstead Co. Lumber Cassidy & Williams C. O. Thomas Lehman Auto Supply Wade Warren Thrash Brothers Scott Stores eorge Robison Leo Compton La. Nevada Transit Co. Oliver L,. Adams '. Haynes Bros Dorsey Fuller Feeders Supply B & B Gro Cliff Stesvart 1.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 7.50 10.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 12.00 12.00 2.00' 2.00 2.00 12.00 6.00 6.00 10.00 5.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 12.00 1200 5,00 6.00 12.00 12.00 5.00 a.00 10.00 1.00 10.00 15.00 12.00 4.00 5.00 12.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 12.00 15.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 12.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 15.00 24.00 6.00 10.00 3.00 24.00 12.00 1.00 12.50 2.00 champs of the National Football League's Eastern division but they never thought a dream of 14 years would come true so easily. In a near-perfect offensive and defensive display, the men coached by Earl (Greasy) Neale earned the right to moot the Chicago Cardinals for the circuit title Sunday in Chicago by thumping the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-0 yesterday. The victory broke the Eagles jinx . of having finiphed second in the divi sion three straight years. Few in the capacity house of 35,729 at Forbes Field believed it possible for the Eagles to match the same score by which they defeated' the Steelers in Philadelphia during the regular season after losing here 35 to 24. But from the time Pete Miss Lulie Allen 1.00 investigation and legislation. en$ jp ti comparable in size and No Will Ed Walker 12.50 R. E. Cooper ....: 1.00 Dr. F. C. Crow 7.00 Elise Broach 12.00 R. E. Cain 6.00 Billy Ducketl 3.00 Kathleen Broach 12.00 Cooks Laundry 12.00 Bank of Blevins 5.00 E. D. Robinson 5.00 M. L. Nelson 5.00 Mrs. H. M. Stephens 5.00 J. R. Mcadors 4.0D J. E. Gentry ., 1.00 M. D. Tippet 1.00 Arvil Hickman 12.00 E. R. Brown 12.00 reening Ins. Agency 10.00 Clifford Franks 12.00 Hitis Shoe Store 12.00 Wylie Motor Co 12.00 F. J. Mason 5.00 Claud Sutton 10.00 Willis Mens Store 5.00 Jas. H. Jones 5.0Q R. C. Daniels 2.50 Foster Shoe Store 12.00 Moore's Gro 12.00 industry. Bellinger, the first man to cover New York's Broadway as a news beat, was stricken with a heart attack late Saturday night while \yatching the private showing of his latest movie in his hilltop mansion. • He was taken to Cedars of Lebanon hospital and died about 2 m. yesterday in the arms of his follies beauty Hellioger had *B,> ex-Ziegfe adys (Had. freshman end from the University of Indiana, blocked a kick and Tommy Thompson tossed a flat pass to Steve Van Buren, good fori 15 yards and Philadelphia's first touchdown, it was the Eagles' ball game. Van Buren scored at the 13:19 minute mark of the first period. The game had been expected to develoo into a bruising battle between two teams that a few years ago were so weak that they were combined under the name of th Steadies. Instead it was a gallop for the Eagles as they went into the finals against a club that also was once a league doormat. -- o Arkansas Revises Grid Schedule :• Fayetteville, Dec. 22 — (JP) — Homefolks will see more of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks next football season. The Razorbacks' 1948 schedule, released by Coach John Barnhill, includes three games here, four at Little Rock and three in Texas. Among teams Arkansas will play in tho millipn-and-a-quarter dollar A'ar Memorial Stadium at Little *ock are William and Mary, the lazorbacks' foe for the Birming lam Dixie Bowl game New Year's 3ay, and Tulsa, which the Porkers lave met at Tulsa for more than a lecade. The first game scheduled for the lew stadium, on which construc- ion is to begin next month, will be a Southwest Conference clash with *ice Nov. 6. The Razorbacks will ip en the season with Abilene Tex.), Christian College in a night ams at the Little Rock High school stadium Sept. 18. William and Mary replaces the University of Mississippi on the Razorback schedule. Ole Miss and Arkansas have been meeting a radnional game at Memphis for years. The complete schedule: Sept. 18 — Abilene Christian Col- ego at Little Rock (night). Sept. 25 — East Texas State at Fayetteville Oct. 2 — Texas Christian at Fort planned to celebrate this week was to turn out million-dollar mpvies from Ernest Hemingway stories— on the pattern of "The Killers," the movie that really established him as an independent producer. The Bellingers were divorced in i932, but remarried a year later They had two adopted children Mark Jr., 6, and Gladys, a. Bellinger wa,s born in New York on March 31. 1803, and crashed into writing at $16 9 week on "Zit's Weekly," a theatrical paper. Worth (night (c) Oct. 9 — Baylor at Fayetteville (c) Oct. 16 — Texas at Austin (c) Oat. 23 — Permanently open Oct. 30 — Texas A. & M at Collego Station (c) Nov C — Rice at Little Rock (c) Nov. 13 — Southern Methodist at Fayetteville (c) (homecoming) Nov. 20 — Tulsa at Little Rock Nov. 27 — William and Mary at Little Rock. Catholics Are Asked to Pray for Peace Vatican City. Dec. 19—<#)— The Christmas encyclical of: Pope Pws XII, inviting aU"Catt«jU«- to pyajt for peace, will be published tomor- 'row, Vatican purees sgid ARK A NSAS Monday, December 22, 1947 Monday, D«c«mb*r 22, 1947 OZARK IKE By Chick Young THEM TWO < CLANS'VE BEEN PEUDIN' PER YEARS OVUH THAT PELT/ 51TO1ES FUST CLAN WHICH SCORES,WINS.' IN HI .000 OZARK ME»? I'M MUNCHING FOOD QUIETER THAN A LITTLE BU^JHy-- I'M MOT MAKING A SOUND.' DAGWOCQ SURPRISED AT YOU, MAKING ALL THAT NOISE EATING- IT'S NOT NICE FATFIELDS KICKIN 1 PENULTIES: STAB XING, SL UGGIMG, fl ITING, PINCHING; CHOKING, UNN&ESSARY USE UF FIREARMS, CLUBS OR BRASS KNUCKLES.... LOSS UF FIVE YARDS SOS THEY WOMf WASTE NO TIME SUB strrooTiN- IF OUTSIDE WITH THAT BONE/ MUTUAL NETWORK 149O HOMICIDE.,. LOSS UF FIFTEEN YARDS By Michael O'Malley & Ralph By Dick Turner DIAMONDS? YOU'RE IN WE BUSINESS? CARNIVAL head then aocTsaw Libby and me. DRINK UP, WILLIE. AUKE'S SUPER-SPECIALS ARE GUARANTEED TO CURE WHAT AILS YOU. YOU'VE ONLY HAD THREE By Golbraith SIDE GLANCES WOH'T LEAVE YA SAY/ WHO'S THE CLASSY CHARACTER WITH THE OAME? f RIENDS OF YOURS? f/~f ANYTHING YOU SAY.SONYA. BUT V WHAT A WALLOP/ THEIR 010 DIAMONDS SOMEWHERE j CAN'T SEE'em. ROOMS WHIRLING. MAYBE IT'S THAT GUY I'M SUPPOSED T6 MEET HERE ON BUSINESS. BiLcstiaTur WASH TUBES WE- TNVCE OUR \ APPARENTLY APPAWS FIRST SHOWEp BOS HEBE, CftPTOM \ANX\ETy AFTER ThiE WAREHOUSE . THEFT... BOTH CRIMES ALBEAOX LINKED SV A SIMILAR. LJSEV3P 1 HW5BESN POUNDED WTO P»WW>\ UWCi THOSE MteC&l THEf 'R0 SOK.ES I Cft«'T IDEMTIF4 THE VJHW SOU GOT THERE TH'tilND emWPEP OMn TH'CRWE STOLEN FROM !!\PDWS SEEMED AHWOUSTOWOID" By Cafl Ande? COF!t. 1947 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. II. S. PAT. OFF. "Whet did you mean by telling all those people, A disposition "like my wife's is more important than good looks in making marriage a s'"^« s «">" "You s-ire there ain't nb hockey game here tonight? ' . •. • i j. I heard positively the . Toscaninis was playing the Beethovens!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Hershberger FUNNY BUSINESS , HOMEY' 3E TO THE OTHER GIRLS / VOL) DIDN'T MEAH MS AMNOUWCE THAT THIS is A '•:• SOUTHERNS STYLE PAHTY'/j, THEIR TOUGH LUCK' DONALD DUCK ..NOW/ JUST ONE MOKE QUESTION, ME. PLJCK, HOW 00 TOU INTEND TO USE THE MONEV? Go WHAT"? fALL THE DAMCES ARE TAG [ He's SIM"''—that rope trick.be learned in India only works one way 1 ." ALLEY OOP MASSACRE HIM.' ILL BEA BRAINS OUT! I'LL,,. MET OH. I'M NOBPO. AN' I'M JUST SITTIN'.,. WYf Thimble Theater 5 863T PAPPON, 5 |R THE NAME THAT'S "RIFLE" e«nUL — MS DRlVH ONJCE KILLEPA BEA(?. f .'/roiJ6H FOR WIMPV IS "WIMPy*// IE'LL PRACTICE!] I'll iTE ::•'•• -•-••' -r-i' i /" •• -WA V/ith Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUSE By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY EGAD,BARTER/ SUfSELV YOU OBSERVE THE 30LLV R\TUAL OF THE Vote LO&/-~-CONST You THE svT TOAST OF SIR IM HIS CASTLE \M\TIA \MASSAiu AMD BOAR'S HEAD $ NO- DON'T/ LENAME GIT IT STARTEP WAIT NOW-IT GOES IM NUN1DER THIS WAV FIRST 1 Ti-lOU&sA" LO& W&Rc. SOUR- BROTHER— f SHOW VOL) 7ACKLV HOW IT'S (3OMNA LOOK LIKE .WE'LL TIE IT OM FIRTHY RED RYDER Pihos, 12:00 12:10 12:15 12:20 12:30 12:55 1:00 1:30 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:10 10: 15 10:30 10:55 11:00 KXAH Home Edition News . Song of the Day The Latest in Markets Noon Jamboree Farm Fair Street Edition News Queen for a Day—M The Martin Block'Show—M Song of the Stranger— M KXAR Spotlight Erskine Johnson in Hollywood—M The Johnson Family—M Harold Turner—M Adventure Parade—M Swing Time Swing Time Hop Harrigan—M Superman—M Capt. Midnight—M Tom Mix—M Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 5-Star Final Edition News Today in Sports Newscope—M Dinner for Two Mysterious Traveler—M Official Detective—M Billy Rose Gabriel Heatter—M Real Stories from Real Life —Mutual Zane Gray Show—M American Forum of Air—M California Melodies—M Final Edition News Sportingly Yours Songs by Morton Downey—M Freddie Naglc Orch.—M Mutual Reports the News SIGN OFF o Top Radio Programs By The Associated CENTRAL STANDARD TIME The current Hooper report had several subsidiary developments. Red Skelton, normally among the ten, was resting in 13th place. " the other hand Godfrey's ta scouts continued to ease higher, going to llth. From 15th Other fluctuations: Walter Winchell 12th, down one place; My Friend Irma 14th, down two places; and Phil and Alice Bandwagon 15th, down one place. Listening tonight (Monday): NBC — 7 Calvalcade of America Christmas (concert; 7:30 Howard Barlow concert; 9 Contented concert;. CBS — 8 Radio Theater; 9 My Friend Irma; 9:30 Fanny Brice and Hanley -Stafford. ABC — 6:30 Lone Ranger; Opie Gates show; 8 On America. MBS — 7 Scotaland Yard; 7:30 Charlie Chan; 8:30 High Adventure drama. Tuesday broadcasts: NBC —10:30 a. m. Jack Berch show; CBS —10 a. m Arthur Godfrey ABC — 9:25 a m Betty Crocker MBS — 11:30 drama. O : Commissioner to Rule Athletics in State Colleges Little Rock, Dec. 22 — (#>)— The Arkansas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, • its membership expanded to 11 schools by the add! tion of Arkansas State College of Joncsboro, svill have a commission er form of control next year. Meeting here Saturday, the conference voted to employ a commis sioner to interpret regulations, keep a check on observance of rules and eligibility standards, name game officials and keep rec ords.- A conference spokesman said no one had selected for the job. Johnie Burnett, secretary of the Arkansas Athletic Association, governing organization of high school sports, was statistician for the AIC during the 1947 football season. The AIC also decided to: Adhere to Rational College Ath letic Association eligibility rules; Not to have a conference basketball tournament but to determine its 1948 championship on centage basis — the champion meeting Arkansas State, which didn't enter the loop early enough to arrange a representative con ference schedule, to determine which team will represent the state in the national collegiate tournament at Kansas City. W. E. Morgan, president of Ar kawsas A. & M of MwUcello. was elected 'coaference president, sue ceding Dr Itolen M. Jrby of Hen rx. 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