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HO PI STAR, HOM» ARKANSAS BURGERS .-.XT Mr BAR-B-Q (fotfef Store* ABISPLAY NS 'ardlaws CLASSIFIED ' Ada Must B6 la Office Ddy Before t>ubli<Satlofl , WANT AD RATES AB Wont Ad* t*f* poyobl* W BoVonci T but dd* will b«, oceeptod ' . IULLDOZER WORK . tlort dccourtf* allowed with th» un- a«r*tondlng 1h* (account l» pcfyobl* when »fat*th«nt t» rendsred. 1.83 M to 60 5.00 15.00 .TTRESSES 'Made Into lnner»>rlng , f .6rk Quafantead '0n» Day 8ervlo» •— « , jr Mottren C». Ilm Street Phon* 7-8211 SHARES 'Income Fund' psctus" available from ^BATES 7^454 3.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 t, ; ma ........................ 75e par Inch 3 timai , t ............. • ....... 60e P° r ' nch I Jim" :::::::..::: ............ 50= P er mch Rates quoted above ore tor con- tecMve Insertions. Irregular or skip- dote ads will take the one-day rat*. All dally classified advertising copy wtll be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to refect any pbiecflonobl* advertising, sub-' mltted Initials of one or more lerteri, aroups or figures .such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star, will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unlest erron are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE. Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343 1 Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327, 22-1 mo. For Sole or Rent TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone ?-5860 or 22-6660. 19-1 Mo. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mlsa Turn«r at Hicks Funeral Home Successful Deer Hunters in County Some 95 persons killed bucks in Hempstead during the first season last week, two were fined for illegal kills and at least three does were found in the woods by hunters. The successful hunters follow: McCaskill: Elmer White, Luther E. Spicer J. O. Harris, C. M. Hooks Aline Cox, E. Kidd. Milton 'The . senior choir of BceBee Memorial CME Church will rehearse Thursday night, November 18, at 7:30 All mem. bers are asked to be present, business pf importance to be discussed. Hope Star Star of Hop* 1899; Prati- 1927 Oantolldoted January 18, 1929 iick ' '' v Hlohway 67 West CLUCK'S . )'FURNITURE CO. ...jftf^Cttyj;Limits West lion Water Barrels for Sale *ni.7*381 Hope, Ark. X'l*" ~ IHAULING fGfqvel, Fill' Dirt and |ofc Light Hauling. IEST JONES |p|one .7-3860 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C I. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Tre* -at The Star Building 312-14 South Wolnut Street Hope, Arkansas New UA Dormitory for Athletes LITTLE ROCKWP) The University of Arkansas pl&ns to build a new dormitory to house 100 athletes on the campus at Fnyetteville. Pl.-ins f'jr the construction were announced here yesterday by University President John T. Cr.ldwell din-ing his presentation of school budget needs to the Arkansas Legislative Council. The Community Club met on Monday, November 8, at the regular meeting place. Seventeen members were present. There were two new members, Amos McKinley and Rev. L. A. Clark. A short program was presented. After the business session ice cream and cake was served. The next meeting will be Monday, November 22, at 7:30 p. m. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jonns, Managing Editor Jets M. Davis, Advertising Manage) Goorgo W. Hosmcr, Meeh. Supt. Stone, Coy Lee Hutson, B. F. Jester, Hope: O. B. Rodden, S. E. Cox, Odell Luck, A. L. Page, Clyde Munn, Thurman Ridling, Jimmie Martin, J. W. McRoy, Loyd Townsend, Ben McRoy, Ruel Mullins, Jim Stuart, C. M. Momon, Thomas Barber, A. B. Mhoon, Dewey Worthy, Dave Curtis Jr., A. G. Martin Jr., Kenneth Eobo, F. L. Downs, Bruce Smlih, Jim Cobb, Hiriam Hatfield, Finis Thompson, Cline Mosser, R. G. Momon, P. J. Harvell. Blevins: Sanford Bonds. Earl Steed, .Lendo Wilson, William Campbell, Jimmie Horton, R. D. Phillips. Ozan: Bobbie Gene Stuart. Prescott: H. E. Nolen, Willie Stone. Nashville: H. C. Hammey, R. O. Wcstfall, Dr. C. E. Stuart, Wai- ace Schooley, Malvern; Joel D. Davis Fouke: George Cotter Texarkana: Saevy Hughes, G. T. riorsey, H. A. Dorsey, Kenneth Spears, W. S. Snead, H. Q. Spears, R. L. Ponder, Jr.,' Claude Smith. Entered oi second clou matter ml tho Past Office at Hope, Arkonjai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. There will be a special program beginning Friday night, November 19, at 7:30 at the Church o£ God In Christ. 911 Bell St. Member of the Audit Bureau at Circulation IglbHNSON -^ CITING CO. llPnnting Mc,Off ice, Supplies ie?7-2541 W Front St. Service Subscription Rotes (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— Per week .• •• •» Per year '3.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller counties— - ' •'••- ' .- ' ' •' ._* Ohe month .;....;.. ••»•—•• •';> Threr months... - .\-60-. ilx.months 2.60 One year ....;....;. ~ 4-50 All other mall— , • • One month •••••• '.JO Three months ...:........... 3.^3 Six months .•»••• 6.50 One year '3.00 Nafl AJvertlsIng Representatlvcsi Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick •Idg., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E 42d St., New York' 17, N. Y.; 1763,. Penobscot^ Bldg., Detroit 2, ..Mich.; Terminal Bldg., -pklahprna City 2, ^Member of 'The Assoelafed ]' Press: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of. all the local news printed in this newspaper/as well as all AP news dispatches. - Eld. L. A. Austin of Texarkana pastor of Magnolia who is heard each Sunday morning over station KVMA Magnolia and State chair man B. J. Davis are expected. Eld L. C. Washington will speak Sat urday night and the pastor wil speak Sunday. The public is invit ed. Eld. O. N. Dennis, pastor. The Hope Civic Improvemen Association will meet Thursday n ght, November 18th. at the regula meeting place at 7:30. All member please be present. , St. Andrew Lodge will meet Friday night, November 19, at the hall asking all members to be present at 7:30. Little Rock: Lynn Martin. Mineral Springs: Oscar Haw- horne, Dick Schooley,*C. S. Cro- lon, Lealon Dorsey, C. W. Dorsey. Fulton: A. Q. Crumoe, Robert j. Bozarth, Dorman Play wood, H. ff. Hindman, Newton Rosenbaum, 3. B. Rosenbaum, Finis Walden, rl. M. Rosenbaum. Patmos: Verdo Powell, Verdo Powell, Jr., Bill Hampton, Noel Warren, McNab: Robert Hood, , Edd Trotter, John Revels, Jr. Columbus: J. S. Wilson Ashdown: A. E. Gabbard Saratoga: R. G. Ellis El Dorado: A. F. Elenbury Emmet: Frank Bealy, Howell Baker, E. J. Carlton, Jr., Stamps: F; C. Halfield Hot -Springs: Ira Byers • Dallas, Texas; E. R. Buckstead Ducks Scarce as Season Opens Today LITTLE ROCK Wl Arkansas hunters were scheduled to firo their fii st salvos at southbound ducks after nron today but Fi:!h and Game Commission official feared one element might be miss ing'Hhe ducks." A commission spokesman -said yesterday "I don't think anyone will have much luck. There jus isn't much water." The official s-.aid mass flights oi c'ucks would not begin fiom Car adr. for (wo cr three weeks anc "perhaps by then we'll have some rain. Tho commission said »l leas four inches of rain would be ne cssary to draw'birds to any nurr bcr and that sich inches would b necessary to insure a plentiful 211 ply of ducks. . . Water nov; is being pumped int the 13,000 acre Black River are in Green and Clay counties. Hunting is restricted to thu period between one hour before sunrise and cnc hour before sun :,et. The daily bag limit is four, and possession limit is eight. Wood ducks arc illegal. POND CLEANER—This tractor-like boat is used in Russia to clear ponds of grass hampering the propogation of fish. A. Macijauskas, a work team leader, is shown clearing a pond at a fish breeding farm in Lithuania. The prow of the boat is fitted with a scissors-type blade which cuts weeds at various lengths. Picture and caption material from an official Soviet source.. The season ends Jan. 10. SPORTS .By OAYLK TAUBOT. Can Detect Cancer NEW YORK (IP) —The talk of expanding the Ame-ricr.n Lcajnie into a 10-club organization is so unreal islic at this particular time one; wonders how Hank Grcenborgn tho general manager of the Cleveland Indians .could possible bo serious I about the move he proposes to sponsor at the next meetin;; of his club owner's. What is Hank going . to suggest they use of ballplayers on the t\V3 additional teams he presumably means to foist on the good citizens HopeCagers Win a Pair From Waldo Two Hope basketball teams rmt- tertained a couple from Waldo last night on the local court and both, came out victorious. With Bcrlie Allen tossing in 20 Wednesday, Hovemter 17, 1»S4 —_ .—:— •— —Porkers Plot Strategy for LSU Contest By The Associated Press St.uthem Methodist held cloak- and-dagger practice sessions, Baylor went through long dffpnslve drills. Texas and Texas A&M took it easy, and other Soi'thvest Con- ^ fcrence elevens stuck to routine Wednesday. At Houston, Coach Jess Neely of the Rice Owls promoted Jerry Hall to the first team. The running cf Hank Crowsey highlighted Texas Christian's offensive drills lit Fort Worth. And in Fayoltcville. Arkansas' Razorbacks worked against Louisiana Slate otfenrive plays as run by Porker reserves. Coach Woody Woodard said the ^ Methodists, gunning for a victory "7 and the chpmpionship, would continue secret practices sessions Wednesday , and Thursday in preparation for' the crucial test against fast-improving Baylor. Six Mustangs were too bruised from the tussle with Arkansas, the Poikcrs' first loss of the year 10 get into uniform Tuesday. But Woe-dard expected a full-si rcngth lineup Saturday in the Cotton Bowl. tf Baylor made no secret that It was concerned with rtoppiiiR Frank Eidom and Ibe galloping Pcny offense thsit Whipped Arkansas 21-14 last weekend. The Bears worked for mere than an hour on olfcnse Tuesday and planned more defen- ive preparations before the game n Dallas Saturday. Jp.ck T....rockmorrtor.'s bruised hould.cr caused the promotion of iall to the Ow! first string as the Rice squad drilled for its • TCU jjf laltle. The big soph looked espc- lially ecod ' Tuesday against the -lorncd" Frog split T formation. The Longhorns resumed practice ! ' ^ lifiSi a*i. fS&W Noverhber 17, H 0 f» I 5 f A * , H 0 F 1 , ARK AN S A I OTAtK IKI I EVEN WROTE A NOTE : DON'T FORGET THE SHOE POLISH AND PICKLES" AND STUCK IT IN MY HATBANDTO MAKE SURE I'D REMEMBER ARE YOU SURE YOU V OFCOURS BUT CORA, IF YOU DON'T WANT SHOE POLISH AND PICKLES WHAT. WAS THIS NOTE DOING IN MY HATBAND? STUCK IT IN VOUR DAGWOOt), THE SHOE POLISH AND JAR OF^ICKLES . AND ELECTEb to i?Bc6iv BE ON MOUR GUARD SHAME . ON VOU OWN HATBAND? Hl'MPOSITIV PHONED YOU TO WRING ON YOUR HOME FROM THE OFFICE .COULD I FORGET? FROM BREAKING OUT OUR WAIT By J. R. Willlomt V'C FLINT Magnolia: T. C. Weaver Bodcaw:' 'W! H. Baker Spring Hill: Vance Marcum Murfreesboro: Corles Alford By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE ATLANTIC CITY, N. . Iff) Human cancers can be made to shine with a bright red warning light for easy detection, a medical team announced today This may prove a great breakthrough against cancer. of Ls Angeles andSanFr;ncTsco and Shirley McBay H the Hope If the former home run King was ?*™™-°* ?" ^ * 43 p l j!* Basketball If too bury winning a pennant tho past season realize his league had an awful time suiting up even eight r.ets of big- league players, he deserves to be tipped off. Iv is doubtful that among thorn, the Philadelphia Atheletics Baltimore Orioles and Washington Sc:i ;.tors could have put together a Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE AMBULANCE us before PORTER Operator. HOP? .HV. 67 West •Complete Parts and »,/'' Seryfpe for Holland Balers Tractors t , Phorw or Wrltt Co. Ark -" 1140.R HERNDQN CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest arid Oldest in South . Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mp. For Sale THREE registered Guernsey bull calves from high producing dams. David McKee, Route 4, Hope. (Old Blevins Road). , 13-Gt Layawoy Open on TRIKES - BIKES - DOLLS and Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. AJ.SJjs.f0r From Stand of Isolation By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON UP) — The United States haw moved so far from its prewar isolation under both the Truman and Eisenhower aelrninis- ratipns that now it is linked to he defense of other nations span- ling the world. It has agreements with allies in Europe Asia Latin America and he Pacific. The agreements arc not all the same varying in the legree to which the United States pledges itself to tid it—s olHes. The extent of the American commitments was illustrated again Wednesday when President Eisen howcr asked the Senate to approv this country's members hip ii SEATO the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization. Later he will ask the Senate lo bless agreements worked out in October: to restore German sover- Baltimore 110, ,Ne\v Yovk 107 Syracuse 86, Philadelphia .85. Bcston 99. Rochester 9*-! . ; FINEST Johnson grass hay at barn 3 miles northeast of Emmet -TERMITES CURRY'S lite Control Co, >NDED - INSURED Coll Jlr, Walter Bailee, RFD, Prescott. Michigan Player Lineman of Week By The Associa r ed Press Eon Kramer, Michigan's great sophomore end, todiiy \vns picked as The Associated Press lineman f the week for his magnificent play against Michigan State Sat (rday. Kramer, a 19-year-old 6:3 220 sounder, was the difference as the Michigan ,ay of telling whether a person ^ ^e^i^ fou^ace' veins This 'chemical, porphyrin, unaeisuutiuie. \eins. inib tucuui-ai, i i | rnu _ Qny wgy & 1Q tenm i oaguc are ex- po, be put into opera ,ewu, ar ht as bright as a woman's lipstjck. — and they ai" nervous the other will ge the jump on the West Coast nick sTfa'p ths m^d has ouuinod Ing. without risking quick dj entire cencers in a few human aster would be to throw i, 1 IHei boles teUlng «ur«eons the ex- available talent, plus the best o -he cancer lor complete n- that in the high minors, into one Doctors D S. Rasmussen- great, squirming pool of players Taxdal, £ nnt! E.Ward'and FrankUd then try - — — ™-* H J Figge of Baltimore told the [evenly. Wolverines battered State 337. "He was our big guy," s- the way Michigan Coach Benny Oosterbaan put it. • to dole them out '.v Bright and Mitchell with 8 and Russell with 7, the local boys landily licked Waldo 59 to 20. Eidom Picked the Back of Week DALLAS (/P) — Frank Eidom who ravels as recklessly on a fc'otbai ield r.s hot rsd on a steep ;n dine, is national bai.'k of the week and his coach, Woody-Woodard of Southern Methodist ' : says it couldn't have happened *o a finer player. The captulating halfback, of SMU won the hnncr with liis miglily showing against Arkansas last week when his team took ove leaderrhip of the Southwest Con ference with a 21-14 victory. All he did was run for 163 yards score all of his team's touchdowns, play a grand defensive game and block like a steamroller. Eidom came to Southern Meth 'dist from Pert Arthur., Tox., hoi ildr.cl as a combination Kyle Rote Doak Walker. That was iomethinp Wednesday after watching movies of their 35-34 victory over TCU. Coach Ed Price said the Texas team would concentrate on hard work the rest of the week in preparation for the traditional Thanksgiving Day game with Texas A&M The Agt'.ies meanwhile, worked lishtly crT all phases- of the game but there was a determination noticeable that might bode ill for i he Steers: . Arkansas lock it easy in a brief drill and then watched game-study movies in preparing for the non- conference clash with LSU. Coach Bowden Wyatt, undismayed at the Prokcr's dcfert by SMU plainly xpected his team lo bounce bac-K gairst the Tigers. There was no contact for the Hogs Tuesday. If 1 • . <* Food and Drink ' ACROSS 1 Chinese drink 4 Food seasoning 8 Ostentatious show 12 Measure oi type(pl.) 13 Century plant 14 Operatic solo jSBr.d's sibling 1(1 Male falcons IU Club buyer of , food a. r io , "•.' drink '. 21 Free • « 22 Persian poet i 24 Places ' 26 Blackbirds of <• ; cuckoo family * 2? 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The Indians might flinch at eignty let her rearm join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and become a member of a new West Euro pe an d efense organization. : The Senate will approve neither before early 1955. The first big step out of isola- l-OSt GREEN Parakeet with touches of sei . V j ng peace. -—rt j.j*w tii i, v ••«(:> ttf — f* ls " dr ,tion came when the United states Coined the United Nations whose CO members are banded together for the expressed purpose of pro- The yellow. "Pete. Very tame. Named were supposed to set up . Reward offered. Susan , m Internationa 1 p olice force to Davis, 410 South Walker, Phone v eep p eace but never reached fivst " Prospect 7-2554. 15-3t bas'e 'on that Russia got tough This country looked for a way 8-month old Beagle pups asiflo f rom u. N. procedures to near Red Lake. Notify William 0 j fsQt Russ i a '- s 'threat. Foster, Lewisville. Ark, ^6-3t It was easily found. A clause For Rent in HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. NICELY furnished 4 room apart ment and hath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf expert. mechanics to re- truck< ' 0 complete pf $11 cars RRY ABOUT •JF* FOUR room furnished apartment. Astronomers say the varying colors on the surface of Mars are the best evidence there is life on the planet because dust from the Mars' ca ;, 1l f^ r deserts would covr everything and produce a uniform color if there were no life. were approved by the Senate March 20 1952, Philippines Treaty Agreed to Aug. 16 1951. The Unit 3d States and the Philippines agree on attack on one would endanper the ether and promise to meet such a danger in accordance with their constitutional processes. Australia - New Zealand-United Stales This agreement called the Anzus Treaty was signed Sept. 1 1951. Like the Philippines Treaty it is a pledge of mutual help in case of attack but agnin only in "accordance with constitutional processes." Japanese Treaty Sicnort S ept. 8 1951. This gives the United Stains the rigrt to' have armed forces in and around apan and ,to heln do- fend Japan against attack. There is a prevision for joint notion if with iodine ._. ....,,, would show uo under X- tossing their pitching staff into the WULUU => . hopper, and the Yankees almosl Tint would mean a person could certainly would contribute Yogi have the injecUon, then be X-rayed Berra only reluctantly lo the great cr fiuroscoped to see if he has lottery. can be combined that it rays. . . Frankly, we do not expect to see -iodine presumably this hsoopen, nor dc we expect lo either league soil its future »---.poets on the West Coast by for|rushing into anything as obviously cancer had spread in _ the hnriv.uroreocis en the West Coast •-nrl reveal those locations — , ... -i We-savtag treatment. Thi.3 spread-suicidal as a lOteam circuit, ing action, called metf.stassi, is one .of is the U. N. Charter allows Us war breaks out in that area. , reason why many people die cancer. The original' cancer removed, but its seeds already have spread elsewhere, take root and grow:. Another possibility is tha, radio- j active atoms could be attached to norphyrin, and be carried to the tites of cancer to root Ihem out with lethal radiation. Basmussen-Texda, now spending a vear at the University of California Hospital, spoke- for the medical team from the Johns Hopkins University and University of Maryland. Figge, head of the team, nas long been interested in porphyrin Probe Continues Into Explosion DOGS members to protect themselves by United outside alliances with its made similar alliances with its satellite's and Red China. This is the calendar of how the United States has sought peace arrangements 50 nations of Sun Fran- through collective i>round the world: ' United Nations signed the charter d!--eo June 20 1945. Ten other na- Soutli Korean Treaty Agreed to Aug. 8 1953 ratified Jan. BO 1P54. This treaty following the Ko- rer.rn armistice with tho Cummu- nipts pledge s the United States and South Korea lo go to each other's help if either is attacked. Southeast Asia Treaty Organization This was signed hi Manila MEMPHIS Police and of- Sept. 8 1954 by eight nations: tJU£V 1UU1IA ILUUiaiiUli «|;»* v»*m*.v. ----- - -- Electric refrigerator, Garage. No t ion* joined ater — ap- children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 220 N. Elm. IQ-tf TWO 3-rpom houses, 1 mile on 67 West, Ha/el Watkins, proved the charter 'July 28, 1945. Rio Treaty At Rio de Janeiro on Sept. 2 1947 the United . „_ States and most of its LutiivAmer- 16-3t icEii neiehbprs agreed on united Ido.fense by «U the American ni- the United States Britain France Australia New Zealand thu Philippines Pakistan Thailand. They agree to meet aggrcssicn as a "common danger" but only in accord with their "Constitution. SIX room house, 2 blocks of Uont- against-a^pressions. No moin- town, one block from Oglesby | j^ W0 uld have to use armed force school. Phone 7-2249, 7-3390. 16-3t " - •SMALL furnished apartment. Private bath. 514 E, Third. 17-tf £.Wr Service* Offered «aovay«n and Cobb Co. 819 ' Bepairs, Call Senate Western • European In London on Oct. S and in Paris on Oct. 2? 1954 nine nations the Unit- vithout* its consent. The alifucl Dec. 7 1947. . NATO — First suggested W 104'i it was approved by thu Senate July 21 1949. The members 14 io\v agree to go to one another's defense in pase of attack oa any oi them. The members are the United Stats Britain .Franc* Canada Italy »enm ar k Ire} and Norway Portugal Qrcece, Turkey ed States Britain France West Germany Italy Canadla Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg agreed that West Germany should be allowed to roaim regain her sovereignty Join a mill- tery alliance oi six West European countries and become the 15th member of NATO. ficials of the local truckers' union meet today os an investigation continues into a series of explosions that \MTcked a transfer company \vavchouse. Police Commissioner Claude Ar mour said he scheduled the con fercnce with representatives of Lo cal lid',' of the Highway 9 loca Motor Freight Employe* (AFL "Because wo want to iind out what they know about this thing." Lloyd Duvall, head of the trans for company, said his 55 employes most of them truck drivers do no belong to a union. "As far as I know my men an. happy and don't want to join E uhion" he said. "I don't know o n'ny attempts having been made t organize may plant, but I've hear, some talk." Armour said yesterday that th Sunday morning explosions wer deliberately set by an "expert." Spain In Madiid on Sept 26 195S the United Stales and Spain Belgium the Netherlands and Lux- rigned a 80 year apieemont under which Spain would let the United The four warehoxise, blasts wr-2cki!cl t h ripped the tractor from four semi-trucks and :;tarte a fire t,hat swept S nearby three Uoiy building. Armour said police believe th explosive was dynamite. Six persons were injured ,?eriou,s Carter Favored to Regain Title By BOB MYERS SAN FRANCISCO, W) cal Jimmy Carter steps nfi tonight favored to ragain the ,o live up to because Rote anc Walker are coming the all-ttime greats of SMU and Southwest Con lerence football. Fights Last Night l. By The Associated Press Salt Lake City —Rex Layne 300 Salt Lake City awarded decision over Bill Boatman, 182, Longview, Wash. Boatsman disqualified in 7th round Sacramento Calif —Joey Lopes, 135, Sacramento, stopped Tommy Manois 134 Los Angeles 6. • New Orleans Lawrence Armstead, 134, New Orleans, knocked out Killer Jackson 132'/i New Oi leans 5. Mcchanl into the worH lightweight championship from Brooklyn's Paddy DeMarco. the young man who relieved him of the title 10 months ago. The setting for the loround en counter between' the top two 135 pounders in the nation is the spa- -ious Cow Palace in South San 'rancisco. The contest, a replay of an up et registered by the 26 year old 3 addy in N^w Ytork last March 5, vill be televised coast to coast by CBS. RADAR 'NABS' DRIVER MEMPHIS, Tenn., (UP) Po What kind of dog do the most eople like? Well, no one really knows cx- ctly. For every time some one reed becomes extremely popular nd it appears that it is the prolo- vpe of tho clog most people want ome other breed moves in and oses out Hie leader. There are certain characteris- es that everyone wants in f. clog. ,oyalty and devotion arc two. And ortunately most clogs can supply icse in abundance. But there are certain physical haracterislics that, on the aver- ge, appeal to more people. And ortunately they are by no moans onfined to any one bred. A recent survey mad 3 by a Chi- ice reported today a radar devid installed to discourage speeding in a school zone netted T. E. Hild brand. He was driving the schoo us. cago polling firm nost people like 'nerve" in dogs, in element of Most want their disclosed that cateness" and And many like "puppy ishness' 1 dogs to appeal ight-hearted and happy perhaps .hey feel there is enough trouble in the world among people and :hat it is up to our canine friends o dispel the gloom. Albcrl Stachle, whose Americar Weekly covers of Butch. Ihe e.tern ally puppyish cockur, have made him one of the best known niv best loved dogs in America always, shows him romping or playing. And the manufacturers of Pare clog food who have just redesignec their label now feature a dog tha has gaiety and spirit in every liiv because they believe it will t more appealng on the grocer' shelf. But docs this mean that th bloodhound and bulldog are becom ing less popular Not by a Ion On the contrary they av admirers' akes all kinds of clogs, as wol s people, to make; a world. Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT LESLIE TERRY, ET AL PLAINTIFFS VS. SAM TERRY, ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The defendants, Sam Terry, Estelle Terry, W. D. Terry, Mary Terry, Lela Terry Brure and Annie Terry Bruce, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs herein. WITNESS My hand and seal as Clerk of this Court on this 16 day of November, 1954. GARRETT WILLIS Clerk Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8 Yoii seem to be in so much better humor these last few paydays. Pet! Did I get a raise?" 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