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Friday, November 19, 1$S4 HGPt If Al» HOPI, AftRAMSAl HOP! STAR, HO PI, ARKANSAS 8LONDIE If Oitek OtAftt IRI DISPLAY " < fa rcllaws Tailor Shop * CLASSIFIED A&i Musi Be In Office Cay £ef6te - " " - - 1 AD RATES ' Ad* o« JS&y&lsto If acH Will b« 6cc*i>titd f«phw* ESSES dli-thto Innerwlna Guaranteed MattrciiC.. et Phoni,7-821Z ,* v , ly'tc.«t^ West itertBarrels for Sale . >u' UU*<'-' i i «J* * * o P)iPORTER actoUhf » pflyablt ttdtement I* rendered. ^ §H* thf«* Six On» If Ww* Bay Dayi 0<yt Mortth Jo to 18 .45 .90 t.SO 4.50 # » M ISO 1.20 |.00 6.00 '1 fo 25 .75 1.50 2,50 7.50 >6 to '30 .90 1.80 300 9.00 il '« 33 IDS 2.10 3 50 10.50 '« to 40 120 2.40 400 12.00 I? Jo 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 li f« 50 1.50 3.00 .5.00 15.00 dLASSlPlED DISPLAY I t:m< ...................... ?5e pet Inch 3 tlm« ........................ «0e per neh « lirftdJ ... ................. 50c per Inch Rotes quoted above ore tor con- »«cutive .nsertlotis. Irregular or sklp- 'JatH ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified ' 'rtislno copy will be accepted untl, v p. n. fdr BUblication lh« fbllowliig day, The publishers reserve the right to f*v!se or edit all adverflsementi Offered for publication and to re|ert any oblecttonabl* advertlslnq submitted Initial* of one or mnr* letten, OfJups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star Will not be respon- tlble for errors in Want Ads unleil errors ore called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Instructions CLASSES Itf tap, adrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 fi. 14th. rtiotte 7-3321 22-1 mo. For Sate or Rent TWO Business buildings ort Frotlt Street, next to Pool hall. If hv terented, contact A. SV Williarris, 300 Bi, 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-SB80 or 22-6600. 19-1 Mo. Services Offered MATTBESS tenovatlon and tone*, spring work Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2822. ; Mar. 4-tf FOR PLUMBING Repairs, Call Theo Long, 7r3407. 15-1 Mo. RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3301 10-1 Mo'. Guernsey Cogers fo Entertain Cale Guernsey will be host to a has- cetball fiame with Cale Friday night in the first "home game of the season.' The Cale boys Have played several contests since opening 15. All buses will run. FOR Water well service, any size or depth, see or Clark, Cale, Ark. write O.' T. 19-tf Hope Star Star of Hope 1899) Pre» 1*27 Consolidated January 18, 1*2* Published every weekday afternoon by STAft PUBLISHING CO. ' C. E. Palmer, President Abx. H. Washburn, Seey-TrM, at Tho Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Street < Hope, Arkaniai Alex. H^ Washburn, Editor 8. PubfUbmr Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor jess M. Dovi«, Advertising Managw George W. Hosmcr, Meeh. Supt. Richards Is Confident OverTrade we BALTIMORE . W"I" think can now be automatically considered first-division challengers.' ' Baylor, SMU Game Crucia! OneforSWC By The Associated Pres Baylor's hard-finishing Golden Bears make their last bid fo: Southwest Conference f o o t b n 1 glory Saturday as they try to knock Southern Methodist from the lead and the Cotton Bowl. SMU, wary of a foe that it hasn't been able to boat since 194tf. faces ihe Bear challenge at Dallas in the big game of tho week. Thi? Methodists can stay in. .the 1 race for the bowl cash with no more than a tie but in that case Would hr.vc to share tho championship with Arkansas, which already has .finished With five victories and c no , loss. Thfit is, if SMU won its remaining game with Texas Christian . next week. A defeat for SMU would hcran its elimination since it has a tie on Jts record. Biiy.lor can tie Arkansas for the championship by whipping South- Only Prestige at Stake in LSU, Hog Game SHREVEPORT, La. (Al The Arkansas Razcrbacks, still smarting from thrir first loss f;t the 1954 football season, ruled today as two-touchdown favorites to post their eighth victory of the year whcii they meet Louisiana State here Satiuday afternoon. An eight-game Razorbrck winning streaki starling with Iho final game of the 1953 season, ended at Fayetteville last Saturday when Southern fttelhodist trimmed the Porkers 21-14. With nothing but prestige at stake this weekend, the Razorbacks will be attempting to erase some of the tarnish on their repu- That's confident Paul .Richards' ern Methodist Saturday and Rice Entered os second elosi matter «t Hi* Post Office at Hope, Arkaniai, under the Act of March 3, 1197. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates (payable In advance): By carrier In Hope and neighboring town»— Per \yeek •.•-•?3 Per year 13.00 By mall In , Hempstaad, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- HBJ— ' ™ One month '5 Three months - l-oO Six months 2.60 On* year > - 4.50 All other mall— On* month J.JO , Three rnonths t 3.25 ,Slx months • *-s° On* v*ar 13.00 Hnfl AdvertNIno Representatlveii Artamsas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn f ; 505 Texas Bank BldQ., Dallas,2, Texas: 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., NeW York 17, N. Y.: 1763 P«pobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, ° k Member-of The Aitoclated Preis: rhe Associated Presi Is entitled exclusively to the uss for republlcatlon of all tho local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches, apprafsal K of "the . million-dollar he pulled , with the.. New York Yankees yesterday. "As far as, Im, concerned, this puts ys in business," the Oriolo manager-general .manager 'said before he left for Chicago, where he hopes to do srme more swapping. The -big,-deal . brrusht veteran outfielder Gene Wpodling, short- ptop Willie., Miranda and catcher Hal Smith to Baltimore along with r.itchers Harry Byrd and Jim McDonald, first baseman-catdier- Gas Tirandos arid three others to be named, later. For"-.'these 'nine Yankees, Richards had to pay dearly-some fans think too dearly by ' pas sing to New York young Bob Tin-ley, firo- balling strikeout kin of 'the Arneri- can L'eague,; hard-luck pitcher Don Larseh; and colorful Billy Hunter, \vho made the near impossible plays at shorlrtop but misred the easy ones.' Richards, who admitted it was "tough . . .to trade-off a guy like Turley, who could be a great pitcher," said there was no way ! 'of improving the Orioles without putting the 24-year-old pitcher in the deal. speedball the following Saturday. With so much at stake, Baylor and Southern 'Methodist will be playing this one from the floor and it's fitting that the league's 1-2 offensive learns should hook up in i'uch an important Rame. Two mere contests arc scheduled in the conference but neither means much. Rico and Texas Christian with no hope of even gaining a piece of Die litle, get together a:' Houston, Arkansas goes to Shrevo- port to battle Louisiana State in an intersectional game. Arkansas will be hoping for ai SMU defeat • and driving hard against LSU in an effort to a least stay in the bowl picture The Ra'dorbacks think they have a gopc chance of playing in the Sugar Bowl if they strike out in the Cot ton Bowl. • Crowds totaling over 120,000 wil ECi the three games with 50,000 o more at Dallas, 40,000 at Housto and better than 30,000 at Shreve pott. 1 The odds favor Southern Met! odist, Rice tnd ' Arkansas to «wi but SMU and Baylor, are figure mighty close the .way the ba bounces could decide this .one. Eac Funeral Directors OAKCEEST FUNERAL HOME 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF INSURANCE AMBULANCE •'Frankly, you're--not going, to win the pennant with'one ballplayer like Turley." He said acquisition of the Yankee si.xrome "might put us two years ahead on our farm system.' He thinks the trade already gives, the : Jirds a team he could field if he had to that would be 'better than .ho ope that, closed the past >eason, in seventh place, with 100 defeats. HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas. Call 7-6505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sale THREE registered Guernsey bull calves from high producing dams David McKee, Route 4, Hope. (Old Blevins Road), 13-6t Layawoy Open on TRIKES - BIKES - DOLLS and Mqny Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY, FINEST Johnson grass h'ay at barn 3 miles northeast of Emmet. team has -a- blistering ground a tack and atelling aerial game. Big man of Southern .Method!: is a pounding halfback name Frank. Eidom but he's net muc more dangerous with the ball tha Baylor's L. G. UuPre, Keymen the passer, and Billy Hcoper Baylor, who ranks'No. 2." Bolh ai gifted quarterbacks. Rice and Texas Christian tation. On the basis of past perform- anccss. there appears to be little doubt that Arkansas can handle LSU with case. Arkansas how has a 7-1 rec'.-rd for this season, while SU has won only three games gainst six losses. The Louisiana crew apparently .cks the defensive strength to v np the swift Arkansas attack, led y Tailback Goorge -Walkeiy.who as improved his performance with very game, and Fullback Henry looi-e, second leading- rusher , of no Southwest Conference with • a 2 average per carry. -. . • • : Neil her team will b? at .top hysical strength for the. nonrcon- erencc game, which is .sure to raw a sell-out arqwd! to .Shrevc- prt's State Fair Stadium. Arkansas Coach Bowden Wyatt aid today that starting Tackle Jim }oth will not bo able to play bo- ause of a knee injury. He will be eplaced in th(T starting lineup by unior Bill Fuller, 'a 205-pounder vho has alternated this! season vith the first and second Porker :nits. LSU Coach Gaynell Tincley says our of his players^probably won't .ee action. They are Tackle Gary Dildy, Guard Enos Parker. 'Tackle James Lavin rnd Quarterback Mathew urns. " ; ' '. . "•• The injured Tigers have forced Tinsley to juggle his lineup, .moving __ Bobcats Go to Pre^cbW for Hope fiobcais ' journey, to Pres- C6tt tonight 'for,- ah anriual contest, With the Prescott Curley Wolves. the kickoff is set for 8 o'clock. This series is perhaps the old- f>st In this section as the Bobcats and Wolves were battling It out "way .back when." And despite the odds the contest usually Is a hard fought one. Both teams arc in the losing side this season. The Wolves hold a couple of victories, but have lost to such teams as Gurclon, Ashdown, Nashville. Dierks. Bearden and Stamps. • Hope's record Is not much better but the BobcatF are highly favored to win this one, due mainly to the opposition each has played. The band and a number of local fans will accompany the team Into the Wolves' den. !!| K. STAND BACK. DEAR. \ " ' WANT TO LOOK AT Y THIS SALE OF <r--S I GLASSWARE J WITH THE FIFTY PERCENT DISCOUNT, THAT WILL BE EIGHTEEN DOLLARS DONT BE UNHAPPX DEAR THINK OF THE BARGAIN YOU GOT Common Couples Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Adam and IM MOURNING—With his head Dowed in griel, a Labrartoi dog keeps a vigilw: the side of a puppy killed by an automobile on « y near La Crosse, Wis. The older dog remained-at the of his companion until the .police removed the body. SPORTS ROUNDUP .By QAYLE TALBOT. Quarterback AI Doggett to left halfback, and placing 'Win Turner at quarterback-. ' : '. While neither team .has nothing \o lose but the game, • the schools lave been bitter .rivals for' rnor-D than a quarter of- a century.' In 34 previous meetings, LSU has won 19 "gamps to -12 for -Arkansas. There have been three ties. ' ; This year, Arkansas has 'conquered Tulsa. Texas. 1 '-Christian, Baylor, Texas, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and Rice while losing to SMU. . ' ' : LSU Holds victories over -Texas Tech, Florida and Chattanooga, i>nd has lost to Texas; Alabama, Kentucky, Georgia Te.ch. Ole Miss and Mississippi State. . Comparative scores who , that Arkansas whipped Texas '20-7 and Ole Miss 6-0; while Texas defeated LSU 20-6 and Ole Miss turned back the Tigers 21-6. '.''.,- . . . Coach Wyatt says he will start 'Ted Souter and Jerry McFadden NEW YORK. (M'here was .talk just . the other. day of hiking the membership of . the , American League .to 1C .teams. This turns out' to have been .the wildest kind of -rumor mongering. What tho men who hold. the. fortunes of the younger circuit dear to their hearts really had in mind .was to reduce their roster to seven clubs. This is the only conclusion we' have been able to reach after digesting the remarkable deal which deprives the Baltimore Orioles of practically all their big-league athletes and transfers them to the New York Yankees, so that the Yankees .will not face the ignominy, of .finishing, second again next season. If the reader, should gather froln the Aforegoing that his corner thinks Paul: Richards, Baltimore? general manager and guiding genius, was given a fast shuffle by George Weiss, the cne-man brain trufci'i'of the Yankees, he is getting warm'. The .feeling here, actually, is 'pne" of incredulity. The Yankees, in .exchange for Brooks, Moore Make Sectional Team of INS nothing -they needed, arc in receipt of two of. tht> most highly regarded young pitchers in baseball tcday; Bob Turley and Don Larse.n, plus, a shortstop who more than -likely will resolve all . their worries ' about .Phil Rizzuto's fast- fading talents, Billy Hunter. Those Walter Bailee, RFD, presqott. Two Games in Spotlight in AlCPIqy By The .Associated Press The attention of- Arkansas foot ball fans -will focus 'on' two vital games in the-Arkansas'Intercolle- giate Conference 1 this, weekend, when-the .title .hopes of two teams hang in 1h<3 balance. Both Arkansas Tech and South crn State must win. this week to keep alive th^ir Championship aspirations. Tech, now leading the conference with four victories against a lono defeat, meets The College of the are high-scoring outfits and mightj.^ m&& . E(J ,}. e Bradford and Fu}"!* |l J " a " ni ;. tr ! 1C lt? 0 )!;. a ,. .°"^ f er at tackles; Wryland, Roberts down affair, but the. feature of this contest will be a duel between Dicky Moegle, Rice's All-America candidate who has rolled up 079 yards this season,' arid Jim Swink, the smashing TCU sophomore who han gained 548. Lost 15-3t Ozurks at Clarksville. Ozarks is out, of the title convention, hut the rapidly - improving Mountaineers hold a triumph over defending GREEN Parakeet with touches of champion A&M _ yellow. Very tame. Named Southern stays at home m Mag, Pete." Reward offered. Susan "olia to play Ouachita. which had conference Oun- Davis, 410 South Walker, Phone been regarded as a Prospect 7-2554. 18-3t n-eaksister until last . * V ... chita. lost six straight games before TWO 8-month old Beagle pups ast Saturday and then set the near Red Lake. Notify William powusful AM crew. Foster, Lewisville, Ark, 16-3t If Tech gets by Oznrks, tho _____ __ Wonder Boys will be assured .of ONE male hound, blue tick, Weight at east a t j e for the champion- tp re- pr trucK, eprnpl^te f0r oil car? is 75 or 80 ib. No. 11282. 2 years old. Phone 3226 or 210 North Her yey. C. O. Ellis. Southern must whip Oiiachita For Rent 18-3t this week and Arkansas A&M on Thank,sgiving' Day' to gain a tie for the crown. A loss by either Tech or Southern could ru.se them HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post.cXit of the race, hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bar-1 A&M los es- of two conference gain House and Pawn Shop, 205.tilts, could gain a -tie for the title $3. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo.jif Ozr.rks should beat T«ch and IA&M could defeat Southern. Henderson, another AIC team, defeated Northeastern State 6-0 in a non-conference meeting at Tahlequah, Okla. last night. Henderson used a superior passing attack to down the Oklflhomans. NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 23-tt FOUR room furnished apartment, Electric refrigerator, Garage. NO .USlxl „« »*• „ A i j ftnrt VHVIV IU UUVVfl . WIV •' Wf**pl*wi**«»*o. chjldren. Mrs. Anna Judson, ?20 q uarterback Qene Lewis passed 35 ' "' to end Harold Tilley early W frroom houses. 1 mile on oW''^ *°.',KA rter *" the Av ' fl7 WPBt t>7 west, Walklns watkins. ,„„. 1BMfl l;anS9S 18-jt[ Arkansas State Teachers in SIX a oom house, 2 blocks p{'another non-qoiifederate clash to\vn, one block from Qfilesby meets Little Jutijnr. Pollege at Lit school. Phone 7-2249, 7-3380. 16-3t, tle Rock Saturday. .„___._,_.— __—— ""."' -r Independent AA'kansa? state SMALL furnished apartment. Prl-'journey t« 1'e«as to meet " vate bath, 5}4 E, Third. i7'«,Christian on Sflturd^y, Durocher Is Good, Jack Benny Booms By WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK UP!"H ow'd you like that Leo Durocher? Wasn't ho great?" That was Jack Benny as he flow into New 'York frrm Hollywood, .still enthusing over the appearance on his show of the New York Giants manager in a baseball skit In it—Durocher repeated some of his now famous performances from the playing field, where h's acting reputation already is firmly established, "I think Leo would make- a fim actor,' Benny said. "I think it. he wanted to quit baseball and start playing character parts, he'd ilo very well. "And that Beans Roardon is another sood one who woulc! make a good actor," st-id Benny of Ihe retired National League umpire who also took part in,the Sunday night how, The show was in keeping with Jenny's increasing change of pace n which he relies less pn.old trado marks such as his Maxwell, his tinginess and his famous violin He will change pace again on his lext telecast Nov. 2f! "in which I'l do my own life story.' The comedy vill develop from his attempts to cast actors in the voles cf people xe. has beep closely associated with n his long career. Benny came here for an appear nnce in a Sunday night half-hou guest show oil CBS-TVs Sunday flight Theater.'Ho' will play "Ton Jones" a waiter whose face is sc rdinary no one is able to remem ber him. The NCAA college 'football tele oasts this :season have been pretty and Bud Brooks at guards.; Jerry Ford at center; .Preston Carpenter. &t blocking back; Joe Thomason at wingback; Walker, at tailback; and Moore at.'fullback. '.,-.: .... Probable LSU starters are: John Wood and Joe Tuminello 'at ; ends Lou Deutschmann ! an d Sid,Fournet at tackles; Ted Paris i»nti Robert Ziegler at guards; Larry Jones at center; Turner at quarteiback; Doggett at left halfbnclc; Vincent Gonzales at 'right halfback; ami O. K. Fergusbn at fullback. were the players .the . Bombers nc'edeq . to beat Cleveland next year,: and they got them in one swoop. The Indians' acquisition of Ralph • Kiner two days previously bccprnes almost meaningless by c'orope.rison. ' 'No baseball man wo havp talked to doubts that Turley is destined to be • one of the game's great pitchers. He' throws the smallest ball; as Casey. Stengel describes it, Of any man in the business today. Some think he is about an fast as Bob-Feller was in his prime, an-'l his feat of leading the losgue in strikecuts the past term pretty well bears this out. Larsen is not quite as hot a customer, but he's hot enough. Hunter who was the Texas Lea- gue's'most valuable player in 1952, is , a fielder ;of' genuine class, and you may look for him to. blossom into a star at the Stadium. By LEN SAFFIR DALLAS, Tex. (INS) A versatile backfield with plenty of running power and top-flight passing i.kill features the 1P54 International News Service Southwestern all- sectional football team announced today. Four teams Arkansas, Southern Methodist, Baylor and Rice each landed two spots on the first team and hogged most of the honors on the second" eleven. 'Texas Christian, Texas • and ..Texaf' A&M, each placed one man on Ihe first squad. • , Baylor and SMU, in the. thick of ihe 1954 Southwest Conference c-hampionship race, placed throe men apiefce on the second squad while the Porkers landed two. TCU beat out Rire 2-1 . on the second team pirks. The first team ball-handling com bine has powerful Henry Moore oi Arkansas at fullback, pass wizard Billy Hooper of Baylor at quarterback and slipper Halfbacks Bocjcqw Wins Series With Laneburg •Results of basketball games played November 17, at the Bodcaw gym. between Laneburg and BocU caW High- School: •• . Bodcaw junior girls defeated -the Laneburg junior girls by a scbre of. 30 to 19. . • . Bodcaw senior girls were defeated by' the 'Laneburg senior girls by 2- points. The score was 36 to 34. Bodcaw made a great comeback -in the last half of the game and almost overcame a 15 point deficit at half time. This showed good team work and effort. Bodcaw : senior boys defeated Laneburg senior boys by a score '-of 55 to 42. This game proved to the Bodcaw fans that eVery • pla- 'yer had the desire to win the game and did win by good team cooperation. British Queen Soils for Home NEW YORK Queen Mother Elizabeth of England sails today or home after a 22-day visit to he United States and Canada. She came to New York- by plane :rom Ottawa yesterday and' went mmediately to the liner Queen Mary. The Queein Mother, who spent five days touring Canada. Was greeted by a throng of admirers aoth .at La Guardia Field and at ihe ship's pier. ..Tp^one^and all ,sho smiled gra- , ciously, waved and called "good- by." : ft' .FURBISHED apartment, 4 roiprns, a»4 bath, $35, % block from City Hal}, Adults only. Phon^ 7r2jta8. mom miles west ' Basketball The ' VarH W. , t . disappointing in cwliber o games offered, but a, big on« come- UP tomorrow Ohio Slate vs. Mich Igan on ABC-TV at 1-25. The B{ Ten title and the Rose Bowl bi . Paul Winchel Jerry Mnnoney will be at stake und his dummy on nighttime TV, daytime show on NBC-TV 84 row £$ p«r£ of a pew " W9.ete 91 , fc --^X^^ui *.v. ( V>V- fSjUjviftlifi Frick Irked by Baseball Rule BOSTON (fP) Baseball Commis' ioner Ford Fi'ick it r»6t satisfied ith that part Of. baseball law hich allows a deal like the re- ene one in which Cleveland's ^meriuan League perinant winners cquircd Ralph Kiner from the Na- ional League's Chicago Cubs, Frick called it a "bad rule" vhen'a team like Cleveland can et a player from another league vithout the teams lower in the landings getting a crack at the ilayer first. Frick, speaking informally after delivering a prepared speech at Northeastern University, added hat the rule is "in the books and egal" but added he would like tho ublic to understand it. Fights Lost Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia —Gil Turner, Philadelphia, stopped Charley Scot 145%, Philadelphia, 8. Omaha — Joe Miceli, 153, New York, and Bob Stecher, 159, Pittsburgh drew 10. •-. New York Sunnyside Garden — Ririzi Nocero, 1594, Brooklyn, out- pointed Torrimy Dixon, 155V&, New York, 8 Frank. Eidom of SMU and Dicky Meagle of — Rice. These four players have ac counted for 2/>9J 'yards so far this season. Hooper has eaten up most ground 725, both passing and running while .Moegle is tops in rushing with 679. Supporting the number one back field, is a forward : wall, fast anc mobile and averaging "an even 20 pounds. Across the line-front end to en the INS all-sectional reads: Ray B erry , SMU; Bud Brooks, Arkansas; Kenny Paul, Rico; Johnny Tatum, Texas, Hugh Pitts, TCU, James Rry Smith, Baylor and Bennie Sinclair Texas A&M., Smith and Tatum were , INS first tearh selections last year.. , .Brocks, .a guard on offense, was moved to tackle .for his defensive prowess and Pitts, a center on the attacking squad, was witched to his defensive position of "iloating guard."' Admittedly many top drawycr players had to be dropped to the second team cr left off entirely. However there is little to chouse between the first and second teams. Dunne Nutt, SMU quartcrbac?5, Legal Notice No. 7688 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Wallace T.' Fulton Plaintiff vs. ... •/'... • • . ;. Pattie Fulton Defendant : WARNING ORDER The defendant, Pattie Fulton, is warned to appear in .this court within'thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Wallace T. Fulton. • Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 17th day of November 1954. Garrett Willis, Clerk.. (SEAL) W. &. Atkins, Solicitor for Plaintiff John P. Vesey, Attorney Ad Litem Nov. 19, 20, .Dec. 3, 10 . ' Legal Notice Patterson Chpice to Beat Slade NEW YORK I/PI Floyd Patter son, the precocious, ight heavyweight contender, NLR Beats Porks of Texarkana By TOM DYGARD Of The Associated Press Looking at the standings instead of the oddsmakers, there is a chance that the Big Sever, football race will close out in a three-way dead heat. North Little Rock's Wildcats put their fourth conference triumph into, the books at North Little Rock last night, losing Texarkana 7-C a 7-5 choice to beat ring'Wise Jimmy Slade in an important eight-rounder at Madison Square Garden tonight. The winner of this short test might wind up as the- next title opponent for 175-pound cliampion Arrhie Moore. NBC will broadcast and telecast the bout at 10 p.m., EST. in drab tug-of'-war football game js that was crammed with fumbles and intercepted passes. HOSPITAMTY 'ARREST' PALMETTO, FJa., <UP> Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sullivan were arrested yesterday for driving through a red. light. The Gary, Ind., couple was ed when Judge Robert Marshal sentenced them to Uuvch and dinner tit local restaurants, flowers from a florist shop, a bos pf candy, car wash night's lodging and a eon- ducted tour of the tQwn-hilJ at the city's expense. It w«§ fixe'first $• the i M Ipr Probe Continues Into Bribe Report NEW YORK -!/PI Two days bed fore he stopped Carmine Fiore in (he 7th round in Madison Square Garden on Oct. 29, Vince Martinez i ejected $?0,000 to throw the fight. The 25-yp*r..o]d Pateraon, N. J. youth, 7th-vanked weltei weight gonterider, confirmed the bribe attempt ye&terdey after the story was published in Sports Illustrated, a weekly sports rnaga?.ine. McCarthy's Elbow |§ Not Broken WASHINGTON W) The Bethesda Center said today an fracture of Sen. Me got the nod over Texas A&M's Elwood Kettler to led the.second team tackfield. He is joined by Sophomore George Walker of Arkansas and Del Shofner of Baylor at tha halfbacks-and Hal O'Brien of SMU at .full. Men like Preston Carpenter, Arkansas; L. :G. Dupie, Baylor and Ronald Clainkscale, TC -U deservs honorable mention in the backfield while Mnernen rating recognitjona are Buck Lansford, Texas; Marshall Crawford, Rice and Doyle Nix, SMU. The first and second teams follow: First Team Billy Hooper, Baylor, QB Frank Eidom, SMU, HB Dicky Moegle, Rice, HB Henry Moore, Arkansas. FB Johnny Tatum, Texas, C Hugh Pitts, TCU Kenny Paul, Rice, G James Ray Smith, Baylor T Bud Brooks, Arkansas, T Bennie Sinclair, Texas AM, E Ray Berry, SMU, E. Second Team: Duane Nutt, SMU, QB George Walker, Arkansas, HB Dsl Shofner, Baylrr, HB Hal O'Brien, SMU FB Don Wilson, Rice, C Clarence Dierking, Baylor, G Wayland Roberts, Arkansas, G Forrest Gregg, SMU, T Ray Hill, TCU, T H'enry Gremminger, Baylor, E Johnny Crouch, TCU, E, IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS. W. B. NELSON AND WILLIAM H. ETTER PLAINTIFFS VS. No. 7684 . MARTHA ANN JOHNSON DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The .defendant, Martha Ann John- ;pn, is warned to appear in this -ourt within thirty days and answer • he complaint of the plaintiffs, W. 3. Nelson and William H. Etter. : WITNESS my hand as Clerk, and he seal of said Court, this 11 day of November, 1954.- Garrett Willis Clerk (SEAL) Veisenberger & Wilson Attorneys for Plaintiffs Talbot Feild, Jr., Guardian Ad Literri F. C. Crow, Attorney Ad Litem Nov. 12,-19, 26, Dec. 3 n,Q i- 0ftrjhy'$ jpWuU! %.,* }f^,->_i._^'u \V. O. C. D. Stock, the hospital's officer of the that the day. far a? we know J4pc»rii»y i^e -MWittf Legal Notice NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ThaHn pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the order of the Probate Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on November JO, 1954, in the matter of the estate of W. G. McMullen, deceased, the undersigned, as administrator of the estate of said W. G. McMullen, deceased, will offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the front door or entrance to the Court House in the City of Hope, Hempi stead County, Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law fpr judicial s.ales, on Monday, the 6th day of Decepiber, 1954, the following described land situated in. Hempstead pounty, Arkansas, towit: ;•' •' ".-: ' : " ' The North thirty <3Q> apre? of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter SYW ol Section (?7), Township Ten (101 Range Twenty-five _(§§i ! 4 Cain and - ; i 8 Hit or —*- j 12 Value (ab.) |13 Italian coin 2 Valley 3 and Essex 4 Straighten 5 Climbing stem 6 Ate away 7 Loose 8 Fashions • .« . ,» 9 Wading bird ,•14 Funeral notJcejo Magnitude ; 15 High priest 11 Let it stand j 16 Prevent rust 17 satiric 28 Slippery ilSRedistricted ^ open 29 Regrets . 20 Transplanted 23 Pay 31 Shade of red j'aiHail! 24 Chest rattle 33 Battle .laZLpve god ' 25 Leave out 38 Rockweed ;HOarme'ht. ,,•. 2'6..Weird.' . 40 Water lily, ;29Paradise .-27.Trifling-'' (var.) :27TfcrQUgh ., amounts , 41 Leg joints : 32 Enviro'nrfient ;34Stretchef 13.5 Frozen ; I ., pendant 36 Anglo-Saxon .letter 37 Fissure 39 Ayes an 40 Stead 41 Lock and 42 Greek city 45 Ask ad vice 49 Painful (two ; words) 51 Bprn 52 Unfasten 53 Fired:clay, 54 Uncle.Tom arid Little • 55 Eras. 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