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•9) HOPE SfAR, HOPf, ARKANSAS Be Hit! ICON'S JEWELRY Tlrj^^iiii ii •' • •' '-' - T '••-- Bt^MNWbttH0ttliKbaUAM«vdi ALLIANCES evferyday needs* (SON CO. MM»«*Ta Shop lULLbOXEft WORK find Portd-OlgQlna- Call TO&UCKETT W. rtK"'- Phone 7^794 de rant the heart of little girl — WESTERN AUTO lA&SOCIATE STORE MATTRESSES I o'r'Mkdtf lft$'-lnnan»rlii| CLASSIFIED Ad« Mast fie ifc Office Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES w All Want Ad« af» bUydbWljl advance but ads will bt accepted ever «S* Wlephoft* and occomodo- %£ oTAunt. afiewed with th« u£ diTsfonding the , account Is payabte when stattrnent Is rendered, dumber On* Thhji vSl* On* M Words Day Day* Days Month HI? i I a a •6 to 30 90 1.80 3.00 9.00 i? to 35 I OS 2.10 3.50 10.50 6 tS 40 I 20 2.40 4.00 2.00 {? S 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 t« to 50 1.50 3.00 5.00 16.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tfM* 76c per Inch 3 time « *0c per Inch 6 times 50e per Inch (totes quoted above are tor consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- dote ads Vrill take the one-day rat*. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted uhtll 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to re|*ct any objeclionabl* advertising submitted Initials of on* or mor* letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as on* word. Th* Hope Star will not ba resporv slble for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Services Offered MATTRESS fenovatiott and Inner- gprinf work. Cobb Mattress Co. S10 South Washington. Phone 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus- torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOR water Well service, any size or depth, See or Clark, Gale, Ark, Write O. T. 19-tf DOWNTOWN parking — $1 per week, $3 per month. See clerk at Hotel Henry. Phone 7-3491 1-0 Help Wonted SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope business Permanent job. Requirements: Male, In 20's, with military ser vice behind him, high schoo graduate or better. Tell abou yourself in letter in own hand writing. Write: Opportunity X P. O. Box 98, Hope. Ark. 27-t Hope Star On* "Day 8ervlo« — • DAVIS r. & M0tt««i C». Elm Street Pnone 7-8Z1I •^•-m— • i ' ' fN WESTERN SHARES ^Diversified Income Fund frospectu* available from . S'. BATES Star ef Hope U9»j Press 1*27 Consolidated January U, 1*2* UNMARRIED lady, 30-40, for gooc general office position in Corpu Christi, Texas. Should be goo typist. Give reference and whe: available. Write Box N, Hope Star. 29-6t HopeCagers Win Two From Spring Hill Hope basketball teams defeated i pair from Spring Hill last night n the local gymnasium. The local girls team led by Bur ey Allen with 19 and Pat Rogers with 11, scored a 43 to 19 victory over the Spring Hill ladies. In .he second contest the Bobcats downed Spring Hill 72 to 42. R. Mitchell tossed in 25 points fo_- Hope.and R. Hollis 19. Published every weekday afternoon by STAR ' PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer,: President Alex; H. Washburn, S.cy-Tr**. at The Star Building 112-14 Sauth Walnut Stt**t Hop*, Arkaniai AIM. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor J*ss M. Doris, Advertising Managei George W. Hoimer, Moch. Suet. Wanted RIDE to Red River Arsenal, day shift, Phone 819FI13, Prescott, Collect.' 29-3t CLEAN COTXON RAGS. NO overalls, curtains, or silks. Hope Star. Strayed Entered as second clan matter •! Hie Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, •nder the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Burton ef '; .Circulations CO. lie of City Limits West o^'Water Barrels for,8ale ne 7-4381 v Hope, Ark. ff'i *• ' ' . ___ bOAMI Subscription Rotes (payable In ad- ; vance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— . • , Per week .23 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- .85 „ 1.60 2.60 - 4.50 WHITE face heifer, 250-300 Ib., near DeAnn. Notify W. M. Tyrec, Route 3, Box 131, Hope. 29-3t Notice AM now taking orders for fresr coconut and jam cakes through December 20, for Christmas •Mrs. Milton Eason, Phone 7 4622. 30-0 Tech Player Tackles Team In to a Bowl By The Associated Press 1 • When a player tackles his team bond pa right into a bowl game, he dc- printed, serves some sort of special recog nition. And that's just what Larry Morris did for Georgia Tech to earn the title of Lineman of the V/cek. Morris, a smashing ?.02-pounc linebacker; who played fullback his freshman and sophomore years nd was converted to center this ear, wrecked the Georgia offense with his tackles Saturday. He set a Tech record by making 24 ackles. As a result, Georgia Tech queezcd out a 7-3 victory and took second place in the Southeastern Conference. Tech will play Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl. Ed Dan forth veteran Atlanta Journal writer, offered this comment on Morris: "I believe ho gave the greatest individual per Cormance against Georgia 1 have ever seen. Georgia couldn't seem to go anywhere that the b&ll carrier didn't run into Morris." Two other linemen drew special commendations from sport: wrilers participating in the Associu ted Press poll. Jim Buonopane, ISO-pound Holy Bogus Bill Totaling $28,000 Found LITTLE ROCK W) About $28,000 in counterfeit $10 and $20 bills in a pillowcase was pulled yesterday from White River near De- Vails Bluff, Ark., in Prairie County. Roy Lewis, special Secret Sei-v ice agent at Little Rock who led the expedition, said the bogti: bills were "not too deceptive. Anybody who looked twice could tell (hey were counterfeit." He added, however, that "Monoy is money tc most people, and they don't look twice.'' Three Memphis persons arc being held at Memphis ir connec lion with the manufactuic of jthe phony money. They are John M Wade, 28, Alma Yvonne Whitt,|30 ond Cecil Bailey Heath, 25. Wade led officers last week 1 to a bundle of counterfeit mohe> buried beneath six inches of leave: in the DeValls Bluff city park. The pillowcase, which vva found weighted to the bottom o .he river by a 30-pound block o concrete, also contained aluminum an v/er engraving plates, negative:; bond paper or. which bills Ploying Football for First Time In 14 Years Blevins Has a 4-Won,7-Loss Record Football came back to Blevins w j foUowe d High School this year after a laps. , £,| sc a / the H ornets again of fourteen years. To Coach R«s-| * rQad .ell Pierce Stephens it was the Wedriteiddy, Peeetttfeer 1, 1954 - ' Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas November 29, 1954. City Docket .'J Charles Cooper, Drinking intoxicating liquor in a public place, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Goldie Elliott, Geraldine Glee- horn, Disturbing peace, Forfeited Wednesday, Detemjb^r 1,1054 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS prescoU was victor , * TUrr, ,1-rtl.d ioUS a * ain ' 2G t0 12 ' bUt of a dream, started-. « w n i,,~- *, realization 'our years ago teaching in the Blevins High School. . aream, sia^u. - • Wo)ves g stand , when he began | ^ ^ ^ third ^^ Next week was Homecoming foi Coach Stephens took 19 boys, the Hornets and Mineral Spring* ne of whom had ever played spoiled >t soundly toy a 53 to 9 game of football and only 5 had score. Miss Barbara Horton was, over seen a game, and working crowned 1954 Homecoming Queen under impossible conditions, turn-1 and her maids were Miss Dar. *d out a team creditable to the lene Morton, and Miss Ginny Man- schbol and town. «|n«. Even the presence of thes* There was no equipment, no uni- three beautiful young ladies on forms and no playing field. A I the sidelines could not get the: Mi. small amount of equipment and.neral Springs boys mind off their uniforms were purchased: then business and they took home rest secured from Southern StaU everything but the kitchen sink and Arkansas A&M- a cow pas- Blevins played its 'best game of turo was' converted' into a gridi- the season against Foreman the Wa ddle, driver, Frank H McPike-j ron and the'blocks were beginning following week, and won their Jr ., Operating for hire with- $10.00 cash bond. Robert Epperson, Failure to yield right-of-way, Plea guilty fined $5.00. Robert Epperson, No driver's license, Plea guilty, fined $5.00. James Rivers, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. IP Eula C. Edwards, Speeding Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Elroy Brown, Resisting arrest. Tried, dismissed. Elroy Brown, Disturbing peace, Tried, dismissed. Calvin McPherson. prunkcnncss. Dismissed. State Docket Foster L. Stevenson and L. M. to fall into place. The boys practiced for 45 minu- fourth 12 to 0. The Hornets lost j out PSC authority, Foficitcd. their final game to the Lewisville $100.00 cash bond. On* month '., Three months.'. tlx months On* year All oth*r mall— On* month- Thr«* months tlx months ............. On* year H*fl A*V«rtl«lrn Builder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 IOHNSON f,j »/•' Office Supplies 7-2541 W Front St. 1.10 ,. 3,25 6.50 13.00 R*pr*»ntatlviit Arkoluas Dallies^ inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida., M«mphl§ 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas- •ank Bldg.v Dallcw 2, Texas; 3601 N.' Michigan Ave., Chicago I, III.; 60 E 42d St., New York 17, N. Y,; 1763 P*nob«cot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. M*mb*r of Th* Aiioclatcd Pr*n: Th* Associated Press is'entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of all the local news printed in this newspaper,, as well as oil AP news dispatches. ' ' YOUR child is in danger when trespassing on the property o others cutting Christmas Trees 1-6 Lost BLACK Engish bull calf, 4 months old, weighing about 250 Ib. Strayed from farm near Emmet. If found notify C. D, Ward, Ward's Radiator Shop, Hope. 30-3t Cross guard, was on the losing side against Boston College bu stood cut by getting in on nearlj every tackle his team made. • Chick Donaldson, West Virginia' 217-pound center who once was a 118-pound high school waterboy did :a terrific lintebacking job against Virginia and i^ali/.ed every lineman's dream of scoring a touchdown. Then he .kicked the extra point. Double Bill on Fight Card Tonight CLEVELAND UP Bo Ian d La Starza and Rocky Castellani, a pair of handsome boxers with lost •hampionship bids' in their memoirs, meet two powerful sluggers onight on the Cleveland News' an- rmsl Toyshop boxing card. La Starza, of New York, once the top-ranked heavyweight contender, will be opening a come jack drive in a 10-rounder against a crude but hard-hitting ooponent, Charlie Norkus, of Port Washington, N. Y. That bout will be televised from the Cleveland Arena by CBS-TV at 10 p. m. EST. Cleveland's CaslcHani, like La .Starza a fancy boxer, meets Moses CNo ClincKT" Ward, of Detroit, another middleweight 1wr counts more on punching power than footwork skill. That fight ,also is scheduled for 10 rounds. tes durin'p their P E. period, and Red Devils toy a score of 21 to 6. j oe K. Gibbs, Operating motor HIOSP that could get back to the Blevins' lone score came on "a vehicle for hire without PSC auth-' school at night attended black-i 65 yard punt return by Arthur Wll- ority, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond board sessions in the Gym becau«' Us through the entire Red Devil 50.00 of same suspended, the playing field had no lights. The team. This game Hornets took on the Gurdon Go-! School football tor Devils in the season opener and, seniors: name out on the short end of ended Hlgb eight Blevins The experienced La S1ar?.a 'was a 3-2 favorite over the wild-swing'- ing Norkus, Cnstellani was favored over Ward, 9-5. I.a Starza has been out of action since he lost a close one to F.ng GOLD case pocket watch, 23 jewel, five position, lost in Little Missouri bottoms, South of Highway 67. Liberal reward, 923 East Second St., Phone 7-5805. 30-6t fop's Service AND USED GLASS ,,, INSTALLED SHEW AND USED PARTS • cars, sec u§ beforo (TOP) PORTER "For Complete Part* and *l- Service fpr »w Holland Balers lid Ford Tractors Phone or Writ* m Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark, , 882, 689 & 1140-R Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF Employment Offered (Male or Female) HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest In South . Arkansas. Call 7-550^ lor our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sale OPENINGS in Classified and Display Advertising Departments. Those with previous Sales experience or Journalism'' training will be given preference. High School education r and typing required, Salary and Commission plan, Car allowance and Employee benefits. Apply in person or write Advertising Department, Texarkana Gazette and Daily News. 30-3t Tulsa Coach, Staff Are Paid Off TULSA. Okla. '.ff) Head foot ball Coach Bernie Witucki and his four-man staff were paid in full Layaway Open on TRIKES - BIKES - DOLLS , and Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. TERMITES CURRY'S irmite Control Co. SIQNDIP . INSURED • aUARANTIED 25i YOUNG laying hens in production. White rock and Rhode ' '., Rt. 1, The Negro Community •y Helen Turner Phone 7-6*30 Or bring Item* to Nile* Turner. •t Hloke Funeral Horn* and dismissed yesterday' by the University of Tulsa which just completed its most dismal season in 69 years. •• ' Witucki's 3-year contract reportedly calling for $10,50(' nnnual- iy was due to expire afer next season. His, assistants' one-year contracts were to run out at the end of this month. Dr. C. I Pontius, university president, said the school would con tinue with a full sports program including football He disclosed the faculty athletic committee has met to discuss a replacemen for Wi- ucki, who took over from coach J O. (Buddy) Brothers Feb. 1953. It was indicated the new coaoh would have a free hand at select- land's Don Cockcll in London last March 3. In 19513 La Starza was stopped in 11 rounds in a title fight with champion Rocky Marciano. Castellani, the No. 3 contender, was outpointed by middleweight champion Bobo OJson in San Fran-; ci.-eo last September, but not too impressively. Castellani sent Olson to the floor once in that battle and later hit the canvas himself, but he was carrying the fight t the champion at the finish; Franchise Is Chief Topic of Minors 20-0 score. This game served as a guinea pig for the Blevins boys, literally showing them what the game was aU about. Undoubtedly, the Hornets learned a lot in their first tussle, for next week, they went to Murfreesboro and racked up their first victory by 31 to \1. The Hornets traveled to Dierks next to battle the conference leaders and the Outlaws showed why they' were leading the conference. Bobby Quinn and Company started on their scoring spree, and when the smoke had cleared away, Blc- vins had tasted defeat, again 49 to 12, The Stephen men came home for their next game, entertaining the Prescott Curly Wolves. For a while it looked like a victorj for the Hornets, up to the final gun, "but a Wolves' pass spelled disaster and Blevins lost 23 to 19. The Hempstead County lads stayed home for their next encounter with a return game against Mur. froesboro's Rattlers. The Hornets played heads up football all the way and won their second game of the season, 21 io 18. The boys were still victory minded as they journeyed to Horatio the next week. The Hornets stune and the Lions roared, but dynamite comes in small packiv Wayland Bryson, Donald Worthy, Don Stone, Jack Lloyd, Henry Zumwalt, Jappy Barber, Eugen» Spicer and Jimmie Phillips. Cheerleaders for the Were: Nell Jean Bonds, HorneU Jo Beth ges, and the Blevins Gridironex-s won. 20 to 13. That win gave th« boys a 500 per cent average In siif games. ' Next came the Stamps Yellow- iackets, and a 39 to 1 loss for the Hornets. A return match with the Nolen, Bobbie Nell Phillips, Audria Por'terlfield, Wanda Portpr< field and Ginny Manning. Scoring honors for the Hornets went to Wayland Bryson Blevins' hard charging Fullback. He racked up twelve touchdowns and three extra points for a grand total of 75 points. Bruce Smith, the Hornets pass-catctoing end was -next with three touchdowns and two extra points for a total of 20, Bruce also caught 53 passes for 825 yards Donald Worthy and Arthur Willi. scored two touchdowns each am Jappy Barber, Norman Hugg and Jack Lloyd one T. D. The Hornet won 4 and lost 7 for the season and scored 142 points to 274 fox their opponents. Plans are underway to build'" playing field worthy of its player and to install electric lights fo night games. Bleachers will als be built to adequately seat a spectators next season. ' Coac Stephens had this to say in sum ming up the football season, "Con sidering everything, I think we had a very good season. Even though the boys were inexperienced, and sometimes outweighed • and out- manned, they never gave up. They displayed team spirit and clean sportsmanship. throughout the entire football season, and when each contest was over, it wasn't' the score that mattered to them, but "How They Played The Game." Stewart Coach Industries, Inc., nd Donald Avery, Driver, F. L. urner, Operating for hire with- ut PSC authority, Forfeited $100.- cash bond. ^ Pearl Newton, Drunkenness, FOJJT cited $10.00 cash bond. Chas. L. Gray, Speeding, Forfeiti d $5.00 cash bond. Calvin McPherson, Mary Mav- garet Lindsey, Illegal cohabitation* Tried, fined $25.00. Edward Harris, Passing in a yellow zone, Forfeited $5.00 cash >ond. Fred Eugene Kiser, Improper jassing on Highway, Forfeited $5.)0 cash bond. A Helen Green, Guy Adams, RoB? bery, Examination waived-Hcld to Srand Jury; bond fixed at $2,000. 00. W. L. Lewis, dba Modern Furniture & Appliance Co., and C. L. Roberts, driver, Operating fur hire without PSC authority under improper lease agreement. Tried, dismissed. Camden Furniture Co., (C. L. Roberts, Driver). 'Lessee-Shipper being party to improper leasJT agreement, Tried .Dismissed. Civil Docket Pete Martin vs. Charley Jones, Action on account for $28.02. Tried, judgment for Plaintiff for$28.02. By ED FITE HOUTON, Tex. (UP) Fran SPORTS .By OAYLE TALBOT. ing his own aides. Tulsa, a member of the Mis- The Friendship Club will meet 4. 27-6t'at. the home of'Mrs. Nettie Hill. Inipcctlgn C«l) P, MIPDi-EBROOKS Phon* Night BEAUTIFUL new home, 5 rooms, The Texarkana Spiritual Har- large lot, Margaret Street, $200 monizers will give a musical pro- cash. Monthly payments. T. N.' gram at Rising Star Baptist church, 29-3t Sunday, December 5, sponsored by (the junior choir, The public is in- ' _ 11 _ _i Belew, Phone 7-4308. 1047 JEEP, 4 wheel drive, heater, | yited( goo,d top, Phone 7-5858. 30-3t LIONEL electric train, track jTjountfid on plywood. 26 inch Schwinn Bicycle, Several gas heating stoves. Contact Norman Moore. 30-3-t BOIS 'D ARC posts. See or write J, M,. Walker, Blevins, Ark. l-6t SEE US FOR YOUR ITQ&TRUCK REPAIRS expert mechanic? .experience to re* c<3r Qr * rw?k< a Complete ' souri Valley Conference, had won only three games of 21 played the past two years. It lost all 11 this past season. After the arinouncGment of his release Witucki said in an interview: For R«nt FOUR ropm furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. Mrs, Ann a Judson, 220 N. Elm. 10.U FURNISHED apartment. 4 rooms and bath, $35. % block from City Hail. Adults only. Phone 7-2153. 22-U FURNISHED 3 room apartment, private,j»all» t . 419 S. Elm, Phone NEWLY decorated 3 room furnished apartment at Pecan Grove. See Elmer Murph or phone 73471. 29-flt 7-3138. 20-3t Pass Defense One Key to Hog Success By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLE (/P) — There us-ed to be a saying in football that u team couldn't win consistently without a passing sttack, A look at the games statistics .or Southwest Conference teems indicates that a team can't win without a pass defense. A brcadk-down of the statistics shows that the Arkansas Razor- aacks, champions of the seven- team conference, finished last in average rushing yardage per 'I'm not leaving the university with any animosity whatsoever. It was unfortunate wo had to work under conditions such as they were, namely insufficient rcholar- ships and inadequate finances t') bring in the type i-nd number of boys to olay the schedule such as the University of Tulsa had. "If an. endowment fund is not forthcoming the University of Tulsa should become a municipal school and be cared for by taxa- , - coached at South Bend and Evansvillc, Ind., hign schools and helped dirnct (he Chica"o Rockets of the old All-American Football Pro Conference for one season. He came to Tulsa as Brother's assistant in 1949. chisc problems • v/cre c;till (he big news aro:md the minor league convention side rooms today although the convention proper centered its attention of the final day of the draft involving the little minors. Focal point of the franchise (•witcberoo talk was Omaha, the ambitious Nebraska metropolis that is waging a prolonged battle to jump from tho Class A Western League to the Class AAA Western League, in the bid for the association franchise vacated when Kansas City moved into the American League, but still is holding out hope that the St. Louis Cardinals will come to the rescue. The draft took the some of the edge off the franchise battle yesterday as clubs in the four top minor league classifications open AAA, AA and A laid out $123,750 for 31 players. Today, the Class B and C lea- NEW YORK (/P) On Oct. 3., the day the world caved in on Cleveland finally and completely, a baseball writer who had followed the fortunes of the Indians all season sat in the gloom of Municipal Stadium and took it hard. Only once in the course of setting down the glory details of what the Giants had done to his herds did his face 'brighten for a moment. "Come to think of it," he said 'I guess there's one man in this town who feels worse at this n-.u- ment than our valiant general manager, Hank Greenberg. I imagine that Paul Brown is off somewhere quietly cutting his throat." He referred, of course, to the coach of the Cleveland football Doctors Pants Blood Spotted, Says Analyst By H. D. QUIGG CLEVELAND, O., (UP) Dr. Samuel H. Shpepard's wristwalch and the trousers he wore on the morning of his wife's murder bore blood stains containing factors known to hnve been in Marilyn Sheppard's blood, a medical technologist testified today. Mary E. Coy/an, for 15 ! / 2 years the top blood analyst in the coun- Ex-Convict Kills Girl, Is a Suicide HARRISBURG, W) A ?,9-yenrf{> eld ex-convict shot a farm girl to death near .hero this morning, then look his own life, a deputy sheriff said. Deputy Sherriff Burl Barnctt of Harrisburg identified the dead as Charles Fred Noe and Clara Roberts, 19. He said the double shooting occurred at the home of the girl's mother, Mrs. Rosa Roberts, about halfway between here and Jonesboro, Ark. Barnett said Mrs. Roberts ang ( ether members cf tbfi family told him that Noe barged in the house about 5:30 'his moriing and firocl one blast from a shotgun at the Roberts, girl while she was lying in bed. The witnesses told the officer that Hoc then turned the gun on himself. His body was found in the kitchen. Barnett quoted the girls ra.'alWL-s as saying Noe met the Roberts girl in Arizona. They said he cam* to her mother's home last night and asked her to leave with'him. The deputy sheriff said identification papers on Noe's body showed he wr.s recently released from an Oklahoma Peniicr.liary. tion." Witucki hod gues get their chance to select some promising talent during the morning and then a delayed draft during the afternoon will give those clubs which lost players in the main draft a chance to recuperate Chances appeared good that Omaha would eventually get its wish, but whether suce'ss would frown the campaign before the convention closes Friday remained a moot question, \vith the..answe.r tied up in a multitude of problems. Browns, who had seen a near-sell- ^.™™^^ e ^^ C t% out crowd of at least 75,000 go down the drain. Seomjs that the; 'professionals', somehow losing track of time, had booked a game at the stadium for that Saturday evening between the Browns and tae team which defeated them for the National League title last year, the Detroit Lions. The struggle loomed as perhaps the greatest natural of the I league's Iseason, with much impor- FIVE room house for rent. Rede co-rated and new roof. ?hpne 7 game; game last jr. total offense per But, the Razorbacks, winners of eight of 10 games, were a strong third in passing 'and stopd first in pass defense. Arkansas aYeragqd only 158.5 yards per game rushing, and 4358, 30-3t 1 246 per game in total offense for 10 games. The leader in both I 7 . *-._ . j*. _____ IMT^XI^^.J:,.! THREE room furnished, apart- |partments, Southern Methodist, had ment. private bath, Utilities paid. 323? yards rushing and 333-3 total Niqht By The A$sociat«d Press Miami Beach, Fla Aariy Mayfield, 163, Miami, outpointed Billy Kilgore, lS4'/s>, Miami, 10. Seattle Eddie Cotton, Id9, Seattle outpointed Murray Bennett, 108, Chicago, 8. Chicago Marty Marshall, 179', 3 Detroit, knocked out Bob Satter- fieid, 183, Chicago, 2. an average 0^250.4 yards for each game, while Arkansas allowed its foes to run up an average of 879-8 yards in each contest. The Razorbacks picked up an average of 87.5 yards a game pass- Basketball By The Associated Press , St. Benedicts Kan. 78, William Jewell 73' • ... Arizona State Flag/staff 90, Grand Canyon Ariz 46 * South'Dakota 66, Omaha 37 North Dakota State 68, Concordia Minn. 64 Southeast Okla 90, Arkansas Col- tant money involved. Then the Indians won their pennant, and Commissioner Ford Fric! promptly ordered the footballers to stay far away from Municipal Stadium on the first weekend in Octo her. Not being blessed with occull powers, the baseball boss did no' forsee the four-game collapse ol the Injuns. Now it was only mid afternoon and the huge arene was to be an empty tomb not .only thai night but all of the lowing day Sunday. But don't S°.-§w a y uriUl you hear what happens nextTThe game the football juggernauts did not pla> Oct. 3 was rescheduled for Dec. 1! Jn the meantime, the Browns hav< clinched the championship of th Eastern Division of the league am the Lions have done likewise in the Western half. This means, natural ly, that they will clash Dec. 26 in the annual, traditional playoff for the championship of the entire Phone 7-8?05, 1-tf .pffen.se for only nine games. The Razorbaclts also allowed to Rent their opoonents to run up an aver*W »»*W» (-_„ -« ana vnrds rushing ill each Legal Notice hat she found human hairs in the sockets of his soiled khaki trousers that were compatible with hair rom the head of the slain woman. The left pocket of those trousers rom which the four hairs were akcn was found to be stained with ilood when <he trousers were turned inside out. Miss Cowan, 47, a precise tech- licinn in a dark blue and black sports hat, was the 27th witness in the State's attempt to send Dr. iheppard-30, to the-electric chair. ACCOMMODATING JANESVILLE, Wis., (UP ) The Parker Pen Co. has lowered all its bulletin boards three 'riches, to accommodate its 229 employes who w.ear bifocal eye glasses. lego 62 Buffalo Univ 80 NY Tchrs 62, Toronto Erskine 89, Atlantic Christian 83 Western Carolina 96, Lincoln Me- State 74, Southern .82B yard? rushiAg in ................ __ ing, trailing only Baylor with 106-6 and SMU with 101-1. And the Porkers held ttieir opponents to an overage gain in the air of only 53.8 yards per game. SMV- th e U!tt<J<jr or pfter' 4fpartrrientSj .... ... • • Tp. ,«IVM ug m$ jwfe loUo tne^oPiSfiiilao'8 fiaesj 91 Sacramento Oregon 65. Boston 118, Milwaukee 99 New York 95, Philadelphia overtime league, coast to coast. As one may readily sec, the Browns and the Lions thus are going to be playing each other practically all winter, exclusively for the benefit of Cleveland funs in Municipal" Stadium, The original error- in not avoiding the dates and probable sites of the World Series has been compounded clear out oi sight. 1< Wayne 92, Minneapolis 90. to 670,000 gal- WHY NASHVILLE, Tenn (UP) Jus lice of tho Peace Clay E- Smith yesterday flaed three men $?5 STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds, Farm Buildings and Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost. CALL... PR 7-4683 for complete information, DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT LESLIE TERRY, ET AL _ PLAINTIFF! • 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 Clerk of this Court on this 16 da' of November, 1954. GARRETT WILLIS Clerk Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8 APPLES SPECIAL FLORIDA ORANGES 3 DPI:. $1.00 CAGE EGGS 9 w ^^f V^fl» fl^^j^^H^^L, 1 Madness in the Spring By Elnoro Dennisfon Copyright 1954 by Ellnore Dennlston Distributed by NEA Servfce By ELINORE DENNISTON XXXIII Crain was puzzled, but he had learned long ago to conceal uncertainty. "This brought you back to New York?" "In a way. What I'm after is someone to sponsor a telecast of the Grand Opening, with Philip Kirby acting as M.C. With his pub- hcily and current popularity we'd Kiave the wliole country watching thut show. But that's just part of a bigger picture, of course. I've toon thinking a lot about a new television program based on American folklore, using the opening of Dead Man's Gulch as the first shot of Ihe campaign." 'American folklore," Crain said thoughtfully. Greg pushed aside his coffee cup and leaned forward. He was so bsorbed in his idea tnat he WHS •only vaguely conscious of Crain •'Look," he sa;d eagerly, "no one is really soiling America these days. It's a tremendous field with excitement and glamor." Crain studied him with more interest than he had ever displayed. "Who's idea is this?" "Partly mine," Greg said. "Partly a guy who's traveling with us, fellow with a real flair for soiling." ity "You know," Crain said unexpectedly. "In a lot of ways jou t-rc quite changed." On the contrary, it was Crain who had changed. There was nothing particularly forbidding about him; just a harmless, cautious guy trying to make a buck, Greg thought. | "This 'man Daggett" Crain pushed back his chair and lifted his liqueur glass absently, set it clown again"seems to neve made 'jKji'Jte tin impression on you." To his amazement Greg realized that Crain was a trifle jealous. His stepfather really minded that someone cl.se had so much influence on him. "I've learned a' lot from him,' Grey paid, and knew that it was true. "He's under standing and I don't know-mellow. I guess is as good a word as any." "Your mother has always £.grieved because we haven't always *J;it it off as well as we might.' Crcin turned his liqueur glas: without looking up. He was em barrasscd. "Another generation isn't easy to understand and some' times people conceal their poten tialitics. No hard feelings, I hope.' "None at all." "Whom arc you planning to see about this Jdoa of yours?" Greg look his time selecting ., cigcirct and he was enlertaineo when Horace Crain, for the first time m his life, hastened'to light it for him. "I don't like to be mysterious, tir, but I'm afraid I can't answer that. What with the most influen iial men in the state backing this Ihing; Wade Daggett's 'money be- lind it; the publicity value of Philip Kirby-aside from the fact that we've got something as American as doughnuts to sell-you can see A'hy I don't want to talk." Crain was drooling, "You may have something, Greg, • but you don't know business methods. Theie is a lot more involved than freth ideas. Ideas f.re a dime a dozen. You are inexperienced and you could lose everything you'v. got on this. I admit I am rather hurt that you didn't come to me for- advice." "My ideas haven't met with a lot of approval from you in the past," Greg said bluntly. , "For your mother's sake I'd like to see you get a break on this Ihing." Something in Greg's expression made him stop. "This is a business deal. No charity involved. If you %vaut to put in your bid that's fine with me. But there is no other basis for discussion." "That iy hardly a friendly spirit." "Sorry. Actually, I don't feel. ;:t all unfriendly." Greg was surprised to discover that this was true. Teleg ram to W ade Daggett, Dead Man's Gulch, North Dakota; CRAIN BUYING THE PROGRAM AND TECHNICIANS ON THEIR WAY STOP KIRBY HIRED AS MC AND RUPERT AS WHAT HAVEYOU (STOP CRANS COMING OUT FOR GRAND OPENING STOP SO ARE PRESS PHOTOGRAPHER STOP PUT IN CASH REGISTER YOU'RE GOING TO NEED IT OPERATION FOLKLORE IS IN THE BAG. Daggett read the telegram aloud to Kirby, Rupert and Hannah. Then he leaned back on his pil- ]ov/s and laughed. Rupert sat look ing at the open door of heaven. Kirby danced Hannah 1he length of the bedroom and ther. led her outside. "Now that I'm on tlic payroll :;gain, I've got something to say to you." His puckish fcce was more sober than -:hc had ever seen it. "I want to marry you, Hannah. I can give you an interesting life with a lot of glamor in it, if you want glamor; and plenty of do- mesticity.if that's what you want. I'd do my best." Tentatively his arms went around her. "You're the sweetest thing I ever saw and I love you very much." Hannah slipped out of his cm- brace and for a moment the ra- ciance in her face misled him. "Thank you," she began and Kirby's impud-jnt nose wrinkled with amusement. "You're welcome," he assured her. "I mean t hank you for telling me you love me. It's a great deal to know a man can love me." "How about you? ' Milland Finds Little Time for Movies By WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK Wl Ray Milland finds television has interfered with his movie career in one way he sometimes must turn down roles because he's too busy film- ng his video show Otherwise he says "it hasn't iurt rny picture career" Milland whose last, movie was 'Dial M for Murder" will resume iis movie work in late March He's scheduled to do one for Warner Brothers and to direct and act in one for Republic "The movies used to take people Tom the stage; now they lake them from televisic'n" he declares Now in his second yeas on the air, Milland likes TV much bet- tes than a • year ago* One eason is that sincn he's become accustomed to it "things come much easie" But the mou important season is that his role as a drama protestor in a coed college is mere to his liking than that of last season as a girls' instructor always involved in ridicul- IOUE situations "Last year was kind of painful" he admitted on a recent trip here from Hollywood where the pro gram is produied "This year it's almost pleasant" This year he's Professor Mc- NuJty and the title is simply the Ray Milland Show Last year he was Professor McNutley and the rhow was entitled Meet Mr Mc- Nolty The corrent phow is as much an improvement over last season's as the change from McNutley to McNulty would indicate. It's mo're believable and more in keeping with the very literate Milland's talent for subtle wit It's a refreshing change from the burlesque of. last year although part of the effect is lost because of the overly loud laughter for some of the milder humor that would rate only a smile at bei't Wally Cox as the shy Mr. Peepers gives the impression of being none too husky but anyone who tried to push him around might come in for a surprise Tony Randall Wallys friend off- fcreer. as well as his pal Harvoy Weskitt on the show- reports that Cox is quite an athlete with a physique that would make most men envious and keeps himself in top condition She shook her head. "I can't FhUip. I can't.' 1 "Is it Seaver?" She nodded. Kirby studied her face.. ....''I would," he said bitterly, "pick out a girl who doesn't want me. At least if you ever change your mind, I'll be waiting." (To Be Continued; *f* Come in and see the New Mercury and Cast Your Vote for 'MISS MERCURY OF 1955". 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