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Irregular or •Update ads will take the one-day rat*. , All 'dally classified advertising copy >-,«lll Be accepted until 5 p. m. for > publication the following day. • The publisher! reserve the rloht to fevtce fir edit bit advertisement! of- fared' fan publication and to relect "On/« objectionable advertldfta iub» i '• Initial! of enl or more lett«r», i groups Of figures such as house or telephone numbers fount at one word, -.The Hope Star will not be responsible for .errors in Want Ad§ unles* errors are called to our attention offer FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then far ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. ;PMON6t PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sole APPLIANCES • Toasters * Mixers ' • Waffle If/ofis * Steam and Travel Irons. » Electric Blankets. • Everything In G-E Dcfrmeyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. Are Mentioned — (ff) the honorable mention list of the 1954 All-Amt!r- Ica football lea. selected by the 'Associated Press included: Carl. Rllis ? on Oklahoma Lame, Oklahoma A & M Sikes. Wichita. Tackles ;Alvin Porthey. Bog Neil SEE Mrs, O..J. Downing for fancy) S en *. ers ~ J l^ 1 home, made Christmas candy. Phone 7-3183 208 Bonner. ; 7-6t Missouri; .Ron Nery, Kansas State: Dale Meinert and Leland Kendall. Oklahoma A&M. Gua.rds Ra Iph Charles Bryaht, Nebraska, Ralph Dcnton, Wichita; Bp Bollinger. Oklahoma. ' Help Wonted SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope business. Permanent job. Requirements: Male, in-ISO's, with military service behind him, high school graduate Or better. Tell about yourself .In letter in own hand- Writing. Write: Opportunity X, t. 0. Box 98, Hppe. Ark. 27'U Earl Lunsford, Oklahoma A & M; Buddy Lcake and Gene Calame, Oklahoma; Corky Taylor,-Kansa.; State; .Bob Smith, ; Nebraska Henry Moore and Preston Carpen- tdr, Arkansas; Jack Conway and Jim Sippy, Wichita; Vic Eaton, Missouri; and Max Burkett, Iowa State. • . . . WAITRESS, bus boy, dish washer, and' cooki Apply 118 E. 3rd, between the hours of 10 a. m. and Hope Star Star of Hop* lift; Pr«i 1*27 Coniolldottd January U, 1*2* ^ PublWied every weekday afternoon bf ; . . 5 STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. I. Palmer, President ' Alex. H. Wothburn, Secy-TM, at Tile Sfar Building 112-14 South Walnut Street '- Hope, Arkankat, Ale*. H. Veihburn, Editor ft Publlibar Poul:H. Jonef, K Monaglng Editor )en M. Davit, Advortltlng Manage* Ceorge W. Hoimor, Meeh. Supt. 6. p. m. 8-3t THREE small kid saddles Mrs. Graydon Anthony, Phone T-5550. 8-3t Lost BILLFOLD near Owen'.s Store,.contains driver's license and pictures. Notify Mrs. Paul Dudncy, Washington, Ark. 6-3t BLACK and white hound' near Spring Hill. Reward. Contact D. L.; Arnold, Spring Hill Road, Brooks Selected to AP's Team of Ail-Americans FAYETTEVILLE, Wl The se- to the Associated Press' All-Arheri- tp th eAsscciatcd Press' All-America football team wrote r, climhx tb one of the rr.ost brilliant; careers in University of Ai.kansas Blevins Downs Bodcats 70-67 in Fast Game The senior boys of Blevins High School served notice last night that they will be hard to handle by edging the favored Hope Bobcats 70 to 67 in a slanvbang game for this early in the season. Blevins outscored' Hope in the final quarter for victory. The contest was a close one all the way. Each team . scored 20 points in the opening quarter and 14 each in the second to go into the half all tied at 34 points, The Bobcats held a one point edge at the end of three, 52 to 51 but Blevins tallied 19 points to Hope's 15 in the final quarter and that was the ball game. Mitchell was . the big gun for Hope and high pointer of the game With 29 followed by Hollis With 14 and Russell with 10. Spicer led Blevins scorers with 26 and Bry son tossed in 19. The Hope Juniors . easily defeated the Blevins youngsters 77 to 23 with Larry Bruce-tossing In 28 and- Tommy Polk 22 points. Porks Preparing for Cotton Bowl FAYETTEVILLE </P) — Arkansas' Razorbaeks end a iO'day holiday from football prrdice to- 033', when, they start Work for their date -.vith Georgia Tech i n the Cotton Bowl. It will be ire fifst workout for the- Southwest Conference champions, who ended the season with eight victories against only two do feats, since Nov. 27. Coadh Bowden Wyatt balled the rest after Arkansas closed out its sesson v/ith a 19-0 victory over Houston. He said at the time that the team was "worn out'.' from -its rugged schedule. SPORfSTOUNDUP tAYLt TAUdT. NEW YORK (/n "It seems to me," observed our companion in •the aisle seal, "that all I have been reading about out tfiere in Australia is trouble. The fans are ir.ad at Lewis Hoad bcctuse he's tired of tennis and lor.fing. the papers are riding Harry Hopman because he got Haacl tired, and everybody is" ' sore because our payers ride around in cars and eat three squares a day while Ihfir boys have to live like bums Debate Centers on Attack on Ike WASHINGTON, (UP) Political debate centered todhy on a charge ihat Democratic Party leaders "are delerminod to undercut President Eisenhower in evciry possible way. The charge was made by Repub- National Chairman Leonard swered criticisms ol Route 1. 6-3t FERN SHARES JENT : Phone Intered a* second clou matter et MM Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, •ndtr the.Act of March >, 1(97. "Meailxr of the Audit •i/reai ef Circulations BILLFOLD at Basket Factory Friday, with printed name 'Mrs. Derrvil Sparks." Return to Hope Star. 7-3t Real Estate for Sale had! a good" night and downed the .Ble- vin3 ladies 71 to-49. Berlie Allen led Hope scorers with 29 and Sh'ir- ley McBay made 27 while Blevins' Long led her team with 29. Arkansas Picked Surprise Team of the Nation By HUGH FULLERTON Jr NEW YORK Iff} — Looking back r.t their own pre-season 'forecasts, the nation's football . exports <le- "J^V^ ^ItTpresidenrby Paul Butler new ly-clected chairman of the Democratic National Executive committee Butler had said that Mr. El- tonhower lacks the capacity to t Subscription Rates (poyoblt In ad, i vanct); •r carrltr In Hope and rralahborlng , towni— . NT WMk! i.25 P«f year 13.00 By moll In Hempstrad, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller coun- 85 _ 1.60 2.60 ..„.. 4.50! On* month ............ - Three month* < llx monthf On* year All other mall- One month , Three months f MX «• iDOnTni •»••*•**•*< f One ytor *..,.,„,**(*•*• »ly Co. 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 , .,_.. 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Main St. PR 7-4691 6-3t Funeral Directors $250 CASH and small monthly payments will let you spend Christmas in a beautiful new home on Mockingbird .Lane. Call T. N. Belew, OWner. . 8-3t OAKQBEST, FUNERAL HOME . . AMBULANCE) HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 "* . . AD-l Mo, TF ,HERN1?QN CORNELIUS * BURIAL ASSOCIATION . Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas, Call 7-6805 for pur agents ' A23-1 Mo. For Rent FOUR roprn furnished apartment. . Electric refrjgera.tor, Garage. No children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 220 The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or brlnq Items to MlH Turner at Hlcki Funeral Horn* There will be a fish try at the gridiron history, Brokos was named to 'the AP's iirst team at Guard His selection rounded out a long list cf • honors for the' big senior, who has won a place on every major all-star grid- iron'team of the se'ason '. The All-American linesman playing only his second year as a college . guard, -sparked Arkansas to an 8-2 -season and the Southwest Conference championship Coach , Bowden Wyatt, who has siaid that Brooks is "all that a coach could ask in a lineman," fince remarked that Arkansas had a good line if Brooks was-playing, but only a "so-so" forward wall when-he was on the bench Brooks packs 200 pounds o* his big-boned frame, and can mova that weight around about as fast as r any .college player He's been clocked in 10.3 for the 100-yard dash Brooks won his first job at Arkansas on defense, as pn end, and £Js a defensive player he has few peers But, the guard's outstanding contribution to Arkansas' sue- dess »this yoar -has been his phe- nominal blocking ;; .•'••• ' Because of .his exceptional- speed, Brooks has no trouble in pulling out from his guard position to lead interference for the fastest of Arkansas' backs In fact, Wyatt once said that Brooks only trouble if he'has one was that he often ran pff and lef tthe-ball carrier trailing too bar .behind . - • Brooks' most glamorous block came against another All-American, the great Rice halfback, Dicky Moegle Moegle is known for his ability as ; a defensvie player, but he was laid low by Brooks to pave the wfcy^fqr one Arkansas touchdown in the • Rp.zorbacks 28-15 victory over Rice , Two other men who contributed greatly -to the successful Arkansas Basketball By The Associated Press Holy Cross 85; Massachusetts 64 St John's (Bkn.) 83; Fail-field (Conn.- 56 North Carolina State 100; Wake Forest 81.' Virginia Military 83; Lynchburg 61 • Maryland 49; Duke 47'. ' Tennessee State 58; -Alabama today that the Arkansas team was the biggest surprise of the. campaign • Arkansas, was picked to finish lio .better than sixth in the Southwest Conference It was a . team loaded with sophomores and. even bach Bowden .Wyatt thought it •as at least a year away from 'inning ^anything important But the Porkers just couldn't ose for winning They plugged long with their single wing for- lation, an .unfamiliar style in their part of the country squaking ast Baylor by a point and 'throe (her rivals by a touchdown First Clemson 74; Georgia 72 . St. Louis 75; Texas. Christian 53 North Dakota 82; St. Cloud (Minn. 64 Western 'Reserve 76; -Toledo 55 Alabama 84; Bradley 65 University rtf Illinois (Chicago branch) 77; Illinois Tech 65 Hastings 73; St. Benedicts (Ka.n.) 56"";'' , . West Texas State 83; Gustayus Adolphus 65 -•, Maryviile State (Mb.) 69; Southwestern of Winfield' (Kan.) 67. W?Ehburn (Kan.) 83) Bnkei (Kan.) 79 . - - Oklahoma. Baptist 69; Shepard AFB 65 -'..-" . - ' . Mississippi State 72;;.'Soirtheas' Missour 165 ' '.» •••*$*>••", Midwestern (Tex. 69; Ooricordia (St; Lou'if) 57 ' • ' Rice 91; Lamar Tech 74 Texas "A'&M 88; St. Mary's (San Antbhio) 79 Utah 76; Hawaii 52 College of Idaho 81; Western Montana. 49 College of the Pacific 81; Fres no State 55 Rhode Island 96; Boston College 3r' ; ?' : -- .-' . .-- . Hfhdrix 66; Fort Smith JC 49 Lincoln University 108; Arkansa 72 . home of Mrs. Effie G. George Friday night, December 10. Sponsored by the,Missionary society. The public is invited. N. Elm. 10-tf The Alter Gift club of BeeBee THREE room furnished apartment, private bath, Utilities paid. Phone 7-2205., , 1-tf CLQSE-IN, 5 room house, garage and garden. Call Miss Lillie Middlebrooks 7-2894. 6-3t NINE, ropm hpuse, modern con- vienpes/ corner S. Main and '- ^rd'ij.SJ;,, Phqne 7-3246, 6-3t Memorial Church . will meet season,- blocking -Back Preston Carpenter and Kullback Henry Moore, won' honorable mention to the AP's All-America team • Carpenter, an excellent blocker, i is the team's leading pass receiver, and led every back in tha Southwest Conference in that de- By:" The''Associated Press Bostrn 95; Rochester 93 New York 97; Minneapolis 89 Syracuse 38I.Philadelphia 81 Fort Wayne 101, Milwaukee 85 what's all this got to do with our chances of winning the Davis Cup? Didn't both rur guys just get their ears pinned back in a tournament at .Melbourne? Is Tony Trabert ever soing to be a real good tennis player, or did ho leave it in the Navy?" Hold on, we said, and let's take up the matter end at a time. First, they're always agitated about someti ng con nected w:th tennis in that country. It's their big sport, and everything about it is multiplied by 10 on their front pages. Don't let all this talk of inner strife ptt you confused, we advised. They will be ready and able when the Challenge Round begins at Sydney Doc. 27. As for our chances of winning the cun back, we said, your guess is just as good as the next man's. What it amounts to is that the Aussics have two pretty good tennis players in Kan Rosewall and Lewis Hoad ar.d we also have a pair of similar calioer in Trabevt r-rd Vic Seixas. All four of them pro rank ir.-and-oulcrs, es their records show, and to try to pre diet what any one of them will do in the final showdow mvould be a waste of time. The Aussie .Youngsters kept tne cup last year because they were able to trim Seix;)s in both his singles matches and because Hoad lead and unite either the American eople or hlo own parly. ning they knew, they wore listed ight up with the big boys What's more, they stayed there • Even though they lost two games, Arkansas finished as conference hampion and Cotton Bowl entry nd took'tenth place in the final Associated Press poll This was listed as the season's biggest —surprise by.. 54 of 99 sports vriters and broadcasters who rc- uriied replies to this question in he annual Associated Press postseason football questionnaire Three ethers split their votes between Ar- ;ansas and other .teams and four jsted. the Porkers second. Ten writers thought it most surprising- that Ohio State, disregarded in ihe pre-season national ratings-and given little thought'in the Big Ten selections, finished . unbeaten to earn the conference championship and the Rose Bowl bid Ten .others put the flop of th2 proved just - a little better than Trabeit in a -thrilling decider. We won the doubles. It could go tha way again as easy as not, bu don't count on it not with tha foursome in action. Illinois team at the top of the is n> Th. horno partment. He finished third in the lonE trailin nfMrT 7,HIP Tnn^ nt 4 «, m Tu^B™ in P 3SS "captionE, trailing of Mrs. Zadie Jones at 4 p. m. All thr £ e df £ He , also prov ably was members please be present, ., the tenrn - s best linebacker. ' -'Moore possibly was Arkansas' greatest- offensive threat. The 190- I'.ound junior from Little Rock possesses both great speed and brute power. Arid, he too, made a name for himself as a blocker and QS a defensive halfback. Mrs." Milton .Green left Tuesday night for Phoenix, Ariz., on a business trip, i.^^ Yule Party Bethel A. M. E, Church, Hope, was the scene of the Annual Coun- UHFURWISHED 5 room duplex 1% ty Christmas party, Saturday, De- blocks from town. Call 7-3329. | cember 4, that has usually been 6-3t sponsored by the Home • I stration Club council. Demon- 4356, 7:3t QQMPLETELY furnished 5 room) The Christmas tree was beaut- bpus'e with sleeping porch. 503 ifully decorated with green, red, Wajkpr Street. Leo Robins ^ 7- white and assorted colored lights. Mrs. Arietta Scott, county council president, presided. The program, previously arrariged by the program pommittee, lyas" carried put in keeping with the yuletide season, Special number were ad- Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner- work Cobb Mattress Co. "Brooks played some guard high school jn where he also raised ey ebrc w dc partment Tl:o Illinois co-champions of the Big Ten a year ago failed to come up with a'line to clear the way for Caroline and the other backs wno has been 1953 sensations As a result, Illinois won only one of its nine games Minnesota's change from a team with a 500 record in 1953, when it had one great star in Paul Giel, to an exciting outfit that won seven and lost only two without Gtel in 1954 drew 9'/ 2 voes and one honorable mention i The losers who surprised the experts were Alabama, Michigan State! Iowa, Texas and Pennsyl vpnia Tulsa (Will Rogers) 38; Fort Smith 34 Atlanta, Tex., 74, Texarkana 67 Star Teams as Picked by AP NEW YORK —The 1954 All- M»r. 4-tf re- W»»Wn«ton._ Phone ded by the little tots of the Langston, Wade, and Smith families and with a, special musicUl selection by Mr- Cotlr'elf Jones of the McCaskill community. The history of the Home Demonstration Council was read by Irene May, Clow corrjrnunity, RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus- slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. yOU mater well service, any size or' depth, see or write 0. T. Clark, Gale, Ark. played fullback. Wlien he first reported to Arkansas, the coaoh at that time Otis Douglas assigned him to the line. Brooks made the All-Southwest Conference team at defensive end as a sophomore. Last year Wyatt switched him to guard, and Brooks played well. However, his efforts were overshadowed by a pair of veteran stars, Tailback Lamar MeHan and Floyd Sagely, and as a result he wasn't mentioned when post-season honors were being passed f-round. This year, he again was named to the All-Southwest team. Moore also won a backfield berth on the all-conference squad, and Carpen- »»y Prospect t-9980. Notice AM npw takjng orders for fresh poconut and jam cakes. Mrs. Eason, Phone 7-4622. 8-3t Fights Last Night J9-U Newly elected historia'n for the en(suing year. A message of accom- ta^nks pumped out. Go phshments was heard from the time. Phone out-goin^ president. Mrs. Arietta Dec. 6-1 Mo. gcott. Installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Minerva P. I4n,dsey after which pictures were made by our County Agent, Mr. Walker Fleming, Jr., an4 a message was heard from Mrs. Amanda L. Johnson, president for the ensuing year. The H. D. Agent, Mrs. FaU'illa S. Smith, gave some very encouraging remarks to us. Gift exchange was_ conducted by the commjittee. "HI Clvrt> repejved the award largest club, attendance ft raeettof? during jjlve Blevins-Iroa Spr jn by the clubs to a special committee. Committees in charge wey* as follows; . ... Achievement Program Committee: Mrs. Pearline CheaWam, Mrs. Janie Wilson, jjfrs. Nicie Trotter, Mrs. Fannie 'Mixon, and Mrs Irene May. Gift Committee: Mrs- Alcola Wade, M rs - Leatha Lawson, Mrs. Adlania Cheatham, Mrs. Delijah Golston, Mrs. Reggie Tyree, Mrs. Classie Yerger, and Mrs. Amanda Jack§pn, Purchasing Committee: Mrs- Verdte Walker, Mrs. Rhoda Jones, Mrs. Georgia Witherspoon, and ,Mrs. Mary G. Reggans. Decoration Committee: Mrs/fcrlejla 9&ti> Nvi. J*u- eUa CoopR«, drew, 'Mrs-, Martha M Johnson, Mr Mrs. Queen America football team selected by the Associated Press: FIRST TEAM End — Ron Beagle, Navy, Covington, Ky. End Frank McDonald, Miami, Nutley, N. J. -Talkie— Jack Ellena, UCLA Su* sarjyill'e, Calif. Tackle Rex Boggan, Mississippi, Memphis, Tenn. Guard Bud Brooks, Arkansas, Wynne, Ark. Guard Ralph Chesnauskas, Army, Brockton. Mass. .Center Kurt Burris, Oklahoma, Muskogee, Okla. Back— Ralph Guglielm Notre Darne, Columbus, O. ^ack Howard Cassady, Ohio Sta.te, Columbus, O. Back — Dicky Moegle. Rice, Tay lor, Tex. Back Alan Ameche, Wisconsin Kenosha, Wis. SgCQNp TEAM End— Max Boydston,» Oklahoma EndBiH Walker, Maryland. Tackle Sid Fournet, LSU. Tackle James Ray Smith, Butler. Navy Plans a Razorback Company Chief Ray J. Alsobrook, Petty officer in charge, U. S. Navy Recruiting Station, Texarkana, Arkansas, announced today that the Navy Recruiting Service will enlist an all state recruit company to be kno\vri as 'the ; '"Arkansas Razorbaeks." This company will be enlisted v on December 17th. On the State Capitol ground with dignitaries of the State present. ' According to Chief Alsobrook's announcement, the company will be composed of 78 men who will be enlisted and will fly to San Diego, Calif., on the same day, to commence 9 weeks recruit training. TV Will Give Everybody ! a Chance ' By WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK M In these days of television says Herb Shriner, if a youngster has any talent at all ie'11 get his chance. In fact, he observes, a kid of 8 cr 8 can be an overnight sensation on TV "and become a has- boen before he ever was.** It wasn't like that in the old days according tn.th'e Hcoslc.r humorist. He says that in the vaudevilla era many talented performers were around for years without getting anywhere. "A lot of people are getting an cpporlunity now who'd never have gotten it then," he says. "You don't rtay around long undiscovered today." Shriner's Two for the Money broadcast simultaneously over CBS' radio and -TV networks and he's happy with the arrangement because "anybody who doesn't ave TV is bound to gel you on adio." In fact," he observes, "if tele- ifion had come along first a lot f people probably would have ,ved -about how wonderful radio *. because you can tune in a pro- ram without getting those unsight- pictures. 'Reminds me of some folks bacit ome who had the picture tube of icir set burn out, so they took it ut and put some nuts and fruit n the hole and used the set. like a adio just to listen." A new series of half-hour filmed ..rograms entitled "conquest ,£if the Air and telling the story of the ;rowth of the Air Force and of iviation will begin on CBS tele- 'ision in the fall of 19?5. The Air Force made, available o CBS more than 99 million feet of Hog Cagers Still Seek First Win FAYETTEVILLE, I/P The Arkansas Razo'rbacks, still looking 'or basketball victory NO. 1 , of his young cage season, journey oday to Oklahoma City, where hey will meet the poweiful Oklahoma City University team tonight. Arkansas lost it's first two games, falling 74-68 ot Northewest Louisiana in the opener and 72-65 to the Phillips 06 Oliers. Coach Glen Hose, hampered by ihe loss of five lettermen, h:is been playing most of 1he men on his squad in an attempt to mold a winning combination before the Southwest Conference season opens in January. During training, the entire'com- pany will remain together and will be granted 14 days leave to return home after training. Chief Alsobrook also stated that as members of the Navy, these men will represent their country, and as members of the Razorback company, they will be represent atives of their state while in train- !ing and in competition with other companies. Further information concerning the Razorback company can be obtained by contacting the Navy Recruiting Officer in the Pos Office Building, Room 202, Texar kana, Arkansas. ' The Navy Re cruiter will be in Hope, Ark. eacl Monday from 11:45 a. m. to 1:00 p. m Guard—Calyln Jones Jowa Arkansas Tech Suffers Defeat By The Associated Press Arkansas Tech, which suffered its first loss this week after two victories, gets back into ret ion to night aprainst 1he Millers .Towleers crack semi-pro team of Fort Smith. The game, which will be played at Fort Smith, is one of two con test involving Arkansas Intcrcol legiate Conference teams tonitjht Guard—William Meigs Harvard Arkansas' A&M meets Delta State Three Memphis Hunters Missing MEMPHIS UP) An air wate search team has found no sign o three duck hunters who were ri ing in a motorboat which was spo ted yesterday, overturned an drifting along the Mississippi Riv er. The missing men, all of Mem phis: J. L. Haberline, 36, owner o he 15-foot aluminum boat; Jac Poduska, 46; and V. H. Durham, They were the Irst of severa groups of duck hunters reporte missing after winds gusting at 5 miles an hour lashed the rive Sunday The ethers got to safet unhurt. Producer Louis W. Cohan ilm a new half-hour show starring entriloquist Jimmy Nelson, whosa ive show on ABC-TV will go he air Dec. 13. . .Robert ..ewis, a handy man with a piano leyboard, is taking lessons on the uba, but Ray Bloch, band leader or the Lev/is programs on CBS, s not at all convinced that Robert should play it on the air. Center—Hal Easteiwood, Miss. State. Back—Bob McNamara, Minnesota. i M,|? ?&«*er« Mrs. ginia, Center -r Leon Bessie Franm M*?U5PA &*& '^W^fe t*? 1 Back — Bob Pavenport, UCLA. Back— Paul Larson, California. Back — Frank Bernadi, Coloiario. THIRP TEAM End— Ron Kramer. Michigan ' Endi-Jim Pyburn, Auburn Tackle — Frgn k Va rrichione, Notre Darne Tackle — Dick Hilinski, Ohio State ..-, - • • Guardr- Jim SaJsbury, UCLA Guard—Gene Lamone, West Vir- <n Mississippi. Last night, Hendrix Collsg erout- cd Fort Smith Junior Collego 66-49 at Conway. It was a tight battle for the first 10 minutes, but Hen- drjx ran up a 34-24 lead at halftime, and coasted home. Fort Smith's Bob Blaylock took scoring honors for, the night with 15 points. Phil Guthrie sank 14 points to spark the Hendrix attack. Cunningham, George '§h|w, Oregon B g|WfBB, Purdye Leofi8i'(jl Moore, Peoqi Gombling Is Destroyed HOT SPRINGS W Police raided a downtown Jfegro club here la'st night, chopped up a dice ta ble ^nd, fpur table - raid arrested 3.2 Million Men Now in Armed Forces WASHINGTON (UP) Arnica's armed forces totalled 3,257,26 &t the end of October, a drop of 21,631 in a month. The Defense Department said the reduction is in line with plans o bring the armed forces down to 3,047,000 by next June 30. Service strength at the end of October was: Army 1,370,285; Navy 702,'29; Marine Corps 221,352; Air Force 963,500, Taylor Named by Cherry as Expected LITTLE ROCK (UP) Gav Francis Cherry has announced the expected appoint of Bayard Taylor to a six-year term as chairman of the Workmen's Compensation Commission. Taylor succeeds Charles Farjsa of Morrilton, who was given an in terim appointment to the po§t to Military in Far East Is Ready to Go By EARNEST HOBERCHT TOKYO (UP American military forces in Asia are "ready to go" if war breaks out again in Korea as a result of the latest Communist violations of the armistice agreement, high sources said today They also indicated they did not think the fighting would be limited to the Korean peninsula if the war is resumed. High quarters said the sentencing of the 11 American airmen by the Chinese Communists is "only one of many" violations of the Ko- renn armistice terms. Ameiican military men sized that U.S. forces would not resume fighting in Korea their own." It would be a Nations action and would be taken only on the instructions of United Nations, it was pointed out. Ameiican forces make up the biggest part of the tT.N. fighting power in the Korean area now. At the present moment, official American quarters in - Asia are ceeping their eyes on two fronts e potential battlefield in Asia and the diplomatic battlefront at he United Naions. A human heart weighs from i ;o 12 ounces. Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT LESLIE TERRY,. ET AL : PLAINTIFFS VS. SAM TERRY, ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORPER The defendants, Sam Terry, telle Terry, W. D. 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