Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 22, 1954 · Page 19
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ll HOM StAft, HOPt, ARKANSAS Wednesday, freezer 9i, 19S4 k L DISPLAY — Olri MoVlrtfl phone ?-am TTRESSES de Into \nntnttton Guaranteed Servlo* ~& MattrAH C«. CLASSIFIED AdrMust Be !a Office Bay Before Publication i r WESTERN SHARES rf Ineam* fu«d available frorti 5 -" 74454 'JbHIghWay 67 We«t' • _ 1TURECO. LlrriltlWeit • arVetf for . 'Hope, Aric. WANT AD ftATES All Want Ads art HoySbW tn advance but a<fc will b« otc«p»6d over fH6 fetephon* artd ttccomoda- tlofl account* allowed with the understanding the bccOunt Is payable whin statement i* tendered. Mumbet"" Ons Three S!x On* Of Words Day Days Days Month Op to IS .45 .90 1.50 450 l£ to 20 .60 1.20 200 6.00 it to 25 .75 1 50 2 50 7 50 26 to 30 .90 180 3 00 9 00 J1 to 35 1.05 2.10 350 1050 36 to 40 120 240 400 1200 4l to 45 1.35 270 450 13.50 46 to 50 1.50 300 5.00 1500 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c pet inch 3 times 60c per inch 6 times . • 50c per inch Rate* quoted above ore for consecutive Insertions.. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All doily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. tn. fof publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible 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: PKpSPECT 7-3431 Help Wanted WAITRESSES wanted. Apply at Diamond Cafe. 21-31 Lost, Strayed or Stolen ONE dark brown Jersey cow Weighs about 700 Ibs. 8 years old E. W. Copeland, Phone 7-2271. 22-3t The Negro Community •y Helen Turner Phone 7-6830 Or brlha Items to Mli« Turn«r at Kicks Funeral Horn* Missouriohs Liek State Teachers By The Associated Press The Arkansas State Teachers Colleee took a surprise trouncing from"' Central Coilege of Fayelte Mo., in the only basketball game Inst night involving an Arkansas Inlcrccilee.iate Conference team. The Missouri boys dumpe'1 Teachers 94 -69, to more than make up for. the 77-73 win tho Arkansas'team had recorded Monday night. Don Spauiding of Central and John Overstreet of Teachers eacr hooped 27 points. Ed Moffett of the Missourians and Larry Crati- dall of the Conway school were 'not far back with 24 and 21, respectively. | Most AIC teams will be idle until after Christmas. SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE tALSOT. Funeral Directors UMNI 6AKCREST FUNERAfc HOME INSURANCE ... AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEI/ PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF A Christmas play "Twas the Night Before Christmas" will be presented Saturday night, December 25, at the Church of God in Christ, 911 Bell St. The public is invited. The ReV. W. R. Leake, pastor of Bethel AME Church will preach the annual Christmas sermon at Beebee Memorial CME Church Saturday, December 25, at 11 a m. The Rev. T/. J. Rhone is host pastor. The public is invited The Melody Five Gospel singers of-Magnolia will give a musical Kentucky Dumps Utah in Tourney By JOHN CHANDLER Of the Associated Press Adolph Rupp's University of Kentucky Wildcats, safely over one big hurdle in their scramble for a top place among the nation's col lego basketball bigwigs, have another toughia tonight against LaSalle in the Kentucky Invitational Tournamen finals. Kentucky overcame Utah la si night in the final rninute's to pull HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest In South . "Arkansas. Call 7-5505 tt>r 6Ur' ' agents A23-1 Mo. Hder'i Supply Co. i 7-2381 Lost program., at.Rising . Star Baptistj Ky out a 70-65 thriller at Lexington, Cnurch ,•Tuesday night, December 28: Sponsored by the mission band. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Flenory left Monday for St. Louis, Mo.', to spend the Christmas holidays with their daughter, Mrs Mamie Utsey. ONE way ticket, Hope to St. Louis. If found return to Missouri Pacific Station. 20-3t (Service ,buy. BLUE parakeet, grey with brown wings, head. Tame. Named Jerry, Call 7-4333. 20-3t TWO black hogs, 70-Ib. In Proving Ground' area. See Jamie Russell or Phone 7-9990. ; • 21-3t Mr; and Mrs.. Chester" Yerger are spending the' Christmas holidays in Richmond and Los Angeles, Calif., visiting their children, and other relatives. ParU and ifc^for '•--.,-*'• ' land Balers -ord Tractors SMS**' >-'""" " phone or Writ. , lin Tractor Co. ignoli'a," Ark. " * Services Offered 'Mrs. Hattie Carpenter and Mrs. Helen Carpenter and children have arrived from California to spend the holidays with their parents; There were some other terrific games, with sucli powers as Illi- r-ois, LaSalle North Carolina State t)aj>ton and George Washington tianging up victories. However, Kentucky and Utah went into their game rated as the No. 1 and 2 learns in the country in he latest AP poll, and the Wildcat? stacked up their 29th consecutive victory in impressive fashion. Furthermore, it was Coach Rupp's 5001h vicotry at Kentucky, and the 127th straight for the Wildcats on their home floor where they haven't lost in 12 years. Fburthrranked LaSalle, trailing NEW YORK f/T 5 )— A friend who hfis a keen love for bnsebsll and is ever on the prowl for anything which he thinks reflects discredit ofi the game came in waving a clipping and muttering that if he had his way no major league club would be psrmilted to tailor the dimensions of its park to fit any the player or set of players. "Its getting ridiculous" he fumed. "At this rate it won't be _ong until batting records don't mean anything. Look what the Cincinnatti Reds did in 1953. They pulled in their right field fence. And this year Ted Kluszewski wins the home run title. Now look at this." The item which had aroused his ire quoted Manager Paul Richards of Baltimore as saying that the fences at Baltimore Stadium might be shortened next season "if that is what the fans wan and if we think it wil help our ball club." Richards added that, of course, he would have to wait and see if he had a pitching staff which could cpr-rate in front of shortened fences wihout getting killed. "See what I mean?" our visitor demanded. "First you put togethe; a club these days and then yoi Iry it on your park for size. 1 herr now they're going to shorten up the Kansas City park for the Athletics. It's been okay lor minor league batters all these years Now it's too big for the major leaguers'. "What the commissior-cr should do right no\v is tell all the club they have until the start of nex Basketball By The Associated Press UK Invitational Tourney (first round) Kentucky 70; Utah 65 LaSalle 49; Southern California 38 Mr. and'' Ca skill. Mrs. E. C. Jones in Mc- MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 818 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar, 4-tf RALPH Montgomery ^Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. Mrs. Catherine Marcee has 1'e- turned to'her home in San Antonio, Pex., after spending several days visiting relatives and friends. Mr. arid Mrs. Grant Davenport as holiday guests their daugh FOR'water well service, any size or depth, see or write O. T. Clark, Cale, Ark. 19-tf SEPTIC tanks pumped out. Go any where, any time. .Phone Prospect 7-9989. Dec. 6-1 Mo ^u'rslNowU &M«e* JBLts. la^e-'a large stock of J " 1 - 1 - for all trucks , Broken Installed ile';'j|i|t;)he right W or installed e»t 3rd Street REPAIR, sales and service. Clif ford B. Evans. 2112 Junction City Rd. El Dorado,' Ark. DEC. 17-lMo. by as much as 11 points in the first halt, rallied for a 49-38 victory over Southern California Los Angeles., .Calif., and ^granddaughter-, I/trs." i -DOrbthy -M.' Carr and three children of Sacramento, California'. ' For Rent NEWLY decorated unfurnished apartment. Private bath. Bills paid. Phone 7-9934. After 2 p. m. Phone 7-3696. 15-tf THREE room house, 4 blocks from business section. $35 per month. John P, Vesey. Dec-18-1 mo. For Sole APPLIANCES • Toasters • Mixers . • Waffle Irons • Steam and Travel Irons, • Electric Blankets. • Everything in G-E Dormeyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY - COMPANY. SINGER sewing machine, good as new. Queen Ann cabinet. Solid mahogany. Can be seen after 6 p. m. only. 910 S. Elm. Phone 7-3584 20-3t ar 1927 oftsmoon t>y CP, PANSY plants, for largest blossoms set plants now, Mont's Seed Store. 20-3t ELECTRIC train with track and switches mounted on board with Three Teams inSV/CTake Lickings By The Associated Press Chalk tip another big zero for the Southwest Conference in inter- tectiondl basketball. Southern. Methodist Texas A&M ana Texas Christian will try again Wednesday night, but the circuit's three teams that saw scion Tuos day night could have stayed at home. * West Texas Stiate of Canyon whipped Texas A&M 82-57.. Min nesota walloped Southern Methodist 89-72. And nationally-ranked Illinois turned back the Rice Owls S6-54. It's been going like that most of the time since the pre-season games began. If the Southwest Conference quintets have been improving so has the opposition. SMU made a fisht o? ft at Minneapolis, for awhile. The tense first half saw the lead change ten times. But Chuck Mencel aiv.l Dick Carmaker collaborated for 23 points in the second half that left the Mustangs back where most SWC quintets end their games behind. Jim Krebs Pony center, carried the scoring load for the Methodists \vith 17 points. At Houston, unbeaten Illinois in the* other semifinal of the Kentucky tournament. All American Tom Gola led the second-half assault rpainst the Trojans and finished the night with 24 points. Utah which had upset LaSalle in New York Saturday 79-69, also carne from behind in the second halt and seemed due for another ftunner until Kentucky's Bob Burrow came to the .rescue. Utah lee 63-56 when Burrow connected for three field goals Gary Bergen fourth after Utah's Gary Bergen made two free throws. Linville Puckett of Kentucky hit season to set all their distances | where they want 'em and then they.'re through for good." NEW YORK Iff)— When very Brundage, president of the International Olympic Committee, returned from his tour of Russia the past summer he said firmly that he hfid seen nolhing whatsoever which would lead him to believe that the Soviet Union was doing -ny bigger job of subsidizing its Athletes than has lone been dime n other countries which subscvibi :6 the amataur code. As there has been a widespread 'mpression for several years tha he Soviets were turning out ath letes practically en an assembly :ine basis, the more skeptical o our critics did not take the presi dent's words too seriously. They Okla. City All College Tournsy George Washington 66; Tulsa Cl (semifinal) San Francisco 75; Oklahoma City 51 (semfiinal) Wyoming 32; Oklahoma A&M 50 ccnsolation) Wichita 91; Houston 87 (consola- ion) Hammond (La) Tourney Southeast Missouri 63; Southeastern La 32 (final) Missouri Valley 89; East Tenn 7 (consolation) Other Games N. C. State 76; St. Johns (Ekr.) 75 (overtime) Cornell 72; Syracuse 62 Holy Cross 95; Boston College 43 Connecticut 80; Manhattan 79 Colby 81; Massachusetts 79 Tennessee 96; South Carolina 82 Dayton 71; Oregon 55 Kansas State 91; Indiana 74 •Purdue 72; Washington (St. Louis) 44 .... Minnesota 89; Southern Methodist 72 Iowa State 72; Dhake 53 Marquette 39; Souther Dakota 67 Bremidji 63;. Emporia State 48 Hastings 92; Phillips Univ • 66 Il)ir.r-is 86; Rice 54 Midwestern 94; Okla Central 35 Central (Mo) 94; Arkansas State Boyle C.' Tchrs 69 '• St.. Michaels (NM) 00; St. Marys 'Kan) 73 ' California -74; Ohio State 63 Washington 72; St. Louis 70 UCLA 65; Colorado 52 Oregon St-ite 64; Seattle 59 Stanford 66, Arizona 56 » POSTER BOY—Kwon Kwang Nam is poster boy of the Far East Air Forces' drive for funds to buy things for' children at Myong Jin Orphanage in Seoul, Korea. It's an annual event. a free throw- to tie it a 65-all, and with 1:20 to go Billy Evans converted a pair of foul tosses to rollers. Eldon Coffman. Phone 72833. . TWO ton hand wrench. See at Frank Walters Garage. 22-21 put the Wildcats in front for keeps. Other teams in this week's top 10 came through as expected, but North Carolina State (No. 5) had a close call before adging St. John's of Brooklyn 76-75 in overtime. Illinois (No. 3) polished off Rice 86-54, Dayton (No. 6) downed Oregon 71^55, and George Washington (No. 8) beat down a late Tulsa surge to win 66-61 and gain the finals of the 19th All-College Tournament at Ok la homa City. GW meets San Francisco, a 75-51 win ner over Oklahoma City, in tonight's final. Wyoming beat Oklahoma A&M 52-50 and Wichita defeated Houston 91-87 to gain the consolation finals. Ohio State ranked No. Jl, was Knocked off by , California 74-65. \vhile UCLA overcame a 10-point deficit in the second half to edge Colorado 65-03. Indian again found the Big Sever, teams tough as Kansas State whipped the Hoosiers 91-74 Minnesota thumped Southern Methodist 89-72 Purdue won its fifth ttraight by defeating Washington of St. Louis 72-44, and Marquette made it six straight by beating South Dakota Stnte 89-67. figured that he simply hadn't look ed in the right places. Possibly aware that his word had not been swallowed whole Brundage now backs them up wit a" straight-talking statement from Nicolai Romanov, .head of Sov iet's Department of Physical Cu tiire, which leaves no room for mis Interpretation. So far as we ai aware this is the first time tha a '.responsbile figure in the Rustiia sports scene has laid it on th line, made an official effort to sti all subsidization lumors for goo Writing in the current issue the IOC's Bulletine, which is pu iished in Switzerland, 'Brundag says that in two long conferenc Williams Has Peek on Set of Tattoo' By BOB THOMAS ' HOLLYWOOD.. UP* Let's have a alk with Tennessee Williams. The highly successful playwroght las been lingering in Hollywood o oversee his latest film investigation- of Southern culture, "The koae Tattoo.' 1 He watched on the set as Burt Lancaster, Anna Marram end Marisa Pavan shouted hrough a frantic scene. When it was over he retired to a dressing room to chat. • Williams speaks ciuietly and articulately and wears a rather heavy mustuche. He was dressed in what you might call a Howard Hughes outfit a well-worn tweed sport coat, sand tan trousers and t.neakers. H-s said he had seen three weeks of the filming in Key West end tv.'o weeks.here, making Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkan sas December 20, 1954 City Docket Robert Lindsey, Disturbin peace, Plea guilty, fined $10.00. Jimmie R. Lewis, Passing in restricted zone, Forfeited $5.0 rash bond. Claudic C. Walker, Reckless driving, Plea guilty, fined $25.00. Jim Maxwell, Eddie Royal, Drunkenness. Plea guilty, fined $10.00. Willie Green, Lawrence Powell, L. A. Bryan. Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. J. C. Walker, Billie Wood, Pass- ine .school bus while loading, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Wm. Bostic, Assault and Battery, Plea guilty, fined $50.00. Luther Lawson, No driver's license. Plea guilty, fined $5.00. C&ntinuea frofn Page One was a tiny cardboard flashlight. I hocked our piano and household furniture for $300 to get started." he recalled. By the end of Ihet year he had earned S2o 000. Since thbh he'has sold nO million pocket flashlights. 30 t.i 40 million cosmetic cases, and marketed rtoz- ns of other gadgets ranging from Parette holders to dat boards, read counters, and educational ernes. . • Recently he sold one of his rms, Micro-Lite Company, Inc. hich grosses a million dollars a ear so he could spend more time oodling. "1 love to doodle and come up jth something different." he said. Anything that's a problem intcr- sts me. The biggest ' tmptalion ou have o fight down is tn go n working on something that fasc- fl nnles you even though your common sense tells you there's no narkct for it." His pet gadget right now is a ew version of the oH childhood ,ame of "tic-tac-toe." It is played n three dimensions, and parent;; incl they have a tough timo beat- ng their children at it. "Today' skids come ahead fast- :r than we did," said Gelardin. 'They are more advanced. It is -\ hard 16 invent a game in which ";'-•' hey can't compete with grown vps." Gelardin. who has had to jettison hundreds of his own ideas, ias nothing but sympathy for middle-aged, "one-idea invonlors who rped their life savings trying to rut across a single gadget for which there is no real demand. _ Study the. market first" is his tip, "If y,ou can't adapt the idea to an e'xisting market drop it ^ Don't let it sour your life." Gelardin could quit work" 'now and spend the rest of his days sunning himself on a beach, but would.'t think of it. How could you stay alive mon- Joyco McBay, James Anthony No driver's license, Forfeited S5.00 cash bond. Luther Lawson. Driving while'in toxicated, Plea guilty, fined $50.00 and I day in jail. David Deloney, Leaving the scene of an accident, Plea guilty fined $50.00. State Docket Elmo Williams, Carrying a con cealed weapon, Plea guilty, fined S50.00 Autrey. Doster, Grand Larceny. Examination waived; held to Grand Jury; bond fixed at $2500- ially?" he asked. "Inventing is fun. There could be no better life ;han to start from nothing and •ome up with something worth- vhile. "If • I were broke tomorrow, I eel I could begin all'over again JQ lo it all over again, and be happy doing if, Once you do something and know it wasn't all luck that you really had something to give you 'have no fear of starting all cr. • • 'Nobody car. stop you from thinking." Real Estate for Sale FHA approved and available for immediate occupancy ;this two bedroom home js located on a large corner lot with streets paved. The home is in A-l- condition, 5 yeays old, and ideal for the family wanting a den with real fireplace. Priced to sell. • BUY this equity in a 'nice, attractive two becjioom home and move in by January 1st. G- I, Loan 4% Interest with small monthly payments can be assumed. Located at 13Q5 South Hervey. ON 16th Street this three bed room home can be bought on or 100% G. I. financing ranked third in the nation in The Associated Press polls made it iix stniight for the season with an ce.sy triumph over the Rico Owls. The Owls trailed 30-40 at halftime ami when the big tenners turned on the steam in the secoiTi h&lf Rice didn't have a chance to make it worse for thn Owls their Uvo aces Montu Robicheaux and Terry TiJlignian both f niled out early in the final half. It was the same story at Canyon, Tex., wher3 Texas A&M's flouirl- •ring Cadets bowed ot West Texas Slate's Buffaloes. The two teams were ploying in Ihe first round oC the annual West Walker Returns as Cardinal Coach ST LOUIS —- W) Dijcie Wlaker returns as a coach for the St. Louis Cardinals next spring in a bwap of jobs with Mike Ryba-who will replace him as manager of the Texas League Houston club. Redbird Manager Eddie Stanky, who made the announcement yesterday said Coaches John Riddle and Fill Posedel will be retained. "The change gives us moie balance in' our staff," Starky said. "Riddle was a catcher in his playing days, Posedel a pitcher Dixie un outfielder and I was an in- fjelder." Romanov emphasized to him tha the principal objective of hib pi gram is the health and well-being of the Russian people with competitive sport only iincidenal. He quotes Romanov.as saying: "We know, believe in, and re- rpect Olympic rules. ,-- "We have and want no profes- fional athletes in the U. S. R. R. "We operate no special training camps for the athletes in the U. S. R.R. "We give no special inducements cash prizes or other material rewards to our athletes. "We believe champion athletes liave moral and social responsibilities as well, that they should keep up with their work and studies first, and that they should sot i> gcod example for the -youth of the country. "We do 'not believe in mixing i-por t and international politics." Wha Brundage succeeded n doing obviously, was to get the Russians flatly on the record. From here on, and if and when any erguments arise as to that nation's attitude toward the Olympic- rules there can be no question that it fully understands its obji- b£.ions. That's making progress. it the longest stretch he has experienced on a picture. He said he had learned much pnd could direct one of his sto- lies. "But why should I, when I h&ve such able men as Elia Ku- and Danny Mann?" lie said. The latter is directing "Tut- too." ' This is his • fourth screen play. He has an original which Kazan will make'next summer at Warn- Delays Brinkley , Continued from Page One were-asleep in an adjoining room when the attack occurred. Police still are checking a report that Willingham was seen about 4:30 a. m. on the morning of the murder at a Forrest City service station 21 miles east of Texas basketball tournament. In the doubleheader other game Hardin-Simmons overwhelmed Pep- cirdine of Los Angeles £2-67. Wednesday night the Cadets play! Peppordine for consolation honors Title Goes to Mrs. Zaha Has TAMPA, Fia. — W! "It really t:hould go to God and my doctors." Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Miami Beach, Ela., Johnny Hoi- man 207 Chicago stopped Bo Willies 188, Miami, 8. Detroit Jimmy Perrault 149'/i St. Paul outpointed Alnn Kenned} (401/2, Bay City, Mich. 6. Klarnath Falls Ore. Jimmy Grow 134, Boiso, Idaho knocked out Teddy Hall 133 Seattle 10. ers. I asked him -about the two others he did at Warners. "I wasn't happy with.'The Glass Menagerie,' " he admitted. "After I left the project they'made a lot of changes I didn't approve of. They were mostly concessions to popular tastes. But the mistake was that popular tastes have ma- ured and are no longer what the studios think they are." He said he obpected to scene "bowing Gertrude Lawrence at a :all in earlier years ''They were rying to gat a 'Gone Wi1h the Wind' effect." On the other hand, he was pleased with "A Streetcar Named Desire," which won Piviun Leigh an Oscar. "They filmed it as I had written it," he remarked. "We had to make one change becaiise ol censorship. We couldn't mention the homosexuality as a human prob- The screen should be allowed to deal in all human problems, as lung as they are done in good lasle." Notice Available (or occupancy January Jst as owner is being transferred Attached, carport, paved streets Jot, fenced backyard and nice features. REALTY CQ. St. $i-3t No. 7698 In the Chancery Court of Hernpstead County, Ark. . Plaintiff Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Luther Stuard RETHER STUARD vs, LUTHER STUARD 00 Anna Bell Terry, Disturbing peace. Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Harold Snyder, John Walter, William James Cannon, Following too closely to another vehicle, Forfeited ?5.00 cash bond. Roy Franks, Driving while intoxicated. Forfeited $50.00 cash bond and 1 day in jail. Hubert Stroud, Permitting stock to run at large, Tried, fined $25.00 and fine 'suspended. Cledious Johnson, operating motor vehicle without having a driver's license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond •Elm.' Williams. Reckless driving. Plea guilty, fined $25.00. Willie B. Robinson, Passing in a. "No Passing" zone, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Cleatus Scoggins, Failing to give signal, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Autrey Foster, Assault an'd Battery, Tried, fined $200.00; notice of appeal. Miller Hubbard, Sammy Stewart, Drunkenness. Plea guilty. fined $10.00. l Gilbert Carrier Corp., and James S Angus. Driver, No identification, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Gilbert Carrier Corp., and Anthony Boneillo, Driver, No identification, Forfeited $25jOO cash bond. L. D, Hudgens, (W. G. Hartsfield, Driver), Operating for hire without PSC authority, Forfeited $100.00 here. Persons questioned so far hava placed Willingham at the station^ at 2 a. m. but no later. Henderson ' said. Human Torches Saved by Crowd ELIZABETH, N. J; (IP Screaming wi'.dly, two men with clothing afire rushed out of the Arny Steel Construction Co. plant into shopping crowds last night. Police and,,, pedestrians -grabbed them and 1 ;/ snuffed out the flames with coats and a rug. The men John Valiga, 30, and Edward' Lied 23 were listed in fair or critical condition at Elizabeht General Hospital. Their clothes had become soaked with a turpentine'derivative while they were removing paint from steel plates. Lied's clothing burst into fiames when he went to an oil stove and Valiga's clothes^ caught fire as he tried to help '•-' Lied. The plant was undamaged. those words after being tod that for the' sixth"time.'she had won the Female Athlete of Year award in the annual Associated Press poll. The Babe was proud of her athletic achievements during 1954 but she's prouder still that she was able to win five major golf tour- raments while stjU shaWnr off ths effects of a serious operation for v-Jjt. Nytlgt 3|K^^«f^^'w«»»WAw'' iPHPKJPF «»WMW? t 4»W»HflWl warned to appear in this court cancer 80 rnontb,s ago. Within thlrtyWs _and answer th,e , "It Wt of pmwtl,at,f you Pope's Condition Is Improving • VATICAN CITY The Vatican press office said today that ailins Pope Pius' "slew gradual improvement continues." Vatican sources said the 78-year- old pontiff had spent a "tranquil" night and resumed work tliis morning on his anual Christmas message to the world. For the fourth cosecutivo day, the pontiff again took an automobile ride anU brief walk jr. the Vatican gardens. He" remained in the gardens for about 20 minutes then returned to his apartment. cash bond; Suspended. Norman E. Jones. Joe Hunt (John Temecoll, driver) Operating for hire without PSC authority. Forfeited §25.00 cash bond suspen- MORE THAN LIP SERRVICE WASHINGTON I/PI — Sen. Duff (R-Pa) says Republican congressmen must give President Eisenhower "more than lip service" if they want to re-elect him in 1950. Duff, ona of the Republicans urging Eisenhower to run again, said in an interview "Most Re-;t publicans know there is a very • strong sentiment in this country for the election of Eisenhower." t) pf the FJaintiff, Retiier n\y fraud, and, sea} hage the desire to pome hack you $2.5 Million Is Gas Firm Overcharge LITTLE ROCK State Public Service Commission records show that Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. had collected more than $2,500.000 from Dec. 1 1953 to Nov. 29 of this year as the difference in higher rates the firm has been chargin under bond. ' The company's application to Tiske the rate increase permanent estimated to bring in an additional >3,654,000 annually still in spending a decision by the commissio. Final oi;al arguments in the case ave scheduled before the PSC for 1:30 thic afternoon. Arkansas Louisiana's lost rate likes on gas consumption by small businesses and residences, were put into effect June 15. ' The PSC has said it expects lo make a decision on the application befc.re a change in state ded. can da not for fer*rs but this : mo *©AQ Gochman Metal Co., and Norman E. Jones, Driver, Lessee-Shipper- being party to improper lease operation, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Gochman Metal Co., and W, C. Uartsfield Driver, Lessee-Shipper being party to improper lease operation, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. National Universal Joint Con> pany, Wayne Hammers, Driver, Lessee-Shipper being party to jm. proger lease operation, Fprleitetf 1100.00 cash bond. : .'•,.•-' Wayne Hammers, Operate a vehicle without PSC authority under improper lease, Forfeite4 $iQQ.- 00 cash bond. Houston, Tex., is the second largest port in the United States, from the standpoint of tonnage handled. Garbage Can Not Very Sofi POCATEJ-LQ Idaho —W A ban 0it whip' taglt $30,000 from the Ida hp B,?Rk and Trust Co., yesterday discovered, that a garbage can was not a safe hiding piece JOT loot. Two small boys, UlW gaw a rn,an,p,u,t FOR QUALITY and Ut ui fill th9lt Vitf I Preieriptiom DEPENDABILITY Wednesday, December 22, 1954 BLONDII 'H'( STOP THE NONSENSE •AND LET GO-YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE VOLJR BATH. *M' ^-i ELMER Truman People You Know ACROSS 56 Sad cry 1 One of the 57 Seine 1 Crosby singing sons * 4 One of. Adam's : ™ klne "« 'ass. 13 Stead here" 14 Heraldic band 5 Ireland 15 "My Gal " 6 Sore : 16 Ernest's twin 7 Color i sister ,18 Slid 20 Musical ' passages ; 21 Make lace , edging 22 Wicked 24 Poker stake , 26 What the I Andrews i sisters are I 27 School I organization I <ab.) 30 Tell I 32 Sleeps noisily i 34 Thoroughfare I 35 Steep slope | 36 Sleeping place 37 Musical directions 39 Number (pi.) 40 Hurt 41 Mr. Franklin 42 Amphitheater 45 Tumultuous 49 Size 51 Honey 52 Boy's name 53 Top of the head 54 Samuel's 1 teacher 55 Withered HOPE STAR, HOPE/ARKANSAS 62AII If I H W(QU IT HANGING ON )' ||F v AND GET INTO —^ THAT TUB F=IEU> GOMPAffE 1H£REACTION (f \ REELING THE BUZZAPDS By J. R. William* OU1 OUR WAV Answer to Previous Puzzle , NOTHJWG NJ&THIW&/ 1 JUST DOM'T WAMT AMY OF rr. ALL.' HE'S- AT SP0ILIM' OUR PAYS-.' IF I THOUGHT HE WAS- TRYIM' TO RUIW OUR MEALS TOO. 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