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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: PROSPECT 7r3431 Installation sermon will be de- ivered by the? Rev. W. R. Leake, pastor of Bethel AME Church Frilay night, December 31, at Munn's hapel Baptist Church in Prescott, Officers will be installed. The Rev. R. 'Williams is pastor. Watch services will be held Friday night, December 31, at Garrett hapel Baptist Church. Hot coffee and doughnuts will be served at 0:30 p.- m. Funeral Directors Mrs. Bessie L. Moss and son, 3ehnie Lee, have returned to their home in Battlecreck, Mich., after spending the holidays with their >arents and grandparents, Mr. and Wtrs. James Johnson. Mrs. Johnson also had as house guests Mrs. Sadie B. Moss of Wado and Mr. and Mrs, .O. B. Carter of Houston, Texas. OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE ... AMBULANCE 2ND tt HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents • A23-1 Mo. Services Of fered MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 816 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOR water well service, any size or depth, see or write O. T. Clark, Gale, Ark. • 19-tf SEPTIC tanks pumped out. Go any where, any Prospect 7-9989. time. Phone Dec. 6-1 Mo REPAIR, .sales and service. Clif ford B. Evans. 2112 Junction City Rd. El D.orado, Ark. .:.'-.-.:' DEC. 17-lMo For Rent THREE room house, 4 blocks from business section. $15 per month.: John P. Vesey. Dec-18-1 mo THREE room furnished apartment private bath, 420 Edgewood. Call 7-3845,'7-2367 or 7-2775 after six . , . • . 27-tf The Negro Community By Helen Tum«r Phone 7-5830 Or brlna Item* to Ml** Turn*! 1 at Hick* Funeral H6m« Mr. and Mrs. We'bber McFadden and family of Flint, Mich., spent Jie holidays visiting Mr. and Mrs. Erving McFadden, and other rela- ,ives. Watcfr services will be held at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Friday night, December 31, The public is invited. Here's How Sports Writers Pick Them DALLAS !?) Nine of 19 sports writers asked for their opinion on the outcome of the Cotton Bo-.vl £ame here offered a flight edge for Arkansas ovci Georgia Tech. Sports writers' predictions on 1hc game: Tom Siller, Knoxville News-Sentinel: Tech 20 Arkansas 14 Tech plays well anytime it has to; Alf Van Hoose, Birmingham News: Tech 21, Arkansas 7; Charles Burton, Dallas News; Tech by throe points; Blackie Sherrod, Forth Worth Press: Georgia Tech 21 Arkansas 19; Louis Cox, Dallas Times Herald: Arkansas 21, Tech 14; Ed File, United Press: Arkansas 20, Tech 14; Len Saffir, International News Service: Arkansas by one touchdown; Jack Keacly, Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock: Arkansas 14 Tech 7; Jere R. Hayes, sports director alias Time Herald Arkansas oy seven points; Ray Stephens, Associated Press, Little Rock: ' Arkansas by six points; Harold V. Ralliff, Associated Press, Dallas: Arkansas 14, Georgia Tech 7; Ed Danfcrth, Atlanta Journal: Tech 21 Arkansas 14: Orville Henry, Arkansas Gazette, Little'Rock: Arkansas 20, Georgia Tech 13; Furman Bishcr, Atlanta Constitution: Tech by seven points. Holiday Cage Tourneys in Final Stage Of The Associated Press By HELDON SAKOWIT Tournament champions hips, yore scattered all over the country today as collegiate basketball's holiday classics headed into their final SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE TALBOT. By JACK HANO For Gayle Talbot stages. Six championships were decided last night v/ith George Washington, Missouri, Notre Dame,! Maryland' Dartmouth and Lafayette capturing tourney crowns; Two major classics the ECAC .Festival 1 'at New York and the Queen City Tournament at Buffalo, ' N.Y.sti'll ere to be decided. George Washington, the nation's ninth-ranking team posted a 89-75 victory over Richmond to win the first annual Richmond Invitational. .Toe Holup ad 'Corky Devlin scored 29 and 27 points for the NEW YORK (ffi When 19H4 is gone, these memories will linger on: Ted Williams slumped in the ear of a station wagon grimly cfutchih? his left shoulder and 'eieMttg-the worst while a doctor speeds him to a hospital for X-rays of a collarbone i broken in his first vorkout at th eRed Sox camp at Mrs. .Dorsey Phillips spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting her husband, Dorsey Phillips in Minden, Louisiana. Mrs. Geneva Carrei McGehee Miss McGehee, Mrs. Dorothy M. Cari- and Mrs. Willie M. Davenport were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reece Cannon and Mrs. Dorsey Phillips .on Monday, December 27. The City Wide singing will be held • Sunday January 2, 1955, at Rsing Star Baptist Church at 2:30 p. m. The public is invited. Close Game in Cotton Bowl Is Predicted By HAROLD V. RATLIFF rasey Stem;ol wishing they would lUrry up and take the pin out of Tecis phoiildcr "FO I can stick it nto some of my Yankees." Hurricane Jackson huffing and puffing until he blew down Dan 2uccre-ni at the Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, and then blowing out to 'sea with inept perfcimances against cute Jimmy Sladc and big Colonials. Eleventh-ranked Missouri sin- nexcd the Big Seven Conference Tournament with a decisive 80-71 lacing of Kansas State, The sharp- shooting Tigers bolted to a 45-28 halftime advantage and coasted the rest of the way. Notre Dame's Johnny Stephens provided the scoring impetus as the Irish dethroned Holy Cross (469 to win the Sugar Bowl crown The first half was nip and tuck with the teams tied 29-29at intermission. Miday in the last half Notre Dame went on a 13-4 out- Irish never wer-3 DALLAS Evcryb oay was tgreed today that the Cotton Bowl "ootball same between Arkansas nr.d Georgia Tech will be so close e bounce of the ball may decide it. Even the coaches figured it would be a light one. although each was picking the other to win. The sports writers, however, were not so cautious. Arkansas was selected by nine of sixteen asked for a prediction. Among those taking Arkansas was Walter Stewait, sports editor of the Memphis Commercial Appeal, who saw both teams play during the season. "I think it will, be close but Arkansas will win it." he said. Stewart 'joined a flock of Texas writers picking Arkansas but there also . were some Texans . who thought Georgia Tech would corne through. Among them was Bill Rives, sports editor of the Dallas iarasuta, Fla Months later Wyatt Will Go to Tennessee, Paper Reports KNOXVILLE, Tenn., (UP) The Knoxvillp Journal today reported that Coach Bovvden Wyatt of Arkansas has accepetd the much-rumored offer of the job as Tennessee's head football cosch. Wyatt in Dallas for the New Year's Day Cotton Bowl game, nied tllp re P° rt - Georgio Tech, Navy, Duke Are Picked By RIP WATSON Of The Associated Press Navy, Ohio State, Georgia Tech f:nd Duke held the favorites roles today as the teams and fp.ns made final preparations f'-r tc morrow's annual New Year's Day narnival f art* ™mor. Assistant Sports Editor Ben Byrd said, "no official confirmation can of football bowl games. Tickets were as scarce as optimistic word for the various coaches, but no one had to worry too much about seeing nny of tho big classics, for all of the big ones will be available or. television. Navy, making :ts first bowl appearance in 30 years be/ore an expected crowd of 82 OPO, was the thinnest sort of favorite, thanks to iV- Jill WJlJlllllUllUlL \-t\r 1 t - . . until sometime in Jan- a wave of injuries in the final Nino Valdes .The sdur taste left after the Johnny Saxton-Kid If vilan welter title ' "fight" in Philadelphia. Willie Hays racing into the next county to take Vic Wertz's long smash over his head in the "big catch" of the World Series and Leo Durocher, the boss, sayinp "I've seen Willie catch so many nothing he does even fazes me." . .Dusty Ehodes winning the opener with a 270-foot homer that bounced back en • the field to renew the old arguments about' the origin of the term -'Chinese homer." nary. But Wyatt said he knew nothing about the job and had never been approached by anyone connected with Tennessee about the Santee Tries for 4 Minute Mile Today NEW ORLEANS UPlWes Santee of Kansas aimed at a 4-minttte mile today in the Sugar Bowl we're'"delighted""with the weather News who chose points'. Tech by six The Arkansas and Georgia Tech squads both arrived here yesterday and held workouts. Both coaches burst and the headed. Maryland jolted once-beaten Cin cinnati 78-61 to take the Kentucky Ail-American city title. The smooth and steady Terrapins were in command all the way" as they won the championship for .the sec ond straight year. Dartmouth upset highly favored Connecticut 66-65 in the finals o the New England Tournament on a one-handed shot by Dick Fairlej from near center court with five"! seconds laft. . A second-half, scoring- spree carried Lafayette to a 75-72 victory c'ver Hofstra in the championship game of tho fourth annual Hof- u.tra Invitational. Canisius entered the finals of its own Queen City Invitatioii at ,Buf- trimming Georgia Tech 70-53 with -o second-half barrage that buried the Engineers. Canisius meets St. Bonavenlure .in finals Saturday night. .Kentucky the nation's No. 1 court power, was the only other member of the top 10 to see action last night. The Wildcats rolled to their 31st straight victory and sixth in a row. the season as -they smothered St. Louis. 82-65 with a mighty ^'last-half /surge.;' The boxing lesson Ezzard Charles, was giving Rocky Marciano in the early rcunds of their first fight "until Rocky's heavy bombc left you .wondering what was holding up Ezzy. Ralph Guglielmi, Notre Dame's brilliant All-America quarterback Byrd aid Wyatt was expected Lo take two assistants with him, [ormer Vol Tailback George Cafego and line Coach Dick Hilt. Demi N. W. Dougherty, chairman of the Tennessee Athletic Council, refused to comment on the story, but said he had asked Byrrl not to print it. Papers in Birmingham and Atlanta have printed similar reports, sll of which were denied by Wyatt. week of training. The Middies (7-2-0), ranked fourth in the ASROQ-{ ialed Press' final poll of the snn- on, meet Mississippi's sixth-rnnk cd Rebels (9-1-0) in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans. It's the only game involving two of the top 10 teams. Mississippi won tin; Southeastern Conference title, while Navy was awcrde'd the Lambert Trophy as the best team in the East. The Rose Bowl can beast the No. .1 team in the nation in Ohi. Jhin tafi Basketball By The Associated Press SUGAR BOWL Notre Dame 74, Holy Cross 80 (championship) staging a fine show against Pcnn ^Bradley^VT^NcwOrleans Loyola j'nd directing the Irish attack"' "" " " against .Southern Methodist to win acclaim ns one of Notre Dame's best . .Red Rolfe in his ivy-lwincd office atDartmouth explaining how h°'d still like to take another whack at managing in the bi.j leagues, with the right club. NEWLY decorated unfurnished track meet, hopnig his added experience would more than outweigh his lack of recent compfitition. "Monday I worked out on ths Southern California track and did three 440's in 52, 53 and 51 sec- inds," he said. "Tuesday I ran apartment. Private bath. Bills f » v e with my times 59, 50, 54 45 paid/Phone 7-3696. From 11 a. I a " d 52 - A year ago workouts such m. "to 8 p. m. phone 7-9934. 15-t£. as the£e wuold have been tough. — This week they were a breeze. I DUPLEX, 4 rooms and bath. 115 N. Pine. Phone 7-2424. 30-3t NICE south bedroom. • innerspring mattress, adjoining bath. pei- week. 3rd & Pine. Phone 7-2115. 30-3t GARACJE apartment, furnished living room, bedroom, kitchen and bath. Small screen porch. Garage. Phone 7-2644. 30-3t FURNISHED 4 room apartment. Phone 7-2329 712 East Third. •'••';• . ' 31-3t FURNISHED apartment, also large front bedroom with 2 closets. Phone 7-2125. Mrs. George San- .defur. ' 31-3t For Sale HopeStor Jr"«5'-"H9w"W»J Prcw 1917 b|i*be'd every weekdoy qfternoon by 1 STAR P«fl|.l5HINO CO. i? i Ci ?• Pftlmwv PreiWent ^Atoy. H. Wsihbwrn, Secy-Tr«i. ?r * * e A' Monogw APPLIANCES » Toasters •' Mixers f Waffle Irons • Steam and Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets. • Everything in CrE Dorrneyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. have grown a year older and a year better. "I Vnovv I am much fat'ter, but I lack the racing edge that comes cnly with competition." Santee, who holds the American record of 4:00.6, said he shot for n 4-mjnute mile every time he went on a track. "If conditions weather, track and pace are right" he said, "it could be this lime." Two of the six .other starters are Santee's persona] friends. These a;:e Aii Dalzall of Kansas and Ted Strycker, . former Hays (Kan.) State ace and now stationed at Lake Charles Ah Force Base. Other starters are Sture Landquist of Sweden and Fred Eckhoff and Bjorn Bogerud of Norway, aU of Oklahoma A&M, and Bill Tidwell tho Kansas State Teachers (F.m'pona) runner who has beaten Santee twice in their 11 meetings. The world record is heM by John Landy of Ausiralia, who ran the mile in 3:58. GREETINGS (u) MILWAUKEE, Wis., (yP) ' — Temptation was stronger than his Christmas spirit.Roger P. Gurney told the judge yesterday at his hearing on a larceny charge. Guerney said he went to the home of Larry Fischer 23, on Christinas Eve to extend his holiday greetings. When he found no one at homo, Gurney said, he entered to wait for Fischer. When Fischer didn't return, Gurrey said he went to a closet and stole $75. The case was .continued. • • .'i? ' . ONE male Doberman Pincher dog. , 2 years old. Owner leaving for overseas duty. Selling for best Offer. 906 Diary. 24-6t 0fflt» Pf Hope, Arkonspi, 'Att of ^9'?h ?, 1S»7. tipn Rotes (pgyoble in od- yance): carrier In jHop« ar\4 ne!flhbor.!ng 25 13.00 Nev«la, » nd Ciller PURE bred Holstein bulls from high producing registered Holstein cows. Everrett Ward, Prescott; Ark. 27-l2t SAND. Gravel, topsoil, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A- L. Park. Dec. 27-1 mo. 400 WHITE Bock and Indian River fryers, 9 weeks old. 4 Turkeys. See J. D. Hall, at CCC camp, south on highway 29. . .85 1.60 2.60 4.50 3.25 29-31 Jailbroker Is Arrested in L. R. LITTLE ROCK (fp) — A 39-year •Id ex-convict sought by Tennessee authorities for "jailbreak, was arrested here yesterday for car Uieft, Detective Capt. A. M. Haynie said. Cecil F. Adkins. recently released from Illinois State Prison after Kervinu 13 years for car theft and highway robbery, was caught hero ot'ter ho !iad taken an automobile from in front of a downtown newspaper office, Haynie reported. The officer said Adkins escaped Monday night from jail at Selmer, Tenn. Capt. V. C. Throckmorton, fire department inspector, spotted the conditions Bad weather has cut out much work for both of them t the home bases. But Arkansas was ni tiptop shape for the game, without a single injury or sniffle, while Geor g.ia Tech -was able to have all its in uniform -'or the first time* yesterday. Flu and Injuries have handicapped the Tech workouts but the squad is now free of illness and the injuries have heeled suffi- cently to insure all Yellow Jackets bsing able to play in the game Saturday. Coach Bobby Dodd, how- c-ver, reminded that they can't be in top physical condition due to the inactivity. The odd? dlucatuated from three to six points on Georgia Tech and Coach Bowden Wyatt of Arkansas said he figured that was about right. But he said wistfully as he wound up a 2hour practice session for his squad yesterday, "I sui-3 would like to win this one for the Southwest Conference." Whatt said he expects Arkansas to play a good game against Georgia Tech, but the Rszorback coach steered far away from predicting the outcome of the contest. "Either one of you o'- the next nine guys who are- down the street could predict it just as well as I can," he said when reporters pressed him for .a prediction. Cloudy skies and cold weather have been forecast for the game by the U.S. Weather Bureau. It had been feared' that either rain or snow might fall duving the - - Fig-ht The Wild River by EDMUNDS CLAUSSEN © 1954. W. Edmundi"Clomstn. frier copyright, Stanford fubficotieM, tnc xxiii ~ " ~ game. Arkansas fans started arriving en masse at this Texas city today. About 2,000 Arkansas the largest out-of-state delegation in the histcry of the Cotton Bowl aro expected to attend. In contrast, Lost RED billfold, downtown area of Front "Street. Initialed "J- A. C." Return to Cole's Double Dip. Re- 29-3t _|i-toleii car as a description as broadcast. Throckmorton directed police from his two-way radio equipped car as he followed the stolen over 14 oi Help Wanted . Dr^ye-In, wanted. Inquire White's 31-tf Business For Sale shop fpr See Henry Pickett, Rocky r Mrs. Milton Karcher, owner of th e car, said she saw Adkins "side n behind the wheel-and drive away. only about 8,000 Georgia Tech followers will be here. There's a general belief among the experts in Dallas that Arkansas will win because it is football "hungry". They believe the Razorbacks' determination to triumph as a climax tp their first successful season in eight years will over- w come Georgia Tech's trfdition of bowl victories. Toch, under Dodd's direction, never has lost a bowl game, and has a streak of five straight 'bowl triumphs. Incidentally, Arkansas never has lost a bowl game either. The Razorbacks were held t° 'a scoreless tie by Louisiana State i.n the 1947 Cotton Bowl and de- feuted William and -Mary in the Current pulled and sucked against the General Heath until Crotch slid'her against a' rotting wharf in- a manner that tpoke of long experience.- The shoaling riv- channel before La Pa/ was all that kept the larger Navigation steamboats 'from pulling' in at the landing.'A wave of bitter iiritation brushed him as he silently admitted Jamison could probably have broken him long ago if H hadn't been for the gravel spits that piled p so persistently. • •'• •i Ever since the damage, tc Amador Jamison had been using the company's second largest packet, the Claramore. Two other shallow-draft S-an Francisco paddle- wheelers had been brought under his pennan.t but Claramore remained flagship of the fleet. Crotch was aware of Goss enter ing the pilothouse, but his attention was centered on the wharf •where p he recognized three people. One took predominance over tho others, set his heart to strangely strumming. Queenie Drej^us- How long it had been since that day she rtcod in his pilothouse the day Jamison had set them' high and dry or a sandbar. For him she had said many strange things that day. He hsd often pondered on it since, and wondered if she hadn't made him a quiet offer. A suggestion behind her actual words, hact he risen to her subtly hidden meanings, which might have written the end to Dreyfus' cU'e&ms? Goss's voice broke in brusquely: "You see who's waitin'? Sugar Logan. You always took him as a friend, But me I figure that's something to be stretched two viously heavy. Gos's's description had been apt; in his black suit and /caver hat, Calhoon looked mor ike a gambler than anything else Queenie was dressed in he Duckskin skirt,. which, by now had aecorne ragged,- and a woolen coa mede shabby by deyert camps. I was the same skirt she had worn months ago when tho Genera Heath had dropped her off at La Paz. v/ays. Hark the time, he ran otil after turnin' the ; barges, over to Jamison? A cute, smooth fellow. "Then there's Shelby Calhoon Any time you see him you're look in' at trouble. He never was any good except with cards even when he worked ?s officer aboard the Amaclor. So he tries his hand at minin'- :.948 Bowl, 21-19. LITTLE .EARLY LAS VEGAS Nev. (UP) The $7,500,000 Riviera hotel discloses it has received 250 New Year's reservations. Only hitch is the nine-story ture won't be opened until April a, Fights Last Night By This Associated Pnens , Minneapolis Lauro Sclas, 13), Monteyrey JMJco, stopped Mi £ie)ke, 136, LaCrosse, Wis., 6. 1955 and the »re Iqr TO RiPAY v« 1 (for third) Big Seven Missouri 39, Kansas State 71 championship) Iowa State 71, Oklahoma 64 (for bird) Kansas 69, Nebraska 66 (for cventh) Midwest Collegiate NorthWester La., 65; Anderson 59 championship) Indian State 56, Central Misouri !>0 (for third) Sunshine Tourney Fort Hays (Kan) State 90, Mc- •Cendree 72 (championship) Missouri Mines 69, Southwest ?kla. 65 (for third) Southwestern La. 75, Taylor 56 for fifth) Western Colorado 66, Eastern New Mexico 59 (for seventh). Lake Charles McNcese Tourney McNeese La.) 63, Southeastern Ok!a. 59 (championship) Sam Houston State 72 ( Lamar Tech 69' (for third) . , • '• ' ; Qulncy Tourney Western Illinois 69, St. Ambrose [owa 50 (championship) Kirksville (Mo) 69, III. Wesloyan 67 (for third) Kansas Conference (semifinals) Southwestern (Kan) 84, College of Emporia 70 State (9-0-0), but a Pacific Coa Conference rule prevented a "dream game" Ohio Slate vs. UCLA, No. 2. Because they ap peared in the bowl' last year the Uclans are ineligible this year, so Southern California (8-3-0!, will furnish the opposition. UCLA whacked Southern Cal IM-0 during the season. Even so. Coach Wcody Hayes of Ohio Stale declines comment on the outcome. His team v/ill be fr.voreri by 131'- . Kansas Wesleyan 99, McPherson 76 Other Games Kentucky 82, St. Louis 65 Iowa 73, Stanford 46 Ohic State 73 Oklahoma City Gl Western Keniucky 89, Brigham Young 78 Hot Springs Holida Tournament: Semifinals Hot Springs 53, Cotholic High 44 El Dorado 62, Jessieville 47 'points against the Trojans befo a crowd of 100,3pO. Duke (7-2-1) is a • 13'/ 2 -point choice over Nebraska (5-4-0) in Miami's Orange Bowl, where 68,000 are expected despite the total of six defeats and one tie on the two teams' records. Georgia Tech (7-3-0), a virtually perennial bowl etam is a slight choice over Arkansas (8-2-0) in Dallas' Cotton Bowl. A capacity prowl of 75,504 is expected to s(7 if All-America guard Bud Brooks' and his mates 3an recover tbe winning formula that carried Ar- kt.nsas to the Southwest Conference title. Some 60,000 are expected at the East-West game in San Francisco. The Gator Bowl gsts the jump on the other bowls today with Auburn (7-3-0) favored over Baylor V7-3-0) before 34,000 at Jacksonville, Fla. t -, The rest of the bowl progrES^i" 1 tomorrow: Sun Bowl at El Pan,', Tex. Texas Western (7-3-0) vs. Florida itate (8-3-0). Tangerine Bowl at Orlando, Fla. night Omaha Un iv ersity (9-0-0) s. Eastern Kentucky (8-1-0). Salad Bowl at Phoenix, Ariz. Skyline Conferenc e all-stars vs. Jorder Conference all-stars. Prairie Bowl at HoustonPrairie View College (8-0-1) vs. Texas Ft. Ord Calif. (11-1-1) vs. Hood, Tex.' (10-3). "We'd like to book downriver Calhoon said, and he was leerinp slightly, his lips withdrawn from his white teeth. "That is, if you have no objections to a forme: Navigation man." "All right" Crotch conceded. There wag a pause v,hile Cal boon gava him a keen glance. "Ca Dreyfus is dead. Queenie hns solr tut her claim.' His hand rutomati cally brought forv/ard the gripcase i.nd now Crotch realized it wa Billed with gold. And heavy. "We're going to Fort Yuma.' Queenr'e quickly tolc 1 him. "I'v had enough to of the hills." Callioon v/as grinning. "I expect to talk her into .marrying me.' So far as Crotch knew Dreyfus had been alive on his lr,st down- river run a month ago. It was fast work for Queenie. Entirely too fast for a woman whose husband had not yet cooled in the frozen earth. Subconsciously he heard himself saying, "We've got only one stateroom." "One v/ill do.' Queenie pave him a narrow-eyed look. "Mr. Calhoon will make out romehov/. Really, Shelby, you shouldnt h;ive said what you did about getting married.-There's nothing definite about That was the moment a rifle Ihrust its flat bark into the wind. Shelby Calhoon's tie whipped more furiously than usual. It must have made a tug at his throat for ha glanced down immmediately, jjft- ing the tie's ragged end in his fingers. A bullet had torn away a corner of the fabric. Besides them there's Queenie without her husband. What would Preyfus say seein' he standin' beside Calhoon? We had her on this boat a couple days and even China Boy was fecthin' tea and biscuit^." "You notice China Boy's galley these days?' Crotch asked, shov- jng to one side the rough thoughts Goss uttered. "Blame me if hes not cleaning up. Linda Wong is send ? JeH£rs." iSjnto saiHn' M*< "JS* 1 i/*! _ • J i.R-»- got to JU\4 «s 9 new Scientists Hear Talk of Fish in Deep By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE BERKELEY, Calif. (IP) —In those so-called silent deeps of the sea, fish beep, crackle, pop, whistle, maon, mew, bark, 'tap, creak an croak . This fish talk comes in amazing variety and some fish are downright loquacious. Some of I 1 js love 'stuff; some just chatter to keep contact with others of the gang. An underwater audition of fish and shellfish was played on a rec ord today for the American Assn or the Advancement of Science by Dr. Marie Poland Fish of the Nar agansett Marine Laboratory, Uni 'ersity of Rhode IslamJ. Very likely, she says, the myth if the song of the sirens came rom ancient mariners in the Mediterranean who heard one kind if fish singing a breeding season chorus. But only recently'has the grea ariety of fish talk been appre dated and pinned down. Scien ists .had to get busy fast in World Var II when the din and fujmy inny sounds threw curves at thi sound letection devices of subma iners. Now dozens of familje? of fist and grustacenas have been peggej All of Crotch's foreboding crystallized with the shot. He said sharply, "You'd better get into a stateroom, Use No. 3 and stay in side till we cast loose!" "On my way, Captain." Calhoon smiled back recklessly. He made a lunge for the deek ladder. mude an empty gesture with her hands. "It must be the :<jld. Captain Crotch. I made a Uay 01111 ou ~ ----- "'-- -- at*work beneath ypice drop- J»tK. Iff or breakfast nearly every rnorn ng, and no one ever catches (he killer. That', what La Pez has come to right now." . (To Be Cpnting*d) as noise makers. Shrimps click claws; some fish get verbal with air bladders or by rubbing together teeth, bones or fins. Some selections from the auditions, made by Dr. Fish and Wil liam H. Mowbray, give yovi an idea: Shrimps teds — crackle lika burning fat; the tautog — d4[k) thumps; Nassau grouper —booms: rock hind — muffled grunts; toad fish — coarse gutteral growls or in breeding season some loud calls rike""a boat whistle. Studies of the fish talk could have practical uses, Dr. Fish said. It could help in detecting schools of fish, and fish talk might be duplicated to attract fish. Certain ly it could help in more efficient use of sound device sor • subjca rines or other vessels. ™ FOR QUALITY and Let us fill those Vital Prescriptions for speedy delivery frpm 7^ a. m. tp 7 p. m. <§ Roistered Druggist on duty at ah times. Call PR 7-3424 PIPENDABIUTY Crescent Drug 225 5. MAIN FOR SALE f CLOTHES UNI m*ny 9 ttw f f fan TROUGHS h,o.m9 , December 31, BLONDII I SPENT A DOLLAR ANC5 A HALF FOR THAT STEAK, AND XX) READ MDUR MAGAZINE ALL THE. WHILE -yOU WERE 6ATING IT BLONDIE. 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IVS< b» NIA 5er.l««. |M "Don't be stumped— I'm only inquiring about the best route to the Mt, Peak lodge masquerade party" SWEETIE PIE PRISOLLA'S POP By Nodine Selzer ~* ANOTHER 12 MONTHS' RENT GONE DOWN THE DRAIN, 1 50 THAT'S UP QMR r^^j^^rr^ * \ v "^ W^s^iiS&q^ ANOTHER YEAR GONE BY.. AND WE STIL.L DON'T HAVE OUR OWN HOME.' , THI STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE iV " "v " 'yTr>™ T, r ~f

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