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The publisher* reserve the right to ! revise or edit oil advertisement* offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initial* of one or more letter*, 'ateups or flflure* *ueh as house or t'elephorte number* count as one word. ' -TM Hope Stdf will not bo respon- *llble for error* In Want Adi unlew •won are called to our ottenHon after f IRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ;ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: 'PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Services Offered MATTftESS fenovatloii arfd limef- spring work Cobb Mattresfc Co. 3lfl South Washington. Phone 7*2621 Mat. 4-tf CLASSES In .tap, acrobatic, ballet arid toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. Wanted to Buy SMALL fireproof combination safe in good condition. Notify Hempstead County Farmers Association'. Phone 7-4469. 11-lt ATTENTION Cattlemen.- We can sell you Range meal, Range cubes, dairy feed, corn, oats and all grain on your rlrough emer-. gency feed certificate. Our prices are right. Phone 7-2547. Hope Feed Co. 7-6t Notice ICE Cream twelve flavors for your selection, open seven days and nights each week. Coles Double Dip Ice Cream Store. 8-61 For Sole Lay-away Open on TRIKES - BIKES AND .DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. NOTICE We can have better government when we assume our responsibility to vote principle instead of parly. VOTE FOR REMMEL . Pol. Adv. Pd. for by E. C. Martin Price Predicts Texas to Finish atTopofSWC By JOE BENHA M Of The Associated Press if you thought New York's un d«rdog victory in 'the World Series was something, wait until you sec the University of Texas in this year's Southwest Conference race, For Rent FURNISHED 4 room apartment, Electric refrigerator. Garage, No children. Mrs. Anna Judson 220 N. Elm. 1-tf LOVELY air-conditioned one and two bedroom apartments redecorated inside and out. A nice place to live for reasonable rent. J. I. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. Phone 7- 2228. 5-tf Star el H<*« IW»* Pr«» Jonuary II, 192f Publlthed every weekday afternoon by * Ir-A* PUBLISHING CO. '• C, E. Palmer, President ' AIM. H, Wathburn, Socy-Trei. ' at* The .Star Building • ' '112-14 South Walnut StrMt -• ••"' Hope, Arkansoi AUK. H. Waihtatti, Editor 8, Publlibw *P«lll H. Jonei, Managing Editor "Mr M. Davit, Advertising Manager •Owrt* W, Ho»meiV Mech. Supt EAR CORN Gbod quality $1.40 per bushel at crib. Phone 837-F-31, Henry Morton, Prescott,. Route 5. NICELY furnished rooms, reasonable rates, private bath, private phone, utilities paid. Phone 73474, ask for Gene Smith. 6-Gt 8-3t NICE south bedroom, adjoining bath. Conveniently located. Mrs J. A. McLarty, 303 S. Pine'. 7-3: ^ OfM montn ...,.•• ' -ThrM monthi— fix' month* ;ai*A88 - JesaleT- P* •'-. MTT8 WR!? I * A** - tTEtf •nd. fop-**,?*" -'id Balers ™iBit 1 "jpSPj5- "* * J » T ro«tf r ^ '• IntarMliat second clan matter at HM.foit Olllee at Hope, Arkoiuai, •ndtr the Act of March 3, 1897. Member «f the Audit Bureau of , ^ , Circulation* Subscription Rates (payable In advance): , ly carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— Per,week .25 r jfn year •« v • 13.00 , By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller coun- 85 1.60 2.60 _ 4.50 . 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 ' M«fl A*v«ftlilnt Rtpretentativet: Arfcpniai Dames, Inc.; 1602 Sterick *ldg., Memphis 2,, Tenn.; 505 Texai tank Bldg.', Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. -MlehloanXve.,. Chieapo 1, III.; 60it, 42d 'Sr.,, N«W York '?., N. Y.; 1763 P«nobscot Bldg., p«rrolt 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. • $' M«nk«r *f Th* Auoclated Pre»i Sfh* Associated Press Is entitled ex- •I'sluilvely to the use for republicatlon of all the local news printed in this newspaper, at well as all AP news •Jispatcnei. SPINET Piano' Bafgain. We have a lovely piano -in this vicinity that, we will transfer to reliable party who will 'take up monthly installments. Write before we send truck, CREDIT MANAGER, JOPLIN PIANO CO.. 312 MAIN, JOPLIN, MO. '8-4t 36 HEREFORD cows 2nd calves, Registered Bull, Heifers 15-22 mo. springing. Winnsbaro, Tex. Lou Myers, 3131 McKinney Ave. Dallas, Tex. ...•':'' 8-.6t FURNISHED apartment, 3 room and private bath. Bedroom with bath. Dial 7-3184. 1002 E. Third.. .8-3 THRF.E room apartment, nicely furnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. 11-TF. So said Ed Price, coach of the Longhorns, Monday. Price snid the Longhorns' 2-2 "500 record doesn't mean a thing, further, he predicted quite a omeback for Texnsv-whlcH he sai-- vill put on "a fine finish like we id in 1950 '52 ind '53." "Both Notre. Dame and Okla 0ma were No. 1 n the nation the veek we plnyed them." said Price 'it's, only natural for them to.brin Ait our mistaken." Texas wi.ll work in its passing this week in preparation, for the Conference opener with Arkansas Price said. • Bad news for the' Longhorns wa the report that right .halfbad George Robinson would be si-lelin ed for four weeks with a shoulder injury. But his los? was balanced by the return of left half Chester Simcik from the injured list. ' In preparation '.for Texas, Arkansas spent the day in Igith work outs, and Coach Bowden _Wyatt indicated ..that drills would follow- that form the rest of the week. Arkansas, which will 'bq playing its' third conference game, 'gave the regulars a' hoi id ay' . Monday while reserves scrimmaged -the reshmen. SPORTS ROUNDUP if *A¥Lt TALiOt. NEW YORK Iff) Sugar Ray Robnson, who retired as middleweight champion nearly two years ago to aunch a new career as a tap dancer, has announced that he will radually begin trcinin-i today with „ view to taking up his old trade again. Says that despite all his real estate holdings to Harlem, he finds himself short of spending money. Control of A's to Be Settled By JOE MOOSHIL CHICAGO -/T) Who will gain If it were anybody except the conta . ol o£ (he Philadelphia Aliilet- 34-year-old Sugar Boy talking,j c £ and^-whcre will they play in 1955 this wohld be the most exciting | were the ^jg questions American pugilictis news o fthe week. Cu r -|Le a gue club owners hope to de d the iur- fnatch between him and the iur rent 160-pound king, ttobb Olson, still would draw well into si* figures. But it was never possible to know whether this great ring artist was talking straight or just cide at a meeting today. That th debt-ridden Macks wil lose control of the' franchise which has been in thoir family for 54 years appeared a virtual ceitaintj unless some "angel" pops up will needed cash. talking, an;l it isn't now. Up to within a few daps o fhis! At a league meeting in Now retirement Robinson continued to York two weeks ago, Roy Alncl waist that he intended to defend |was given 14 days to raisa $750,00 his title against Randy Turpin of ,to buy control of thn team from hi . — _ .. .. .. . *_ji j-i ._•_ _ u .J 1- .. n 4 1. *•_*. H* ii i>lr\ England. And all the time he was rehearsing diligently for his stage debiit. The promoting 1BC, therefore is eyeing the present "comeback" very warily lest it find itself suckered into giving Ray some needed publicity for his state efforts. The feeling here was that some thing broke in Kcbinson on that terribly hot night two summers go when Joey Maxim, the then ight heavyweight champion beat lim into a babbling wrerk. We elt then that he would not enter he ring again, that he had taken he only bad beating ho intended ever to take'. It still goes. I'M dividing my Daylilies. Clumps ten to 40 cents. Red verbenas free. Arthur Gray, Ozen. 8-6t ELECTRIC J^otor one sixth Horsepower, hundred'' ten volt. Good condition, price $6.50. Coles Double Dip Ice. Cream Store. 8-3t THREE unfurnished rooms, 2 miles East on Rosston highway. Phone 7-2929. Mrs. J. W. Camp. ll-3t TWO or three room upstairs furnished apartment. Private battii- Electric refrigerator. Utilities paid. Phone 7-3688. ll-3t SIX room unfurnshed house. 3 bedrooms. Available October 15. MisS Lillie Middlebrooks, 7-2894.' 12-3t * .Air. oth«rmall— DIM month rhrM monthi Six monthi OM y«or 1947 JEEP Station Wagon, overdrive, radio. Good condition. $310 or Best offer. Phone 7-4597. ll-6t 26 FOOT Nabors single axle float trailer, 5 bud wheels, no tires vacuum brakes. $425. Good Shape. Tol-E-Tex Co. Hope, Ark. ATTRACTIVE unfurnished apartment, 3 large rooms and bath. Nice neighborhood. Call 7-3661 or after 5:30 p. m. 7-2896. \Z~ Rice also took it easy, letting ic bruises heal from a hard- ought battle last week with Wis onsin. Dicky Moegie was amon; hose reporting with injuries, bul e and all the rer.t are expcctcc 3 be ready to go against Southern iethodist Saturday nigh t, Tho Jwls were warned by scouts tc x'pect a balanced passing am unning attack ant' rugged lin~ play from the Muston«s. "A. tricky quarterback name jobby Cox — was singled out as the man. for Baylor to watch when he Bears meet Washington Sat Ji^day. Baylor followed up the s'couting reports witn movies o Funeral Directors 450 BALES Oats, fertilized and top dressed. Heavy heads baled without rain, average' : 55 Ib. bales, $1.00 per bale. 12 - 3t NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private eritrariee.. Available isth. 7-3497. .'. 12-6t Wanted OAKCREST FUNERAL HOMEl . . . AMBULANCE 2ND ''&i HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF , 4 , <f . w , CORNELIUS ? :', -BURIAL ASSOCIATION est and Oldest in South *-• V Call' '7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. WANTED 'V • . ' TO BUY The Negro Community By Helen Tumtr Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mlat Turntf at Hlcka Funeral Horn* Mole Help Wanted OVERSEAS Jobs. High Pay. South America, Alaska, Europe. Travel paid, Self-addressed, stamped envelope brings details. Dept. 4*A, EASTLAND COMPANY, Box 1400, Los Angeles 28, Calif. 11-lt Help Wonted ite Control Co. MPDUEBROOKS Jr ^ - FOREIGN-XT, s, JOBS SO. AM. Alaska, Spain. Fare paid. 1000's U, S. Jobs to $18,000. Trades, Of- flces, Factories, Stamped self addressed env. brings reply. Job Opportunities, Waseca, 44B Minn'. ' ' * H-l IOANI Hope Bwilder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 One inch rough green Oak Lumber— regular ; lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifica- tions write — GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE; ARKANSAS Mrs. Wayne Norwood spent the week-end visiting her daughter Mrs. Reola Lomax, and other re latives. i,* li 4: Miss Dorothy Brandon spent th weekend visiting friends in Littl Rock. ij 4> •»?• father Connie and brother Earlo Roy, fighting grimly, to keep th A's in Philadelphia, hasn't tome up with the money. Arnold Johnson, Chicago business executive seems to be top man with his $3,375,000 offer to buy the team and move the franchise to Kansas City. Connie IVInck nnd Earle are in favor of sellina; to Johnson but Roy has opposed Millionaire building contractor John McSwain believed to be Roy's lost hope to get the money, said in Philadelphia he has lost interest in backing Roy financially. Two other offers besides Johnson's gave reportedly been made ibut American League P--Kfident Another former fighter turned thespian, Lou Nova, has been .in our midst lately between night club engagements, and ha's still as full of ideas as he was a dozen year:; ago when he way inventing his famous "cosmic" much. Lou's |\Vill Harridge s-nrl yesterday 'the only bona fide offer we know about thus far for the Athletics has been made by Johnson."However, Tammy Richardson, president of the Eastern League and one of the Athletics' directors maintains lie has S3.37n.000 in cash J.C1111VSUO WV^L3**»*W *.»fc.«... — _ ^ latest obsession is that boxers to jnatch Johnson s offer, should do r.ll their prefight train- "--•-----' ing after dark.. "They fight after dark. don't they?" demanded the former heavyweight contender. "So what do they do?'They spend a month or more boxing every afternoon at Richardson said he'll be in Chicago to 'ask for the right to buy the franchise. Another offer was made in Washington, D. C., yesterday. Leo de Orsey, prominent attorney, and Joe Tucci, retired plumb- *< Tuesday, October 12, Arkansas Gets 12th Spot in Grid Ratings By HUGH FULUERTON JR. Of The Asioclptrf Press Oklahoma's bne-tr.uchclown victory over Texas last Saturday released a landslide of votes today Lhat swept Bud Wilkinson's Soon- ers far in front in tho weekly Associated Press rankings of co.'iuge '*> football teams. Out of a total of 201 sports writers and bioadcasters. no fewer Ihnn 118 picked Oklahoma i'irst. And not ono {ailed to put the Soon- crs somewhere in the first 10. As a result, Oklahoma collected 1,797 points on the usnpl basis of 10 for a first-place ballot 9 for second, etc. A week ago when they had won only two games, the Soon- crs polled 77 firsts' an-1 1,3(59 points. a-v Wisconsin a 13-7 winner over Rice in a nationally televised struggle between nationally ranked teams, moved into second place in the rankings ahead of UCL.A, which barely pulled ut a 2'-20 decision over Washington, And Ohio Stale, a convincing 40-7 winner over Illinois, climbed all the way from 10th place i.o fourth on the strength of that victory. After these four, all of which received more than 1.000 points in ^J the balloting, came Purdu-*, Duke, Mississippi, Notre Dnmo and then Fenn State and Navy tied for 10th. This tie and the fact that Mississippi edged out Notre Dame for seventh by n single point, 730 to 729, brings out the closenass and the uncertainty of .the rankings after the few leaders. Iowa and S outhern California, two of the. upset'victims, lost their places in t.hq first. 10. Iowa garnered only enough points for 13th. 1-lace after its 14-13'los* to Michigan, while USC, upset 20-7 by Texas Christian, didn't even appear cs and at- 10 o'clock every night. When they finally get into, the right for the fight itself they're .practically the hay * n £ contractor said they went "to buy the team and keep it in Phil- Liii& i wj^u*. 1.1? ..*».. ..-—. - t t week's Joss to Arkansas andiwalking in their sleep. light workout. L. G. Dupvc, joyle Traylor and Henry Rutherford sat out thj drill with in. . . . Two key linemen were missing bm the Texas Christian workout, end may still be out when the lilrogs play Texap A&M Saturday. 4oach Abe, Martin said center ugh Pitts" and., t.u:kle Norman NEW YORK Lou Boiidreau Miss Ellen Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Watson 01 McNab is attending Arkansas Baptist College in Little Rock. Miss Watson is running for Miss Arkansas Baptist. The Queen drive ends October 27, 1954. Homecoming is October 30, 1954. Miss Watson U asking the help of all who wish tt help to send donation to 1600 High St. Little Rock, Arkansas. lamilton, ..(Jiftth out,, with injuries, viould be^doubtful participants in [he clash? ; ;'The Frogs also worked Hit lightly. The Aggies put on sweat suits and left the pads to the freshmen iVthey got ready fa- TCU. Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant went over the i'fl-7 loss to Houston, and handed ciut praise at the work of quarter- jack El wood Kettle."; fullback Don bachtik and guard Sid Theriot for their play last Saturday. f Southern Methodist's Mustangs looked over their newly-won .300 record and allowed they'd like to raise it a notch higher against Rice. The first two teams limited their workout to hearim! the scouts was down in the basement of his Illinois home bailin;', floa-.l waters when the phone ran;; upstairs arid he learned shortly from his in- mediate boss, Joe Cronin, that he no longer was employed, as field manager ot the Boston Red Sox. It's reaching the po:nt when; ji baseball manager, espo'claltjrfilie. American League kind, can't' afford to pick up a .phono 'or ' read i newspaper. Bucky Harris, for example, read recently in, the pub- .ic print that he had . "resigned" his job with the Washington Sena' tors. Bucky since has landed a similar post with the Detroit Tigers. A friend of mine with a grim sense of humor insists that President Spike Briggs of Detroit club made the greatest quota of the firing nnd-hiring season when he told a press conference that "Ilprri comes to us highly recommended. 1 adelphia. De Orsey and Tur.ci said they have made an offer of $2,856,000 which will be subvnitted at today's meeting by Calvin Griffith, execu- ive director of the Washington Senators. Crowd seen Due to Democratic Talk : ;PINE .BLUFF.I.T 1 — Remarks made last week ib ythe state Legislative Chairman for the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, cited as the possible key to an "over flow" crowd at a "Democrats-for- Remmel" meeting here tonight. Offie Lites Jr., leader of the movement predicted that Cecil Albright's .statement regarding Democratic votes fo r RepubMcan in the first 20. The leaders (first-place votes m parentheses' 1 : 1. Oklahoma (118 1797 2. Wisconsin (21- 1,555 3. UCLA (10 l,33:i 4. Ohio State (M 1,180 5. Purdue (3) 329 _ 6. Duke (7) 389 \ 7. Mississippi (11 730 > 8. Notre Dame <Z 7P.9 9.-10. (tie) Penn State (3 330 Navy (11 380 Second 10: 11. Minnesota ( 1 126 12. Arkansas (1 126 13. Iowa 116 14. West Virginia «3 112 ) 15. Rice 84 16. Virginia Tech 70 ' ' 37. Colorado (1 52 ' ~^ '' 18. Army 51 ."'' ' 19, Georgia Tech "5 ,j 20. Texas Tech 30 T .'''* ' "I! -J •»'?" ft gubernatorial candidate Pratt Rernmel, would pack the 300-scat court room where the meeting will be held. Albright said he would get Democratic backers of Remmel barred from voting in future Democratic and watchng films of the victory over Missouri last Saturday, while the •'•reserves concentrated on fundamentals. Ccmch Woody Woodard reported the %Iustangs in gcod shape physically. The Hopewell P. T. A. will have a call meeting Thursday night, Qn tober 14, Asking all parents am. members to be .present and or. time. 7:30 p. .m. GOOD domestic help for general house work. Apply in person with references after 4 p. m. Mrs. R, L. Gosnell. M'19 N. Pine St. 12-3t Real Estate for Sale Hempstead County . Teachers meeting Tuesday night, October 12 1 at Yerger High School Auditorium. All teachers please be present. 7:30 p. m. j. T, Thomas has returned to hicago, 111., -after- spending a few ays visiting his parents, Mr. and PS. Major Thomas, and other re- atives. OtherJeams Were After Pinky Higgins By BOP HOOBING ' BOSTON The' Boston Red Car PAINTED NOW! Uwe» $35*00 While you ore having yoyr CQf painted we can ' work on your fcrgkes gr body mechanic? always FOUR acres with Hope water, electricity, gas, ,G...I. Approved. 4- room home. $3900. $1,000 down, balance like rent. SIXTEEN acres-opened Hope edge, 5-room home with city conveniences. $3200, Vt down, balance like rent. OING Cafe fully equipped including lot, good building with 4-room living quarters, $23QO, Only $800 down. Samuels fleal Estate and IXTRA 1 2cOFF Tfl 9«r Regwter Cuitomen Insurance. 1Q1 Phone 7-3766. •;' Front St. Hope, 12-6t tost black suit case, vicinity of Tol-E-Tex. Lid tore. Rope around case. Wire on handle. Return to 619 W. 3rd. Reward. ll-3t FOR . . . . 8UUDOZIR and Pond Call 717 W. §th St. HAULING Sand, Qrayel, Fill Pirt an<i Top Soil. Uifht Sox, jolted into action by rumors that other major loague teams \yere after the services of Prank (Pinky Higgjns, have signed their Louisville farm club rice and for mer local favorite to a. two-yeai managerial contract, At any rate, Boudrt-au knov/s now that no manager can ever afford to let down ' from his peak performanc-e. The Red Sox obviously hired Lou three years ago to do the kind pf managerial job hat he had done for Cleveland in 948.. and the handsome young man simply did not deliver. There is was really bearing down, the fop no place for half-effort in the big ;ime. In his fabulous year, when he mer Illinois played some of the greatest shortstop anyone ever saw, hit .355 for the season^ and was voted the league's Most Valuable Player. He personally attended to out-thinkinu an out-hit- tjng oe McCarthy, the then Red Sox pilot, in a one-^ame playoff for the pennant. He led the Indians to the world title. Red Sox helm, Lou has never ap- primaries. Doing one thing and saying you're another is just a communistic attitude, in my way of thinking," Albright said. Lites, son of the Pine Bluff mayor, said Albright had every right to keep "Remmel-crats" from voting in future Democratic primaries. However, I don't believe he'll have very much luck," he said. Olson-Giardello ^ ' Match Criticized ' NEW YOTiK W) The Bobo Olson- Joey Giardello middleweight title match, announced for an Francisco Dsc .15, has drawn sharp criticism from Bob Christeriberry, % ch'airmnn of the New York State Athletic Commission. "Ridiculous," said Christenburiy r last night at St. Nicholas Arena, "They made a match with a man (Giardello) in the hospital. I will have more to say about recognilion of the bout when the world championship committae meets in Lon- . don next month." Christenberry obviously referred a torn cartilage in his showing Giardello in left knee a wheel * TOO MUCH OR NOT ENOUGH SPRINGFIELD, 111., (.UP) — Northern Illinois cities fought floods today. At th-i same time the Illinois Municipal league mot here to decide how to combat a water shortage in the southern part of the state. chair after an operation to rcmova a torn cartilage i . his left keep at Philadelphia.-His surgeos, however, said he should be able to start roaclwork in a month. SHOULDA STAYED HOME PORT ARTHUR, Ont., (UP)' Gar Stead went huntini! duirng 'the . weekend. While he was away police shot a 50-pound bobcat that broke into Stead's basement. In his three campaigns at the preached mat performance. For the past two sea-sons, in fact, he hasn't gone off the bench except Hie-Jins' appointment to succeec to"yank"a pitcher, which was often JLou Bou.dreau, whose second two year act with the Sex had a sea Arkansas Doctor Faces Charges PANAMA UP) A U. S. Air Force urgeon who yolunteered to treat he sick in an isolate-i Panama >ommunity has ben charged with Manslaughter following the death >f five children who took, anti nalaria tablets he prescribe4- The American is Ur. Charles Parnes, 36, of Littje Pock^ Ark.,; tationed at Albrjok Air Force Base in the Panama Canal Zon<? Panamanian officials at El Lino; m interior'village* where the ifM pedy occurred, released him last night after he posted a f2,QO,0 cash jond. son to run, was made yesterday by General Manager Joe Cronin at a hastily-called press conference. Cronin was asked why Hiugins, riroomed in the Red Sox league chain for eight Officials said the five _ anging in age from 10 months:|Jg 11 years, died early Sunday attfl. taking tablets which Barnes hM- given them on a visit the prev}9y| iay. * Barnes rushed back to El S.unday night in a heavy aw soon as he Jearne4 of tho •*•" At the request of. the l«c?l ilies, he returne4 \f> IB* again yesterday an4 r; there until bail was posted FIRST PWPONIjfP CHESTER ~ minor years, wasn't called up next year when floudreaii's contract ran out. "It wasn't so much getting rid j of Boudreau as it 'was saving Hig«: Bins for the-.organization,". Cronin ' answered, "fie teams two of them riianage'; other teamstwo of them very definite, one in each league and it wouldn't, hive been fair for 115 to stand in his way for ad vaneement." .Those definite, offers are believed to lisve ... come from the iajtimore Qrjojes, where in his '•esent status Paul Richards is Arkansas Gets a Good Soaking By The Associated Press Scattered, but 'severe thunder- torms and the possibility of isolated tornados threatened northwest Arkansas last night but the warn- ng was lifted at 1 a.m. b> Up !bth genera! au4 field manager W the Philadelphia Phillies. if fhe decision to brins up the 45 -old Hiiggins was made in a distance telephone converse Sunday night, between Cronin ^ed. Sox ower T!om Yawkey ?4 hour's after Pinky's t*am ol the American 1 ) WOI » tne Liula World ries from Syraciisj of the Inter test for a driver's $M? f to route to ii »nd Boudreau were then by phvne jwjt prior to the Pttnjerenjpp. a third baseman _ven worse than that, he was re- orted not to have been shouting nessages of comfort and encour- gement to' his greatest player, 'ed Williams. S. Weather Bureau. u. ft. weamer »ui«!««. i, \ Thunderstorms did strike Fatf,- etteville, Fort Smith. FHppin, and Malvern. Malvern reported high wmas smashed several plate glass windows, bift, on the whole, damage was light. . ., . Weathermen measxtres ho»lstpnes at Fort Smith at one-eighth; of an inch in diameter, but no damage was reported. The storms al Fayetteville and Fippfr . PQntamed only light rain and fog, the weather JJureau said. „ Early last nightt, tl»e Bureau issued an advisory forecast calling for severe weather, including possible tornadoes along a Une from fort Worth, Tex., Jo Springfield. P.. and 50 miles on, e Vx». -••• ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. ANNOUNCES A NEW POLICY! 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WE'LL / THAT THI& l& j NEED W& CAR— A^ WHBRB H05FORD CITY TOMORROW 1 . ^ TAKE A, PIAUE TONIflHTt MffOMPJO ,|V*SSWBE 5««^|'AiH^fe BORM THISTV VEARe- TOO SOOM ^, With Major Hoopta OUR BOARDING HOUSE Of SOUR 5AG6INS 5ALLOVJ COMPLB^O^'B? SIMPLE. LJP -THOSE 3ADED MUSCLES ASlDPLVT eODMCe.iWVOUR AND HEK BUDDIE* HAS K^SPT MY OLYMPIC rmKWX i^^j^^^Jg^y.f.. affijj IUGS BUNNY ft- .;• • ' [ THAT POOl? OUSHT,TOBE> , WEAOV BVNOWi IT'S AWFULLY QUIET. IN TH' ' KITCMEN; -^ AWPUL OP wu TO COWE OVER ANP COOK , A MEAL WWEN IN TUB PANTWV, QUO FWIEND. 1 By HertHbergBi HINK NOTHIN 1 OP IT, (iUDOSVi 1 ^>v..v^»V^lP^ ALLEY OOP COME.MYPEAl THE TIME HA COME TO LA AWAY YOUR5WOR T. M. "'9 U. S rot. Oil Cgpr. 1954 b t NU Stnlo, Inc. If). (3 " K *'It takes more tiiah an accident to get ahead of ; Flirtin' Joe!" . iv;":; : SWEETIE PIE By Nadine S«lx«r FP ISC ILL A'S POP rlwtTH DARK, CURLX HAIR... KIND OF A MAN STORY OF MARTHA WAYNI

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