Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 21, 1954 · Page 13
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 21, 1954
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*' v u?<; *~ *-jf'S'~"*-—-*•—»'-*•- . •— ""-"'•'"""~" *—•.-.-•---—-••i—i'—-*— ' V* ^ 3ft*WH£*«f2^g r*%fr » i •$"-» * ^ r -^€ a. e ' ; < ? * • i" 1 /4,',!; fc " thtirfday, Odlebe* It, 19S4 •ti-iifoi' those Christ*** " Sifts you'd /esfern Auto Store *. . ,_ ^^, -.-^, *.t.,,.-.- ^-u. ^ CLASSIFIED 1 Ads Must Be In Office fc'is? Before fublteatloa WANT AD RATH Whtrt itat p i»< . Siltewfei with fh* Jp to 19 16 ftf 20 11 to 2S 16 to 30 n to 35 16 to 40 (1 to 45 U to 50 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 it I* rendered. ThrM %• 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2,40 2.70 3.00 boy* Month 1.50 4.50 200 6.00 2.50 7.50 3.00 9.00 3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 Service* Offered MATTRESS tenovatioft attd inner- ftprlng work. Cobb Matttets Co. 318 South Washington. Phone 4-tt PLUMBING Repairs, Call TheO Long, 7-3407. 15-1 Mo. ffifeiSsL., , hrftt^jmffrwrhi CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per Inch 3 time* -.... 60c per nch 6 time* .-.» 50c per Inch Rotes quoted obove ore tor con- Mcutive insertions. Irregular or skip- dale ad» will take the one-day rate. All dally classified advertising copy Will .b« accepted until 5 p. m. for eubllaatlon the following day. • The publisher* reserve the right to revise or «dlt oil advertisement* offered .for publication ond to reject ony objeetlonabl* odvertl*lng «ub- mlfted Initials ot on« or more lerteri, groups or figures such at house or telephone numbers count as one word. Th« Hope Star will not be respon- tlble- for error* In Wont Ads unlest error* are colled to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 FOR expert typing, all kinds, contact Mrs. Wanda Grimmett, 501 S. Spruce. 18-6t For Sole Layaway Open ori TRIKES - BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. 450 BALES Oats, fertilized and top dressed. Heavy heads baled without rain, average 55 Ib. bales, $1. per bale. Henry C. Ward, Rosston, Ark. 16 NAME plates for dog collars and golf bags. Phone 7-3725 or See Williams at Hempstead Motor Co. Hope Star Stor of Hop. 1M»i Pfei* J»2T Coniolldoted January It, 1>2f pESTER^ SCARES ereifled Income Fund' available from . publMied every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C E. Palmar,^ President Alex. H. Weihburn, Secy-Tree, • at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 19-3t 50 YOUNG laying New Hampshire hens. Priced to sell. Also baled hay. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 20-6t . Atox. H. Wuihburn, Editor & PubllibM Paul H. Jonci, Managing Editor j«si M. Davis, Advertising Manager George W. Hosmer, Much. Supt. 'Entered ai second clasi matter «t Ihe Pott Office at Hope, Arkania>, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In ad, , vance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— '•Per week ., •:-'S Per year. 13.00 • By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller coun- 85 „ 1.60 2.60 4.50 On* month Three months Six months' On* year All other mall- One month < Three months tlx months On* year ...; APARTMENTS — choice investment property. Four Unit brick apartment .house. Cose-in .2 blocks business district. Can be bought at a real bargain and financed 20_ years. TWO unit apartment - Cose in. Just been re-conditioned priced for quick sale. Small down payment, balance monthly. HOMES — 6 room modern home. East Third st. Nice neighborhood. Close to business district. Also grade school. Owner leaving city, kill finance — priced to sell. i .tllftullll 5 ROOM home. Attic Fan, carport, large storage room,, Deep lot, South Hervey, Financed FHA. $44.00 per month. Will sell equity for $700.00. This home is worth the money. J. I. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. Bobcats Picked OverGurdon Friday Night 8y RAY STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK 1*1 This football forecaster booster! hi'» selection average to a healthy .704 last week despite the fact that so far h«'s been unable to got tight with the Arkansas Razorbacks. For three straight iveeks, he has picked Arkansas to 4 loso, and each time the un-coopetative Porkers have won. Since the law of averages now is definitely on his side, he'll stick with Arkansas' oppo nents and take Ole Miss next Saturday. Ole Miss has more at stake tin the contest since the game wiil count as a Southeast Conference affair for the Rebels. That, plus the fact that Ole Miss, has been undefeated in five outings is enough ta give tli2 visitors an edge say .14-7; Around the Arkansas Itnercol- legiate /Conference, thorn shouldn't be any upsets, with Arkansas Tech taking' Little Rock Junior College; Southwestern of Momphia downing Henflrix; and Ozarks stopping Hen clcivson. ;tTndefeated Tech gets a rest from its conference warfare, but tihe Wonder Boys will have to play ,their best to contain LRJC. Still, Tech looks like a 28-13 winner. Southwestern is of unknown qualify, but Hendrix is known wall enough to rate the short end of Classen Picks Mississippi to Down Porkers Sax ton Beats Gavilan for World Crown By MURRAY ROSE PHILADELPHIA J"hnny Saxton, won the welterweight title By HAROLD" CLAASfeN from Kid Gavilan last night. NEW YORK yfl Hurricane! Today, .\vi1h cries of "robbers' Hazel smashed our crystal bowl fl ' om * e . Gavitan Mnl / D . ,° choln * .... •./,.. around him, Saxton went into court lo face a possible 15-day sentence and this week's football selections are made by sticking an old-fash- :: •" — - • —y " : ,- • ~,-. ,,. ioned hat pin into tomorrows oa "?..»- charged Avilh 12 traffic via lations-. •!I hole the judge will give me a break." said the 24-year-old New Yorker. Gavilan insisted he got no breaks last night when a highly controversial unanimou • 15-round decision relieved him of tho 14Y- pound crown he had worn for 3',£ years. While the refci:ec and two judges >vore in accord and. hnd Saxlon the champion by the 12vh round barring a knocking, 20 of 22 box ing writers at the ringside had Gavilan the winner in what had to be the worse fight of his -career. 'Gavilan, alternately crying and '•creaming end alternately retiring and unretiring, sobbed after tin; per. No matter what method of pick ing, it should be »ri improvement ovc r last week's effort-?, when there wero 17 misses in 48 picks fo" a puny .646 avera^o. Thnt lowered the seasonal mark to .728 with 166 correct and (33 wrong. This week's forecast: Oklahoma over Kansas State: Here's wishing.the entire list could be -as easy Ohio State over Wisconsin: The Ohio State lino, the game's big question mark, to got;. inspiration from the Buckeye fan.-;. But it will be. bruising task to keep, Alan Ameche, Jim I luska in check. Coach Frank Koon's Mountaineers from Ozarks weren't supposed to be tough this season, but they've looked good in losing only cne game to date. Henderson is 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 J Service If AND USED GUASS .id 1 ' Installed, wholesale if?} and 'retail,., " • -• 1/ifA.ND, USED PARTS ,j8V'Carjs> $e<? us .before yr r yjou bu y- i * - PORTER Nafl A*v»rtliln« Rcprasentativait Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick •Ida,, Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas iank Bldg,, Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., Ne* York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Pcnobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bld&., Oklahoma City 2, Okla, Member ot The Associated Press; The Associated Press Is entitled exclusive!/ to the use for republlcatlon of oil the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP newi dispatches. Funeral Directors 7-2228 21-3t Wanted w. pompfete Partt and >'Service, for Holland Balers f ord Tractors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-J Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL 'ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas, Call 7-5505 lor our agents A23-1 Mo. j or Writ* illin Tractor Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine' Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. For Sole or Rent ; MIDDLEBROOK5 Jr. " Phoiif TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5860 or 22-6666. 19-1 Mo. WANTED' :j TO BUY ' One inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifications write— ' GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE, ARKANSAS WE need several homes located around edge of Hope with 3 to 10 acres of land. J, I. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. 7-2228 21-3t itf a _, ne, so Ozarks should triumph by 4-6. Arkansas State can't ' find that .'inning combination .this year, -oach Glen Harmeson. may tin- ovcr.it next Saturday, but let's ake Southwestern Louisiana 13-6 The high school skirmishes start Thursday night with one major <amc. Russellville, wliich has play d well against opponents in its lass, shou-d take Clarksvilla by it least one touchdown. Little Rock and El Dorado clash n the big game'Friday night with he Big Seven Conference title jrobably at stake. The winner hould have no trouble in capturing he loop crown. .321 Dorado is undefeated in six contests, while Little Rock has lost ,wo decisions to out-of-state opjw nents This is supposed .to be El Dorado's year, but let's string along with defending champion Lit le Rock by 7-6 . Fort Smith, which Is improving with age, is a good bet to top Texarkana: Malvern should have no .rouble with Hot Springs: North Little Rock probably will take Tonesboro; and Pine Bluff has a good chance to - edge rugged Camden In other Friday night high school pames, it looks like Springfield, Mo over Fayetteville Harrison ever Rogers St. Anne's of Fort Smith over St Joseph's of Muskogee, Okla Springdale over Bentonville Subiaco over Booncville Van Buren over Huutsville East Side of Memphis over Blytheville Newport over Paragould Benton over Arkadelphia Conway over Searcy Crossett over Lake Vil 1 a ge Mag nolia over F ai rview Frodyce over Risen Hope over Gurdon Alma over Siloam pring's . . . . Batesville over McCrory • Poca- lontas over Harrisburg. Osceola ver Keiser. Menn over Mans- ield . .Morrilton over Catholic High of Little Rock. . Stuttgart over Helena . . ., DeQueen over Smackovei 1 . McGehe e over Star UCLA over Oregon State: Jack fight: Ellen a, UCLA tackle, on? of best v people don't talk for nothing. I know from the first' round on .hat I cannot win. The referee he gives Saxton everythini; his way. I no want to fight no more, I give my left hancl-I give ' my ' right land to the Pennsylvania commission. .Everything slcenk." Old Miss Leads in About AI! Departments NEW YORK (ff> — At Oxford, Miss., Boulder, Colo., and-Boston, Mass.. outstanding • dctenso .goes hand in hand with outstanding offense-even though in -Boston' it takes two schools to provide the combination. Boston College i:; the country's top major rollegc team in tot:il. defense, NCCA • Service Bureau .statistics showed-today. It is . so.cond in ground defense and third in points allowed. And playing jiist a few blocks away is Boston Uni versity, which ranks. No. 2 in total offense and scoring. . * • . Mississippi is No. 1.in. ground , defense and well as in total offense and in passing Colorado ha.'; lermittcd the opposition .the least lumber of points, is the country's op running team and' is 10th in defense, allowing an average of 81.6 yards a game. • Naturally, with such advantages. :acli of the four teams is unde- eated. Boston College has given four opponents only 139.5 yards a game md is far ahead in this department. Richmond has yielded 1526. Alabama 153.8, Mississippi 163.2 in country, and all his mates arc above average. Missfssippi 'over' Arkansas:' A contest featuring two of tho country's upbeaten elevens. Statistics show that Mississippi has the strongest offense, tho bost. passing rntl is-the nation's stingiest when it : pome's to ' yielding yardage. That's a rugged combination. Minnesota over Michigan: The MeNhmara'brothers' maka the difference. Army over Columbia: To win this one, Columbia noocls 11 Claude Benhams and has only one. Trie others without comment: THURSDAY South Carolina over Clemson FRIDAY NIGHT Fjurman over Davidson. Wichita over Denver, Detroit over Tulsa. George Washington ..-over William i fo Mary, Maryland over Miami SATURDAY EAST: Boston College over Springfield, Brown over Temple, Delaware over Connecticut, Harvard over Dartmouth. Boston University .over Holy Cross, Rutgers over Lehigh, Navy over Penn, Pittsburgh over Northwestern. allowed 3.3 points a game, Alabama 4.2 a:n1 Boston College 5.8. Maryland, Wisconsin, Minnesota, UCLA. Georgia, Mississippi and Navy have permitted cnly sevsn points a game The new pass defense leader is Texas A&M. which has allowed only 30.8 aerial yards per game. Wyoming has 'permitted fewest completions, 11, for the lowest average 26.3 per cent. Kansas and Iowa State are eighth and rinlh in pass defense. Wichita, however, is tho kick return leader. It's No. 1 in punt runbacks with 20.0 yard.-, a try. and second with kickoffs at 29.9 Arizona is ihe kickoff. leader with 31.1. UCLA leads in pass interceptions with 13 and interception yardage with 27.6. Its . the most passed against team in the coun try, 118 attempts being made against it in five ;{aines. Army turned in the outstanding pass defense feat <;f the season sc far at Duke Saturday. Tt held the Blue Devils to one completion for a loss of nine yards. DRIVE-IN SERVICE MADISON, Wis., fUP) Firemen here arc dispensing "drive-in" ser vice. Kenneth Mistole drove his chimp truck into a fire station yard yes torday and sat patiently by wliile the men in blue extinguished a fire in his load of trash.. NCAA Places \ Miami, Others on Probation NEW ORLEANS I/Pi The ambl tious University of Miami (Fla., rising to national football prominence in tho past few years, today faced the-possibility of zo'mg through the season undefeated and sitting out New. Year's Day i without an invitation to a bowl game. The National Collegiate Athletic Association handed Miami and City College of New York one t year probations yesterday tor alleged infractions of NCAA regulations. ' The 18-mombcr executive council of the NCAA also reprimanded Ihe University of Portland (Ore.) and Western. Illinois Stain College at Macomb for reported violations of other NCAA rules.- The committee on rules infraC tions reported Portland violated NCAA regulations by conducting _ tryouts for 11 prospective basket- ' ball players last April while Western Illinois State participated in the Corn Bowl football game at Bloomingto. 111., last Nov. 20. The Corn Bowl is net recognized by the NCAA. y, dtfatat 81,19S4 MOM SfAft, W0*»l 4j Here's Map of Little Missouri-Ozan Cr Princeton over -Cornell, Yale over Colgate.' SOUTH: West- .Virginia over VMI, Alamaba over Mississippi State..' The Citadel over Presbyterian, Florida over Louisiana State, Duke over North Carolina State, "• Wake Forest over North Carolina, Georgia over Tulane, Virginia-Tech over Virginia, Georgia Tech over Kentucky MIDWEST: Colorado over Nebraska, Michigan State ovor Pur clue, Illinois over Syracuse, Iowa over Indiana, Marquette over Fqrdha'm, Missouri over Iowa State. SOUTHWET: Baylor over Texas A£M, Oklahoma A.tM over Hardin Simmons, liice over Texas, Texas Christian over Penn State, SMU over Kansas;. FAR WEST: Arizona State over West Texas State, Montana over Brigham Young, Arizona over New Mexico, Oregon over San Jose, Texas Tech .over .College of Pa cific,' Southern California over California, Washington over Stanford Utah State over Colorado' A&M, Washington State over Idaho, Wyoming over Utah. Real Estate for Sale Lost 6.70 x 15 FORD wheel and casing, highway 4, East of Hope. Notify P. H. Cofield, Emmet. 18-3t New l r A AfiffU ^ Tarp* *~ Ooore Army Mn BARGAIN HOUSE ' NORTH side 6 room home excellent condition. South side 3 bedroom home, garage, extra pice. East side 5 room home good condition 150 x 200 lot. West side 5 room home across the street from school,'-We have these and other homes to sell and the price is light. FARM and ranch land — 70 acres 4 room house electric lighted barn and out buildings. 103 acres, 4 miles Hope, 2 houses, 5 & 6 rooms with electricity and water in nouses, Rutane gas, barns and other farm buildings, Ever lasting water through pasture. We have these and other farms large or small to sell. R. D, FRANKWN COMPANY }0g SOUTH MAIN ST. 18-6t BED roll, fitted picnic basket Stanley hair brush' and alarm clock. Somewhere between Nash ville and Lewisville on highway 4-29. Reward offered. Jim Keith Route 1, McKamie. 18-3 R*nt 4 room apartment. Electric refrigerator. Garage. No children. Mrs. Ann* Judson, 820 N. Him- l-« The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or brlnfl Item* to MlM Turner at Kicks Funeral Home PROUD STORKS COUNCIL BLUFFS. la., (UP An. eight-pound baby boy was born yesterday. The proud parents are Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Stork. and Navy 167.8. On the ground Mississippi has had fivd foes to 528 yards a game, keeping Tulane, its last victim, down to 1£V Boston College has allowed 77.8. Yale 78.0 Oklahoma 78.8 and UCLA With such a 906 line. Mississippi takes on Arkansas, another unbeaten eleven, Saturday But if Ole Miss stops Arkansas dead, the Hazorbacks are well equipped tc kick oi.it of danger. They lead the punting column with 43.5 yards a kick, a considerable advantage over the other three 40 plus teams Illinois (40.8), Kansas State (40.7 and New Mexico (40.0. Kansas is ninth with a 38.5 yard average Only three teams havs held the opposition to an average of under a touchdown a game Colorado has WHISKEY STILL STILL PULASKI, Tenn.', (UP) Three ocal farmers were telling a sheriff he couldn't search their iouse without a warrant when the louse suddenly exploded in fames ind burned to tha ground. The three Garand Enfill, 41; Ben Twitly, 46; and Henry Johnson, 32 wre charged with moon- shining and arson by officers who poked through ruins of the house and found a whiskey still. Deep-down comfort in dress-up socks "• ."*#•> : ., . • •' -:. • plcte. Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 held its Flag Dedication program Sunday, October 17, at the American Legion Hut. It was well attended and'/a post from Texarkana was well represented also. The address wad delivered by the Rev. A. L. Harris rom Prescott. Free bar-b-que was erved alter the prpgram. .The Altar Gift Club of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will meet Sunday, October 24. at the home of Mrs. Sarah Hamilton at 5 p. m. w ,^,,^ sfovcunditioneil one and two bedroom, apartments redecorated inside S n4 put, A nice place to Uve tor reasonable rent. J. I. ~ WH 1 AT W f O 7- 822?- ' Mf J89k?, Wire stretchers, Pqft dlggerfc. Tarps, Reaves Par* House and pawn Sh.op, 205 , Walwjt, Phone 7-2471. 184 MO. >$% RES rooms. 3 miles Mrs. J- W, The Spiritual of Zlon singers of Magnolia will render a program Of peeBee JMemorial Church Sunday, October 24, at 3 p. m. The public is invited. The Rev. G. Paschal and mem Uers of Bethel AMB'Church, and the Rev. F. K. Powell and members of Lonoke Baptist Church will wor ship at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Sunday night, October .... The Rev. F' K. Powell will do the preaching. Th,e pwblip is invited There will be a School Carniva given at Clow Trailing School Fri day night, October 29. at 7:30 " " Flowers is sponsor. HW""'JF<*' 4 "-T-r-~»Y" « • ftjjpnM«!<i 4 room, apart Pomp Arnold of Emmet died at his, iiojiM? TujMay, October Prune Uyer CAKI With fruit iging Applesquce 6AKI Blueberry P1I Brown'N'Serve Rellf fresh Dgily JOE'S CITY BAKERY FLEXIBLE NYLON .-MCK/ •-t-r-e-t'C-h-e-s f or per! tcl 1 8* ^ There's not one thread of elasU? in tb,« body a<na?ing Flexible Rib SOP^. Nfl WW«?r y°W «.*.» str?t?b to fit you fw«/y»- without binding prt Ths *cret is ft special twist in the smooth nylon yarn being nylon Ihey wash perfectly! dry ~ r^d just ^on't wear o$ 4 QQ |fc BURNS i JJJS^^i^^^&i^^ ^^^w •> j Serving You Since 1896 FREE DELIVERY — DIAL 7-4431 ; te Lai* Gce*$on NARROWS DAM LEGEND Completed Channel Improvement Proposed Channel Improvement Completed Levee Miles above Mouth • , v$*& fa f$tj , f^/4|p%-g ' ~ Z.^Afp*" >"\,* * r > '--^ '"W^ni / "> 1 'j a UPSTREAM UMIT OF FEDERAL PROJECT - iurfreesboro -a 0\ { K ^Antoine Brings You Another Week of Borgains DRESSED FRYERS FRESH DRESSED HENS WHOLE 6 TO 12 POUND CURED HAMS SKINLESS WEINERS GOOD GRADE STEWMEAT Lbs. J MISSOURI Delight C L >kolona A -k K <r^ Ce >yton l?v Native S NASHVILLE % S T E o <iH 4 L _r ^ Blevins o %< ( °~ o ' ^S^PB ^r^--*-^^^ J? ~ ^^ Summit ^-^PSmithtoiv S/ssr^--^ JpGURDON w XBTD Tm 67 CO UPSTREAM UMIT OF FEDERAL PROJECT r PRESCOTT N E V, A^ D A PURE GROUND BEEF Lbs. ALL MEAT SAUSAG Lbs. i JL BEEF ....rfft'JV-*. .^-•....^Zu-' LIVER c Lb. BABY BEEF ROAST Lb. • .itypfft® «As£^'&t -••v. -^%?!i r v - /,-,,, -r,'%^^\m •' ' ' •"„ ?^." t W-r,VtOT O' U A l -C H •-H^MM ' ' / -• , -: -':.&*SJi //• HOPE BABY BEEF SIRLOINS c Lb. DELICIOUS T BONES c Lb. DELICIOUS ROUND STEM C Lb. DRY SALT MEAT c Lb. 25 POUNP 5ACK Lightcrusf Flour Ark-La Hearings Are Rescheduled LITTLE ROCK '#> Arkansas Public Service Commission hear- ings on Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co.'s application lor a rate increase probably will not be re- r.umed Monday as had been sehed uled. PSC Chairman Lewis Hobinson Sock 25 IB, PAIL ^ PURE LARD FRI5H EGGS SMALt SIZE HQMIOROWN SWEET POTATOES ,C U. ., TURNIP GRIP 1 * ft. .. . . ^ i-..-,. A 1s\j M / * , H/t Just- Arrived T JACK TAR TOGS Cute as q little gentleman in group-up style. Just the thing for the well dressed younger set. Solid rnqtching slacks with striped and checked jackets. Come in and see them! HALL-MCNEILL TOT ' LA.'Little' People to Fight Smog LOS ANGELES (UP) -Some ',000 residents of Los Angeles county banded together today to ight a "little people's" war against the smog wh^'h has enveloped this areq for 15 jiays. They held a rnass Hieeljin? in nearby Pasadena last night, to "organize for battle and to enlist 10U,- )00 people in our cause." The meeting ws .sponsored by the citizens' anti-smog action com mittee and attended by representa lives "'"of Los Angeles county's -18 cities and towns which have been plagued by the choking atmos phere pall, "We are going to organize the Jittle people into a united force." Jfames Lee, a co-chairman o the committee, told the meeting. "We want the lav/ enforced. I we need a stronger law lot ou publJ9 officials whosi; duty it is ti make-laws, make one. "We will cooperato with anyou sincerely dedicated to tho elimina tion of sm,og, but we will oppos, anyone and every wo who seeks t compromise with our only enem smog," said the commission probabl would postpone the g^s compan to avoid conflict with th TT ,,. hearJog pn A r K& n ?as Pow «ni Light Po.'s rue boost ap ess company) is seeking - ' fl year |flcre a §e, $535,000 Job to Be Launched Soon By Corps Of Engmeers (Map and text released by Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg Disi) J The construction of the flood-control project for the Little Missouri River Basin, was authorized by the Flood Control Act of 18 August 1941. The project includes: The multiple-purpose Narrows Dam and Reservoir, completed in June 1951 Channel improvement and levee repairs on Te'rre Noire Creek, which was completed in April 1948, Channel improvement on the .Little Missopri River below Murfreesboro, Arkansas, and on the lower 15 miles of Ozan Creek. Funds for the construction of the cannel improvement work on Little Missouri River and Ozan Creek were included in the fiscal year 1955 appropriations, and the Vicksburg District, Corps of Engineers, is now engaged in the preparation of plans and specifications for the work. It is expected that a contract will be let for the improvement within the next few months. The work on Little Missouri River will consist of the excavation of a total of 31 channel cut-offs between the mouth of the river and the mouth of Ozan Creek, and for clearing and snagging of the channel upstream from the mouth of Ozan Creek to the vicinity of Murfreesboro. The improvement on Ozan Creek consists of the exca- vption of 20 cut-offs located between its mouth and mile 15. These two projects will complete the comprehensive flood-control improvements for the Uttle Missouri River Basin, and will provide essentially complete protection against flooding tp approximately 3Q,OOQ acres in the flood plain down?tregm from the Narrows Reservoir and partial protection agginst flooding to approximately 73,000 acres. .. / FLOOD CONTROL:; IMPROVEMENTS LITTLE OZAN AND TERRE ARKANSAS The total estirng,te4 cost QZBO Qre? H proj«*s is If tfop Little^ Missouri River Near Record of Livestock Feed Grain WASHINGTON. (UP The Agriculture Department has lore cast a near-record supply of livfl' stock feed grain lor the 1954-55 season, but said there will lit "critically short" supplies in same areas. The department, in a n-port made public last night, predicted that 178,000,000 tons of feed grains and other concentrates will be on hand, an increase of lour percent over 1953-54. Because of an anticipated increase of three or four percent in the number of gru in-consuming livestock, chiefly hog.i, the supply per animal wll be about the same as last year. The department said that as In the past two years, supplies "vary widely" by areas, ranging (vwn "ample" in most of tho north cetir tral region to "critically short" U. large areas of the south and Jo some mountain states. Drought emergency feed programs are -•"•• under way w the short area?. The report sajd supplies, pf alone "will fall swewhnj" i ,_ total requirements" AS a. result, it said, "com prices slviuW "'"" later in the year when swppUes. _come tight, ans| sgroe °f we &*¥» eminent-owned suypjyia pom - 1 —- 1J mpye into i\s0<" Supplies of pats, bariay &.,„ gljume $re «u afeqw 3 yp«r Prices «f lh,esp t' «xpect<4 to " ' v*' .'V t *»^^r^ 'MSils - - ^ ,;-") ' »«",rtS|5'!Mft .; -,i •(tf>c - ' k ' £* V J,/-j 8 Pound PURI r|J! 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