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All dally classified advertising copy Will be Accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to rtylM or edit all advertisements of' fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising fub- InrHatt.ofXHW or mert lett»fi, groups or flguiek such at hbuse or felephbne 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:, PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers', Tarps, Reaves Bargain House, and :Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phone 7,2471. 18-1 Mo. Stor of Hap* li»9( Prels 1*27 January II, m* Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING co. > C. C. Palmer, President • Alex. H. Weshburn, Secy-Tie*. ,. ' at Tfi« Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Street , , < Hope, Arkansas 'Alex. H. Wothbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Joner, Managing Editor Jstt M.'Devit, Advertising Manager George W- Hosmer, Moch. Supt. Entered aV i«cond closi matter «t .Hie Past Office at Hope, Arkansas, sinder the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Au'dlt Bureau of • • • Circulations • Subscription Rates (payable In ad' , , vance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring , towns— Per 1 Weelc 25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- .85 - 1.60 2.60 » 4.50 t One) ntofifn Three'' months ,.., tlx months On* year >...i...i-....,.. f All 'Other moll— On* mbrttri:. Threw months $lx months DIM year,.-.., 1.10 3.25 6.50 13.00 Repreienratlvesi r Inc.; 1602 Sterick 2, ., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas __„ BldgfKDallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan .Ave;, Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St.,' New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 -•enobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; vTermlnol Bldg,, Oklahoma City 2, Oklo. ' •"'•"' ••,' ' Member of The Asipclated Press: The', Asjoelated Press Is entitled exclusively' to the use for republlcatjon Of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well at all AP news dispatches. Funeral Directors QAKCREST FUNERAL HOME fi INSURANCE , . . AMBULANCE 2ND fc'HAiZEL . . . PHONE 7-212 For Sale - Ldybway Open on TRIKES - BIK6S AND - DOLLS OKLAHOMA f (fife & SUPPLY COMPANY. '" 'ANSY Plants, large flowering, best plants, Monts Seed Store.. » • - ••;•'•'-: ••' i-3t ti-30 LEARER Action Rifle, $30. Youth tied, $12.50. All wool size 6x Cpat hat and snow pants, $5. 7-2(322. 2-3t 'HREE redbohe Hounds, one, two and three years old. Treeing. M. J. Cop'erarid, Nashville, Ark; 2-tit ROOM-modern home, Floor furnace, attic fan. 1305 South Hervey.' Small down payment, 'bal-' ance -like rent. Phone 7-4508. 3-3t For Rent r.'-furnished 4 roorri apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. ' 23-tf . duplex .apartment - three 'rooms arid .bath. Located at.404 West Fifth street'. Call. .' ' FOSTER REALTY CO.. 117 South Main' Phone PR 7-4691 Help Wanted WANTED' AT ONCE - Rawieigh Dpaler in Hope. For particulars see A. L. McBeth, 355 Pine street. Stamps;.Ark., or write Rawleigh's Dept. AKKl-G4iJR, Memphis, Tenm • 3-lt The Negro Gommunify By; Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hlcka Funeral Home) Rev. J. H. Covington, former pastor of Bethel AME' Church, who resided in Texarkana was killed accidently .on the highway between McNeil ajid.;:.Waldo Tuesday morn- S', November 2. 'He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mattie Covington; five daughters; Mrs. Doris Turner and,Mrs. Willie M- Stuart of Kalamazoo. Mich.; Miss Josephine Covington of- Little Rock, Mrs. Ester M. Jackson of Texarkana, Mrs. Tommie L. Harris, Texarkana and one son, Eurlee Covington afto of Texarkana. Funeral arrangements, are incomplete. Friendship Club will meet at the home of Mrs. '"Nathaniel Delohey Hogs Holding Some Position on UP Poll | By NORMAN MILLER NEW YORK (UJ?> UCLA, the Pacific Coast powerhouse which has exceeded even the expectation:! of its optimistic coach. Red Sander?, pulled away from Ohio State &hd Oklahoma today in the college football ratings of the United.Pross boferd of cocches. Nineteen members of the 35-man rating board picked the Bruins No. 1 this week, giving them a.l7-poiirt margin over Ohio State and 28 over Oklahoma.. La?t week, when UCLA took over the lead, it' had only eight first-place votes and onl> three points over Ohio State and OUahoma, which were ti,ed for run- nenip. Mississippi and Miami (Fla) were Ihis weeks newcomers among Ihe top 10 teams. Ole Miss returned to the select group after an ab- cence of cnc week, but Miami made it for' the "first time this season. . Arkansas remained -in- fourth place, followed by Notre Dame and Army, which exchanged the : placcs they held the previous weelc; Purdue and .Southern California jumped one notch to seventh and eighth,, respectively; with- Mississippi and Miami rounding out the top 10. Aside from UCLA, four Other teams had first-place votes; Ohio State received 10, 'Oklahoma 'four, and Purdue and Miami one each. .The 'Bruins, with sever.: straight victories and a scoring pncb ' of more than 41-. points per game, have made a sound prophet'of, Sanders, who departed from' the coaches' "crying tofyel" tradition and tabbed his. team one of the best in the country before the start of the season. . UCLA needs two more victories to realize its. unbeaten and untied objective,but both are against upset-bent P.C.C. .rivals'. The Brums meet Oregon next Saturday, and after an off-Saturday cipse their season against Southern California, Nov. 30. With ooints distributed on the basis of 10 for a first-place vbteV nine for a second and so on down' to one for a 10th'placs ballot, here is how* the teams were aligned after' UCLA:' Ohio State : 305,i Oklahoma 294,-Arkansas 200, ''Notre EParne 155, Army 125, Purdue 120 Southern California 101,' Missis sippl H5 and Miami 58. Notre Dame led the ratings for ihe first .weelc of :the presen^ sea ion and then- Oklahoma^ took over Jor ;,three- straight -weekB^;- ; b'efore UCLA moved into the top; spot one week ago.- In moving .up among the top 10 Mississippi .and Miami each vault ed five places from last week. Wis consin . and West Virginia dropped out of the select group, both victims of weekend upsets. Wisconsin fell from eighth to a tie for 15th; West Virginia from 10th to a tie for 18th. Duke, ..battling, tp regain a place SURPRISE k)RKAGE KOCK-KlSBSO D£f£N6£ FOACB4 THE ENEMY INTO SPORTS ROUNDUP .By OAYLC TALBOT. „„..„.„.., ... AD^lMo. TF lFriday riight ' November 5, at 7 ; H'ERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions or Tractor Co, CLASSES in' tap, acrobatic, ballet and' f°4-' Katharine Windsor, 104 E,'14th, Phone 7-3327. , 22-1 mo. For Sale or Rent 1ITES Business buildings on Front Stre'et, next \o Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300.- E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone ?-5860 or 22-6666. 19-1 Mo. Wonted j Control Go. inipecHon Coll IDPLiBROOKSJr. NiflhtPhorw p. m. The Community Club will meet Monday night, November 8, at the regular meeting place at 7:30 Miss Minnie Watkins and Mrs. Aline Crump'of Little Rock were the Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Mary Ella Watkins. among the lirst 10 teams, moved up to llth this weelc, followed by Iowa,,Ricet and Minnesota. Wisconsin and''Southern Methodist were tied for 15th; Cincinnati, with a perfect record, was 17th; while Navy, West Virginia and Penn State were tied for 18th place. On the basis of the ratings, next weekends top games will be the Southwest Conference clash between Arkansas (4th) and Rice By' GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK I/FT We are indebted to Gardnar Mulloy's springtly 'World Tennis" for' a ful and ob- biously' unccnsbred account of ' the 1954 U.S.S.R. tennis championships held recently at Tallin, which is described as the fastest growing, center of the sport in that cc.untry. There is no--clue as to whether the magazine's Moscow expert, John N. Washbiirn, is or has been a resident 'it the U.S.S.R. It can only be said that he writes" of his favorite athletic event with a fine, steady hand. "The individual' star of the "1954 outdoor cha'mpionships," he cords, "was: S. Aridreev, who'won the men's singles, crown and was a member "of the winning men's doubles and mixed doubles teams. This past'March the nev; champion 1 won' th'e men's indoor championships for the third tirne. "The .great, success enjoyed by Andreev in Soviet tennis circles this year is due in part to the absence of his bitter Orval N. Oze- roy, the 1953 U.S.S.R. champion, who failed to' compete in either the outdoor or indoor championships. appears to be no sound reason why the A's could not be expected to do something comparable in Kans:ft Selects Porks Over Rice in Close Game By OSCA.R f^AteY NEW YORK (UP) ,~- 1 vote ; follies .and .Ihe weekend football "winners" but remember your V6ta" is as codd its. mine. Game of the Week Arkansas over Rice, The Ra- 7orbacks let down a big last week and must have been looking toward this one. They, had a letdown coming after boating- TCtT, Baylor, Texas and Mississippi in a row and their one-touchdown sque&ker against the Texas Aggie.i ihpuld put them back "up' 1 for a tough 'Rice club' td turn in an up set, ... . . The Southwest Texas over Baylor ' The blue plate special. SMU over Texas Aggies But the Aggies are coming. . Also: Oklahoma Agiries over DC- troit, Ci ncinnati over Arizona Tempo) State, Texas Toch over Arizona, Houston over Tulsa, Har- ditt Simmons over' Texas Western and ..New Mexico'over Montana. The East. ' . Army -. over-Yale 1 • After last week) v the Cadets will be roaring Notro 1 Dame- over-Penn with a vengeance. : ^ ' Penn State - over - Holy Cross Could ,be rugged.- • Princeton over Harvard No' much choice.. Also: Darmoutli over" Columbia Colgate over Bucknell, Cornell ovei Syracuse, Bcston U. over Villa nova, West Virginia' over Ford liam; Brown over Springfield am Rutgers over Lafayette.. The South. Navy over Duke. Anybody' ball game. Miami -over Auburn A ho ball club. . • • . Georgia over Florida No cinch; here. Alabama over Tulane The; Juniors Win 25-7, Magnolia Here Friday The powerful Magnolia Panther* come to Hope Friday night for a District game with the Bobcats and t the records of the two schools are. riy indication the Hope lads art ri'for another rough one. Magnolia has had a winning sea- on so far holding victories over Fairview, Arkadelphia, Smackover, Crossett and losing to El Boradd, Texarkana and holding a tie witn ordyce. The Panthers also plat- d Haynesville, La., but the out- .; con™ could not be immediately earned. ... ' The Bobcats have, only one remaining home game alter the Friday night tangle and that is with Arkadelphia. Last night on tbe local field Steve Grain was the big gun as the Hope Juniors celebrated home- • coming by downing the Magnoia Juniors by a 25 to. 7 score. Following a- scoreless first period the Bobcats got loose. with Grain running 20 yards for the score. Vtagnolia went again on a 55 yard pass play for a TD and. made good ;h(5 extra point to lead at the- half, ! to fi . • - ..Y In the third period the Hope lads really started operating.with Tommy Polk going three yards for, /a-. . score and on a double, re verseCrarti-, went 30 yards for another marker_ giving Hope a 18-7 lead at the of .three. • .--..In the final period Grain again- scored from two yards .out; and; Tommy Polk passed to: .'Jimmy. Overtoil for the extra ' Hope winning 25 to 7, City, even though the populatior of tlje Midwestern city is fai short. of Baltimore's. Population, as a .matter of fact seems to mean lass and less these days . as enthusiasm for baseball shifts steadily away from the big E.slern". centers of its origin. Milwaukee has for the second. straight season demonstrated that a head cotmt into, the millions is not. neces- rary if you give the fans a club they can root for./ Baltimore didn't have even; that. The Orioles were only a little less deplorable than the Athletids, and yet they pulled a total of l',060,917 paying customers at the gate, or an average of about 15,81/0 per home contest. bounce back .good. Also: Maryland ever North Cai olina State,. Georgia Tech ove Tennessee, .Kentucky ever Vandei Bible Named in Nevada Vote •RENO, Nev. Democrat ,;• Al.a^. Bible, 44-year-old Reno attorney, was elected last Democratic Sen. Pat McCarran, the man 'who helped send Bible through school. ' . Bible unseated Sen. Ernest Brown, an Eisenhower Republican who was temporarily 'appointed to fill .the., remaining two' years- ' bilt, LSU over Chattanooga, W.&M. I McCarran's term. over -VMI,'.'Mississippi, over Memphis State,.; Mississippi State over brth- Texas State, •Clemson ever u'rman, VPI over George Washington and South Carolina over brth Carolina. .The Midwest: Ohio State over Pitt Can't ase up. : Oklahoma over Iowa Stale Valkin', cousin. . .Minnesota. over Oregon State. n oo much all-around strength. Mrs. Cora L .Smith and son Stanley have returned home after spending a week in Little Rock visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Woods and daughters of Cleveland, Ohio spent Sunday with , Mrs. Woods, father. Rev. H, T, Trent. WANTED O BUY .. 'inch rough green Oak Lumber -f . regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specification? write' — . ,'GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE, ARKANSAS The Community Club will meet Monday, November 8, at the regular meeting place. All members are asked to be present and on time at 7:30 p. m. Keystone Lodge No, 43 will meet Tuesday night, November 2, at the regular meeting place. All members are asked to be present and on time at 8 p. m. Mrs. Pauline Ellis, daughter of Mrs. Classic Yerger of Hope was killed accidentally in Dallas, Tex., Saturday,' October 30. I have as yet been unable to discover whether tennis, player Ozerov has had his head lopped ;c'ff in a political purge, or whether he simply' withdrew from tennis for physical reasons deriving from a bad right knee, which was oper- (13), and the Big Ten battle be- ate'd on back in 1951. In any case, ' -------- chamion Purdue 7th and Iowa jt ls . m? 3 *-, unusual for a champion tween (12th). Six other teams received points in this week's ratings: Baylor, Tex as Christian, Nebraska, Maryland, Pittsburgh and; Colorado. Cut Finger May Finish Reynolds OKLAHOMA CITY 'ffi Allie Reynolds, the big Indian righthand- er who reached the major league heights during an eight-year spon with the New York Yankoos, may pitched his last baseb.all Mrs. Gssa M. Strong and daughter, Phillis Regina of Chicago, 111., are visiting their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Arena Williams, and other relatives. Fights Last Night OP woman for perl ttm,e sales , have car. J^xperience .Commission, Writ* 1 Box, ^ Pope, Ar» giving name, address |or By United Press Washington, D, C. Willie Troy, 164, Washington, stopped Tommy Thompson, 169, -Quantico, Va. Cb'). Miami .Beach, Fla. Paul Andrews. 134, Buffalo, N. Y., stopped Bo Willis, 187, Miami Fla. (2>. Chicago ' Tommy Maddox H7, Chicago, stopped Danny Stopano- vich, H8, Pittsburgh, Pa. <6), Survtct t OH»rt4 Top Radio Programs NEW yOKK Wl Selected radio programs, tonight: ' NBC-CBS-ABC 8: ap Queen Mother $H?iibeth address recorded. NB Q 7:30 ^4U CuUeij Qui?: 8 have game. A nasty cut on the right index linger added new fuel to retirement rumors which were already persistent because of his (age he'll be 38 in February and a chronic back ailment. He cut the finger to the bone in a shower room accident last Thursday in Colorado Springs, Colo, following a deei hunt. With this development, there are three big question maks surrounding his baseball future: 1. Whether the grafting operation performed after the accidejil will prevent the crippling of his pitching hand. 2. HOW his back feels in spring raining. 3. Suce'ess of his oil business, vhit-h will determine wheljier he •vauls to pilch another year foi ;he $130,000 or 'so he can expect :o earn. Reynolds, who hr>s pften hinted at retirement the past two years, indicated he won't make his decision vnty he sees how the cut actually affects his pitching. ONE YOTfT^ ;n the 'Soviet Union to fail to de- 'end his title without this fact being mentioned in the Soviet press." It should be inserted iiere that this sort of thing almost never happens in American tennis circles, tf a- defending, champion doesn't rhow up- for the nationals someone is sure to comment ' upon his absence.. ''The most talked about match cl' the whole tournament,' ' the Washburn account continues,, "was the semifinal match of the men's singles between S. Andreev and B. Novikov, won by Andreev by default. The match had been set for 10 a.m., and the rules stato that players must arrive 10 minutes before a -match. "Novikov was several minutes late, whereupon the. corps of officials defaulted him and declared Andreev the winner despite th2 pretest of comrade Novikov. '•The fact that Novikov':; quarterfinal match lasted 4 hours and 10 minutes may have caused him to seek an additional five minutes in the sack' that fatal .morning. In any case, the prevailing opiix- ion, as expressed by repot ter B. Aleksandrov, was that justice had been done and that this would be a good lesson for tlfe young athletes of the U.S.S.R." There is no indication that B. Novikov was asked what he thought. CBS 7 FBJ drwna. "$25,000 JEiond'^: 8:l§ j^r. ?n,4 |&r§. North. Lone finger; Town, M,eetjbft Qur NEW YORK The most time ly reading of the week in sports circles comes in the form of a pamphlet mailed to each of the stockholders of the Baltimore l Club, Inc., disclosing that Skating Star Sonja Henie received <>ne write-in vote for- governor pf Tennessee. ATLANTA, (JfP) lion official? found one; ballot the for I the Orioles in their first .-season of freedom from St. Louis have earned 'a tidy net profit of $942,153.29 after estimated taxes. Now, there is a nice, fat figure \yhich the presidents of seven other American League clubs should be able to read and Assimilate without any great metal strain as they mull over their final decision on the landing place of the Philadej phte Athletics. Jt's as simple es that. A club lost $707,000 operating Browns the prp. poured into new sod moved ir.to a new and, sgmff u?i8r Rice Team to Go Ail-Out to Beat Porks By The Associated Press Southwest Conference football teams should be in their best condition of the season Saturday when they play three important games. Rice Coach Jess Neely came mighty close to predicting his team would give Arkansas the fight of ts life in the conference headliner at Little Rock. "i think our boys are thoroughly conscious' that the blue chips wil down Saturday - and will give t an all-cut effort," said Neely as le drove his Owls hard for the game \yith unbeaten, untied Arkan sas on a day when Rice must wir ;p stay in the race. Backs Dicky Moegle and Morris Stone missed scrimmage yesterdaiy but they'll be in the thick of the workout today. Arkansas scrimmaged behinc .ockcd gates.'It was the first week n three for the Razbrbacks to have a full-dress scrimmage. There were no injuries among .he Razorbaoks. Baylor, which has gone into ev cry contest thus far with at leas one keyman on the injury list expects to be at full strength as he Golden.Bears make their bic :b stay in the championship race against texas. Word today was that the Ftartin; ackles, James Ray Smith and Bil 3reen, v/ho have been har.dlcapper by various hurts, will be able to ive their all against the Long liorns. And with L. G. Dupre, mear of the ground attack, hU robus telf again the Bears should be a their height. Texas will have several of th< players put out of action becausi of disciplinary measures back ti bolster its resurgence that was evt denced in a terrific second hal against Southern Methodist las week. Tackle }Ierb Gray, who wa demoted from tho starting lineup will be one of the chastened play crs due to return to action. "The boys havo paid the! penalty," sr.id Coach Ed Price "They have been working hard an deserve an opportunity to pla Saturday." . Texas A&M was told by scon Jerry Claibrirne that the Aggie would meet the best football team cf the season Saturday when the play Southern Methodist at Dallas At Dallas Coach Chalme Woodard had some words of warn ing for his Southern Method!* team, toe. He said A&M would b the best conditioned team SM bias gone up against.. 5>aut,hern Methodist and both 9?e devoid of injuries, Texas Christian doesn't play this week but the scwwo) ave to stay "up." Aiso: Michigan State, over Wash- ngton State, Michigan over Illi- ois, Wisconsin byer Northwestern, ndiana over Miami, (3., Colorado ver Missouri, Nebraska over Kah- as, Boston-College over Marquette nd Kansas.' State' over Drake. The West. . UCLA 'over' Oregon They got- a. have sompin.' ' ' Southern Cal over Stanford Throw away, the book. . California , over Washington But lady' beware. . • Also':'; COP over San Jcse State, Wyoming over: Ut ; ah State, Denvei Iowa. over Purdue But they iver'Brigham Young and iver -Colorado ; Aggies. Utah OUT OF DOORS with 'Proba'bly 'the' '.most -important news in : fishing tackle this year is 'the' arrival of fiberglass reels. The-: Shakespeare ' Company who produced'hand marketed the first ;lass rods,.- recently unveiled a number of salt-w.ater .and heavy duty:fr'esh->vater bait casting' reels which, might 'well revolutionize the entire relell industry. . ' , Two -;bigv adya'.nta'ges are apparent in-gla ss-reels —-no more cor- rosio'n'.i or\rusting, ••:• and no more justed;spools ': from-'the pressure of monofiiaraent'liner It's only a mat- :er of .time •. before manufaturer's use fiberglass in. salt-water fly and spinning: reels. Swivels are the '• cheapest item of a casting outfit, yet the swivel which prevents your line from ;wisting and serves as a connec- (31.7= ,ion to your lure is' just as impor- ,ant as reel or rod when spinning. , ' If a spinning line gets twisted, casting becomes impossible. If you are using a swivel when your line shows the slightest twist, cut the swivel off and tie on a new one. Sometimes 'a, swivel will • stop working because dirt, moss, or grime has stuck to the working parts but often, slight imperfections in the wire or unseen corrosion causes the malfunction. Speaking of spinning tackle main- tajnance, be especially carcfu} of" th epickup mechanism which gets hiore wear than any other part of your reel. Sometimes the roller and bail. arm will be pinned but usually they are joined with screw and nut which tend to loosen. These must be checked continually, and tightened as necessary, Losing either part m.ight easily put the end to your fishing trip. We used to. rag the camp cook about his flapjacks, with a little syrup they would make good wader patches. But I'd rather eat featherweight flapjacks and>keep a repair kit tucketf & the Wily pouch of piy waders,. For 50 cents or thereabouts, you have insurance against a wet shirt tail Some peonjp Jlj^f'Ja vajje to '^ 4e ^ mf" " "*--"~M LEFT Ihj HURRY KNOXVlLLB, Mrs. §u, 5 i e it " If At; Mft, ^ Ndvetftfcer 3, IT NEVER STAYS IN MY POCKEt LONG POR THERE'S A MAr- AT THE BACK OOQf WITH A PACKAGE CCXLECT/TWEMTV TWO DOLLARS YOUR BILL. IS SIXTEEN DOLLARS Bv ). ft. Williftfttl VIC fLINt OUTOUltWAIf •VHSttE X WOKX, £ RAde Mld*H J f AlW't GOT MUCH ' LEPT WHEM VOU ,._ 6IT CAUGHT feMdKlW J«^ QUICKER IN A Blfi> TH' FIRE TOWEt? {5EPOR.TEP Arisw«r ^to Previous Pintzle HERE IU THIS. 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I Heavy tord . i 2 Press EVEN TH' COLOR 50P TH 1 PLATED!' With Major Hoopl OUR BOARDIN6 HOUSE AS SOAPED step, UNCLE eL5U5V— eSAO,LBAI«JDeR/-/V\V. PORTRWT OF •SHAKESPEARE 16 TAKlNS 6UAPS .. * , j i s A »-i— / x —i • i PRVI.MS eves QF.-mose VBTuSs/^'glJT"^Ow!S6 ACT. I'M ACCOfcDlMS VOU AND MEH BUDDileb , jZKXSte*: 'A&Jtetiirie^XC&iitfK ^ By Dick Turner CARNIVAL iUGS BUNNY By Henhbergei FUNNY BUSINESS 1 ' L^"~T' r- r i .-J.T7 rr L ^r - r -i..—• . ...ii.«i «i i...-^.»<ii-^i™i-f-p--vwgQi^- =^T^i - ^ , , rf,, ^ ' '^wniMllilf TO HECK WITH MACHINE \THINK ABOUT STUCK HERE NEVER SET PACK , f TWENTIETH HIS LAB NOW// CENTURY,, T. M. M(. u. o. ra. on., fff, 1»»4 t* NtA rirrio» tg. \ tHer thlrig, Van Cleve^r-the milkman tells me you SIDE GLANCES By GalbraHh "Whenever my buddy gets winded he borrows him, from 1 the iool" ' By Nodline SeU«i WHEN * COUUD OUST SCREAM! THI STORY OF MARTHA WAYNIf get In a gwii inj^^'E^ In .other races, crossed party lines and named Re^ publican* Rep. Clifton "Young to •••& second .term as this Desert State s one congressman, ;GOP Charles RUssell held a widening lead : in his bid for a second-term. Bible ran up a 4,500-vote margin with better than 40 per cent of :fh« votes cast in what was apparently a record turnout for' an off-year elections . -: •-'.'• r. ' :-. Bible is a , self-styled State's Rights Dem o c r a. t paigned on.the promise he follow; McCarran's ' icies in'Washington. In a bitterly fought governors' race, Russell held a 2,500-vote mar-' gin over former Democratic .Gov. Vail'Pittmah, who at 71 was •attempting a political comeback; NOT •LONDON, (UP) Judge. ,A. Davies granted Mrs.- Eillen< :Doris Forbes a divorce on grounds.. husband deserted her. •'•.,.He., ruled Forbes, was not .justi-' lied in leaving home just beeavise Mrs. Forbes told him she was , j in love with another man. '.. '.. , ' • turned thumb' on wet wading. Con tinuous inimerson re 'diices the) body temperature, and plenty of people get muscular cramps in the chill waters of a trout stream. (Distributed by NEA Service)' Wyqtt Gets F»3W Votes for Governor 'LITTLE ROCK wi ,one Arkansas voter ignored the right wing and left wing elements of yesterday's general election in Arkansas. In Phillips County a voter cast his ballot for the ?ingl» win a wirte-in vote for Arr kansas football Coach Bo\yd^n Wyatt for governor. ' , Wyatt's single wing sas Ra^orback football hes won six straight games year and is- ranked No. 4 in the. nation in the Press poll.

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