Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 21, 1952 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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*' 1 M MOM itAt, MdM, jUfUNiAS CLASSIFIED Ad* Mtttl Be lo Office Day Bafort PObfleitfefl 'ANT AO HATES AiM A* PayMMe In Adt Will la Accepted '*tfBh»fl* AfMl A«om6. urtti Altow«S With The I Th* A««w»rt 11 Pay- ioltm»nf It Rendered. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Ofti f Imt „ ........... 78o por Inch I Tlrntu „.,<..,...., ...... Wo per Inch f TJrtlM ..„ ................ 60o per loch "" M ouoled *bw« or* for cere rt Irntrilem, lff«uh»r or ihlif Odi win loM fh* *>f<}ay '«»*. daily clotilllto oOv«ftl»lf>« copy o«*pnw until S p.m, for on I rolldwino (toy. r*Mrv* th* M0M to or *UH oil edvifiiKmimii of. for ouljiicBtiivi and lo r*|*ci , ,.. of one or rnwe Mten, ,' (irouw at 1 touf« *ueh 01 houMi W tflMptton* number count 01 cm* . ,.- r - Itof will not be rttpwv (or »rrw» In Wont Adi unlMi •re colled to our " 2 after /IfMT insertion of mi ana , Mien fa ONLY the ONI ln«orr*et Phont 7-3431 HOWE STAR II, o(i»rnoon by CO, WU «vifV ITAH ^U ' C,* fc' NlMtr, AWill Ml WNhltim, U>y.T(Ht. Ittr ft Hit* Mllir Ofllc* it MOM, Iht At! t» Minh I I l»r. PH. j ji'S Ih* > " lubKrlptlon Kol»l (poyobl* In od- ' In Hop* MX) ..„„. ... H*mptt«ad, Nevada, 5y«iH, rj«*ard, omJ Miller court. hlhq T.m"T"",",;mr,'"" 1.60 ,..„., , 2,60 » ,.„„.„.„„ 4,80 "" 1.10 tthi „„,.,.„ s.as ,„.,,,..„.,.,,,', I,.,,,,,,, ll.QO;:.. it'l Advtftlilna R«pf»>tntotlv«i; j DoHllH, Inc.; 1603 St»tlck M*m(*li 2, Twin., SOJ T««o» lldg., Uallfli 1, Tt*o»; J60 N. ~" Av*., Chicago I, III,; 60 I. Y«wk IT, N. Y,j 176J of the Au«clated Pr.m «,., 'the A««ioiea Pff» U tntiiltd «K*.' 1 '*. uw (0f jepubilwMon t0 ** 1 •»•** «*'"»**"»»w»- r, 01 w*M ai all AP ntwt For Sal« Ijlfc imtnodlitoly to Hop «. 150, |75» |99. »0> 8. Elm St. Hopo. 17-lm • quality Holiteln H*lf> s, $78 up. Mutation Mink, $39 »• v«»». Volght Farms. Lomlrs, Wls £'< -"AUonU, Tex«». o.ist jkW MILCH uiul _..._.. »„„,... „.,„„„, f?/ ' W«du Wamm, Phone 7-3083 at or Day Phono 7-8173, «art»«o AKBU r«palr*. Will Hell for $12,1, t«r««ted \vrit«» C. «, John- 3 Box )B4, Unohe, A^ •• 18-31 1 typewriter und stand awtttk butane cook stove " ' " 7.4W3, Jolmuon Urosg ef tame, Mid South per b»le, Due vlnn. See «t d, W. Strick, For Rtrtt 3 noOM unfurnl«h»d Mpartmeni. J'rlvdtn cnirnncei, Attic fnn. P«-cnn Grove Ap*rtmfint«, Jj| fl | 7-3471. J2-01 A PA nTMEMT?" *"T|M pcr^nTonth*. NlHhl Phonn 7-3003, Dny Phon*. 7.217ft. W»do W«rr<»n. lft.«t DtlPLKX . 'Klirit door » wiuToT' the Kroger IJiillding, Phone 7-3481. *8 L c, PUw, emu, HM Uff highway with furnl*h*d npnrlrnent. Private bull). Utllitlfn piild. Electric rpfrlgi'rfltoi, 814 E, Third, Phono 7.«:i2. 18-31 TO couple or working girl a 2 roam furnlthed flpiiitimrnl, Ullln pnld. 102 H, W»»hJn«u»n, Phono 7-2103; 18-31 '.MQRK In, ',4 block of lown, 4 room fnrnlnliod nparlmrnt. Prlvnlr- bnlh, Nrwly decornlod. No children. I'honn 7«SSM. 18-31 DUPLEX tiiifurnliihcd fl r<Him*. Idirdwond fliiori, buck porch (md Hniiiac, 211 N, llorvcy, J'hoiic , j«fy at; (i Political Announcements Tht Itsr if author!*** to announce 0>st the following art candidate! for publle office subject to the lotion of the Democratic primary elections: Tax A*i««»«r _. ------» T ^w- . wf 8. A. (Speedy) HUTSON TA For R*prei«ntstlve LBOT FEILD JR. For County JudM CLAUD H. BUTTON U. 0. aARRETT FRED A. LUCK For Sheriff C. COOK Cor Alderman Ward 1 JOE BRITT R. C. (Oob) DANIELS JOK JONES IIOOM modcirn unfurnlnhi<d ntiKij. 1-Jnd uf 13th Stn-ot, Phone 2 1 -at Notice IAUL und nprond unnd 11,2,1 yard Clrnvel available. Poy Hammoiu I'honn 7-ao,1l). JO-1M WIS re«rctt dint' it hn» become riPGdnniiry to t'lono our lain- ««uln«l public swimming and fldhlnu. Wiulo Wtirnm. in-lit WIIITK fpmnlo pupplo* 7~wep|(H old, Frew, laOD Smilh Horvry. _ _ 'l(l-3t WILL do iypln« of niPklnds, smnll or liirge John, Mrs, Thur innn IlldlltiK. Minnc 7-:i«6l. lll-.1t _ 10INO in San Antonio 24tn will tako ;i pawniu>rn. Throne, City Hall, Hopt«. lily s«i' 'O the 1 trndenrm'ti of Hope. We the umlemlgned, will not be re- NliciiiHlbto for the debts Incurred by Mm. Cecil Ann AlliKon, 210 W, AVI-, »,, Hope, Arkansas, Frances J. Pollard John Wlllard Pollurd 3.11 Randolph Ave. Windsor, Ontario, Canada 21-11 tl.UK Piiriiiu'i't from 504 W, Chp7i nut Street. PruncoU, Arkimsus. Phono Qt«or||o Toftl, \Bt 310 In Proscott, '* , jj.0, SMALL jjoid PICO pin downtown ThumUny, Ploano l»>nvi> ut M| s » Ht-nry's Gift Shop, aj.gt Wanted to Buy •IIGHKST prices" piild fo7"iio7iio grown produce. Tunu-r'n Ciroci-ry & Mnrku't, \v«nt Third. 13-Ut Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Preii HA'ITING! Andy Si'mlnU-k, R.-ds, md Do) Ennls, Phillies Som- nick hit u Ki-oud *Uun home run n }h« role of a nlnchhUU-r In the ittli inning, then- wont behind thi- >»t and «cor»>d the winning run mer hitting u. doublu In thw 10th tK the Htjds won Iho upenor, 0-3. JsnnlH b«n«i«d two doubles mid n >omo run «nd ictsrod thn-u Umcs n tho Phils' Hecond gotno 4-3 win or llu' *pllt, PITCIUNa: Hurry Dorlsh, Whlto m ,7[, Rl 'l>l«cod Chuck Slobbu viih Chlc«Ho U'atting lht« Yankeos, '•4 In Ihe t>l«hth, one out and •unnwrs on first nnd third lh> aimed pinch hitter Hunk llnuer »«d roilred the nuxl four l>iiiifi-s u prtwrve ClUcoKO'a one - run Negro Community •y Helen Turner _ . , Or T'W ', Umi to Mlat Turner •t Hlcki Funer.l Hem* Miv and Mrs. Cart Simms of St. Uttl*, Mo. % ttr« Vl«ltln« Mrs. Simm's Paints. Mr. and Mr». N. Mr, and Mrs, acorn* l/»gan of mx, .Ar|*wv», Mr, and Mrs. Jo)tn«cui of MOU« w«rt- dinner of Mrs. " For Aldermen Ward f fRKD JOHNSON DWIOHT RTfJODILL PAUI, RALKY PAT Tor Alderman Ward I II. L. HETTIG Stata Benite TOM J. Slf.VKY DR. r. C, CROW Chancellor (Pint Dlvl.lon, 6th OUtrlet) WKSUSY IIOWARD A. P. STKEL For Congrem ORION HARRIS Tho l.lhrnry of Cnniircitti hns nr- (|lilrrd n prlnlcr'H copy of the I,ln- (.iiln-nnii|>liiH Debutes nnd iil^o a Utter (ruin Abrnham Lincoln to the ChlcHKo Pri'MH nnd Tribune re- HiU'HtliiK uvi> KI.-IS of thiil news- pllpl'1'8 ri'|)llfl.>! 0,1 111!' (IflllltCN. Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 43 PR IT HKSOI.VKI) by tho House of HoprcKeninllvrn of lhi< Statf of Arluinsns n'nil by the Semite (if the Stnto of Arknnsriii, u Mn- Jorlty of All the- MemherH Kle-el- ed to Kuch HOUHO Aureeliiff Thereto: Thai the following is hereby pro- 1 posed u« nn iimendmenl to ihe Con- j xtltutlon cif the Stnle of Arlumsus, nnd upon helnK submitted to the elector* of the StHte for approval or rejection at tho next general election for Kcpre.tentotlves nnd Senators, If n majority of the elector)! votlnjj thereon, nt such hn election, adopl .such amendment, the mime ahull become u poc^.ot the Conslilullon of (he Stale of Ar". kunsnH. lo-wil; Amendrnenl No, 10 to ihe Con- Rlltutlon of the State of Arkansas, adopted by the electors of Ihis Stttto ul Ihe General Election held and eondueted on the Oth dny of November, 11)28. IH hereby amended to read im follows: SUCTION 1, It beln« most np- pnreul Unit priviitely nperiiled fiietorles, Industries nnd trnnHpur- tiitlon fuellllles nrc neeessnrv for SporfsihBHgf WWNIPEO •— John«y Palmar of North C'firollna won ih« Canadian (>p*n with a record nif<lol •core i>t 263 In the 7Mir>|« lourn.i merit, DENVF.n - Charlie Coe of Okln- homn City won the Trani-MU*U ilppl tournrirncnt with a 3 and 2 victory ovrr Buator Reed of San KIT, Tex. TENNIS JIAVERFORD, Pa. — Vic Selxas of Philndrlphln, America'* No. 1 Itinnlx player, captured the Perm- nylvtinlu championship by deftat- in« Siriiltfhl Clark of Pa«odcnn, Cullf.. (Id, fl-4, 01; Maureen Connolly, San Dle«o, Calif,, won worn on'* title. INDIANAPOLIS — Art Lornen of San Lconilro, Calif., upset top-»r?, r d- ed Dick Snvlu of Orange, N. J .. 02, 10. HO, 04. to win the wosti'in tuirnnmc-nt, By the Attoelated Pre«» AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pct.GB .614 .563 4'^ ,557 5 .551 5!i .427 7!j 4H1 IP-j ,385 20 >j SPORTS ROUNDUP New York Boiton Washington Cleveland Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Detroit All Kroupi of human being* hove iitul u>:c Hurin: kind of 54 34 49 31 49 M IH 40 4B 43 39 42 35 56 2H 59 .322 23',i SUNDAY'S RESULTS Woihln«Um 7-6 St. Louis 6-3 Philadelphia 8-3 Detroit 7-3 (second Kiimo called lifter nine Innings, curfew) CMeugo 3 New York 4 Boston 8 Cleveland 7 (12 Innings) NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GDI 50 22 By MURRAY ROSE (For Gayle Talbot) HELSINKI, July 21. <*V~ of an American in Helsinki: The first thing that drew attention in this tree-lined .By GAYL6 TALBOT. our atut open city w&s the absence of television antennas on the rooftops. Much prettier without them, too. No billboards, either. Oklahoman WinsThird Golf Title slender «olfins master from Okla wa Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 42 UK IT rtKSOLVED by the Senate of the Stole of Arknnaa* and by the Haunt* of lleprenentutivi's, » Majority of All the Members Klected to Knch House Agreeing Thereto: That the followlnj; IR hereby pro- us an amendment to the of tho Stale of Ar- umxns, and upon being Hiibiultti'd to the elt-elors of the State for ap- [>rovul or rejection at the next general election for Representatives ntul Sennioi-B, If a majority of the elector* voting thereon, ul such an election, adopt such amendment, the »umn shall become a* part of the Constitution of the State of Ar- l(tinnnn, to-wlt: SECTION 1. CommlMlon Created — • Membere — Powen. There is liereby created a State Highway Commission which shall be vested with all the powers and duties now or hereafter Impost-el by law for the administration of the State IliKhwiiy Department, together with all powers necessary or proper to enable the Commission any of UK officers or employees lo carry out fully and effectively the regulations and laws relating to the Slate Highway Drparlment. SKCT1UN 2. Qualification! and Appointment of Membere — Term* of Office of Flret CommlMlon. Within ten days after the conven- Inn of the General Assembly of the Stole oPArkansns In the year 1033, tho Governor, by and with the advice nnd consent of ihe Senate, shall cippolnt five person* who are qualified electors of the State to conslllule the State Highway Commission for terms of two, four, six, eight and ten years respectively. The ti-rms of the person's so appointed shall be determined by lot. The Commissioners to be ippointsd from the Stale at targe; provided, however, that no two Commissioners shall be appointed f}bm uny single Congressional District. In tho event of rejection by the Senate of a person whose name has been so .submitted, th^ Governor shall within five days after receipt of written notice from tho Secretary of the Semite of such rejection submit the name of another appointee to fill sijch vac* ... ... the dovolopim-nt of a community uncy. In the event the Governor should within five days thereafter and for tho welfare of its inhnbl- (nil lo appoint or full to submit to tants, an unmml tux of not exceed- ) the Senate for confirmation the one prr cent of the assessed name of any person to be appoint valuation -of all taxable property within the corporate boundaries thereof m«y be levied by cities ot the first und, second class for lh$ purpose of providing funds to bo unetl for the acquisition of sites within or without such elites and for the construction of such sites of bulltllngH ami other facilities, for U'UHt) or salo, for the aforesaid purposes, or for tho amortization of bonds bcurinjj Interest ut not more than four per cent per annum issued for such purposes. SECTION U. When pet itemed, by not less Hum ten per cent of the qualified eloclors ri-sldln« therein, the City Council or other govern- Inu body of any such clly shall call.for an election to be held not more than ninety days thereafter for the purpose of having the qualified electors vote on the proposition. SECTION 3. The Kenoral Assembly shttll enact such enabling leu- Islutkm us shall be required lo of- fectuttte thu proposes hereof, APPROVED: March at), 1851. Secretary of Slate C, O. HALL Muy S thru Dot, U7 <2U times) ANNOUNCEMENT Legal Notice IN THE PHOUATE COUHT Of HKMPSTRAD COUNTY, AHKANSAS IN THK MAri'KU OK THB KSTATB OF JAMKS T. CKNTttY, UKCKASKD No. 818 NOTICC OP APPOINTMENT OF PXBCUTOR Notice Is heruby given (hat an instrument dated July 23, ltH5, was ou the Win day of June, 1862, admitted to probate in the Probate Court ot Hempntead County as the last will of the above named de- ctHieut AjieUlary Utters testamen ed, the Semite shnll proceed lo mnke ihe appointment of Its own choice. SECTION 3. Tsrnis of Office of Members, Upon the expiration of the foregoing terms of said Coin- niUssloncm, n successor shall be appointed by the Governor in the mariner provided for In Section 2 fof u term of ten years, which term of ten years shall iherenfler be for each member of ihe Commission. SECTION 4. Removal of Mem- bere — Hearing — Review and Appeal. A Commissioner may be removed by the Governor ojily for Ihe same causes us apply lo other constitutional officers after, a hearing which may be reviewed by the Chancery Court for the First District with right of appeal therefrom to the Supreme Court, suelj review und appeal to be without p'resunip- llon In favor of any finding by the Governor or the trial court, and provided further, in addition to tho right of confirmation herelnabove reserved to the Senate, the Senate may upon the written request-of at least Five (3) of its members that a member or members of the Commission should be removed therefrom, proceed, when In session, to hear any .and all evidence pertinenl to the reasons for removal. The member or members whose removal is so requested shall be entitled to be heard in the mailer and to be represented before the Senate by legal Counsel. These proceedings conducted by the Senate' shall be public and a transcript of the testimony so heard shall be prepared and preserved In the Journal of. the Senate, The taking of evidence either orally or by deposition sha.ll not b« bound by the formal rules of evidence- Upon the conclusion of the" hearing, the Senate, sitting as a body in executive session, may femove said memtwr or members of th» Brooklyn fif) 22 .728 New York 53 31 .631 St. Louis 31 39 .507 Chicago 45 42 ,. r >17 Philadelphia 43 45 .489 lioston 37 50 .425 Cincinnati 30 53 .404 Pittsburgh 25 07 .27B SUNDAY'S RESULTS Brooklyn 8 Pittsburgh 5 New York 0 Chicago 7 St. Louis 8 Boston 4 Cincinnati 0-3 Philadelphia iKirsl gome 10 innings) 12'., 17 j 25''! 27 ! :t"!jj 5.4 COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet Meridian 50 32 .030 Natchez 53 37 .589 Greenwood 4fl 42 .523, Pine Bluff 45 42 .517J Monroe 44 43 .500 El Dorado 43 45 .489 Hot Springs 34 52 .393 Greenville :tl 50 .344 Last Night's Results Nnlchez U, Monroe 5 Greenwood 13, Hot Springs 2 Greenville 5, Pine Bluff 3 Meridian 12, El Dorado 10 Tdnlght's Games: Hot Springs at Natchez Pine Bluff at Meridian El Dorado ut Greenville Monroe at Greenwood Tiey. on the .streets is to allow 10(1 yards clennmce for any n.nviiii; vehicle. If ;i driver is seen inking just cm' drink, then K<--ts caught behind thu wheel, the Finns will t;ikc iuv-iiy tils license faster lrum you can s:iy "whiskey und soda" in Finnish. Pnavo Nurmi's haberdashery sliup is the meccu of all tourists and athletes but few get a chance to see the great man, who is busy with other projects. Shotputter Harrow Hooper of Ft. Worth, Tex., has inadi; three 1 trips so fur and hasn't eautflit Ihe Flying B'inn yet. He'll keep on trying as loriK as his finnmarks hold out. But what is he yoiny to do with all those ties? They're loud even for Texas. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet Allantn no 42 .571 I'hattanoofta c> r > 43 .501 New Orleans 53 45 ,G54 Mobile 50 50 .500 Nashville 47 53 .470 liirmineham 45 53 .459 Memphis 45 55 .450 Lit lie Hock 43 53 .44(1 Last Night's Results Atlanta 5-7 Chatlanooga 1-0 Birmingham 0-2 Nashville 5-1 Little Roek 4-4 Mobile 3-2 Memphis 4-0 New Orleans 3-1 • Tonight's Games: Chattanooga at Birmingham New Orleans at Little Rock Mobile at Memphis (only games scheduled) Skyscraping Walt Davis, the Texas high jumper, couldn't sleep the first night he arrived here be- ciiuse of the almost perpetual daylight at this time of year. "I woke up at 4 a.m.," the 0- foot-H leapcr said, "and saw how bright it was. I tried to fall asleep again, but I gave up at 4:30 and washed my clothes." Vic Towed, the world banlam- weighl champion from South Africa, has a brother on that country's Lmxint; team who is rated as an outstanding flyweight. Vic won the 112-pound crown in London in '4!!, and now brother Willie is tryiny for the same tille. Willie is tall and fast. And so is Nate Brooks, ihe Cleveland flyweight. Tho exports hurt- say that if tlipy moot il may be- the top clash of the Olympic Games. Upsets Feature Ouachita Match CAMDEN, Ark. tfl — Upsets and n 17-year-old El Dorado golfer rul- <;d the final rounds of tho 5th annual Ouachita Valley Golf Tournament here. Youthful Davis Love Jr. conquered Charles Woodard of Magnolia 2 and 1 to cop tho title yesterday. Love, Big Six High School champ Ion, eliminated Fred Michaels, of Luke Village in the semi-finals 4 and 3. Michaels had advanced to the semi-final round with a 1 up victory over Paul Collum of El Dorado on Salurdny. Collum was nmncr-up lost year. Defending Champion Gene Kcen- ey of Tixarkana found his, pulling game off and fell before Woodard 2 and 1 in the semi-finals. Keeney previously had won the litle three times. Woodard and Love, in the champ ionshlp match, were even lo the llth hole when the youngster started edging away. The Magnolia linksman conceded the match on the 105-yard 17th hyle when Love missed a hole in one by two feet. { Canada and Mexico next month in Seattle. Coe won 3 and 2 in 34 holes from Buster Heed. 24 year old collegian from Sangoi, Tex. Coe. six foot 145 pounder, held steady in 92 degree heat that seemed to wilt the Texan in the long, pressure-filled championship grind. Coe. 28-year old winner of the T-M in 1947 and 1949. was four over par for the 34 holes over the 0.711 yard par 70 Lnkcwood Country Club course. In the closing stages of the match, Coe was play- inu it safe. Twice instead of gambling for birdies on sloping greens, he let the bull trickle short to the cup, rather than taking a chance on it over-running. Coe is the first three-time winner of the Trans-Miss since Johnny Goodman turned the trick in 1927, 1031 and 1935. Coe hadn't competed in the Trans-Miss since he won it in 1949. L. M. Crannell Jr., of Dallas, the 1951 champion, was eliminated in the first round. Coe was named last week lo captain a team of seven U. S. umatcur golfers who will play similar teams from Canada and Mexico for the Championship of the Americas at Seattle Aug. 14-15. Tho Oklahoman took a one up lead on the 12th hole in the morning round and never trailed although Reed evened the match on No. 19 f ,t tho start of the afternoon round. Coo wont in front to stay with a birdie four on the 001 yard No. 21. He canned his 12 foot putt and Rood was short with his 15 footer for a par. Some fossil kangaroos are believed to have weighed as much as small horses and to have had food- A federal act in 1802 gave land to each of tho states for the establishment of colleges and land grant colleges wore subsequently estab- ing habits similar to those of a lished in each state of the United horse, States. Three Games This Week Hope Legionnaires^ will | Nashville for a game tonig 8 o'clock against the loop's " ranking team. wo Wednesday night the L e < naires go to Mineral Spring the Flyers return, her* f "night. KXAR will carry ton 'X contest. ' . . V The' Prides of Texarkam currently leading the league a 14-4 record; Mineral Sprir second with 13-5; Nashville, with 12-0; Hope 7-11; Tomic^e and Hot Springs 1-18. Hope announced the relea Top Smith, Buddy White, of Riddling, Billy Hearn and Taylor while signing Dick dn bell, Wayne McMillan, H Thomas, Sonny Byrd' and ^ Farrar. ark ^uV* Three Hope men are 'going kr the .300 mark in batting — G<he Beasley .431, Bob Wh'ite .344 Marty Filagamo .324. . Preparations are being i ! for the league's i-A for August. The learn Jeadln July '25 will play, the star g Baseball .left s t *e'ni f u By The Associated Presi) INTERNATIONAL LEAGU Montreal 6-5 • Ottawa 5-3 Buffalo 5 Toronto 5 (first gam called afteiv eight innings, second game postponed) Rochester 5-4 Syracuse 0-5 Baltimore 4 Springfield 3 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 3-2 Indianapolis 2 St. Paul 3-5 Columbus 0-10. ! Minneapolis 14-5 Charleston "^ Kansas City 2 Louisville 1 ' PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE! Portland 92 Los Angeles 2-1 j Oakland 2-4 Seattle 1-3 San Francisco 5-1 Sacrament! Hollywood 10-0 San Diego 0-3 TEXAS LEAGUE i Shrevcport 10 Dallas 7 • I Beaumont C-0 Ft. Worth 5-5 j Oklahoma City 9-1 San Antoni : Houston 40 Tulsa 32 i Tho sun's rays falling on J. are calculated to have one i the intonsity of those falling 01 earth. SPANISH RANGED LEE WELL! *"0))VI Di.v.nljun ••III, Hl.ll.lwU ll,yK:ni;r:>uli f K Welli 7f"5wg$ Indian:) established great irri Kiition works in Ihe Southwestern j United Stales long before the eom-j ing of the While Man. Legal Notice have b*en issued to Mart In I Commission by a majority vote . .t *| A \Uil*>uxv> >.M.ri r\»^ k _ n _._!.. ^. i » _ __ » . T*^^ ^^» try, J. A- and Donna A, try of Bisbee, ArUana. Any objections to the probate of the will can be effected by filing a p«UUan with this court within the Urn? pro- vldwl by law, conducted by secret ballot. SECTION 5. VMMCI,*^,,,^,. Vacancies on the Commission due to resi«nattans. death or rtmoval . shiiU be cue4 by a iutmwit of uaexpked *$t»t* UXUS* wthiWt tbem, verified to Ww» iUMl*rattu«d ag«nt Uw from the 4«t# of fU*t pwbUcutUw of this notice, *«K **M fc* tor«v«r b«M«*d, PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 41 BE IT HESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas nnd by Ihe Senate, u majority of All the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment lo the Constitution of the Slate of Arkansas, and upon being submitled to Ihe electors of the Slule for approval or rejection ut the next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the elector!, voting thereon in such election adopl such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the Slate of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. That the Constitution of the State of Arkansas be amended modifying Section 19 of Article 7 and Section 3 of Amendment No. 34 of said Constitution, so as to provide for the election of a County Clerk in all of the said counties of the State, as follows: "The provisions for the election of a f!oun\y Cleric upon a population basis are hereby abolished and went may be elected a County Clerk in like manner as a Circuit CUsrk. «ud In such cases, the County Clerk may be ex officio Clerk of the Probate Court of such county until otherwise provided by Ihe General Assembly." This Amendment eh*ll b« in full force and effect «B«a and *tt*r «» I****. \ #. IWl. ^^W^ff w !^W^™ ^p8EP r CHAPTER .ONE IT WAS the last stage of the long jotfrney, and the most crowded. There were four passengers oesldes Blaise Randcll and his partner in the stagecoach, cacli of them sitting stiff and aloof from his neighbor. Blaise sat next to the window, lacing the rear. His long legs cramped bacU against the seat in nis care not to annoy the girl opposite him. The man beside her cast sidelong glances, but she studiously kept her face toward the AVlndow, a 1 c n d c r shoulders prim, nands folded over a large purse. The man leaned forward, clearing his throat, forcing her attention. He was portly, with a round, flushed face and watery, salacious eyes. He smiled and touched his pc'arl-gray derby. "1 hope 1 ain't disturbing you, ma'am," She looked coldly at him then turned back to the window, speaking over her shoulder in a clear, musical voice. "Not at all." "Glad to know it, ma'am." He sank back. He caught Blaise's level look and his eyebrows arched as his lips made a silent whistle. Blaise simply looked and the man flushed, eyes sliding away. The coach sped on, paralleling the range of mountains that extended westward from Los Angeles lo the aea, the low, rounded hills growing steadily higher. Hal King nudged Blaise, jerking him from his thoughts. "Pretty country. Is your place like this?" Blaise smiled, a slow move of the lips aa though an unaccustomed action. It lighted his somber, deep-set eyea and strangely softened the angular cheeks and jawbones. For a moment something of the past looked through. "Almost, only the mountains are closer all around." He nodded toward the window. "But it's all pretly this time of vear, right after the spring rains. I'm glad they let ... 1 come down right now." Hal nodded. The stage rolled on, the six passengers silent, each In * world of his own. The girl kept her face to the window but she could see the tall young man from the corner of her eyes. Suddenly ni« eyes swerved to her. alarmed and suspicious. She looked away shocked. She had seen the same expression in the eye» of «J>imaJs that had suddenly been trapped. Now she knew that there was •omething wrong about his akin. It should have been a deep Mm for he was obviously a m*n ot the outdoors. But it wasn't ... it w*« too white. The wan beside her Inched closer. "My o*me'« Scarne. Joseph JfQ&AjS&B SffVGfl* Mlliilljt tilfi ftlLQSt Une ot HwdWfrt south of the —'- AJtft "I'm rwtiy eat Interested," she » sbuekted, s) ,. eye* round, «hju«*» Md looked fcf "You ain't new to these parts, i take it?" "No . . . not new." Scarne nodded, pleased with himself. "1 can -always tell. You been to Los Angeles, maybe buying supplies or selling beef. You're going buck—" "Where I've been or where I'm KoiiiR," Blaise said in an even, emotionless voice, "is no business ot yours." Scarne blinked, lost his smile. Then his brashncss returned and he nudged the girl. She jumped, startled, and Scarne laughed. "Now he's—" / "She ain't Interested, mister," Blalse said. "Why don't you settle down, or go to sleep?" A deep flush flowed upward from Scarne's collar. Silence settle'! on the coach. The girl gave Blaise a swift smile in silent thanks. Then she turned to the window again. Now Blaise noticed her. She would be tall, slender. She had smoky-blue eyes, and the hair beneath the pert hat and veil waa a dull, coppery color. The planes of her face were strong and 'yet .the structure seemed delicately molded. She wore a striped, tailored coat, a small gold, watch pinned to one shoulder. A heavy brooch relieved the severe white of her waist and lace collar. As little w Blaise knew about such things,. he saw that her clothing was expensive. He senser 1 wealth and assurance, Scarne had lit a cigar and- the strong blue smoke whipped past the girl and out the window. Scarne's full lips worked at the cigar and the smoke grew thicker. The girl coughed. Hal leaned forward and took the cigar from 1 Scarne's fingers. The man stared at him in amazement as Hal studied the smoking weed and then flipped It out the window. "Mister, you learn hard," he said. Scarne's lips opened to protest but he caught Blaise's steady gaze. He subsided, muttering under his breath. Hal King was a solid, stocky man with a violently freckled face and blue eyea that at the moment looked guileless. He shifted hU gun and holster to a more comfortable position and then stared around at the hills. "We're carrying something this load." Hal said. 'That guard ain't taking no chances." "Interested?" Blalse asked scftly. "Oh. no!" Hal exploded. «Tve had more'n a crawful ot that." Then be grinned. "You're hcoraw- in' me." "Sure." Blal«« said. The girl bad moved to share Blaise's aeat and she looked UP at him, ber glance a hopeful question. Blaise's thoughts need fttuad* down the miles 04 gusty road to journeys end. Ttwre'd be a ftri who had waited (or him. He triad to ahape her pictur» in hi* wind and it came so clear that he kmev U coiOd oot be wholly lUM, Tea yr^m* 1 * 5?wLi!L».!.' soft as its dainty petals, gplJ hair that caught a man's eyee i held them, that Invited the care ing touch of his fingers. He moved restlessly at the.vi picture. Blue and gold and I white skin. The girl opposite 1 was dark, lovely Ih- her way . but not like Mclanic. ( Tho road 1111 c d as the h pressed closer. . > "The Valley," he said to' 1 "It's good to see it." j The' girl looked up, alert, you live In the Valley?" He hesitated. "Intend, to reckon." . The coach swung off. the hi way to a.stage station. Thf dri announced there'd be a stop dinner. • -, .'.-. .. Blaise climbed out and stretch his big hands in the small'-of back. • Across .the road was a sk>' pen and Blalse turned swm looking to the south, recognlj* this as a corner of the old Knc ranch. Th'e station Itself waa «.,fc squat frame building with a «) ging roof. Just before it stood hitchrack along which stood". ei| saddled horses, heads dropptn' the warm sun. The other, gers nad left the stage and to the building. ' '• Hai f olid wed.Blaise. T-)L stepped inside the large buildinJ The oar was lined with men,!? ers with the dust of a long tr* on U>em. Blaise glanced toward 1 ! tables, rejected the thought of fpi and turned to the bar, Hal (oW ing him. They took thflr pl»i< two of the riders giving them SHI looks as they made'roohi Blalse ordered drinki from bartender who moved §• pins pricked him at eyi Blalse nursed his drink, more aware of the men him. They lopked .!, . _ . reckless In each tanned, dark fa* Hal leaned closer. "TfoM have salty riders in t*e parts." he said in a low vole*. Blalse looked carefully, down bar. After all these years, must «tll) have his gunhaw border breeds. The jumped when one of them his f laas on the counter, Another ot the rlderSritood from the rest, a tail, sl«der with an air of comralpd him. Hi* eyea were 1^ dark, full and mobile lips a thin , mvwtache. fill, f^c* gaunt and bony, and Waejt ( hair escaped from unto.a crowned dusty hat. He wort scarred boots and a soiled Uw color faded U> a faint HflB . , . typically y«t, 1 Jenny HOfl STAR. 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