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Monday, November 22,10 .'!1'^, i *-'* l L'" l "" ll Jl'_ '•'.''i"! '* **''»^.^..^»Wiaiii.^ t --%--1tr-\j HOPB STAR, flOM, ARKANSAS PAOfi'ftVft SPO] kjFjtr x v«-rJ Bobcats Prepare for Last Grid Contest Here Thursday Will Battle Dallas I ARMY MULE'S PAKE KICK BOOMERANGS Team at 2:30 p. m. ! To Be the Last Stand for 1 Nine Regulars of Bobcat Team The Hope ITigh School football team looked forward Monday to its final ' elfish of thn scnson here Thanksgiving i D,iy against St. Joseph High School of Dallas, Texas. • The Bobcats will be after their ninth ' •conquest in the battle with the Doll.-i.s ' school which has one of the largest enrollments of any high school in Texas. The record of the Dallas grid team , was not: available Monday Officials here wired for the starting lineup ! weights a'nd the team record, but had received no reply early Monday afternoon. Coach Foy Mammons said his Rob- j cats came out of the .skirmish with | Blevins here last Friday in good shape which will enable him to pit the full strength of the Mope team aisainst Dallas. Tickets On Sale Ticket.'; will go on sale Tuesday morning for TiO cents and will remain at that price until Wednesday night Tickets Thursday will be priced at 75 cents. Tickets can be purchased eilhei at Hope Confectionery or Jacks News- i .stand. Last Game for Nine The St. Joseph game will be the last prey clash for nine regulars of the Bobcat team. The entire line, from! end to end. will give his la.st perform- i ance a.s will Vasco Bright and Kdward As I in in the backfield. All an- seniors i The opening kick-off has been set for 2:30 p. m. There is a possibility (bat members of Lawrence Martin' junior (cam will clash in a grid contest! as a prelude to ringing doxvn the cur tain on the 1937 season. However, this will bo announced definitely in Tuesday afternoon's edition of Hope Star. Emmet Cagers Win "It's a kick," tlio stands howl as Woodrow Wilson, Aimy punier, gels off a beattflfnl lake kick in the game rv: hM Nl.tic Damr at New York. Hut If you look closely, you'll see- that Charles Long, extreme left, scoots the mil uith the ball. It was just such a fake piny that paved the way ffir Army's defeat. Wilson "kicked beautifully hul— —K.viiii carried (he hall. Instead of sweeping the cud Ityim fumbled—i ml it was Noire Dame's ball on the Army 1.'!. Kd Keillor makes the recovery above for. Not re Dame— —Ar.fl four plays later Notre Dame swept to victory. Above Kd Simmiich rolls in (lie end zone with the ball for (lie touchdown that brought victory, 7-0. Over Liberty Mil! I Porkers Hope to Stage Comeback EmmcL Senior Girls Win by Top-Heavy Score of <15to'fi Emmet High School won two bas'- kelball games from Liberty High School of Louaim Friday night. November 1'J. in the Emmet High School gymnasium. The Emmet girls team bad little trouble in downing their opponents. •1.1 to 0. Cribb. Emmul forward, look individual scoring honors with 1C points. Crank, captain and forward. WHS runner-up with 13 points. 'I1ie Emmet senior boys defeated Liberty by a score of Hi) to 7. Paul, captain and forward, was high point man with 15 points. .Modern Arithmetic Mother (leaching her son arithmetic) —Now take the Smith family—there's niniDiiiy. daddy, and the baby. How many does that make? Bright Son-Two and one to carry. Prepare for Turkey Day Clash With Ttilsa University FAYF.TTEVILLE--"Watch 'em come back!" is the slogan on the University of Arkansas campus Monday as the Porker team and fans prepare for the RavMrhack.s' game with Tulsa University's Golden Hurricane at Tulsa Thanksgiving Day. It has become tradition here that the Porkers always go over big in Tulsa, and it has always been held that the Fayetteville Flingers come back strong from a tie or loss. Saturday's upsetting scoreless tie by the Colonials of George Washington University left Porkc-rs and Porker fans gaping, but local rooters hold that it presage.s big things Thursday. Their siring of 31 games in which they scored at least once broken at Little Hock, the Ruzorbncks are all set to start off on a new record-breaker. The last team to hold Arkansas scoreless before last Saturday's tussle was Rice in 1!)34. Came Training' Technique Head Coach Fred Thomson hasn't yet hinted how he'll work on his charges when they begin practice for the Tulsa battle, but it is evident that be will employ much the same technique this week that ho has all season. He has indicated that he hopes to strengthen the Arkansas running attack before meeting the Golden Hurricane, and that the Razorbacks will come in foi practice on defense against their own favorite method of attack, the aerial. Tulsa boasts a coming passer in Sophomore ''Tossin' Tommy" Thompson. Arkansas shades Tulsa in the record of their rivalry that dates back to 1901. In 13 games played, the Porkers have won seven, lost five, and tied one in meeting Tulsa teams. Twelve Porkers" will play their last game for the Red and White in Tulsa's Skelly Stadium. Tile average depth of the ocean below sea level is 12,450 feet. COMING EVENTS, ETC. Four Teams Stil! Have Title Chance Rice, Baylor, TCU or SMU Can Win Southwest Championship DALLAS. Texas— i/Pl— Four more games to 140 and any one of four teams Mill capable of winning the flag— and u fifth still clinging to a chance to tie for the championship. That was the condition of the Southwest Conference Monday. As the situation stands, this could happen: 1. Hice could win by beating Baylor in their date at Houston Saturday and following up with a victory over S. M. U. — or by tying Baylor and beating S. M. U., if the Methodists tie or whip Texas Christian. 2. Baylor's- chances; they .must beat Rice, and then hope that T. C. U. is either defeated or tied by S. M. U. and S. M. U. ties or loses to Rice if the Methodists beat the Christians in the first place. Which make.s Baylor's plight rather complicated. 3. Texas Christian can tuck away the title if it whips S. M. U. and Rice beats Baylor. •). Southern Methodist can do it if it turns back T. C. U. and Rice while either be»ls or ties Baylor Three big games dot the week-end cards. First, there is the traditional game between Texas A. and M. and Texas at College Station Thursday, which means nothing in the nice, and then the S. M. U.-T. C. U. battle at Fort Worth and the Rice-Baylor (jame at Houston Saturday. O'Brien "Big 15" Teams to Play Final Tilts Thanksgiving to Ring Down Curtain for Conference LITTLE ROCK.-(/P)-Tho Arkansas High School Athletic Conference rings the curtain down on its first season Thanksgiving Day in a series of "traditional" games only one of which cnn iiave any serious bearing on (he league .standings. Undefeated Blythoville, holding second place behind the Pine Bluff Zebras plays fifth place Forrest City. A loss lor (he powerful Chicks might drop them into third.place, hut the thoroughbreds-, although strong, are not rated the equal of Coach Joe Dildy's lads. Probably the outstanding game on the schedule is the seventh annual clash here between Little Rock and North Little Rock. The Tigers, tumbled only by Pine Bluff, are favorites k- v.'in but Coach Bob Cowan's Wihl- c;.ls have shown great improvement and with the natural rivalry involved, Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 9 OF HOPE ARKANSAS PLAINTIFFS vs. NO 5120 DELINQUENT LANDS, LOTS BLOCKS', OR PARCELS OF LAND AND RAILROAD 1 RACKS AND RIGHTS OF WAY IN SAID DISTRICT. DEFENDANTS AND IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURB & GUTTER DISTRICT NO. 5 OF HOPE ARKANSAS vs. NO. 5125 PLAINTIFFS DELINQUENT LANDS, LOTS BLOCKS, OR PARCELS OF LAND AND RAILROAD TRACKS AND RIGHTS OF WAY IN SAID DISTRICT DEFENDANTS NOTICE All persons, firms or corporations having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands, lots. the "classic" may well be anybody's | blocks, or parcels of land, railroad '. 8 '"£?' ,* ft i_.,., . tracks and rights of way, are hereby .. F '' U ;: B1U " ° ! ^ C . S »?.L bCKi '"• no"""! and warned thalwparate3 tersectional program, entertaining Oklahoma City at Pine Bluff. Another "traditional" battle sure to draw a full crowd is the annual Thanksgiving Day clash between El Dorado and Camden at the latter city. Camden has had a much better year than the Wildcats but again, this is a panic where previous records mean little. Hope entertains St. Joseph High School of Dallas, Texas, at Hope. Russellville goes to Clarksvillc for its annual classic and Fordyce plays Ben ton. Cther conference teams go outside the circuit. Jonesboro playing Para- goukl and Fort Smith meeting Subiaco. The Standings Tea in— Pine Bluff Blytheville Little Rock North Little Rock Forrest City Camden Hope Russellville 'Jonesboro El Dorado Hot Springs Clarksville Fort Smith Fordyce Bcnton ... , . Won Lost Tied Pet. 1.000 1.000 .833 .G67 .GOO .600 .000 .500 .400 .400 .333 .200 .200 .000 .000 3 College Tilts in State This Week May Be Last Grid Season Under Rules of Present Association LITTLE ROCK—(/Pi—Three games close this week what may prove to be the last football season played under the aegis of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The AAA, attacked from within and without, is slated to undergo complete renovation if not actual dissolution at its annual meeting here December 4. Contributing to its col- Inpse this year has been the inability of smaller schools to hold their own against (he association's top-notchers, and serious financial setbacks for all members. Of the three games, the outstanding one on schedule is the Thanksgiving Day clash at Conway between Arkansas Tech of Russellville and Hendrix. Tech. beaten only by State Teachers, is fighting for runner-up post in the state race. Hendrix, unbeaten within the state and at outs with Teachers, rien of T. C. U. workini" behind ) . . , . , - - , , « great line led by Ki Aldricb teamed " U V '? 1 V* Ul h ° lst lte rlvnl cham - wi.b Taylor. Earl' Clark, another soph. I »""" shl P cll » m a,»l Lmnon Blackmon to whin llu -, .1 ..1 ' c » C '" 11S . *K ^ U ."" ""? Ernie Lain, Ollie Cordill and all. 7-2 Alarming was the way Southern Methodist dusted off University of California at Lo* Angeles. 211-13. The Mustangs, coming back to life after .1 rickety start, further proved they ,.iv still in tin; flag chase. At Beaumont Bill Patterson \v,,.hurling in best form to lead Bayloi to an easy 27-13 triumph over Loyola of Los Angeles. Most amazing upset of the da\ was the failure of Arkansas' high MMIIIIJJ machine In manufacture a point in .1 scoreless tie with George W.i.-hm;;- ton of Washington, D. C. in u l.iule Rock game. Arkansas play* Ti,Ls, Thanksgiving. par | with Tech probably the strongest in tl:e straight football and Hendrix outstanding in tricky play. Another Turkey Day clash brings Arkansas State Teachers to Arkadel- j-bia for a game with Henderson State Teachers. All the dope points (o an easy victory for Coach Wan-en Woodson's Bears who have not lost a game in two years. The final game of the year will be played at Arkadelpbia Friday between Ouachita and St. Mary's of San Antonio. The Tigers, outlawed within the state because of old troubles with the North Central Association, will be finishing one of their best seasons, considering the unusual type of opposition they were forced lo mee(. The standings! Hice Institute Baylor University Pi'xas Christian U. Arkansas University Southern Mulh. U. Texas A. and JVI. University of Texas G. W.L. T. I'- 4211 ii 5 3 2 (i i 5 2 1 2 C (i 3 '> 1 •I 2 2 cl :> I 2 2 I 5 1 -t 0 Willing to Accept Substitute Huslus was sent to the general .-.ton"My bo.ss," he said to the clerk. "w:jin.-, a l-ane o' glass nine by "leven." "Huvenl got none that size. Ka.Mii.-.' said the joking clerk, "but will .1 'leven by nine pane do?" "I'll try 'er.' replied Rasius. "Maybe if we fclij. 'er in sideways, nobody'11 notice it." To nature, the life of an empire it, nc more than an hour to you and me. —George Bernard Shaw. BUY NOW! Only a limited number of copies of Hope Star's 51,700 Centennial Edition remain. It's your last opportunity to purchase the only complete authentic history of 20 Southwest Arkansas towns.. You owe it to yourself and your children to preserve one or more of these copies. No reservations are being made. First come — first served. The Centennial edition contains 48 pages in six sections with 69 large photographs of historic sites. Bound copies are 50 cents each. Unbound copies are 25 cents—add six cents if mailed. eparafe suits are pending in the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, by the Board of Commissioners of each of the above named districts, to enforce the collection of certain delinquent taxes or assessments to each of the above named districts on the subjoined list cf land, each supposed owner having been set opposite his or her or its land, together with the amounts .'everally due from each lot, block, or parcel to (he said districts mid Board of Commissioners as plaintiffs, to-wif. PARCEL NO. 1 Name of owner as shown by books of district: J. E. Cox (R. M. Berry) (J. D. Barlow) Description of property: Lots 1, 2, and 3 in Block 5 in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows' 1932. $29.75; 1933, $29.75; 1934. $29 75' 1935; S29.75; 1936, $29.75; 1937, $29.75.' PARCEL NO. 2 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Dell McRao Benty Description of property: Lot 11 Block 11, in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows- 1933, S10.00; 1934, $10.00; 1935, $10.001936, $10.00; 1937, $10.00. PARCEL NO, 3 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Arkansas Machine Specialty Company Description of property: All of Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 East of the Missouri Pacific Railway in Block 13 in the City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $87.50; 1935, $87.50. PABCEL NO. 4 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of F. T. Taylor and Naomi Taylor. Description of property: East Half of Lot 8 and all of Lots 9 and 10 in Block 13 in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $32.00; 1934, $32.00; 1935, $32001930, $32.00; 1937, $32.00. PARCEL NO, 5 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of T. A. Turner. Description of Property: Lot 12 Block 13, City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows; 1934. $28.25; 1936, $42.50; 1937, $42.50. PARCEL NO. B Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of Amanda V. Campbell. Description of property: Lot 10 and West Half of Lot 11, Block 19, City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $16.75; 1934, $16.75; 1935, $1675- 193fi. $18.75; 1937, $16.75. PARCEL NO. 7 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of Artie Newcomb. Description of properly: district: J. A. Taylor Estate. Description of property; Part of NEi/4SWi/4 Sec. 28 Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner of Block 3, City of Hope, and run North 17% degrees West 60 it. to the North line of 4th St., thence East 17% degrees North along the North line of 4th St. 209 ft. lo point of beginning, thence North 17% degrees West 124 ft. thence East 17% degrees North to a point 70 ft. West and 17% degrees North of the West line of North Ha7.el St., thence South 17% degrees West 4 ft. thence East 17% degrees North 70 ft. to the West line of North Hazel St., thence Southerly along the West line of said Hazel St. 120 ft, thence West 17% degrees South 100% ft., to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1932. $18.75; 1933, $18.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935, $18.75; 1936, $18.75; 1937, $18.75. PARCEL NO. 10 Name of owner as shown by books of. district: Newt Little. Description of property: Part of NE'A SWi/4 Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg, 24 W. described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner of Block 3, City of Hope, run thence North 17% degrees West to the North line of 4th St., thence East 17% degrees North along the North line of 4th St. 134 ft. to the pcint of beginning, thence East Interested in any oMhe said property are hereby warned'and notified that they arc required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suits, or the same will, be taken for confessed, and final judgment Will be entered in each of said suit?, directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said delinquent taxes or assessments, together with the payment of interest, penalty, attorney's fees and court costs adjudged against each tract. The amount of the delinquencies for each year in one of the said districts is the amount shown. A like amount exists in the other district, as these districts cover the same territory, and the same delinquencies exist against the property in each district. WITNESS My hand and the seal of the Chancery Court of Hemplfead County. Arkansas, this 19 day of No-< vember. 1937. RALPH BAILEY Clerk of Chancery Court ^of Hempstead County. Arkansas. ORDINANCE NO. 519 An Ordinance to be an Ordinance Entitled, An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of Certain Lands to Hempstead County, Arkanss-s, and For Other Purposes jvi>jjj i \ji uKgiutitiig, ij JCJJV.E; t^iaat, *. t ,£ t degrees North 75 ft., thence North 17% "°"^i degrees West 150 ft., thence West 17% degrees South 75 ft., thence South 17% WHEREAS, Hempstead County, Arkansas, is in need of a new Court- degree East 150 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1932, $11.25; 1933, $11.25; 1934, $11.25; 1935, $11.25; 1936, $11.25; 1937, $11.25, PARCEL NO. U Name of owner as shown by hooks of district: Berry Sanders. Description of property: Part of NE'/i SW'/i Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described at follows; Beginning at the NW corner of Block 3, City of Hope, thence North 17% degrees West 160 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East 17% degrees North 134 ft., thence North 17% degrees West 50 ft., thence West 17% degrees South 134 ft., thence South 17% degrees East 50 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1931, $3.75; 1932, $3.75; 1933, $3.75; 1934, $3.75; 1935, ?3.75; 1936, $3.75; 1937, $3.75. PARCEL NO: 12 Name of owner as shown by books of district: J. A. Sullivan (stucco apartment house) Description of property: Part of NWV'4 SW'A Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner,,Block 5, City of Hope, thence North 17% degree West 429 ft. lo the point of beginning, thence East 17% degrees North along the South line of 5th St. 142 ft. thence' South 17% degrees East 83 ft., thence West 17% degrees South 142 ft. to the East line of Elm Street., thence North 17% degrees West along the East line of Elm St. 83 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $31.25; 1934, $31.25; 1935. $31.25; 1937, $31.25. PARCEL NO. 13 Name of owner as shown by books of district: First National Bank (Fay F. Sadler) Description of property: Part of NEW SW'/t Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner, Block 5, City of Hope, thence North 17% degrees West along The East line of Elm St. 286 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East 17% degrees North 142 ft., thence North 17% degrees West 60 ft., thence West 17% degrees South 142 ft. to the East line of Elm St., thence South 17% degrees East along the East line of Elm St. 60 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years anil in amounts as follows: 1932, $18,75; 1933, $18.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935, $18.75; 1936, $10.00; 1937, $10.00. PARCEL NO. 14 Name of owner as shown by books of district: First National Bank (W. C. Taylor) Description of property: Part Block 20, City of Hope. Lot 3, Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows- 1930, $16.75; 1931, $16.75; 1932, $16751933, $16.75; 1934, $16.75; 1935, SJ875- 1936, $16.75; 1937, $16.75. ' PARCEL NO. 8 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Horace Cooper. Description of properly: Part of Lot 1, Slavack Addn. described as follows; Beginning at the SW corner of Lot 3, Slavack Addn., thence Northeasterly aloiif the South line of said Lot 3, 150 fi. thence North 17% degrees West 150 ft. to the point of beginning, thence West 17% degrees South to the East line of North Hazel St., thence South along the East line of said Hazel St.. to (he Southwest corner of said Lot 1. thence Easterly along (he South line of «iid Lot 1, 150 ft, thence North 17% degrees West to the point of beginning-! Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows; 1931, $1.25; 1934, $1.25; 1937, $1.25. 1932, $1,25; 1933, $1.25; 1935, $1.25; 1936, $1.25; PARCEL NO, 9 Name of owner as shown by bookjs of SWV 4 £.ec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner, Block 5, City of Hope, I thence North 17% clegi'ees West along ' the East line of Elm St. 226 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East 17% degrees North 142 ft., thence North 17% degrees West 60 ft. thence West 17% degrees South 142 ft., thence South 17% degrees East along the East line of Elm St. 60 ft., to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $18,75; 1934, $18.75; 1935, $18.75; 1936. $18.75; 1937, $18.75. PARCEL NO. 15 Name of owner as .shown by books of district: Mrs. Jennie Barlow. Description of property: Purl of N% SWVj Sec. 2S Twp. 12 S. Kg. 24 W. described at, follows: Beginning at the NE comer Block 6, City of Hope, thence North 17'-j degrees West along the West line of Elm tt. 549 ft. thence West 17% degrees South 158 ft. to the point of beginning, thence South 17% degrees East 267 ft. thence West 17% degrees South to the East line of an extension of Vino St. (.now Louisiana St.) thence Northerly along the East line of said extension of Vine St. 267 ft. thence East 17% degrees North to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1934, $1.25; 1936, $1.25; 1937, $1,25. All persons, firms, and corporations , tht» City of Hope is near the center of population of the County, and a large part of the legal business of the County originates in Hope; and WHEREAS, there is a strong demand' on the part of the citizens of the County to more the Courthouse to Hope, Arkansas; and ^ WHEREAS, the law requires that & Courthouse site must be secured and, tendered to the County before an election to move the county seat can be called; NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained By the City Council of the City of Hope, Arkansas: SECTION 1. That the City of Hope, Arkansas, for and in consideration of the sum of TEN DOLLARS ($10.00)," and other good and valuable considerations, convey by general Warranty Deed to Hempstead County, Arkansas, subject to the reservation hereinafter set out, the following described lands, situated in Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wil: Block Eighteen (18), in College Addition to the City of Hope, Arkansas, reserving to the grantor, its successors and assigns, all buildings and improvements thereon, together with, the right to enter on said land and remove the same at any time within one year hereafter. SECTION 2: That the Mayor and City Clerk of the City of Hope, Arkansas, be, and they are, hereby authorized and directed upon payment of the consideration mentioned in Section One hereof, to execute good and sufficient deed, subject to the reserva-. lions hereinbefore set out, conveying said lands, described in Section One hereof, to Hempstead County, Arkansas. SECTION 3: That all ordinances, and/or parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith are hereby repealed; and that because of the fact that a good and sufficient deed must be executed to the County, and the title to the land so conveyed approved, and the further fact that the title cannot be approved until 30 days from the date the ordinance is passed authorizing such conveyance, an emergency is hereby declared, and this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication. Passed and approved this 16th day of November, 1937. Published in the Hope Star this £2nd day of November 1937. Attest: T. R. Billingsley Clerk. ALBERT GRAVES Mayor The Vatican in Rome is the largest residence in the world. 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