Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 10, 1948 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 10, 1948
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I Page Eight Street's PiciureSfa Ha i led un a n \ m o u sty'' ft s f.he year's outstanding Technicolor drama < "Tap Roots." which, co/stars Van Heflin and 'Susan..IXnyward, and has Boris Kavloff 1 iir the leading, featured role, will open .Sunday at the Saenger theater. The lavish movie spectacle,: o,';Gebrgc Marshall production, is-pBesented by Walter Wanger and is ; "a Universal International release. Scenarizod from Jarncs Street's best-selling novel of the sarriti.'Yriarrio. "Tap Roots," is a saga-of the independent Dabney elan- 'of' Lebanon County which seceded from Mississippi prior to the Civil War. Van Heflin, as Keith Alexander, a renegade newspaper publisher, falls in Jove with Morna Dabney, played by Miss Hayword, and for this reason alone joins the Dabneys .in their rebellion. Heflin's famous dueling pistols. Alpha and Omega, arc feared by any man Who -crosses him. The beautiful, red-haired Morna, as portrayed .by Miss Hayward, gives her love to ivfa men and, in keeping with the times, lives for the. hour. Karloff, as Tishomingo, the Choctaw Indian, whoso bullwhip is as deadly as Heflin's dueling pistols, is a friend of the Dabnnys. Among Ihc supporting players, Julia London has the role of Avon, Miss Haywnrd's younger sister. Ward Bond is scon as ihoir stubborn and defiant father, Honb Dabney. Richard Long plays the hot-headed younger brother. Screen newcomer,: WhiUiold •' Connor. is said to be'impressive in, one o£ the liim'ii' key portrayals. With action centered on Lebanon I County in Mississippi, the story of "Tap Roots" begins in 1800. When Missisippi; secedes from the; Union, Lebanon-County, under the leadership 'of Ho'ab Uabney, becomes a free; and independent community. Dramatic incidents which follow, including Lebanon County's furious but futile conflict with the might and miiiions of the Confederacy. are said to have been filmed on a vast scale without the sacrifice of intimate detail. Producer Marshall directed the picture from a screenplay by Alan LcMay and nditional dialogue is credited to Lionel -Wiggam. Lionel London and Winton C. Hoch were the photographers. ::. ... , . . PLUS Ouachita Flood FiidSy, September 10, 1948 Washington, Sept, 10 —.'SJPf —A flood control, powpr and vrtayiga- tion project for .thev;pjjachita' river has been approved by 'ah army division engineer, say Senator Teazel and Rep. Passman of Louisiana. In a statement they said that Maj. Gen. R. W. ...<2rawf6rd,'""the ajvision engineer at Vicks'burg Miss., reported that minor modification, ot six existing locks and dams at a cost of $500,000 together with operation of dams under construction and Blahcly mountain and Narrows in Arkansas ^vould materially increase the annual ciuraiiori of a nine-foot navigable channel in the Ouachita and Black : Rivers below Camden, Ark. They said General Crawford roc- ! ommended m u 1 t i p le purpose I Hood control and power reservoir at Degray on Caddo River, Arkansas with a power installation of 32,000 kilowatts and a flood control reservoir at Murfreesboro, Ark on muddy fork of the Little Missouri river. No cost estimate was made on cither. Crawford that extension of the Ouachita navigation channel above Camden would be uneconomic, the Louisianans said. MacKrell Spent$2499 on Recent Campaign Little Rock, Sept. 10 —(/W—Radio Showman James MacKrell has reported he spent $2,499.40 in his un- M-.ccpssftil campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor. ivicKrcll was eliminated in tiTt preferential primary July 26. Hailed by pr-.-vic-w cril.'r."; as the season's most enL-.io.-,:;iir: screen drama. "The Naked City." produced by the laic Mark 11 o! 1 in ;.;<.-r and released by Univer.sal-lnloi-n.-i- tional. comes Sunday to the Ri<il to theater. Announced ;is a realistic thriller and Klarrin;; Bairy r'itx.- gerald. the picture w.-ts filmed in New York City, H is a slury of j the Metropolis as well as a eh; on- icle of the IJIK city's Homicide Uu- reau. Colorful Role Fitzgerald has the role of Detective Dun MuUioon. The part, is regarded as 'the most colorlul in the star's long list of oulstandini.; performances includuu! his Academy Award winning portrayal, in "Going My Way." Hcadliners in flic featured cast are Howard Duff, Dorothy Hart, and Don Taylor. Duff, seen recently in Bellinger';; "Bruio Force," is seen as a crook and murder suspect in the new film. Iv;i:;:; Karl is a movie newcomer. Shu hay. her first leading role in "The- Naked I City." Taylor, .remcmoorod for his accomplishment in "Win:;ed Victory," appears impressively as j Fitzgerald's police colic-ague, Detective James Hallorari. Mysterious Killing Malvin Wald wrote the story ' from which he and Albert Mnil'zj contrived the exciting scieenplay. Action deals with the mysterious killing of a girl model alu.-r which ! the methodical development of the ! police investigation unfolds, stco 1 by step up to its blazing concilia- j ion. A crime is solved and a inur- I clerer is slain by his pursuer:-;. i New York City Police authorities cooperated with ilelli:i;;cr and : Director Jules Dassnt in makint; ' the picture authentic, and aimosi, every scene was piioloijraplied on , the actual site ol tiie story. The j whole vast panorama of Manhat- '; tan provides a living liacKi'roand i for "The Naked City." ' i Von Hcllin looks admiringly at lovers Susan Hay'ward and Whitficld Connor in Univcrcal-Iiitcriiational's "Tap Roots." DOlOIin II \R r comfoits HOXVnRP l,ln , n, i!ARK\ I 1 l /, GI:RALD lookson ;„ "NAKED CITY," : , Uim-crsai.infcmaiio.ui release- May Take Job With School m Florida Litile Rock. Kept. 10 — (/P)-Crawfor Oreeno. dirccto • of finance for the Arkansas Education De''-• "' n- Mi. may become .he f -st business manager of Hie Il.ills- borouj-h county (Tampa) Fla., scnool system. It was announced :it Tamp:! that 'be £7.200 yearly job hod bi^n of- iered him. Greene said he had .'mil Monday lo decide and would not resigi) his present position until he had conferred \vith Education Commissioner Ralph B. Jones. | 2 ^| 3 i^5f;@|W rying m Little Rock, Sept.. 10 — (/P) -— U is "fuzzy thinking." said tiie president of tiie National Association ot Manufacturers here today, that American business "cleliooraieiy I fosters and encourages hii'h prices." Morris Sayre described such a ' policy as a violation of economic law that governs modern Ameri-j can business, "to us a football an-i alogy," he added, in an address: prepared fur delivery, 'it would' be'like a fellow carrying the ball i in the wrong direction.' The NAM head spoke at a luncheon meeting of the Arkansas Busi-1 ness and Industrial Conference I sponsored by NAM, Associated In-! clustries of Arnansas, Greater Lit- | tic Rock Chamber of: Commerce i and Ihe Arkansas Economic Coun-! ell. i Sayre said the backbone of our i economy is mass production in or- ' der to sell more goods to mo.-e people at lower coasts. "Wouldn't it, therefore, be plain stupid." he asked, "for American industry de- llbcratelv and continually lo"pu:;h prices tu re-cord heights' in defiance ^ of the mass production principle? Kven our worst enemies wouldn t accuse us of plannui" anil plotting our own < eono'i-ic -••'- icidc. ' He said that those who blame business for high prices "never stop talking long rniai-h (o real /.e or admit that busine.s.-; ha.-; ,-, eo--t- oHivin" problem too. Peopl.- 'forget too easily that busine^ ;•; a consumer — a tremendous consumer — ;,. s - lV el| as a pre.ly.cer." rngh prices, Sayre ninlimii'-i are llangerous med'.ein,- for everv- body and the profit dollar has depreciated in purcliasiiif, power just as much as ihe w;;; 1 ,'- <i.>!l.-n He eontiiided that businessmen must woiiih (iu- dam.-er of lurthi-r- inllation aeainst Ihe ">.i;ii.'il!v .... ins ri.sk lo tin- <.•(•<Mr-my of busini'Ht, opuratiitK on a basi:; 'that Uliealens its present staiiihtv and iiilure soundness." The Rev. and Mrs. Joe M. T\TO-I — • a.re conduciiiu: a children's revival ; : ' olls have returned from Little at the Nay.arc-ne Church at 7:30 ; Rod: where; they were guests of each evening this week. - ?<*'•'• Uobey'.s parents. Mr. and Mrs. i W. E. Kobey. Monday, September 13 i Woman's Auxiliary of the Pres- Herbert Dawsou of Houston, • bytoiian church v.-iil'' meet at the Texas lias returned to his home church at 3 o'clock. Mrs. T. M. i after n visit with iiis mother. Mrs. ! Be mis will present the program. ! Mildred Dawson and his grand- j " j mother, Mrs. Fannie Newth. ! Missionary Society. Presbyterian ' '• church will nv-et at 2::-0 p.m. at! Mrs. Fannie Newth has returned the home ot Mrs. Archie Johnson, from. Tcxarkann where she was Air.-:. Joe R. Hamilton will present \ the guest of her daughter Mrs the program: j Howard Lusby and Mr. Lusby Proficiency tests for the 3th dis- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis and ,..:,., n , ? o • .,, , , , ., , :;- ...... . rs. aro ews an t h PM' • P/ ! ' : ' k(1 at 10 : '- m ' ictaushtcr Nancv have returned M-,", 1 ;'^; lni "' r ° 01n '"'from Nashville where they were lua ° nolla - _____ " | the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. ,Foy Box was hostess to ''' C " M- Lcwiii ' Circle 1 of the W.S.C.S. of the i „- ,, .. ~~ --- ~ ,. „ First Methodist church at her i n ' K ' K ' w - '^-'.vnokls ot Conway home on Monday afternoon at 4 i h;ls i 3L T nr , r - re , cel!l Kwsi of her o'clock. j • scri Bob Reynolds and iVIrs. Rcy- An ins.uirin;.; devotional was i ni)ltls- given by Mrs. C. A. Wynne. Mrs. ------ — f.ewis Connell presented an inter- Mrs. Jack Harrell and daughter esting program using as her theme Amelia spent Tuesday in Litile "The Work! Council of Churches.' She was assisted by Mrs. W. S. Jordan, Mrs. Wallace Connell and Mrs. 13. Adam. Delicious refreshments wore served to the thirteen members present by the hostess and her daughter, Bobbie Lois. Mrs. I:;, "j. Smith, president of the W.S.C.S.' was a guest of the circle. Friday evening at G:.'!() o'clock Rock. Mrs. Richard Johnson has returned to her home in Grand Prairie, Texas after a visit with her par- --nts, Mr. and Mrs. Uuel Chamber- Little Miss Ava Lou Garrett has returned to her home in Cullen- (iale after a visit with her grand Mis. U. H. Hall of Camden. aunt I i-.'-u. of tin- bride-elect was hostess lo ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gar- the '.V'hitaker-VVhHo wedding party n ., n -u ,' o " -7T r m , at a rehearsal supper at ll, - Law- , Cpl " , Cjlllx ''' t ,. Snillh "f Tokyo. son Hu ; el Japan is spending a three weeks ' A centerpiece of white crysan- '^""f'' r "!• '"n ! " irUltSl Mr> a " d theirnimsi and stoek tied wifn v.-liile ! .amilli. sal in ribbon leading to place carets I .., ... ~~~ wliich \.ei-e jMi'ls fj-om i)-,.. );ricie J rs ' '*• lN • ' AU; . V ol Mountain n ! groom elects graced the table |- 11 '- 11 """ luu; arrived in Prescoli: to ighti-d while tapers in crystal I m: ' !a ' iuM ' home. Mr. Lucy is co- '' Vefcsrto lie'.i.ers w,_re placed' at mierva'ls ' t:<lii " r "'' '-'«-' Daily Mail, lli.- lul llenyih ot the table, v.'hii'h ! wen- enty.'ined by fronds of trailing clematis. Hates were laid for th.- bride- j el: el. Ihe g'-oom elect, fvlr.s Kalh- ! lyn Jane V.'hile, IVti.s. Arnold Turner oi' Jack.son, Mi: :;.. T,li.--s l\lar- I Mi:.s Virginia Ann Ihp-e.: 1 .'. Den ! W;>it.;!.(--,-. Charles Thornpi.-i:,.; J! I A. DeLamar, I'oindexter \\hiUikt-r 1 :i:iii Charles Hesterly. or r InvesKgais tKa SPEAR - 1C you have grains, BUY Sl'EAR EGG f tED Granules, Pellets or Mash Form, Also available with built-in "WORM CONTROL". Feed half atid half with your Drains. If you have no grains, BUY SPEAR "ALL MASH"£GG FEED Granules, Pellets or Mash Form. Also available with built-in "WORM CONTROL" Feed as a Complete feed- Alvin Duke Hurt, to Be Out of First- Porker Gome I''ayellevil!e. Sepi. ill i/l'i - Th • Arkansas ifa/orbac:;:- will play their l mil H,,,H..a!l o-,,. >,-,- « : ;'po ;il pile sei-vuv ,,| i),,.!). . , j],.,. |,j,,,,;.. inn liai-k. Alvi.i ni,'..-,. JH'I'e disloealed ni : : !eli arm in j athletic (l.-parliiv-nl ' ' ai'ino'di.-ee'd jtlle H.-pt'. Ill e-,-.';. ;.;..;:, ;!,'' ',.,.- ; , I,'''_\ 1'; [ li.iUl'e Hock. "' '"' "' ' "'" '" '" '. I Loss of D'lhe I'-iVi. tin- J'o.•',,, :• ; j il' poo'- shane ;n ;]. • M,ii-l;nr' IP ••'•• j slut. The staiiii,;;, o!le:,..i\e a.-,si ::i- j 'froxell. a siji: .dmar. i';,,. ; .' ,!oi : ,•'.-.- i,t. Ill -iUl'l--Traces .--: h. ive been dc!ectc::l _ <i."!iin isliind in the : l 1 .;. fore an iis.-'emb!a,",e ,,! j-cia- l ;"'•';' i! , ! ''•" .''''V-'M-'l'hic.s where Mt. li\\s and friend.-, in Hie l-':r-a Meilv i '• 1)(i -- ll! - M ' : ' : '- ; einpling. a IMiilip- ipili.st Church, 1'rescnll. on Sate'-- j i!:I " '" : i ", :vc " ' 111H '" t volcano expert day. Sepiemliei' -i a! -i o'cluck ivhb- "''-•'" .'" . " j:l; '- v • Uoiolby Taylor \Vhite, <i:.u -n'ter ,,: ; ,. l ' 1 ' i V^', 1 " 1 ', AI 7' ; -" Alcavav ,-e, Mr,. Samiul Taylor V.'n,;-. Mr i ! " ', ia , UlM :i . !'" avv dark smt)kl ' '-Hi the late M.: White. l,ec., me ! V,-''.'.'-;.! t \''' '..:',", ,' U S'!' : '^ '""' ll ' aCOS Blevins Public Schools Open Monday morning, September 1H, Ihe Public Schools ot Blevins School District will open for the school year 1B4U-4!). An enrollment of around 1,000 is expected for the year including the various schools and their varied activities, according to Mr. James, R. Headers, Superintendent. The Blevins District includes the white schools of Blevins proper and McCaskill. Colored schools are the Blevins Training School, McCaskill Colored Elementary School, Nolen Elementary School, and Antioch Colored Elementary School. Blevins School District like many other Arkansas districts will have a number of new teachers this pear. Resignations during and immediately following the "war period have been high. A number of new faces will be seen among Ihe faculty members for the "first time. Faculty members to start the new year ior (he Blevins High School are as follows: Principal. Robert A. Cooix-r. Mrs Martha Craig. Mrs. Harry Owen. Mrs. j Coy Nolen. Mrs. Milburn D. Tip- jpitt, Mrs. E. M. Stuart. Librarian. j Mi^s Martha Smith. Miss Edna iNesbitt. L. J. Brown and Mr. Earl i Campbell, Coach. Starting the | Elevins Elementary School' year ' wil Ibe Miss Mary Ella Bc-attv Miss Lourinc La Fevers, MrX Warren Nesbitt. Mrs. Monroe , Samuels. Mrs. Ada Mae Perrv i Mrs. Guy Loo, Mrs. Marjorie j bui-Ke. and Mrs. Elmer Glenn. A principal of the Elementary school : is yet lo be employed. In 'the McCaskill Elementary School are Life ; Easterling. Principal. Mrs Avonna i Tin-ley and Mrs. Glenn Eley. I Facility composing the Blevins framing School are as follows: ' E. D. Robinson, Principal. Vaclie ; M. Robinson, R. H. Jacques, Sue i Emma Allen. Evelyn Cross. Bur- j ton. Jodie L. Diiffie, Jewel Jacj rjues, Lul a McFadden. L. E. V. Schuler, Fannie L, Smith. Amilee i Smith, and Susie M. Seay. Two j more teachers arc to be 'elected i for this school. At McC'nskil! Col! ored Elementary School will be 1 Ruth Walker, while at Nolen Elementary Colored School will be ; Pauline Draper and Verna Mae Scott will be at Old Antioch Colored ', Elementary School. ! To faculty is not the only place i where new faces will be 'in evi: deuce. Miss Sybil Wardlaw will , be seen as Secretary in Supcrin- j tenclenl Headers' office. i Fifteen buses will operate this i year bringing the- pupils to school | and. returning thorn home. Ten j buses are neccssarv for the white niipils and five are necessary for the colored pupils. Bits routes and schedules will start as they were last year. Lunch rooms will be operated, c-ilV-teria fashion, in the Blevins White and Training Schools to feed the hungry as well as at the McCaskill White Elemen.lary School. J. J. Bruce, president of the School Board, will be able to tell the world of 72 white Veteran Agricultural students in addition to the other pupils in white schools and 28 colored Veteran pupils. Teachers of the white Veterans are E. A. DeWoorly, Fletcher A. Rhodes and Grandison D. Rovslon Jr. Teacher of the L'H colored veterans is Yancey T. Nichols. DIVIDEND DECLARED F.I Dorado, Sept 9 — (./!>,—A regular ^quarterly dividend of 75 cents '•: share on common .stock of the Lion Oil Company has been declared bv company direi-'ory Date ior paymen 1 of the dividend was .set at Oct. 15 DBOADCASTIM6 SYSTEM Friday p.m., Sept. 10 5:00 Pep Rally at High School Superman—M Adventure Parade—M Tom Mix—M The Inside Story News. Five-Star Final Gulf Sports Parade Henry J. Taylor—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. There's Always a Womau-M Bobcat Preview Ball game — Hope vs. De- Queen All the News—M < Barclay Allen's Orch.—M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch —M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Saturday a.m., Sept. 11 5:5t! Sign on Hillybillv Koedown News. First Edition Arkansas Plowboys iviarkei Reports Melody Boys The Devotional Hour Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade Ox.ark Valley Folks—M Ozark Valley Folks—M bill Harrington—M Spotlight on a Star Movie Matinee—M Riders of the Purple Sage Magic Rhythm—M Trio Time Csturday p.m., Sept. 11 12:00 News. Home Edition 0:25 0:30 ii:-!5 7:00 7:30 7:45 10:00 10:15 (i: 00 (i:30 0:40 (i:,» 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:45 9:00 3:43 '.0:00 10:30 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3: CO 3: 15 ;i: 30 3:45 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 (3:30 7:00 7:30 R'PO 9:00 9:30 . Market Time Farm A sen I Poika Jmerlude Farm Fair West (.-rii Roundup Trm;- for Melody—M ' Bands for Bonds Dell Trio—M bnoris Parade—M C h a s. • S1 o c u m—M Horse Races—M Pu.iijne Alncrt—-M Decision Now Swinri Time Proudly We Hail Take a Number—M True or False—M News. n-Star Final Snorts What's Ihe Name of That SonK—M Twenty Questions—M Stop We If You've Heard This—M Three For the Money—M Barn Dance Sat. nitc. Dance Parade 10:00 Elliot Lawrence's Orch.— IV 10:30 Jack Finn's Orch.— M 10:55 Mutual Newy — 1V1 11:00 Sicn-Oif Top Radio Programs Central Standard Time On the air tonight: . NRC--7 L-i'.alie B-ind :7:30 Wh said that Quiz: 8 Uuiversit' Tn oh I lit". 9 Lile ot Tliley. CBS— " Sweeney and March; My Favorite Husband: fJ:30 Ray •menu Paige Muis Comedy 9:3 Dick Jurgcns Revue. ABC—7:30 This if FBI; — 30 Th Sheriff; 9 Boxing, Willie Pep As Paddy De Marco. MRS—7 There's Always A Won nn; 7:30 Rudy Vallee joins Leav It To The Girls: (1:30 Col. Stoop' Quiz 9 Meet The Press. Saturday Items: 11:30 a. m. Coffee in Washing ton. CBS—10:30 a. m. Junior Mis Skit. ABC—-10 a. m. Abbott and Cos tello. MBS—10 a. m. Movie Mating West Memphis Sfradl Surra fro BeDedicated West Memphis, Sept. 10 — (IP) - Syunc High School's Yellow Jack els and the West Memphis Blu Devils open their football scaso here tonight on a brand new alt lelic field. The field will be dedicated ceremonies to be held before fth game. Final work on the 2,000-sea stands was being rushed in 'an al tempt to finish before game time HEADS AUXILIARY Harrison, Sept, 10 — (/P) —- Mr: .'uanita Trantham of Harmon i president of the newly-orfuiize "/omen's auxiliary of (he Arkansa Firemen's Association. Vice presidents are Mrs. Vest WiIiYier of Stuttgart and Mrs Dorothy Montgomery of DeQueci The association 'concludes convention here todav. LET FOY DC IT o Level yards e Dig PCS'. Holra • Plow Gardens r Cut V.icant Lotr. o Also custom work, HAMMONS TKACTOR CO. Phone 105G S. Wslnut sit. caused by functional 'middle-age'! Do you sutler from hot flashes, Weak nervous, Irritable dummy feelings— due to the functional 'middle-use' peiiod peculiar to women (3B-52 yrs.) ? Then no tryLyclln E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! It nlco has wlit-.t Doctors call a stomanhlo tonic effect! ' M if COMPOUND' Lena! Nnf-sce d by K'I-V. C. Kay I U./. k mini f, Ja a 6 o s 9 to ,. to. >"a '& %P> «a ite5)C tyifr fijy* AI?SI , t^tifo ^ liP^iPi ^-p %^^%|- ! |^k: t & 202 Ecst Second St. Wo nis Ho<->>iJ'ai Cohvorhvd to Neg.r'0 UnlvLHvi V. iiile, sister ,,t the :Mra-ii :\li:;s I\!ar;',aivt V\'h:Uiker. , Ar:oy T '-' ol th.- :.;rooii!, and Airs. T. .:; L -d tov '• liruii . i-nteu-d on l!;,- n;-m ''/knv.i. ^ i' lll:cV-, it. 11. Hall p.l Cam- ' CoM'-l; Her :.',>iu:i -,,';::- oi i\o-'y ;;.uLi •.' tl !i 1 !!i pi, li 'A'iln !,.|,n i...: ;que !.;;; Jo' ivli Vli ' l:.:l:\ . llu- i.iaci:, .SM CL-"!H .,i t IH-CK- ! '"' '••''•'•''• I'Oll !-l!illill \Vl-i,• otlll-.iu-d b\ -.-^.'ti 111 .-.-efi p..--irl^. Th-.-.-• l.'M-v u-.l UP c;.lia h' ie ; !.^!'i. :j...i liu- 111!! .-..1 :: c:,L:-i,..,ir:il train. i',i:.m:: hi! iron: a f ' ! '<:u i:u e a.ld p.-.-i !:-. lor In • situation .M-ri- to u arrant e:-:t;viiio - jia Midi ;; v/i-re acidic !!'.- activity." ;: ':ii i'io i-;i:-'iialtii>:-, liau rc- lt',.:n UK- iati-;-t activity, in';!-. '.hi- I iniii d Sla!e.s iMi.-p.-.-l C,,-., ,-ral \Voi-el '.':ir:l the island v.lu re an •: i u rf-i.'M v-y " hax ijci'ii de- .I'lon- Jii:,..- V. Andrai'la, •i'-i o^ ill-.- r-hilipohu'S na"l "'..,, ii: (u!j .swii:;.; and .' i iUi:,t ii;n wa; uniler c >n- : RECEIVERS SALE J^NOTICK IS HKRKHY CiWI-'N. j That in |)ii.-sii:;nce of (he authority ! and ciirectio.is contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempst"a<! C'ounty. Ar- j kaiisas. mad" and entered on the i (ith day ul' Srplenibi-r, I!)-))), j,, n ; certain <-ans(- then beiidiir.; therein betwc-i-!i Citi/eiis Bank, et at a--; pli'iiHitis and Denies H. Williams' ; e! al.. as cli I'endan Is. the under- i sieiu'd, ;,s roceiv.-r nf said coiirl. ; v.-ill offer I'er -ale- a' public veirlue 1 lo tiie highest bidder, f.ir ca^li , at (lie Sutli-n Livestock Sale Hani : in the Cn\ of n,,|..'. i,, lii-nip.sle:iii Cuiiiny. Arkansas, \yithin the hours ; pn-si-nb'-d by lav,' for judicial sal'.-s. ' on Tuesiny. the L!!st day of Septem: l->cr. !!W;;. the lollowin'j; described Jj;-rsiin:il properly, tn-wil: . 1 Moline (io borse pov,- ( -r molor . r.o. (i70:V.!!l. eiiiiipped [or bu- ; tune 1 S;.v.- )ni..k u'iih II)' mandr ai.il^: mandrel bea.•in- v.'illi one • •'-' el:oi. ol frame tracl: altacli- L; drum, di'inn He;\r staffing William EYTHE • Barbara BRITTON fX v i'Vt»«'*'?> '"— """" ^^tMl^ WHiTHElD COKH« "fl'^^fe^lit RtCHARD LOWG •JJ^MiV^i^MSfe . .. 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