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HOPE STAR, HOPI, ARKANSAS Wedhesrfoy, Johuflry 20, 1954 ASSIFIED Be Ift Office Day Befot* Publication ....... a, . _^..^,^.—-, .f. .^- -I--,*---°— -I----- .^.-"J'-fT-—--"-^- »J|iAP ^ Tis l^fffKS ?d»W Afe rirtSAIIowed With th« Tha.Aeteuirt l» P*y* nt It Rendered, W 2.00 150 8.00 8 4.00 4.60 •1.00 . 10.50 12.00 13,60 15.00 . , per la* SuZ;. «?c per tach , 60c per Inch or» for Jrf«fluiar or skip- will iflka the Ono-day ra»». y ela»«ifled advertlslnfl copy o£<#6ted until 5 p.m. for Sr the h fcfllowino day. tillshert rcsorva tha right to , «dlf dlr odverti>enneri« «• tKifalfeotlort and to reject tub* rJf- af um pr»T « W .. IRST mow Idttan, «Uth at hou»M ir* Count ai on* not'M rMpW- ant Ad* unlen our attention, Insertion of ad and . I ONLY lh« ONE Incorrect l°ft 7-3431 For Rent five room house, tine-half block from business district. N6 chlldrefi. Phone 7-3662 •1-tf BOLEY'S Court, all new "safer" Two people $3.00 Four people $5.00, Pahclray heat, inhersprmg, arid foam pillows. Jan. MMo. UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, hardwood floors, private bath, private entrances, near grade school. Phone 7-3588. J. O. Luck. . 19-Ct 6 ROOM modern house. 25 acres land on Number 4. highway ensl. Greening Realty Co. Real Estate Loans, Insurance. Phone 7-4601. 20-31 1FIVE t'oom and Isix room house. Apply Middlebrooks Grocery Phone 7-3791. 20-31 Political Announcements The Star is authorized to an* nounce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. Per Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGttT RIDGDILL For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES Bolt Gunning for Sail Diego Open RANCHO SANT/ FE, Calif. Wl— Defending Champion Tommy Bolt said today that he hopes to repeat the $15,000 San Diego Open tournament which gets underway icre tomorrow for foui days. But the Houston veteran and <;uch other top professionals as Ted Kroll r.rid Jimmy Demaret ac cnowledge that National Amateur Champion Gene Littler might pres them all for scoring honors. Littler, while no', eligible for any .if the cash, is the overwhelming sentimental favorite. His hometown !ollowers from San Diego are ex jecteJ tc s.varm the few miles to Flancno Santa Fa to give him the argest callory of the tournament. The tctirnament has been shifted to this 0,700 yard course with a For Sale RUBBER tired farm wagon $40 Section Harow, $20. Electric cream separator, $40. Five room house with 450 gallon butane tank and 3 slovds, $1800. See Horace Graves, Blevlns, Arkansas. 15-6t YOUNG Parakeets, colors. 304 East 7-2038. Variety in 14th. Phone 18-3t STAR Voihblirn, Editor & Publisher '- •' aging mtot M«b. ,«Supr. Davis, Advertising Mch«B«f t Post ' ^,^j^j ^ w ^ ^ , <i», ieeafld class matter at Office ot Hopo, Arkansas, Mawh 3, 1897. t 'of tho " Bureau of (poypbie In od- _..;.}. ! 13.00 •jarripflead, 'Nevada, 3,,' ahd-nMlller. eoun- •^eprsiientallvasr 1(502 Steriek ,-Term,,' SOS Tew* " -. Texqs; 360*. N. 'the Assocjafetf Proa?: ' !>' entitled ex- two :ejl riefcs printed In fht» -vyell ps^ll AP new» GRAVEL:,for .sale one mile, west of Townscnd's Store. On Doolcy's Ferry. Road. Ellis William. •• 18-3t BALE oat hay, full of grain. R. N. •Mouses Phone 7-294U. 18-3t Ameriian Legion Post 427 held its regular meeting With Post Commander C. G. Carmiceal Presiding The members accepted a plan presented by the Commander, that would enable the group to buy post Color.). Each member was given a slip of paper on whiih he was asked to write suggestions for improving and making more effeHivo the local or- 10S2- MODEL 14 foot coldspot deep freeze. $230.00 T. W. Alsobrook, Margaret street, third 'house on right: ' ' " ' 19-3t MODERN home. Six room and bath, Nice double garage, Pave street. COO North Elm. ., Phone 7-4533.' ; : 13-3t 1948 MODEL Willis Jeep. 4 wheel diive. New canvas top. $150.00 Cash .Phone 7-9911. ' 20-3t SMALL Farm 5 rooms. Butane, water system, Bath. Cow and hog pasture, Barn. 8 miles south. Glendon Flowers.--Phone 7-5597. Real Estate Wanted HAVE, buyers for all size farms Need_ replacements for '15 recept sales.' Fast Action. United Farm Agepcy. 101 East Front^ Street, Phone, 7-378G. '< Janl 1-im.o Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana, Gazette. 30e~,weekly dally Sunday, com* plete'sports. KCMC-TV programs. Pale Hartsfield. Phone 7-4810. Pec. 11-1 Mo. The Negro Community Or bring Items to Mls« Turnar at Hicks Funeral Home ganization. Members paying were C. G. Carmicheal R.J. Hicks, S. H. Buchanan, Macon J. Wilson, W. V. Rutherford, Finley Gamble, Ray jmond Williamso.i and Earl Bradley. The Melody Five of Magnolia will give a musical nrogram at BecBee Mcsniorial CME Church Sunday night, January 24, sponsored by Circle' No. 4. The public is invited. SPORTS ROUNDUP .By TALiOt. By JACK HAND (For (Jayle Talbot) NEV7 YORK UP — A visit with Henry Armstrong, the old triple champion, was like a pleasant trip down an old country lane. As he sat in robe and siippcrs in a midtown hotel room, it was easy tD he was in town for a fight; and Eddie Merd, who used to manage him, was across town cheCKing. tickets with Uncle Mike. Almost 16 years had slipped away since the night Henry stood proudly in the Garden ring, blood pumping from a deep cut inside his mouth, while Arthur Donovn.n raised his arm over Lou Ambers par of the San Diego Country to give him a third world cham- ^lub, where Kroll won firsta prize, pionship.' asl year. Nobody ever did it again and nn- x>dy ever will, for boxing commis- England Takes U, of Toledo Coaching Job By The Associated PresS 1 - Thrue Arkansas athletic coaches chnngod jobs yesterday. Forrest W. (Frosty) Kngland, thp coach at Arkansas Slate CcJlege, Jonesboro, since 104(5. was given a three-year contract as athletic director and head f-jnlball coach at the University of Toledo at Toledo, Ohio. Ray Peters quit as football coach at North Little Rock High School and immediately jo'r.cd the Little Rock coaching staff as an assist ant to Coach Wilsoi -Viatthews. And at Russellville, Marvin Salmon, high school coach since 1947, was named an assistant coach :i1 Arkansas Tech. England, who is 41, will gel $8,500 a year in his new job. Ar Five Baseball Players May Be Honored By ORLO ROUER.TSON NEW YORK. Wl— Baseball's Hall of Fame, now numbering 70 mem bers. is expected to be increase-; 1 by two and perhaps as- many ns five today when the ballots are counted in the 14th annual elec Hon. Tho ballots, cast by some 300 members of the Baseball Writers Assn., of America hr.ve been Un der n oek and key in Commissioner sions in. this day make you give!Ford Frick's office. So there is up ono title if you win another, [no indication or how many will be Only cne^ other man, Bob Fitzsir\- honored. Winter Sports Irish Good at By BEN PHLEGAR monn, ever held three championships tai:t his were scattered OV.M- 12 years. They called him Tlammerin' Henry" or "Perpetual Motion" in the newspapers. His manager and hiks brother called him just plain "Hank." They probably called him other mime's too, in the Mexico City bul' rings an'l the small clubs alon* t he line where lie stopped But on thn basis of last year's election, at least five figure to have a chance to have their names engruved on a plaque which will hang in the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown. N. Y. Rules of the election require that a player's name bo on 75 per cent of the bal lots. And under a new rule, in effect ( for-thol first time ;his'year, a play off to knock out a local hero be- ei* must have been out of organized fore moving on to another town. bnll nt 'least five years. The only Now he is an evangelist — • in | exception in those who received town' raising funds for a Hcnryj more' than 100 votes last year when Armstrong youth foundation. aJDi/zy Dean and Al Simmons were dream home for boys- to be built on thd Soledad Canyon section, about 50 miles from Los Angeles. named. Joe DIMaggio, the New York Yankee Clipper; Bill Dickey, former catcher and now coach Henry at 41 is e little plump atj W ith Uie Yankees; and Ted Lyons. 165 points about 30 pounds over. ex-Chicago'White Sox pitcher and his bast fighting weight. He hasn't .fought since 1.345 just before he went- to the Chin^-Burma-India theater with a U.S. troupe. For years he managed fighters like Cecil Hudson and Cleo Shans kansas State won nine games and land trained others. But he has 'tied one last season and held East given it up, except for an occa- James Douglas, a native of Hope died in Kalamazoo, Mich., Monday January 18. The remains will be shipped to Hope for Burial. The Yerger Eandmothers Club 'Will meet Wednesday. January 20, at 7:30 p. m. in the music room. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK, Wl— Selected pro grams tonight: NBC— 7 Bill Cul len; B Groucho Marx; 9 Fibber andiMolly. . .CBS— 7 FBI in Peace 8 Cr'me Phdtog; 9 Rog .ABC— 8 Kadio Mystery Thea Texas State College to a 7-7 tie in the postseason Tangerine Bowl at OrlanJo, Fla. Since he started at Arkansas State, England's teams have won 55 games and lost 20. sional exhibition I go 00-sec- TOLEDO, Ohio, Wl— Forest W. called himself ''an aggressive 'ers'of Gazette. , Playhouse; 8:30 INCOME Tax Service. 'Nearly every farmer and many others are required to file tax returns In January. Maybe we can help you. Phone 7-3731 J. W. Strickland. Jan, 4*3 wks, INCOME Tax Service. No waiting, Two accountants. Farm Bureau Office 101 East Front street. Phone 7-3700. , 5-lmo. I AM now taking orders for strawberry plants for January, February, and March delivery. See .A. A, Rogers, Route 4 or Phone 7-4598, 19-3t Limits West Used Furniture , Ark, . lNg ancj RECORDING ttlan'. Blinds. Picture AH types of Floor Pa- Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring Work. Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington Phone 7-2622. .Dec. 30-lmo. CALL Payne Brothers, Hous« movers, insured contractors. Public service commission number m-1425. 313 Central Avenue. Stamps, Arkansas, Phone ;3-448l In Stamps, Arkansas. Jan. T Wanted to Buy tor. .. MBS — V.Peter Lorre in "Not My Day;" 8:30 Family Theater. KCMCS Television Thursday, January 21th 2:00 Test Pattern Film Feature Love of Life CBS On Your Account NBC Movie Previews Western Theatre Kit Carson Bandstand Doug Edwards CBS Evening News Groucho Marx NBC Four Star Playhouse CBS Where's Raymond ABC Ford Theatre NBC Badge 714 News Hedlines Channel 6 Theatre Sign Off 2:45 3:15 3:30 4:30 4:35 5:30 6:00 0:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:33 10:45 Dulles Warns Russia About Tactics .WASHINGTON 1 * l^-Sclcretary of counterpuncher" and that was about right. (Fi-os'.yl England, who piloted the until he found, tho opening. He Arkansas State College football' squad through eight successful seasons, will be tho University of Toledo's now head footbr.ll coach and atheletiG««director. The 41year-old England will take over the combination post March 1 at salary of $8,500 a year on a three-year contract. As grid cpch, England takes a job that has been turned' ove: 1 five times since" .1940. He succeeds head ccach for the past two years, who finished last season with a 3-6 record. ' England also replaces Athletic ond rounds" — for a worthy cause. Nobod;' has been able to perfect a style "lik-? Armstrong's. They try but they can't do it. He used to w-Uk in, iicad down, shaking his shoulders from side to side, slipping punches, picking off gloves manager and recently signed as Brooklyn coach. Walter (Rabbit) Maranville, tho great little shortstop who died re centty, appears to be the outstand ing candidate., Las* year he re ceived 174 votes, 24 short of elec tion. Maranville, sparkplug of tho 1914 Boston Braves world cham pionship team had been away from organized ball for more than a decade. A Bill Terry, one of the al-time New York Giant greats and former manager, als o is considered ;. strong candidate. Terry, engaged in private business in Florida pulled 191 votes a year ago. when Dean vos elected with '209 anc Simmons with 199. Jack Dempsey Proposes Although charcoal has been made for centuries, modern methods oJ heating ... wood in . . retorts and recovering such by-products as wood tar, acetone and acetic acid is comparatively modern. CHICAGO — Former heavy weight champion Jack Dempsey to day suggested an elimination tour Director Barney Francis—who quit inament to uncover a "real" chal shortly after Dunn did live weeks ago. . Gl Charged With Rape Declared Sane DALLAS, Tex., Wl A criminal district court yesterday jury ruled Iciano. longer to Rocky Marciano's titlo. Dempsc-y, visiting hospitalized vets at the nearby Great Lakes Naval Training Center, said that former champion Ezzard Charles while appearing a worthy con tender, ftill should dispose of Nino Valdcs for the right to fight Mar that Donald Joseph Sutcliffe sane, The 22-year-old AWOL soldier from Detroit immediately was ordered tried Bob. 1 for rape and robbery. The juiy deliberated only 10 min utes before deciding that Sutcliffe is sane now and was sane Dec. 10 and 11, dates he is accused of forcing a young Dallas couple to drive him into Arkansas. He is charged with raping the woman twice during thi trip. Sutcliffe continued to start nt the floor, almost constantly hold ing his head in his hands, and giving little apparent attention to the proceedings. Dist. 4tty. Henry ;Wade present ed; 'jtostirnony •• from , the county Charles, who is being boomed for a possible June match with Mar ciano, was outpointed by Valdes in a surprise defeat last year. Dempsey said tho elimination should be con ducted among Charles, Valdes, Dai: Bucceroni and Danny Nardico. "I my mind the public probably would be cofused by Charles fight ig Marciao. after he was whipped less than a year ago by Valdes. "I know Tex Rickru-d made me go through a elimination before I got my title, shot against Jess Wil lard, /s a matter of fact, it all started at nearby Fort Sheridan (111.) when I knocked out Jim Flynn in 1918. "Thon Rickard made me fight NEW YORK W — Notre Damp, for ysars a synonym for winning football, is showing the fans this winter that it can excel in other sports too. The Irish have produced one of their finest basketball teams in his story verlooked generally during early season pluy when they were beaten by Indiana and Bradley, the Irish climbed in a hurry after whipping previously unbeaten Holy Cross by 22 points last week. They were ranked sixth in this veek's Associated Press poll. Last night in their last outing before midyear exams the Irish trounced Purdue 95-74 for their 10th victory Joe Bertrand scored 25 points and four other Notre Dame play ers collected 10. or more. Students Try to Promote Sportsmanship ST LOUIS. UP) — St. Louis high school students, casting a worried eye on the recent Detroit incident, are 'crying to find a way to pro mote better spoortsmanship among prep athletic fans. There have been isolated cases of rowdyism at St. Louis prep evenl.3, but nothing to match the Detroit flareup in which a slur brsketball center as stabbed and seriously wounded. The stabbing has led to a ban on all night alh letics in Detroit's public high schools. In St.' Louis, student represen tatives on .the all city high school student council are attempting to avoid the possibility of such an oc currsncc. ' Tho Detroit incident has been set up as an example of what i cre'asingly poor sportsmanship car lead to. Tho student council, considering various-.plans, thinks it may be a good idea to set up some type oi rewar.l for good sportsmanship. Trophies, certificates or an ex tra school holiday night make a worth while reward. Biggest problem in the rewarr plan is how the fans are to be graded and by whom. Ashdown Easy for Bobcat! by 67-36 Tally Before a capicity crowd laslnight in the local gym, the Hope Bobcats overpowered the Ashdown Panthers 67-30 for their llth straight win. A 25 point splurge in the opening quarter proved too much for the Panthers as the Bobcats led 25-10 at the end of the quarter. The second period saw the Bobcats mostly on dfifenso but they outscored the Panthers 8-3 to take a 33-13 halftime lead The third quarter saw the Bobcats tally 12 points to take a sizable lead of 45-24. The final quarter the Cats poned in 22 points to 12 for the Panthers to win by a 31 point margin. Garnie Hatch dropped in 18 points for the Cats, while R. Cobb with 12 ed the Panthers. In the game preceding the boys, a determined Hope girls team lost a 64-59 overtime game to the Pati- .herettes. The game was tied at 54 all at the end of the regular. Berlie Allen with 36 points led the Lady Cats in scoring, while Wright with 30 points led the visitors. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Los Angeles—Al Cruz, 121, L'os Angeles, outpointed Billy Peacock Hope Hatch Griffin .. Halbert . Mitchell G 7 4 3 1 Stanley ................................ 1 Bruce .................................... 1 Huddleston ........................ 2 Hollis .................................... 2 Mangruro ........................ 3 Russell Bright F 4 2 4 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 TP 18 10 10 4 2 4 4 4 8 1 2 Totals 25 17 67 Ashdown G Kennedy • 2 Matthews Ashley 3 Cobb, R 5 Zachary 1 Sipe Cobb, S. TP 10 0 PO 12 4 0 0 Totals 11 14 30 In games played at Spring Hill last night, the Hope Jr. Boys came out victorious 51-40 while the 'B's" were locing 41-36. i 118", Philadelphia, 10. Jacksonville, Fla. — Willie Pep, 128, Hartford, Conn, outpointed Little David, 127, Jacksonville; 10. Chicago — Ron'' Stribling ,133", Cedar Rapids, Iowa;-stopped--Irish Billy Wanger 35, Pittsburgh, 7. 0 Copyrlcht. 1953 by Eltla Mack ibultd bx Kins Features Syndicau health 'officer, .the chief county]Bill Brennan, Fred Fulton and State Dulles seicf today that ifljalleo, a deputy sheriff and Sheriff Carl Morris, before he would con- Russia tries to use the Berlin Big Bill Decker tha.t Sutcliffe has ap sider mo as a worthy opponent for BUILPJNG to wreck. Also metal roofing and lumber . Earl Schooley Phone 7-2013, 20-3t ment. Tenn. CUS5 REPLACED with erlaln*! pfl Salesman Wanted like to hear iron) man with car who wants to step into business of his own in city of Hope. Buy. on time. Pay as you sell, also other localities available. Write Rawleigh's Depart- AKA-B11-TC Memphis, SjO-H Basketball By The Associated Press Holy Cross 82; Dartmouth 7 N, C. late 84; North Carolina 77 Notre Dame 95; Purdue 74 Lawrence Tech 58; Otterbein 43 Rio Grande 117; Ashland (Ohio) Four conference to frighten and peared sane divide the West "we will all have < from wrong. and knows right| wi l li "' d '" wasted our time." Dullps declared that such "tactics of division" would fail. He expresed hope that Soviet leaders will take a "constructive' 1 line in which case "they will find us responsive." He called specifically for action to unify Germany "through free elections" and creation of an all- German'government, .and for completion of an Austrian treaty. Dulles announctd to a news conference that he-will.leave for Berlin Thursday noon with a group of State Department, Defense Department and White House advisors for the first Big Four session, in five bi-partisan advisors year's. He s.'-.id from Congress may be called in if ncede;!. Dulles also: l. Sdid that U. S. defense plans C5j Westminster (Mo) 50 Texas Tech 78; Hardin Simmons. Idaho 71; Wash State 53 Montana State 77; Colorado State 08 (overtime) THE OAKS Under New Management SPECIAl LUNCHES Choice of 6 vegetables a 9 meats. Home Baked Ptee. Qn Highway 67 Wept Calvin Morrii Rwrol Work Solicit Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION PLAINTIFF VS. BRUCE BLACK ANP GERTRUDE BLACK PEFENPANTS WARNING ORDER The Defendants, Bruce B.|a,ck and Gertrude Black, his wife, are hereby warned to appear in this Court wlthhi thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association, Plaintiff hereto. WITNJSSS My hand and seal as Clerk of this Court on this .day o| January. J854- Clayton Fowler, count appointed dufense attorney, had asked for thoj vote sanity hearing but later asked to withdraw his request because of unavailability' of certain witnos- ses. He asked state witnesses we are sufficiently flexible to be adjusted if the nntior should be sur- Hornsby to Coach Sox Sluggers CHICAGO, W)— flowers Horsnby, dismissed as manager of the St. Louis Browns and Cincinnati R'Xl, Legs in the last t\yo years, todny| Stealing." was named Chicago White Sox bat I CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN IN TEN minutes. Don and Dale saw the first patch of sky and emerged from the grove. The sun had gone. The sky was dark, and low clouds ran before the wind. "It's going to storm," Dale said, "shouldn't we turn back?" "Too far," Don said. "It's just about on us. We'd get caught halfway." He still held her hand, and with the other he pointed. "Look, across the field. See that shack? They boil the maple syrup there, ten years hasn't changed that! We can ducK in there until the storm is over. The road runs within a hundred yards ol the sugar bush. We can go back that way." Dale nesitated. "Come on.'" he urged. "It's the only sensible thing to do, unless we want to get wet to the hide." But the rain caught them halfway. Drops light as grace notes tinkling on the dry grass, and then a deluge. They raced through It, heads bent, naif-blinded, nands clasped, and they were thoroughly drenched when they reached the shelter of the wooden shack. "Trusting souls, aren't they?" Dale laughed with the last of her breath, as the door opened easily and they plunged in. "I was afraid it would be locked." "There's not much here worth jusiea ii me rmuor MU.IUU ue sur-j tjng ; ns tr U ctor for the club's pro prised by what he calls something sprlna training camp r.t Hollywood new and different in Russia's al- titti(\e on atomic controls. He had been asked whether reliance on atomic weapons would permit this country now to agtee to ban these Fla. The Rajah all-time great as a second baseman with a career bat- .ting average of .359 in the NA Dale looked around. Blackened Iron pots and ladles hung from nails on the wall. Two fifty-gallon metal drums. Aluminum pails. There was a long wooden table, an old-fashioned box stove, one rickety chair, and nothing mpre. unlikely tion .,'or 40 farm hands. 2, Asserted that he still expects I of the moment, Hornsby's month tlonal League, will start his new I Dale felt water dripping on her weapons. He mfcde clear that ho assignmjsnf March J when Sox! neck from her plastered-down hair, thought -sny agreement on'atom orJF arm Director John Rigney opens Tho borrowed Jeans and Andrea's hydrofion weapons was extremely lhe carr .p ( >f specialized Jnstruc thin silk Shirt were moulded tight•" ' ly to her body. She thought, ner color heightening, 1 feel less decent like this than In a Bikini bathing suit! She bent forward, lifting her hair from her neck and beginning to flufi it up and dry it with her hands. "Cold?" Don asked. 'Goodness, no. It's a lovely to discuss international atomic lon<v a s batting instructor is ms problems with Soviet Foreign Min- onl p Active part In baseball. Ho isler Molotov at Berlin— whore thej wil j Kpenc i m0 st of his other time Big Four will meet next Monday--' .,.!„», on a baseball television but said he would know more about that after a talk late today with Ambassador Georgi Zarubin. 3. Reaffirmed U. S. policy calling for release of prisoners of war in Korea immediately after midnight, Jan. 2. Hs) reminded questioners that ho had repeatedly stated this pojicy and called fo.- return of the POWs to civilian status. H-> said that it is still the position here. 4. Disclosed that career diplomat John Paton Davles has been called homo frqm his post at Lima, Peru, working on program. to give called certain explanations regarding criticisms that have been made against him. Pulles |f44 security investigation of pavis has marie a record of 3.QQ pages. BF "" The record }s now ftp secretary s,ai$}, 9$p$ct to decide Greenlease Happy Over Outcome KANSAS CITY, Mo., (UP) — Robert C. Greenlease, whose six- year-old son was kidnaped and slain last Sept. 28, said that he was Klad for "the happy outcome" of tt»«* kidnping of Leonard .Moskovitz, revealed today Jn San Francisco. * «'"fc "The police and detectives did good work," he said. thev Sutoliffe had evev told them whether he had been in agovern ment hospital because of sharap- warm rain. At home, when I was a child, 1 always used to run out' aide for a rain bath." She wished, without quite know Ing why, that she had kept the reminiscence to herself. Don said only, "Summer storms don't last long," Pale topk off her shpes »nd went to stand by the window, Water tn dark streams down the panes Ol glar?, and she could not see out. The rain wag a heavy thudding, on the tin ropr. She Jpoked around, and saw Pon wringing out hts shirt »A?rore toe nut U back on, "Or a couple of big Turkish :owels." His voice sounded odd; strained. But nis face was expressionless. After a thoughtful moment, vague- y tinged with apprehension, Dale .urned back to the window, flat- ,ening her hand on the sill. A feeling similar to that she had experienced In the woods, of being lemmed in, pressed upon, came to her. She was trembling in an unreasoning but gathering pull of :ensions. Perhaps she tooa cold, She heard Don moving around: be* ilnd her, and then she heard his steps coming toward her. Once before In her life pale had uiown this shivery, icy sense of footsteps purposeful behind her. She had been walking down the road from the store after dark, and had sensed someone following ler. Her steps had quickened Involuntarily in fugitive panic, and the steps behind her ran, caught up with her. She would never fOr- t her relief at discovering that It was Grandy's old blind mare, strayed from the pasture. Her ?anic had dissolved in mirth and iow, as Don stood behind her, she said laughingly, "Do you think breathing down my neck will dry me off?" But Don didn't answer her laughter, He put his hands on her shoulders. "Dale," he said, still in that curiously strained voice, unlike the usual one, almost harsh. 'Dale." She swung arpund, so .swiftly that his hands were flung off, but he did not lower his eyelids arid Dale saw what ,was In hia eyes. He smiled faintly., "Why are you so surprised ?" He held her ishoulf ders again, with gentleness, yet with urgency, too. "Why,,Pale?" Words clogged 1 }" her throat Her thoughts whirled In disorder around one fixed ax's, Pon. Of all people, jppn, "I want you, Dale," he was say' ing. "I want you very much. And 1 think—perhaps you want me, Don't you?" He was gazing down at her, holding her eyes, drawing her closer against her will. With an effort, she held her bpdy rigid, and then she twisted free of his hands, There was perception In Pen's eyes. "What's the matter. Pale?" "No," she said, "tfp,* She Steady, now. Pon,, <wbm. 9h? thought her bulwark. Don, solid, the supposedly dependable. If not Don, yjen whw fifluW she trust ? Unless , . . "Are you by any chance asking roe to marry yoij, the she aslwd "I'd make a rotten said, reasonably, »'Yo\» know, that ness edging her voice, "I'd have said no to a, proposal. of marriage, Don. But I could have forgiven you more easily 'It you had asked ne. Even if you'd Just made the gesture of pretending." "Dale— " he began. . She sprang back from his out- leld hand. "The rain has stopped," she -said. "Shall we go?" "For Pete's sake, Dale," he burst out, "try to understand." She looked directly at him, her eyes blazing with her contempt. 'But 1 do," she said. ('Perfectly." It was Don who reddened now, ind looked away from her before he turned, without another word, and left the shack. Tears blurred Dale's eyes as she pushed her feet back into Andrea's wet loafers. Her hands shook. I shall never hear rain again without remembering this, she thought. A phrase slid into her mind. / shall nev'pr be friends', again, with roses. Some shattering experience In his life had shaped those words In Swinburne's need, and Arniorel Crosland had quoted them — from what bottomland of despair In hers? After a moment or two she moved forward to tho door. She hesitated, reluctant to leave the dark sanctuary of protective walls. She finally drew a deep breath and walked through the door. The violence of the storm had passed, leaving washed verdure In: its iyaHe. The grass was? greener,; the ' maples sparkled wetly in the! doubly brilliant sunlight. A hundred yards off, Don waited for her on tho road. He was smoking a 'cigarct, and she saw him fling the butt into a puddle. If only she needn't see him again! , . . And as her feet carried her apross the rauv bright grass to the road, Dale realized that there was no reason why she must see Don Parrish at all, after today. The drive back to the city with him w$s almost unavoidable. A refusal would only launch a flood of questions from Andrea and, on her arrival at the brownstone house, froin Aggie. Fending off questions and Inventing light answers to cphceai the truth was beyond her, But Dale had her own answer. Go back tp Swanscpmbe. Flignt an enemy stronger than was not cowardice, as might say; it was self? preservation. As she picked her way around sfey.Wue puddles In the rutted road, walking silently beside a silent Pon, Pale resolved not to go back to the/ Wg white house. ' This time she would gp to the cottage she had l}ye,d m with. Kelly, Bach to , we« as We 1 *} . the changeless safety of memories, and thj warmth of .* rememberec Jpye tjyit had, n,pt feetrayea her anr *% tt *"

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