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HOPE STAR, ARKANSAS Adi' Art*, Wiyabta to Will Be Accepted ii And Ae&ttttt* AUowSd Wilh Th» AoSrtitM Is ,, Statement 4i (Undated Oti« Thm m* On. Day l»y« Day* Month Ai M 1.BO 4.80 .,i«0 ' 1.20 1.R) 1.80 **,ltt 1,20, 2,40 8,70 100 2.80 8.00 8.50 4.00 4.GO 1.00 8.00 7.80 e.oo Rent UNFURNISHED fiV6 fobm house One-half block from business district. No children. Phone 7-3602 i-tf BOLEY'S Court, all new "Safer 1 Two people $3.00 Four people $5,00. Panelray heat, Innerspring, and foam pillows. Jan. MMo, ;',*'"?' 8.00 fFlEb DISPLAY 10.60 12.00 13.50 UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, Hardwood floors, private bath, private entrances, near grade school. Phone 7-3588. J. O. Luck. 19-6t ,***«. 75c per locii ............ 60c per inch 468 50c per loch qu6feW abovo are foe con_... . Inwrtions, Irregular or sklp- 4 "Ods will rake tltfi otto-day rota, iH'doily classified advertising copy £b# etckpted until S p.m, for mcattort , the following day. ''•piibUihen reserve Iho right to W edit Oil fcdvetfliemertts ot- ;fW publication and to relict " tobte odvertlilna tub- .-one o</ mot* letter*, .._. ,. .'I0urftt such at houua '\-t«J»phOne number* -count at on* 6 ROOM modern house. 25 acres land on Number 4 highway east. Greening Realty Co. Real Estate Loans, Insurance. Phone 7-4061. 20-3t 1 FIVE room and 1 six room house. Apply Middlebrooks Grocery Phone 7-3791. 20-31 . Star Will not bo raipon. :«>r v error* Iri Want Adi union W colled « our ottentlon lRSf InsorHon of ad and ' ONLr the ONE Incorrect f PHONE 7-3431 I0PE STAR SMALL furnished house on South Elm Street. Phone 7-3535 after 3 P- m. 21-3t 3 ROOM furnished garage apartment, couple or 2 working girls. Phone 7-3534, Keith's Jewelry. 22-3t Political Announcements The Staf Is authorized to an- fiounce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. Friday, January 22, POP HARftY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIOHT For County Clerk ARNOLD J. M1DDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B, (Bill) RUGOLES ARKANSAS Cards Hove Two Salary Problems BV tHE ASOCIAtED PRE. The St. Louis Cardinals in the! midst of a rebuilding» program still heve two big salary jjrob ;ems Red Schoer-.dienst arid Har Vey Haddi-to tackle before they can go full speed ahead with their plans for 1954. Schoeindfenst, runner-up to National League Batting Champion Carl Furillo la?t season and Haddix, n 20-game winner, are far from satisfied with the contracts they'-.-? been tendered for the upcoming campaign. ''Wo've had some talks with Schoenc!ienst," August A. Busch Cardinal prey, said yesterday! but as the moment we are not quite together," Both Schoendienst and Haddix FIVE room house. Call Mrs. How ard Byers or Byers Drug Store. 22-6 For Sale ". [•Co.ua/kf, 1899; Prei. 1927 January 18, 1929 ffllth<>d"sVery Weekday dftomoon by .**8fAR PUBLISHING CO. «''•' E. Palmer, Preildonf H,,' Woiihburn, Socy-Trw, * Ths; Ster Bulldlna South Walnut Strut, ope, Arkantot |AMtjH Wq^iburn, Editor & Publisher ^^tfPjl. Vone?, Managing Editor ^w; Hoimer, Mach. Supt. «y bavlr. Advertising Mancgor 1948 MODEL Willis Jeep. 4 whee drive. New canvas top. $150.0C Cash Phone 7-9911. jo-3 SMALL Farm 5 rooms. Butane water system,. Bath, Cow anc hog pasture, Barn. 8 miles south Glendon Flowers. Phone 7-5597 20-6 DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls mixed. C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 poi sack. DANNIE HAMILTON 21-lmo. f Entered at second class matter at - Offlco ar Hbpo, Arkansot, Att ftf March 3, 1897. r «f tho 'Audit Bureau of ' 1 Circulations, - MIXED grass hay. Top quality at Barn or delivered. Elbert May, Jr. Phone 7-2094. 22-61 Real Estate Wanted In ad- ition Rates f'\n' >*fW -7 , £ „ yeek'' ' ,»,,.?.r>:;z,..:S .25 , „,..-....,.,.,» ! 13.00 II In Hempiteod, He Howard, anrf^lltor'< HAVE buyers for all size farms, Need replacements for 15 recent sales. Fast .Action. United Farm Agency. 1Q1 East Front Street. Phone 7-3768. Jan. 1-lmo. Notice .83 4.50 3.25 |6,50 'J^'Advertlilno" sol ' OaHItet, lnw.j-~rw.fi'DiEncK Memphis 2, Toon., SOS TeXa» £ld8., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N, , f^vf,, Chicago, J,, 4)1,1.60 E. i"-N«W York 17, N. Y,; |X<53 .. -.- 'Bldfl., QeirWJ 2, Mich.; rjlfial' 'Bldp., OklpHofno Clly 2, i,n< i ( too AssAdated Press: Press is Willed oxide use (or repubhcatlon Ipcol news piinted in thu ... as well os all AP nawi afcnes, t_ WESTERN SHARES f;i Dfverslf le'd Income Fund t. and Dallas Fund „ -^ ji * -prospectus available from ; S. BATES, Agent Phone 7-4454 SUBSCHIBE Texarkana Gazette. 30c weekly daily Sunday complete sports. KCMC-TV programs. Dale Hartsfield. Phone 7-4610. *, -,'t ,pec. ll-l Mo. 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. Strick iCARL BELL Associated Press Sports Writer Chnnces are that Bowden Wyatt right new is at the crossroads of success and failure as head football coach at the Univerity of Arkn- sas. This Is tajcnt roundup time in college football—that period between the fall playing seasons and spring practice when coaches are scouting around Tor the top high school seniors. And Wyatt needs another bumper crop of freshmen griddors next fall to promise winning varsity team in 1956 and 57 —the.last two seasonr. in his current live-year contract at Arkan- arre reportedly asking $10,000 more ArnlP WMnm ' T ,T' ban they received in 1953. Red fc £"' e J™?™™^. °L^. Canadian Grid Deal May Bring Legal Action By FRED WALTERS .PHILADELPHIA, (/Pi — Unite. States and Canadian professiona footbal eecutives j.Tiined their checkbooks and mustered their le gal forces today ;'n an all-out war SPORTS ROUNDUP §y OAYLE fALSOT. said to have received $35,000 last season and Haddix $8.000. Betsy Rawls Leading at Tampa TAMPA, Flo., MB- Betsy Rawls, who ilnished fast to post the day's best nine-hole score, yesterday held a two-stroko lead going int the second day of the 72-hold Tam pa Women's Open ment today. Golf Tourn Jand - Jan. 4-3 wks, INCOME Tax Service. No waiting. Two accountants. Farm Bureau . Office 101 East Frbnl street. Phone 7-3700. 5-lmo COX'S Cafe at Fulton will serve Turkey dinner. Sunday January 24. $1.00 per plate-plus drinks. 21-3t Services Offered .. The Spflng Une for 1 954 MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co, 316 South Washington Phone 7-2622. Dec. 30-lmo. CALL Payne; Brothers. HOUSB movers, insured contractors, P lie service commission number m-1425. 313 Central Avenue. Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 In Stamps, Arkansas. Jan. .Mmo Wonted to Buy BUILDING to wreck.. AJso metal roofing and lumber .' Earl Schooley. Phone 7-2013. 20-3t H^liway 67 West USED m FURNITURE co. **84at> Pf C|ty Limits West j 8jjy:.»p&9eM Used Furniture Hope, Ark t . BiCQRDINQ Blind?, Picture All types pf Floor Wall Pa, Services Offered able. [Jfpllff «]«*• With orloln* IflflMftt and reeoanUe all io **"*"•* ^* »••** i» v*- «v—'*-*tiv*io f li\J\Jl~ss drain boards; walks, mantell, Steeps, Free estimates. Also repair work. W. E, Highfill. 501 Spruce. Hope. sas. The promising bunch of boys he has coming up from last year's yearly quad will be seniors in I95fl. The youngsters be brings in next September will be juniors 'hat yeai: and seniors in '57. Bear in rnind that the success or 'ailure abou t which we've been alking is success or failure in the won-lost columns. University officials, including President John T. Caldweli, are quite happy with he straight forward; hard work- ng Wyt.tt, and no one has told iim • .he has to win; to keep his ob., In fact,-no/one tells Bpwden o do anything—and that goes for monied boosters who can give oachss sUch awful headaches; Mr. Wyatt, in a 'nice, polite way, is the toss of Razorback football. After all, that's what he's paid to be. The Spartanburg, S. C., pi- came through with 35. three unde par, on the home nine to give he a par 75 for the trickey, 6,093-yard Pama Ceia course. Bunched behind her were Bab Zaharifis of Tampa, who has ,„. the tournament twice; Polly Riloy another former winner, from For Worth, Te., and Jackie Puns Hon olulu. Mr-,-. Zaharias and Miss Riley the top amateur, played along stet dily. the former hitting 38-39 an; the latter 3938. Mrs. Pung had a good round go ing out, par 37, and was doing well on the way back until she hit into a trap on the 18th and took 7 for the pac ? hole. Louise Suggs, the little Georgia! who is still the favorite to make this her third Tampa Open victory in a row, also had troubles on the back nine. After a brilliant first nine 36 everything' went wrong and she trudRe'l home witn.43 and a total of 79. That put her in a tie foi ninth with Betty Dodc 1 of Tampa. Female Help Wanted $2.00 'HOURLY possible doing light assembly work at home No experience necessary. Write Sanco Mfg. Company. 1637 Chicago Ave., Evanston, Illionis. 21-3t Solesmon Wanted WHAT are your plans for 1S54T~A good Rawleigh Business is hard to best. Openings in City of Hope. *or details write to Rawleigh's Dept. AKA-641-254 Memphis, ienn. Also other localities avail- 22-lt Found Anyway, cualified observers felt Wyatt was successful last year— not because he won three of 10 pomes' but because he put spirit Into his athletics commanded their full respect and taught them how to be students ar.d men as well as how to block and tackle, Wyatt will call his Razorbacks together for spring practice March 3—Ozark mountain weather permitting. Just how much spring practice will mean is problematical. The sophomors will learn much they need to know; holdovers from last fall should improve and Wyatt will experiment with some players at new positions. But it isn't likely that the spring drills will p.ive any accurate line on how the Porkers will stack UD next fall, Wyatt is hopeful of bring'- ng in several junior college transfers nexr September, and, while they won't have .the benefit of spring practice, some of them may make the first two teams, Little Bobby Proctor .came in from a Mississippi Junior College'last sum mer .and very quickly grabbed a starting assignment at a big man's position—blocking back. Too often, of course, junior college stars lose a lot of their glitter when they step into faster company. Glen .Rose is in the same boat with'Wyatt. He is having to rebuild the Arkansas basketball team suffering with some of his inherited material while bringing up new prospects. Big Plenty A in Saturday Fight SAN FRANCISCO (fit — Fight fans look for action aplenty tomorrow night in Middleweight Champion Carl (Bobo- . Olson's sched uled 10-round encounter with Joe Rindone. In his first fight sinse wining the title from Randy Turpin o: Britain last October, Olson will be facing a man who has a reputa tion as a nigged, aggressive punch over football taltnt. The feud over Canadian forays hto American football play&t pools has blown hot and cold for several years. esterday it was announced that rnie Weinmeistcr of the New York Giants, one of the NFL's all time top tackles, had signed a two- year contract with the new British Columbia Lions. The 0-foot-, 423 pound lineman no longer has a contract with the Giants, but the club still holds an option on his services for 3954. Commissioner Bert Bell of the NFL promptly declared, "The war is on" between the U.S. and Can adian pro leagues. He indicated th? NF.t might re- verso the normal procedure and raid Canadian player resources. "They had better start counting their players," he said. "We have a list of all Canadian players, som of whom cold make some of on teams. We'll go after them if thej go after our boys." Meanwhile, Grant's Presiden John V. Mai a threatened legal a: tion for breach of contract agains Wcinmeister. Mara said the Giants had al ready notified Weinmeister of thei intention to exercise their option o By HUGH FULLEftTON JR. For Gayle Talbot NEW YORK, — A big guy has just come to town who never or hardly ever—stuck his head into any sports activity without coming out with a championship of some sort. And he has been handed one of the toughest jobs you could imagine—trying to make a Championship contender Out of the Rangers. _The big guy's name is Murray Patrick, but everyone calls him "Muzz." The Rangers, if you don't remember, are a local hockey team which Used to win titles with reasonable frequency but haven't even threatened lately. In fact, they slipped so far after the war that Muzz' dad, Lester [ost his job after leading the club for 20 years. And brother Lynn Frank Boucher and Bill Cook all failed to bring the club and itians back. And, to make it tougher, Muzz niter only a week to get acquainted with his team ,ran into three straight games against the Boston Bruins. That's the team the Ran- S Te « have to beat to get into the Hockey League playoffs c °» ch s °»<»er, tus In Vancouver, B. C., Lions' Coa^h Annis Stukus said the club feels it has "fulfilled" all obligation? concerning the Giants. "He told them at the- close of the season that he would not be bac! and lhat he was retiring from the National Football League Stukus said, he offer that to Canada was drew winners not disclosec but a club official said the Giant lineman would be "one of the highest-paid players ever to play in -anada." At Seattle Weinmoister also said he believes he was within his legal "ights in signing with Vancouver. "I did not violate any contract with the ' Giants," he said". was no misunderstanding. , ww 1853 was my last year vith them. Attorneys have told me m perfectly free to go: ahead with my contract with Vancouver even without the letters I have from the .Hams' management. In his opin on, the option which the Giants old on me for 1054 is not legally indimr." J inding. er. However, Olson is a heavy fav orite, .to outpunch the Roxbury Mass., fighter as a tuneup for his, April 'i title defense with Kid Gavilan in Chicago. Proceeds go to a boys club. The bout will be nntionally telecast at 8 p. m. CST. Basketball 83 B THE ASOCIATED PRESS St. Francis (Pa) 9B; Geneva George Washington 73; Virginia- Miss Southern 62; East Texas 55; Wichitc 102; Fort Hays State 50 Rio Grande 74; Findlay 71. Centra'. Okla 65. East Central Okla 58. Seattle 80, Colorado A&M 74. Top Radio Programs NEW ORK —Listening to- rounded up the best of the state's high school roundball- ers of last year. Put together as a freshman team, they are a losing outfit. Some of the individual fresh expected to be tops are disappointing; others are living up to expec- night; NBC — 7;SO Bob Hope; R Phil and Alice; 9:30 Documentary on Formosa; CBS — 7 Mr. Keen- 7:30 Godfrey Digest; 8:30 That's Rich ABC — 8 Ozzie and Harriet; 9 N. , Vijce Martines vs. Mike Casillo; MBS -~ 7 Slat-light The ater; 8;30 Have a Heart. Weinmeister follow:, an impres- ive list of American college and ro players who have found the ire of Canadian football more at- ractive than the NFL. Green Light for Berlin Conference *- The Big Four for s got a final green today from 1he arrangements committee for their historic con ference opening here Monday Technical expeits of the 'four nations - The United States, the Soviet Union, Britain, and Franci — announced they have reached basic agreement on -the questions of administration, security, com mumcatJons and the press." "The remaining details will be resolvod by direct consultation between the individual experts concerned," a communique added The • experts the statement added, • "completed their discussions, on all principal arrange ments" yesterday at their third meeting in U. S. headquarters in West Berlin, They been delegated to work out the technical details for the conference after the Big Four commandants in Berlin agreed slightly smaller and equally rus- ged brother Lynn. Still we wouldn't want to bet that Muzz can't do it. He's quite a guy His Rangers won the first of the three last night, defeating the Bruins 8-3. Just to show you how the younger Patrick operates, he didn't take up hockey seriously until he was 18 years old. Five years later he was a big leaguer. Before that time, he had won the amateur heavyweight boxing championship of Canada. He had played on a Canadian championship basketball team, was an outstanding backfield man in the "Big Four" Football League in his native British Columbia' and took an occasional fling at baseball, track and bicycle racing. Vince, Rocky Battle It Out Tonight By JACK HAND NEW ORK, (/?)_ Vinc.6 Martinez and Rocky Casillo. two am'bi tious young welters who hope Kid -raviLin graduates with honors into he top 10 ratings tonight. Their 10-round match at Madison Square Garden will be carried on network radio (ABC) and television (NBC) starting at 10 p.m., EST). Martinez is a 12 to 5 favor- te. No Changes in Baseball TV Setup By JACK HAND NEW YORK, Iff)- Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick insists there can bo no changes- in the disputed player pension piap before 1950 when the current 51,100,000-per-year contract for World Series radio-TV Expires. "Nobody knows how much we will DB j'ble to gel on a new contract," Frick snirl yctterday at a press conference where he distributed a financial report on the seven years of the pension plan. "I hove read where people talk of five million dollars." he said. "You must remember we are :alkin;; about only what baseball receive. If we were paid that much, a sponsor would have to pay five nillion dollars more for line charges, time and other expenses. I doubt very much if anybody can pick up a 10-million-dollar tab for five or seven dajs, "Let's not get over optimestic I expect to .stait negotiations Jn 1955, It couH be with a group of advertiser? rather than one organiza^ tion. One thing is certain. If we get more money under our new contract, the pension fund will be restudied to give the players every benefit possible." The player representatives in September asked changes in the fund to raise monthly payments Hope Goes to DeQueen; 3 f Games Here Hope Senior and Junior basketball teams, wheather permitting, will go to DeQueen tonight for a couple of games with the Leopards teams. On the local court tonight three games will be played starting at. 6:30. A trio team from Guernsey will play the Hope Junior and Sen- ^ io'r girls "B" boys. Wichita Regarded High in Cage Ranks .. B BEN OLAN NEW O.R KI/PI-- This was the year they said (he University of Wichita would have to make the big splash in the Missouri Valley if Conference. And Wichita's cagers • are doing just that. True, last night's 102-50 walloping of little Fort Hays State didn't add much stature to Wichita's No. 11 ranking in the latest Ashociated Press poll. But it underlined the threat the Shockers are making to tha Oklahoma Aggies and St. Louis, the conference big wigs. Legal Notice from $50 to foi- five-year men and 100 to $150 for 10-years-men They also asked that annunities begin at 45 instead of 50 with lower plnyei costs. Fn'ck said he had been advised that would cost anywhere from 2\-z million 000 additional. to $9,780 weakened on sites for the last four tations. "I don't particularly care whet!) r the freshmen win a lot ' of gomes," says Rose. "Just so we . , ... WH „„,« i , uimej - f et two or three good varsity boys bird dog. Call and identify a t 425 ?., thj fre.shw.an team each year North Elm. 23-2tl happy," ~ < A big portion of the current Porker varsity will graduate this Rose will FEMALE black and white pointer Combs have been found among me remains of many very ancient people's, particularly among those of the Swiss Lake D.weljers, . THE OAKS Untfcr New Manaaement SPICIAl IUNCHPS Choice of 5 vegetables a 3 me^ts. Home pakeffpl J?n Highway §7 West PLUMBING spring. Which meant have mere scholarships to pass out t4 this season' high school seniors. The prpblem is whether there'll be enough of these who are the kind Ross needs. Fights Lost Night B YTHE ASQ9IATEP PRESS Fall River, M Clarence WUUams, 152 Fall River, knpeked owt Eddy Silvia, 143, New Bedford, 6. N.J. T FeJ& Rednpjo, 137, out »9inled Me Paterson, jqj,, a. KCMC Television Saturday, January 23rd 4:00 Test Pattern 4:30 Mystery Pattern 5:30 Feature Theatre 0:30 Bandstand 6:45 Evening News 7:00 The Big Picture "-'30 Amateur Hour NBC 8:00 Two for the Money CBS 9'30 I Married Joan ABC 9:00 Medallion Theatre CBS 8:30 News Headlines 8:33 Channel 6 Theatre 10:40 Sign Off Two Mow File for Office L "\ TLE -ROCK wi~ Two more candidates filed today f or norni! nation to public office in next sum. Pier's democratic primaries State Sen. Fred H. Stafford O f Marked Tree, who is « e »MuT re- nommation in the 24th senatorial district, filed for p'ooMon No. 3 Poins«tt County The district is % tt !ffii&£*u™*> "««to%. , pi and Poinsett counties. since the Cirst get-together of the four nations' diplomatic chiefs their 1949 meting in Paris. Under the agreement last wee!-end, the four — U. S. Secretary" of State Dulles, British Foreign Sec retary Eden, French Foreign Minister Bidault and Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov — will meet '.ill next week at the former The prize for the winner is supposed to be a Feb. 19 or March date with Billy Graham, who is ure to be involved in any elimina ions if Gavilan is forced to va ate his title. -The Cuban Keed wil -iave to give up the welter crown it he whips Bobo Olson or the 160 pound title April 2 in Chicago. Martinez, 24-year-old prospect from Pnterson, N. J., has fought more "name" fighters than Casillo a newcomer to the Garden from Blue Island, 111. Consequently Mar tinez was listed among the A division scrappers and Casillo in B class m the latust ring ratings. An impressive victory could move the winner into the top 10. It's a "make or break" fight for both boys, Casillo in particular. Rocky came East in mid-October with the billing of "the new Rocky Graziano." He losn to Joey Klein but bounced back to stop Danny Giovanelli, a conqueror of Martinez. The Giovane-lli bout started Manager Jack Begun talking about Rocky and he hasn't stopped yet. His career recorc) fc'ince 1951 is 26-3 for 29 fights. "Personally, I would rather see the pension go to some men who were not able to say as long as five years," Frick sa'd. "Even if it would be only S20 a month. I'll throw that into the hopper when v.'e discuss any new plan." Frick's report showec a balance of $593,400.02 in the major leagues central fund from which pension costs and other costs are paidm Total receipts for seven years ind eluded $915,352. from players a $6,970,247.77 "at t rib ut a ble to clubs." The All-Star Game receipts and Series radio— TV cash were counted in the clubs' pay menti. • That, 'of course, is the catch. The players claim all the radio-TV monay from the Series goes to the pension fund. The major insist it goes into a central fund that amounts to a joint bank account of the 1C clubs. I addition to. pension payments, a share of the costs of the commissioner's office and refunds to clubs for income tax liability on tho radio— TV cash come cut of the central fund. For some people, sounds and color are so mixed that a pacific color appears in conscionusness for each note in the scale. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF <~ No. 920 Albert L. Black, Deceased Last known address of decedent: 215 North Louisiana Street, Hope, Arkansas. 1J.' Date of death: December 29, 1953 An instrument dated January 1, 1935, was on the 7th day of January, 1954, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned have been appointed executor and executrices thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly *S verified, to the undersigned within Six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 22 day of January, 1954. O. A. Graves, Executor Jett Black Graves, Executrix Mary Black Johnson, Executrix Hope, Arkansas Jan, 22, 29 <& Legal Notice Legal Notice NOTICE OP SALE Notice is hereby given that I,' Myrtle Cook, Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas, will off er for sale at public auction the following described real property lying in Hempstead County Arkansas towit: • • . •• . Greenville to Fight Bridge Rental Suit ^GREENVILLE, Miss. (UP) — 'ity officials maclt- plans today to = ighl -in Arkansas suit for $500,000 street 211/ 2 feet back to the POINT All of fractional Block 3 in Giles Addition to Hope, Arkansas, except the following described parcel of land, to-wit: Commence at the Northeast Corner of said Block 3 and run thence South along the West Boundary Line of South Washington Street 95 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; run thence West 117.4 feet to a stake; run thence ^orth 79!/ 2 degrees East 113 feet to he West Boundary Line of said South Washington Street; run thence South along the West Boundary Line of said South Washington Control Administration headquar- es in the American West Berlin. sector of The week after they meet at the Soviet Embassy in East Germany. The third Week of conferring will be back in the ACA building, with meetings * after that to "depend upon the course of the conference." Coffee Prices SoarinL. R. LITTLE ROCK Wl -r The whole, sale price of coffee soared here yesterday to from $1.03 to $1.10 a sack icntal from utility firms using he Mississippi River bridge to arry power lines. Mayor George Archer hinted that freenville citizens might even «o o far as to urge the Mississippi egislature to hold up financial aid o construct a bridge jointly wit Vrkansas over the river at Helen: Ark, The suit against three utilit) firms was filed in Chicot Count; (Ark.) Chancery Court by Cros sett Attorney Ovid Sv.-itzer. Two o the firms, Arkansas Power & Ligh Co. and Southwestern Bell Tele phon*, filed motions seeking trans fer of j:he case to federal court The Tennessee Gas Transmissioi Corp. said it planned to file a similar action. The Greenville bride was built about 15 years ago by Greenvilla citizens buf part of it was deeded ito Arkansas to avoid payment oi 'taxes. The utility lirms claim they dodn't have to pay taxes to Arkansas, Archer said if the Ackansas suit Recall stores haven't passed on he five cents per pound boqst to heir customers yc-t, b.ut one groc- said he had been notified, that he price would go up on hi? next rder. Coffee was selling is successful it might result in charging* of tolls on the free bridge and Greenville citizens want the bridge kept toll-free. GOLDEN GLOVEtJ FORT SMITH U4 - Bad weather has forced, postponement of fhe Gloyes bpsrine jqu.rnsmfnt OF BEGINNING. Together with the laundry building and all improvements located thereon. The above described property will be sold at public auction on a credit of three months on the 6th day of February 1954 at the front or east door of the Hempstead County Courthouse in Hope Arkansas to the best and highest bidder. Said sale is made under a writ of execution issued by the Clerk of the Hempstead .Circuit Court to satisfy a judgment obtained by Roy Anderson against Fred H. Cook in the Hempstead Circuit Court on the 31st day of March, 1953. Signed this the 15th day of Jan- IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS QUINTON PEFFER YOUNG PLAINTIFF VS. NO. 7587 HERMAN AARON .. DEFENDANT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in my office as .(t 'Uerk of the Hempstead Chancery 'ourt, a petition for the confirmation of the title to Lots 2, and 5 of Block 4 and all of Block No. 5 of the original addition to the City of Shover Springs and also, the following parcel of land situated in SW quarter of the SW quarter (SW'.i SWV 4 ) of Section seven (7), township thirteen (13) South, Range Twenty-three (23) West, and more particularly described as follows: Start at the Southwest corner of : t! said SWy 4 of the SW'A of Section 7 Township 13 South, Range- 23 West and> run thence North 425 feet to the point of beginning; thence East 200 feet, thence North 330 feet thence West 200 feet thence South 330^ feet back to the point of beginning. All of said lands being situated m the County of Hempstead and State of Arkansas. And the quieting of the title to the same in Quinton Peffer Young, Petitioner ti herein. The said Quinton Peffer Young claims title to said lands by right of survivorship and by virtue of his purchase thereof on the 27th day of July, 1945, from G. H. Beckworth and Bonnie Beckworth. Also for the confirmation of the title in him to the following lands lying in Hempstead County Arkansas, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2 Block I, Lots 2 5 6 and 7 Block 3, Lots 1 and 4, Block 4 of the original addition to the f- City of Shover Springs as evidenced " by the following deeds issued by Claude A. Rankin, Commissioner of State Lands to Q. p. Young- plaintiff herein, Deed No. 93213 issued on the 12th day of February ill 6 ,', a ^ d r ? nc » ord ? ( U n Dee d Record uary 1954. Jan 15, 22 Myrtle Cook, Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas By Jimmie Cook Deputy Sheriff Legal Notice No. 7566 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Tully Henry ...Plaintiff vs. Robert E. Carroll e t al '• Defendant WARNING v Page 33 ° day of February, 1940, Deed No 93212 issued on the 12th day of February, 1940, and recorded on 23rd day of April, 1946, in Deed Record Book No. 192 at Page 482 A"? Deed No. 93844 issued on the ? 5th day of May, 1948, and recorded in deed Record Book No 192 at June ' The defendant. Robert E. Carroll s warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the PUUntiff, •"--"Henry. Witness my hand and the seaj ' this £i djy oj Willis, Clepfc The said Quinton Peffer Young claims title to said lands by virtue of his purchase thereof from Claude A. Rankin, State Land Commissioner, on the dates aforesaid n pursuance of authority vested In said State Land' Commissioner AU persons who can set up any ^ right to the lands so purchased in consequence of any informality or any irregularity connected with such sales, are hereby called upon to show cause at the April 1 iflsi adjourned term of the Hempstead Chancery Court why said sales so made shall not be confirmed Given under my hand as Clerk °f the Hempstead'Chancery ft ^ ^ryjr* * ^ klf^i{&?MiC!^.t^x$,Af.tL!>.

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