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HOPfe STAR, H6t»E SSIFIED Mti*i»e fn tff&ce£>ay Before Publication .....^.,«^ M r f t4t,im.. r . „ A^r..*^-**- U git On« 160 8.00 S.50 £50 8.00 B.OO 8.50 10.50 4.00 18.00 4.50 1160 •.00 18.00 DISPLAY 75c iw* inch _,. floe per inch ....v 60c per Inch <tbdve ttra for con,._n*. Irregular or skip- fuXe 'the one-day rot*, jssifled advcrtlsiiX) copy rted until 5 P,m. for Mlowinfl day. ,..j r'eiefvs the ridht to ''edit alt edvetfltemenrt of- ^,jr 'publication and to reject ^ablectlonable advertising sub- ' ' *, ^. " ! t of 'nwre letteri, ttieh at houtra (.number* count at on* will not'be reipan- >for v etTOf» In Want Adi unlew * vpr*; 5 colled 13 our attention f.t fic^t Iniertlon of ad and 'ONLY In* ONE Incorrect 7-3431 BOLEY'g Court, all hew "safer" Two people $3.00 Pour people $5.00. Pdhelray heat, InnersprSnp, ahd foam pillows. Jan. 1-lMo. 4 ROOM unfurnished house. Garage Good Neighborhood. Phdne f'4428, 27-61 CLOSE in, Nice attractive 3 room unfurnished apartment with bath. Located at 405 West Fifth Street. 27-6t REALTY CO. unfurnished 3 large rooms and private bath. 322 South Bonner. • • - ; 28-3t DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls, mixed. C, .S. Meal.'.Salt $1:15 per sack, 'HAMILTON 21-lmo. 'E STAR 1899} Preit Johuory 18, 1929 VertM.W(S!kdoy..,ofternoon by ^PUBLISHING, CO. /Polmer,.-President m, Secy-Tret. r Building , Walnut. Strost,- n/Editor & Publishor <H.:iJonej, Mor.oglr.g Editor e, 1 ',*. Ho.mcr, Moth. Supt. .v'Davl», Advertising Manager -'oi soeond class matter at QHUe ' ot H»pc, Arkbhws, ^et"df Mdreh 3, 1897. tho Audit Bureau of Clrculotloni / Rotes v (payable In ad- er ! jnj,;Hop« 'and nelohbor- 1 3.00 Nevada, o*ard,jand MlUer eoun- ' " " ' ...................... 1.60 ......... JZ.60 '-4.SO , '«,so -13,00 lrio' 'RepreSdnfatives; * as-.DpHlles, Inc;; 1602 Steriek 'hfei?,'Tenn.,'50S Texai dllai^^Jexas; 360 N. chitooo i, IH,> 60 E. ' ,, ero '2, Mich.; Oklgjbomd City 2, ' IW ' Press Js\cntitled ,cx- ' 'M*»^of repiiblicotlcin i news printed in thl» , as : Well os all AP now* ESTERN SHAKES 'income Furid Dallas Fund ' For Rent -'•«> * JNFtmNlSHED five room house. One-half bldck tforjfi business district. No cnildfe-Q.' Phone 7-3662 1-tt TEW modern 5 room house. Garage, 2 blocks from school. W. W, Wood, 409 North Andrews. 27-31 'URNISHED.5 room, hbuse. Apply Middlebrooks 7-3791, Grocery. Phone 29-3t For Sole 400 BALES mixed grass hay.; 100 bales at 50c. Call'Jack Lowe. Day time 7-2381. Night '7-5863. 23-Ot Political Announcements We fetaf is authorized to ah- JiouncS that the following ate Candidates tot bttblic office sub- jtsct to the action of the Democratic primary elections. POP Treasurer GHARRY HAWTHOftNfi CLIFFORD BYfiRS DW1GHT RIDGD1LL For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYEHS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff ahd,Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES ' JIMMY COOK Trabert Leaves for Home •i V BY GORDON TAI SYDNEY, Australia W1—Ameri- can tennis star Tony JTrabert left for home today saying hc\s keening his chapter andj»jverse report on hK grievances* {hrrihg nearly three montns of tenms /in Australia until he talks with thh< United States Lawn Tennis Association. Basketball By The Associated f»Nri*'. Joe t. Robinson Invitational Tournament for girls at Little Rock. First Routid , ; Lake Hamilton 43, Carthage 58 Vilnriia 58, Gfiibbs 55 Wuldo 48, Loola 42 Calico Rock 4:, Des Afc 33 Gleiidale 40, Newport 36 Van Btiren 42, Leslie 26 Second Round Bergman 69, Titckerman-SO Altheimer 39. Alrtia 38 Ma:-c!hall 46, McRae 41 Penn Stat* 91, Pitt 85 (three overtimes) Rockhurst 92, Kartnas City Univ. 53 ' Furman 100, Presbyterian 79 Henderson 78, Arkansas State Tchr.i CO UUih State 62, Wyoming 46 Colotodo A&M 67, Montana 64 Porkers Taken in PHILADELPHIA WV-Profe'ssion all footbal! coadher ^— With the Cream of the roimtiy'S gridiorn stars to cilooss froth — plucked Lamar McHan and six other Ar- knhsns football players in yesterday's draft. MaHiin, the University of Ar'kah- sas' superb tailback who ecellod in every pnrt of the game and Legal Notice PENTO-treated fence post at plant. One mile oyt on Rosston Highway Phorie7-2048. 26-61 40 or 50 BUSHEL ear corn. $1.35 per bushel. Jess Wood. Blevins, Arkansas. 27-3t STEAM, Presser.. Excellent condition. , Reasonable price, One grand, piano. Mahogany finish. Phone 7-.2261, Houston City Furniture Company. 27-6t AT 1501 South Pine—this attractive 2 bedroom home is priced for quick Sale for only $800.00 cash and balance at $38.00 per month, which include taxes, insurance, principal and interest. Hardwood floors', Venetian blinds, lots of built-ins, carport and extra storage 'space. All on 75'xlOO' shady lot. 27-0t FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. THE coach says cut the-price and sell it. This gives you an opportunity to buy a<3 bedroom home at a $1,500,00 savings, under present costs, Let us show you this home with extra cabinets in kitchen, Breakfast nooR sp'ace, * '-hardwood floors, ".yerii|tia 3 6 v blindB, '.' bath with shower, attic ffin, floor i ifurilace, with thermostat, attached 'garage, and,many other attractive features for ,only $1,850.00 Cash and the balance on monthly terms. Vacant February 1st. 27-6t FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. Phone 7-4091 3,000 bales good grass hay. Also les'pedeza at barn. Reasonable. Good roads. Phone 7-2774. 28-3t from , BATES, Agent 2 PRACTICALLY new 760 x 15 tires and tubes. Cheap, 'Busy 'Bee ^Grocery. 29-3t Heal Estate for Sale .for 1954. new, 620 NORTH Main. >4_ room- House. Make <m offer.'You may buy it. 210 NORTH Ferguson. 5 rooms A good home for $3'500. 3, 'ACRES, 3 room - house with Ejijtane. About 2 miles 'fronvHope o>i State Highway. To Buy, Sell, or Rent :Real Estate See. 28-3t R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY A. P. DELONY MANAGER I , k'S USED ftURECO. j$<j?f,aity Uplift West U?ed Furniture HOPS, Ark. ?1NG' apd RECpRDING an ;'Blinds, Picture AM-typ9s<jf Floor Paints, Wall p». Deporatlng. 'Supply 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. 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 pnly by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must, exhibit them, duly 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 Hop'e, Arkansas Jan. 22, 29 Johnson Could Get Title Shot BY JACK HAND . NEW YORK W) —If Harold Johnson Doesn't trip over Jimmy Slade oniglit at St. Nicholas Arena, he may finally get his title shot at Archio Mocre. the light heavyweight champ. Philadelphia is the likely site soino balmy night net July, provided promoter Herman Taylor of- ers enough cash to convince -harli-j Johnston. Archie's proprietor. The odds of 4-1 favoring Johnson ;ive Slade little dance but the 27-yeir-old New Yorker can be a very rough character when in the mood. They say he has been. in ,hey jjym for a month geting ready 'or thia one. The bout will be on radio (AfiO Legal Notice 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 bden filed. in my office as Clerk of the Hempstead Chancery Court, a petition for the confirma wqn Southwest Conference honor.-,, was the first Choifce in the regular draft. The Chicago Cardinals , hard pressed for rt quarterback who can pass, run and pttnt, took McHah as their initial choice. As the tail- enders In the National Professional Football Ler.gue Itlst year, the Cards got first choice behind Cleveland's Browns who had a bonus p'ick. Cleveland 'took quarterback Bobby Garrrlt from Stanford. In addition to McHan, the pros also to-) k the state's outstanding jjlayar on a s'mall college eleven— little All-Amorican Richie Wott from Arkansas State. Woit, whose ' running provided State with its major offensive weapon .for four years was picked up on the 25th round of. the draft by the Detroit Lions. , • End Folyri Sagely: stood next to McHan in the estimation of the pro scouts. The. Sari -Francisco 49ers took the AU Southwest Con- Cereni-o end on the sixth round of SPORTS ROUNDUP NEW YOE K'fa — This c ountry's 'top tennis officials are extremely perturbed- es '.hey await the re- Uirn o-J their Davis Cup team from its abo; live and, in some respects, mysterious trip to Australia. They should be'. "Our head men knew that, as of flow, they r.nd their youthful representatives arc in txtrdmely bad odor vvith the men who run the game in the wdrld's leading tennis nation, especially with those Sydney official".'wHo'watched their'na- tional championships die a horrible ileath this week because Tony Trab^rt apparently did not feel like flaying tennis, "I ; don't understand it — I simply Can't think what happened," worried Alrick Man'Jr.., chairman of the U. S. Clip committee, as we discussed Trabert's strange loss tb John Bromwich, the semi-retired veterati, iilmost at the outset of the Sydny tournr.met. Hope,Prescoff Tonight at 7 standnble. They bought selves a winded horse. AfJ-Amerrtdins Selected After MtHon PHILADELPHIA, IM— Most National Football League coaches said that thanks to college football's one platoon system they felt as if they were selecting pigs in n poke at the annual rro player draft. Couches and officials of various NFL teams generally felt the quality of 19S3 collegiate players was below par. They said the lack of specialization cut the list of good pro prospects. The 12 NFL teams drafted 360 players at yesterday's 14 hour draft sessions. Each club picked * 'A player of Toy's taliber" he-30 players. All college gridders Three former < Razorbacks who and television, (NBC) starting at]didn't fee action last season—tac- Ip pm Eddie Stanky to Quit Basebal NEW YORK. i/B—Eddie Stanky added his name today to the list of stars who recently have decided to end their 'major league playing careers. Stanky, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, said yesterday he would go off the Redbirds' active 'player rostev to make room for right handedpitcher Jim Walsh,, conditionally purchased from Hollywood. Walsh won 16 games, and dropped nine last season. , . "I played in only 17 games last year, Stankey declared "I see that Walsh can help cur club either as a starttr or in relief." In recent 'months, Johnny Mize and Johnny Sain of the New' York Yankfis, Dutch Leori£..rd..Qf;:-: the Chicago Cubs, Bil Nicholson -of the Philadelphia Phillies, Walt Masterson of Washington and Bobo-Newsom tor the 'umpteenth time announced their retirements. Yankees still are trying to Sain the change hJs mind. The get Lost or Strayed B&K3ISTERED i J0rs,ey cow. Dlsj appeared from my pasture 3 weeks ago. Age, 6 years old. A crop and split in the right ear and split in left .ear, Reward. If found notify Vinis Johnson, Washington, Arkansas. 28-3t Real Estate Wonted buyers for all size farms. JNeed replacements for 15 recent sales. Fast Action, United Farm Agency, 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-376(5, Jan, 1-lnjo. Notice ORTER'S & OU5S SHOf INCOME Tax Service. No wait- Ing. Two accountants, Farm , ; Bureau Office 101 East Front J '.Btreet. Phone 7-3766. , 5-lmo. POX'S Cafe at FuJJon will serve Turkey Dinner, Sunday January 31. $1.00 per platerRlus drinks. 28-3t Services Offered MATTRESS renovation an<J inner spring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington Phone >?022. Dec. 30-lmo. s of Block 4 and all of Block No. 6 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% SW J /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 said SW'/4 of the SWV4 of Section 7, Township 13 South, Range 23 West and run thence North 425 feet to the point beginning; thence East 200 jfeet, thence North 330 feet, thence West 200 feet thence South 330 feet back to the point of beginning. All of said lands being situated in the County of Hempstead and State of Arkansas. And. the quieting ( of tfref title, 1 ,to' th<|s same in Quinton Peffer "ifoung, > Petitioner 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. WininqerSets Palm Springs Pace PAL MSPRINGS, Calif., W)—Oklahoma's handsome Bo Winin- Her is regarded, as one of professional golf's buddig young stars and his spectacular 11 under pur 01 led the field in the first round of the $15,000 Thunderbird Invita- ional Tournament. iToday, the newcomer to tournament fame, fully aware that one •ound tloesn't win an event, was aced with the problem of hanging on to-liis two-stroke lead and hold- ng off such seasoned threats as 3en Hogan, fellow Oklahoman E.J. (Dutch) Harrison and others in the select field of 30 pros. kle Tommy Gorlington of : E1 Dorado, guard Sammy Dumas of El Dorado and halfba'ck Jack Troxell of Jonesboro—were drafted. Garlington, n 0-2, 220 pounder who dropped o'lt of school because of scholastic difficulties, was taken on -thj eighth round by the Chicago Bears. The Bears have had tremendous success \Vith Arkansan's including.' such stars as Keh^Kavanaugh, John -Hoffman, Fred* Williams, Leon Carr.pbe!i, .and, Kayo Dottlsy .who dstrourccl by way of Ole ' Sammy Dumas, who quit the university and 'transferred to Southern. State College- at Magnolia, was the next Arkansan picked up by "the pros. The Cardinals cho.se Dumas, who was ineligible to play for Southern in the Arkansas intercollegiate Conference lant season. Detroit'? Lions took Jack Trb : ell, ;i a fleet halfback who lette.rW with' Arkansas' 1952 ; "T,"^formation tw.m, but didti-'t tty out for the single - wing Razorback outfit ; OJ last yofif. Troxell ore of the fastest m«n in • college football, his said he will play again with the university next season. Tac'klj Buster GraVes, : a 64, 235 potinrl giant who spent most;of the 1953 season on the bench, was the last university man chosen in the draft. He will go to Detroit. I.Ws. CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors. Public eerviqe commissioa number jn«l«5. §1? "pentral Avenue Stamps, Arkansas. P^one 3-4481 In Stamps, Arkansas. Jan. Mmo Solesmon Wanted are your plans for 1954? good Rawjeigh Business is hard to beat, Opening? Jn City of Hope. Fpr details write to Rawleigh's H. Beckworth and .Bonhip Beckworth. Also for theF«onfirmalton of the title in him 1,0/Jpe following lands lying uVHemp'stead County Arkansas, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2 Block 1, Lots 2, 5, 6 and 7 Block 3, Lots 1 and 4, Block .4 of the original addition to the City of Shover Springs as evidenced by the following deeds issued by Claude A. Rankin, Commissioner of Slate Lands to Q. • P.' Young, plaintiff herein, Deed "No, 93213 issued on the 12th day of February, 1946, and recorded in Deed Record Book No. 192 at Page 330 on the 19th day of February", 1946, Deed No, 93212 issued on the 12th day of February, 1946, and recorded on 23rd day of April, 1946, in Deed Record Book No. .192 at Page 482, And Deed No. 93844 issued on the 15th day of May, 1946, and recorded in deed Record Book No. 192 at Page 585 on the 10th day of June, 1946. 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, In pursuance of authority vested in said State Land Commissioner. AH persons who can set up any right to the lands so purchased, in consequence of stny informality or any irregularity connected with such sales,, are hereby called upon to show pau^e, at the April I, 1954 adjourned term of the Hempstead Chancery Court why said sales so 'I'm going -.o put my recom mendatiohs and suggestions to the association in New York," Tony tolcijjTJsej Associated. Bress as !he bOardcAl Ja plane -with his wife and' two Davis Cuji teammates, Bob Perry of Los Angeles and Ham Richardson of Baton .Rouge, La. 'I'm going to.tell them everything I think has happened clown lere so they will understand the situation," he deciflred. made of shall npt be confirmed. Qiven under my hand as ^Hempstead Chancery J?f HP* Clerk Court Wtt«f Archie Mdttf e oseS Joey Maxim By BEN FUNK , MIAMI, Fla., \K'<-^ 'Light heavyweight champion Archie Moore, having finally d ispcsed of -Joey Maim as a c hallenge'r, clamored today for a crack at Rodcky Mar- ciiio's crown. ' That target, h cwever,,may p rove an elusive for Moore as the light heavywipight .iitle chance .;.he pursued so njariy yeais ;' Chances are he 'Will e ither 'fipht Harold Johnson of Philadelphia or go back to South America On another exhibition tour. coritlrttU'd, ."simply does not lose to a liromwich after he has won .he firit two "sets 6-1, 6-1. There must have . been something we .ion't I'.nbw about. It was especial- y tough q h the Australians after .heir own best player, Lewis Hoad, had Withdrawn from the championships- to go Into the army. I'm afraid,it will have a Very bad effect 'tin 'their gate." > What Man could have added is that this loss is receipts will be vividly remembered by the Aus- sies;....when- the time comes around for them to send their stars to Our Nationals • at Forest Hills . next summer.' It will not 'be too surprising if they, skip us entirely and go home straight from Wimbledon. That is something to worry about if you feel • that tennis is important. As they hhve not heard from Trabori directly, all our officials know at tho moment about Tony s dreamlike defeat by Bromwich is what they have read in the papers. They are espcdally intrigued by the young champion's explanation, as reported, thai Bromwich, who throughout his Internationa] career was strictly a , baseliner, suddenly rared up :.md began attacking him in the third set. "I ; con see where. that would have up:set Tony," mused a member of bur ruling staff. ' 'However, I'm.afraid, I would nave to see it with my own eyes. I can't imagine old Brom attacking anybody, pan you" 1 he zmswer was no. 'Our own best guess is that Trabert, simply became almighty tired: of playing tennis after hav- itTg.:./oeen,,yn Australia, for v rnOriths. • He did not want to remain over for their championships in ..'the first place. He planned originally to play -only for the cup, then to\Tet;irii straightaway to be married and resume his studied Cincinnati University. Inste.id, he was talked into marrying the beautiful Shauna Wood first sitid taking his bride along or an extended honeymoon. It- took some doing to -scrape up the extra expense money The Assies expected to get it back, and ther some, in .their championships Their present feelings are under vhoje original class graduates in 1954, were eligible for selection, even if they have varsity eligibility emaining. Some o those picked matriculated in colic-go but never olayed, leaving for military duly or for other reasons. The Cleveland Browns, Eastern Division champions, got things startC'l by walking off with the annual 'bonus" pick. The Browns, drew the winning bonus .slip out of the hat. Coach Pnul Brown immediately grabbed the nation's top passer stanord's Bobby Garrett. In general, :he 'selectors shield away from All-America players in :heir only choices. John Lattner of Notre Dame was the only all-star to go in the first round. Pittsburgh grabbed him. • The rest of the 1953 All-America team was chosrn starting with Michigan State's end, Dick Dono- ney, in round five and ending with Penn's Jack Shanafelt, a tackle as the 277th pick in the 23rd round. Paul Giei of Minnesota went to the Bears in round nine; Paul Cameron, UCLA back joined Lattuer with the Stee)e.rs in round eight although he has said he prefers baseball to football. Kosse Johnson Rice back was grabbed by Gr^en Bay in the 14th round while Oklahoma's J. D. Roberts was a 17th Packer choice Guard Crawford Mims of Missi- ssissippi went to the New York Giants in the 13th round and Sam Morlay, Stanford end to Washington W a 20th choice. Stan Jones, Maryland tackle was a 1953 Bears pick, v/hile All-America center Larry Morris wasn't eligible for this year's -draft. ' ' .;; The Chicago Cardinals started the first round by taking Arkansas's Lama-.' McHan, a fine- quarterback. The Hope junior and senior boys will entertain ft couple of quintets from Prescott in the local gym lonighl. First game will start at 7 o'clock. f in tournament play in. Saratoga W- last night, the Hope Lady Cats came out victorious over the De* light six by a score of 43-37, The game was tight all the way, with the score being tied a number of times. Berlie Allen and Patty Rogers took high scoring honors for Hope with 17 and 17 respectively. Tonight at 9:15, the Lady Cats will tangle with Guernsey in the second round play. In the games played in the loral _ gym last night, the Hope Indepen- '* dent boys came out on the long end of a 88-64, while the Hope Girls were losing 40-31. The games were played With the NAD teams of the lamden Ordinance Plant. Henderson Shocks Teocheris 78-66 By The Associated Press Arkansas Tech today 'has an undisputed hold on ir'st place in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference last night, and they got it without sinking a shot. Henderson College's lowly Red- dies, -vho had won only a single AIC game all season, until last night, shocked a home-town crowd by drubbing Arkansas tate Teachers College 78-36 at Arkadelphia. It -\v:)3 State Teachers' first con fereiicc loss of the season after seven straight victories. Tech took over the league lead with a 5-0 record. Bob Zaleske led Henderson in the rout, tallying 22 points to gam scoring honors for the night. State Teachers' vaunted Larry Crandall, who had averaged 22 points £ game going into the tilt, was 1 old to only 14 markers by Henderson's alert defense. fr' Fiqhts Last Night ByThe Associsred Press Fall River, IVJ-ass—Tommy Tibbs, 1925/2, Boston, outpointed Harold Gome 1 ?, 124, Providence, lO Worcester, Mass Graham Holmoo, 136, Hartiord, outpointed Augis Salaxar, 139, Boston, 10 Augusta, Maine—Srnitty Hicks, 159, Portland, Maine, outpointed Bert Gagnon, 30, Lewston, 10. Quarterfinals in Girls Tourney LITTLE ROCK M»—Two prime favorites to win the Joe T. Roinson Invitational Basketball Tournament for girls, Van Buren's unbeaten Pointerettes and Calico Rock, are expected to clash tonight in the meet's quarterfinals. However, both teams must get past second round opponents this 3! afternoon^ --Van ..Bjjirei;), .'jvhich, ; has won 44 straight'" games, meets Glendale, and Calico Rock takes on Waldo today. Van Bure.n Calico Rock and darkhorse Vilonia won their opening contests yesterday. Van Bureh downed Leslie 42-26; Calico Rock nudged Des Arc 41-33; and Vilonia edged Grubbs ofi-55. Semifinals in the tournament will be played Saturday, with the finals set for Saturday night. About 54 per cent of nonfarni familes in the United State sown their own homes. Legal Notice No, 7506 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Tully Henry Plaintiff vs. Robert E. Carroll et al Defendant 'WARNING ORDER The defendant, Robert E. Carroll is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Tully Henry. Witness my hand and the seal of spid court this 21 day of January 1954. Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) W. M. Sparks, Attorney Ad Litem Jani 22, 29, Feb. 5, 13 fop Radio Programs NEW YORK, Wl— Listening tonight: NBC--7:-!.0 Bob Hope; 8 Phil and Alice; 8:85 House of Glass; CBS—7:30 Godfrey; 8:30 Thats Rich; 0 Capitol Cloakroom; ABC—S Ozzie and Harriet; C:30 Horatio Hornblower • MBS-- 7 Starlight Theater; 7:30 Tikt» a Number Quiz. Legal Notice No. 7400 In the Phancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Sarah Paxton Carr et al Plaintiff vs. Paxton N. Marks et al...,Defendant WARNINQ ORPER The defendant, David Sutton, Paul Sutton, John Sutton, Jenny Sutton, Jessie Sutton, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Sjirah Paxton Carr et al. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 28 day of January 1954. Garrett Willis, Clerk. Atty, for, *»• Friday January 29th 2:00 Test Pattern 2:45 Film Feature 3:15 Love of Life CBS 3:30 On Your Account NBC 4;00 Happy Home Show 4:25 Movie Previews 4:30 Club Six 4:45 Club Six 5:30 The Chimps 5:45 Western Theatre 6:30 Edwards & News CBS 6:45 Evening News 7:00 Bishop Sheen DuMont 7:30 Invitation Playhouse 7:45 Industry on Parade 8;00 Friday Night Feature 9:00 My Friend Irma CBS 8;30 Dillard's Talent Contest }0:00 News Headlines JQ:03 Channel 6 Theatre 11:05 Sign Off Saturday, Jahyary 3Qtti 4:00 Test Patten ' 4:30 Mystery Theatre 5;30 Feature Theatre fl!4P News,Weaker, Sports 8 - ? The Bjg Amateur Two tor the CHAPTER TgiRTt FOUR DALE drove swiftly, pressed by ail urgency to moye .beyond the outer rim of the 'shadows which had folded themselves about her Jn Armorers house. At the first , gravel crossroad, she spun the wheel sharply and headfea toward the lake. The roadside was brilliantly bordered with 'autumn, its voice a brittle rustling in the thinning foliage and dry pastures, The winis'n richness • of apples rotting on the ground came tq her as she passed an orchard. B\Jt this was a healthy odor of decay, not (ike that other, for the apples would return to the earth In 'a cycle of "productiveness. At the lake, where the road ended, Dale stopped the car find got but. Sand and loose rocks slid under her feet as she walked to the water's edge. The lake had a grayish metallic sheen. The horizon was lost in September's haze. Was this limitless water at her feet, or limitless sky? No; somewhere there was a dividing line, even U today it was invisible. There « a fine of retreat you cross, beyond wliioli there w no returning' A chipmunk's beady eyes and qulvery tail evinced his alert Inner- est in Paje'8 progress over the rocks until she found one flat and dry enough to sit on. She clasped her hands loosely around her knees, lifting her hot face to a sudden fresh breeze that was curt" ously and vividly reminiscent of Phil, ' ha vero here, she thought desolately, Of aji the world, PhD Pftrrlsh was the one with whom she could talk this through. The circle; the lostness qo.BjHsJ9fl 91 «>9 starting point on the circumference, t/nw «m<» (9T jSf«tf impact tool? her breath, For months her groping hands had oh the circumference was the beginning point? A shivering crept through her whole body. Her teeth chattered with it. She was back on that ocean liner, five years old, exhausted with sobbing, terrified of the great ship's unfamiliar throb of movement, r afraid there were no arms in the world to hold her close again and keep her safe from crowding, strange new fears and alonenesa. How perceptive of Phil to have dragged that dark, horrid secret from her subconscious'! And cruel ... But wasnlL.it better to turn the mind inward, dig up the past, pry it out for Inspection—and trample on It? 'Only a shirker 'would seize on sometning that had happened nearly twenty years ago as a,substitute for courage, Phil hadn't meant her to focus her rnoughts Inward and use that excuse for dealing with the present. What he'd been trying to say was that the past was over, donfi with, ; and that she'd better, do .'Something about right now. if a dark secret popped its head up from Phil's past, he'd stamp on It. And if she didn't do the same thing, she wouldn't put it past Phil to paddle her backside the next time he came to Swanscombe! Dale laughed aloud, It was & good, clear, carrying sound The hovering chipmunk whisked his tall and darted off, startled. But he came back, and Dale made small, reassuring chirpings until he lost all his fear of her and chlttered bacl? from A near-by rock. "Hello!" Dale said. But she was really saying it to a man with gay dark eyes and bright gold hajr-ra m an with whom, from the very first, she'd been 99 relaxed and easy that she'd tojd him, things she couldn't talK about with any T one else. That signified something, didn't it? Why go on questioning th<? motive? of PbH'f} muses? Phil "~~ ised he> & njfrry punish him because Don Jpt *%% 99" died had she wanted to fed like this. On the verge of sundovyji she rose, smoothed down her slacks, tucked in "her shirt, brushed twigs and a dry leaf off her hair and , shoulders. Paper rustled tn her breast, pocket. She unbuttoned the pocket flap 'and took out Kelly's notes. Sadness clouded her serenity, but only for a moment. A love lived in the neutral shadows of a dream world would not have held .Kelly forever. Needing the 'sun, 'like those two on the cover of Trumpet of Noon, Kelly would have struggled and fought and eventually escaped. Leaving me, Dale thought, Without either the substance or the dream. She opened her hand slowly and let the slips of paper go. They drifted palely, oh Ujo water, to her, away, sodden, singing — gone in a rosy tinge of sun? Set. ', '"' : ' • • -• -,.:".• : '•; Driving back, Dale averted her eyes from the big -brick house on the hill, with all its tight green shades. Poor Armorel. Beyond being lured back to the world 'of today? There had been flashes of normalcy, this afternoon , . , "I'll go In to town tomorrow and con» suit a psychiatrist," Dale decided, "Surely something can be done for Armorel." Through the village, across pie railroad tracks, down the straight, ce'dar-Hned road, Dale drove, M the shore, the prongs of the forked road offered the alternative of turning left to the clapboard cottage, or right to the big white house. Unfalteringly, Dale turned Qrandy was $n his rocking chair on the .porch, his pipe making a fitful glow in the chilly darkness. f}ow clo.se to Jove te hate? Dale wondered. How curiously, fear* somely interwoven? only now, w$th the snarls untangling, aid she realize how nearly 'she had come to hating this row for Mn&wiqg her better than she Knew herself; Wg pointing

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