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1.20 1.60 1.80 8.10 8.40 170 1.00 Office Da.v Before f ubllcatfou HOFE STAR, H0PI, ARKAMSA 5 Tuesday, March 2, !954 11.00 TBe pi* . 606 per inch ,„.,...„.. 506 set inch quoted above are for con- _t1ve Insertion*. Irrtgular or skip* 3 dote odt will tak« the one-day rat*. ; M doily domlled advertising copy IwHM b* accepted until 5 D.m. for Ipubllcation ,)h« following «day. The publisher* reserve the right to ls*. of edit all OdvtrtlwMenrt of- Irtfl for publication orid 1 to reject . objectionable advertUlBfl sub- nlffeo* , v*,, > r i =, s Initial* of ,OIM «k more 1 letten, (roop* or^flgiirei tuch at houtet !<££ tabp/HoM number* count, a* one ' , , ». , , Mop*' Star will riot be. retpoo. for error«,hi Want Adi unleu — j>or* called *.to , our attention »t FIRST <»lrw*rMon' of ad 'and flttrt for ONLY the ONE Incorrect 7:3431 STAR P'tt*r;>of''Hop* 1«99; Pratt 1»27 Contolldortd January It, 1929 .v«vory .weekday afternoon by ft PUBLISHING CO. Watl.burn,, Sccy-TrM. tt» Star Bulldlna South Walnut jtrmt, H Wothbum, Editor & Publlihw H. Jono«, Monaoind Editor Hoimcr, M«ch. Supt. Monoqar .Erttored at', tccoad.;clost .matter at Pott Office at Hope, Arkoniai, March 3, 1897, ol th* Audit. Bureau ei Circulation! „ , Rote* (poyobl* In at -; ; eorrler In Hope and nelghbor: towns — ^ „ , , , , Week »«- r ...^.«_^i;., , M 13.00 , ( ..«. ! ,, w ~ . By ; mall , In . HempttecxJ... Nevada, oyertte, Howard, and, /VUlftir^coun- ;''All otrjer mall — "' Month ..89 wo 2.60 4.50 MO For Rent Political Announcements 9 fcftttWf irfifitrfilttttorf n *«,vtM*B*» I *k* StM IS authorised to ftfr- With ^rttSte bati, CfcX nouft< * tt « 4 tt « ton**** «* ttMrnMBM ti» "ftdJdate* for public office Sub- PIMM 7-2205. IJUtt j eet to lhe act , ort ^ the £)cm(v FURNISHED 5 room house. Mid- cra * ie prtaary elections, dlebrooks Grocery Phone 73791. BEDROOM house.Partlally furnished. E*eellefit condition, Nice neighborhood. Phone 7-3705 after 6 p. m. 27-tf FURNISHED 3 room apartment. 4ll South Elm Phone 7-5520 or 7-3138. i-at FoC Treasured HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS BWIGHT R1DGD1LL ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath. 203 High Street. Phone 7-3174. ' i-st 6 ROOM house.'1102 East 2nd street. Can be Used as a duplex. Call Mrs. Carl Bruner. Phone 7-4343. 1.51 CITY Cafe with all furniture and fixtures. j.3 t FOSTER-ELLIS' REALTY CO. 108 teAST SECOND STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS For Count/ Clerk ARNOLD j. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONfiTTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Real Estate Wanted MODERN 5 room unfurnished hoUse. Inquire at Atkins GroceVy ort Proving Ground road, l-3t NEWLY Decorated 3 room, apartment, $20.00. Share bath and utilities. 818 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. l-6t Real Estate for Sale BUILT less than 3 years, beautiful 3 bedroom home. Hardware floors, attic fan, wall furnaces, attic storage, disappearing stair way. Many built-ins. Ail copper- water pipes. Metal termite proof shields. Paved street, back yard all fenced. Lot 70 x 162. Located 821 .SoUth Hervey St. 12 NORTH McRae Street. Here we have a large 5 room house. Large comfortable rooms, plenty spacious closets and built-ins. Screened in back porch. House needs some repair, but when repaired will be a beautiful home Located in quiet section. Big shady lot. Streets paved. 2-3t GREENjENG INSURANCE & REALTY COMPANY REAL ESTATE LOANS •INSURANCE PHONE 7-4461 HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 1.01 East Front. Phone 7-3706. Feb. 9-lMo, For Sale PEA Gravel, washed, and road gravel. Soil arid masonary sand available Phone 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. Feb. 11-lMo. HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavitt. Phone 7-2118. 3-tf 80, ACRES and newly decorated house. .One mile from town. $20.000. Will sell house and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade for pine timber land. Call 7-5535. Feb. 10-lMo. BUY Certified Black Diamond watermelon seed direct from grower. $1.75 per Ib. prepaid. Packed in 1, 5, and 10 Ib. bags Bill Boston, Longdale, Oklahoma. Feb. 24-12t Salesman Wanted Morttto ',„„- ....i_,i,...,..,, 6.50 , , V* 0 ^- 1 '-'•"•••'• ".;».v»..;. I3.oo JNot'J'f,'Adyertliing , Repreamtotfvai: * •»-"••-, Vc.?l6D2 sterlck ... v ., u>v i,- I Tenn,/ 505 Texot g,, Dallas 2, Texas; 363 N. Mgan.Ave., Chicago I. III.; 60 E. W^pd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Jgiwwbjcot Bfda;., ~ Detroit 2, Mich.; ^r*rm!0ol ,Bldo v , Oklahoma City 2, |'J«tember*of tho Associated Press: - Associated Press Is entitled «*• lv«lv t 0 fhe use for republjcatlon local news priced In this i 'as well as.alj AP news " < «• ,r - VANTED at once. Rawleigh Dealer in City of Hope. Write Raw- loigh-'s Dept. AKC-041-F Memphis Tenn. 2 -tt Services. Offered JOHNSON Grass Hay. On Allen farm, 5 miles north of Hope. Route 3. Phone 7-4979, William .Schooley. 26-6t BABY Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Hamilton. Fob- 27-lMo. Kansas Seems to Be Really-Roaring BY RIP WA30N NEW YORK <» —March doesn't always come in like a- lion, but the Kansas basektball team seems to. National Collegiate basketball champions in March 1952 and fin- i lists for the same title last year,i Kansas opened its March drive last night by trouncing Colorado 83-62 n the Big Seven Conference's clutch game of the year. All Phog Allen's boys need no is a victory over Missouri Saturday to clinch heir third successive conference crown—and another trip to the JCAA Championships. Allen Kelley, 0-9 B. H. Born and larold Patterson, all veterans of 'ast year's scrappy finalists tarred as Kansas jumped off to SPORTS ROUNDUP .§» QAYLE TALBOT. 20-10 first quarter lead over Colorado's sophomore-weighted earn. Born successor to Clyde .ovelctte, the 1952 hero, led "all TAMPA Fla., <fP) — Certain big league baseball players, for no reason you can lay a finger on are earmarked during their playj ing days as future managers. It does not always work out that] way but it does in a percentage of such cases. Basketball By United Press EAST Brown 60; '' Connecticut 91; Tlrfts 56 Birdie Tebbetts was one of these through his' long career as a big league catcher, and so it seems perfectly natural to find him here) getting his feet on the g round as the new directing genius of the Cincinnati Redlegs. Birdie always has been a smarter cookie than average, and the odds are that he will make a good manager. Gabe Paul, the youthful general manager of the club has no doubt that he has acquired a gem. In appearance Gabe is the same fcl 55 he scorers with 23 points while| low wno nired Rogers Hornsby to estricting Colorado star BUrdette' run his c ' ul3 a year a §°- but & Haklorson to 5. Kellt chipped in 20' takes onlv a snort conversation to nd Patterson 13, Kansas now has 10-1 conference record and Colo- ado 9-2 with one to play. Spring Hill Loses in'B' Tourney Play In District 7W, "B"division bas- etball tournament at Prescott last ight Stamps nosed Spring Hill 57 o 59 in a close contest. The Spring Hill boys, leading tith only a minute to. go, practical- gavc the game away. In other contest Okolona .efeat- d Glenwood 63 to 34; Locksburg owned Bright Star 71 to 43 while ancburg bowed to- Garland 53 to Games scheduled today; 1 p. m. /inthrop vs. Mineral Springs; 2:20 irby vs: Fouke; 3:40 Cale vs. Le- learn that the experience aged him considerably. It comes out in his estimate of Tebbetts. "He's a planner," he says, "and he's flexible. He doesn't make a decision today and that's it for ever. Birdie is a man who can be reasoned with and who can change his mind as developments war rant. He's a thinker and he's go ing to be a great manager." You will note that Gabe did not mention Hornsby's name. He isn't knocking the old diamond im mortal whom he let out late last season. He's just saying that now he has a manager who is willing to talk with him now and again, and that it's a fine feeling. Having finished sixth so many that it begins to look per manent, the Redlegs are trying earnesly to do something about their fortunes. They have an aw ful lot of players in camp, so many that Tebbetts won't properly know the name of some for several weeks yet. That severely compli . - ,.,,,„,. isville; 6:30 Gillham vs. Fore-! C ° tes the task of a freshmatl mail nan; 7:50 Dierks vs. Bodcaw; 9: levins vs. Umpire. PRICED to sell at once. One Mar ine plywood boat (nearly new), and 5 horse Sea King Out-board motor,. Guaranteed to : be in j>e>' feet ' condition.' 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'B;< INTERNATIONAL two row tractor with tanden disc, rnpw e j-- planter, cultivator fana :; 'breakirifl plo\ys. Terms if wanted. See' Howard Houston or phone'7-2261; 27-31 FARM Wagon just like new. Terms if wanted.-See Howard Houston at Houston City Furniture Com> pany or phone 7-2261. 27-3t For Safe or Trade LATE model Ford Tractor, cultivator, planters, and distributors, 14" mqld board plow tfnd spring tooth banro\v, readable. Terms Elmer May, Bodca,w, Pump Station. 2 5 . 6 Notice VOTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive,or tourists inquire. 2 people $3.00, 4 people $5.00,., Feb. 17-1 Mo. HORACE HUBBARP *nd iff* , »x BATES, - • We give the best Prices and best Trades for your told Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo, NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING—CLOSE IN PRIVATE parking space, by the month.now available, at parking lot, rear of St. Mark's Episcopal Church. 3rd and ;Elm. Contact Joe Mason at Frisco Depot Dai' ly, after 2 p. m, l-6t COMBINE "International, 42 inch' cut, tractor "Farmall 10-20", orchard type on rifbber, mower "Case" horse-drawn truck 1942 Dodge, % ton, oats, 1,200 bushels bulk o? sack 1953 crop, saw Jogs, 12,000 board feet (more or less) in woods. Bids will be accepted until March 10, 1954. Experiment Station, Hope, Ark. Phone 7-4458. 2-6t SUBSCRIBE Texatkona Gazette. Best-in-Reading material. Complete sports. KCMC-TV programs. Phone 7-4.610. Dale Hartsfield. Feb. 5-lMp. Income Taxes ONE qore lot'with 3 room house. Butane, electricity, good well of water.: Patmos. See Mrs. Simmons at'Laha Cleaners or Phone 7-5575. 2-3t NEW white gold wedding ring set. 54 carat stone. Smaller diamonds in wedding band. Jewelers written guarantee. Save $100.00. Phone 7-4913. 2-3t TWO Accountants to help you. IQi East'Front Street. Farm Bureau : Office. Phone 7-3766. Feb. 0-lMo, LAST CALL PURE lespedezu hay, alfalfa, also mixed bermuda and Johnson grass. Ross Gillespie. 2-6t Basketball By he Associated Press (strict 1E Senior Girls Jasper 53 Snow Ball 29 Leslie 49, Eureka Springs 20*? Mountain Home 42,' Valfe Springs 26 St. Joe 47 Norfolk 20 ' District 1W Class B Senior BoV MountainbUrg 69, Gravette 47; Farmington 75, Elins 38 '; Mulberry 60 Winslow 40 >'; District 2 Glass A Senior Boys 8 Beebe 22 Bald Knob 38 1 Tuckerman 67, Egypt 54 Hoxie -76, Clover Bend 59 District 2N Class BSenior Boy'/s Ash Flat 70 Rural Special 375 Mammouth Springs 82, WillifoVi 39 : T Wonfed to Buy CULTIVATOR for "A" John Deere tractor. Quote price. Write J. R. 'Beyenga, Emmet, Route 2,.24-Ot FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY and Slip Covered. Also custom made draperies, cornlsh boards ana: bed spreads. Work Guaranteed. L MRS, J. W. GODWIN Phon<s 7-4414 416 West Division present* a complete line of BEAUTY COUNSEUOR CJ38METJP8 »t . . Hazel's Beauty 6hop, Phone 7-287«-, 9Pf"e In for free consultation, Hpme Phpne 7-3156. LOOK!!! your I most oas Jrtw*.w*v» tfift»»BHi8jra, , -HOUSTON CttyBurbiture.CQ, MODERN 5 room home. Venetian blinds. Floor furnace.' Attic fan. 3 blocks from school. Located 608 North Elm. 2-6t The Negro Community By Helen Turner ^ Phona 7-6«30 Or bring Items to Mlsi Turner at Hicks Funeral Home Sunday was an ideal day for the church services at St. Luke and Sheppard. In the Sunday School a contest was on and Mrs. Gertrude Nash, a teacher of the Primary Department was the winner, and a Sunday School Commentary was presented to the class for the month of March. A large appreciative crowd attended ,Jhe services. The pastor was invited to the home of Mrs. Julia Woods for dinner. After dinner, the pastor and members visited Thomas Martin who is ill at his home. They pre- paeed dinner and presented hini with a contribution. Mount Pleasant 1, Hardy 54 ' Violet Hill 79 Pleasant Grove 5 District 28 Class BSenior Boys Newark 59, Floral 42 J Bradford 77, Quitman 55 Rose Bud 76 McRae 56 District 3 Class B Senior Boys : Dell 79 Biggers 64 Oak Grove 67, Knobel 39 .; Greenway 65, Tyronza 46 '•,' Lake City, 83 Weiner 56 Luxor a 87 Marmaduke 56 : ; District 5S Class B Se n lor Boys Harmony Grove 83, Poyen 45 District 5S Senior Girls Poyen 31, Ouachita 29 Lonoke 49, Harmony Grove 47 District 7E Class B Senior Boys Harmony Grove 52 Chidester 34 Mount Holly 64, Princeton 41 ' District 7W Class B Senior Boys Okolona 6', Glenwood '4 : Lockesburg 71, Bright Star 49 Stamps 59 Springhill 57 ] Garland 53 Laneburg 51 District 8N Class B Senior Boys Woodlawn 66, Linwood 39 Plumb Bayou 59, Wabbeseka 38 Rison 55 Glendale 46 District 8N Senior Girls New Ediburg 45 Whitehall 35 Kentucky Is Back on Top of Cage List NEW YORK l/W - Kentucky's all-wining Taasketball team regained its favorite-spot today when the nation's sports writers and sportscasters named the Wildcats No. 1 team in the country. Ousted from the top spot for the past two weeks by Duquesne, Kjin tucky rolled back with first place votes from 59 of the 120 experts who cast ballots. On the usual basis of 10 points for first, nine for second and so forth, Kentucky totaled 964 points. ' Kentucky which headed the poll from the third week of the season through the ninth, completed it's Cornell 73 Dartmouth 53 Utica 83 Harpur 69 Duq^esne 67; St. Bonaventun Springfield 83: Rhode Island 80 St. Michaels 85 St. Anselms 71 Juniata 76; Susquehanna 58 Drexel Inst. 72 Philadelphia Textile 61 Ride 93; Kings College 54 SOUTH Kentucky 68; Alabama 43 Tennessee 92; Auburn 86 Vanderbilt 83 Georgia 67 Florida 77 Georgia Tech 59 Louisiana State 76; Mississippi S3 Tulane 59; Mississippi State 53 Southeastern Louisiana State C4 Northwestern Louisiana State 60 Mere Formality for Tech Cagers By CARL BLL LITTLE ROCK (ft — Arkansas Tech's aptly named Wonder Boy? tonight will go through what would seem to be just a formality to win their fifth successive trip to the National Association of Intercolle giate Athletics basketball tourna ment at Kansas City. The final of the state NAIA play offs here sends Coach Sam Hinds man's high scorers against Ar kansas State Teachers College, a team they whipped twice on their way to the Arkansas Intercollegi ate Conference championship. Tech met one of its toughest tests of the season in the playoff's opening round last night and sur vived handsomely with a 9-85 conquest of non-conference Arkansas State. The Wonder Boys, for all practical purposes, probably wrap ped up the state NAIA tiile in that one. MIDWEST Bowling Green 95; Western Michigan 62 •Kansas 83; Colorado 62 Hamiline 83 St. Mary's (Minn ) 72 Illinois 84; Northwestern 82 Iowa 84: Ohio State 71 Valparaiso 70 John Carroll 63 Carroll 83 Ricks 82 St. John's (Minn.) 77; MacAles ter 73 Wisconsin 79; Michigan State 56 Michigan 83; Purdue 79 Missouri 82 Nebraska 67 Stevensons Point 80; Oshkosh 75 La Crosse Tchrs 95 Stout 76 Milwaukee Tchrs 73; Whitewater Techrs 62 Dickinson chrs 84; BlackhiUs Tchrs 61 Morningsidc 96 South Dakota 02 Porkers Start Spring Practice on Wednesday FAYETTEVILLE (JP) — From the standpoint of varsity action the University of Arkansas football squad that turns out for spring practice tomorrow will be the least experienced since World War Smith May Join Staff of Bear Bryant BY CARL BELL LITTLE ROCK — Southern SOUHWEST Baylor 79; Texas A & M 65 Oklahoma City 58; Houston 54 Arizona 56 Texas Western 52 agcr "It isn't a bad looking team at all," Birdie insisted. "We're prft ty well set at every position, and if we get pitching we could clmb. If Saul Rogovin's arm is- all -right again that could be very import! Hendrix College 85; Army-Navy AAU Tournament at Ccnway Bald Knob Civics 84 Ecldins Service of Stuttgart 69 ant. We just got him from the Chicago White Sox. Our power is till right for where .we are now in the second division, but when we get up in the first division of course we will need . more." It's the first time we ever heard a manager put things -just - that way, but the reasoning makes sense when you think of it. Bir die was reminded that he had five pretty tough clubs above him in the National League, and that the' first one he would have" to climb over would be the New York Giants. "I don't give a damn what team ,v& climb over," he snapped, "just so we climb. And we'will." Hospital Hot Springs 62 Acee Milk of Fort Smith 70; Ben Pearson of Pine Bluff 49 • NEW YORK (JP) —This is annua 'Why Springs Training?" week when almost any publication yoi pick up will feature a genuine land-tooled "expose" of the cus .om of taking baseball players South for a. month of sunshine am exercise before the season begins It is not really necessary to reac more lhan one of them, for the ieneral theme is the same. Spring raining is strictly a racket designed to get the paying customers up North excited/ahead of ime. It doesn't do anything for he players that couldn't be done >y dunking them a couple of times in a Turkish bath. As for the actual benefits, we've iften wondered vaguely about thai rurselves. The best conclusion is hat it doesn't do any of them any harm unless they step in a hole on some minor league field, and hat is undoubtedly does some of hem a lot of good, especially those vho are inclined to take on. bulb- •er during the winter. In every team's camp there are layers, who are ready to go nine nmngs the day they report, In act, one of Dazzy Vance's favor- ts stories about Uncle Wilbert Robinson, the fabulous old Brook- yn manager, concerns the camp pening when Robby greeted all is athletes fondly and said that, oggone it, he was hungry to see ome baseball and how about hav- ng a game? And," Dazzy recalls, "we put n a real humdinger for him, nine- ill innings with sliding and every- hing. Robby sat there in his ockcr and loved every minute of Some of us were a mite sore ie next few days." That however, was an excep- Mrs. Vesser HU1 left for San Francisco, Calif., for an indeiii visit with relatives and, friends- Mrs, Jphnnte B. Story Pi " J ~ vMtiw few "- m' ~ regular season on last night by defeating Alabama 68-43 for a 20-0 mark. Duquesne, upset by Cincinnati Friday and again by Dayton Saturday, tumbled all the way .to fourth' place. * Indiana's defending Uational Collegiate basketball champions took over the second spot with 722- points and Western Kentucky also ranked ahead of Duquesne with and friends. Second Quarterly corference will tup held Sunday, March 7, at Bee- Bee Memorial CME Church with, A. Morris, presiding Elder . onal case. The average manager 3day doesn't want to see anything xcept some running and pepper imos for most of the first week". lat doesn't go, of course, fcr players who have been earning pay in the Caribbean leagues all winter. Actually, it's a little silly Injury to Williams Blow to Sox By BE.N LAN • Associated Press Sports Writer The opening of the 1954 Ameri can League season is still six weeks away but the pennant stock of the Boston Red Sox, faced with the loss of. Ted Williams, has already slumped to almost microscopic proportions. The 35-year-old outfielder suffered a fractured left shoulder in the first 10 minutes of spring training yesterday when he stumbled and fell while chasing a sinking liner off the bat of Hoot Evers. There's no telling just how much of the upcoming campaign he'll miss but examining physicians- said, "He will not be able to lift his arm or swing a bat for six weeks.' Williams himself is more optimistic and predicts he will be in the opening day lineup against the Philadelphia Athletics April 13. "I'm going to work that much harder to get in shape," he said. Ion's Choice Back for Try at Victory Hot Cprings . V4 —Lon Choice a veteran campaigner who was a winner at Chicago last year will return to racing today in the featured $2,300 Union Life Insuranc Purse at Oaklawn Park. The colorbearer of Mrs. F E Brown is well rested and considered a good mark for the allow- ince event. Opposing Loh's Choico in the $2 300 allowance event will be A H Livingston's Paulie Gross, Myron Smith's Sheriff Grosch, Morris Whitebrook's Bat Girl L. C. MPC- II days. But, actually ^the'se Razorbacks are far better grounded in Coach Bowden Wyatt's single wing attack than were the letterman-laden crew with which he began his Arkansas career a year ago. Only 14 of the 64 candidates for next season's squad are letter men — and two of those earned their A's before Wyatt came here. However, the 37 sophomore obtained a thorough knowledge of the Wyatt system as freshmen last fall, and the varsity squadmen who didn't, letter learned it on the practice field. This being the case, Wyatt plans to start full-scale scrimmages ear- "What we need to do this spring is. find replacements for the holes left after last .season, try to work in this big group of sophomores and work, work work on blocking and tackling"'.,he said. The biggest gaps to replace are those left by the eligibility completion of Tailback Lamar McHan rind End Floyd Sagely, both all- Southwest Conference stars last fall. Sophomores will have to handle the tailbacking and the end play for not a letterman returns at either slot. The only letterman at center, is Wayland Roberts, who was a tackle last year. Other lettermen back from last year are tackles Eddie Bradford, Jim Roth, Bob Duncan and Bill Fuller; Guards Bud Brooks and Bobby Gilliam; blocking backs Preston Carpenter and Bobby Proctor Wingbacks Phil ReginelJi State College's Big Elmer Smith today appeared headed for Texas A&M as an assistant to Head Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant. But no one was willing to make the announcement. Smith, athletic director 'and head coach of all sports at the Magnqtfa school since 1946, would neither confirm nor deny the report obtained from a reliable source by The Associated Press. "It isn't for me to say one way or the other" he said. Bryant, himself an Arkansas na- .ive and recently hired away from Kentucky by Texas A&M, was con;acted while visiting at Lexington Cy. He said: "I have nothing to say at this ime. I have talked to Mr. SmWh but any announcement I might nake will come from Texas." Fights Lost Night By The Associated Press BROOKLYN —Tommy (Hurri cane) Jackson, 194!4,. Rockaway Beach N. Y. decisioned Clarence Henry 182 Los Angeles (10). BOSON — Gege Araujo, 13 Providence, R. I. stopped CurWy Monroe 137 Worchester Mass. (6). SAN FRANCISCO—Jesse Flores 137I4, San Francisco decisioned Tommy Manaois, 135 Philippines (10). and Joe Thomason and Fullback Henry Moore. Backs Jack Troxell and Francis Long earned their letters as T formation operators in 1952. Wyatt has indicated that rnaEy of his gridders both newcomers' and leltermen, will be tried at' different positions. The most not-, able positions. The most notable • change being considered would, shift Carpenter to weak side end to succeed Sagely as the team's j No. 1 pass target. Carpenter I ranked second as a receiver lastjf I year. Southwest Conference rules allow 18 days of spring practice witifc a 25-day-period. The- Razorbacksj are due to wind up their drills with an intrasquad game March 27. Legal Notice Legal Notice NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Washington School District No. 12 of Hempstead County. Arkansas, hereby gives notice that it will sell to the highest bidder for cash its proposed issue of $30,000 in 2V 2 % school bonds dated March 1, 1954, interest payable semi-annually, and maturing serially on March 1 of each year as follows: $1000 in 1956 to 1959, inclusive 1500 in 1960 to 1971, inclusive 2000 in 1972 to 1975, inclusive These bonds, if approved by the electors of the District at the annual school election on March 20, 1954, will be payable in the first instance from the proceeds of a building fund tax of eight mills on the dollar of the assessed valuation of all taxable property in the District, beginning in the year 1955, which will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal and interest of the bonds are paid in full. . . - - IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF j HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS. ' EDGAR LAFFERTY, as Father and Next .Friend for Gilbert Laf«fc ferty, Jimmie Glen Lafferty and? Frankcine- Lafferty, minors, GERALDINE LAFFERTY CRANK, GARLAND LAFFERTY, MRS. GARLAND LAFFERTY AND ALLIE MAE PHILLIPS, as Mother and Next Friend for Sharon Ann Starnes, a minor ' PLAINTIFFS VS. NO. 7589 The buyer may name the place of payment and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to a lower rate of interest, substantially. in accord with the Universal Bond Values Tables and sub- R. B. STARNES AND VELMA M. STARNES, HIS WIFE, AND GRACE STARNES HUCKABEE* AND A. JACKSON HUCKABEE^ HER HUSBAND ..,. DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on the 19th day of February, 1954, in a certain cause then pending therein between Edgar Lafferty, et al plaintiffs, and R. B. Starnes, et defendants, the undersigned „„ commissioner of said court will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance to the Court House in the City of Hope, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales on Saturday, the 27th day of March, 1954, the following described real estate situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, towit: for these men to report at ail for about the first two weeks of training, and some of them don't. Those who make a career of kidding the sunshine camps always point out that the big leaguers trained in the snowy North during the recent war years and appeared to be in about as good shape as ever for open ing day. Durocher, who trained his Brooklyn team in the vast West Point fieldhQuse, concedes th^t his boys were ready. But neither he n,w any other manager woijld like (9 repeat the experience. 707. Both teams moved up pn.e place in the rankings. Wmjue^ne which received 531 paint? 9 week ago, fel} to 570, !vc thejr Scarborough and Free Lunch, C.E Buckley's Diamond Ned, R. A, Davis' Victory Elf R. G. Burns'?; Charboots and F. Bourck's Cu>- tain Raiser. Victory Elf defeated a similar field at the same distance last Thursday and may get the favorite's role today. The featured $2200 Pine Bluff Purse yesterday was a one horse race as Olen Sledge's Caldwoll breezed under the wire four and a half lengths in front of favored My Time. Clay's Choice was third a lenth behind My Time. ' Caldwell, a 7-year-old gelding making his first start of the year after winning nine rapes in 22 starts last year moved out fast and was never headed. Jockey Sonny Ray Williams tightened the vein on Caldwell when the big gelding wanted to go too fast, but they started the straightaway for home, Caldwell left behind the remaining eight* horse field. Caldwell ran the six furlongs on a fast trapk in 1UU an4 paid seejjnd choice pyjce ot $|4n. W«S IMe feftil lop tt)8t ject to the approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be expected to pay the following expenses of the issue: the -, - — • -•»*.*,- — •• —a 1-— -- — *.** v** yuc Aoai^Ct IJ1U Gregor and F. E. Arnold's entry of printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of Tqwnsend & Townsend, Attorneys, Little Rock, upon \vhose approving opinion the bonds will be issued. The bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity in inverse numerical order at par and accrued interest, as follows: from surplus in the building fund, on any interest paying date; from funds from any source, on any interest paying date on and after March 1, 1959. The sale will be held upon Auction bids at 11:30 o'clock A. M. on the 30th day of March, 1954, in the office of the Superintendent of Schools in Washington, Arkansas. Each bidder will be required to file a certified check in the sum of $600, payable to the District, as liquidated damages if he is the successful bidder and fails to complete the purchase. Other checks will be returned promptly. The District reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information address the undersigned. GIVEN this 1st day of March, The Southeast Quarter of tlft Southeast Quarter of Section 20 Township 13 South, Range 24 West containing 40 acres, more or less- all that part of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of ! eC wV 0> Twp ' 13 < So "th, Range 24 West, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the Southeast corner of the said Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, running thence North 20 chains to a stake, thenae West four and 50/100 (4.50) chaiflg to a stake on the Hope and Lewisville Public Road, thence South 12 degrees 59 minutes West twenty and 46/100 (20.46) chains to a stake on said Hope and Lewjsvjlle Road, thence East 9 chains to the point of beginning, containing thirteen and 50/100 (13.50). acres, more or less; containing in all fifty-three and 50/100 (53.50) acres, more or less, less and except the following lands conveyed on Liecember 2, 1945, to R. B, Starnes and VeJnL M. Starnes, his wife -r-. Begin at intersection of East boundary of highway 29 and South boundary of the SWV4 of said Sec. 20 and 1954. WASHINGTON &CHQQL, DISTRICT NP* 13 OF . run East 70 yds., run Northerly parallel to Highway 29 280 yds., run West 70 yds., to East boundary line of Highway 29, thence run Southerly along said East boundary line 280 yds., back to point of beginning, containing 4 acres, and LESS AND EXCEPT the % acre, more or lesJ* conveyed by D, G. Starnes artf kula Starnes on April 9, 1949, to AlUe M$e Starnes in that certain correction deed recorded in Bpok 304, page 586, Hempsteed County Recorder'? office, said exceptions totaling 4% apres, m'ore w less, »nd the Jands herein involved totaling 49 acre?, rop^e or less. OF SALS; Cash nsler my Cf P^Ti^S w

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