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H.0.M If Aft, HOM, ARKANSAS Tuesday, Morel? 9, CLASSIFIED Ads Mast fee In Ottiae Da* Before i.M 9.00 3.40 8.00 1.60 4.00 4.60 1.00 4.80 S.0( 1* ».00 10.6C ia.o< 1I.6C 18.00 DISPLAY Metier ifldi , 60c IHW Inch , 60o per inch quoted abort fir* for ton- mttrtl&rt*. lrr*(Ju!af or skip- dutirmM will tak* tin one-day rat* ^ ,'. All (tolly elottifled ady«rtl«lno copy »lll bi owepted Until S p.m. for »h» tollowlno day. lihiw reierve th* right W or edit arl advertltem«ht» of, firing fat publication and to njeet ^*;*rty . abjwtloMbl* odvsrtlilng tun- . . , F J ilnltlab of on* or more litters, (b brdtflW , of ,flflUr*« «uch 01 bourn feor. rtltphon* ftumbw* count CM era yrroji .i'/;!;rTh« Hispe Star will not b* import* Sto.for irron In "Want Adi unlwi » ar» called to our attention .l FIRST Inwrtlon,. of ,od and IfKvh for ONLY the* ONE Incorrect limertlon, PHONED ** LAST CALL PURE lespedeza hay, alfalfa, also mixed bermuda and John* son grass. Ross Glllespie. 2-6t 5 Star; of Hop*..'!*??;, 1 Pnu 1927 jfiiniolldoted Jortjfrfry.ylB, 192f ? Published ev "? STAR C. E. Poi -Alex H. Woih 12- ' At The iia.ii4 so ;>/ Hope, y afternoon by CO. idont ity-Tre«. ling Street, ''AleX.H Woihbiirn, Editor & Publisher <J>Aul H< Jonoi, Managing Editor >, George .W. Hoimer, Moch. Supt. , Davis, Advertising Manager "of* second elatJ matter ot P4«t Office at Hope, Arkansas/ hdertne Act of March 3, 1897. of the Audit Bureau ei Circulation* -'Rotes (payable In ad- frrl«r'ln Hope'and nelghbar- L.r, - ( - . , i , •%•»*»*»•**»»»**•*•»*(»***« *<C3 ,.v,^,.,i.......'..,r™.... 13.00 'Ih Hempsteod, N*vada, e," Howard, and Miller courv H f rh .'.. .„,.„. .85 .. I'Montht :...i 1.60 •>tonth« ..;.:. 2.60 f"f»ar 4.50 _ I) Bother mall — . - s JwK Month 1.10 hf«i*/Month*, .„..: „.. 3.25 " .'...:, 6,50 13.00 Advertising Representatives: n»a» OaHiles.i Inc.; 1602 Storlck f f Memphis 2, Tenn., SOS Texas fjldfl,, Dallas 2,'Texas; 360 N. an Ave., Chicago 1, III,; 60 E. t., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 ot Bldo,, Detroit 2, Mich.; 'ermiiml Bids., Oklahoma City 2, of the Associated Press: ted Presj Is entitled ex- -fhe U?e"/or republicaflon |,;the local news printed In this as well as all AP news a Electrical- Contractlng-lndustrtal - Residential Johnson's Electrical Service «|' '••«•' At New Location ' t? AlllO South Elm, Hope , COMPLETE' REWIND & V j REPAIR SERVICE HrrJonson Phone 7-2155 IIJITURE UPHOLSTERY Slip'Covers. Also custom [jaqKdrapefleo, cornices boards ' ' spreads. Work Guaran. j, \y; GODWIN 7/4414 416 West Division m MATTRESSES l?M m S, r MadeXnftJnnersprlng *•** Work Guaranteed One, Pay Service —~ k Furniture & ^attress Co. , Elm Street • 'hota 7.8212 Sepur)ty,J.lfe, Ins. Co. Res«rve-Non\0ancellable Hoppltalizptlon • Health & Ad ' Arkansas Company for Arkansas Popple" See! .. . ,-VELMA GOS8, pads Hamburger Place. JUST ARRIVED , "Frorn 49,00 up" In Rayon, Nylon, Dae. pn, Or/pns, all blended with Silk Wool for Spring and Sum. rV i'Stprrs-Scnaefer Tailored" DM WARDLAW W .CUSTOM fift and wrapped for deep ,.: Blood for fish bait. See, Montgomery hp ne 7-8361 * For Sole PEA Gravel, washed, And tti&A grave). Soli and masonafy sand available Phone 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. Feb. 11-1 Mo. HAY, Johnson grass & lospede^a mixed, f. 8. Mefcavlft. Pbtffie --""' 3-tf Political Announcements Star- if authorized to *fi* Bounce that the following af« candidate* tat public office jwt to the actiofl of the prirnary election*. 80 ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town. $20, 000. Will sell house and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade fof pirte tifribef land. Call 7-5535. Feb. 10-iMo. BUY Certified Black Diamond WatefmeloW seed direct from grower. $1.75 per Ib. prepaid. Packed in 1, 5, and 10 Ib. bags Bill Boston, Longdale, Oklahoma. Feb. 24-m BABY Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks befofe buying Several varieties, Dannie Hamilton. ; Feb. 27-lMo. COMBINE "International, 42 inch; cut, tractor "Farmali 10-20", orchard type on rubber, mower "Case" horse-drawn truck 1942 Dodge, % ton, oats. 1,200 bushels bulk or sack 1D53 crop, saw logs, 12,000 board f'eet (more or less) in woods. Bids will be accepted until March 10, 1954. Experiment Station, Hope, Ark. Phone 7-44B8. 2-Ot MODERN 5 room home. Venetian blinds. Floor furnace. Attic Jan- 3 blocks from school. - LOcate'd 608 North Elm. 2-8t 1^4 - ' SWEET Potatoes Seed. Allgold certified, at $3.50 per bushel, p. B. Hodnett.'Rt. 3. Hope. Phoiie 7-4983. 4-tf HOME grown Korean lespedeza. Cleaned and tested. Germination 87 per cent. $20 per hundred. W. A. Ali'ord & Son, Rt. 3, Hope. 5-6t 5 ROOM cottage, one pine covered acre. Also yellow creek club membership. McNab, Arkansas. Call or write Dr. R. K. Harrison, 525 Olive Texarkana, Texas; '' 30 GOATS. G. W. Lafferty. 9 miles South oh highway 29. ' *!-3t EAR; Corn. $1.75 bushel. Parker Rogers. 11 miles on' COlum'bus road. ;' ,0-3t BIG started pullets for ea.rly layers, also nice tender fryers. 7,000 to pick from. Soe Mrs. Letter Huckabee, Country Club road or .call Midsouth Cotton & Supply. 9-6t PAIR of mules, 7 to 8 years old. j. E. Jones, 3 miles east on highway C7. •"•" ' ' 9-6t Notice VOTE "Boleys all hew Courts" when guests arrive pr tourists in? quire. 2 people $3.00, 4 people $5.00. Feb. 17-1 Mp. ffo give the best Prices and best Trades for yqur old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo. Income Taxes 'WO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-3760. Feb. 9-lMd, Help Wanted 5 WORKING Men ; colored or white to travel, with Circus. Meals and sleeping berth Furnished. Good pay. Contact Circus Manager, Fair Grounds in Proscott, Arkansas. 4-tit HARDWOOD flooring grader. Immediate work available. See: D. C. Pierce, Superintendent, DJerks Lumber & Coal Co., Broken Bow, Okla. 8-3t Real Estate Wanted IAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front. Phone 7-3766, Feb. 0-lMo. JP town home, G rooms 517 West 3rd street. NEAR sch6ol. 5 room home. Paved street. 210 North Ferguson. Good home for little cash. WEST side home, 5 room. Lot 100 x 390. Priced $3750.00. 620 NORTH main. 4 rooms. Make offer, 4 LOTS. 12 rooms. Rented $50.00 Month. Buy for $3700.00. 4-6t R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY The United States has ski resorts in 29 states. UOIS M, PURTEI.U present* a complete line of BEAUTY COUNSELOR C08METIQ8 at,. Haul's Beauty Shop, Phone 7-2878. Come In for free con- eultatlon. Homo Phone 7-2156. cases LOOK!!! Vour old furniture in most Sil 1 If'HSAP^WN PAVJi^r.w ON A NEW Bedroom suite, Mving_Room suite, RlneUe set . BifJ^sst^i J«tc. 1 y» e HoBfbN e. Im HARK* ft A CLIFFORD ttYERS DW1GHT RlDGDILL For County Clftrk ARNOLD 3. M1DDLESROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ANDERSON for Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS Alderman Ward B. L. RETTIG Real Estate for Sale INTERESTED in large home. Don't miss seeing this unusual one.Modern in every detail for confort and convenience, spacious rooms disposal, dishwasher, floor furnaces, attic fan, phone jacks, plenty of closets, terrace barbeque. Ideally arranged for family with invalid or elder person. Easily converted into duplex. Bargain. 908 South Main. 6-6t ONE of the nicest 2 bedroom homes In Cnrnelius Heights Addition. Attic fan, floor furnace, attached garage. All in excellent condition. Will finance FHA or GI. Shown' by appointment only. FOR only $3,000.00 this 2 bedroom home ,at 314 North Hamilton is a good buy for a home or investment. Rented for- $30.00 per month. Terms Vi, cash. Balance on monthly terms 5 per cent Interest. AT 821 South Walnut' on a 135' x 150' lot this 3 bedroom home is priced for quick sale. Possession on closing sale. Will go GI loan. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY '217 SOUTH MAIN STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS PHONE 7-4691 8-6t PRESCOTT NEWS March 9 There will be a meetirig ot all carpenters interested in forming a union in this area at the City Mall Tuesday night. Mr. Welsh* Business Agent at Arkadelphia, -will be present, as will representatives of the Carpenters and Joiners of Ameria. Mr. Welch states that It will be necessary for at least 15 eafpen- ers in this area join in order to et a charter from the International. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hayhie. Friends of Mrs. Clarence Crane will be glad to know she is re- 'covering from, major. Surgery at the Cora Donnell Hospital and hag returned to her home. Wednesday March 10 The March meeting of the Pres> cott Musical Coterie, which was to lave been held March 10th has >een postponed and will meet Wednesday, March 17 in the Borne 6f Mrs. O. H. Hirst with Mrs. Clarke White co-hostess for the annual uesls meeting. The Deacon's of the First Pres- jyterian Church will meet on Wed- icsday evening at 7 o'clock. Basketball The choir of the First Presby- erian Church will practice on Wednesday evening at 7 oclock. Thursday March 11 The Prescolt Teachers Associa- ion will meet on hursday afternoon at the Park School for the nonthly meeting. W. C. T. II. Ha« March Meeting The March meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Unon was held on Thursday afternoon n the home of Mrs. D. L. McRae 5r. Mrs. C. H. Tompkins and Mrs. irice Stewart were associate hos- Lost BETWEEN Bolcy's Court ". and Springhlll. Black cocker spaniel male dog. Wearing red plastic collar. Contact. Conley Pollt at B & B Grocery. 6-3t The rooms were beautifully de- orated with arrangements of japonica, jonquils and hyacinths placed at points of interest. The president, Mrs. John McRae presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by the sec rotary, Mrs. Burke Shelton. The program theme for the . afternoon was "Temperance and Missions." Mrs. T. C. McRae gave an in spiring devotional talk and led in prayer. "All Around the World" was the subject of the talk given by Mrs. J. W. Teeter. Mrs. Tompkins spoke on "First In The Field." After the song "Wind The Ribbon Around The Nations." The meeting closed with the Aaronic benediction. ; • . Dainty refreshments in the St. Patrick motif were served. Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-99S9. March 1-lMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors,. Public .Service Commission Number M- 1425. 313 Central Avenue, Stamps Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. March 2-lMo. MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. • 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2022. . 4.-tf For Rent 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment with private bath. Close-In, Phone 7-2205. 11-tf 3 BEDROOM house.Partially furnished. Excellent condition, Nice neighborhood. Phone 7-3705 after 5 p. m. 27-tf Mrs. L. L. Mitchell Entertains With Dessert Canasta Mrs. L. L. Mlitchell entertained a few of her friends with a dessert canasta -party at her home on Thursday afternoon. A dainty ' arrangement of pink 'gladlous was placed on .the cofte? table and a bowl of blue gladiolus and daffodils graced a marble top 'table. Bo'uquets of jonquils wer«> placed at other vantage points in the entertaining rooms. After a dessert was served, canasta was played with Mrs. W. Denman Sr, winning, high score honors. Other guests included Mrs. A. W. Hudson, Mrs. L. D. Kinney, Mrs. Wren Scott, Mrs. Imon Gee, Mrs. C. G. Gordon, Mrs. Dallis Atkins and Mrs. Erad Powell. AVAILABLE March 13th to working lady. Bedroom, use of Kitchen. Mrs. J. B. Baber. 112 West 18th Street. 4-6t 5 ROOM furnished house. 400 South Bonner. See Mrs. Era Jones at Scott Store. After 5:30 at 400 South Bonner. 8-6t 6 ROOM house. Good location. Can be used as duplex. 812 West 4th Phone 7-3152. 8-U GARAGE, next door to Snyker Hotel, See Mike Snyker at Hotel or Phone 7-3721. 8-3t 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath, 203 High street. Phone 7-3174. . 5-tf Salesman Wanted WANTED at once. Rawleigh Deal er in city of Hope. Write Rawleigh's Depl. AKA-641-F Memphis, Tenn. 9-lt Fights Last Night By The Associated Press BROOKLYN — Ralph (Tiger) Jones, 157, Yonkerj, N, Y., stopped Bobby Dykes, 159, Miami (10). BOSTON — Kid Gavilan, 153'/j, uba, decisioned Livio Minelli, 152 , Italy (10). DETROI T—• Marty Marshall, 1B2, Detroit decisioned Wes Bas- corn, 183, St. Louis (8). SAN FRANCISCO — Jimmy Savala, 139'/a, Madera, CaW., stopped Legal Notice UEGAU NOTICE The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Guernsey School District No. 20 of Herripstead County on Saturday, March 20, between the hours of 8:0(J a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote 9 school tax of 36 mills to be levied for debt service agd general fnud for the op- gUon of schools ot said district and lor two board members to be elected for Post No, 1 for a period five years and. Post No- 2 for period of one year. The polling place in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Harvey Powell Secretary of School Board Feb. ?3, March ?, 9 The following item will be of interest to friends of Tom J. Compton, a former resident of Prescott. Bland Tom J. Compton, the man who is apt to pop up anywhere as special representative of the Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company has driven about 1,125,000 accident free miles during his 25 years with this Cities Service Company unit. That's equal to 45 trips around the world. Former ctiy officials of Morrllton, Atkins Conday, Nashville, Minera} Eprings, Ashdown, Stuttgart, England, For. dyce, Warren, Monticello and other communities will remember Compton as the ramrod who was instrumental in getting gas franchise from them. Commenting on his record of safety, the Company's employe magazine says: "People who live in Arkansas and don't know Tom Compton haven't been getting around much." That's a fact. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Hoyt Haynie and daughters, Deborah and Sandra, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie, left Thuhsday for San Bernardino, Calif, where Mrs. Haynie and daughters will reside until they can join Sgt. Haynie who sails March 15 from San Francisco for duty in Japan. Mr. and Mrs, Colyer Cox of Hot Springs were Thursday visitors in Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Emerson of Fort Smith were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie. Mr. and Mrs. Obert Henderson of Walnut Ridge are the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Me Guire. Mr. Henderson is conducting a series of meetings at the Laurel Street Church. Miss Lynn Garrett has returned to Henderson State Teachers College ArkadelphJa after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. QdeJl Qarrett. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Leverett and Amelia of Hope were the- guests: Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Davis. Mr. and Mrs. George Howard Haynie were the weekend guests of Aberdeen Lynch, 140 1 /*, St. Loujs (10), By United Press National Invitation Tournament at New York: St. Francis (N.Y.) 81 Brigham Young 88 (1st round) Niagara 77 Dayton 74 (quarterfinals) Western Kentucky 95 Bowling Green 81 (quarter finals) NCAA Eastern Eliminations at Buffalo, N. Y.: Navy 85 Connecticut 80 La Salle 76 Fordham 74 (overtime) Kentucky Retains Cage Ranking NEW YOR K'J) —Unbeaten Kentucky entered 'its'. Southwestern Conference playoff with eighth ranked Louisiana Slate today as the No. 1 college basketball power in the nation. he Wildcats favored to defeat the Tigers for an NCAA tournament berth, were the first choice of 43 of the 95 sports writers an spdrtscasters in the weekly Associated .-Press poll. It marked the ninth- time in the past 13 weeks Kentucky had headed the list. NCAA Southern Elimination at Durham, ^N.C.: North Carolina State 75 George Washington 73 NAIA Tournament at Kansas City, Mo.: (1st round) Arkansas Tech 100 Merger 72 Southwest Missouri 77 East Ten nessee 72 Rio Grande 90 Arizona (Flag staff) State 74 East Texas State 72 Portland 59 Regis College 61 Tennessee A&I ! Nebraska Wesleyan 58 Whitworth 54 (Overtime) St. Peters (N.J.) 76 Wayland Col lose 63 Western Illinois 84 Morris Harvey 68 EAST Princeton 48 Cornell 44 Pennsylvania 92 Harvard 73 Tech Turns in Best Tourney Performance M I DWEST Marquette 76 Bradley 58 SOUTHWEST Tulsa 78 Creigton G9 Hice 72 Texas 71 Southern California 48 Oregon State 45 By The Associated Press District 1 Class A Senior 4 Boys Siloam Springs 58, Bentonville • Rogers 41, Fayetteville 35 Huntsville 2, Mountain Home 0 (forfeit) District 2N Senior Girls Hoxie 51, Mountain View 49 Black Rock 76, Sloan-Hendrix Strawberry 39, Violet Hill 32 District 2S Senior Girls Concord 51, Beedeville 35 Giishman 64, Quitman-59 Plpral 53, South Side, of Batesville 38 Augusta 67, Heber Springs 58 Pangbufn 60, Oil rough 56 Griffithyille 66, Searcy 54 McCorry 47, Newport' 32 • Judsonia 62, Wilburn 37 District 3 Class A Senior Boys West Memphis 50, Corning 44 Leachville 60, Pocahontas' 38 • Marked Tree 50, Paragould 37 District 3 Class A Senior Girls Paragould 51, Trumann 32 Crawfordsville 49, Biggers 42 Weiner 45, Leachville 41 Dyess 51, West Memphis 45 District 5 Class A Senior Boys Benton 60, Cabot 32 England 66, Center Ridge 55 Clinton 68, Bauxite 51 Ma'lyern 77, Mabelvale 19 District 7F. Senior Girls Tinsman 34, Magnolia 31 Junction City 35, Hampton 32 Carthage 56, Fairview 30 Village 51, McNeil 41 Norphlet 59, Parkers''Chapel 54 Valley Springs in Class B Favorite Role LITTLE ROCK (UP) — Three- time Champion Valley Springs was last In the favorite's role as the state Class "B" high school basketball tournament opened here today. The Tigers from DWistrict 1-East were paired with Bismarck, the District 5-South titlist. Valley Springs won the Class "B" honors in 1950, 1951, and 1952. Ash Flat rind Coal Hill, also former champions, were expected to provide 'plenty of competition for this year's crown Ash Flat, the District 2-North champion, was paired with Tlllar, District 8-S6uth, and Coal Hill District 4 runner- up, was paired with Delight, the District 7West winner. The tourney is the th-st to be played in the huge new Barton Coliseum and the 16 teams entered were expected to play before the largest crowds in Arkansas ligh school sports history. The schedule: (Today) 3:00 p. m. —Luxora vs. Clarenden. 4:20 p. m. —Tillar vs. Ash Flat. 7:30 p. m. —Coal Hill vs Delight. 8:50 p. m. —Calley Springs vs. Bisrnarck. (tomorrow) 3:00 p. m. — Vilonia vs. Oil Trpurh 4:20 p. m. —Bono vs, Watson ihapel. 7;3Q p. m. ~ Farmington vs. Parkin. 8:50 p. m. — Qden vs. Carthage. Govilqn Has Little Trouble BOSTON (UP) — Welterweight Kid <3»vil9r4 wee tuned; Hope, Bodcaw, Guernsey Girls Win Hope Senior girls advanced in 7-W District tournament play at Ashdown last night with a decisive S3 to 31 victory over Delight. In other games Genoa Central defeated Garland 45 to 36; Guernsey also advanced with a 48 to 41 victory over Lockesburg; Winthrop downed Dierks 53 to 39; Bodcaw scored a 50 to 37 win over Foreman While Bright Star defeated Saratoga 53 to 29. Second round gamse starting at 1 p. m. today follow in order as played; Mineral Springs vs Prescott; Cale vs Umpire; Amity vs Gillham; Spring Hill vs Levvis- ville; Emmet vs Laneburg; Ashdown vs Kirby and Fouke vs Stamps. up and eager today for is April 2 Chicago title bout with middleweight king Bobo Olson. The kid breezed through an easy 10-round rematch with Livio Mi- rtelli of Italy before Only 6,983 Boston Garden fans last night and, afterwards, conceded the 'fight was but -a warmup for the main event. "I needed the workout," Gavilan said, "but I saved myself. I didn't take unnecessary chances." • He was quick to do that "I'll take all the chances I have to. to win the middlweight champion ship.- i**tit!IIBHIB KANSAS CITY W —Rio Grande's Bevo Francis played to a full house and the Arkansas, Tech Won der Boys performed, before thoii sands of empty scats — but the Wonder Boys turned in the most impressive performance in opening play of the National Intercollegiate (NAIA) basketball tournament. The marathom tournament with 2 of the nation's finest small college teams,', opened yesterday wi!h eight games. Eight more games today will wind up first-round play. Rio Grande of Ohio scored a 9074 victory over Arizona State of Flagstaff. But Bevo, who came to the tournament with a season average of 50.4 for 23 games, was limited to a miserly 28 points. Ho went out on fouls with. 3:31 minutes remaining. It was Rio Grande's 20th victory against four losses. A capacity Municipal Auditorium crowd of 10,500 the biggest first night, turnout in the history of NAIA tournaments — watched Rio Grande play in the next-to-tho- Jones Seeks Shot at Castellan! By MURRAY ROSE BROOKLYN UB— Back in the middleweight contention following his surprising 10th round technical knockout of Bobby Dykes, Ralph (Tiger.) Jones today sought a shot at Rocky Castellan!, Joey Giar dello or Gil Turner. The compact, aggressive Yonkers, N. Y. , Negro signalized his return to action after aa injury- enforced six-month layoff with his thrilling come-from behind TKO in 2:12 of the final round of the tele cast bout at Eas,tern Parkway Arena last night. He was a 2-1 underdog. LoneShadow ^ Takes Spa Feature - MOT SPRINGS M — An evert dozen Arkansas Derby prospects go to the post toclny in the featured $2,400 Eastern Arkansns Purse at Oaklawn Park. W. M. Peavy's Spartan Jett, Russe, Rehlingand Dobson's Jett Fire, and Hug Up and Bright. Charge, both from the Pollard and Harkins stable, appear to be best in the field. Spartan Jett looked impress!^ in his last appearance while finishing second to Lori Jane in the Hot Springs Hadicap. Hett Fire had had two outings, finishing third in both. Others in the field include J. K. Houssels' Flashy Ways, J L. and J. B. Spurlock s Spur 'Baby, Monarch Stable's Talmen, Careyland Ranchs' Bay Twist, H. H. Rendleman's King Bebe, Olen Sledge's Nagging Wife, J. J. Arp's Darryi Beau and C. E. Buckley's LittnF F. The featured $2,800 Texarkana Phrse yesterday saw Lakenide Stable's Lone Shadow lead from start to finish, ending up with a length advantage over William Fudge's favored My Time. F. E. Harper's Buster Jim was third. Howard Craig, top jockey of the 1954 Oaklawn meeting with 17 victories, brought the 5-year-oU daughter of Isolator and Ww Shadow home in 1:11.1 for the six furlongs. She paid $9.00, $3.40 and $2.80. Some 7,093 persons bet $428,449 on. the eightrace card. last game of the night. Then many of them left without awaiting for the finale between Arkansas Tech and Cetrcer College of Georgia. And in that game Arkansas Tech's Wonder Boys broke the I®/ mark for the ninth time this sea son. They spanked Mercer 100-72. for a season record of 25-1. Tech's most wonderous Wonder Boy, E. C. O'Neal, paced the scoring with 38 points — some 14 over his season average. ttprftM, 185S, by Gllubeth S«Unt dftrfbuted by Klnr Fratnrn Kvntl^.t« ' CHAPTER THIRTY SEVEN NOW Cra,ig pressed his fingertips to his eyes and cursed again. "Ktis aJiger had to include Craig Talboy. He'd known from his first sight of the radiant girl with that red-gold hair, her beautiful violet eyes and her soft : voice .-. . ' He was glad she had left. Wherever she had gone, she would be better off out of this mess, Someday he would follow her, find her, and—maybe— The. telephone rang, and he jerked spasmodically. Lord, tie told himself, he was in a. state! "Dr. Talboy!" he said gruffly Into the phone. If It was any one of the Carrs, checking on him . . . It was the plant; there'd been an accident on the tracks . ,. "I'll come at once." "You stay here," he told Donald, who .opened his blade eyes, sighed, and went back to sleep. Driving the short distance, Craig sternly caught at his quivering nerve ends. He'd need every ounce of control if —The man who called had said the injured person was hurt too badly to put Inlo BJI ambulance; they'd need a doctor first. As with all such industries, the refractories had to be in continuous operation, seven days of the week. The offices, of course, were closed on Sunday, but the general process of manufacture went on without interruption. Across the web of tracks, Craig saw the ambulance and the usual knot of onlookers, the Idly curious and the would-be-helpful. He drove as close as he could get, grabbed his bag and went around one of the hand-fired kilns; his feet crunched on the fine rock, notifying the group ot his approach. They tell back; ho muttered a hope that the standing switch engine was not Involved—but to no avail. His injured man lay under the very wheels of it. A Negro—one leg crushed—conscious, poor devil. And the switchman was there ready to babble his story. "He was lying on the tracks, Doc, 1 gave a signal but before the engineer saw it, and could stop—one wheel was on his laig— t we'd moved another half-Inch, ve'd got his left lalg, too." "Yes," said Craig, setting down us bag. He spread a towel, slid nit certain Instruments, selected a .norphine hypo. He glanced at the crowd, and. chose his man. Bob Kvans, straw boas—the defiant man who would obey none of Craig's s c f a t y regulations. But here, surely, Evans would qo-oper< ate) "I'm going under and give first aid," he said quietly. "When I ash for things, Bob, you pick 'cm up by the handles, and give em to me." "I can't stand the sight of blood, Doc," said the big man. Indeed his face was a One cyclone gre<?r», "Yoii ever kill 8 chicken f ** "Well, eure, p p c, but—" "Then you can help me." Even as he spoke, Craig was on nia knees, crawling under the Qiesel-^ne didn't ft a ve a Jot of "oom, The hurt man was still con- icious, and groaning, praying, 'ralg managed a tourniquet, caliej or a oaemoatat or two—and tiu-r,; \9 syringe. "What's your name',"' J 9 asked the Negro, "Poorboy, M the mw gasped,i IM, by "Poorboy Johnson. Doc, is my legs gone?" "One is hurt. Now, look, Poorboy. Xour right leg ia under the wheel. I'm going to pull your left- one away from the track, and hold it. If you'll lie perfectly still —-don't even move an eyelash!— the engine can be backed away, and we can get you to the hospital. But if you move—" "I ain' gonna move, Doc:—but, oh, God, be Sure that engineer tie don't go in de wrong di-rection!" Craig summoned the switchman, and gave his orders. "Engineer o. k. ?" he asked. "1 guess so, Doc. Why?" "Because he must do exactly what 1 say. You tell him that I'll keep Johnson's other leg free of the track; he's to reverse—and only reverse—you got that? Tell him, and come back here to signal him when we're ready." He bent over his patient. He maneuvered the left leg clear of the rail, held it. He gave Poorboy his directions. When the switchman returned, at a nod from the doctor, • he swung his arm in a wide arc—slowiy, surely, the great blue and silver Diesel slid Its wheels back—and the man was free, A cheer went up from the crowd of workmen. "Now, said Craig quietly, "let's get this man to the hospital." The stretcher. came up, Craig helped put the man on it and began to put his instruments back into his bag. His yellow sweater was dark with blood. . . . "Thank you, Evans," he said quietly. "You did a One job." "I did a fine job!" gasped the man. "Why, Doc, you—you—" Craig stood up; his eyes were on a level with the foreman's. "I'd much rather figure a way to keep these chaps from taking their naps on the tracks," he said dryly. "Was Johnson at work?" "Not when that train hit him," said Evans, and the .workers laughed. It helped relieve tension all around. ."You got to cut his leg oil now, Doc?" "I'm afraid I do. But he's lucky that he'll lose only one.!' "He's lucky you were arotind," Evans said with feeling. Craig didn't answer. He guessed the town, and the Carrs, would know that he had been in Norfolk on this Sunday afternoon, wherever Shelly might be. But next morning when E.J, called the office to get a report on the company's liability in the Johnson case, Miss Browne said that Dr. Talboy was out of town. She didn't know when he would be back, He'd left a full report on Johnson, however, and Dr. Ward was in charge of the case. "Mrs; Carr? She's not in the office this morning, either." Craig was of the new school Pf surgeons; he tooh tjia tinie. over any operation* time enough to flip a thorough and meticulous job. It was fu|] dark when he left the hospital giSiclay night, and PPR* aid, excusably, reproaehe«| nini rathei than welcomed win, qrajg let the dog out for a rwni tten fed him, took a shower, changed his clothes, tossing his sweater into the wastobasket, He mwt nave been upset not te have taken x off) It hadn't fees worth carrying home from the hospital! H» flood uncertain for a. mmMt*-*fe»'d had no t>¥ King It was ten when he pulled hid car to the curb before the yellow brick house. Rain still fell inter* miuently, . and Myra and licet were sitting Inside. Myra looked up at hi* 6ft- trance, her grave dark eyes ; taking In his Brooks Brothers«! suit, A his tie— "I wondered whin you'd git here," she said calmly. "Wore you expecting me?" "Of course 1 was. With eyery*« body In town aakin* where Shelly's got to, I knew you'd B« here ..." , "Everybody in town thinks Z know where she is." Craig's dark face was hard. "I don't happen to be everybody," she pointed out serenely. . "Will you tell me where shen) is, too?" Ike sat in his chair and listened, watched them, "That too doesn't s I g n t f y," Myra said. "I told nobody where she went." Craig took a deep breath. "Heard there was a bad accident at the plant," said Ike uneasily. "There was," Craig answered. Briefly he recounted what had ft happened. & "Is the man safe to leave—' case you do leave?" asked Myra. "The shortest distance between two points," drawled her husband, "lies through Myra's think- box." "And It couldn't pick a better place!" chuckled Craig, ; "Yes, he'll be safe, Myra, Dr. Ward will care tor him—if 1 leave." "That's good." Craig waited, and Ike grinned** at him. . . - ™ "Well, tell me this," said the doctor finally. "Do you think she'll be all right—wherever she Is?" "I know she'll be all right. Even if she nadn't left— Last spring she and 1 were walking up the stairs of this house on the night we heerd the first whlppoorwill. You couldn't ask a better omen!" "Tell the man where Shelly'a gone," urged Ike. "You know you're going to," A.J "I'm a-waitin 1 for him to tell me why she ran away," Craig frowned. "Don't you know?" . "1 don't think Shelly knew. But 1 reckoned you mought." "Weil, perhaps I do. You see, Saturday night—" Quickly he tojd th<? story, even mentioning Eleanor's red dress. With gestures that made the Vandables laugh., "And, SheJly ran home and put.. on that pink, shiny dress . . ."» Myra supplied*, "She looked lovely, Myra!" said QraJg, fervently, "She did so, She to lovely. TQ We core. And the thing I can't understand, Craig, is that those rich, smug people she's related to don't know what they have in that girl| M "They knowi I feel sure, But they also know that they are rich. And smug." Myra's face brightened. "Well,!*' of sourge, then they couldn't rest —-" - declared. Craig stood up. "You didn't tell (hern where Shelly pad gone 1" "No. »« fterew Her fingers explored tHe pqqket et, her dr«w. "It's this nam.e. and address and telephone number, you can it, it's an Wde—or « "VfH J ,, « *> ^ ^ % '**,jaf*r,..^l¥j,ijf 11 l>.i ~ ! t -,; &i" '4*1 |S < v ; v+i? ^,', t i '<,;; £ ; 1 <\ ',«, ,

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