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S'3, A f-. Mlt-'itkit. fro'M. A»JtAN4Ai March I ED Before Publl<5atJofl For Sole 4.W F.10 ^ Out Dtyt Month 4.W 8.00 7.50 8.00 ,10.60 BABY Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Warm Htoft. Feb. 2"MM0. JEg. 1 ** 'foo w» |p|D DISPLAY MMW^tA* fOV jyibt Jflfil uio^iia 606 per Inch ..*,..... BOc per Loch obt>v* or* fw tan- rilohi. Irrtoular or «klp>, rtttkti th« ehe-doy rat*, elauifI«d advertising copy «»)>r«d until 6 p.m. fa '•*** fi|lowlno,doy. i reterv* the right to Jrti advertltamomi of- publication and to r*I*ct "—•-•- odv»rtl*lrto MX- MiWi wftwrcj i«i o« houtM eourtt at art* s'farwlll riot b» mpon. ror* .In Wont Ad* unlea eall«a .to our , attention riHjrwwtlOrt o{ ad and HUY th» ONE Incorrect SWtiET Potatoes Seed. Allgol certified, at $3.50 per bushel. O B. Hodnett. Rt, 3. Hope. Phdrt 74883. 4-t NOW AVAILABLE PRtVATE PAttklNG-CLOSE IN PRIVATE Parking space, by the month, now available at park ing lot. rear of St. Mark's Epis copal Church, 3rd and Elm, Con tack Joe Mason at Frisco Depo' dally, after 2 p. rrt. 10-12 MASEY'S Farm, 80 acres and newly decorated house. One mile "from town .$20.000. Will sel house and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade for .pine timber land. Phone 7-5535. Mar, 10-1 Mo. BARGAIN. Dutch house paint $2.75 gal. Pittsburg $3,05, Byera Bro thers Swap Shop. 105 South Main. 12-6t Plenty of baby chicks. Your Full- O-Pep Dealer, Hope Feed Co Phone 7-254.7. l2-6t 19sT CHEVROLET, 4 dol»Cl>ower glide, heater, radio, and Seat covers. Under ,15,000 miles. Grain Esso Station in-6t TWO bedroom modern home. Two acres land. r $100 cash, monthly payments. Call.owher. T. N, Be i lew,-Phone 7-4308 35-3t WoihbiJrh;.Edlfor & Publl.h.r J vJone.; Managing Editor H<!«mfcr; M«ch. Supt. 1 ;v Advortliing Manager dVqr second, clais matter at tx'Offlco ot Hopii/ Arkansai, o ? Act of March 3, 1897. ( ;of »h« Audit. Bnraau a&QKutotioM • < -, •! 3 BEDSOOM home. 309 North Ferguson street. $4,000. Either see 'owner at that address or Floyd ^'Fuller, Foster Realty Co. l6-3t •EXTRA 'SPECIAL IMPORTED holland jumbo Gladl- pla bulbs. While they last, 49c a dozen. Also fancy leaf bulbs, 5 bulbs 69c. E. M. McWilliams Seed Store. i6-3t Political Announcements the Star Ir authorized to let* nounce that the following are candidates for public* office subject to the fiction of the Democratic primary elections. t Pot* Tfeatufer HARRY HAWTHQRNB CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RIDCfDILL For County Clerk ARNOLD j. M1DDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) SYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIQ Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-0980. March 1-lMo CALL Payne Brothers. House mov .ers; 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 Inner spring work. Cobb Mattress Co 336, South Washington. Phone -2622. • ' 4-tf .NYONE interested •in- taking bookkeeping and shorthand at night Call Mrs. Thurman Ridling at 72957 after 4 o'clock. 13-TF Lost MITH-Acttlerie cutting torch. Friday on main. E. 1213 South .Main. M.. McDowell 15-31 NICE homo. 4 rooms & bath. 2Vfe lots. New paint. New roof. Rose garden. Very cheap. Phone 74446. 17 . 3t ^ttoW-(payable In ad- Om!tt?R!,'an<l ^•lohbqr- BABY buggy. Good condition. See Mrs. Lyle McMahen, at Oakhaven or phone 7-4945. 17-31 4150 * i.io l°.50 Hay, Jghnson grass s^'lesnedeza nilxefl.j Also sohie>.'pure le'sed- hie> ( .'pure le'sped i Press) Jed ox- illcatlon In- thl» iP new* ?P3^ jEASJTMAl^odAik;... 828- 'flash '-Ban- tarn 'camera. Coated -F. A.5 lens. ,'In.olu,des: Rodrfk, Fl^sh unit, 5 , filters, Adapter ring and lens • hooc}" Excellent)' for). colorslides ye fpr $55;. Eol'Justus, Pho- 17-31 Wanted to Buv Flat top office desk. In good condition. Phone 7-3766. 17.31 For Rent 80 ACRES. Goftt sandy land. 3 miles Southeast, Hope Cash or crop. Phone 7-2981, night. ll-6t THREE room apartment. Nicely furnished. 204" Bonner. , 15-TF GOBBOLD furnished apartment.. 3 room, and breakfast nook." Prl- .fvate. bath. # block from tpwn: ..Adfrlts only. Phone 7-3314. -is't 0 BOOM house. Good, location*, .Can be used as duplex. 812 West 4th. Dial 7-3152. ^ . , '16-TF Boudreou on Ted WJIIioms My JOE REICHLER SARASOTA, Fla., (fl — "It all depends on the big guy. With him we've got a chance. Without horn we haVe no chance." That was the way LbU Boudeau, manage of tht> Boston Red Sox siummer up his teams pennant chances for 1954. "Tmhe Big Ouy." of Course is Ted Williams baseball's greatest litter and currently the agme's most celebated convalescent sidelined by a checked Collarbone Tied is not expected back in the, flneup for at least seven more weeks. That means he is certain to miss at least three weeks of the regular campaign, Even without Williams, the Red Sox have talent In abundance this jfear. Unlike a year ago, they seem to be pretty well .set in every poaltion. For the first time in years, they're going to have a strong bench, too. ARKANSAS BELL By CARL BELL NEWLY Decorated 3 room apart rittent. $20.00.* Shareibath and util .. ities. 816 West 4th. VOTE ^Boley's all new Courts*' When guests^ arrive or tourists in- srfjuire. 2 people $3.00, 4 people '"$5.00. ' \Feb. 17-1 Mo. We give-the best Prices and best Trades for, s your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO Phone 7-2261 ' , Feb. 22-lMo. " SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazettp, Complete sports. Other late news. KCMC Program3. Early delivery. Dale Hartsfield. Phone 7-4610. 4 Mar. 12-1 Mo. |i$rJ HServic^ tfcptidn ' iJljrn, Hope "—'VINO & hone 7-2155 ape*-) 1- t i • f-f Stew B IV«i*'* t^ A ./•••* , GODWIN 16 West Division Mattress Co, COTTON acreage and pasture for .rent. Also farm equipment for Hope 16J . 3 t sale, Mrs. W. H. Bruce. Kt. 3, 'NEW Trailer Park, Nights $1(Weekly, $5; Monthly, $19. Two . New' Tile Showers; Two New 'Stools; Boley's Court. Reference Citizens and National Bank. March 18-1 Mo. SALESMAN ~$2.5o7 Weekly $ROO, 2 people $3.00. Discount to trucks r all new; innersprlngs, foam pillows, refrigerated. "S,afer" Tile. Boley's "quieter" Court. March 17-1 Mo. Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers' for all size farmp. List, today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3766. Dial 7-3152. ' 16-TF DOGS Dog Patrolmen New York City's parks may get dog patrolmen as a result of a recent recommendation by a man agement survey specialist and an international police authority. Long the 'night-time haunt of mugger-0, pick pockets, bag snatchers, and sex perveits, the huge parks stretching through the center of the city have for years been almost impossible to patrol. Reports from London, where dogs were added to the police force in 1950, however, show what can be done with adequately trained doss. There Hyde Park was once a happy hunting ground for thieves, particularly pick pockets a n d handbag snatchers, according to Scotland Yard officials But -since Labrador Retrievers, Doberman Pinschers nnd Alsatians (called German Shepherds in this country) were added to th<; force, the situation has changed, Handbag snatching, once the principal offense in Hyde p ar k, was reduced from 214 cases in 1948 to 18 In 1052. Soven dogs on day and night duty i'i the park also have been useful in disuourag- Wanted Mar. 10-1 Mo. ling sex crimes. In New York, dogs' were used A young lady. Neat appearance for cashier work. Apply Mr, Wilson, 209 South Main. ia-3t Graduation Gifts: The eqsy way, Lay-A-Way. WATCHES of oil Wes. Mhoon's Jewelry • ' 119 South Main CjUSTOM SLAUGHTERING put and od fpr deep »i L* fpr f ' 8h b * lt< 8ep Roiph Montgomery Phpne 7-3?«1 UDQK!!! until about six years tgo in outlying i-esidential arsas but were dropped with the increased use of cruising cars. They havo never been used in the parks, despite urging by dog trainers. If the dogs were trained like those in London or t'y tha Aimed Forces, they would be kept on leash except when sent to JONESBORO -<ffi — Sidelights of a', state basketball tournament: The best bets for the semi 1 -finals are Jonesboro versus Little Rode and. Van Buren, or possibly Fort Smith, vs; Hope. ...•-.;• .The Class A meet, like the -. B dribble derby at Little Roek -last A'eek, shows that the bulk of Ar- •cansas better prep, teams are in he north section of the state again his year. • • .Glen Rose, the University of Ar- anfias' rebuilding coach, is here ooking for talent. He has a spe- ial eye trained 'on Jonesboro. All- tate Larry Grlsham. Big; Glen idn't find anything to fit his needs f the Class B tourney. The big rouble for college talent scouts to be that the better pros- ects in both Class A and. Class J are juniors with another year of Igh ^school eligibility. In -a couple f cases they are just sophomores. There's; much' talk about who'll succeed George Hr.ynie, Who has resigned as Little Rock's cage mentor effective April 1. It's re- BLIZZARD BLOOM—An arnica Inch intcmhd foi a (loner show In Cleveland, Ohio, bloo-icfi' with snow os the season's worst weather hit the midwest. Bill Schneider bucks the h'fnvy gale os lie hustles the blooming plant to the sho'w. • ported that Glenn iStokenberry of Fayetteville can have the job if he wants it. ' "Stoke" came up in the coaching profession while Little Roek Supt. Virgil Blossom was head of the Fayetteville. school system and there's a strong tie between them Arkansas State Colleg's spacious gym could have held much larger crowds for the first two ses-sions. But, with an extra day added ; to the tourney this year the 2,155 paid admissions yesterday were regarded strictly as gravy. A-State's new head football coach, personable Glen Harmeson, moved to town Sunday, met hh players in a hurry and planned to open spring practice today. He iormerly was backfield coach at Purdue. SNOW SCULPTORS AT WORK-It didn't ^ak« these teen- .agers long to star.t;having some fun as the season's worst blizzard closed public schools in Cleveland, Ohio. Shown working on a 10-foot snowman are from left to right: Dave Chappell, 17; Carl Dahm, 15, and Butch Ridenour, 15. Irish Feature Today at Oaklawn HOT SPRINGS, W) — The first running; of, the . $3,000 Ballerin feature eveint^f the^t.,-Patrick's Day program at Oaklawn Park' today :inds Henry Forrest's Pythfield and he Green Acres Stock Farm's Dancing Marjie heading a fieW of 10 tw'p-year-olds. ;| It- was the first start for either i a four furlong event although both scored at tlje .three furlong distance earlier in'lhe season. Other highly regarded entries in- ^lude.C. N. Brrewer's Cabelon and ' r . V, Long, Sr.'s Vream, each of /horn has a victory to her credit. The four previous winners have -— assigned equal top weight'of BRADENTON, Fla ering • the extent their loss, Manager Charlie Grimm and owner Lou Perini. of the Milwaukee Braves' .are taking Bobby Thomson's broken ankle, with greater calm than might" have been ex- tin. pected They say it was •• tough In case luck', yes, but neither concedes that ti-ie temporary outfield star is They say down here that you caii have all these high- salaried,' masterminding basebell manager presently whipping their big leag'ue. squads into shape — they'll take thier own Pepper Mar- you've- lost track of I Bobcats Clear First Hurdle in State Playoff §y CARL. BELL , JOttESBORO LB '— Three lower bracket teams viewed as danger ous contenders —VArt Euren, For! Smith and Sheridan—Were to make their debuts in the Arkansas Class A High School Basketball Tournament this afternoon. they had a long way to gr to match the strong shbwings d Jonesboro. Little Rock and Hope in the first two sessions here yesterday and last night.,. Van Buren was pitted- against Greenwood at 2 p. m.,'Fort Smith against Crossett at 3:30, a nd Sheridan against Newport at 4:40. Tonight's games Will 'be Jonesboro versus Green Forest and Hope Vs Forrest City to complete the field for tomorrow's quarter finals. Jonesboro's clever Hurricane, undefeated for the season and a heavy state champion.favorite, registered its 30th victory of the year as it walloped Magnolia 84-48. /The Hurricane blew.to a 35-10 first quarter lead and benched.its starters for all but seven ; minutes T of the remainder of the/.'garne. ; -.-'•'••• Jonesboro's Jim Hunt: peppered the baskets for 15. points in. the .openeing period and finished the game with an individual-leading 201 Thet Littl Rock Tigrs ' opened slowly and trailed ^Mansfield 14-13 at the end of \ the first > quarter; With Bobbie Glenn hitting 13'of his IS points in the -second perio.d, however, the Bi g Seven quintet grabbed a safe 37-18 lead by halftime and won handily 71-33. v ••: The Hope Bobcats parleyed, good height and shooting skill .into a 62-56 victory over Rugged Leach- j ville. Nine consecutive free throws without a- miss in the last foui minutes enabled the poised Hope club to survived a hectic Leachville finish. .' f , -.•.:' Mohticello, runner-up to state champions Clinton last year, was unimpressive in beating Conwray 33-31. Conway, a distinct underdog, had plenty of chances ,to ,. siprijiy an -upset but misled seven of 11 free throws in the fourth ; quarter. Dennis Sullens, a small but defid- ly -outside shooter, pitched" in ; V22 points; to lead Hoxie past Des-Arc 67-64., ... ... j.,;^;- r.J. ' Having drawn byes, Little Hogan Makes Tournament <i Appearance MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UP) —Sen Hogan makes one of his infrequent tournament appearence today wheti he heads a field of 276 professional and amateur golfers competing in a special, one-day golf tournament over the Bayside Normandy Isle course. Hogan came by plane from Texf| as to play in the pro-amateur event, in which each of 69 pros will team with three amateurs in best-ball competition. But he will not play In the Miami Beach Four-Ball tournament 'which opens here tomor- >w. ' • Hogan drew has his partners Ain- matelirs .Walter Olson of Chicago, J. "Bradley Streit of Miami, and J. H. Buchanan of Miami, The amateurs have a combined handicap^ of 34 strokes, so their pairing with" 'Bantam Ben" makes' them strong contenders for the title. Among the other star pros en- ereti are. Sam .Snead. Lew Wor, Cary Middlecoff, Jack Burke, Tred Haas, Jim Ferrier, Tommy Bolt, Walter Buskemo. Dutch Has- •ison and Doug Ford, in addition o the pro-amateur event, their ountis will also count in competi- j ion for prosonly prizes and alk. i rhembers of this group are stayingv in'for the four-ball tourney. Baseball VTonticello and Hoxie were vgble -to advance to the quarter finals ; pn ;heir victories. All other teams liad to play today to each .that stage of the tourney. , '•'..*..' Hope' Hatch „..,...„..,.. 7 '.", 3 -. 17 Griffin :.......!.. 5 4 ! 14 Halbert 0 1 J Mitchell 3 4 10 Stanley ; 0 .0 .0 Mangrum ...3 3 g Russell ...:..... i ,9 u. Totals ....19 24 62 Leachville \ Adams \...., 4 Blocker 4 Rawls 0 Ray o Kennett 4 Scott ; 7 Lloyd ;.'. 2 Totals 21 14 56 By quarters: . Leachville 10 18' Hope 8 25 12 12 2' 1 8 16 5 -3638 56 62 By The Associated Press ' :' Tuesday's Results Chicago (A) 8; Milwaukee (N) 3 Detroit (A ) 6; New York (A) 3 Cincinnati (N) 8 Philadelphia N) 4 ' Brooklyn (N) 3; Washington (A) Pittsburgh (N) 2; Boston (A) 1 St. Louis (N) 9; Chicago (N) 4 Baltimore (A) 9 Cleveland (A) Chicago "B" (N) 2 "B" (A) 3; Cincinnati Fights Last Night \ By The Associated Press? .Spokane — Bobby Woods, 132, Spokane, outpointed GeorgieDunn, 134 .-Edmonton, Alta., 12. Washington — Holly Mims, 15T/ 2 , Washington, stopped Sandy Baxter, 164Va, New York, 2. ' Wichita, Kan. — Hobby Bicklo, 138,' Topeka, outpointed Dave Shade, 140, Detroit, 10. A giraffe can wrap its tongue a- iin^ a piece of food and draw it into its month. Legal Notice 13 pounds. Others in the field are S. ; I. Match Not to Revive Bontom Class NEW YORK (UP) maker Teddy Brenner of Brook- lyns Eastern parkway Arena todaj abandoned plans Jp revive the bantamweight class because of Nate Brooks superiority and the lack of Public interest in the division. Last night young Brooks of Cleveland North American bantam chanjpips, wpn a "shutout ppn-titie decision over ex - champ Henry (Pappy) Gault in a TV 10- rounder. None of the three ring officials gave Gault a round, /,! ?t .! r . da y-.» ww w» «rrt |t Oaklawn Crew's Chanzibar, Team and Yount's Lutie T. S. S. Brown and ->. c. Waggoners Fair Dust, T - Davis Jr.'s Ginhy Bee, L G* gate. Even then, they would not|J°nes' Maggie's Gem and Hejna bite unless their quwy attempted an d Wilspn's Leanelle. to escape or unless they were or- The St. Patrick's Day Purse six clered to attack, furjong secondary , feature, ' has eight good sprinter* going to the are Reynolds Brothers' . Melpdy, Mrs. L. F r y s B est Air; L. B. Rfljbpurn's Buster Buttons e. B. McAtee's Darkle, 'Mrs M. Andrews' Woodbreak, Ben Fogelson's Hopedo, J. T. Dilla'-'s Crp"s ChaU and ^ Sledge ' s Miss The holiday card is an all sprint affau- with the exception of a mile and a sixteenth nightcap. post. They loss of their a body blow t otheir chances of-beating Brooklyn,-out in the National League race. ., . . • The bench strength added by the club .-'sijjce last season will make ,it possible for him to stay in the battle for the six weeks he expects to be \vithou t the serVices of the Flying Scot, Grimm firmly be lieves. : He feels his club is too solid- in other words, to collapse eveii'partially through the loss of one man "Sure, we'll miss him,-", he said "Any team would miss such a player But the outfielder who takes his place.—say that it's Jirn Pendleton—isn't going to hurt us Pendleton played a lot of fine ball for me last year, and there are a couple of other good ones too Then when Thomson is ready to play again, we'll have him too That'sj'lhe way to look at it" The player who will be given a chance to benefit most spectacularly from Thomson's bad luck, appears to be Henry' Aaron, a 21) year - old Negro batting sensation who has not yet played higher than him, the one and only wild boss, of the Osage has been for some years,! f not the best, then by a long' .shot .the most colorful pilot in the Florida International League, r. su.yhemostshrd shrd s hr shr s He won he flag at Fort L.auder- dale last season and will do his class-A- ball the official and is not Milwaukee even on rostei. ,. finally up to hia Mickey Mantle, it will' be recalled. joined the Yankees under similai circumstances, though without anything like Aaron's record Playing only his second year, of pro ball, the youngster from Mobile hit 362 for Jacksonville last season and was named the Moft Valuable Player in the South Atlantic League He Jed the league in every hitting department ex^ cept triples and home runs, and he was runner-up in those He was HcHeted TrlpJe-A to report to Toledp in this year, but Grimm his mind abruptly h e watched Thomson off, the field. Grjmm a}so is enjoyment in, watching his - heavy thinking for ,Miami Beach .in- the coming rafce.. •', •'•.-'':.;':.'. ; •• The most "rugged m'emeber .the . famous St. .Louis Cardinals Gas Hpuse Gang .'of/the early 193,0s has-jusVjrurhed 50, and from all pccbiints/he hasn't chaiiged much. He still takes .batting practice .\yith', bis'-men qnd: likes to entertain theVldds.-'Jn' the bleachers by standing,- flatfooted and jumping up to' the fifth row of "se.ats. . The man who, by unanimous consent of his opponents and teammates was the roughest competitor since Ty Cdbb's day wouldn't think of making the long road trips in the team bus. He drives his won truck, which is loaded with fishing tackle so he can stop ns the spirit moves him and reel in a few, H? alfjo keeps a cot in, his games he .can get in some hasty a few. He also keeps a cot in his clubhouse so that after night garnetf he can get in some hasty sleep and start fishing at daylight. Be is the only manager in the league who insists upon having a coach. The c.oach doubles between direpting traffic on the bases and driving ' the gus, tliougfy Martin consents occassionally to help sup- pei'vise the base running. They say that this comparative freedom is especially gratifying to Pepper when his team visits th|s cigar-making centers. His admirers always present him with a fistt ful of their biggest.and finest Top Tedrns Pfay in the AAUMeet DENVER 00 - Peorja's two-time er top Met, nual AAU basketball tournament today. All appear t ohave easy touches in a seven-game scheidole which trims the field fpr tomorrow's quarter-finals by overcoming Mil- waokee ' Allen-Bradley, 73-65, "last night. • ^ '' Peoria's Caterpillars ' are matched against Anderson Towne Hoose of Indianapolis, 64-57 winner over the Panhandle Flyers pf Anchorage Alaska in a first round game. The Phillips 66ers of Bartlesville. •Qkla., should have little dif- fieulty with the Carmack Realtors of Cleveland Ohio who had r jTal trouble before beating Clarkson Realty of Des Moines, 68-65. Denver's Central Bankers, «», beaten in 13 gariies his seas/jn on the tournament court, will meet one of the better service clubs in Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo, The soldiers moved through >the fjrst round by beating the Trenton, N.J., Del Rlos, 83-64. . " , ' The Ft. Sill, ers turned back 0aiif., Phibpais, 91,55, in the beat game of the tourne ment. Both played sparking offent sive ball, aijd made few mistakes, The N#Yy,fiv<5 lost ground in the he is enabjed to retire to the stands, W d. (?ijjpy » )t|iey » on the actual playing , last fpur minutes after Minspn, former Brigham Roland Young ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS :> 1. Sealed proposal addressed to County of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, City of Hope, Arkansas, for the construction of Hempstead ..,County Hospital, for the County of Q Hempstead, State of Arkansas, hereinafter called "Owner" in accordance with plans, specifications and contract documents, which are prepared by and may be obtained from the office of Weaver & Stowers, Architects, Commercial National Bank Building, Little Rock, Arkansas, will be received at the office of County Judge U. G. Ga'rrett in the County Courthouse, Hope, Arkansas, until 2:00 p. m. O'clock, Saturday, April 17, 1954 Q? and then publicly opened and read alpud. Any bid received after closing time will be returned unopened. , 2. Separate proposal shall be filed for; the' (A) General Construction (B) Plumbing Work •••'-. (C) Heating and Air Condition- 1 ing Work .D) Electrical Work 3. .A cashier's qheck, certified che,ck; or acceptable bidder's bond, riayable to-the Owner in an amount if); .not' le^s than 5% of the largest pos- ' sible total for the bid submitted in- Deluding the 'consideration of ad- di.tivc alternates, must accompany each bid as a guarantee that, if awarded the contract, -the bidder WJJ11 promptly enter into a contract' and execute such bonds as may be required. 4. 'Attention is called to the fact that the rate of pay for labor and mechanics engaged in the construction of the project will be not less (J! •than the prevailing wage rates for similar work as determined in accordance with Public Luw No 403 of the Seventy-Fourth Congress ap- Proved August 30. 1935, as amend- eq, and further in full compliance with any state wage law that may be applicable. 5. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or air bids and to I'aivf; any ftnd all formalities. 0. 'Plans and specifications may be examined without charge in the Cl office of County Judge U. G, Gar— * Hope, Arkansas, and may be "—' from the office of Weaver standout, fouled out. Until then the teams hatf traded ipeJWwlar gh,p,QtJnj» BasketbaTl * Stowers, Architects, Commercial National Bank Building, Little ,«jW#. Arkansas, upon deposit of $50.00 per s?t. Refunds on deposit will be made in full to bona fide bidders on not tp exceed 2 sets of documents, upon return of such dPCuments within five days from receipt of bids.. Additional sets of documents in excess of 2, sets, and ,'1 documents issued to non-bidders are available by depositing $50.00 Pej set with refund at the rate Pf $25,QQ per set upon return of doc- 7. B

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