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mas. f * ? t* * MOM % ? i. •"" • • s '." J- T ' " • * ", * SfAft* HOM, ARKANSAS ritfay, M«eh f 9> t$54 A^« MUSt Be In Office D47 Before Publlcatlcft for corf of tklp. raw. slng copy p.m. for oltowJrtO , ihs right 1 Ht adv«rtl»dmont. of, Ortd to ro|«et f r«iiitb*r« eoufit 01 ont i ' i i * lll not b« rmpon. Wont, Ad« tJnl*u to our anenfloh rtlon,.o£ od and V; trw ONE' Inc6fr.ct * * * rl"^<"" For Sale, BABY Chicks. Large assortment. See these chicks before buying -^*«**P^refte««S»»aHHi<!! Ham. llton, Feb. S NOW AVAILABLE , H1NG-CLOSE IN mFfepacfi, by the month, v now .nVallable at^park-- ii5tilot/-|^af-oftSt. Mark's^ Epis- cojiai Chiirch; Jlrd ahd Elm. Con- tack Joe Mason at Frisco "Depot '--p, m. '10-121 MASEY'S Farm. 80 acres and rfewly debated hbuse, One mUe rtottiitijwn ,$20,000. Will sell house Hud 13 acres, $14,000, Trade *6t pine timber land. Phone 7-SS35, Mar, 10-1 Mo. 1951 CHEVROLET. 4 door, power .glide, heater, radio, and Scat Covers. Under 15,000 miles. Grain Esso Station lfi-6t MCE home. 4 rooms & bath. 214 lots. N(»w paint. New roof, Rosegarden, Vel'y Cheap. Phone '74440, ' ' ' 17-31 BABY buggy, Good condition. See Mrs. Lyle McMahen, at 6akha- ven or'phone 7-4945." ' 17-3t |:M.j'pavli,.- Supt, Manager r /rtottar o 'rkoHtas, ilipod-^ *£' b' ^ •fthbor- Hay, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. Also some;, pure .lespod- eza. T. S. McDavitt. Phone 7'^JB. , , rfr . C a 3-TF ESTMAN, Kodak,. 828 flash Ban- tarn carn'era'.'Coated F. 4.6 lens. Includes: Kodak, Flash unit, 5 filters,-> adapter- ring and lens hood. Excellent for doldrslides. 1H $80 value for $5».'.Ed JiistUs, Pho, lography,- JOS ^Mh Elm. 17-3t BEAUTJFOT^ new* white gold en' ^agemerit'and wedding ring set. *% carat* diamond and smaller stones. Jewelers certificate, $150,60." You- 4913. $100,00. Call 718-31 Political « i Announcements the Stat it fluthdriaed to ifi- flounce that the following afc candidates for public office gut* ject to thg action of the Demo cratlc primary elections. '.-ffo'r Treaturef'. HAftRY HAWTHORNS CLIFFORD; BYEttS DWIGHT RIDQDILL ' For Courtty Clsrk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RtJGGLfiS JIMMY .COOK R. D. (SON) .PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS Alderman Ward 8 ' B, L. RETTIG Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-9989. March I-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-lMb. MATTRESS renovation ••• and Innerspring work..Cobb Mattress:-Co; 310 , Sotjth Washington. 7-2022. Phone 4-tf Wanted to Buy Flat top office desk. In good condition. Phon,o> 7-3760, 17-31 Help Wanted Arkansas Paces Gulfport Tourney GtftFPORT. Mice. U&—Afhateu John Btlsiek of Monette, Ark. fired a two-uttder-par <J9 to place in the top 21 golfers at the $5,0<X Gulf Coast Invitatidnal Go!f Tournament here yesterrtny. Jonesboro-L. R. Winner Tourney a Favorite "WILL Have few more days, nice big fryers for 75c. [ Mrs. Lester , Huckabee. ' 18-3t I - - e ^ * > BABY Chicks, AAAAl Grade. ' , HOtLY GROCERY & MARKET , 902'West, 3rd St.' "Phone 7.-9903 ' ;-!' K',/> !-,, i 'I / , ifl-4't P nawi Ph'one' con- Phone'7-2155 UPHOIL5TERY VOTE "^oleV's air r he\^ Court's" whea-guesfB 3 ar.rive«or tourists in^a u !K4; 2 'Beo"0e $PO,*'4 people $8,00. , ' Feb. 17-1 Mo. We g^ye the best Prices and best Trades' 4or your old 'Furniture. HOUSTON CITY-'FURNITURE CO; „ ,. i> -r 'iPlione,7*2201 l,,^',' i Feb. 22-lMo. /SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazelle. «, Complete spovts. Other late neWs, "KCMC-TV progrnms. Eearly delivery. Dale Hartsfield,' Phone 7-4610, Mar, 12-1 Mo. NEW Trailer Park, Nights -,$1; >Weekly, $5; Monthly, $19. "Two New Tile Showers; Tvytfi New Stools; Boley's Court. 'Reference Citizens • and National Bank. March 16-1 Mo, SALESMAN $2.50, Weekly $17,pO, 2 people $3.00. Discount to trucks, ' all new innersprings, foam „ pillows, refrigerated, "Safer" Tile. >Boley's "quieter" Court. "\ , ' r March 17-1-Mo. I COX'S Cafe at Fulton will Se.rve Turkey Dinner Sunday March 2J.st. $1,00 per plate. Drinks extra, 18-3t Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyei-s fop all size farms. List today. United Farm .Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phon,e 7-3766. Mar. 10-1 Mo. Business Opportunity HERE is an excellent opportunity to own a modern C room homo ^jind going grocery business, All CHI same lot. Business' now doing over $3,000.00 per month gross,. Both the grocery store >and home EXCHANGE those spare hours' for a good in corn*.. -Avon products offers an excellent opportunity. <• Representatives needed in Hope' and- Blevins. Write Mrs. Hulseyj Albert Pike S.tation, Box 71, Hot! •Spr ngs, J Arkansas,. _ 18-3t ; For Rent THREE apar'tnfent. Nicely furnished. 204 Bonner^ 15-TF C ROOM house. Good location. Can be used as duplex. 812 West 4th. , Dial-7-3152, 16-TF NEWLY Decora,ted 3 rpom apartment. $20.00. Share bath and utilities. 1816 West 4tH. D"ial 7-3152. 16-TF 3,,KOOM house. $10.00 tfer mohth. W is28 j tfesf 1 4th/'i 1 8-3t 16 ACRES. 6 room house on West 10th. $30,00. >, 19-6t SAMUELS "REAL ESTATE PHONE ' 7r3frea i T ' ,( 4 ROOM furhished apartment, 712 East 3rd street. Phone 7-2329, "l 19-3t Real Estate for Sale LARGE modern home. 50 x 140 lot;' 'i locate.^ ' in 'excellent neighborhood. South.Main St. Can bo nancedi* ' •-,/ - l9-3t L'IEBL'ONG' ; REALTY CO. PHONE 7-2228 TWO'hom'es. One 6 room on corner lot,' one new 4 room adjoining, Both homes can be bought for $5.000.00 and p 1 art financed. An excellent location for neighborhood. Store. 19-3t LIE-BLONG REALTY CO. f Phone By CARL BELL JONESBORO, Iffi —With one ra> Pier notable exception, the team iat will show up for the semi- inals in the Arkansas Class A -figh School basketball tournament ere tonight are those everybody xpected 14 games also. Jonesboro, the one strong title avorite, -will meet Little; Rock's ough opporunists and Van Buren, he northwest's perennial conlend- r, will take on Sheridan. The championship game will be ilayed Saturday night. Sheridan, the unexpected... stran- er among the survivors,' chopped ark horse Hope down to size 599 last night in the meet's , o n ly pset. •' '-..;;.-••. Winf red (Winkie- May,;^who ma- leuverecl an amazing number of lear shots right in front-'of the lasket, rang in 25 , points" to lead he conquest of the southwest Ar- :ansas Bobcats and run !his two- ame tournament total to 59. Garnie Hatch','Hope's .jump shot rtist, looped 22 points for.; a total f 67 in three games, but Sheridan's zone defense held the other Cats well in check. . . Strong rebounding by tall Pete Collier and Bob Crawford played a vital role in Van Buren's 51-32 victory over Fort Smith. But, i'l the end, it. was Fort Smith's fouling and the . Pointers free shooting .that made the difference in the score. Van/Buren got 31 of its- point!} from the .free, throw line. ' Don,. Watkins' 1,4 . points ; for Van Buren were, enough to give him individual honors for the game. -The Jonesboro Hurricane advanced with eaSe, walloping Hoxie to brew up a tingling rally to get past MonticeUb 57-49.. Little Rock trailed nearly all the way and was still Behind 49-48 with..a .minute and 14 seconds left to play, ijrooks Robinson tapped in a rebound, to-put .the,'Timers on tor 50-49 and' LJttie ;; ;iibbk used free throws to increase "the 'edge as Monticello fought and fouled for the bail,-- •••- ;••••••; /'.•,;.'. r-. •Shinny Little . Ralh Childs, the tournament's: ''finest play-making guard, turned shooter deluxe to rip through 19point s in pacing Joriesboro over the Hoxie Mustangs." 1 ' ' : - . • • '.:••, • ;" - '.-. It : was Joriesboro's 32nd: victory without a lose this season. The • only one of the- semi-finalists which has never won a state championship' is: Sheridan. Since the state tournament was ' innau- gitrated in 3933, Little Rock has won five crowns, Jonesboro four, and Van Btiren one. This, is Jonesboro's Iflih trip to the semi-finals; Little Rock's 13'th; Longshots in Nail Cage Semifinals §y PATRICK KANSAS CITY Ufc — Basketball's Tiost cherished prize, the National L'ollegiate championship; goes up for grabs tonight with four long- shot entries squaring off in semifinal games. "The team that gets hot and stays hot" will become the cham- aion in the words of Southern California Coach Forrest Two- lood. "Everybody has a chance." Twogood's Trojans, Pacific 2oasl Conference champions, nnd he Bradlev Braves, an at-largc entry, play the first game. Two Pennsylvania teams, La Salle College of Philadelphia and it-large Penn State, follow. A sellout crowd of more than 9,800 is assured for both tonight's ?nmes and the finals tomorrow in •nunicipal auditorium. The cham- Giardello, Troy Punch Tonight By MURRY ROSE Nfe W YORK, I/P) —Boxer Joey Giardello and puncher Willie (No) Clihvh) Troy clash tonight, in a Madison Square Garden 1'0-rounder that has most ever/one but the fighters puzzled over the .outcome , "I'll take him" said the Cocky 23-year-old Giardello. "That stand- iip style of his is> my dish, I'll out- box him.." "Giardello • is a good boxer and 1 expect he'll-stay back,' 1 said confident, 21-year-old Willie. "That's okay with me. I'll go p.fter him. I can beat him," The two middleweight contenders are practically the only ones making a firm StShd. The betting is a tossupp—6-5 and tt>ke. y o u r pick. There has been considerable Wagering over this boxer vs. puncher "natural" which has provoked more interest than most recent title fights. The scrap will be broadcast (ABC 1 and telecast (NBC 1 locally and nationally. Jionship tussle will be televised Starting time is 10 p.m., EST. ocally and nationally by NBC. The games are .scheduled at 10 P.m. and 11:45, EST. Each of the teams got in a brisk practice session in the auditorium yesterday afternoon. All of the. players were in excellent physical "onditlon. The Penn State squad was handled by Assistant: Coach Jonn ,gli, since Coach Elmer Gross iecame ill en route and. was left n Pittsburgh. He was /.expected iere today by trains, however. Because of the presence of Tom Try to Oust Business FromBaseball WASHINGTON I/P)—Sen. Edwin C.-Johnson (D-Colo) said today he feels .• "pretty optimistic" about his .chances, of pushing through ola, only All America +o survive '.Congress his bill lo drive business he seige of upsets in the rcgionals, La Salle (24-4) has been installed slight favorite over Penn State's 7-5) Lions. A REAL nice 5 room home, Nic«4 ly located. Corner ( lot 75 x^ 140 Pavement,'$4,250,00-can be fln anued. ( , . ; ;' 19-3t LIEBLONG REALTY CO, PHONE 7-2228 f t t ,.-.>» '!••», Semifinals in AAU Tournament DENVER, ' I/VI— Pepila'i two- imo 6hampioi\s meet Denver, can be. for the price o( tl>q have to act o;uiclc 19-31 LIEBLONG REALTY CO. PHONE 7-2228 un- and jealen at home, 'this' soa'son, San Diego's £poiler$ play B[ort Sill Okla., tonight ih the sehiifiiials of the 47th annual AAU Basketball EXPERIENCED,-'waiU'ess. Apply in person only. Mack's Restaurant. 409 East 3rd, foimeyly, The Snpck Shop. - , 18-TF- Tournament, San Diego's Grihalya Buicksbar- —' rele d -into {pp eonk'ntjoiJ lost ' night by overturning the classy Phillips 60ers of Bartlesville, Okla. 63-5!)'Jim Hoverder'pilote4 San Diego to victory with a 12^ point fouith quarter. Graduation Gifts; The easy way, Lay'A-Way. WATCHES of all mokes. Mhoon's Jewelry 119 T * up -TO!WT«'-"'i™"5^F-Ti CUSTOM SUUOHTEIilNG FA'^aWltf bWl 9 eg Kolph Montgomery Phone 7-3391 Bradley (18-12,), finalist in both he NCAA and NIT in 1950 and he biggest team in this tournament, is favored over Southern California' (20-12). Penn State has a great com-' etitor in center Jesse Arnelle, at -5 the talles man on t he Lions Van Buren's ; fourth and Sheridan's second. , Paid attendance through last night totaled 8,136. With the last two sessions expected to^draw heavily this meet has achance to top the all-time crowd total of 12,090 at Fayetteville in 1952. However, the tournament that year was reeled off in four days, while this one is extended over five. The 1952 gross receipts out of $10,274 seem definitely out of reach, with the take here so far less than half that figure. ... .Here is the bpx score on the Hope, Sheridan game Hope Hatch .......'..;:. Griffin Halbei-{ Mitchell Stanley Russell 0 1 • Totals .;..,.,..,...19 11 49 Sheridan G F TP Caple ., Taylor G F TP ;. ;;•; : i'o 2 3 i '. 4 1 •; ....^.... 2 4. , :....:.. 2 2 '7 6 ,.....,....; 1 McCool 4 May, W. 11 Beck 1 May, F : 0 16 5 11 24 Total , Hope Sheridan :23 13 '59 ,15 29 41. 49 out of baseball; . Johnson ' said in an interview that [the Justice Department is moving in on baseball right now ! in an effort to get the Supreme Court to overturn its decision that baseball is no subject to the nation's antitrust laws. "If my bill doesn't pass." the said, "I.,feel certain the Supreme Court will take back its protection of baseball." Johnson, president of the Class A: Western League and the leading- congressional' spokesman on baseball matters, said, this is so because the- (Justice Department now has a clear antitrust" case which it can bring against August A, Bush, owner of the St. Louis Cardinals. Justice Department officials indicated that if Busch is using base- bal 1 to help peddle Bu'dweiser beer, nothing in the recent Supreme Court ^decision prevents the government from moving 1 against him. .•',Bu^ch is president of Anjeuser- •Slfst^i'-St, ' Louis brewery' which makes Bildweiser. He also operates ,the Cardinals and Johnson said the baseball club is a "wholly owned subsidiary" of the brewery company. The Coloradl> senator said the beer cprnpahy is able to write off losses incurred in baseball for tax benefits 'in" its b r e wery operations. • Th'ere are about 1,200 million acres classified as ."land in farms' in the United Slates. Garnie Hatch Sure All-State Selection By CARL BELL JONESBORO, Wi — "Sidelights of a state . basketball tournament: Official all-tourriey teams usually are composed of 10 mert, and we found a mighty fine dividing line in selecting our unofficial first and second quintets. . The first five* would have to be Winfred May of Sheridan; Garnie Hatch of Hope; Ralph Childs of Jonesboro Bob Crawford of Van Buren and Jimmy Anderson of Hoxie. Our second five: Larry Grisham and Jim Hunt of Jonesboro Pete Collier and David Hampton of Van Buren; and Ronnie Weeks of Little Rock. . . , . We purposely picked our teams before the semi-finals and finals so that those games wouldn't prejudice us against deserving boys whose teams didn't get that far. They can't all make' all-state in high school, but Hope wns conceded to have more college basketball prospects than any other - entry. The balance of the Bobcats had even Glen Rose, , the university.'? cage mentor, wondering. For a momerit he'd rate Hatch as Hope's best college prospect, remarking; "He has something that coaches can't teach a boy —the ability to liit the basket." Rose would pause and add: "Then there's that big No. 77 (Charles Halbert) and David Griffin 1 looks good to me." Another pause. "That Russell Mitchell ought to make a good guard. He . can really dribble and drives in hard. Of course he's ju'st a junior high' school now." in Coach Sam Hindsman of Perenial AIC Champion Arkansas Tech also is here scouting for talent. . .The state's two leading basketball fans are on hand. They're Gov. Cherry and Sammy Feldma n of Helena, who is attending his 40th' 1 j. consecutive meet. squad;'He was voted Most Valuable Player in the Iowa City reg- ionals over All Americas Don Schjundt of Indiana and Bob Pettit 15 36 44,59 of Louisiana State.' KILL .WITHCARI BY HUGH LAWRENCt NEtSON Copyright l«wrene« N«li»n, Distributed by NEA Strvic*, Inc, THE STORY: Lieut Mark Richards of the Colorado City police force has returned from his honeymoon, bringing. Joan] his bride, to Investigate the death of Police Chief Otto Drover, 'whose daughter was a friend .of Private Detective Jim Durin Chief Drover received a phone call from Banker Atwood prior to his murder by two "monsters" In a fake hprror film publicity stunt Atwood refused to help the p°llce, declaring he had no knowledge that would aid the Investigation ','•''• • f l i it i * '} " H -i', X •^ - «' •''*" Hoverder, one-lime Central Missouri State sjar, iprie<i San Diego loose from a 54-54 tie with a drive- in field goal nnd a free throw with three minutes to play. From theij on, the frantic COers never caught ' The champioh "Cateyp'illars from Illinois barely slipped by San Franctsco's Young Men's Institute, 5.6-55. The West Cougt oiu'o protested the game because of an out- of-bounds rullnp in the final five seconds, but th$ ; mittee disallowed 'Iti Sain Reports to Yankees * W- Johnny VI Lieut Mark Richards got up Torn the conference table where .he new chief and Sergeant Early were seated, came, toward Jim with an outstretched hand "Glad you got here, Jim We're pust starting How is Nancy?' "I 'left her with Joan You got back fast, Mark" "Of course Joan and I got up early..-to head still farther back into the mountains I turned on the car radio—and heard We started driving all right, but this way" "Sprry about that part of it Mark" Richards shrugged In no way at all did he resemble the self- conscious man he had been just prior to the wedding service He was self-assured, and there was a deep, underlying happiness in him which would remain "A cop is like a doctor in some ways, Jim And Joan—was swell," He smiled at his personal memory, #nd then hjs face set into more iisual lines- "So let's get pn, with this "I'll buy it for now," -Mark said "We pulled in everyone we could think of who might have had a grudge against the chief Here in town, I mean," Early said "The routine," Mark |aid "And you got,?" "Nothing," Early said "Except how much all the local bad boys loved ' Chief Drpver You know We're- holding a couple of them you to see, but if you want for my honest opinion, it , adds up to nothing at all" ' Jim waited on the sidewalk until Mark carne out of headquarters after a stop at the switchboard 'You're dead on your feet," Mark said "I just phoned Joan Nancy finally had something to eat I' guess after they both had a good cry Nancy has gone to sleep now" There was pride ih Richard's voice when he spoke of his wife "We'll get you a quiet room somewhere, and I promise to phone you there as soon as Nancy wakes up As soon as she wants you" "Good enough My bags are at the Holt Avenue Hotel The Holt Ave, I guess/ you'd call it Oh, for heaven's sake I guess I'm the suggestible type I already have a quiet room Right there I guess it's really time J got some sleep" Mark drove slowly toward the hotel "You make anything of this, Jim?" "J don't know" "While I think pf it—what abouj the stains on the cuff and sleeve of the smock? J gathered frpm report there wpujdnj'j; be t some On thf weapon carded, swey,- $9 jt been puslxed up how I felt toward Otto Drover We'll'-. get whoever did this Y u u know that Bi.it you act as if you didn't like the setup Do you un-. feel ofj wrong ' all dei-standi mp, at afiW' ' things. Somethiri Something screwy I get the idea, and I don't' like' it, that. someone would have .been killed anyway,' that it wds Chief Drover who was murdered, just because chance put him there" • "Maybe you didn't put that with your usual- clarity, Jim, but I understand You mean Drover was picked to be killed just chance?" Monticello must be getting-'a 1 tired of losing state tournament games in, the last minute. A long game-ending shot >' by Clinton's Paul Bradford beat the Hillbillies in last year's finals at Fayetteville. 7 •'.: Yesterday they blew a : 13-point half-time lead but still were ahead with-just over a minute left —only to be swamped suddenly by Little Rock. . -,... Arkansas State Athletic Director Ike Tomlinson is. pumping for ail appeal -cage double header ;., irf spacious Barton Colliseum 'at?'Little] Rock, with his team meefin'g ei- Lher . Mississippi or Mississippi State and- the Arkansas Razorbacks' taking on the other. . .it would be; dandy attraction for the fans and should be good for a two-night stand if the Arkansas clubs swapped opponents the second night, . However, the University isn't interested in such a deal. I t All-Night Watch for Tornadoes By the Associated Press An are a bounded by Texarkarirt in the southwest and Bald Knob in the northeast —the heart of Arkansas' tornado alley —held an all-' hight watch for twisters as a cold front moved eastward across the state. , The U. S. Weather Bureau, after a firs! alert late yestereay, issued this warning at 9 last night: "A few tornadoes ar e from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. along amP. 1 60 miles on either side of a line from Texarkana, Ark., to 50 miles northeast of Pine Bluff." This is the section that was fa- vaged two years ago this month by tornadoes that killed 116 persons. Heavy sho\Vers and light thunderstorms spotted the area from about 10:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Forecasters aaid the danger wag caused by a cold front moving across the extreme northern 1 lip oijt the state and that the possibiliy tornadoes was expected to diminish as the front passed to the cast. Fiqhts Last Night GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Pat Lowrcy, 146, Detroit,, outpointed Gene Parker, 145, Indianapolis, R. Newark, N. J. —Jerome Rcihard- son, 162, Now York knocked out* Irish Jackie Wilson, 161, Boston, 1. -Philadelphia — Bolden Abrams, 134, Philadelphia, and Henry Toothpick Brown, 135, Philadelphia, D'rew, 8. Baseball By The Associated Press Thursday's Results « Detroit (A) 1. Boston (A) 0 Chicago (A) 5, Philadelphia (Aw r ' •• Brooklyn (N) 4, New York (A) 1 'Pittsburgh (N) 8, Washington (A) 6 New York (N) 9, Chicago N 6 Cincinnati (N !), St. Louis (N) Philadelphia (N) * 12, Milwaukee (N) 10 ', Baltimore (A) 7, Cleveland (A) 0 Legal Notice No.'7574 .In the Chancery Court of ,1 ' Hempstead County,, Ark. Jesse Stewart '. Plaintiff .--. ' vs. . ''•'.) Stella Mae Stewart Defendant WARNING ORDER i The defendant, Stella Mae Stew-, art, court the. complaint of the Plaintiff,; Jesse-Stewa-r-t^.^-™'' '.. . .Witness" "my hfind and the seal§j,| of" said court this 17th day o( is warned to appear ( in , .this! ; within thirty dayff a'nS 'answer-' March 1954. (SEAL) . Garrett Willis, Clerk. March 19, 26, April 2, 5 Legal Notice Texarkand Girls Lose in Tourney MAIRANNA WIVan Buren and Altheimer, Greene County Tech and Ozark battle it out today for the right o join Parkin and Bergman in the seirti-finals of the State Senior Girls Basketball Tour- yes teday, is favored v fp, defeat Altheimer. Altheimer advanced to the quarterfinal round by a much closer margin of 44-36 over Strawberry. . Greene County Tech of Paragould fought a one-player team in defeating Texarkana, 54-4Q, Rebec.- ca Bland scored ali;,but eight of "It stands onut." Dunn said "It was only by chance he went past the theater" "The bank entrance is next door," M^rk said "If someone had known Prqver was on his way to see Atsvood, had an appointment with him, the bank entrance could have been kept under observation It wpuld have been easy enough to divert the gang of kids by throwing candy" "I said I was tired Maybe even stupid" "Maybe And some times you get impressions better when your body's all in Let's work up to what I think ypu have in mind The phone call first Let's say fop now it was old Atwood, who had more of a" problem than going to my wedding I knpw him, and he's the type who wpwW scream to high heaven fov help if—say he was threatened lo^^ta^^^ce" —- ^" ' anf'wss a little \>y Texarkana's points. Tech's qua rterfinal opponent; Ozark has a pair of 6 foot-4 twins Eleanor and Fanny Holder, who dropped in a total of 57 points when their tearn defeated DOS Are, 7457, in first round, play yester* day. prised, to* find did not Jail off "It's, what I had jn mind, and ypu kn,ow of cases when it has jjjjppened. thgt way An r»pke| % Psjf - up pj- plge Or e \h\n& w^H bSRpen IP you a te prpnjment Piti? JR Jhfe ' First Round Greene County Tech 54 karisas 46 Altbemer 44 Strawberry 36 Van Buren 62; Bee Branch 45 Bergman 66 Dyess 36 Basketball r ? * By The Associated Press Quarterfinals Jonesboro 82 Jfq!£ie 65 Little Rock §7 j MonticeJlo 49 Van,, B.Wen, 51) Fprt Smith 32. Sheridan 59 Hope 49 By United Press National A.A.U. basketball tour ney at Denver, Colo, (quarter ft nals): Peoria Caterpillars (San Francisco) 55 V.M.I. guicks (San Phiiljps Oilers-58 Benver Bspkeyg 6jB; ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS '1. Sealed proposal addressed to ty of Hempstead, State of nsas, City of Hope, Arkansas,; , ,_ hei construction of Hempsteadf^P i\Tnty Hospital, for -the County of 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 W eaver & Stowers, Architects, Commercial National Bank Building, Little Rock, Arkansas, will be received at the office of County Judge U. G,' Garrett in the County Courthouse, Hope, Arkansas, until 2:00 p.. rn.tj I O'clock, Wednesday,, April 14, 1954 ' and,then publicly opened and .read aloud. 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 Conditioning Work ,D) Electrical Work 3. A cashier's check, certified, check,, or, acceptable bidder's bond^ payableitb'the Owner in an amount npf' less,;than 5% of the largest possible.; total for the bid submitted including the consideration of additive alternates, must accompany each bid as a guarantee that, if awarded the contract, the bidder will promptly enter into a contract qnd execute such bonds as rijay.be required. . 4. Attention is called to the fact that the rate of pay for labor and mechanics engaged in the- eoiiiii'Uc^ tion of the project will be not less than the prevailing wage rates for similar work as determined in accordance with Public Law No, 403 of the Seventy-Fourth Congress, ap, proved August 30, 1935, as amended, and further in full compliance with any state wage law that may be applicable. 5. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any and all formalities. 6. Plans and specifications ...„.,, pe examined without charge in the office of Cpunty Judge U. G. Garrett. Hppe, Arkansas, and may be procured frpm the office of Weaver & Stowers, Architects, Cpmmercial National Bank BuUding, Little Jte ck - Arkansas, upon deposit of $50,00 per set. Refunds on deposit will be made in full to bon,a file bidders on not to exceed 2 sets p( documents, upon return of s«ch documents within five .day? from, receipt of bids. Additional sets of* dpcuments Jn excess pf 2 sets, and dopuments issued to non-bidders ?re .available by depositing $50.00 per set with refund at the rate o| $2,5.00 per set upon return of dpc, uments within five (5) days frcjm, receipt of bids. 7. Np Wds may be withdrawn, , !ter the scheduled, clPsing •" " ' receipt of bid.?. " '•" feidjei's must^ O f SIS

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