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i£8 ffecdrds of more than] ' :, only a fifth of which ' without a, telescope. MOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Monday, /tine <6, 1955 »^~.,... ^ *~^..f **-..= .--....; Biibte in Braille requires 20 rhakihg a stack five feet JPECIAU CLOSE OUT CLASSIFIED Ad* Must Be In Office Day Sefftre Publication Legal Notie* COVERS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY "- COMPANY us now for your*. > • ••••' » 6r AIR-CONDITIONER 'M«mm Tire & Appliance Co. 8. Walnut St WANT AD RATES All Wdftt Ads are payable In ddv6iW« but ads will b* . accepted over the telephone and occomodo- tlon accounts allowed with the utv derstandihg the account It payable when 'Matement l«" rendered. REFRIGERATION - ;•' and AIR CONDITIONING f SERVICE I APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 E. 3rd 7-2809 Nurnber Of Word* Up to IS 16 to 20 ai to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to SO one Ddy ..45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX Day* 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 S.OO On* Mortfh 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 M. ft. Luck Highway €7 W«it LUCK'S USID FURNITURE CO. KHgc of City Llmlti Weit > Gallon Water Barred for lala Phm 7-4381 Hope, Ark. .YOU NEED LUMBER? ..(Slmerulon, Siding, S4S, flooring, ; 10'f-li 1 ' Rough boxing. * C1. WADDLE LBR. CO. Highway 4 East i Phones: 7< '-1^50 or 7-4974 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per Inch 3 times 60c per Inch 6 times SOc per inch Rates quoted above ore for con- Secutlve insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day, The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any. objectionable advertising submitted Initials of • one or more letters, groups or flglres such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent KSKn :\yi-n! * MATTRESSES br Made Into lnn«. ' Work Guar»nte*tf On* Day ServlM *••• .... DAVIS : : ' • I toMMr* & MottMM C». MMM:M1§;«.'Kim »tr««t Phon» 7-1211 %*W« NICE 4 room furnished garage apartment, recently re-decorated. Also garage, Phone 7-3497. 4-Gt Political Announcement The Star is authorized to an<- hounce that the following arft candidates fo'f public offlcft' subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections! Pop Mayor B. L. RETTIG H. M. (OLIE) OLSON TALBOT FEILD. JR. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY ARKANSAS. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY ARKANSAS. ET AL PLAINTIFFS VS. NO. 2690 LUTHER JEFFERS ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER AND APPLICATION FOR , , CONDEMNATION OF LANDS Real Estate for Sola rent — we buy WE SELL — we Real Estate. * FRANKLIN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. I own 4 unit Apartment House, good condition, corner lot, paved street, Hope, Arkansas. Anxious sell, would trade ibr commercial, such as Service Station. Elmer Dale, Blanco, Texas, Phone 2241. 4-6t The defendants Luther Jeffers, Mrs. Luther Jeffers, Nixon French, Mrs. Nixon French, Robert French, Mrs. Robert French, Azora French Hicks Laney. The Heirs of W.' L. Davis and the wives of the rrtale heirs, W. E. Barton, A. A. Barton, his wife, Percy Walsh, .Mrs. Percy Walch, Thala Varness. Mrs. Allen T. Eskriclge, Mrs. Fred M. Hudson and the unknown owners of any of tilly K ' B the tracts in this suit described are Brock and hereby warned and notified that the hearing on the following application to condemn lands in Hempstead County will be held by the Hcmpstcad Circuit Court at Hope, Arkansas, on June 28, 3955, at 8:00 For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsoll, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. May 15-1 Mo. CROWN WESTERN SHARES •f Diversified Income Fur.d ProtpactuB available from M.S. BATES Xf^VAOKNf. •'Ark. Phone 74W4 TWO BEDROOM home 1% block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house with 2% baths. Ideal for rooming . house, 2 blocks from town. Priced right. 521 South Main. W. H. Fincher, Phone 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo. , _. SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hop« • m ELECTRIC WELDING -'anywhere. .Call •• ua. lia for your Car, Truck, .!» Tractor repairs, arc-as near as your phone" DIAL 7-2767 T*rmit« Control Service £ :' - ';Fr?e Inspection Owned & Operated by GRIGG W< policy •••• > 109 South Main St. Phonei 7-3445 or 7-2772 TWO FRAME homes, with acreage, close-in, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-370G. May 17-1 Mo. ONE International ,42" . Combine. Fair condition, may be seen at the Experiment Station. Bids will be accepted through June 15, 1955. 4-3t ONE Case Baler pulled-by a pickup. B. E. Green, Patmos. 4-3t VIove in by July 1st. in this attractive two bedroom home with extra large paneled den, bath, built-ins in kitchen. Nice landscaped lol— $200 cash down to veteran'who Will'qualify. $1,200 cash on F; H. A.—Balance like rent. Located The Snack Shop is the best business buy in Hope—seating capacity 54. Tarpleys Court next door. Low overhead. The price is right. A going business, going at a bargain. Two blocks from uptown on a shady 110x140 ft. lot, this nine room frame home with 2% baths, termite treated, completely furnished, big closets and extra storage, screened side and back porches, all in good condition. A real bargain—could be converted into three apartments at little cost. Terms available. Immediate possession. CALL FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St. Phone 7-4691. A. M. APPLICATION FOR CONDEMNATION OF LANDS COMES the plaintiffs under authority of Act 73 of 1955, Sections 35-903 through 907, inclusive, Arkansas Statutes (1947), and other applicable statutes and institute this eminent domain action to secure the necessary channel cutoffs, clearing, and snagging perpetual easements and access permits in connection with the channel improvement and flood control project on the Little Missouri River and Ozan Creek within Hempstead County; and that. all.of the lands, easements and rights hereinafter described are absolutely necessary and essential and must be vested in Hempstead County Arkansas, by June 30, 1955, in order'for Hempstead County. Arkansas, through the County Court to assign them to the United .States.of America in order that the Vicksbur£ : Office of the U. S. Engineers can proceed to carry out and complete said channel improvement flood control project. Therefore, plaintiffs ask that this Court promptly consider- this pe Rather and Effie Rather. 6. Fractional SW% NE'/< and part of the Fractional South part of the NWi/4. all in Sec. 23, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24tv., containing 39.4$ acres, rrtfore or less. — Owners Heirs t>f W. L. Davis, including-the wives of the male heirs arid including Mr. & Mrs. B. F. Anderson. 7. The EU of the Fractional SEVi (Right and South Bank of Hiver) bf Sec. 23, Twp. 9s.,-Rge. 24w.; to be divided by -a line running due North and South so as to equally divide said Fractional SEV4,.con- taining 39.28 acres, m'ore pi- less,. — Owners Homer Noleh and Mrs. Homer Nolan.- 8. All that part of the NEV 4 NE>/4 of Sec. 26, Twp. 9s., ' Rge. 24\v., ying South and East of Little Missouri River, containing 25.95 acres, more or less. — Owners Guy K. Brock and Mrs. Guy *C- Brock. 9. NW"/4 NW% Sec. 25, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w.,. lying South and East of Little Missouri River. — Owners •riiy K. Brock and Mrs. Guy K. M. E. Brock and Mrs. M. E. Brock. 10. That part of the SM> of SWV 4 south'of River of Sec. 24, Twp. Bs.. Rge. 24w. — Owners j. L. and Embley Lee. 11. Fractional SWV 4 SEVt and Fractional SEVi SWVi south and east of River in Section 19, Twp. 9s., Rge. 23w. — Owners W. E. Barton and A; A. Barton, his wife. 12. Fractional SE'/i Wanted RIDE to Los Angeles, California, round trip, will share expenses, drive or help with driving. References exchanged, James Yates, wife and one child. Phone 73761. 4-3t WORMS. Native wigglers and night crawlers. Phone 7-2520, 902 South Elm. 6-6t Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and inner- •pring work, Cobb Mattress Co. 910 South Washington. Phone 7-2823. Mar. 4-tf SCURRY'S ermite Control Co. •BONDED •INSURED • GUARANTEED For Free Inspection call A. D, Middlebrooki Jr. •Phones 7-2822 or 7-3791 •JW RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom llaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. Notice ANNOUNCING LARRO OPEN HOUSE. McWilliams Seed & Feed Store June 18th. Register now for prizes. We handle all 1 kinds of garden and fields seeds, fertilizer, complete line of insect- ides and that good Larro Feed, made by general mills the makers of Gold Metal Flour. All our Feed is unconditionally guaranteed. 3-3t MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo. Funeral Directors JESS Morris for custom slaughtering and processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 72244 or 7-3578. June 3-1 Mo. OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . , . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel . . . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. i 23-1 Mo. Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Fhone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home Keystone Lodge No. 42 F & AM will hold its annual election of officers Tuesday night, June 7. We are urging all members to meet. H. L. Washington, W. M. and T. A. Hamilton, Secretary. Time 8 o'clock. tition and vest in. Hempstead County the right to immediate possession of all the lands, rights, easements, and benefits requested hereinafter upon the posting of a bond to be set by the.-Court and that the Court thereafter hear and determine each individual case and finally vest the requested title or right in Hempstead County upon the payment qf the amount determined by the Court. Therefore, plaintiffs : ask that Hempstead County and its assigns forever be vested with 'a' perpetual easement for use in. connection wjth the channel improvement project on the Little Missouri River in, to, on, under, and across, the following lands in this county: A strip of land extending in width from the center of Little Missouri River to include the bottom and side slope of said river and a strip of land fifty feet in width at all points adjacent to and along and extending landward from the top of the Hempstecid County bank, following said river through and across the 'following described lands, to-wit: 1. A part of the fractional SW ! /4 NE% of Sec. 22, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w., described as follows: Beginning at the NW/corner of said SWVi NE'/4,' said corner being on the Little Missouri River, thence South to the SW/corner of said forty acres, thence East to the bank of the old Grass Lake; thence northeasterly down said bank of the old Grass Lake to a large Syca- 19, Twp. 9s., Rge. 23w., containing 20 adres, more or less.— Owners Percy Walsh' and . Mrs. Percy Walsh. "•:•'. .- That said perpetual easements shall also include the right-of ingress and egress over -other lands of the aforesaid owners not described-herein, for siifch men and machinery as may be required'in connection with prosecution of tbe said improvement work and its future maintenance, reserving t<o the owners, their heirs and assigns, all mineral, gas, and oil rights and all such rights and privileges in and to said lands as may be used and enjoyed without interfering with or abridging the rights, privileges, and easements herein granted. • ;• Plaintiffs ask further that Hempstead County, Arkansas, a body politic of the State of Arkansas, and its assigns for ever, be vested with a perpetual easement in, to, over and across the' following described lands situated in Hempsted County, Arkansas, tb-wit: a. A part of the W% of the SEV 4 of Sec. 19, Twp. 9s., Rge. 23w., more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Southeast corner of the NW ] /4 SEV* of said section 19, thence N. SS^OS' W>, 250 leet,. more or' less, to the point of beginning; thence S. 77°04' W., TOO feet; run thence with a 17°03' curve to the left a-distance of 201 feet; thence S. 42"44' W-, 499 feet; thence N. 47° 16' W., 245 feet to a point Mocated : in the center of the Little Missouri River, run thence with the center of said river in a northwesterly direction a distance of 415 feet, more or less; thence more less; to a point located on th south boundary of said Sec. 4; ru thence with the south boundary o said Sec. 4 a distance of 712 fee more or less, to the point of be ginning, containing 5.0 acres, mor or less, and as shown on map pre pared by the Vicksburg District CE, File No. OLM-15-9 R/W, Draw ing No. 6. — Owners Leo Nichol and £elda Nichols, his wife, Mrs Allen T. Eskridge, and/or Mrs Fred M. Hudson. for use in connection with the im provement bf Little Missouri Rivei and "Ozan Creek by cut-offs, re alignment, and straightening of the sa^d stream, with the Basemen herein obtained tp include the per potual right, powter, privilege, anc easement to the said Hempsteac Coiirity, Arkansas, and ats assignees, to enter upon, excavate, cut away; and remove, any and all of the above-described lands as maj be required at any lime for the construction and rnainteiiancje of the aforesaid work of- improvement pr any enlargement thereof, and to maintain the portion so excavated and cut away 'and the channel thereby created as a part of the waters of the said river and/or creek, and the further perpetual right and easement to enter upon the said lands to remove all buildings located on the same or any part thereof, and to trim, cut, fell, and remove all trees, underbrush, and other obstructions, together with the right, power, and ease ment to occupy and use any por tion of the said lands not so cut away for the purpose of spoiling excavated material and for such other purposes as may be needful in the preservation and maintenance of the said work of improvement; reserving, however, to the owners, their heirs and assigns, all such rights and privileges including mineral rights in and to said lands herein described as may be enjoyed without interfering with or abridging the rights, privileges, and easements herein granted. Plaintiffs pray an order of this Court condemning an access easement for a period of 30 months from this date granting full ingress and egress to Hempstead County, Arkansas, and i^s assigns, including the U. S. A. or any contractors awarded a contract to improve the channels of Little Missouri River or Ozan Creek, for such men, machinery and other equipment as may be required to perform this work upon, over and across the •following lands in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: (1) Fractional NE'/ 4 NE'/ 4 Sec. 20, Twp. 9s., Rge. 23w., containing 15 acres, more or less. — Owners J. L. Johnson and Mrs. J. L. Johnson. Minor League Play Starts on Tuesday The Minor League will begin play tomorrow morning at K Park at 9:15. The League will end play on July 26lh with each team playing 15 games. . "*"• All games will be played in the mornings with the first game starting at 9:15 and the second game starting at 10:30. This week's sche. dule: Tuesday June 7, Foster Really vs. Anderson-Douglas and Tol-E- T.ex vs. Anthony Lbr. Co., Friday June 10. Anthony vs. Foster Realy and Anderson Doliglas vs. Tol-E- Tex. COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. Gfe Little League standings as June 6th: of W L TJynaflows 2 0 Baptist Brot 1 1 CBC 1 1 Owens 1 1 Lions •••. 1 1 Hope Beverage 0 2 Hearn Almost in Shutout/ Loses Game El Dorado Monroe Greenville Hot Springs Pine Bluff Vicksburg 22 15 .595 21 16 .568 1 20 16 .556 I'/i 20 17 .541 18 10 19 28 2 .486 4 .263 12'/a Yesterday's Results El Dorado 9, Pino Bluff 4 Greenville 3, Hot Springs 2 Monroe 7, Vicksburg 5 Today's Games Greenville at Hot Springs Pine Bluff at El Dorado Monroe at Vicksburg By JACK HAND Of The Associated Press N. 42°44' E., 360'fee'ti run thence with a' 06° 06"' curve to the right a distance of-.345 feet, -to a point located in the center of 'the Little Missouri River; run thence with the center of said river in a southeasterly direction a distance of 430 feet, more or less; thence S. 12°56' E. 295 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning, containing 10.8 acres, more or less; and as shown on map prepared'by the Vicksburg District, CE,. File No. OLM- 15-7, Drawing No. 13. -^- Owners Percy Walsh and Mrs. Percy Walsh. b. A tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the SEVi SWVi of Sec. 35, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w., in Hempstea"d County, Arkansas, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at . the northeast (2) The SEV 4 SWVi of Sec. 4, Twp. 10s., Rge. 24w. — Owners Leo Nichols and Zelda Nichols, his wife, Mrs. Allen T. Eskridge and/or Mrs. Fred M. Hudson. (3) SEVi SEVi of Section 34, and the SE'/4 SWMt of Section 35, Twp. 8-tf Hope Star S j> Js f*WIW»d »v«rv wepkdqv ofternoon by KJJ 1?** HIBU$HIN6 CO. C- I, f-«lmtr, Prtildtnt / i H> Waihburn. Secv-Trw. •* Tit* Star BMlWIna J'::. . MM* South Wolnut Awnings Mw. H. f wl M. ff«l N. JPIIM, Manaqln* Editor M. Q*vl*, Advertising Mono, -- W. Hoim.r, Moch. Stipt. , s --V-. •» w«w«d daft matter «t •** Offlce .r Hop*, Arkaniof. - Hw Aft of March I. lifir. §f Hi* Audit l«ir«a w Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. , COOPER-BLANBENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. May 14-1 Mo. The Usher-Board of Lonoke Baptist Church will meet Tuesday night, June 7, at 7:30, asking all members to please be present and on time. Friends of Mrs. Van Smith of Fulton will be glad to know that she is doing fine after undergoing surgery at a local hospital. - __ HclpWqnted WOULD like to hear from man with car for Rawleigh Business in South Hempstead Co,, or Hope P O Box 2467. Desota Station, Memphis, Tenn. Dept. AKE-6-U- Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Harris and Mr. Geo. Smith Sr., were tne dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, Jr., on Sunday. 219 Dirt Track Racing Champion Killed DES MOINES. 0P) — Bob Slater, more near the bank of the River; corner of. said SEVi SWVi of See- thence West up and with ths bank *'"" "* K +•.«.««« c •JOO^K' 1Jr OAK of said river to the beginning point, containing 17 acres, more or less. Also a part of the W% of Sec. 22, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the South bank of the Little Missouri River where the North land line passes through the center of Section 22, crosses said river, thence South to the SE/cbr- ner of the NEV 4 SWVi of Sec. 22; thence West along the quarter .section line 600 feet; thence North to the South bank of Little Missouri River; thence easterly down and with said South bank to the point of beginning, and containing 42.52 acres, more or less, and all of the above being a part of Sec. 22, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24W. — Owners Luther Jeffers and Mrs. Luther Jeffers. 2. Commencing 1021 feet East of the SW/corner of NWVi SWVi 'of Sec. 22, thence North to Little Missouri River, approximately 3240 feet;; thence Westerly up i and with Little Missouri River to the West line of said Sec. 22, thence South to the SW/corner of the NWVi SW>/4 of said Sec. 22; thence East 1020 feet to the point of beginning, con- a luhscrlptlpn Rates (poyobla In od- ( v>' . vane*) 1 'ft farrier In Hope and neighboring „ - ' . ffff Mfk .... moll (n Hempstwd, Nwoda, -"- Howard ond Mlll.r foun- Wonted to Rent ,, :29.year-old national dirt track champion, was killed yesterday on the same track where he began SMALL furni-shed apartment. Call 7-9927 between 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. 3-3t Legal Notice No. 7740 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Mae Dell Taylor Plaintiff vs. E»rl Tayjpr Defendant The defendant, Earl Taylor, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mae Dell Taylor. big ear racing four years ago. Slater, of Kansas City, was the fourth driver killed on the Iowa Fairgrounds dirt track since Sep- jtomber 1951. The 50-mile feature race was 2 minutes 54 seconds old when Sailer's blue Offenhauser roared into the fatal curve and slammed I into a retaining wall. He died of ' multiple fractures Slaters wife Mary Lou was among the 12,000 persons who witnessed the accident. The popular Missourian had come from seventh position to take the lead from Bud Randall, Cin- Witness my h,and and the seal of ! cinnati, two laps before. Slater, court this' 14 day of May !955 hittin £ an estimated 90 miles an Wjllis, Clerk. ' hour, was 10 lengths in front when the crackup pccuvred, Larson, 33, 'Austin, transpoit tmck driver, went <?j\ to taining 74.50 acres, all in Sec. 22, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w. — Owner Azora French Laney. 3. That part of the WVi NWVi Sec. 22, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w., except that part sold and conveyed to Azora French Laney by warranty deed dated January 15, 1954, and recorded in Book 226, page 560, to which reference is hereto made for particular description, and a part of the EVfc WM; of Sec. 22, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w., described us follows: Beginning 600 feet West of the SE/corner of NEV^i SWVi of said Sec. 22, thence West to SW/corner of said-40 acres; thence North to the South bank of the Little Missouri River; thence in an Easterly direction down and with the South bank of said river to a point on said bank that is directly North of the point of beginning; thence South to the point of beginning, all in Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w. — Owners Nixon French and Mrs. Nixon French and Azora French Hicks Laney. 4. Part Fractional South - Northwest Quarter Sec. '23, Twp. 85.. 24W-. 4.6J acres, more or ?rench 'and Mrs- thence S. 32°45' .W., 845 feet, more or less, to. the. point of beginning; thence N. 86°00' W., 450 feef; thence N. • 04°00' E., 225 feet, more or less, to a point located in the center of Qzan Creek; thence following the meanders of the center of said creek in a general easterly direction a distance of 925 feet, more or less; thence S. 04°00' W., 245 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning, containing 4.0 acres, more or less; and as shown on rnap prepared by the Vicksburg District, CE, File No. OLM-15-9 R/W, Drawing No. 5. — Owner Thala Varnell, c. A tract or parcel.of land lying and being situated in the SEV4 SEVi of Sec. 34, Twp. 9s., Rge. 24w., in Hempstead County, Arkansas, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the west boundary of said SEVi BEVi of Sec. 34, from which point the northwest corner of said SEVi SEVi bears North, 245 feet- distant, more or less, thence N. 86°15' E., 345 feet, more or less, to a point located in the center of Ozan Creek; run thence with the center of said creek in a southeasterly direction a distance of 355 feet, more or less; thence S. 03°45' E., 242 feet, more or less; thence S, 86°15' W., 620 feet," to a point located on said West boundary of the SEV 4 SEVi; run thence with said west \boundary, North, 503 feet, rnore or less, to the point of beginning, contain 9s., Rge. 24w. — Owner Thala Varnell. - (4) Fractional NWVi ..SEVi Sec. 19, Twp. 9s. Rge. 23w., containing 20 acres, more or -less. — Owners Percy Walsh and Mrs. Percy Walsh. Plaintiffs further allege that each tract of land herein described is necessary for either the construction of such improvement or for the moving of machinery and equipment over it from one improvement to another in said project; that Plaintiffs, -and defendants have not been able to agree upon the value of said tracts of lands, and it is necessary that said lands be condemned for said purposes. That all of the maps, drawings and orders mentioned herein are on file' in the Hempstead County Clerk's Office. That the .proper improvement of said river, for' flood control and soil preservation, is necessary and These are hard days for the r ew York Giants. Leo Durocher, in master strategist, has lost the olden touch. The daring leader •ho. always called for the right itcher and the pinch home run n 1954 has misplaced the combi- ation. Take yesterday, for instance. It eemed like old times when Dusty .hodes hit a pinch single to win 2 opener from Chicago 3-2. Even it wasn't a homer, like Dusty Iways produced last year, it was nough to please the 18,431 customers. . But the things that happened in the second game seldom happened in 1954. Jim Hearn was rolling along with a 1-0 lead. thanks to Bobby Hofman's homer, and seemed on the way to becoming the first Giant to pitch a shutout this season. With two out in the ninth, Hearn slipped. A single by Ernie Banks and a walk to Dee Fondy .meant trouble. When Manager Stan Hack sent up Frankie Baumholtz to bat for his catcher Clyde McCullough, Durocher's bullpen men were warming up. Leo let Hearn throw two balls to Baumholtz and then decided to take him out, shutout or no. Marv Grissom, who always got him out of jams last year, came to the rescue. New York Cleveland Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Kansas City Baltimore AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 35 15 .700 30 18 .625 29 18 27 21 20 27 21 18 15 .617 4, .563 7 .426 13 1 ', .412 14!!j .375 16 .294 20 V a Yestehday's Results Chicago, 5-2, New York 3-3 Detroit 10-5. Baltimore 0-5 Washington 6-3, Cleveland 4-5 Boston 4-4, Kansas City 5-3 Today's Games New York at Detroit Washington at Kansas City (Only games scheduled) t: 1 ! NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB fi Brooklyn 37 12 .755 Chicago 30 20 .600 7'/ 2 s: New York 2G 25 J510 12 X-Milwaukee 24 24 .500 12'/2.' Cincinnati 21 26 .447 15. St. -Louis 20 26 .435 IJi^'* x-Philadelphia 16 33 .327 2r '.-'" (S—Does not include June 5 sus-;---' pended K June G). to be completed ; . Yesterday's, Results St. Louis 9-G, Brooklyn 4-10 Milwaukee 5-0, Philadelphia 4-4 New York 3-1, Chicago 2-3 Pittsburgh 7-1, Cincinnati C-5 Baumholtz hit Grissom's first pitch into the right field seats and that was the bdll game 3-1. 'I booted" said Durocher. "It was all my fault. Hern was strong and probably would have won the game but I just felt like he should come out. I take all the blame." Because Brooklyn also split two with St. Louis, dropping the first in 10 innings 9-4 nd bouncing back to win the second 10-6, the Giants stayed 12 games back. It was a day of splits in both leagues. Everybody played two and everybody split, except Milwaukee and the Phillies. They /Today's Games St. Louis at Brooklyn Milwaukee at Philadelphia SOUTHERN Chattanooga Atlanta New Orleans Memphis Birmingham Nashville Mobile Little Rock ASSOCIATION , W L Pet. GBi-' 35 24 .593 33 24 .579 1 .558 2\' 2 .. .556 2& .550 2M> .473 7 29 30 30 26 20 23 24 24 29 31 16 40 .392 11 • 28G 1 proper and the taking of said lands for such purpose is for the public good and benefit. the determination of the questions in controversy, to-wit, the value and price for said lands, is likely to retard progress of work on said project, and that plaintiffs are entitled to an order condemning such lands as aforesaid. That the Congress of the United States of America has appropriated' approximately %ths million dollars to be expended in the improvement of said river channel and Ozan Creok and it is obligatory upon U. G. Garrett, as County Judge, and Hempstead County, Arkansas, to acquire the necessary rights-of-way •for such improvements, and also acquire access easements across lands, other than those to be acquired, for the purpose of moving machinery from one cut-off to another. That said improvements are proper, necessary and essential for the health and prosperity of the •citizens of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and the plaintiffs herein have used every effort to secure easements and leases from the defendants herein named upon and across their lands for that purpose, without success. That plaintiff U. G. Garrett is I probably would have finished all even too, except for the Pennsylvania curfew. Milwaukee won the first game 5-4 but the Phillies were on top 4-0 in the seventh inning of the "suspended" second game. They'll finish that Yesterday's Results Atlanta 8, Chattanooga 6 ; Birmingham 11, Nashville 8 (2nd postponed, wet grounds) i Memphis u, Mobile ,7 (Called! end 10th, darkness). i Little Rock 3-5. New Orleans 4-^ Today's Games Atlanta at Chattanooga Birmingham at Nashville Mobile at New Orleans (Only games scheduled) game regu less. Fv?»ch. ing 6.0 acres, more or less; and as shown on 'map prepared by the Vicksburg v District, CE, File No. OLM-15-9 R/W,. Drawing No. 5. — Owner Thala yarnell. d. A tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the SEV-i SW/4 of Sep. 4, Twp. 10s., Rge. 24w., in Hempstead County, Arkansas, more-' particularly described as followst Beginning at the southwest corner of the SPtt SWV 4 of said Sec. 4, run thence with the west the duly elected, qualified .and acting County Judge of Hempstead boundary of said SWV4. North, 78 feet; thence N. 16°58' E., 175 feet, more or less, to the center of Ozan Greek; run thenve with the center of said Ozan Creek in a northeasterly direction, a distance pi 345 feet, more or less; thence S. 73'?2' E., 390 feet, more or less, to the center of said Ojan Creek; run thence with the center of said Cr«s>fc in, § go^hessteriy direction u&.'J .County, Arkansas, who by County Court Order is authorized,'directed and empowered to do and perform all things necessary to" carry out the plain of the channel improvement: project of the U. S. Engineers Oii Ljttle IVTissQUri River'as indicates on Map File ^Tq. QLM-15-8, Drawings 1-6, inclusive, and map File No, OLM-15-7, Drawings 1-13, inclusive, and on Ozan Creek -as ftidicMed on map File No. OLM- 15-9, Drawings 1-8, inclusive, all qf which have been filed with the County Court of this county. WHEREFORE, plaintiffs pray judgment 'against all of said named defendants as the owners of the Respective lands set out above, for Judgment against all the heirs of W. L- Davis, deceased, who at this time are unknown, and for judgment against any other persons who might have any interest in any of the Jands herein described, particularly, by reference pr otherwise, for the condemnation Q f sa id fpr the uses and purposes f*i p.ut; tb»t a 4»te be set aring this P*UUw, that m Monday night before their larly scheduled contest. Pittsburgh shaded Cincinnati 7-6 on Ramon Kejias' ninth-inning single but the Redlegs bragged the second game 5-1 with little Jackie Cvollum going all the way. After the heavy firing was over in the American League, Casey Stengel's New York Yankees still were four games in front of Cleveland. Bill Hunter's inside- the- park homer in the 10th enabled the Yanks t osquaret matters with Chicago in the second game 3-2 after Jim Rivera's grand- slam home run and Dick Donovan's five-hit pitching won the first for the White Sox 5-3. Washington used Cleveland errors to thump Bobby Feller 6--! but the Indians finally caught up with the Senators in the second game 6.3. Rookie Duke Ma as of Detroit shut out Baltimore with three singles 10-0 in the first game. The Orioles snapped a seven-game losing streak in the finale 6-5 as Cal Abrams rapped a two-run homer and a triple. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION | Louisville 6-1, St. Paul 4-0 i Omaha 9-G, Charleston 1-5 ; Toledo 5-6, Denver 3-4 ; Mineapolis 10-7, Indianapolis 8-9J • TEXAS LEAGUE Fort Worth 6, San Antonio 5 ' Beaumont 4-1, Oklahoma City 2-4>Houston 5, Dallas 2 ; Tulsa 2, Shrevcport 1 ; (10 innings) (§• ; WESTERN LEAGUE • : Colorado Springs 6-3. Sioux City!. 1-5 .'. • • Lincoln 6-1, Pueblo 5-4 [ Wichita 2-1, Des Moines 1-5 DeMarco to Defend Welterweight Title By The .Associated Press Tony DeMarco makes the first defense of his welterweight tile*' Friday night as a 17-10 underdog!' against rugged Carmen Basilio at Syracuse, N. Y. :: The swarthy, 23-year-old chal-i lenger from Canastota, N.Y. NBC"' will telecast and broadcast the 15-" rounder. Syracuse. Rochester, Bingham-i' ton and Utica will be blacked out*of the telecast. DeMarco, who received practl- v' cally nothing when he won fteji title from Johnny Saxton in Bos-'' ton April 1, will collect 40 per cent ^ of the net gate and air receipts. .- Bvsilio will receive 20 per cent. > Kansas City won 5-4 and then lost to Boston 4-3 in a doubleheader. Hector 'Lopez's single In the 10th gave the A's the first game. Jockie Jensen threw oul the tying run at the plate to save the decisino for the Red sox in the ninth inning of the second game. In that double-header at the f PoloGrounds, Sal mangle won his P. seventh straight by scattering sev- " en hits in the opener. Rookie Ken Boyer tied the first I be granted immediate right of possession, that the Court set the amount of a bond to be posted by Hempstead County now to entitle it and its assigns to immediate possession, that the amount to be paid each defendant be determined as the law provides, and for all other legal and proner relief. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS. BY /s/ U. G. Garrett County Judge /s/ U. G. Garrett County Judge Witness my hand and seal as Clerk bf the Ciro.uit C.ourt of Hempstead County, Arkansas, this 4th of Junt, WiWif game at Brooklyn with a homer in the ninth and hit another horrtSr *fa with two on in the ith when We > " Cardinals sewed it up with five i' runs off j-m Hughes. Eleven i * Dodgers went to bat in the fourth i" • inning of the second game to scora t six runs. ' Eddie Mathews hit a pair of t< homers off Robin Roberts for Mil- •' waukee in the opener at Phila- » delphia and Ernie Johnson pitched * fine relief ball. Home runs accounted for all - /• but one of the day's runs in OR- $»' oago. Andy Carey, Mickey Mantle > and Hunter homered for the Yaoks f~ m the second game and Chico ?l Carrasquel for the Sox. In tho »$ first game Rivera and Lollar of & Chicago and Carey and Gil Me- ** Dougald of the Yanks connected for homers. • Vic Wertz hit two and Bobby i Avila one for Cleveland in their] losing fu-st game when a leaky de- ' ft'SJRF* WBtly.to the ' " jMortJoy, June 6, 195S BLONOII IM HUNGRY LET'S SEE,\WHAT HAVE WE GOT TO EAT AROUND HERE? •t Ctikfc 02ARR IKI OUT 0(jR WAY By J. It. wmi*n» MKVBE IT MIGHT INTUHREStlNi 1 WHAT YOU'D J AGAINST ABA THtRE-.THAt'S BEST CURVE ^ BALL . YOU'U. 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