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Two H O P K I A K , H O P I. , A-KKANhAb Wednesday, June 2 SUSPENSES Continued ffdfh Page Oft* to mid fiOs southwest. A Short Short Storv . BEAUTY AND THE MOB By ROWENA SHERMAN Machinegun Murgartoid, a fabulous gangster of the Roaring 1961 by NtA, hH. We Ico me (o KODAK Cameraland % cdtkrotmi ofvalutt HCRf most unobservant of the mob, thai One Way gave Belinda the eye. and far from being insulted or even cool about it, Belinda seemed (o be handing it back to One Way. Murgoti'oid noticed it, but he didn't seem to worry. OUTFIT Newest in flash . , . :; in a complete gift outfit! ' jt<r«rylhjng for indoor-outdoor • ;i«lp*hooting! Brownie Starmile Cfcmera it small in size, easy to '-.>•*! A tiny but efficient built-in .,i: §O«h reflector that uses low-cost '•: AC)!' flashbulbs keeps you al' Wyi «*t fo shoot! Camera takes Wo<k-and-white or color snap. that* and' coter super-slides. All for $12.95 Ward & Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Quality 124 E. Second St. wentics, counted among his possessions the gorgeous moll called Belinda the Beaut. Upon her he showered diamonds, fui' coals, and uncounted wealth Weather THE WEATHE* ELSEWHtftE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr 70 53 Ring (s Uncovered Albany, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, rain Boston, cloudy obt I II ML ULIIllUU WVJUIl.il ' •> ainctl Ihrough his [Buffalo, clear unaccountal)lc operations. Belinda accepted them, as was Chicago, clear Cleveland, clear Denver, clear Moinos, rain her due. She lived contentedly in luxury j until one fateful day. when Mur- l.Dclroil. clear "atroid introduced her to a trig-1 1 '' 01 ' 1 Worth, cloudy erman named Onr Way Ryder. .Helena, clear f( was noticeable, even to the ljuneall > cloudy When one of the do - gooders in his organization mentioned to Murgatroid that One Way was not the type to admire from o distance, the Big Shot laughed with derision. "The idea that Belinda would go for this mug is too way out for words," said Murgatroid. "But you oughta watch this kinda thing." said the informer. "1 don't blame One Way ' for loking' twice at Belinda," said Murgatroid. "Not even for trying' to move in. She's the smoothest looking moll in the world. Belinda has got too many brains. She's got good taste." "I'll admit you're a pretty good catch," said the Do-Gooder, "and Belinda oughta know when she's well off. But One Way's sort of handsome. Anyways he ain't got a scar on his face or a crooked jnose." Murgatroid had an urge to rub out this stool pigeon, but he didn't want to bother to clean his gun afterwards and anyhow he was in good humor today. 92 64 70 64 .23 77 04 09 49 83 03 74 48 93 57 B7 03 . 77 GO 83 09 95 57 59 45 89 70 81 GO 84 02 87 70 New Orleans, clear 82 G6 .60 New York, rain 80 62 .14 Oklahoma City, cloudy 85 CO 87 63 79 57 .27 112 77 70 47 Kansas City, cloudy Los Angeles, cloudy Memphis, clear Miami, cloudy Fact-finders ' Continued ttafa Plge Oft* to Hawaii had been cut by the strike and that shipments of mili- \, tary cargoes had been delayed. | WASHINGTON (AP)-The Jus- the President, invoking the lawltice Department today announced with reluctance, said the rtiari- indictments against 13 men .for time strike had proved again the j™ 111 * " le »» long-distance tele- . „ ... . . phone hookups to coneea a na- nee for more flexible procedures ,< ionwi{lc ^ ,, acc ))elling sys . to handle a national .strike.. item. Lazor Secretary Arlhu J. Gold-j Ally. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy berg, whose report on the strike j said a 203 count • indictment, re- qpreceded the resident's oder, I turned by a federal grand .jury felt a clear distaste for the uee M" New Orleans, grew out of ille- President Eisenhowes use of tie (Angeles, Las Vegas, Atlantic City aw in trying end a steel strike. Miami, Biloxi Miss, and New- In appointing the fact-finding ward, Kennedy relied heavily on Goldberg's counsel and named Omaha, cloudy Philadelphia, cloudy Phoenix, cloudy Pittsburgh, cloudy Portland, Me., cloudy 75 GO Portland, Ore., cloudy 69 53 Rapid'City,'rain 100 72 T Richmond, rain 74 G2 .91 St. Louis, clear 83 Gl .. San Diego,- cloudy 70 02 .. San Trancisco, clear 64 54 . ; , Seattle, Clear ' CO 50 .. Washington,.rain 73 62 .04 <lVI-Missing; 'T-Trace) "Like I said," he explained, "Belinda's brainy. She wouldn't get nuttin' by crossin' me for a two - bit punk, or even a dollar SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY SUMMER SALE Sf ARTS TODAY - This Week Only DISCOUNTS up to $50 ON SLANT-0-MATIC MACHINES VACUUM CLEANERS A A^ 39.50 In Addition To This, We Hove The All New Style-O-Motic Sewing Machine at the Unheard Price of $149.50 Call LM.RITTER SINGER REPRESENTATIVE PHONE 7-6713 punk. Instead 'of diamonds and furs, she'd get lead slugs and a cement-overcfoat. And One Way wouldn't cross.me. He never had it so good'as he's gettin' it now." The inftfrfher shrugged his shoulders and decided hot to press his luck, He had done his duty and all that remained was to watch from the sidelines. Maybe Murgatroid was right. Belinda would be nuts to give up everything even for a kingsized punk. The informer conceded that Murgatroid was powerful enough to protect what one 'might consider to be his property, even if he wasn't smart enough to realize at the moment that he was in danger of losing it. Being an informer is a thankless job, therefore why should anyone stick his neck out? Nevertheless, the inevitable happened and,Belinda and One Way eloped. They even used Murga- troid's bullet-prof limousine to carry, out their plan. They fled to a plantation in the South Seas and lived happily by raising jucy pineapples instead of the explosive kind. "They were nuts," said Mur- gatroid. "No," said the informer, "What were they?" The informer quoted his psychiatrist: "Belinda's defection was a mixture of ideals and body chemistry," he -said.- ,"A person may 'a&afa "a temporary mercenary viewpoint to gain wealth and security, but eventually he'll surrender to his longings. Barbarian mercenaries in the Roman Army often forsook plunder to desert ,and rejoin.their tribes in order to fight Rome." "My -longings are to commit homicide," said Murgatroid. And he did, . . THE END of the Tafl-Hartley law. As general counsel to the Unild Steelworkers Union in 1959, Goldberg lad waged a long fight against gal calls to or From these JO cities: New Orleans and Baton Rouge, La., New York, City, Chicago, Los company fcrrtploVes to fix "switch-; innrds so 'that wagering calts wmil 'through.' ffte' and im.-uithor- izcd. , • The indictment charges them Ifcrt-.W. Christ enbevry for the af« rest of (he 13. Rnnd was fixed at $2!>',000 earn. The defendants are: . Benjamin Lassoff. 53, and his Miami fteach. (Jt SatrT foi Piazza, 35, and Louis E. ftngneris, 60, Arab). La.; Eugene j A. Nolan, 31, Baton Rouge: Charles A. Perez 44, Harold) ,vith conspiring to defraud the ibrother""Hobert'"Lassoff. 41, and (Brouphy, 52. and Anthony Glori-j government of taxes and to cheat Myron ' Dcc kelbaurn, 37, all of oso, 46. all of New^Orloans. the American Telephone & Telegraph Co. of toll charges. The Internal Revenue Service investigated the case. :Bench warrants have been issued by U.S. District Judge Her- Lego I Notice Cincinnati Ohio. Gilbert Lee Beckley, 49. Surfside, Fla., and Alfred Mone's, 57, Alfred Reyn, 52, New York City and Peter Joseph Martino, 37, j Miss. port, Ky. The indictment charged that the defendants, described unofficially the same'three men the labor sec- as incluidlng some of the biggest r P fnr« tina nnnnintori inc« «,»»!, I names in horse-race lay-off gam- retary had appointed last week as a citizens panel to seek a solution. They are David L. Cole of Paterson, N.J., a leading labor- arbitrator and former directo of the Fedeal Mediation and Con- bling operations, paid telephone ciliation Service; Rosenman, former Samuel I. New York State Supreme Court justice, and James J. Healy, professor of industrial relations at Harvard University's Graduate School of Business Administration. In another development, the ship owners filed unfair labor practice charges against most of the unions with the National Labor Relations Board. They charged "bad faith" in the unions' demand they be permitted o bargain for crrws of American- wned foreign flag vessels. JUNEiislDAlRYiMQNTH \^F"^^ i f —^ « ~"* — • — • *r'.**Sw HyTIx Prottin lift! Enjoy the besbnesj of ArVMMt baM|Htaal Save your famir four giowiog diildien, iat tbc piotcioftdui \ your famay. Ask for AtlaoM ^ build yilUHOICEUMUUTIII Legal Notice No. 8417 In the Chancery Court of Hempstcad County, Ark. GARRETT WILLIS .... Plaintiff vs. ALBERTA JETER ... Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, ALBERTA JETER, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, 'Garrett Willis. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 24th day of May 1961. Jamie Russell, Clerk ' By Kathcrine B. Lautherbach, D. C. (SEAL) May 25, June 1, 8,15,1961 NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF CHARLES 0. THOMAS, deceased No. 1472 Last known address of decedent: 1210 South Main Street, Hope, Arkansas Date of death: May 29, 1961. An instrument dated May 30, 194G was on the 13lh day of June, 1961, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix there- under. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any 'benefit in the estate. This notice first published 20th day of June, 1961. EMMA GREEN THOMAS Executrix 1210 South Main Street, Hope, Arkansas June 20 27, 1961 Moore Bros. 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