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#-; •->!''• !iW* < StA*, HOPI, AUKANSAI FIED AflS Must Be 1ft Office bay Before Publication 8'B««6fed;uhtH'5 m flft '!°i t ..w? fo , l !*r! 1 ?? t &*. 'Jt Ntt* jSiblicelrtwi bfid to~it«|*tt-» ';6>)ectl6noblf odvtrlltlng tub- . ... of 6ne «• ifoort"! .W figures weh di hou««_or for errors In Want Adi unlMl t; are called to our oHention ./{FIRSf thiertlon 'of od ond «h«rt "iONILY »h« ONE Incorrect Insertion. •-PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Pr»i. 1*17 Jomi.ry II, 1»2t BROWN'S downtown "Brown' Derby" Cafe, newly rrcde'corated, ample seating .capacity, fully stocked, good living ^for,man'and wife team. See^pjr.dwji at Brown's" 82 Truck Stop. Stamps, Ark. 6-Ot llihe'd every weekday afternoon by AUvfUBUSHlHe CO. t/talmer, Preildenf , H. Wo«hbum, $«cy-Tree. ,.,, «> The Ster Bulldlni |l11-14 South Walnut Slrael , Hope, Arkontoi K H. Woihbufn, Editor & PublliM" j|i.M. Jonti,' Monoglng CdlMr %.' f: M.' DflVl),^ Advertldng ' 'V. - Hoimcr, Meeh. 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Milam, Ab' *,bott,'Tex. 0-3t Texarkqnaand NLRRoftipto Big Victories ^By The AASSOClATE Press The !brder for opening night was lopsidedr/scores, and the Big Seven teams 'came through with flying colors Texarkana bowled over Hot Springs, 38-0, in the only Big Seven conference game scheduled for the opening week ond North Little Rock's Wildcats passed up scoring chances and still whipped Subiaco, 27-0. Most of the teams make their openings tonight. In the Big Seven Little Rock plays host to Treadway High of Memphis, El Dorado goes to Magnolia and Fort Smith entertains Van Burcn. Pine Bluff's Zebras, the other Big Seven team wait a week opening the season at home against • Jonesboro. At TeXarkana the "Ra-zorbacks pu/nmeled the shapless Hot Springs Indians Win Again, Extend League Lead By BEN PHILEGAR Associated Press Sports Writer The time has come to start measuring the flag pole in the Cleveland Municipal Stadium for the 10£4 'American League pennant. It may be a few days too son to enlarge the press box for the World Series, or begin printing program. But with a 5'/2 game lead and only M games left the Indians certainly arc justified in showing some-sighs of optimism. The Indians saw the folding green stuff come closer yesterday with a 5-4 "gift" victory over Phil- qdelphfa with the second-place Ncjvi .York .Yankees bowing 1-0 to Baltimore r.n Joe .-Coleman's brilliant one-hitter. . • .. The magic number-for the Indians now is 10. Any combination of . 10 Cleveland victories and Yankee defeats will clinch the pennant.. The earliest possible date is Tuesday.. ,. While the Indians wero tidying I'P their affairs in the American League the New .York Giants wasted a chance to gain a more comfortable lead in the National. The Giants broke even in a doub'lcheacler with (he scventh- placc Chicago Cubs and were lucky to get the split. It took two late rallies climazed by a squeeze bunt with two out nnd the bases loaded in the ninth by Hank Thompson 'to pull out the first game 7-3. They never had a chance in the second game, getting only five hits while losing 3-0. Clyde McCullough drove in two of the runs, one with a homer. The runner-up Milwaukee Braves weren't scheduled. They trail Now York by four games and have 18 left. The Giants have 18 to play and Brooklyn 5% behind his 15 It will lake a combination of 14 New York victories and Milwaukee defeates for the Giants to clinch the flag. Brooklyn came out of a prolonged slump with a 10-1 victory over St. Louis yesterday in the only other National League action. Washington beat Chicago 2-0 anl Boston defeated Detroit 8-0 in the American. The winning Cleveland run scored in the llth inning against the • Athletics when Ed Burtsch'y walked 'Hal Naragon with the bases loaded. Cleveland had come from behind with two runs in the eighth and cne in the ninth to send the game into extra nnings. The victoi'y was No. 100 for die- Help Wanted '^^v.^< ^y* '" ^ BOY to car hop. White's Drive-In. Trojans with the consistent punch- v ; e jf nt ?' lheT "™ st ing power of two sustained drives' * and explosive long-range striking ; Phone. 8-tf Wonted 10 BOYS to deliver heralds on SuK" •starting Sunday at the Saenger. Contact Saen- TERN SHARES Income Fund vallablo from BATES ENT Phone 7-4464 -7-3785. U-3t SMALL inexpensive business/ v * Hffffi -CSold 1 fcpurt). Wtfte' C. Boley. Hope, -Ark., TWute 4. -'-Half- of "the 21,000 - Americans, killed by, accidental fallsjaach year more than 75 years'old. ' - by a American League team since the ability Phileo Air-Conditionen TV epair opi ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phpne*7-5!62&" 11^ Qr Elfri the Razorbackrt marched clown the field to score. In the first quarter they covered 05 yards in eight plays. HalfbacK Philip Du Van plunged overborn the four for the touchdq\MB7 P 'Hie Razorbacks moved',64 -yurds 1 in-^10 plays in the_ secondr'qilarlef w.}t.h Bobby Sludcbakor sewing rfrorti the four. * Twice Toxafkwno^'txploded for quick '' touchdoWn-SiT'fr'om midfield. Just before the half Kenneth Van- cfB.rslicie intercepted a Jimmy Mcs^ 'sei't.pass-, and raced 47 yards to thc^.erid zone. In the fourth quar ; ter7 Jeriy Dyer barreled through the mddie of the line broke free- in the secondary, and raced 53 yards to the goal. LJJjte 'tofok's Wildcats ? on tfie,H-<passmg • arm of Quarterback Graftafn ^Thompson Byers Watermelon Stand B««f cut and wrapped for deep freeze, . Beef for Deep Freeze 26 to 96. cents, Ralph Montgomery MM, 1946 Red Sox. .'.•01 .y.Colpman's 'bid tor a. np-hitjtpi over the, Yankees was ruined by. a bad ounce single by Enos Slaughter -n the eighth inning. The ball was hit to second baseman Bobby SPORTS ROUNDUP ,•» «AVLt TALtOT. NEW YORK (A — All week people have been asking "how about our Davis Cup chances now?" And all week we've been trying to think up a god, resolute answer based oil what Happened In the National Terrlis Champion* ships at Forest Hills. It isn't to easy, because nothing •las changed, really, since our side took it on the chin again in Melbourne las* winter. The only difference we can foresc for sure is that the bloodletting will be crack- at Sydney this December. There is little question that our lads will aail through Sweden in the inter-zone final at Brisbane. There is equally little doubt that the lineups in the challenge lound singles will be precisely the same as they were eight months ago. Vic Seixas ant Tony Trabert for ;he United States. Lewis Hoad and Ken Hosewall for the Australians. We lost the last one, 3 matches to 2, because Vic Seixas, our new national champion, could not defeat either of the Aussie kids in he showdown. Trabert gave us our lone singles victory at the expense of Roscwall. He and Seixas Irounced a pick-up Aussie doubles combination.of Hoad and Hex Hartwig, a near-fatal brainstorm that the hvlders of the big mug will not repeat. Should not our prospects be much brighter nov; that - Seixas has proved himself capable pf winning the national title while neither Hoad nor Rosewall could .even reach the finals last Monday? Not necessarily. Last year -we dispatched both the American champion, Trabert, and the Wimbledon king, Seixas, and they dkln't bring back anything but a rouch at the Australian fans. It is strange, but true, that neither of the Aussie wonder boys yet has a major grasp court title to his name, not even that of his own country. The present Australian champ is a lefthander named Mervyn Rose, who will not even be considered for Davis Cup play, You see why it is necessary to grope about when doing a • job of tennis expecting these days. The truth is that there isn't an outstanding amateur player in the world today, not one jtt ready to step into the shoes of Frank Sedgman,, who turned pro nearly two years ago. If there is a future Jack Kramer around, he's still with the juniors somewhere. The fact tha.t Seixas, playing in his 14th national, was able finally to win at Forest Hills gives a true picture of the situation. Neither Trabert, the No. ; 1 ranking •American, tibr Head, hi?; Aussie " counterpart- 1 ' even : ''. reached the semifinals: Hani,'-"'Richardson, after raising extravagant hopes by his triumph over Hoad, tuckered out,;in his semifinal against .Seixasl AMERICAN-LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Boston Detroit Washington Philadelphia Baltimore L • 'Pet. GB l60 40 .714 04 45 08 " 53 63 -?5 Olsufl CO 70 :46 04 46 04 .676 5 .624 12V4 .475 36 .430 38'/a .432 30"/ z .329 54 .329 54 Yesterday's Results Baltimore 1, New York 0 •Boston 8, Detroit 0 .Cleveland. 5, Philadelphia 4 (11 inings) : • ' • Washington 2, Chicago 0 Today's Oam#s New York at Chicago (night) Philadelphia at Detroit Boston nt Cleveland (night) Washington at Baltimore (night; NATIONAL LEAGUE . W L Pel. GB New York 1 Milwaukee Brooklyn , Cinncinati Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh . 07 51 . 82 54 02. 57 66 72 (55 72 G3 75 59 81 48 90 .630 .603 4 .. r >90 5'A .47F, 21 .474 21'/ 2 .457 24 .421 29 .348 39 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 10, St. Louis 1 New York 7-0, Chicago 6-3 (Only games scheduled) Young but.it bounced high over his'Hartwig, the Australian outsider liead just when he went to field, : it. Nobody else came close to getting a hit off the 32-year-old right- hander. ,. who did reach the finals and blew up before the sustained brilliance of Seixas, is a temperamental cuss who has no chance of playing at Sydney. also scored one touchdown himself on a quai;t.crback sneak. ^^* T( 'Don iBreWep.,. scored f-hej, pther North Little ! Ro'cic touchdown when TexosAggies to Play on Spirit .Mostly COLLEGE STATION. Tex. i/T) Texas A&M's chances of beating anybody this year will be on physical condition and fiehtin 1 ? spirit, Coach Paul Bryant said .this Week A""tps for the leasop The Agsios open with Texas TPch at Colleen Station in a nieht IIP school's sixieth jvfb ( he grabbed a Mike Convey pass 'game Sept. 18 with the thinnest Tap Rodio Programs NEW YORK -W),' Selected radip programs toight: ; NBC .6:30 Hear America Swing, l'/a hr. CBS' 8 Mr. Keen; 6:30 Godfrey Digest. ABC 7 Sammy Kaye Serenade; 8 Fotball Forecasts,MB S -6:30 Take A Number; 7:30 Have A Tpday's Games . Milwaukee at Brooklyn • (night) Cincinnati at Ne\V. York Chicago', at Philadelphia (night) St. Louis at Pittsburgh Court Order Closes Jail in Tennessee NASHVILLE Tenn. W) Mayor Ben West emptied the city workhouse late yesterday by turning. 9 prisoners lose and transferring six others to the county work house, on the hels of a court order to close the jail and workhouse. City Workhouse Supt. E. P. Ben- dcrman quoted West as saying , he took the unprecedented action . in an effort to comply with a Chancery Court ruling yesterday which enjoined the city from operating the jail and workhouse until the building l.-j made habitable. . . Among the 30 prisoners released was Andrew T. Stone. 21-year-old Negro, convicted recently on 32 counts of threatening to kidnap, rape and murder a young Nashville white woman. City Judge Andrew J. Dcy.'c immediately questioned the mayor's authority to free the prisoners. "Unless the mayor oiders the police chief to roaivest these .prisoners immediately," Doyle said, "he will be responsiole for any tragedy that can and might result from his precipitate action." Doyle, who had sentenced the prisoners; added that "I was never consulted.. .11 is the cily administration's duty to house the prisoners; it is. not within the rna,- yor's power to turn them into tl'ie streets" . • •••>', Special Chancellor E. J. Walsh, acting at the request of the Davidson County Board of Health, had granted a temporary injunction forbidding the city from keeping prisoners in the jail and woikhouse "until and unless" -corrective mesurcs fire instituted to improve sanitary conditions. Deaths Over CrtlCAGO Victor Hunt Hard ing, 65, ;of Washington, D. C., director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committe. ana at one time a political science teacher at. the University of California .at Los Angeles. Died Thursday. S1NTRA, Portugal The vis- countess of Asseca. Dona Carolina Maria Covreia Henriques Correa da Sa, 76, one of Portugal's leading ladies. Died Thursday. ' ^LANCASTER, Pa. Frank C. BecKWlthrCS, former president and board chairman of :ifhe Hamilton,, Watch Co., and since 1948 a dl-U' rector. .Born.-, in Kast Hampton, N. Y. Died Tlnirsday, T.A'N .ICilANCISCO Stanley H. ' Yesterday's Results V (Play-Offs) Atlanta 4, Memphis 3 • (Best of seven series tied 1-1) Birmingham 9,: New Orleans 3 (Best of seven --scries tied 1-1) Today's Games Atlanta at Memphis New Orleans at. Birmingham. COTTON STATES LEAGUE (Play-Off)-.'' -„ . •' • : .W L Pet T El Dorado Greenville' 3- 2 .600 2 3 • .400 Yesterday's Results El Dorado 11, Grenvillc 9 : -"- ;•• at"GrccnVillc-1 Siritom- 71: '-San Francisco and N&VT. YoVfc' stock broker and'. a partner in J. Barth and Co., nationally known stock' broker. Died Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry Newport's all-slate halfback-. Bil in mudoi'u-dnv history of the ly McDonald scored on IwfoMong school. After the opening week of toucbd.oJi'C&ins ,W ll!Ucl th &,<!j?' ey ' practice A&M had just 38 on the 'ietory oyfer -the squad with no more than 24 ready B,jild Knob TjitJldogTs'.^M.cDonaw* ran to p lay. "The only chance we have to beat anyone," Bryant declared, is to outfight 'em or ..by better phys- ionl condition. And I've '.done a Very poor job in-both conditioning ana in getting the boys "aggressive. '•'•' '. '- ..-'.- •' '.'•'•!' "We do have a group of wop.- derful boys but unless I do a bet- r iob of toughening them up, Texas Tech will get off to a^aood MATTRESSES Bffcullt or Made Into Inn- Work Guaranteed T w,. T now -wrecking eevpral late model C^RS and TRUCKS AfjkTT'nleM .H*MB!M. all fftakgS Slid , , (TOP) PORTiR Owner & Operator. Rial 7<?W Hopp Hy 67 West ,* HUNTING' SEASOff. Is- just around the corner, Gervpur Now. , Western Auto Associate Stpre CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 v ' y Large Enough to Serve Ybul 6maH gnpwjih to Know You.1-. start in its effort vo tional scoring record s.et year " - r ^ *r' -^ made suveral*'^"' Have Your Car PAINTED. : NOW! . For as'< <fJQC AA Low as 3>OD,UU White- yoy are having ygur cqr pointed we can do thqt work on y your motor, brakes or body work. ; ,', Expert mechanics alloys available. * x / changes during the week. The team trained at the Aggie Annex ^n Junction and he may ''Jjave to others in an pffcjrt to ;ep at each posiUon.* "•'• ''V^^*re still desperate;;at v ,,,,fien- ter," Biyant • said, In<* By The Associated Pris? . ' NEW YORK ITocky Tomasello, 156, Keyport, N. J. outpointed Tommy. Dixon, 153'/ a . Nev/ York, 8. CALGARY, Ala - Emil Barao, 137J4, San 'Francisco; stopped George Dun, 135, Edmonton, 7. Baseball By The Associated Press Toledo 5, Charleston 4. Minneapolis 5, St. Paul 2 Only games scheduled Western League. Denyer 5-9,- Colorado Springs 0-7 Des.Moiries 8, Lincoln'2 ;";' Omaha 7, Sioux City 3 Wichita 11, Pueblo 0 Arkansas football 'AUKAJNS'AS ^HIGil !.!SCH.OOL' By The Associated Press .Tcxarkana 38; ...'Hot.'. Springs .0 North Little Rock 27: Supiaco 0 ."-'Dei-rn'ott-'-'ai';,.'Gould'0' ' ' ;' : , :. Coaway-'.Bvlcaniv 12;-.Clinton 0 Dici-ks 38; JMurfreesbpri:)' 0 .-.: Little Rock^B .'team.'.' 13; England 7 •-" ' •:'' ' ;. '" ' : ' '-.' Wynne . 03;. Marked. Tree 13 Saint Anne's' (Fort Smith) 13; Dai'danelle" 1 0" :; Newport 27; Bald Knob 6 Arkansas Has Record School Enrollment By GEORGE PRNTIC Associated Press Writer ' Arkansas schools again bulged at the seams' as the state's student population transferred its weight in numbers from the living room to the clas? room. First Atomic Powered Sub About Ready WASHINGTON '(UP) — The Navy anounced today that the U. S. S.'Nautilus, the world's first atom-powered subniarinn and history's first true submersible, will be commissioned Sept. 30. First sea trials for the revolutionary craft are expected to follow in a few months. ' The Nautilus will be able to : sail submerged around the world without refueling. That is true' of.'.no other submarine ever built. : • Thd Nautilus, will 'be, .comniiB T siort'cd at Grotbn,. Conl, ..wheye'""it has been under construction for Tiorc than two years. The hullwas built by the electric boat division of General Dynamics Corp. \Vcst- inghousc Electric Corp. made the powerful nuclear engine. "" Navy officials say the Nautilus is 'the first of a whole fleet "ol atom-powered ship. .Three, dlhei ubmarincs with nuclear propulsion have been authorised .and one the Sea Wolf, is under - construction. ' . : Commissioning is a formal cere mony indicating that a ship nab joined the fleet. - -' , • it will probably be a few months before the atomic engines turn over and the 'Nautilus proceeds out int oLong Island Sound for her first dive. Later the 2,800- ton, 300-foot craft will, be taken out n the Atlantic for deep sea tests. 'For Complete Part* and • Service for ; New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors i Phone or Write Fallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 & 1140-R Bee-T-Mite Bettleand Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Main All Customers are Insured Fpcmer President Ulysses S. Grant arid Gens. Winfield Scott, Phil Sheridan, William Tecunrs.eh Sherman and George B. McClellah all served at Ft. Vancouver, ^Vasli. at some time during their careers. Lillie: .Rock, 920 first gan school careers; last year Ijiere wore only 010 but tay the end of A long Labor Day weekend the year 1,341 bosinncru had ;r.o«- brought summer vacations in most/ st < ;rert -, „ ' .... ' ., . district t6l close. Students and Non-public schools to .rep 9 rted teachers rushed back to the textbooks and the three tt's to find haven't found the answer to a re j5lacement for Fred Broussard, jun ior letterman from DeQuincy, La." Broussard quit the "quad this week with the explanation that*he! wasn't helping tfv- team^iB^jpnt' saidj addia'g' that Bvcussard ,y^ad "great potential but under the circumstances of his wanting to quit, there was nothing to do but let him go." -*n Richard Vicki fp.rmer ei}d£|fiom Beaumont, a squa'dmsr. tliV '-past iwo yee»rs, and Herb Wolf, Hpjj|ton junior switchjC|l from ful^ack, are getting attention at the import' ant post, and Bryant also shifted Lloyd Hale, sophorn°V.e guard, from Ira an, to the position;^ And he is trying out -Troy Surn f merlin, a team manager \Y!)f played high school football a Shreveport but never came out for the team here. : i: .i . Other changes this fall include Bill. Schroeder, regular end as a last year, go^ig to and Jack Parde, leading freshman fullback of 1953, to end;"Pardee has adapted himself exceptionally well," Bryant said, and his improvement was n highlight ij tl;e practice at Pur carnp." : g.ryant also was impressed by the performance of Half back Don ".". . sophom,ore (rqm Frap^ Tex., who "is carrying the brunt of the attacH in spite.'of his ' size (158 pounds); the best so far," '., •..-.:.- ^Harterpic}? Claries Scott, . another slight increase in the populous and asked: "Where will it stop." At El Dorado 204 seniors swaggered in for the "last year," while 506 tots trooped in\ with their mothers for an introduction to education. The total enrollmcn at El Dorado was 5,656. In 1953, here were 5,100. That's an increase of 470 pupils 65 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter and later in the same period he dashed til yards to score on a reverse play. Other Newport touchdowns were scored by Karle RawUngs ppbby Jones. Johnny Blanton scored the only Paid, Knob touch- dpwjj wb,e(i he Jfett on a biQcKcd nurjt in the er»d ?one in the fourth qUW'ter, • "*»»f1 th,? team,,. , ,,. the Aggressiveness Bryanjt is Peking but his :,size <§•§>, 155r pounds) is a m^Jor handicap. Otliers handling the spli^T p«ense «re pwood KetUer-, juniqv wl>o lettered at halfbapH last fall, Jiendcrson, Angelo Jun' ior College tra»sler from' Sonbra, Tex. * ' The Aggies lost twp quarterback Oavey Smith. both Negro and white. an influx in numbers Catholic schools registered 2,599 students compared with 2,449 last fall,One hundred and five students enrolled at the First Lutheran School an increase of three for the year past. E. F, Dunn, superintendent of the Pulaski County schools, cited Sylvan Hills and Brady Schols as the most crowded in his aroa. Overcrowded school buse> would be a problem in the rural districts he said. ' , Fresh Coconut Prune LAYER CAKE Mince Meat PIES JOE'S CITY BAKERY ; 21 6 S. Main VINERIPINED TOMATOES 4ibs.49c Purirja F6d Cadge ' . 39c NEW CROP CANNING pr EATING APPLES PLENTY BUTTER BEANS RUSSELL &SON 901 West 3rd Street . the wheq from Irom Ronald decided (*)» f 1 *, ! ^",^^M r. i U */r1 S-ltA -V'lJ f 't».l White student enrollment this year was 4,017, Awhile in 1953 there i ivere only 3,758.spne thousand, six! Hundred and 39 Negroes registered 4his fall. Last September Negro enrollment totaled 1,428. Opening day in Greater Little Rock . brpjigjjt ^..record 28,608. There wcise' 1 1,787 kss in the fall Of '53. By Wednesday the second day of such ; tlate enrolls had swelled thnt nurrjber to 29,324. That js an alditionaiV71B. Little Rock had 442 new registrants, bringing tho total to 17,902. North Little Rock enrollment increased 374 over th'j first-day count,- The total thevu was 8.7J8. ; Pulaski County's Special (rural) gchopls reported 7,133 students en- rollel" in 16 -whitp schools 167 n\9re than wpre enrolled, in 18 schools in 1053. Fourteen of the 1? Negro, schools have 2,555 students just 44 more than last year's tally. At Little Rock and North Littlf Rock, there also was an indication that stcpped-ap classroom in- struption is not unwarranted and that the "cap and gown" business may be better in 1964. grade sluijetits pf -Littlu •f,f^Mtt J^wjiites SfBVICf-REPfllB Pick-up and Delivery ONE PAY SERVICE . Seat the heat — have that ( ,fa,h repaired at JOHNSON'S : EJ.ECTRIC. 'WV Specipli?e in Residence ^k ond Commercial Wiring JOHNSON :ELECTRIC Johnson \V. 2nd St. C. P, Rettig Phone 7-2155 '' 4 Welcome To Our Air Cpnditjoned COFFEE SHOP Hpurs art., ,'6:3Q'q. m. to 2 p. m t , §:$() p. rn. to 3 p. m. <• ?n,7 d9'y§ -" '' ' ' frffay, ;<: H0M STAR» .JM>.M, AHK ANIAI The Negro Community or bring item§ to Mlii fiiftfif •t Hlokl Fuhertl H6M* The Humming Bees Gospel singers of Tcxarkana will give a musical program at the Harmony (JMfi Church in Saratoga Sunday, Sept\l Legol Notice CONSTITUTIONAL > AMENDMENT NO. 48 V • ' ,BE IT RESOLVED by the ,.S«««» of the State of Afkans«* itld bjr th8 House of Representatives of th« ' fetat* of .Arkansas, a Majority <rf All, hers Elected to Each House A| ' A|pectftjr .That the following Is • hereby, '.< posed as an amendmerit to .the '. stitutlon of the State of AritWrtfc and upon being submlttrt to US* electors of the State for approval of {ejection at the next generU elfeetioA for Representatives and Senator*, -fi J majority of the elector*, votttg thereon, at such an election*. *d*# *Uch amendment, the »*rti»-§ha!l become a part of the Constitution of 'the State of Arkansas, to-Wit: ' "'.-'• , >'v"' . SECTION ,1. 'No ad-valorem*:. «** •hall- be levied upon property -br^tH* A county, city, incorporated, 'fcrirti or school district .may levy • la* annually upon property therein at'fbl market value for the purposes *ri<l subject to the n-strletlong -now provided by the Constitution: -.except th«1 where the Board of Equalisation : hfer*-. after created has for the ' . first time equalled the asseMmehte of t ^erty In any county at Ita .market' JBvalue nnd has certified such '.MetVtfl' provided In Section 5 hereof ,'••*«•after the tax levied for any, such' :16««1 .nubdlvislons shall be a -towt.-i£i!r.tj)p< •11 purposes and shall not <ex«e*d five (5) mills for the eountyvreljttrt (8) mills for any. c(ty or- incorporate.!! town, and twelve (IB) .mills for>)iny school district, on each dollar, of'Mlfc assessed value of the property; there- In, exclusive of taxes levied )>y.'.;ifn- provemcnt districts, and eicclusitf* .61. taxes levied for local 'tmprovernehj;* In towns and cities as 'authorlze'd b* Article 19. SecMon 27 of the" ednsif- •tutlon. Provided, however. th«re> shall be set aside annually ari-.'-iaintfuiif j«equal to tlie maximum ajiiOuiili/CO,!-- ^SPlected for the retirement-,of.><f«(eli Issue of outstanding bonds durlngssily ;year prior to the year of" thereof-, lection of taxes wherein the. aforiastld maximum rates have beC6me""ftt fectlve, to be used for the fetiretttent of such bonds as orovlded', by vtlie, terms thereof: and tlie tax s'tjul] never be lesw than that ' nece$w!y to produce such annual .amoun) .until the bonds have been • retired, or' .sufficient funds have been set aside -tor their retirement. ' ' < - '," T",' , As to bonds issued after thf \<l»t« of the certification that nesessmtnts have been equalised at market value In. any county, the maximum tajc rBl.ei Jftierein provided mav not be exceeded ^except wlien necessary to • prevent' 'or cure a default. • • ,-•••'.'- ".'-.' Where assessments of benefits - In any Improvement district :*re • based on the assessed value, of the,. proper!); •' for state or county purposes, the »»•. sessors of the district shall have-, .the right to equalize 1 all future' assess^; ments of benefits: und . for : this""-.pur-., pose may reduce the Valuations"' -to the extent that such valuations- hay* been increased by reason.. ot '- till*. Emendment. ' ' '.•:.- j:':.' .'• ••• SECTION S. The .tax Shan. :B«t .-be : levied upon any property now.exempted 'by the Constitution from taxation'. .''-.-• - SECTION 3. There ifc hereby created' \JjfL Board of Equalization 'which ihalj bssess at its market value property used In the operation :l bf -publie iitfv' 'Itles, or such ether, property auth- orizcd to be taxed by the. aforesaid political subdivisions, as the :General Assembly may direft. The. total - ajifc sessed value of all public utflitl«» ehall be apportioned •, to'.-• the..-;...varteiili counties, cities, tneorporated ' toWijt' and ecriool dlctrlets as is nev ,.ar" may hereafter be provided by''l«w. i Until such time aa the: afi*ftm«ritJ ^of property in any county are «iUal- ized at market value, the propereen of the total valuation ef any, trtil- , Ity allocated to any. eaanty,:.eit^, . .Incorporated town, or school • Aitrlei iflfthaU. be adjosted by applying th«r»-, to the percentage of market T«hi« •at which the Board determine* prop- i erty 18 therein assessed,! .-,',/•" '•'•':'• SECTION 4. The Board e*.,Fi»oah izatlon shall see that all- property <• assessed which Is required by.- law t« 'be assessed, anil to this,. e«d ..sha^l , assess property which the ftac;• : ft~ sessor of any county- h«i fafJei) to • assess, after notice and heariat ,-by • the Board. . .'.- ","•-.'.'••'.• •' -"^7- "i* SECTION S.' The : Bear*.,: rf .B|t(«ii ization ehail eejuaUze •-. the -^ftwHfuatf : of property to' eaeS-"'WiWS-^fltrrW market value, snd for that' P«H>e*fc It shall-: classify. . tM^ffrtg.fWtm^^ -iype, use ther.eo<;. «J»d :wW"ft«, YXrom, and prepare : and • ptefenwfr,? r method or formula for ute /by;.-H;' ' the tax assessors of the vartoua e,— ties in determining the market value of property or classes Of. property! and shall reassess property ,iwt, .assessed ' In accordance there-pjth,. tltet notice and bearing by the Boird. yeqr. when the property to 'any, ty Has been equalized a* tt» marnei value as herein provided, the >. Board of Equalization shall eertlfy *wm fact to the county clerk. ; i;;V -•;''. SECTION «. Withra *«. tWB« «Bd manner. provided by Uie General Assembly any taxpayer or. any: of the . aforesaid political subdivisions affected Ajanay appeal from any order or de- •'cision of the Board ot Equalization to the Chancery Court of; the 'County In which the property affected Is 14- Sated, except that any appeal : from ' an order or decision affecting property of public utilities assessed by the Equalization Board shall- l/e taken to the Chancery Court of Pulaski County. The Chancery Court shall try any such cause de novo. Either party may appeal from any adverse decision of the Chancery ' Court to the Supreme Court of Arkansas where It shall be heard do novo on the record. SECTION 7. Tlie Governor shall *j>- _ point three resident electors as mejn- Abel's of the Board of Equalization. w who sliall respectively serve, as, .determined by .lot, four, eltfht and twelve years from the date of Mieir appointment, and ehall appoint a successor of eacli, who shall verve fc>r a term of twelve years: Which appointments, including appointments in the es'cut of a vacuncy, shall be subject to contirmallun by the Senate. Tlie members may be tmpeaphed or removed fiom office as provided by At tide 15 of the Constitution, SECTION 8. Tlie total expenditure for any year for all purposes by any county, city, incorporated 'town" pr school district, shall not exceed the . f amount of the budget for (hat year, ff or the amount 9! revenue, whichever XT is lesser. • , Except as may be necessary ,to satiify outstanding valid bonds- P* * d valorem tax shall be levied upon property by any county, city, Incorporated town or schopl district until a budget has been approved by a majority of the qualified electors voting upon the issue The b,u.d.«e' shall not be submitted (or apprpva) 1 or rejection at aa election except alter public, npU,ce, and he^|-with, respect to the amount thereof. U the proposed budget is apprayad, *ewi rate certified shall be lh*t- Whit* U necessary to provide the reqwlref *. 'alter decmctlngV»T}aW« „„ and fuuds forUn other sources If ft* J PK._,.„.. .,, tor any year Is rejjct«J, tti». m expenditures for (he preceAng »*|l EhaLl constitute th* budget and Jhe't*^ rate certified shall b* 'that -- r - T! ^ necessary to provide 'the, p amount aftw deducting «v pnces »nd fund- tortt»<— — BOUTC9S. The General the means and No. 437 wii;mcct Tuestlay night, September 14, at the regular meeting place at 8:30 p-im. ^11 members arc asked to be present. • give A'AlE ember 12, at 3 p. m. sponsored by Miss Dartah F. Walker. Ml. Zierti CME Church Usher boa^d \vill sponsor a fish fry Saturday fright, September 11, at Murry Thpmpsoh. Garage on North Hazel st; Mrs. Zelma Rodgers has returned to|her: home in Los Angeles, Calif., after spending a few days visiting he>> mother-in-law. She was accompanied hdfne by her to sons. Rodney artd tikwfehce, who spent the sum- mer/.with'hbf frrandmpther. Miss Bobbie Jean Rbbinson left Wedfi-sday \vhdfe shfe wijl. -entei- Dunbar Junior'- College in Little Rock, •The ... Golden Stars of Antioch will •:a itnusidal program at Bethel -'Ghureh Sunday night, Sept- The public is invited. . . Therein be : a dance at the Dou- glaS^ farm Friday, Saturday night, Septetnbcr 10-11. No admission. The Legal Notice •, i •** r •• ; . CONSTITUTIONAL .i' AMENDMENT NO. 46 BB itT^RESOliVED by the Houge of ;R*|ir«s«ntatlves of the State of Ark- •*iMii •»rid by the Senate; a Msjor- l«jr 'oi .all • -the Member* Elected to .Each House Agreeing Thereto: . .TH**sTHfi .FOCLOwrNG U hereby pcOprtlM »s an amendment to the Con- •UWttfm of the State ot Arkansas, •r»d U(km b«ln« submitted to the *teetonr- of ,th* State for approval or rejection '.»t the- next general elect^-'W Representatives and Sen«ter»,. * • majority of the electors vatjoc thereon, --at such an election, («: such amendment, the same •' become.; a part of the Const!- nat tbe State of Arkansas, to- '- '-'•'' ''*" '''•• . . The'' Executive Depart- roedj-df'-'thls State shall consist of a c'vemof,'.- Lieutenant Governor, Secre- aryy State. Treasurer of State, Audl- r. : ict. :Sl*te, . Attorney General, and niWSSlootr.- ,o(. State Lands, all of i'whu shall', keep their offices at the ift*r«*'J? Gdv.ernment, and hold their clfB.Cr.for/ythf'.'term of two years ' . ; ,th«U" mccassors are elected ''' ' ., .. . ,{SlBCfno«,''2.;''nie annual salaries of nucli ;1)t»te: j e£flcei's. which shall be paid 14 <>llioiitiily.' r Installments, shall be as wuww.s'1-..yv.v .-....•:- -. . •jThe'4 Goyernori th« sum of Fifteen •rtio,usa,iH)": Dillars ($15,000.00); the IJ«ruteh»n< Governor, the sum of Three •ni6u340d'., »HU. Six Hundred Dollars (»3,600.M);i th« ': Secretary ''of State, tttt., a^m' of SeVen Thousand and Two Hurtdred/Dollai-r ($7,200.00) : the Treasurer of "State, the sum of Seven 'It'ouuand • and Two Hundred Dollars <t7#OQ.OO): • tlje' Auditor of State.' the suirt:. of .', :Severi '. Thousand and Two Hundrtd - Dollars ($7,200.00); the Attorney'.-. General, ;the sum of Eight Thpu?an.d Dollars ($8,000.00); and the Commissioner, or Slate Lands, the sum of :S|jt".Tliousahd-. Dollars ($8,000.00). 'SECTION 3. The above- mentioned State. ..Off leers • shall be elected by the' .qualified -electors of the State at 14rge "at- the ; time of the regular general- election for voting for members of, •• the General Assembly; the returns, of. each election therefor shall ,bje, sealed up' separately and transmitted; .to the .seat of government by the ...returning officers not later than ,tli« ';U«t' ;day' oj November of the yeaf 'in .which 'the election ts held, and'.; shall'. b« directed to the Speak' (Hoiise of Representayves. . . ?^f^*, n i ra ' Assembly sha^l convene - in-'lbceiil '-session on the first Ron- rfa>,',-la'.-:-QCe>ember of the yea¥ In: ,. .which the:- members of the General 'Assembly are elected and shall be In ,,s>« sion for a' period not to ex- , ((•d.r-tbree (lays,, unless called Into »p*eial::ieirion by- the Governor. At mteh'Mifioa of the General Assem- bjy/ -mBd , tipon : both Houses being «rjan).wd, the Speaker of .the House of RepeeseoUtiyes shall 'open and publish ..the -votes 'cast and given for MCh ,e* tMe officers hereinbefore e^tioBei!, ia the - presence of both ouses of the General Assembly. The ' having the 'highest number ot Wtea- for,,, each of the respective of- fie*» a- for,,, each sjul! be eto; -«n* declared duly elected Oieyeto; -«n* shall immediately be- gia. .his; terra of '-of flee; but if two or more shall be equal, the highest Wyyfltes for • the same office, one 'ol them 'shall be.ehosen by a joint vote of b6th,. Houses of- the Genera) AB- »«W^ly;' and.- a 'majority of all the members • elected -.shall be necessary to',?»v;ah(>iee, -. ' • •' - ,- : .... 4. : I*e -General Assembly ijj'., regular session ot six- Tr. whfth need not be :can- ^.jsH*: seat of government :. -y«».fs - on the first' .Mohl 7»ebiv4w -of each ;odd numbered '.' 5 *4io ;tim.e b« ehahged by e.3i>fterrtbers of the General shall Deceive as their salary o<;Twenfe'-four Hundred Dol- J ,«|0.00). except the Speaker of -the. Houie of Representatives, who •"- ;. receive as "his salary Twenty. B(undred and Fifty Dollars <&,i.«))i- fof each period of two (2) year* payable- at such time and in such , rpanner as the General Assembly m»y determine; and in addition to .iTittl salary the members of the General , -Assembly shall receive Ten Cenfti r M(>p) per mile for each mile traveled, in go'tag to' and returning Irftnj-'th* «eat of government over the most "direct and practicable route; and provided, further that when said members are required to attend an extraordinary or special session of the : General Assembly, they shnll receive in addition to salary herein provided, .'-the sum . of Twenty Dollars (MO.pQ) per day for each day they are ''required to attend, and mileage, at' the same rate herein provided. ' SECTJON 9. There Is hereby created a joint ad interim committee of the General Assembly to be selected from its membership, as may be provided by . law, for the purpose of conducting .research Into governmental problems and making audits of State agencies. The General Assembly shall fix ,tlie amount of per iliem and expenses of committee members and the compensation and expenses of the committee's employees. SeC«0>J «. (a) The General As- leiuU'y tidal) ' from time to time pro- Vld» ' for .th* salaries and compensation nl (lie Justices of the Supreme f«r tlie salaries nnd ex- o< the Judges of the Circuit •nd-. Clmnoei-y Cuiuts of this State; provided, that such salaries and com- penaution. of the justices of the Supreme Court and the salaries and expenses of the judges of the Circuit and Chancery Courts shall not be less than now movtded by law ib) The' General Assembly shall by law deteimine tlie amount and method Of payment of salaries tq the Coin- mlsBioners Q( the Wprkmen's Compensation Commission; piovided. that tt|e »a.lary o| any -Commissioner shall not b« leis ^han now provided by (c) Wt« pe^nera) Assembly shall b> law determine (he amount and method of ayme"nt of salaries of county, oi. :' Nothing 'herein shall be con— abrogating any rights of th.e th« ft . t«[te of Arkansas under ^Referendum pro- or the st«v ot Article XK Section 2 oi Constitution Of and the same •'* Section ?J W ConsHtution ot the Mrs. Eltiora.Muldttiw and W m Muldfow motored to. Little Kofik Wednesday to take Mrs.. Mdldrow's dauslhtcr, Mae KaUiatyn; to'enter Slorter. Colleiei - f ' A family reunion was held kt the home ol Mr. and Mrs.; Irvine Ma- Fadden Sunday, September 5. Nine children and twenty' gtaridehlldreji were present. The children are , as following: Mrs. Naomi Rajrion arid lamily; Mrs. Irene Booth arid family; Mrs. Occi R. Credit arid fartv ily; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McFadden and family also! Mrs. Nesa B. Miller all of Flint, Mich.. Sgt. -and Mrs. Joseph McFadden and familir or Louisville, Ky., Jessie M. and William McFadden of••'Hope' and Mr. and Mrs. Ncal Miller and daughter ot Blovins. \ fr <,undjred electors Wff {» ««ct«9 "one justice p| .Ce. but every township (g«b Twllght Muslclal At The Hopewell School Club Tlie Music Theory 'club, will ap- jjear in a Twlight musical, prograrn in the Hopewell Elerhentary School Auditorium Sep.terfljier 12,- at' f 6 o'clock p.' : iri.' 'v .*./- : - ••''-.. : >: -'-'The' following' • pers'ons- will, '-appear: '.; "' ;.:V;V,.:'r •'','':••'•:'..^-'i-, •'•'• ''•'••'*'. Bobbie \,.Grkham/'; ;'B>.bjpie ; Ray •Harris",';, Mary': ^G!a4riiiy;y.Caroiyn Lloyd, , .'- ; GvVe'liddiyri'-; -'".Rgggrand, "-...;".-:'•.'» : -;,/\ .'„''.'.'•/. j ' : .' -.;.', ;: !:- • public is invited,": Miss Earline.GlaMey, left Tuesday where she ,v. ill igrrtef -Shorter College in LiUie'HotSL Miss Marfcarett-, Williamson left Sunday wheK she-will fesuftfe her studies at A. M. At K. College in I.!. * , XXXIV Wes Tancred picked up his carpetbag, which still stood beside the late publisher's deslr, and carried it: to the cot at the rear of the shop. He set it down and opened it Up and then he heard the door open. He Whirled, then relaxed. A group of men were coming into the shop. Gil Packard was had been elected to the city court- Joycft Crimer, Hattie Ann ijOretta Gamble,. Lawanta Conway, William', Bazelle, Ruth L. Holt, Sarah Watson, Nancy Joe Scott, ahd Joanna Lowe. The public is invited. Refreshments will be served by the club. Mrs. Maud Harley of Wosco, California, and Mrs. Mary Kimp of Tcxarkana, Texas spent the weekend with their sister Mrs. Lillie Bell Logan and Mr. Logan of city. BE rr;RSsoLvep-by'*t»JoJSenai«:*< the .S<a(e; of v^i-kau&d*'' -a«d:-by tli« Huus* of• *K«pt-eien'tatiV'i!^ -a Majority of -aU ,U»ev MemSr* Klecltd'^ Each Home; AtfreelYlU .T/i'e'f«tO:' • ; •' . That Uie f6H«*iag -t» hcrtb/' propoi»d as an amendiutm ,t# the' C«n»tltuU(>a ef the State 'ef :Arkansa».' and a»en belnf, »ubmi»«d-':i«i.''U»« electors of -the; State'fi?r.approval'or rejection at the next G»ueralEl*ct4«ie.for Representative »nd::Sen«tor».V;ll l . a majority ef the,electors''veUnf th,er*«o, at such an election,. Adept 'Bu«t). : amendment, the same shall •beceui*'''"••'-.••': part: •• of Uie CohstituUim clTute State of -Arkansas, to-wlt;.':.-.-' '." >.-.- ..,.-'•;-•.:•. • J .., 1 -.-'," SECTION---1,- Ffdil»<'.JufrVtftet• tb'e adoption of this »me)idmfnt; the term ._ HlmjoK. •; Rfovldtd ., ever, UiU. anxendnieoK .iibcU p6«t'.apply to' the pirson - «l«ct«d' »• 'Governor at Uie General •.,«Ie^t»opj' t» b«. .held in.1954!'.' ..-''v .-'- ! .- ; .'.-'i ••;•-.•.-. •>--..- : -''. - , .'••, SECTlOw:i.V After the rf>*c«ive«*l« of this *mendm*flt,' the Governor .Mall be prohibited;:, from .t«kiig- an .active part er •,ua^;^f^^Kef^m'-Uv^Y<at or - aeainit a»iy_7c«naidit« , '• for aor constituttene! Vote(e» ; In <JWB> 'Prireary. Special or General .JUfcSoai e»cep{ wh"ch the Goy«ia«r/aS^ toa?. v-Upen' " : ' " '"' " ~ v»wfTta Hav . assumed bjr. ____ , If (ueb eonvieita ebooM MaOr reversed, UMB OM G«renMr etna restored to hie ««ee. • , SECHON ». . AH peoti Ve| I sUtutim tm omOtH ,%Hfi 'tht* ment to aM the mm* -arc <: BITTER SAGE Copyright 1«S4 by Frank Gruber. Distributed by NEA Service, inc. By Prank Gruber cil along with the others. his revolver. "This gufi," he told his visitors, "is the $irtt that killed Sam Older. I'm telling j«ni that to be .i that I'm the rrtan who killed Sam Old- or. Yes, I killed htm, I'll tell you this, too. I received M mvard tor killing Otde'f.,1 killed him to keep him from killing me. There are ho now because -H's thrown into your faces "Mr. Tanci-ed," said Gil Pack- > chafges , g ,, ngt mi any whdre " "" ~" ' That's as rmich as I'm going to ard, as the spokesman tor the group, "we're here because We've all just read this week's St^f." Tancred regarded Packard iiar- rowly. "Yes". "We represent the duly Vlocted officials of Sage City and the say about myself — and Sam Old- tr. He spuft the cylinder of the revolver, saw that it was working smoothly andl thrust the gufl under the waistband of his tfouseis. Nod- the others as Judge Kraft, Prose- .„ cutor Classman and two men who;* 8 . <* Sage". B -We wore Te g «iy ding to the councilmen he wont and although we haven't performed any duties, We lie paused | intend to do so to moisten his lips. "That is, on one condition." Tancred waited. Packard shot a quick look around his little group, "aw that no one had weakened* and drew a deep breath. "On con- the 'Roscoe (Wolf) Smith is a student at Bishop College in Marshall, Texas. He says for his many friends to-card him sometimes. BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. K. Rev. T. J. Rhona, Pastor 8:45 a.m. Sunday School 711 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Epworth League. ' 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship MT.2ION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School . 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. .Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. t. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 8:45 a. m. Sunday scnooi. 11 a.m. Morning Worsnlp 6 p.m. A. C. E. L 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GOO In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, Paator 0:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m..morning worsnlp. , 6 p.m. Y. P. W. W. 8:00 .p. m. Evehina Worship LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday .School • 11, a.m. Moimng Worship 6 p.m. B. T. U. T 8:00 p., m. ^Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST r - Rpy.,.W.' M. Erbjr, Pastor . .,.; .,',.9.;45. a.n». : Sundajr .Bcliopl. . ,| 11 a.m. morning worship. ••;00 p;;ro; B. T. U. : -,',-• 8:00 p. m./ -Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAHTIS1 ReV. F. R. Williams, Pastor 9:45 a.nri- Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning worship 6 p.m. B.T.U. 9:30 p. m. Baptist Hour ov*i Station KXAR. CHURCH OF GOD C. L. Crossley, Pastor 9:45 a. m, Sunday school 11 a. m. Morning, worship 6 p. m. Y.P.W.W. 8 p. m. Evening worship pasi them and left the shop. On South Street, Tancred Crossed to the jail. As he nested the door it vvao opened arid Chuck dor- ey stepped 6ut. l "Well. If it ato'l* Mr. Gorey said, thinly, "Give me you* badfce, Gdrey;" dition that you accept the job of Tailored said. "You're through as 1 ' ' " majfshal of Sage City.", What?" gasped Gorey. Then his .own marshal. . . ( * Tancred stared at them. "You know that 1 am Wes Tancred" "We know it." The door opened again and Lee Klnnaird came in. Tancred said, "L6e, they want trie to bo marshal." "Ilave they promised you any special kind of funeral" Kinnaird held aloft a copy of the SUr. "If necessary,, we'll form a vigilante committee," Packard said, angrily. "Then you don't need a marshal," Tancred said quickly. Herb Glassman stepped forward. He threw up his hand. "Wait a minute, Tancred. There 11 be no vigilante committee. I'll go along with the rest on most anything— as long as it's legal. But just because Jacob Fugger's broken .every law in the book doesn't.mean tjiat we should ..." Judge Kraft cleared his throat. "Classman's right, we've got to uphold tlie law. Kinnaird touched the bandage on his head. "Last week I arrested a in a n named Smith, I did it quite legnl-like and he was taken away from me in a very unlegnl-like manner," He pointed to Glassman, '/Did you issue any wai rants, .Prosecutor" He whirled on Judge Kraft. "Did you sentence anyone last week, Judge" He turned back to Tancred. "Don't do it, Wes. They'll let you go out and face .Eric Slratemeyer and Dave •Helm and they'll be behind you a, long ways behind. So far behind that the bullets can't hit them " ,V.Packard asked savagely, "Have you gone over to-Fugger's side, Kinnaird' •!Kinnaird grinned crookedly and walked out of the shop.. When the door was closed the councilmen looked uneasily ; ;--at 'one another. Tancred drew a deep breath. 'i-"I've'thrown it in Fugger's teeth. I've got to back it up I'll take the job . . ." • The councilmen shoutec} ancj bs- gan' to converge on Tancred. He held up his hand. "I'll take the badge, but I'm warning you won't give it back until it's all over; I mean that, no matter how quickly you change your minds, I'll see it through." "I won't quit." shouted.. Gil Packard, "I promise you thai." Tancred walked back to the cot and reaching in, took put a heavy bundle. He unrolled it. exposing ijt. "The city council's „„, ,...., marshal," Tnnered sfifd M S dSatt ly culm Voltfe,.. -•!*»-' "What 6Ily Souhcll?. -4 tWaii they got ho fight." - ' <•"• a **• Tartcrtid held trtit' ht*' Kaffii. "Give me ymir badge.>" - -' , Gorey*s eyes dl-opptsd t« tnS le- volvel-, the Htsi )te, ever seen Tancred with a guft. A sud* den whine came intu M8 "Vmi're trying W make ftje ori you ..." , . "For the last time, give ttte thftl badge!" A palsy, shook Gorey aftj h» had trouble unplhing* the fa^giC ¥4$ creed took it and plnntsl Ft^on Us shirt, "Put ybuf fce#e Ctt fftfe"!* " inside,' he said evenly. "l'h6n out and don't cross me, because if you do. 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