Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1931 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 20, 1931
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IPESTARAI aoi «*" •t ftttciititi in Diamond tt£«n if ot 'T*»*tkaria7 Tex»i wis _ Thursday oh a federal m f$ng use of the mails to i coftectioti with operations Srleari Diamond Mia* dor- . Arkansas. secretary of the company, i of which caused one man to 15 months Impris- nether to be fined and, a „' indicted. .. P. Hintz, president of the $hjp!eaded guilty to using" the 'i difraud and After being sen- is'a year and a day in prison tf his plea and asked permis- 'stand trial. Jr* J. Mauney, owner of a tract pleased by the company hi Pike ; " ArkahsaS, was given a sus- fine of $750, and William 1. rs, a promoter, pleaded guilty . .,~J sentenced to 15 months. Ss* Nash had worked in a depart' _jt store here, but was married re- Htty to a Cincinnati school teacher. Rescued After Adrift fa j Residents Doubt Robbery Suspect's Guilt ! r "lf "* ' * |A. Ark.—Relatives and friends tt have made the $1000 bond re_ _: for Garland Chamberlain, who : been partially identified as one •gthe three men who held up the l of ,McRae, Ark., on November not believed here that Cham- ><ii<uii is connected with tlte robbery, hat the young carpenter is a victim of identity is the opinion j of Who know the man and hii L^ Chamberlain's parents and brother IpHVe here, but he has made his head' l^uarters at Little Rock for some years : • si. The accused is known as ari iiiStrious and saving worker and in' years has purchased several of local realty from his sav- Rescued by tuCoast Guard patrol boat after a thrilling 48 hours adrift in a fog-bound motorboat off the Jersey lOastl Above, left to right, are Marshal Roc, 18; Irwin Swan, 17; Harwood Roe, 17; and Miss Hannah Ewan, 21- ill members of the Millville, N. J., party of three teachers and five pupils wh owere saved. Their boat is shown )bove. . Three Missing in Duckjtoat Blaze Mississippi Men Feared Drowned; Belonging* in Damaged Craft GREENVILLE, Mlss.--MrV-Dlscov- ery of the burned hull of a duck- hunting boat occupied by three Greenville men led authorities Thursday night to believe the men drowned when they leaped from the burning craft into th* Mississippi river at Sunnyside towhead south of here. Those missing are: E. H. Brandon, 34, attorney; Robert E. Cannon. 32, manager of an oil firm; George Ring, 21, employe of an oil company. Watches, keys and shotguns be- Inging to the men were found in the burned boat by Chief of Police Taggart, who headed a searching party. Major T. B. Larkin, Vicksburg, In harge of the government river forces n this distrcit was asked to furnish quipment for dragging the river in he vicinity of the burned boats. Searchers were led to believe the joat was that used by Brandon and is party when a black leather avla- ion helmet believed to have been forn by Ring was found floating near le craft. The party left on the hunting trip ate Tuesday and was due back Tmrsday. , [Traps Communes Two Men Charged With Slaying Near Longview LONGyiEW, Tex. — yp) — Murder charges were filed Thursday against Jack Chambers, 35, and his brother- in-law, Arthur Morris, 19, for the alleged slaying of J. J. Garner, oil field Worker. District Attorney G. M. Gilbert said the men declined to discuss the case. Garner's body was found beside the Kilgore highway six miles from Longview;November 16. He had been shot. •Statements concerning the shooting were; made by the four-year-old son of Chambers. Atlanta Paper Editor Is Claimed by Death ATLANTA, Ga. —(#>)— James B. Kevin, 58-year-old editor of the Atlanta Georgian and Sunday American, died of a heart attack Wednesday night a short while after he collapsed in his office. The editor was born in Rome, Ga. He was a graduate of the University of Georgia and a trustee of the institution at the time of his death. In 1902 he served in the Georgia legislature as representative from Floyd county and was one of the youngest member. He' was a captain in the second regiment of the Georgia Volunteers during the Spanish- American war. Biggest Liquor Haul I* Made by Prohi Officers WASHINGTON-(/p)-There's a secret trick in it, but federal prohibition agents were overjoyed Thursday at having caught nine liquor cars, 18 men and one woman during one night of highway arrests outside Washington. Agent J. R. Brewer, in charge would not tell how it was done, but apparently a hidden outpost took the numbers of all autos stopping at a suspected house in Maryland and flashed them to agents posted on the Washington road. It was the biggest haul made by Southern Maryland agents this year. Wage Slash Announced by Erie Rail System CLEVELAND -(/P)- Salary reductions equivalent to two days pay each month were announced Thursday by the Eric railroad for all employees who are on monthly and daily rates, and for "officers, officials and others in a supervisory capacity." Train crews and similar workers will not be affected. The salary cut will apply to about 1200 persons, representatives . of the company estimated. It was made effective November 16, throughout the Erie system. The sulphus of coal smoke will make red or blue flowers much paler, or even white. Pure food, pure milk, pure water— in all the things you eat or drink, yOu want absolute purify. Lirity counts in cigarettes, Making cigarettes as pure as they can be made is our business. And it's your business, too—because you smoke them. All the materials that go into the making of CHESTERFIELD cigarettes are tested again and again by expert research chemists to see that they are absolutely clean and pure. Just like the things you eat or drink. The tobacco is pure. The right kind—mild, sweet and ripe! Handled throughout by the most modern machinery. The faper is pure. Clean. White. The best cigarette paper that money can buy. There is cleanliness in every step of CHESTERFIELD'S manufacture. Old-fashioned methods have been discarded, and CHESTERFIELDS are made and packed in modern sanitary factories where even the air is washed, and changed every four-and-one-half minutes. Every day more men and women are changing to CHESTERFIELD. And changing for good! Four big reasons clinch the choice: Mil4er—•. Taste Better—Pure— Satisfy, <$> 19)1. 1-lttCITT * MVII* ToiACCO Co. Tex an Ind icted For Slaying of Nephew Fulton Woman Also Bflll- ed by Jury in Hit and Run Attack TEXARKANA, Tex.- (&> -wniiam Beech Bell, aged 68, farmer was in- dicte* on a murder charge by the Bowie county Grand Jury Thursday for the slaying of his 30-year-old nephew, Virgil Bell, Saturday. The younger man ;wns shot fatally when he attempted to chop down a jam door to get an antiquated cot- ion planter, possession of which had been disputed. The grand jury meeting at Boston, Tex., also indicted T»irs. Florence iouse of Fulton, Ark., on two charges n connection with the striking of several children by an automobile several days ago. • A one-time Red "comrade" in the uniform of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police!—that's what nine amazed Communists saw when they were brought to trial in Toronto, Canada. Sergeant John Leopold, above, for seven years had posed as "J. W. dence against the Communist or- Esselwein," a radical, to gather evi- ganization. He brought about the arrest of the nine leaders. No Bills Returned in Jonesboro Tent Blaze JONESBORO—(/p)— The Craighcad county grand jury has adjourned without returning any indictments in connection with the burning of the revival tent .qt the Rev. Joe Jeffers a few weeks ago. The fiery evangelist was subpoenaed to appear before the grand jury but was out of the city. Other witnesses were said to have been heard in the case. The fire was attributed by Jeffers to his enemies here. Fighting For Lifj Miss Nona Hale, Texai kana, in Grave Condi* tion From Injuries TEXARKANA.-Notia Male, U . ._, old Texarkana girl, was fighting fi her life In a hospital here Thursdf night following an automobile at dent 25 miles west of here at S p. The car in which she was riding 1 the highway <and overturned thr times. Mrs. Bonnie Boland, also Texarkana, also was Injured. She w given treatment at Atlanta. Mli Jewel Hawthorn, driver of the cai said: "I had no brakes and was travS eling too fast." She and her tv small brothers escaped injury. Islam's Greatest Houses Are United by Weddinf NICE, France— (/r*)-Tho gf«ates temporal and spiritual houses Islam were welded Thursday with th wedding of the two sons 6f the Nizali of Hyderabad to the daughter^ arf niece of the banished caliph of. key. \ j Prince Azam Jah, eldest son' of Nizam and heir to his enormous for| tune, was married in a religious cere mony to Princess Durai\Shehvar, former caliph's daughter. \The youn| er son. Prince Moazzam Jah, was we ded to Nilufar Hanin Sultana, niece. The elite of trie Rivifera's Mo lem colony was in attendance. . ISTARLISHID * WHIM ECONOMY RULfS"] Week-End Food VALUES A&P Stores make it possible for you to obtain the j kind of food you want at Special Prices this week-J end. Every article carries a low everyday price; Shop and save at A&P. GRANDMOTHER'S SLICED BREAD 23 EVEN 'SLICES TO THE LOAF 16 Oz. WHITE OR WHOLE WHEAT PAN ROLLS—Dozen 5C RAISIN BREAD Loaf lOc FRENCH OR RYE Loaf 7c 100 Per Cent PURE PORK SAUSAGE Poun l lOc Decker's Tall Korn Sliced BACON Pound Pork Shoulder End-Cuts', It:..:. 1 . PORK STEAK DRY SALT BACON VEAL SEVEN ast Lb 12c red Uata ^ ' :"' ' • ^ :"\ -..: " • Center Sliced J ' Veal Shoulder ROUND STEAK or RIB CHOPS Lb. 15c Cured Ham i;V;;S.;-to.';7,.'llb. ; ; Average.. END CUTS Pound BRICK 40 r CHILI—Lb IOU Extra Select QQn OYSTERS, pint.. °" ; PERSONAL Even though foreign countries are-; abandoning the Gold Standard; the/ United States is still a , country ,J where you can take paper money 'V into a bank and exchange it for /; gold. A&P bases Us bu.sincs4 on the highest standard, too. You bring your money to us and in exchange we give you Its equivalent In the greatest quantity of the highest quality food obtainnble. Shortening Armour's Vegetole 4 Lb. Pail 39c 8 Pound Pail 67c Brooms Liberty Brand Each 25c Standard Tomatoes FINE QUALITY RED TRIUMPH POTATOES Pounds 10 19c No. 1 cans The World's Largest Seller O'CLOCK COFFEE 50c Dill or Sour PICKLES Pounds •j Grandmother's FRUIT CAKE Full of Nuts and Fruit Lb. Cake OO«« 9 Lb. Cake NATIONAL BISCUIT CO. Crackers Lb. Box 2lc Pacific Toilet Tissue—3 rolls 13c Shredded Wheat—package lOc Brown Sugar—3 packages 25c Del Monte Raisins—package lOc Currants—package lOc Dates, Plain or Pitted—pkg I5c A&P Mince Meat—package lOc Lemon or Orange Peel—pkg. 13c Gla. t; Pineapple—package .. 18 Glace Cherries—package I8c Crisco~3 pound can Wesson Oil—pint Calumet Baking Powder—Lb 25c K. C. Baking Powder—25 oz 19c lona Corn—No. 2 can lOc lona Peas—No. 2 can lOc String Beans—No. 2 can.. 9c Tasty Peanut Butter—2 Ib. jar ,?8c VI'Lite Hou*c milk—8 cans .I9c 3 No. 2 can* 23t;

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