Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1931 · Page 1
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t .<•.,' vT Sftn LiflW Ahji MiJEja.it. VHV ffiopv -Ajjj* 1..** _^.i..jJ. ifiirti.irfrt -i MJ wnn IWv Win ••WUIUVil «rwy me In tin VOLUME S3—NUMBER 49 Star of Hope founded |*"l Hope D«llv Ptett, (927) ConsoIld«t*H <i Hop«'Sur, Jinusry 18, 192* HOPE, ARKANSAS,. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, ijjjl AP)~Me«n« Associated f>r««4. NBA)— M«tu Ntwipipcr Ai»'n.> SEEK WAR Two West Virginia Negros Lynched by Mobof60Thursday Members of Mob Drive to County Jail in Cars at 2 a. m. HELD FOR MURDER Arrested inf Connection With Slaying of Officer and Companion LEWISBURG, W. Va.-(ff>)-Two negroes, Tom Jackson, 25, and George Banks, 27, were taken from the Greenbrier county jail early Thursday morning a lynched by a mob of about sixty men. They were hanged from a telephone jole near here and several volleys ol shots were fird into thir bodis. The negroes were arrested Novmbef 22, at Lslic, in connection with the killing of Constable Joseph Mylcs and Jack Brown, a companion, who had ' gone to a dance to order the dancers to be more quiet. They were shot as they left the dance hall. Members of the mob came to the jail in automobiles at 2 o'clock Thursday morning, forced the jailer aside and removed the negroes. Michigan Youth taken Fronj Prison Pleadings of Mother Gets . - Refcfcrijri Sohool Sseritelice ••' for Her Son LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—The quick, stern justice of Arkansas law gave way before the tearful pleadings of a Michigan mother hero and allowed William Adams, 19-ycar-olcT youth, to be transferred from the state penitentiary to the Boys Industrial school at Pipe Bluff. Within 24 hours after young Adams and his companion, George Lamb, 24, attacked Noel Runyan, of DcQueen, and robbed him of his automobile, both were sentenced to 25 years in the penitentiary. Lamb and Ad'ams were hilch hiking their way to California when the attack was perpetrated. As soon as Mrs. Frank J. Acla.rns, of Roger City, Mich., learned of her sons predicament she hurried to Little Rock and appealed not only to Governor Harvey Parnell but to the victim of the attack to help her in hiiVing the sentence of the youth and his companion reduced. The Arkansas governor refused to commute the sentences but consented to the transfer to the industrial school when he was advised that Adams was under 21 years of age. No action wws taken on Lambs sentence and he must remain in the penitentiary until he is eligible for parole. Both of the youths pleaded 1 guilty to the attack and robbery of Runyan and were sentenced in Seviur ccunty circuit court. Famous Exile Seldom photographed in recent 'ears, Alexander Kerensky, leader of the revolution against the Czarist •egime in Russia, is pictured above as he left London for Paris by plane. Cerensky was ousted from his home- and when the Bolshevists came to power. Sasket Company Closed For Repair To Reopen in Week or 10 Days, MacGregor Announces Alleged Kidnaper Killed in Accident Guy Wright of Pine Bluff Meets Death as Auto Is Wrecked The Hope Basket company ...shut down its plant Thursday morning for overhauling and repairs, and expects to reopen in a week or 10 days, Manager G. J. MacGregor announced. For the last two months the factory had been working only two of its seven basket-making machines, Mr. MacGregor said, but shipments out of stock have continued heavy. The Hope plant ran full blast from .summer until well into the fall season, owing to favorable conditions for manufacture in this field, Hope-made baskets selling to all parts of the United Stales. Sorghum Making Helps Farmers To'Live at Home FINEHURST, N. C.-(/P)-Residents of Moore county, North Carolina, don have to go away from home to obtain the necessities of life. State agricultural authorities repor hundreds of families in the county have grocery bills below $3 a month The live-at-home campaign of Gov O. Max Gardner and low farm prices are partly responsible. One of the things Moore county farmers arent worrying about now i the sugar bill. Thais because sorghum making has been revived on a large scale. The sorghum is used for all purposes that sugar is. The sorghum-making plants in use in Moore county are of the same primitive type as were used long ago, except that steel rollers have replaced doowen. Mules supply the power that turns the rollers. BIytheville Feels Slight Earth Shock Residents Awakened at 2 O'Clock Thursday Morning BLYTHEVILLE—(/p)—Citizens were awakened at 2:10 Thursday morning by an earth tremor of considerable in tensity. Charles Phillips, Jr., official weather observer, said there was a single shock. Homes were shaken and windows rattled but otherwise there was no apparent damage. Dalrymple Makin A Rapid Recovery Seems Certain Tulane Star Will Play in the New Year's Game Labor Chief Seek! Shorter Work Day Urging adoption of a seven^hour day and five-day week as "the only solution" of the unemployment problem,. William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, is pictured above, right, as he testified before the Senate manufacturing committee in Washington. At the left is Senator LaFollette, committee chairman. .. PINE BLUFF.—Guy Wright, aged 25, was injured fatally and James Minor, negro, suffered a deep cut on the left side of his head early Wednesday night when the roadster driven by Wright was wrecked' at the intersection of Fifth avenue and Walnut street. Wright died shortly after being taken to the Davis hospital. Minor told pfficers that he was forced into the car at the 'point of a pistol by Wright, who drove up in front rf the Commercial hotel at Third avenue and Alabama street, where Minor was standing, having -just come off duty as porter. Minor said" Wright drove out to lha west end of Fifth avenue at a rapid late and then turned and headed east toward the business .district. At the intersection cf Fiflh avenue and Walnut street the car was wrecked 1 as it scraped the front of Miss B?rnice Con- ards cur os she came !o a s'.cp at the intersection. Wrights car swerved, turned around and turned cvsr. Miss Conurds car was damaged slightly and she was uninjured. She is teacher of home economics at the high school. Officers said that they had notified, Wright to get off the street a short time before the accident, as he had' been drinking. ' Little is known of Wright here. He has been in trouble sevc'vnl Umi.'H w\ jjiijh>r charge:;, it wus said. Negro High School To Give Program Feature of Presentation to Be Negro Spirituals and Compositions A night wilh the negro, featuring renditions of negro spirituals and' com- pc.silions by negro ::ulhors, will be held in the auditorium of the Shover Street High School, Friday night, December 11. Among the numbers to be presented will be Iho famous "Swing Low Sweet Chariot' presented by the 12lh grade class of the school, Tliis class is sponsored by W. L. VIcMillan, who has had considerable experience in programs of this type and 1 this program promises to be one of the best this season. The public is cordially invited to hear this program and special arrangements are being made to accom- odate all who come. FLAPPER FANNY~SAYS- REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. NEW ORLEANS—(XP)—Further X' ray examination of Jerry Dalrymple Tulane football captain, in a hospital here with a kidney injury, Wednesday confirmed earlier reports by physician that the injury apparently is not serious. Dr. Edmond L. Faust said that "Dal- 'rymple's condition still further im- 'proved, the second X-ray examination 'also being negative.! He will remain at the hospital until Friday, but will "be kept quiet and at rest at his home for three or four days after that." Dalrymple insists the injury will not keep him out of the Tulane-Southern California game in the Rose bowl 'New Year's Day, and Dr. Faust has indicated he will probably be able to play. The All-American end has been under observation in the hospital since Monday after becoming ill in McComb, Miss., Sunday, from an injury suffered in Saturday's game with Washington State. a givl cuts k'ss^il unil.r Utlte, il's tli.e 4 hi- Pine Bluff Installs Sleeping Quarters Nights Lodging to Be Given Transients During Winter Months PINE BLUFF-(#>)-Pine Bluff is ready to care for penniless wanderers who may be stranded here on cold winter nights. A "flop house" has been set up. | Fifty cots, borrowed from the Arkansas National Guard, have been placed in the "flop house" building which is under the supervision of Mrs. C. K. Elliott, welfare worker. Anyone desiring a free night's lodging will receive it, but none will be granted more than one night's shelter. The next day, unless he has a job, the "lodger" will be invited to "move on" by the police department. Aged Resident of Near Hope Is Deae Mrs. M. C. Field, 83, Dies at Home of Son, Near This City Mrs. Martha C. Field, who woult lave been 83 years old next Monday died at the home of her son, S. P Held, Hope route 1, at 5 o'cloc) Thursday morning. •' ; , / She' had .been a resident; of Hemp stead county for 'between fortjr arii brty-f 1 ve' yeans. She is survived by six children, Mrs C. A. Bird, Village, Ark.; Mrs. Wil Jones of Columbus; Miss Lula Field Hope; S. P. Field, Hope; J. H. Field Little Rock and C. W. Field of Arkadelphia. Also by one sister, Mrs John Ba:-row of Hoganville, Ga. Funeral services will be held' at the First Methodist church in Columbus at 1:30 Friday afternoon, with Dr. W. R. Andedson of this city in charge. Burial will be in the Columbus cemetery. Officers Are Given Reward by State Pine Bluff Police Force Get $20 for Capture of Escaped Convict PINE BLUF — (ff) — Capture of Fletcher Hodge, life termer at the slate penitentiary who violated a Thanksgiving furlouph. broiwht five members of the night police force here a $100 reward. The officers, who received ?20 each, were Nieht Police Chief Tom Lowman, Alfred Gass, Howard Clay, Robert Henslee ancl W. P. Taylor. Hedge, who was arrested near a cemetery here, told officers he,had been "dorier 1 " and was in such a con- liticn li^ did nol l;nu\v his .;ii.l L:;' irtU. Union Secretary Sentenced to Life Convicted in Connection With Death of Deputy Sheriff MOUNT STERLING, Ky.-(^>)-,William B. Jones, Harlan county mine union secretary, was convicted of murder by circuit court jurors Thursday and sentenced to life imprisonment in connection with the death of Deputy Sheriff Jim Daniels, who with three others was killed in fighting between officers and miners at Ecarts, several months ago. A score of other defendants are scheduled for trial. Many Evergreens Being Harvested Market in Northern Cities Being Supplied With Arkansas Product OLA, Ark. — (/P)— The Christmas evergreen harvest has started in Yell county, with daily shipmqnts to Kansas City, St. Louis, Oklahoma City and other markets. Sales of mistletoe and holly are showing no decrease over previous holidays. Woodlands along the Fouprche. Arkansas, Petit Jean and other rivers of the county are being searched for the evergreens which are receiving such an excellent demand. Farmers are finding the shipping an opportune source of money, with their other activities almost at a standstill during the winter. C.C. Member Drive Is Begun Thursday Carter Johnson Calls Attention to Typical Community Work Chamber of Commerce teams under direction of L. Carter Johnson and Robert Wilson took the field Thursday morning in the annual membership campaign. A preliminary report is/ expected .Thursday night, and* by :th%*close-1>! the week the directors of the chamber will have a fair idea of the size of their 1932 operating budget. W. Homer Pigg, secretary-manager who resigned -this week, is assisting the teams through the campaign and is closing up the chamber's fiscal year. Membtrship this year are being held up to par, the teams reported, and they have every expectation of raising a ^air average budget. . In a statement Thursday noon 'Mr. Johnson pointed out a characteristic chamber of commerce .service which came to light two days ago. A traveling man who contacts a large num- r of Hope houses every month, re ceivcd orders to change his headquarters from Texarkana to Shreveport. An equally logical headquarters city would be Hope. The chamber of commerce contacted the sales representative and with his permission later took the matter up with his home office, in a distant section of the country. Such contact service," said Mr. Johnson, "is the prime reason for the existence of a chamber of commerce. t is the sort of service no city can ifford to do without unless it is wiling to concede a tremendous advantage to its more aggressive neighbors. Ve always want new citizens, as lome-owners or tenants, as customers if our stores and professional men— nd the only way to get them is to )e ready always to lay our story be- ore them. "Hope is headquarters for close to 0 traveling men. The advantages .vhich drew that many here may add few more every year, just in the roporlion in which we follow up hose advantages with alert leader- iip and prompt action." Harry L Goldhurst Parole Is Ordered Revoked Thursday Accused Is Broker Who . Handled Stocks for Bishop Cannon BRIBERY IS CHARGED Report Discloses Man Had Attempted to Bribe Woman Official WASHINGTON.—(/P)-The' parole of Harry L. Goldhurst, broker, who handled stocks for Bishop Cannon has been revoked. A report, disclosing that Goldhurst had attempted to bribe a woman assistant in the United States.attornpys office in the Southern dis'trict of New York was made public Thursday by Attorney General Mitchell.' The report' revealed that while Bishop Cannon is interested in the case, the investigation doe not support the suggestion that Goldhurst pleaded guilty on "assurance of a parole or that Bishop Cannon had anything whatever to do with the recommendations." ' Senator Glass demanded the investigation. Chief Execu AsksCongres Provide Giri, wm LO.=j.b. if ^preside* i they Take Husbands ST. PAUL, Min.—(#>)—Women employed by the Northern Pacific railway will think twice before : they leap into matrimony.after January 1. An announcement by members of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks said that an agredmenfc has been reached with officials of the railway under which women employees who marry after the firs tof the year, will automatically forfeit their positions. In addition, the agreement calls for a six months leave of absence by all married women employed by the road beginning January 1, if their husbands have jobs. Mussolini the Pacifist Pictured by Secretary FERUGIA, Italy.— (#>) — Prosperous nations are pacific nations and pacilij nations are heavily armed nations. Giovanni Giuriati, secretary of the fascist party, told foreign students at the university here. He attributed the seeming paradox to Mussolini. "We say that it is time to be done with the conventional lies," he added. "Instead of long speeches it will be much better for us to get together across a table, and remedy the mistakes of recent treaties. "That is the 'hesig of my chi?f. and that is why I hold Jhat I he one truly r.i'-al pucifisl is Bmiito Mussjl'iii." Community Sing at Evening Shade Public Invited to Attend Afternoon Singing December 20th County Teachers To Meet Saturday Institute to Be Held at the High School Building on "SbuthMlain Street the Institute to be held at the new high school Saturday of this week is "Safety.' We desire. Jo teach these .lessons, in the school that will tend to protect our children against the dangers of modern transportation, the hazards of fire and the prevailing health, and those principals that underly loyalty to the right, the state and the nation. Mrs. Y. E. Montgomery, principal of junior high school, Texarkana, Ark., with Mrs. O. A- Graves, director of District No.- 9 of Arkansas Congress of Parent Teachers of the State will present'' the subject, "What is the Parent Teachers Association Worth to the School." ' The people who are not in the department of the public school system will profit by being present and we hope to see the work of the P. T. A, in all our schools. Farmer Killed in Unusual Accident G. B. Glover Is Run Over After Being Knocked From Wagon There will be a community singing at Evening Shade. 7 miles south of Hope on the Lewisville highway on Sunday, December 20th, according to an announcement from one of the citizens of that community. Tha public is cordially invited to attend'. A large crowd is expected and an interesting and beneficial program is expected. Denver Business Men Have Active Art Club DENVER—(/Hi—A chance meeting of two Denver business men interested in the study and creation of art has grown into the Denver Business Men's Art Club with u membership of 31. More than 40 canvases painted and sketched by members of the 4-year- old organization have been placed on display. Several have been shown at the Chicago Art Institute, and the Milwaukee J-jurnal gallery. Ths b"r'n -s men, artis's pro tern, spent Fj!i'--.'ay nf'cnvjons in the parks or mountain canyons r&r'.rhin;; or '.nihit, t'ri-iu i.a.iuv. STAR CITY.-G. B. Glover, aged 58, farmer living near here, was injured fatally Wednesday morning when he was dragged from his wagon by a trailing vine while he was driving across a creek. His wagon, which was loaded with wood, ran over him. When the team arrived at the Glover home without the driver a search was begun and he was found about a mile from his home. He had suffered a crushed chest, but was conscious when found. He died a few minutes after reaching his home. He is survived' by his wife, six sons, Marvin, Jewell, Hudson, Grace, Veo and Leslie Glover, all of Star City, and two daughters, Mrs. T. F. McFalls of Star City and Mrs. Gertrude Barber cf Fine Bluff. Polk County Seat Now on Cash Basis Much Improvement Work Is Completed in County This Year MENA, Ark.— (ypj—City employees here are prepared to start the new year with a smile, not to mention the joy they will have celebrating the Christmas holidays. For the county seat of Polk county i;-. on a cash basis. The report of City Treasurer Finks shows all employees will be paid in full at the end of the year, all outstanding warrants are paid, and a small balance is on hand with which to begin the New Yem-. During the past year without cutting salaries, the city has purchased needed road ecjuipwent, fire house and other necessities, M,eni has just completed a $50,000 concrete street paving i N-virt. and Vns Hans yndrr way for uiKtliLi- cunciLte street jTjjjci. Montgomery Ward Will Leave Hope Mail-Order House Liquidating Stocks of Local Department Store Montgomery Ward & Co., is to quit business in Hope, withdrawing the local store as soon as present _ stocks' can be liquidated, Manager•.;Doris' Fincher announced Trivu-sojay^W: Mr. Fincher • said he .believed it would .take several weeKs-'to effect,a complete close-out. PractTcaUVj th< ,f ntire.,stock, :,of fall and.; -win|er,' ifJferi charidise, amounting to Several thousand dollars; is to" be 'sbld' at drastic reductions. The complete story ol the opening offerings is published in an advertisement in The Star today. Montgomery Ward & Co. entered the Hope field the first of August, 1929, taking the four-stqry building at 112 East Second street, during an expansion program which carried the United States' oldest mail-order house into the retail department store business with 450 units. Commenting on the closing, Mr. Fincher said: "The closing of the Hope Montgomery Ward store has no relation to the present business conditions throughout the country, but is simply part of a readjustment program that necessarily must follow an experience such as Ward's underwent in 1928 and 1929. Montgomery Ward & Go's, local store has received a substantial volume of business ever since it opened over :wo years ago. "However, it is the feeling of the officials of the company that the big Ward catalogue adeo.uately serves this community and the surrounding trade territory. Montgomery Ward's have been doing an immense volume of mail order business in this territory for over GO years. The larger assortments shown in the catalogue (over 40,000 items) give the customer a wider selection than the stock carried in the local store—it was only possible to carry about 3,000 items in the local store." Mr. Fincher stated that Montgomery Ward £ Go's, confidence in this community had not been shaken in any way and that Hope offered many advantages from the retailer's standpoint. I)ebtA( Number of' Be Unable tells DUE Message to Body on Many Foreigr tries of Wori *• WASHINGTON r J- (ffj| that debtor nations carM#* ident Hoover asked day to provide for „._ justments" in the war debts\( to the United States. r n In a message submitting£fh moratorium for ratification ft posed the revival of the" 1 which funded these debts; fs was clear as the new yearfn*' a "number of governments"' able to meet! further in full, pending their i ecpnomfc^life,"; * ' t, ., The.forelgn debts cdmihl .goJntaM the,, •*»»*»«' light the ^ made >recornii His me it, St. Lawrence He again target- world cour£-and*-io throughout the world to' ments. ' ' The president asked *- r _ sanction'of the moratorium Wftl next five days for on Deceniti the next payments fro mat due. ; V President Hoover said'he'V approve of cancellation of the? pean debts. * • - -T<: Important Poul Meeting Sched December Meeting of ganization to Be Hoi at the City Hajl - Grade Crossing Hazards Reduced on U. S. Roads WASHINGTON .-i (fi>) —Eliminjjtion of 683 grade crossings in the 1931 fiscal year was a federal contribution to reducing motoring hazards. Erection of structures so that the nighway passed over or under the railroad eliminated 185 intersections while 498 additional were removed by lighway relocation. Since 1917 a total of 5,583 grade rossings have been eliminated on federal-aid highway projects. Jingle Bills! The regular the Hempstead ciation will be Hope oh next Monday'j jer 14th. Thisiv;4he/Wst the year and all members are .o attend. Several important* rnatlers Ja discussed at this meeting, amo ' jeing the accrediting-of the "lock, lining up with he sale of eggs this coming sprf a general review of the work he past year. ( A number of pouUryrnen in thfe pep 1 tion are planning to start the,i«f Baby O chicks within the next week or'so, in, '' order to put them o nthe early as broilers. A market for earl „ ers has been assured for bath the vada and Hempstead county tions.- Oglesby Pupils (let Health Exam. J ._,__—!-,__, J> 187 Examinations Giyon,J| in Enrollment of €%* sSI Mrs. Alberta Hamm, district ; isor for the Arkansas "* Health, and Miss county health nurse, animations from the enrolinjeijt '< Oglesby school on Wednesday, cember 9th. . A check-up will be made- in spring to see how many of the found have been corrected. The doctors assisting in the inations were: Dr. Jim Martindale, Dr. P. B. Carrigan, Dr. P. W. Picjcell, Dr. Don Smith, Dr. W. G. Allison, Dr, A. J. Neighbors and Dr. F. D. Henry, Telescope Mast, Funnel on All-Electric Ships DETROIT, Ohio.-X>P)-Tb,e g, §, Chester, second of the proposed fleet of Ford ships, presents a radical <jte' psrt.ure in Great Lakes ship budding, The squ*t ships look like barges and all deck equipment is electnrstlly

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