Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 19, 1932 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, February 19, 1932
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"V* &,. rtU;>K p;, * bJW V, , f '#, J^&ifiitr* IP ejnilatioh - -—; >^ •" ' ^egttliafions coy-B- iCorhrnej'ce, now-pro- { lanes, with a. v 'seating -Of-iess persons, only L%ecessary. For craft with nffit'! 1 ! to IS, an emer- Iinjadai6on to, the main tiaLJ Fpr.jnore than 1$ L4s reqi^tred that an eatit be.provided for every provement yet on easy y?aynients? TELEPHONE 259 BROS. Plumbing l.CSSntractor-Dealer. - Angelus Temple Gives,Aid To Thousands of Needy v LOS ANGEaLES.-^^)-Aimee Semple MdPherson-ilutton and her Angelus temple are something more to Los Angeles than a source of surprising rind entertaining news.- In the last 11 months the "commissary" of the temple provided free groceries for 40,110 persons, or 10,769 families. In that period 54,481 articles of clothing' were colected or made and distributed to 17,382 persons. A battery of 24 sewing machines hums daily, and in three months wo- inen members of the big congregation made 709 comforters for, needy families. Mrs. McFherson-Hutton also has opened a free dining hall. 10-Inch Telescope Made. Fronjk Portho|e Glass * HARTFORD, Corm.—(^>)—From a porthole glass, an automobile rear- axle and a galvanized iron pipe Ross A. Hull has made a 10-inch reflecting: telescope for less than $50. Construction required three years, with 200 hours spent in polishing the glass for the mirror. After every five minutes of polishing, the glass had to cool for an hour. The telescope gives a magnification of 300 diameters, Hull said. With 'it he can read automobile license plates at a distance of three miles. FOODS—Prices D-O-W-N! , !^ Many Other Extra Specials Not Listed iples Extra Fancy Winesaps Nice Size—Each inges Texas Sweets—Nice Size—Each emons California Red Balls Large Size—Each k rapefrnit .Texas Marsh Seedless. Large Size—6 for 25c Large Iceberg Hard Head—Each Tic .orn Flakes Kellogg's—Package •aeon pecker's English Style. Sugar Cured and Rind- less—Pound 17k Glassware Premuims. New Processr-Pkg- 9c Toilet Soap. 3 Bars for i 19c Faulless Brand — Fancy Patent—24 lb. &#$(• %£ lb, tacks given away gaj. Free—Ask How 69c , NEWARK", of a fiiaiingstroy •B6y Who has id for the last I-^TB than ISd TaMlies to get „ Jot tR&wfc^war revested by the Newark fxJUte t 3 ; Widow*. orpfii^sHd 4 ! Jobless heads 6t families ^reHieiilficiaries o£ the boy's stolen ,wealth'ih a flood,of anonymous envelope* cbnttlnlns cash. The aUthbrlttes were Infcllhed to be!eve; the boy's story that net one cent 6f the loot-estimated at several thousand dollars—Wa» speht On 1 himself. And only an Inslgttlficrint fraction of the money went' to- his family—his" mother, widow of a World war veteran, and his'two sisters, one a school #rl . • Once he bught a bicycle, but pangs of conscience led him to sell it a fey/ lays later for $21, which he promptly landed over to his mother. Tve been lucky, mother," was his mly explanation to the .astonished parent, But the homo felt the pinch of poverty and the money was" wel-' ome. The family's chief income- is rom the salary of the bey's older sister, who holds a clerical position. Be-" daiise of the boy's,youth, his name is withheld by the authorities. The prisoner frankly told detectives, he could not remember how many houses he >ad robbed. • ; , ..; -'* , , The youthful ftobin-ftood, of studious habits and 'a ( faultless record at chool 'for 'the first''time felt the emptation to steal-three months ago whent he saw What he'thought was a >ook in the open%1ndow of a negih- bor's house. He took; it. But Instead of a book, it "as a wdrrtah's purse con- aining $5. Next day he slipped'the >ills Into an envelope and'mailed it o his mother. •'•*-. The relief of the mtaey"brought 'his mother decided the bdyito'help other amilics in desperate, circumstances. ie committed the robberies with sys. ematic efficiency,,settuig'Himself the task;of engineer) three"-homes each light. At the saiqeTtime he was careful not ot miss school or arouse sus- )icion by his philanthropies. ' Some- imes the pocketbooks;contained'gerns. These he UsuaUy\drO{jped in,ash cans. sv». oft '40 and fi' ,* »* Follmv the State speakers right of DW& antf I struct*) ttfwhsflio wily tn Tuf kUH Cabnet A»k» American Industrial Aid trl Bey, fdrnler Turkish minister. ftf ihanee, delighted the Turkish cabi* net' tffth Ms 'repUM of 'what he' H«! iceompllshed on a recent visit to ihe United States. * Me negotiated with American Inter- sts V/ho are reported to undertake certain economic and industrial pfd- ects in Turkey. He Will go back to the United Stales with the cabinet's authorisation to ontiriue negotiations. Live*at*Home* Program Stressed in McCurtain IDABEL, Okie.—The "live at home" rogram is being stressed here by Mrs. Lltha Travis, home demonstration agent, through talks'on "Home Card* ens," "Food 'Preservation Work" and meat canning demonstrations. So far, 3375 quarts of steak, roast, stew and soup stock have been canned by the women's clubs in this county. Demonstrations -are given by Mrs. Travis .on "Model Garden. Plans,", and most every club member has planted a' garden with a variety of vegetables. ', Faster, Faster-In Quest of New World Take a good look at this car now, For the next picture you see of it may j»e a hazy blur as Sir Malcolm Campbell pushes it byer the sand* of Daytona Beach, Flfc, in quest of a new record to belter his own world speed ma rk_ of 245 miles an hour. It's the "Bluebird H," the same car with which the British speed king set his present record. He's waiting for favorable weather for the run. " wnb, emperor of steel and doctor of optimism, scratched No. 70 from his ist of birthdays Thursday 1 and let it be known that he wasn't through yet. Furthermore, this happy and hearty chairman 'of Bethlehem Steel Corporation vigorously asserted his belief that America wasn't through either. "1 can't," he told reporters, "see anthlng but ultimate prosperity and success for this country, I've always been an optimist. You knpw that. Why, we've spent money like water In this corporation because we believe in America. We may have a long period of depression, Paul Painleve to Form * s New French Ministry PARIS—(/P)—Paul Painleve, who has been premier before, will retain Andre Tardieu and Uierre Laval in the cabinet .which President Pouitter has asked him to, form, it appeared Thursday night. Aristide Briand has l«f it be known tthat he will take no' part in the proceedings. i Schwab Still Optimist on Seventieth Birthday^ NfiW YOftk—(/P)-Charles " H. Your /j'fe's savings lave you a beautiful home—purchased after years of savi'ne?Many people have invested their life's savings in,on£ property and its destruction would be ruinous, Fire is the most dangerous enemy of your home/ but if a reliable agent is providing sound insurance protection you need not worry about financial loss from fire. Write, phone or call for information Repressnting sound stock fire insurance companies. PHONE 285 Greening Insurance Agency L Patterson' 8 2J ,-tri- 1932, LIOWSTT ft Mvwi T08«W Co, toaeuier... tf T An .HEY WERE TALKING ABOUT SMOKING ... whether girls should or should not smoke; but it came out that all three of them had been smoking for a long time. They were asking each other what made a good cigarette. And after discussing one thing and another, they agreed that a cigarette should be milder, They thought also that it should taste just right—that is, not over-sweet, but on the other hand, not bitter—just sweet enough. And everybody, they said, wants anything that is placed in the mouth just as pure aa caii be. Then they began to think what cigarette, if any,.filled this bill; and agreed that CHESTERFIELD was milder—tasted better—and was pure. The girls were satisfied, because "They Satisfy." t"Mu8ic that Satisfies." Hear Nat Shilkret's 35-piece orchestra and Alex Gray, soloist, evtjry'night except -r- entire Columbia Network-rlO;30 E, S, T. j. nesterfield

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