Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 29, 1932 · Page 4
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Monday, February 29, 1932
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£k$*'&'-«* w ".jl "<£< . . in . and Shot .- rand shotgun ..?lugs 'a,group of Untdenti- e - o£ tttal in a t seri(ius'con- It! Find It! » Sell If! ,-6c|per « per _jumH<» f , w wor<i«ta<)heline) advertisement* ae- be fa* ! day of Illume 768,:, K' Prosecutor Jailed In How With Court FiverDay Term and $500 Fine Imposed on Chi, cago Official CHICAGO — (JP) — First Assistant State's' Attorney John E. Northrup *rho for two years prosecuted the $5,000,000 graft case involving .former sanitary district officals, was himself: sentenced to the county jail Friday for contempt of court. Judge Philip L. Sullivan orderec lim to serve five days in jail and pay 500 fine for snapping .his fingers a be court, indulging in belligerent and lefiant acts and inspiring an. "out- ageous evasion of a writ of habeas corpus." ,. . The contempt citation resulted, from an incident of the .sanitary distric trial in Which Northup,-succeeded in convicting four defendants. He was accused of deliberate evasion of a habeas corput writ issued for Timothy. Connolly, ;former purchasing agent iOf .the • sanitary district. : :Th jrosecutor, held. Connolly,.was never " k his• custody.« .$, , ^ • The prosecutor Sad- wanted to in terview Connolly \with the hope o making him ,a, state witness.-ibefor »e could., be, released. • ' '..*' Northup, who since the trial has an nojinced his candidacy for the Repub- 'inatioa.fprjattorney general, stillhbeli.eyed he,'was jus- DE—Some nice fat'hogs, to calves over'weaning C. Sumraervjlle^ Hope . > 29-ltp FOR RENT F—Furnished^ouse and bapartment. Swiftly modern, Sullivan. Phone 147. _JT FOR RENT—Nice un- 4,rooms with bath/ Apply Weber, 211 East S$c- - 25-3tp 'RENT—Five- • room" house OH. modern, close in. A, -H payers. 420 South Pine. 2T-3tp l-Lrooms for rent cheap. Apply •*~™^ • t street. . 22-3tp LOST bar pin between and 308 South Elm please return to Ha v Ff RECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ,^••••«B^^^k ^*H^••«^ B^M»-^» The Oodles' Code! By BLOSSER . ^-^J/take Ifris case to the''A,. ate Court and. send you a copy of the results," he informed Judge Sullivan. "I don't care, to hear, any more," the judge. replied. "Don't you be too concerned about the judgement of the court." ! Among Northup's remarks in court which.Judge,Sullivan held contemp- tpous .were. "Your Honor has no more jurisdiction than the man in the moon."' When asked if he could find Connolly: 'There is no power on earth that can compel me, in court or out of court," and when warned by the judge that his "dogmatic expressions and sarcastic remarks" were not impressing nor intimidatng the court: "I doh't care that," snapping i his fingers at Judge Sullivan. dition. Officers were told Boyd had given some information to officers on the .location of a large liquor still.' 'CONTRACTING-Free , Phone 567J or U3-30te .QWGER Wtti, or your-drugglft 'inoney. Texas Baby Falls Into Unfinished Well, Drowns BALUNGER, Tex. -(IP)— Funeral services were held here Friday for Donald Reese, 20-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reese, drowned late Thursday in an unfinished well in the'Back yard of his parents' home. Search for the baby was made when it was learned he was not with his father and the body was found in four feet of water. _. _„, * February U* r&JWier. We will p?y 10 copy, Hope " accredited OR display at Monte Seed HAVE Kf EK| SENSE OF FOR SALE Lespedeza- Five 15c pound- postpaid; 7a Ibs. uji il«, freight pre- Stephens,, Poute One, AND - OH'OORHONEYMOOW ALL RICHT... t ib SET Tb HIS ROOM So/we OTW6R.'* CALLS, AI^/^AY.. AiJD "THIS MOv^MIWS I'LL GO AMD SET THAT IF OSCAR ' MS OOMT VJITV4 VbU, Do SV THE CAB. AU. TWIS MRS.REDFI6LOS, HOME... IT ISMT SO FAB.....AVJ' BESIDES, TOO Biisy it> us PEELS A800T TWOOSAMP DOLLARS, HIOOEM AACLL! USER'S OU> OMCURSdJ mo. u.». P*T. OTT- s~~^ C 1 932 BY MCA dcHVICE. INC ff^ M By CRANE n. i— • _-... -u^» ^^^PH»H» •Tur^- l ^.'-j=-*.-y The Leopard's Den! WASHTUBBS BOV, t PCN'T \/l UOOK\ T.EU A POOR. W IT A\W'T rf:6\J6N WM, SOU TuJO Mf^KES ME- SlCKi NEVER \ VWE'tL 6\T OUT. F\(jHTlN6 'M . TUE-IVA'S \T ONUS CLOSET UK6.Trt«."M SECRET PtDNT CLOSE uv< V ~^7~~ I KNEW I (, ,'ri ON PURPOSE .7 U. 8. PAT. OFF. O I DM BY NtA BtBVICE. »<& HORNS'. ^ ttOPA^D IS OP&HIN6U 1 . By MARTIN Who Did It! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES VOHO, STOLE WHO i* OUILTY? "VO^T CNR, COOV.O Hea. u. 9. PAT, orr. a isaa BY NCA gpwicr. inc. By SMALL Quick Work! SALESMAN SAM (^R.GLUCK SURE. FOR. BOSS TbUD tA6.Tb AMY WAV I COULD-; OOWM <DM TH' FARM —A STfcftV PlC5-\ H) 1932 DY ME* SERVICE. IMC REG. U. S. PAT. OTF. B y ~COWAN A Big Order! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) »T < THAT BOSS, SOU ARE NOW AT THE GREATEST UtTLe. SAWCSMAN IN THE. U/.ND-XOU SHOULD HAVE THAT TOU6H YOU'RE SUCH A SALESMAN, DU SI THAT , <IMrt AT J ^ ^ VOUMC CHICH REALLX THEOFFI TO-NKJKT WTH OUR MEW ACCOUNT

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