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• • tugSclay, June 26,. 1934 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Glass Voted Best Senate Democrat Newspaper Scribes Vote for Huey Long as Best- Dressed Senator WASHINGTON— Scnnlor Carter Glass of Virginia is (he "ablest" Senate Democrat, and Senator Dnvid A. Red of Pennsylvania the "nblost" Scn- nte Republican, in (he opinion of Washington newspapermen, members (>( the Congressional Press Gnlleries. "(Eighty-two newspapermen rcffulnr- ly covering the news of the cnpitol replied to (he 28 queries contained in n questionnaire, the results of which were made public Saturday. Senator Arthur H. Robingon, Republican, Indiana, is the senator who would be "least missed" the press gallery members voted. Senator Arthur H. Vandenbury, Republican, Michigan, is the senator most likely to become president. For "ablest Senate Democrat," Senator Gla.sc- received 29 votes; Senator Wagner, New York, 21; Robinson, of Arkninsns, nine; Bryncs, South Carolina, five; Costlgan, Colorado, four; Black, Alabama and Harrison, Mississippi, three each; Adams. Colorado, two. Five senators received one vole each. For "ablest Senate Republican" Senator Reed received 30 votes; Sen- nto'r Norris, Nebraska, 10; McNary Oregon and Borah, Idaho, 10 each Johnson, California, six; LnFolIetle Wisconsin and Sloiwer, Oregos. three each; Couzons, Michigan and Fess, of Ohio, one each. As the senator who would bo least migsed Senator Robinson of Indiana received 42 votes; Trammel!, Florida, 11, Long, Louisiana, four. The remaining votes wore scattered. The vote on the senator with the best chnnce of being president gave Senator Vandenburg 22 votes; LaFollette, Wisconsin, 15; Reed. Pensylva- nia, six; McNary, Oregon, three; Buckley, Ohio, and Brynes. South Carolina, Uvo each; remainder scattering. Senator^ receiving the leading number of votes in the balloting on the ether Questions were as follows: Best orator—Borah Idaho; 65; Johnron, California, 7; Norris, Nebraska. 2'. Most silent senator— Keyes, Now Hampshire, 31; Caraway, Arkansas, 22. Handsomest senator— Thomas, Oklahoma, 15; Connally, Texas, 9; George, Georgia, 7; Nye, North Dakota, fi. Most papular sonnlor— Wagner, Now York, 26; McNary, Oregon, 12; Harri- yon, Mississippi, 7, Bryner., South Carolina, G; Borah, Idaho and Norris, Nebraska, four each. Best dressed senator— Long, Louisiana, 17; Thomas, Oklahoma. 10; Rcccl. Pennsylvania, 7; Tydings, Maryland mid Lewis, .Illinois, six each. Most flashily dressed sonator — Lewis, Illinois, 56; Long, Louisiana, 21. Senator most likely to BO higher— Robinson, Arkansas, 3!). Supremo Court; Wagner Now York, 7, Supreme Court; N.ve. North Dakota, four, vice- president.; Vnndenburg. Michigan, f outvotes for president and one for presidential nomination. James Wedefl, Air Speed Ace, Killed Crack American Flier Crashes While Instructing Student a.— (/{•') —James R. {Jimmy) Wc-dell, '.'A, famous speed flier and airplane builder, was killed instantly Sunday in the wreck of M small gypsy moth English type airplane in which he was giving instructions to n student flier, Frank Sncer- ingen, of Mobile, Ala., who was injured critically. Snecringen was taken to St. Mary's hospital in Franklin. He lost consciousness and was unable to tell what caused the accident. Wedell's body was found in the cockpit. His head was lying against the instrument panel, his skull crashed and his body mangled. The crash was witnessed by several persons at the- airport. E. J. Robertson. factory manager of the company and one of the witnesses, said that before taking off Wedell had examined the piano thoroughly. "He always looked over a ship before flying," Robertson said. "If it wasn't all right he would have it fixed up before leaving the field." He said Wedell had flown the ship .several times before and that fliers considered it one of the safest types of planes manufactured. Robertson wild the plane took off smoothly from the- port, heading southward into the wind. It began to climb slowly, he said, and then about a mile south of the field the plane suddenly headed downward. It leveled for a brief moment as Wedell apparently attempted to straighten it out. then it dived nose first to earth. Jack Hyde Keeps Candidate's Date Former Star Managing Editor Handling Oklahoma State Campaign OKLAHOMA CITY —(/!>)— Dr. Georue S. t,onf{. brother of Louisianna's Senator Huey, departed Saturday to continue liiif campaign for slate corporal ion commissioner under a Slfl police court bond but promised Io pay a return visit to Oklahoma City to "pay my respects" to major utilities and chamber of commerce. His cfimpai/'ii mnmiger, Jnclt Hyde, remained to keep the candidate's c-n- gage'.Ti'.-nt in police ocurl, resulting from an attempt to speak without a permit in Civic Pary here Friday night. Chief uf Police John Walt led a raid on lite Long party when the latter mounted a stand and began to spenl;. The Tul^a dentist was required to post cj'.'ih bond. Hyde said Limj; would continue to apply daily for a speaking permit and added "We understand thoroughly that if we don't net a permit from the Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co.. we can't occupy the- park. He also ci-iti- ci/.td Mayor Tom McGec. one of Long's opponents, but city officials denied MeGee had anything to do with the raid. They said a congressional candidate previously had been granted use of the park. Jack Hyde, campaign manager for Huey Long's brother in Oklahoma, is a former managing editor of Hope Star, living in this city in 1927-28. From Hope Mr. Hyde went to Rayne, La., working on a newspaper there, and thence to Texarkana and Oklahoma where lie took over a stale campaign headquarters. Estes Preaches on Way to Salvation Church of Christ Revival Draws Capacity Crowd Sunday SAVE AT —PRINTS— Vat dyed percale prints and shirtings—30-in. wide. Our regular stock of l2'-j and loc Prints. Thursday Only—- • Yard —SHOES— Children's stitchdowns in Oxfords or Sandals. Colors are white, tan and black—Special savings at this price— fl£$f| —D R E S S E S— Vat dyed Wash Frocks that are cool and smart. Our regular stock ot 59c dresses. Thursday only— —SLIPS— Genuine toulanne taffeta slips with lace on top and bottom. This price good for one day only— .—CARD TABLES— Black or green tops, rounded corners, double braced legs. Our regular dollar table. Trades Day Special— —PURSES— A special purchase of White Purses in poular styles. Smart, yet inexpensive— —GOWNS—PAJAMAS— .^. Summery batiste gowns and pajamas. Beauti- JT ^ ful floral designs— —H ATS— New white felts, large brim straws and stitched crepes. Just in time for the Glorious Fourth— —SPECIAL— Close out on men and boys unions—all sizes boys—small size mens. These garments easily worth 39 and 49c on today's market— —WORK SHIRTS— Men's blue chambray work shirts—summer weight. Regular 49c value. Save on Trades Day - 39c The meet inr,' ct the Church of Christ, located on West Fifth and Gracly .streets. conlinuoK with unusual inter- e.'.t. Mr. Kstcs Sunday nifihl spoke to an ovi rwlr.lmhif; audience- upon the question, "What Mutt I Do to Be Saved?" His .s-jrmon in part \vas as follows: " 'What Must I Do io Be Saved?' is the .sinner's most imporluBl qnc-slion. The infidel says, 'Do nothitvj. No one will ever be saved. There is no savi- our, no homo in which to be saved, and no McJI from which to be .saved. The Universalist says, "Do nothing, we will all be raved anyway! The Calvin-si says. 'Do nothing. God elected a few before the foundation of the world to eternal lift- and the rest to eternal diminution, and "Ihe number is MI definite that it. '.-:innot be increased or diminished." But why did Cud allow the question and give an answer in the Bible if man has nothing to do?" "Why ,-h'Hild any man choose one Ih hit! Io UK- exclusion of everything else to which salvation is ascribed? The Bible leaches that many things seivt 1 . but does not say that on!y one thing saves. Suppose that the physician 1:-lb. the patient that his physical welfare depends upun taking exercise. But where is the person so simple as to thin!; he has nothing to do but lako exercise! Renumber the physi- dun did mil s;\y 'Take exercise only!' Neither has God taid. 'Saved by faith only.' i "The question is asked and answer- 1 cd three times in the book o!' Acts. It is ihe only book in the Bible; that p.tks an answer-; the question. It is asked three times, and lias three different .•inhv.'i-r.s, and yet Ihe same an- sv.'or. Each is answered according to j the progress lha! he hud formerly made before the qiiesdicn wus a.-:ked. If a man ;i.'-!;s the ('islanr. 1 to a certain place and ihe answer is three miles. and travels une mile and asks again, he is not contused when the second man Iclis him it is two milos, or when the third man li'lls him it is only one mile. He knows eaeli unc answered i hi niaecordui:; In Ihe progress already made." ' "There are three- sleys iu becoming a Christian, vi/: I'.iith, repentance and 1 baptism. Faith chang''.- the heart, which is all important. Repentance chanivs the conduct which is also es- M-nliul. Thcsi.- two ehi-nges must take place in Ihe heart and lifii of any individual before he i.-: a fit subject for hui-.ti.-Mi. which chaiv'.es his state of u-lalioi,. The Phlllipian jailor was ti;ld ((.-. "repeiii and he bapti/e!" be- 1 cauti- they wire already believers: : Saul of Tarsus wus told to "Arise, bt- bupti/.-'l und wash away his «ins" be- S cauSL- he was a penitent believer T-- ' Acts, chapters '1. !). Iti, 21! >. Thus you fan :'c.- that each one was lold to do the limn 1 , that \vas lacking. The im- KWLi- differs in words only—in meaning- i! i.- 1 the- same answer evcrylimc. If you do not hi-lieve. I try to bring Himon.v 10 prcdui-i. 1 faith. 1! dy believe, 1 tell you to 're- be bapli/.ed.' If yi.;U are a believer. I s:.y 'Be bapti/.cd niifi wash aiv,..v y.uir sins.' " Mr. lOsles h.is ch.isin for his subject Monday r.it'iii. ''Xul'ely First." or "Make it As Sure as You Can." 16 Arkansas Cities | to Get Postof f ice Fort Sniiih, Malvern and : \V';iiTen. Aiiionj'- Construction .i'rojects WASHINGTON l/l'i Federal I Minis to il-.i.- ..-xlent uf i#l H).(MH).OIH) H oon will b;' lldwin;-, intix Oliii public build- in;; lao.i'.vls :X'!iTU'd and approved Si:ndav by .St.vivl.-iry Morucnfhau and IV Imasl'. r General Farlt-y. An emergency :;pr.roprialion of §Gf),- t'til'.Ulll) provided in Ihe deficiency aci will be used on 302 projects, and the remainder will get under way with tunds already available from other vnnrces. The projects selected to date by the HCcrolary of the treasury and the post- mafter ficnera), with figures taken Irom the deficiency appropriations hill, wlion available, were as follows: Arltanas: Osceolu, poslofflcc site and building, no estimate. Bentonville, postoffice site and building, $65,000. For Smith, postoffice and courthouse building. ?75,000. Cl.-irkfville, postoffire site and building, no estimate. Malvern, posloffice site and building, no estimate. "Warren, postoffice site and building. $65.000. New Prohi Crusade by Bishop Cannon Methodist Leader Urges New Attempt for American Prohibition MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK, Md. — (/P|— Bishop James Cannon Jr., of the Methodist Episcopal church South, Sunday led more than 4,000 people in urging congress to submit a new prohibition amendment. The proposed amendment would empower congress to prohibit or restrict the sale of alcoholic liquors in the nation as a whole. "This will make national prohibition of (big national evil a clear cut issue in the election of evrey congressman and every senator until we have again achieved prohibition," Bishop Cannon declared. The meeting, attended by people frcm Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania und Virvinia, was described UK the initial move of a new national drive against the sale of liquor. The bishop himself introduced the resolution which was passed with a rour of "aye" from the crowd which filled almost every seat in the 5,000- capacity Bashford ampitheatre. No dissenting voice was heard. Tiremert Defeated by Hope 9 to 3 Storks and Atlanta Tie for Lead in Two States League Hope and Atlanta held joint leads in the Two 'Slates League onday after respective victories over Texarfkana Tiremen and Southwestern Transporter.'; Sunday afternoon. Backing up Elliott's effective hurling, the Storks jumped on Harris for 16 safe blows for a 9 to 3 win. Coop and C. Sehooley hit homers. The Storks took a 3-run lead in the first inning, added two more in the fifth, three in the seventh and the final in the eighth. The game was played at Texarkana. Atlanta chalked up a 10 to 7 triumph over the Transporters Sunday afternoon at Atlanta. Schedule for this week: Tuesday—Storks vs. Transporters at Texarkana. Thursday—Storks vs. Transporters at Hope. Friday—Storks at Atlanta. Sunday—Tiremen at Hope. Hope— Ab. Cook, cf 5 Riley, ib .5 C. Cchooley, ss 5 Allen. If 3 B. Sehooley, rf 5 McClendon, 2b 5 Russell, c 4 Elliott, p 3 R. 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 Totals Tiremen Kackley, cf .... Henderson, If Powell, 3b Glass, Ib Roberts, c Turner, c Campbell, ss . Karharl, 2b Cox, rf Harris, p Totals ..40 9 16 Ab. R. H .400 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 ...33 Bolivians Appear to Have Held Fort But Paraguay Minimizes Losses in Assault Upon Chaco Fortress BUENOS AIRES, Argentina.—^)— The outcome of the terrific battle at Fort Ballivan, ast remaining Bolivian bulwark in the Gran Chaco. was clouded Sunday in n new outbreak of propaganda warfare between the sap- itals ef Bolivia and Paraguay. Bolivian claims reported officially Saturday from La Paz that 2.000 Paraguayans had been killed or wounded in a deadly artillery barrage were flatly denied Sunday' in Asuncion where the Ministry of Defense declared tiiat between 2,000 and 2,500 Bolivians had been killed or wounded. The Paraguayan losses were not stated; the Bolivians placed their lessee at 61 killed and 170 wounded; but it appeared definite that Fort Bal- livian still remains in Bolivian hands. While the war ministers were laying down a barrage of words, the fighting in the jungle area along the Fileomaye river, scene of slaughter and destruction since May 13 since the third maior aFraguayan offense began, apparently had lulled while both sides reorganized their lines. Ihe time of the abduction. Miller said one of the pair ordered Hopper to hold up his hands and to come out from behind the- counter. He also ordered Miller and Grooms to put up their hands and to turn their backs to the wall. Hopper is a World war veteran, a native of Greene county and has lived in Paragould 13 years. Hopper was exonerated several weeks ago of a murder charge in connection with the slaying of Lee Burton at Hopper's home here. Hopper pleaded self-de- fensS. ERNEST PALS DICK CURB MARKET Anything in the Vegeoble Line. Fresher and Just as Cheap. Call on Us. ATllLltt'U'S FOOT MKUIC1NE 25c Money Back Guarantee. MORELAND'S Drug Store These Values £rove It Beyond Doiitt l ' Living Room Suits Very Special At $60 A special purchase allows us to offer this beautiful 8 piece Damask Living Room Suite at this unheard of price. See them now. Bedroom Suites See the new popular Venitiari Mirrored Bedroom Suites, All in carefully mulched woods in styles that wont wear uut. Pi-iced as low as— $42.50 LAWN FURNITURE We're showing a full selection of Lawn Furniture. Included are Gliders, Swings, Lawn and Deck Chairs at the season's low- e-t prices. Hope Furniture Co. PHONE FIVE Dakota Governor Ruled Ineligible Other Constitutional Officers Repudiate Him Following Conviction BISMARK, N. D. —(/P)— Six members of Governor William Langer's cabinet all elective officials, joined Lieutenant Governor Ole H. Olson, who claimes he is legal governor, Saturday. They refused to recognize authority of Lander who was convicted of a felony recently. The state primary election will be held Wednesday, two days before Langer is scheduled to appear for sentence. He faces a sentence ranging up to two years imprisonment of ?10,000 fine or both. The revolting officers, several of whom gerve with Langer on important state boards, said htey believed the governor's conviction automatically disqualified him from holding office. His opponents are Lieutenant Governor Olson. John Husby, commissioner of agriculture, Robert Bryne, secretary cf state; Alfred Dale, state treasurer; S. A. Oldness, slate Insurance commissioner and Fay Harding and C. W. McDonald, members of the rtstp Railroad Commission. They expressed fear that acts performed in conjunction with Langer might be unlawful, and declined to participate in any of-his executive acts in which he i» a party until the «|$ have clarified the question of 1%f to hold office. A stupid person has no the stupidity of others. Baseball is a onic to jaded md o individual worries. Acquitted Slayer Suddenly Kidnaped Charles C. Hopper, Paragould Cafe Operator, Disappears f PARAGOULD, Ark.—After an all i night and all day search, Greene county and Paragould authorities had found no trace of Charles C. Hopper, aged 34, who was abducted from his restaurant-fish market on East Kings- highway by two men shortly after 9 Saturday night. The abductors fled east on Highway 25. ' Otto Miller, employe at Hopper's place, Hopper and Vester Grooms were the only ones in the place at BLACK-DRAUGHT "Such a Good Laxative," Says Nurse Writing from, her home in Festus, Mo., Mrs. Anna LaPlante says: "I am a practical nurse and I recommend to some of my patients that they take Black-Draught, for it is such a good laxative. I took it for constipation, headache and a dull <feeling that I had so much. A few doses of Black-Draught-^ and I felt just fine." Because so many people know from having used It that Thcdford's Black- Draught is a good, purely vegetable !a:;a- tlve, millions of packages of it are sold every year. FOR TRADES DAY For Comfort The modern trend is in the air, but the airplane doesn't get ALL the credit. . .rio sii'- ee! The "Air-Line" style in men's shoes has come through with the big smash hit of the year! So here's a tip, when you're looking for real cool comfort in footwear this summer, save a lot of time and see our new styles first! $2.95 Complete range of sizes. For the latest developments in really smart styling and greatest values depend on Boswell 6* Joe Boswell All the comfortable widths. H. H. Higgason Hut~r- Men's WASH TIES Color Fast! Pre-shrurik linings! Pkin, fancy! Men's Sport Belts Fancy white and black styles. Genuine cowhide. Men's Wash Slacks Crashes, stripes, and woven nubs. A buy! Men's WORK SHOES Rctan leather repels acid, moisture. 6-12. J. C. P. Work Shirts 2 pocket style. Steel buttons. All full cut. Men's Work SHOES Black retan. White stor.'n welt. Plain to.-. Ay won Men's TaSeusu? A. fine, smooth, delicate- «r *»,„ ly .perfumed talcum. A*f tt "More-Edge" Blades Keen-cutting, fits all IO double - pdce razors, for Men's White H'dk'Ss Sturdy quality heavy 3 cotton for .everyday, for aaciei Fragrant—a few drops makes the hair glossy! jtjrwon atfeavlng vreaaa g Regular, mentholated, or palm-and-olive type! Men's White Shirts 98c SUIT CASES For your Vacation Each OXFORDS Men's Black Oxfords (p 4 Pair- 4> I . SCOUT SHOES For Men Pair ff> A $ I . SUN SUITS For Kiddies "t Cf* Each I OC WORK PANTS 98c Silk ChiSSon Hose Bemberjr tops and fall jg**>, fashioned, sizes 8- 1C %! 4™ Women's White Bettsl White kid, imitation lea- *££* e ther, and fabric! Smart! <fl*3$ WHITE PIQUE HAT ;Smart lines—good pique >«J(g» c —well made! A value! *fl*V ' Narrow Wale Pique White ,forsummersuits<»^fc_ and dresses. 36 in. ^WTFT*. New White Hand-bags S Simulated leather that /*££<. wears well! Lined, too! *"-™• Value! Rayon Undies Vests,bloomers, panties. plain-knit, small--lare«! EelSe Isle Muslin Bleached or brown; 3 inches wide. Sturdy! Sturdy Pillow Cases Our own Wizard brand, and they'regood! 42x3G. Printed Percales Nutone. Small, ium,largedesiKns.36in. Handy Terry Towels for hand'or face towels. -irjfe- Colored borders; 18x37" JLlf c ' Boys' Wash Suits •Broadcloths, cool lin- :enes, fast color. 2 to 8. Boy» T Wash Whites, tans, greys and £bA., stripes. Sizes 8 to 17! *«8fl9 c KIDDIES 1-STEAPE Patent! White and &&G&-, smokedelk. Many styles.' 1pO c u B©so" Gaaavas Slioes Air-cooled, porous duck uppers. Odorleas insoles. Floating €asti!e! Olive oil castile—bland and soothing! A buy at FACIAL TISSUES! White, flesh, green, peach! 200 to box. Penatex Tooth Brush t Medium bristle — prophylactic or roller shape Jaciel Skin lotion! Soothing, softening, fragrant! A Bijr Value! , - Alter Shaving Lotion! "Aywon" — antiseptic, cooling and soothing! C Belle Isle Cases Good — inexpensive! a *m~ Hemmed. 36 x 42. (or Dainty Sheer Prints Short lengths! Dimity, <«• Mi- voile, swiss, lawns. A jj T4. BAGS Over Night Bags $1.98 and SILK SLIPS Pure Silk Slips, Qftf* long sleeves vO«* CLOSE-OUT Ladies Slippers, Pair $1.98 CLOSE-OUT Children's Unions Each 10c CLOSE-OUT Silk Stripe Material Yard Women's Kerchiefs Hemstitched white g cotton ones. Values! for BEACH SANDALS Crepe rubber soles ! Women's and children's ! Choose Honor Muslin for good service! l n <fiT4k e bleached or brown, at A;y T«. TRUNKS For Your Car Trip Eech LUX Toilet Soap Bar PEPPERELL SHEETS 81 x 99 Each 88c PEPPERELL CASES 42 x 36 Each BED SPREADS Cotton Spreads Each J.C. PENNEY GO. a Atatteti- t

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