Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 12, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 12, 1937
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesct ay, 0ctober 12, "Little Pigs of Heaven" Taste Heavenly 4 - By Mrs. Oaynor Maddox Nen Service Staff Writer Little Pigs of Heaven isn't a song exactly, but it does make people who eat Jt want to sing for joy. That's the • irefcort of Grace Moore, singer of stage seteea and radio. Yes, the truth is dttt—Grace does a spot of cooking now and then. The reason—her handsome Spanish husband with the name of Valentino Pareras enjoys a mess of home-cooked delicac.--.-s just like any <rther husband. So Little Pigs o"f Heaven appears as dessert in Grace Bfoore's home on nights when she looks into the kitchen. Tocinos Del Cielo (Little Pigs of Heaven) (8 to 10 servings) One-quarter pound lump sugar. V4 iup water, yolks 6 eggs. Boil sugar and water until it forms thread on edge of spoon. Remove IfrJm fire and when slightly cool, mix in the well beaten egg yolks. Pour this mixture into small buttered molds and place them in a saucepan of boiling water. Simmer until mixture sets. Then turn out of molds and stand until cold. Serve with this sauce: Little Pigs Sauce is terrifically sim- pite.. Use 2 squares chocolate and 6 tablespoons water. Combine over fire, Stirring until chocolate is completely dissolved. Then pour over those sweet HtSft molds and they will squeal "this is heaven!" j £ven though Grace's notes are very sweet, she can cook other things besides desserts. She makes a grand Spanish salad and a high C of an onion soup. However, all we have room for here is her recipe for Arroz Con Polio, meaning chicken and a lot of other pleasant things. Arroz Con Polio (6 servings) One large or 2 small chickens, 3 large Spanish onions, Vi pound of gammon, "Sea Tiny 1 ' a Real Living Mermaid? GET UP NIGHTS? FLUSH KIDNEYS WITH Juniper oil, buchu leaves, etc. Make this simple test if passage is scanty, irregular, smarts or burns, have frequent desire, get up nights or if kidneys are sluggish causing backache. Use juniper oil, buchu leaves, etc., made into little green tablets called Bukets to flush the kidneys, just as yy»u would use castor oil to flush the bowels. Help nature eliminate troublesome waste and excess acids. Ask any druggist for the test box of Bukets. Locally at Briant's Drug Store and John S. Gibson Drug Co. —adv. .5' room Residence—322 South Shover street. 140 acre farm, 60 acres cultivation. 80 acres timber and pasture. 4 room house, new barn. Good water, 7% miles south of Hope. Cash or reasonable terms. [Foster & Borden 123 W. Division St Licensed Real Estate Brokers 2 medium tomatoes, 1 cup of rice, 4 pimentoes, 12 asparagus tips, 1 cup ot peas, parsley, salt and pepper, chicken stock. Cut the chicken in six or eight pieces and cook in butter to a golden color, seasoning with salt and pepper. Add the chopped onion, previously fried in oil, the gammon, cut in small cubes and fried in butter, and the tomatoes, sliced, also fried in butter or oil. Now add the rice, season highly Pennsylvania Miners End Strike in Tunnel LANSFORD, Pa.— (IP)— The 38 miners who ended a sitdown strike 1,300 feet beneath the surface in the Coaldale colliery Monday night emerged at 11:20 p. m. for their first breath of fresh air in almost a week. They were greeted by cheers from a large crowd as they walked out of the mine, supported by relatives and friends. They were hurried into private cars lined up at the mine entrance and rushed to their homes. The sitdown ended a half-hour after Gov. George H. Earle arrived on his second visit to the colliery. He was lowered down the shaft to tell the, minrs the latst company offer of settlement and to appeal to them to leave the mine. Preaching at Mclrose The Rev. Mr. Haynie of Texarkana will preach at Melrose church on the Hope-Spring Hill road Sunday morning and night. Services start at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Mr. Haynie is a brother of former Circuit Judge Haynie of this district. @as Gas All Time One does of ADLERIKA qutoUy relieve* gu bloating, cleans out BOTH upper and lower bowela. allows you to eat and steep good. Quick, tnorougb action, yet entirely gentle and Bale. JOHN S. GIBSON" DRUG CO. COTTON LOANS I We arc now making Government Cotton Loans. Bring us your cotton for quick service. Jett Williams & Co. This remarkable lady, known the world over as "Sen Tiny," hns become a meccn of interest with the Marine Hippodrome. "Sea Tiny," is one of life's tragedies for wherever she is placed, she must stiiy until someone goes for her. Slip must always, when not in the water, have someone within call and consequently she can never know the meaning of an individual life. The Marine Hippodrome which will exhibit "Colossus" the monster OS-ton whale and other marine oddities will be located for one day on a huge specialty built railroad car. starting Saturday, October 16th. The exhibition car will be placed on a siding near the Missouri Pacific Depot and will be open to the public from noon until 10 |>. in. Do you purl them in Hie middle*, sir'.'" Home-Run Pitcher ST. LOUIS—Lon Warneke. St. Louis Cardinals' pitcher, has thrown 28 home-run balls this year. TAKE A TIP FROM THIS THRIFTY SAVE TWO WAYS l-TRADE IN YOUR OLD APPLIANCES, 2-BUY MODERN GAS EQUIPMENT. AN EXTRA $5 ALLOWANCE IF YOU ACT QUICKLY Now you can trade in that old obsolete range on a modern, efficient Magic Chef that will meet every cooking demand — the last word in a perfect kitchen appliance, Has High-speed Oven, Swing-out Broiler and Non-Clog Top Burners, _ _ ^ Included in this sale are all models of Universal and Detroit Jewel gas ranges. Also included in this event, with extra allowance for old heater, are all sizes of the famous Pittsburg Automatic Water-Heaters. Now you can enjoy modern, hot water service, ket us explain how little they cost to operate, A small down-payment — convenient terms — liberal allow* ances during this sale. Come in today! LOUJSIAMfcCAS CO, Canada provides financial air for certain desirable and needed immigrants. Legal Notice NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSOR NT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the- Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 11, and its Annex No, 1, and also the Board of Assessors of Curb & Gutter District No. 7 and its Annex No. 1, in the City of Hope, Arkansas, (South Main Street Districts) will meet at the City Hall in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at one o'clock P. M., on Saturday, the 13th day of November, 1937, for the purpose of revising and readjusting the assc-ssmont of benefits against the real t-ropc-rty in said districts and annexes. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of assessment, or change in value whatsoever, may Jippefir before the said Board and intikc application therefor, and the same will be considered; but said Boards may also consider revisions on their own motion. DATED This 12th day of October, 1US7. C. F. ROUTON R. R. CORNELIUS T. M. Kinser Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 11 ami Its Annex No. 1; and also i>l Curb & Gutter District No. 1 and Its Annex No. 1. October 12, 19 NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3, and also the E-iurri i.f Assessors of Curb & Gutter District No. 5, in the City of Hope, Arkansas, 'North Side Districts; will niLL-t nl the City Hall in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at ten o'clock A. M., on Saturday, the Kith day of November, HKi7. for the purpose of revising and I'j-.iiljustiny the assessment of benefit:; aijtiinst the real property in said •lisiricLs. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of assessment, ,r change in value whatsoever, may appear before the said Boards and make application therefor, and the same will be considered; but said Boards may also consider revisions on their own motion. DATED This 12ih day of October, 1937. LEX WOLFF C. E. TAYLOR L. B. BREED Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 9 and also of Curb & Gutter District No. 5, October 12, 19. You Want a Senator 'F Who'll Get the Job Done Carl E. Bailey WL As your United States senator, Carl will be a driving force for progress, just as> H||Hfl been as prosecuting attorney, attorney gin|f|fepi ^•^IwBlwwte and governor. Carl Bailey was elected Governor obligating himself to the long-entrenched jp|j«fefe* seeking politicians, who oppose him ways. Your support enabled him to public enemies and will make him the ins tality for driving them forever into J & Carl Bailey is a positive, not a tor m public affairs. Arkansas won't be ignored or f i||^f!fflf he is in the United States Senate. He wip||||| with the Democrats. ACHIEVEMENTS OF CARL E. BAILEY IN ONLY 8 MONTHS AS GOVERNOR Assured saving of $240,000 in your state ad valorem taxes that won't have to be collected next year, because of (1) reduction of 1-10 or 1-20 mill in property tax for state and (2) saving of sufficient money to pay deficit in agricultural credit bond account without levying 5 mill tax provided for by law. Civil Service Act, eliminating patronage racket from your state government. Effective clemency system, with individual check-up by state police of all cases—a system that has eliminated the clemency racket. (Governor Bailey has executed parole compacts with 28 states). Highway bond refinancing program that even now would be benefiting the public were it not for litigation inspired by the same set of self-serving politicians who oppose Governor Bailey in the special election. Comprehensive conservation program : 1. State parks set-up, fintcst in nation. 2. Soil Conservation Act approved to enable Arkansas to participate in national effort, 3. Flood Control Commisison established with small fund supplied by governor, 4. Forestry development appropriation requested by governor, insur- nig future generations against loss of timber resources. Highly efficient state police force which has resulted in exodus or capture of fugitice criminals, greater safety for automobile drivers, and an unceasing war on crime. Most progressive school legislation in state's history; 1. Appropriation for free library service for Arkansas rural residents, 2. Approval of teacher retirement act and prompt action to put it into effect. 3. First appropriation for free textbooks, and efficient distribution. 4. Enactments, which, with improved collection methods, make possi- blie the largest apportionment in history from the common school fund, $5.07 this year, compared to $-1.58 in the same period in 1936 Enlarged Department of Public Welfare, which in August this year paid $255,184.15 to 28,604 in need, against $110,802.34 to 19,546 in August, 1936. Agricultural - industrial development plans projected, with employers' and employes' representatives co-operating. Strengthened Labor Department, with consequent benefits to employes in working conditions, and establishment of Unemployment Compensation Division that guarantees Arkansas full participation in federal Social Security Act. Institutional improvements effected and contemplated: 1. Steps being token to provide new building!) for School for the Blind and for the penitentiary. 2. Co-ordinated farm program for lands of all institutions, to enable them to supply their own needs, yet stay out of competition with private farming. 3. Proper utilization of State Hospital Farm Colony near Bcnton and improved administration, both at farm colony and at Little Rock units. 4. Provision for treatment of many more tuberculosis patients by maintaining Wildcat Mountain facilities. 5. Vastly improved treatment, food and clothing for boys at Industrial Schools, where for first time directed recreation is a part of tlio routine. First substantial assistance to county governments since Constitution of 1874 adopted: 1. Payment of prosecuting attorneys' salaries assumed by state. ($80,200.00 per year.) 2. Allomcnts made by state toward counties' share of expense of patients at tuberculosis sanatoria. (?i83,561.64 per year.; 3. Payment of county agricultural agents' salaries assumed by state. (265,000.000 per year.) AND NOT A SINGLE NEW TEX LEVIED, even though homesteads up to $1,000 in valuation exempted from taxation. Achievements (?) of JOHN E. MILLER In 7 Years as Congressman||Jf|| 68 bills introduced up to August 1, 1937. 5 passed. 42 were for the relief of, or to||fnpt sion, individuals. ''flSSI 'MtiljSk&l le >|l?ff 111! li Hi In 1931: 17 introduced. 1 passed. To build a Black bridge. Bridge not built. In 1932: 1 introduced. 0 passed. In 1933: 13 introduced. 0 passed. In 1934: ; ,;|| 5 introduced. ;•£!,.. 1 passed. To build same Blaclc?! River bridge as above. Bridge^lioH buiit. ;w> r '* ! In 1935: 16 introduced. 1 passed. To require contracts construction of public buildings, In 1936: 2 introduced. 0 passed. . In 1937: Vv$ 14 introduced. ;2 passed. One a private measure. and the other attached as unrelated rider to District of Columbia tax/bill, Tactics scored by President Roosevelt as "vicious practice," ' •' There, from the pages of .the Congressional Record, is the leg"- islativo career about which Con* gressman Miller speaks boastful, ly, but vaguely. Do you think he earned the approximately $70,OQQ in salary, not to mention his travel and other expenses for that periqjjf How, with a record like that, eajjpi', he refer to himself as "A nationally, trained legislator with a construes tive legislative program?' 1 He rnvjj$ be joking. % Elect Campaign Committee ,'«!• •m LOT* LEY DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE United States Senator —Advertises

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