Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 19, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 19, 1934
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, September JH),1984 KOW STAR,'HOPE, ARKANSAS PA&fi MR?. SID HENRY octets NRY (HI III TELEPHONE 321 Urartty When, your brother man you measure, Take him nt his best; Something in him you can trcaavlrc Overlook the rest. Though,, of hisi some trait or fetter May not suit you to the letter, Tnlst him—it will make him better; •Tuke him at liis best. Praise will make him worth the prais ing; Take him nt his best; Keep the fire of purpose blitzing Kvtr in his.breast. Do not note his limitations; Take him nt his best; Toward his nobler aspiration, Aid him in' his quest. If you'll tenderly inquire, You'll find something to admire; With that lever lift him higher; Take him nt his best. . .Selected. The union-Senior' H.T.A. will hold their initial meeting of the school term Thursday afternoon nt 3.30 nt the high school building. All interested persons are urged to be present. A meeting of the Womons Christian Temperance Union will be held on Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock at the homo of Mrs. Sum Womack with Mi's. D. B. Thompson and Mrs. Dale Bar- ntim a.s associate hostesses. An interesting program is being prepared and a report of the World's 15th convention held at 1 Stockholm. Sweden, Will be given. A full attendance is urged as business of importance will come before this meeting. Built Up Strength By Taking Cardui Here's her own account of how Mrs. T. W. Hardln, of Greer, S. C., was benefited by taking Cardui: "I suffered a great deal from weakness In my back and pains in my side and felt so miserable," she writes. "I read of Cardui and decided to try It. I felt better after I took my first bottle, so kept on taking It as I felt such a need of strength,. and It helped me BO much." Thousands of women testify Cardui benefited them. K It does not benefit YOU, consult a physician. !3: ' IT'S I"BANK !**•?•, &'< NITE" :>.-:;.;..,. S.V^ -NOTICE- MATINEE THUR. THUR-NITE ONLY FASHION DISPLAY 2::iO Matinee "HORN TO FRI. BE HAD" Tho annual dinner given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sullivan, with the members of the Everyman's Class of the First Christian church a.s hosts to the.members of the Loyal Women's Class, will be given at 7 o'clock on Thursday evening, instead of Friday evening as previously announced. The change has been made on account of the opening football game al th e high school Friday evening.. The Hope Garden Club will meet at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of' Mrs. E. S. Greening on East Second street. A splendid program is promised. In.the second of a series of Week of Prayer observances of the Stale j Mission being given al the First Baptist church this week by the .Womans Missionary Society, with Mrs. Hugh Smith, general program chairman, presiding. Circles 3 and 4 presented a most interesting program on the word "Together" ^Following a most helpful devotional by Mrs. Gils Hayiies, a program on the different Baptist insti- tutinons in the stale was given asj follows: Ouachila College was discuss ed'by Mrs. Hugh Jones; Mrs. Clevc Andres gave a mosl interesting history of Central College. The Baptist state hospital was discussed by Mrs. L. F Higgason and the orphanage at Monticello was reviewed by Mrs. Gu.< Kaynes; a very pleasing feature of the program was the vocal .selection by Mrs. Tully Henry, wilh Mrs. Wallace Rogers accompaning. The meeting was closed with a prayer by Mrs. Hugh Jones. Mrs. Sid Henry and the Jamisons had as Tuesday night guests, Mrs. Chanucy E. Ford and Miss Florence Risdon of Houston, Texas, en route to Chicago and New York. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Zismer in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allison have as bouse guest, Mrs. Allison's aunt, Mrs K. J. Allard of Little Rock. A, B. Patten lefl Sunday for Baton Rouge, La., where he will enter the state university. Mr. II. T. Bennett who is ill o[ pneumonia, is reported as slightly improved today, which is gratifying news to his many friends. Dr. A. C. Kolb returned to Hope Tuesday night aflcr a week's vacation in Little Rock and Hot Springs. W. A. Fomby, of Palmos, is critically ill at Josephine hospital. He underwent an emergency operation Tuesday. ORDINANCE No. 482 AN ORDINANCE TO BE AN ORDINANCE '"ENTITLED: AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS OF THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS, TO PURCHASE 500 FEET OF 2'/ 2 INCH DOUBLE JACKET FIRST QUALITY GUM DIPPED WATERPROOF FIRE HOSE WHEREAS, The City is in need of 500 feet of waterproof fire hose, foi the better fire protection of the City of Hope, Arkansas, and WHEREAS, The Board of public affairs of the City of Hope, Arkansas has made an estimate of tho cost of Ihe 500 feet of hose, and has recommended the purchase of same. NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained by the 1 City Council of the City of Hope, Arkansas, Section 1: That the Board of Public Affairs of the City of Hope be, and it is hereby, authorized lo purchase for said City of Hope, Arkansas, 500 feet of two and one-half inch double jacket first quality gum-dipped waterproof fire hose, after firsl advertising for bids; and that contract for purchase of such hose, be let to the lowesl responsible bidder. Section 2: That all ordinances, or parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith are hereby repealed; and Ibis ordinance being necessary for the public welfare of the Cily of Hope, Arkansas, an emergency is hereby declared, and this ordinance shall bu in full forc L > and effect from and after its passage and publication. Passed and approved this 18th day of September, 1934. Published in the Hope Star Ibis 19th day of September, 1934. UUPF BOYETT, Mayor. Attest: T. R. Billingsley City Clerk. THE WISE OLD f ;N ESSOIENE'S R FUEL RATION 1 LIFE BECOMES GRAND VACATION? SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE Schoolboy Rowe Kidnaping Plotted Detroit Woman Tells Police of Overhearing Plans Against Star DETROIT, Mieh.~-(/I')~Delroil police Tuesday night were investigating the story of Mrs. Violet Talbot, ,'iO. that :;he was kidnaped Tuesday afler- noon by two men and held for several hours while they talked about "kidnaping Schoolboy Rnwo," pitcher of the Detroit Tigers. Mrs. Talbot said she wan forced into an automobile by two men near the receiving hospital in Detroit, and released ?i>ver»l hours later in Pontiac. Mich. She said she was blindfolded during her caplivity. Mrs. Talbot reported Ihe affair to Pontiac police v.ho reported {o Detroit police. Officers in Fonliae dropped the case without myUhig an investigation, but Lieut. O. H. •SlraiHhl of Detroit, said that the episode would be invuslifjat- ed. They had no reports that Rowe had been threatened. Contest {fearing Date to Be Set Trial JwlgcTwill Be Patrick Henry, Monticello • Jurist CAMDF.N —(#>)•- Necessary legal preliminaries for hearing of the election contest filed by Wade Kitchens defeated candidate for the seventh district congressional race, were completed Tuesday. A hearing dat will be set shortly by Judge Pal rick Henry of Monticello, who will hear the case al Hambur;;. Kitchens, who led on uofficial re-, turns, but who trailed on official tallies, afle rlhe Ashley Democratic committee had "purged" several boxes in the county, charged that irrcguUtritios marked the runoff in Ashley, Calhoun, Clark, Ouachita and Bradley counties. When P;irks was certified as having been renominaled, the official tally was announced as, Parks, 14,0(j!>; Kitchens. 1S.77-I, a majority of 291 votes for Parks. .ludye Henry is expected to issue an order Wednesday permitting poll books, tally sheets and certificates of voles lo bo removed from all Ashley county ballot boxes for examination by attorneys representing both Parks and Kitchens. The ballots themselves will not be disturbed. Copies of Ihe proposed order were submitted Tuesday by bolh sides in Ihe suit but Judge Henry indicated neither was satisfactory. However, he added that he expected to make a "harmonizing order" Wednesday. MUNITIONS MAKER (Continued from Page One) Frank S. .lone;;. Federal Laboratory veprmenlnlive in Cuba, showed th it the concern has had dealings in tin island republic for years. The situation was such in November, .19I!:!. that Young was franklj pu/zled. He hud virtually conimittcl himself to sell to both the Gran government and the Mendifcla group, then out. He planned a trip to Havana to find out. what to do. "I talked to the Stale Department and a.'-ked advice," he testified. "Tlitv couldn't advise. They said, as I recall that the logical things to do was to go to Havana." Thn result, of thai trip, Young said was to convince him that the Grau government—never recognized by the United Stales—would not oniluni and he instructed that business was to be done with "the outs." 'I called at the State Department, on my return," he testified, "and told them about my trip. They could 'not advise me. They said there was no ruling, no law or treaty to control the situation." Vandenbori; commented that you "were, however, prepared to do bus! ness with both the ouls and the ins. BILBO WINS (Continued from Pago One) Native hunters of New Guinea make- arrowheads from Ihc bony loenanls of the cassowary. congressional district battle for .th seat now occupied by Representative I Ros-s A. Collins, who ran in the first primary against Bilbo and Stephens as a candidale for the Uniled Stales Senale. Unofficial returns from 12) of the districts 2(10 precincts gave Bailey 0.382; Dunn 9,038. Lindy's "Home Folks" in Oklahoma Ed Beaty Severely Beater at Emmet—Iloyce Fee Arrested 'Ed Beaty, 65-year-old Emmet farmer, was brought to Josephine hospital nl 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon suffering from revere head wounds as the result of an alleged drunken fight at Emmet with his nephew, Royee Fee. Deputy Sheriff Earl May 'arrested Fee and lodged him in jail at Prescott. May told The Star that tho fighl occurred al Temple Cotton Oil company at Emmet. He said bolh men had been drinking and that an argument over FERA activities led inlo a fight. He said that Foe struck Beaty, knocking him lo the ground and then stomped him. Physicians al .Ihe hospital said Bealy was suffering from a lacerated right ear and a possible fracture of the skull. He also has several minor head wounds. Just like homo, folks was tho Woodward, Okla., verdict .on Mr. and Mm. Charles A. Lindbergh, who spent three days at a ranch:homo after being forced down on a coast-to-const Inspection trip over an nlr route. In the. top photo the famed flyers are shown with their host, Homer Ailkons, and his household. Left to right are Mrs. Garland Aitkons, Garland Allisons, Miss Ella Vance, a school teacher; Mrs. Homer Aitlujns, Mrs. Lindbergh, Colonel Lindbergh, Homer Aitkcus, Mrs. Harrison Parsons, and, Harrison Parsons. Below is the AUlcens' ranch home. T e x a r k a n a Completes Link on Transcontinental Road TEXARKANA — Tcxarkana's latest convenience for Broadway of America tourists', the Seventh street underpass between the Kansas City Southern tracks, v.'il be opened lo traffic Thursday morning. Completion cf the concrcle work en the structure 10 days ahead of .schedule will enable Iraffic to be resumed straight down Seventh street sooner than'was first expected. Opening of the highway at this point will probably necessitate removal o flhc .slop signs at Seventh and Main streets, where traffic heretofore has been forced to-stop before crossing Main street; This is due to choolboy" Rowe Beats Yanks 2-0 Tigers, 7'/I' Games Ahead, Have Pennant Practically Clinched DETROIT, Mich. —(/P)— For the second time in as many days the Tigers shut out their only remaining challengers for the -American League pennant, the New York Yankees,' winning 2 to 0 Tuesday to advance another step toward cinching the flag. Lymvood (Schoolboy) Rowe took up the task where Alvin Crowder left off yesterday and set down the Yankees with five hits. .The triumph -put the Tigers 7 1-2 games in the lead. Four more victories, regardless of how many more the,Yanks,win, will.cinch (he flag for Detroit. It was the fifth time this season ther Schoolboy has beaten Ihe Yanks and the second successive blanking he has inflicted. Hank Greenberg, the New York boy who plays first' base for Detroit, accounted for the first Tiger run off Red Ruffing in the fourth inning. He broke the scoreless tie by hammering his 25th home run of the season over (he lefl field fence. Rowe drove in Ihe other run in the fifth. After Billy Rogell had singled and Pete Fox had sent him to second,with a sacrifice, tho pitcher hit a single to center to score the runner. Ruffing pitched an excellent game for the Yanks but couldn't match:the Schoolboy. The Yankee hurler«allowed only seven hits and struck out five. Rowe fanned seven and didn't -let a runner reach third until the ninth, ORDINANCE No, 481 AN ORDINANCE TO BE AN ORDINANCE, ENTITLED, 'AN ORDINANCE TO LEVY A TAX ON ALL TAXABLE PROPERTY'IN^THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS, FOR THE YEAR, 193d. . ' " . . BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS, Section 1: That a tax of five mills be, and is hereby, levied upon 1 all taxable property, both real and personal; within the City of Hope, Arkansas, for the year 1934, and that all money collected and raised by said tax, shall con- stilule a general fund to defray the general and ordinary expenses of said City of Hope, Arkansas, and that said levy be certified to the Clerk of Hempstead County, Arkansas, to . be placed upon the book and collected at the same time and in the same man-' ner as the State and County taxes are collected. Section 2. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in'full force from and after its passage and approval. Passed and approved this 18th day of September 1934. Published in ' Hope" Star this 19th day of September 1934. RUFF BOYET. Mayor. Atlest: T. R. Billingsley, Cily Clerk. although ,the Yanks Collected, A of doubles. Neither granted *d The «rie Yankee threat resulted a double by Red Rolfe and a ball but Rolfe was stranded on as Lou Gehrig fanned' out. ^ DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and. Silk THE GIFT SHO? Phone 252 Guaranteed Typewriter Repair Service O. W. MILLS 2IR So. Walnut Plioftp ' 1 n Women Prefer This Laxative Needing. Iixadvei more'dTcen, ttomtn pn» f«r delicious Peen-a-minr,' the chewing gum lizntivt. It distribute!* its laxative ingredient by chewing, more uniformly info the «W»m» fhu« giving.* more natural and complete tction that It not hitch orj delicate ofgani. Deliciou* Feerr-x-mint contains a • laxa&te • in* gradient regularly prescribed by phyikrant, It* contains no richness to upset stomach or diet. Delay is dangerous. Today gtt back on schedule and stay there. Chew non*hflbif forming Feen'i-mint for constipation. '41 NewCoats • ' i Just received complete line of new winter Sport Coats. Popular price's. Ladies Specialty Shop "Excuslvo But Not Expensive" Seventh street being designed as a federal highway which has the right- of-way over all other roads. 12c GOVERNMENT COTTON LOAN FORMS RECEIVED Forms for effecling government 12-cent loans are here, and we are now prepared to : arrange lotos- wilh the same prompt and careful consideration that we have extended the producer, for over 30 years. The evidence of this constructive and gratifying Service is the retention of the valuable patronage of some of. the largest and most influential planters in the Hope territory for that unusual length of time; and those who anticipate placing their'cotton in 12-cent government .loans' can be assured .of this most satisfactory attention.. Furthermore, they will find it to their decided advantage to arrange their loans through our firm. Respectfully, E. C. BROWN & CO. Cotton Merchants 3 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas. i you i . . . just about every cigarette smoker knows that—but here are some other facts to keep in mind . . . For a cigarette to be milder and taste better it must be made of mild, ripe Turkish and home-grown tobaccos. We irish you could go into the factories and see Chesterfield made. 'The mild ripe tobacco h cnl in long ci'en threads — then [tacked into the cigcirciti' so as lo make Chesterfield draw right and burn evenly. A good cigarette can give you a lot of pleasure, and we would like for you to try Chesterfield. t/ie cigarette //tals MILDER f/ie cigarette ///(if 'TASTKS inmw ESSO SERVICE STATION Third and L. &. A. Tracks Phone US elson'Huckins^ 25c Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized—Each PHONE 8 © 1934, rr & MYERS TOBACCO Co.

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