Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 25, 1937 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 25, 1937
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<*s<- STAfc HOPJB, AfcfeANSAS '^^MI i^Wt .^tafe. : ' ™ • . M i ii .1 .•• M . i. i •..•IN.. •.... I,.,..,..,. -,. .— ^ ,,, ., ,..m — -^.t*... -.. .-eg...-.--.... T^. T --in-- " ^ —..I. -•;' ir .f"-j | 'Y. -" "J-^ii-^"—'' - j - r - -" -"' "• i — . .*« " 1""^, niig^'^^^^r | «*«Biijf»aiiii^^ MJIi i '» i P!''"M!«|Mifl^ jttagimiifa^^/^T^fl^^ Hope-Camden Game Friday Tops Conference Grid Car Bobcats Point for . Stiff Game Friday Five Other "League" Games to Be Played This Week-End ARKANSAS PlACE KfOttftS UTTLE ROCK, Ar.-(/I')-Thp Arkansas high school conference offers six "league" grimes this week-end but only one of them appears on thp rlnpc- .sheet as likely to seriously alter the circuit's standings. Hope, holding two victories and no defeats in the conference, meets the strong Camilcn Panthers. Foy Harn- rnons' outfit will need nil of Vnsco Bright'* ability to overcome (he Oua- chitn county machine. Camden, twice ilefi-nted and apparently out of the championship picture, will be gunning for If ope. Otherwise the schedule looks safe for Pine Bluff, Little Rock and Blytheville, the other three members with jwrfect records. Pini- Bluff will bf sr.Tkin« it.-; sixth .straight conference win ut the expense of the luckless Hot Springs Trojans. Little Hock-and Blyihcvillc have out- of-sluU' games, the Tigers against Memphis Central and the Chicks with Grrcnsvood, Miss, North Little Rock, clinging to a second place ruling, its doped to improve its standings by defeating the tail-end Benton eleven. Forrest City meets Jonesboru and probably will take the short end of the score. ; Clarksvillc and Fort Smith tangle* in i n game Unit will give one of them its ; firsl conference victory while Hassell- i villc, pliiymg 50-50 bull, engages El i Dorado in » loKxup game 1 . I Fordyco gora outsirlc the conference i for .MI annual engagement with War- | rcii. I The standings: i Teams- W L T Pet j Pino Bluff 5 0 0 1.0001 Little Rock . :i 0 0 1.0001 Blytheville 200 l.OOOJ Hope 2 I) (I 1.000; North Little- Rock 2 1 0 Ml , Forrest City 2 1 0 ,CB7 i Kussellville 1 1 I) .r,oo Jonesboro 1 1 0 .500 El Dorado 110 .500 Mot Springs 2 3 () .400 Clarksville ... . 020 .000 Camcfcn 020 .000 Fordycc 020 .000 Fort Smith . . 0 :i 0 .000 Ben ton 0 •! 0 .000 Results last week: Pine Bluff 41, El Dorado C. Little Rock 32. Fort Smith 0. Blythcvillc 27, Walnut Ridge I). Hope 25. Nashville 0. North Little Rock 40, Soarcy 0. Forrest City 14, Paragould 0 Russcllvillc 28, Paris 12. Jonesboru 52, Newport R. Hot Springs 14, Fordycu G. Clarksville 25, Rogers 0. Camden 31, Texarkana 7. ficnton 0, Catholic High 13. Di.SI Orville W. Erringer Hope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositors Corp, \ \ \ FOR SALE 5 room Itaslilt'ncc—.122 South Shover street. 99 MO acre fnrm, 60 acres cultivation. 80 acres timber and pasture, 4 room house, new barn. Good water, 7"j miles south of Ilopi'. Cash or reasonable terms, o • L Foster & Bordenj 123 W. Division St. 5 Licensed Real Kstnlp Brokers INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tormulo, Accident Insuranro. j.scovering stars is about as easy as discovering l(l(l-k:irat diamonds.— Cecil 13. DeMille, movie director. Noise produces disturbances of the blood vessel apparatus and increases the blood pressure in the brain. It excites the nervous .system and causes irritation.—Dr. F. Stuart Champin, New York, explaining the ill-effect of noise. Our people have little knowledge and much opinion.---Dr. Robert M Huti-hins, president of the University of Chicago. I admit now that I used all the sob technique that I learned (luring my years on the stage in writing letters of appeal, but I would rather not (••ilk until Mr. Dahl is across the border. — Mrs. H. E. Dahl, wife of American aviator given hi-, freedom as a result of Mrs. Dahl's appeal to General Franco. Iho mission of the Japanese army tin China) is to establish the foundations for a firm and lasting peace in East A.siu. — Gen. Iwane Matsui. Japanese Commander-in-chief. The Host in Motor Oils Gold Swil 100% I'viin., ( ( » 25c Tlit- Now Sterling Oil, ijt 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Hopf -Cpc-i) Day & Nitu Call Harry Phone 148 Call Harry I'll pick up your laundry. HARRY PHIPPS NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENTS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3, in the City of Hope. Arkansas will meet at the office of L. Carter Johnson, second floor of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Company building in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at 10 o'clock a, m. Tuesday, November 9th, 1937, for the purpose of revising and readjusting the assessments of benefits against the real properly in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any change whatsoever, may appear before (lie Biiiird and make application ilit-rcfore and siiim.- will bo con.sidurtvl. This 25lh day of October, lil.'iT. POLK SINGLETON KUGENE WH1TK CAHTKR JOHNSON liuanl t'f Assessors On. 25-ffl, Nov 1. NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESS.MKNTS Notice i.s hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Htivel Improvement District No. 3, in Die Cily of Hope, Arkansas will inei-l at the office of L. Carter Johnson, .second flour of die Arkansas Rank & Trust Company building in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at HI o'clock a. in. Tuesday, November Dili, 11137, for tin. 1 purpose of revising anil readjusting the assessments of hciiffiLs aguinsl the real properly in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments,, i.r any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any change whatsoever, may appear before the Board and make application therefore and .same will he considered. This 25th ilay of October, 1U37. POLK SINGLETON EUGENE WHITE CARTER JOHNSON Board of Assessors. Oct. 25-29, Nov. 4. FAYF.TTKVILLE. Ark.—The tlnivcrslly of Arkansas Kczorbacks hon.-t H trlu of expert plncc-kickcrs in 15. A. Owen, Jack Robbins and UwlKlil SIciin. Owen, the mosl accurate of the llirce. has yet to miss u Iry for point Oils season, l/c kIrked one placement after touchdown iitftiinsf T. C. U., two agulnsf Baylor and three against Texas. Either IMihins or Sloan holds the hall for Owen's kicks. When Robliins pliice- kicks, .Sloan usually holds the ball: and Sloan reciprocates when Sloan is kicking. "Holler Boys" Whoop It Up~~~ LUBBOCK, Texas— (NF.Al— They're calling Texas Tech's "Holler Buys" the most colorful football team in the southwest, and perhaps with good reason. Not unh does Coach Pete Cawthon equip his lads with the flashiest helmet;; and uniforms in the district but be has them come out of every formation and huddle with n terrific blood-curdling war-hoop. Soul Clinics Draw (Continued from Page One) .some psychological and analytical, some merely offering lay guidance in round and scientific principles of human relationships. And of course (here is an unknown but undoubtedly large number of private practioners in the field, varying from scientificually qualified psychologists and psychoanalysts down through many graduations to the pure phony, who uses the jai;ron of psychology to sell profitably very elemental advice on love, business, ,ui ((personal affairs. Kveii living Unionized Efforts arc 1 being made to control Iliis field much as the medical or legal field i.s controlled, and the American Psychiatric Association i.s the oldest society of medical specialists in the United States, begun in 18M. Psychiatrists are even being unionized today, with a C. I. O. unit of the Association of Hospital and Medical Employes claiming 90 per cent of the psychiatric division at Bellevue Ho.spilal in New York. Soul Clinics, phychology. books, lectures, new religions and philosophies offering extra-human help to unhappy humans—to all of these men are turning today in the most wistfully-eager search for happiness the world has ever seen. The End 18 Cases Heard In (Continued from Page One) ption was given $223.11 judgment in a civil suit for action on a note against J. R Fincher. In the case of A. N. Stroud vs. Union Compress & Warehouse Com'- pany for action for possession of a bale of cotton, the csae was dismissed on motion of the plaintiff and at the cost of the plaintiff. Scoreboard a Gift FORT WORTH-Fort Worth Lions club donated the new ?5000 electrical Scoreboard which gives spectators at the Texas Christian University Stadium the time, the clown, the yardage necessary, and the score. ., A Rich Byrct for FootbalK 9c GOVERNMENT COTTON LOAN FORMS RECEIVED Forms for effecting government 9-cent loans are here, and we are now prepaiej to arrange loans with the same prompt ami careful consideration that we have extended the producer for over 30 years. The evidence of this constructive and gratifying service is .the retention of the valuable patronage of some of the largest and most influential planter.-; in the Hope territory for that unusual length of time; and those who anticipate placing their cotton in 9-cent government loans can be assured of this most satisfactory attention. Furthermore, they will find it to their decided udvanlage to arrange their loans through our firm. Respectfully, E. C. BROWN & CO. CoKon Merchants 8 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Ain't this Rich? Ana ain't he a Byrd? . . . That's Ballet Dancer Gloria R:-:!-!. late of'the Scandals, giving a take-off of the gridiron goings-on nf a fouvball player—one Ralph Byrd. former signal/who )$ now with Republic Pictures. Baylor Bears Rule Southwest Circuit Arkansas Comes Through With Victory Over S. M. U. DALLAS, Tex.—MV-Unbeaten, untied Baylor, a study in offensive precision behind the stoutest line in its history, ruled the Southwest football roost Sunday. Any doubt of Baylor's strength was erased Saturday when the Bruins rode over a stormy Texas A. and M. team, 13 to nothing, for their fifth straight victory and a total of 125 points against 1C for the enemy. Next Saturday on their home lot Baylor faces one of its toughest assignments—Texas Christian. The Christian jumped to a six point lead over u powerful Fordham team at New York in a rainy battle and held on until the last three minutes, when Fcrdham sneaked over a touchdown after a long pass. The kick for goal beat a grime Texas team. Not out of the running yet is Arkansas, the defending champions. They tacked up their second victory over Southern Methodist at Fort Smith, Ark., 13 to nothing, to give them two wins, a loss und a tie. Arkansas meets the somewhat flattened Texas Aggies at Fayetteville next Saturday while Southern Methodist comes back to Dallas for a date with Texas. Without a score for three games, Rice Institute suddenly came to life and registered its fourth straight victory ever Texas. 14 to 7. The Owls meet Auburn, tough Southeastern conference power, at Houston Saturday. The Standings: Team W L T Pet. Baylor University 200 1.000 Rice Institute 1 0 0 1.000 Arkansas University 211 .625 Texas Christian U 002 .500 Texas A. and M 0 1 1 2.50 Southern Methodist 0 1 0 .000 University of Texas 020 .000 Southworth Gets Chick Contract Will Manage Club Again Next Year—Terms Are Not Disclosed MEMPHIS, Tonn.—(£•)—Billy Southworth, who engineered the Memphis Chicks' drive from the Southern Association cellar in 1936 to the second- place this year, will manage the club again next year. Tom Watkins, president of the Chicks, said Monday that (he one-time St. Louis Cardinal manager had signed. He did not reveal the salary figures. Southworth, mentioned as a possible choice for the St. Louis Browns' man- agership, was said to have visited St Louis en route to his home at Columbus, Ohio, at the close of the season last month. He came to Memphis in the latter part of the 1936 season, succeeding Freddie Hofmann with the team in eighth place. The Chicks finished the year on the bottom but were in the thick of the 1937 pennant fight until the latter part of the season. Manegerial posts at Columbus, O'hio, and Rochester, N. Y., also were once held by Southworth. Franco Prepares (Continued from Page One) bombs near a submarine—both incidents apparently marking a new outbreak of "pirate" attacks. British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden sought, with little likelihood of success, to eel France und Russia, favoring government Spain, and Italy and Gearminy, favoring insurgent Spain, agreed on the methods and number of foreign fighters to be jvith- drawn from the Spanish armies. Scottsboro Negro (Continued from Page. One) motor bus operations over state highways. The decision said Chancellor J. S. Ward of Faulkner county erred in refusing an injunction lo three operators licensed by the commission to prevent three others who held no license from operating in Faulkner, White and Cleburnc counties. DUKE DOERS When Dan (Tiger) Hill passes the ball into the Duke University backfield, opponents know why the Durham dandies are called the Blue Devils. The backs are, left to right: Elmorc (Honey) Hackney, Bob Spanglcr, Irish Bob O'Mara, and Eric (The Red) Tipton. Negro Stabbed (Continued from Page One) home which was destroyed while he was attending church. The three ne- gro prisoners have given no statement in regard to the fire. Story of Stabbing J. C. Lewis, negro of Fulton, was stabbed to death about 2 a. m. Sunday at a negro dance at Fulton. He died soon after the stabbing. Sheriff's officers sought James Taylor, another negro, for the stabbing. According to reports, the dance was held at the jiome of Servada Mercer and was attended by Lewis and Taylor. H was said they became involved in a quarrel and the stabbing resulted. Cotton Picker To (Continued from Page One) nancial rewards have been high or labor shortage acute." . Seven Major Changes Likely. The report cited a long list of important changes which probably would follow a general use o fthe picking machine: First, mechanical picking on half the crop would sace about 800,000,000 man-hours or approximately 2,000,000 workers. Second, mechanization of pre-harvest labor probably would save 20 to 30 man-hours an acre in the Mississippi delta section. Third, since men woul dbe required to operate mechanical pickers, relatively fewer men tlian women and children would be displaced. Fourth, labor required to raise work stoc kand to grow feed would be reduced, while that for manufacturing machinery would be increased. Fifth, there would be an increase Ln the size of cotton farms, which now average only about 15 acres. As a consequence, there would be fewed tenants and sharecroppers. Sixth, production probably would be increased in Austrailia, Brazil and Argentina, where there is an abundance of land suited to mechanized cotton production. Seventh, cotton production would be withdrawn from unsuited lands. The picker would be used first on level lands, such as those in the Mississippi delta area. The brant is a small wild goose. It exists along the eastern coasts of North America and in many countries on Europe. State Teachers to; Play Wonder B6y|' State College Champife* ship May Be Settled * h This Week LITTLE ROCK, Ark.~«P)-8alfiftg unexpected upsets later, the ArkefiS&S college football championship will.fett' settled this week— a mid-season elf« max to a season chiefly by its poverty of play. Arkansas Stale Teachers meets Arkansas Tech at RussellvlSi* Friday night. Fans can lake thlft ' choice and get plenty of argument oft the other side. ', Coach Warren Woodson's Bears ffoltt Con way won the 1936 state tltk bfr dropping Tech 19-13. The Pedagtigued have, if ainything, an even sttohgei? * combination this year. Dope figures them ot win by at least a touchdowil > margin. , , The Wonder Boys, however, are riot only undefeated but unscored oil this «eason Add to this great defensive trength the fact the game will be played on Tech's home grounds and it makes for a bitter battle. The Teachers will go into the game with victories over Southwest "MisX souri State Teachers, Louisiana iColi lege. Monlicello A. and M. and Cumberland University. In these gafhfesf the bears rolled up 176 points to become the nation's second highest Scflf* ing machine. Tech has polished off Bacone Hl- dians, Kansas State Teachers, Heriderr son State Teachers, Miami (Okla.) Junior College and Oklahoma City University. The Wonder Boys appeal?, 1 . to have chosen a trifle tougher sled.- ding. The Teachers have a noutstariding star jn Halfback Raymond Burnett' while Tech's ace is Litton Hager. ' If Tech wins it will Have to dispose of Hendrix and the Warriors, whorWott- honor by 1 upsetting Southwestern a week ago, may prove tough. If the Teachers win they can virtually coast 1 to the tintle with only Arkansas State and Henderson State remaining -on.; their schedule. Neither school can compare with the Bears power. COTTON LOANS We are now making Government Cotton Loans. Bring us your cotton for quick service. ' Jett Williams & Co. ~ But Don't Slip Upon Slippers Better Dressed Men Buy At Haynes Bros. "There Is No Profitable Substitute for Quality" THE HANGER-UPPER LOSES CALLS 25,000 people a day in the Southwest hang up before the called party has a chance to answer. To get more answers; 1, !e slow to hang up when calling, 2. Be quick to answer when called.

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