Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 29, 1934 · Page 1
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Thrs newspaper p'-iduced under division* A*8 Ac A-S Orephle Art* Code. Hope VOLUME 35—NUMBER 299 Star Aifeuis«s-P«Hty cloudy til wtost, thundeKhowen to east portion, cooler noHh and w*st Saturday nljht; Sunday »wHJy clody, cooler extreme cast and SOUth, (AD—Mvnn* AMnr.ftfeit 1'rrt* (MilA)—Mrnri* JVe»\»pnper P.i.«vrprl»* HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1934 - - • ~ —•" — "^ (N13A)—Mrnnn JVe»\»pnper F.i.t*rnrlii» A«» % n *.•. v* *j, i ». i v .1 ...i imjmj, tji*. a. <_> j \,MJ.*. A , (jUJ. J. JU-iriul^lx /i.v. J.17O1 »nro_ iiour rn,.nur ( i ignp, Hop* I)n(l ' i 1 ." "> . i i . i .1. i, _i ,i iii..i.i. i. .. i' . ......'•..•...•-.'.. i.. XVnuoHnntfd nil Hope 8(af, Jnntmrr 18 TO CALL HAUPTMANN , Nnr of Hop*- founded JSOQj Hop* Dnllr Pr*** XVnnOffnntPtl nn Hop* ft*-*. »-^-_ ,.« -_*-. • PRICE 5fl COF1W Hope Trounces Heavier Camden Team by 14 to 0 . ft'. '. •-•.... •-• •• ' - - W Bobcats Turn Out Smooth Job, With 2,000 Looking On Brown and Payne Carry the Ball Behind Perfect Interference 2 TALLIES, SAFETY Hope Keeps the Ball Deep in Panther Terriitory for o Quarters A carefully-coached Hope (cam cut to pieces a heftier Camden squad on the |ocal field Friday night and eliminated the gold-anl-black eleven from this year's championship play, 14 to 0. It was a greater triumph for Coach Foy Hanunons' Bobcats than the score indicated. The greatest crowd in Hope football history packed the new stadium, despite a wet field and threatening weather. /Jttcndancc was estimated lit capacity, 2,000. Hope went down I he field and across Caindcn's goal-line for a safely in the first few minutes of play—and the game was deep into Camden's territory nil the way except the third quarter, when the visitors made their only threat. Payne, Hope's elusive halfback, went over for touchdowns in the sccon and fourth quarters; ar.d skirted le end for 25 yards to put the ball near ly on Camdqn's, goal-line again jus ' as the final gun sounded. Brown, quarterback, ripped off re :jpcatcd long runs in midficld to kee ihe Bobcn.ts forever doso to .fho via itors' goal. Facing certain defeat as the fourt quarter wore on, Ihe Panthers resort cd to long pases and frantic lin plays. They made good three p«s.se during the game, while Hope mad none. Hope ignored the aerial pla as an offense, and had good lucl breaking up the visitors' passing game The teams were even on firs clowns, eight apiece; but Camden suf fcred from disastrous fumbles, an< Hope followed the breaks with cagl< eye and sure fingers. Hope Kicks Off Hope kicked off. Camden earner first down—then Brown intercepted a pass; and on the next play Payn went around right end fpr 20 yards Brown made no gain. Payne advanced two yards. Brown advanced four yards to Camden's 7-yard line—bu the Panthers held, and Hope lost Ihi ball on downs. The Panthers lined up to punt fron behind their own goal-line, but Richards blocked the kick. Hope was second late getting on the ball, and a Camden player covered it for a safety, Scorn: Hope 2; Cnnulvn 0, Camden kicked lo Hope';) H-.VHTO lino. Hope tried » pa.ss, incomplete, and kicked to Camdon's Xi-yan, marker. Camden made first down and (he ball Wil.s on their own 45-yard. Hope held, and Ciimden kicked. Kencdy blocked it, but Camden recovered the ball on their own 40-yard, but lost it on downs on their own 48- yard. Hope's ball. Speedy made one try. no gain, and Hope kicked. The first quarter ended with Hope kicking to Caindcn's 25 yard-line, and a 5-yard penalty for Hope, offside on the closing play. Bulletins \VASmNCJTON.-r/1>)-Thc NKA Snturady refused lo c'xlcnd for H new period minimum prices on automobile tires. Prices expire Salurdny night. Limited Derailed; 2 Enginemen Dead Gotham Express Wrecked in Ohio on Hitting Stalled Automobile : CONVOY, Ohio.— (IV}— The engineer and fireman of the Gotham limited, en route from Chicago to New York. were killed Saturday when part of the train was derailed after it had stuuck a stalled automobile. No passengers were injured seriously. i Training School Will Open Sunday Promotion Day to Be Observed at First Baptist Church Virginia Gangsters Escape Richmond Jail; Guard Killed Legenza and Mais Shoo Way to Freedom—Kill 1, Wound 2 RUSE SUCCESSFUL On Way to Conference With Attorcny They Suddenly Draw Guns RICHMOND, Va.—(/I 1 )—Walter Lc gonza and Robert Mais, members o a notorious tri-state gang under sen tcnce of death for murder, escapee from the Richmond city jail Saturday after critically wounding a guard anc two jail attaches. The two criminals had been brougb from their cells to confer with an at tonicy on an appeal. They drew pistols on the guard and broke through Ihe reception- room, firing as they went. The gangsters commandeered a mai truck and drove away, subsequently abandoning the truck. Officers arc searching for the p,air Second Quarter Camden lost a yard on the first two plays, after changing goals, was penalized five yards for delay, and kicked. Hope's ball on Iheir own 35-yard line. Brown fumbled but Hamilton recovered. Brown picked up four yards on a fake kick. Hope then kicked to Camden's HI-yard. Camden fumbled and Hitchcock recovered for Hope on Camden's 26- yard line. A touchdown was in prospect. Payne ripped off five yards. Brown made first down—but Camden held on its 10-yard line, and Hope lost the ball.' Camden kicked out to Hope's -16- yard. Payne picked up nine yards, and Payne kicked. Camden quickly punted, and it. was Hope's ball on their own 41-yard line. Brown made a rousing run of ... yards to Camden's 11-yard line. Payne earned a yard off left end, and three yards off right tackle, putting the brill on Camden's 10-yard line. Payne went over for a touchdown. The kick was lost. Score: Hope 8; Camden 0. Third Quarter Hope kicked off, and it was Cain- den's ball en their own 20-yard line. * Camden punted out. An exchange of punts put Camden on Hope's 48-yard line, Camdcu passed 30 yards to Hope's 18-yard line. Fcndric intercepted 41 Camden pass, and it was Hope's ball pn their own 17-yard line. Hope 'kicked out—but Brown wus having-trouble-with u wet (Continued Oil Tuge Tluee) ....Sunday will be promotion clay at First Baptist church, and will also sec the beginning of a Sunday school training school and an enlargement campaign which will last throughout th'c week. The Sunday school;'will meet at 9:43 in their regular 'departmental'as- sembly rooms, and will spend a part of the hour there in making necessary reports. Following this the whole Sunday school will gather In the auditorium of the church and witnessMhc installation of the newly elected officers and teachers. Arthur Erwin, the new superintendent of the whole school, will relieve Lee Garland, retiring superintendent. of his duties and will then introduce the new departmental superintendents. They are: Mrs. Hugh Smith, adult; Mrs. W. B. Mason, young people; Mrs. A. C. Kolb, intermediate; Mrs. Henry Haynes, junior; Mrs. M. S. Bates, primary; Mrs. Joe Coleman, beginners; Mr.s. Ben Southward, cradle roll; Mrs. Allinc Johnson, general secretary; Miss Lillic Middlebroks, general treasurer. After the installation service the pastor will preach, using the subject, "Beauty and the Sordid." In the afternoon the census workers from most of the churches in the city will canvass Hope for information concerning Ihe church affiliations of (he .vhite population. These workers will !><: under the direction of J. P. Edmunds, slate socrcUiry of religious education for the Baptist Slate Convention. Guarantees No Radical Move Richberg Assures There Will Be No More Sweeping Changes . < WASHINGTON.— (/]>) — Administration assurances thai, "sweeping changes by sudden fiat will be discouraged" went out to business Friday from Ihe now multiple-bended Blue Eagle administration, This word came directly from Donold R. Richberg. lawyer who helped mold NRA policies in their Infancy, and who now directs an administration committee specially created to advise Mr. Roosevelt on NRA and other recovery policies. Simultaneously, Clay Williams, wealthy 50-year-old industrialist, was chosen to head the National Recovery Board now vested with all the business-bossing powers once wielded by Hugh S. Johnson. Over bolh groups—policy making and executive—Mr.' Roscvclt tigh.en- ed reins of personal supervision in guiding NRA toward next winter's legislatve gauntlet. Richberg's assurance to industry that no sudden upheavals need be expected was given at a crowded press conference called, he said, to avoid 'jiiisundersl.iiidijii; and misinterprcUi- ^ion" of the relationship between his Miiergciiey Indusl.rial Committee and he new NHA board. Dick Powell Gets Home Town Rally The Band, the Governor and the Mayor Turn Out for Movie Star LITTLE ROCK.—Dick Powell, mo- ric star, look the old home town by torm Friday night. Two thousand persons stood in Ihe ain at Municipal Airport to welcome (Continued on Pace Three) FLAPPER FANNY SAYS.- REQ. U. 8. PAT. OFF. Dizzy Dean Hurls St. Louis Into Tie for National Flag Both Cards and Giants Have Two More Games to Play BLANK CINCINNATI Look Away, Look Away, Look Away, Dixie Land Cards Play Them Twice Again, While Giants : Meet Brooklyn : ....ST. LOUIS.—(/?)—Jerome Herman (Dizzy) Dean, who has backed up his superb confidence by doing practically everything one man could for the Cardinals, pitched the St. Louis Club right into a tic with the idle New York Giants for the National League lead with a 4-to-O shutout of the Cincinnati Reds Friday. Pitching with only two days of rest, Dean made the Reds look like the dizzy ones as he limited them to six hits and struck out one for every blow. His victory was his 29th of the season, against seven defeats, and his sixth shuluot. He received able backing from his teammates in 23 well placed hits off Benny Frcy and Allyn Stout. St. Louis has two more games, against -the- Reds and Manager Frank Frisch plans to keep tossing Deans a the tailenders until they arc ready tc cry quits. Paul Dean. Dizzy's younger brother, is slated for mound duty Saturday and if that doesn't put the -ards ahead, Jerome will try it again Sunday. . ...''Only! Four .Reach Second So effectively did the elder Dean pitch that only four Cincinnati run- :iers got as far as second base and the Reds never got two hits in any one .nning. Jim Bollomly got lo second on a single and a sacrifice, Gorclo Sladc reached the same spot in the same way in the fourth; Adam Comorosky doubled to start the eighth and got no farther when Dizzy retired hree men in short order, Harlin Pool lit a double with two out in the ninth. Frcy was the victim of all the Car- inals scoring in three big innings in vhich Joe (Ducky) Malwick and aptain Leo Durocher led the attack. VIedwick made three hits, including triple that accounted for the first un and he and Durochcr each dro,vc i two tallies. Frisch Scores Manager Frank Frisch set the style or his club when he doubled after wo were out in the third and scored hen Mcdwick clammed his three agger down the right field foul line. Bill Delancoy opened the fourth in- Even a two-faced girl needs only (jiie make-up. Mrs. W. H. Barlow. Bluffjity, Dies Funeral Is Held There for Nevada County Resident, Aged 74 Mrs. W. II. Barlow, 74. died September 2 2at her home in Bluff City, burial being held the following day in the Bluff City ccmtcry. She was known in Ilemp.stond county where several relatives reside. She is survived by her husband, four sons, J. E. Dai-low, A. B. Barlow, W. K. Barlow and .7. D. Barlow; three daughters, Mrs. Waller Moore, Mr.s. ,1. I. Harvey, and Mr.s. S. C. Ncal; one- sister, Mr.s. Amanda Grimes. Four brothers, John. Will, Robert and Jim Weaver, all of Smithvillc, Okla., 18 grand children and three !rcat (.'rand children. Ball Club Is Entertained Here Cement Company Host to Baseball Team at Hotel Barlow Friday A banquet was held ;it Hotel Bur- l'j\v Kriday niclit in honor uf Ihe Okay )»i.chall team which finished the.- i-c:i.'.i.ii with oS victories against i\ fle.cats. The banquet, given lo Ihe players by Arkansas Portland Cement com- jiiny of Okay, was attended by: I!. Halbcrt, Bill Halbcrt. J. Toilette. T. Dildy. Ben Page, W. Wal'o-.-s. Le- lioy Hargins, Herbert Russell. H. An- liTsnn, Cariell Nurileiin and J. F. Kaufman. Mr. Kaufman aett-d iis luaslinaster. ing with a single and Ernie Orsalli oubled, moving him along lo third. Jurochrr came through with a time- single to score his two males but o Cards lost, mi opportunity for further scoring when Pepper Martin and Krisch filed out aftcs- Dean had sacrificed. Hothrock drew the only walk of the game between these two outs. The final run came in the seventh when Martin, first up, beat out a color to Second Baseman Kamporis for a hit. Rothrock and Frisch went down on infield grounders, Martin advancinq a base each time.. Mcdwick singled to score Martin with Ihe last run. Despite the Cards' great rush into a contending position, St. Louis fans still failed to show much interest in the contest. The attendance, held down somewhat by threatening weather, was officially announced as G,. r )00. Cattle Purchases Will Be Resumed Federal Government Is Forward ing New i Purchase Orders LITTLE HOCK.—The federal government's cattle purchasing program in Arkansas will be reopened soon, T. Roy Reid, .stale drouth relief director and assistant director in charge of the Agricultural Extension Service, was advised Friday in a telegram from Col. Philips Murphy, director of the naitonal Drouth Relief Service in Washington. Additional cattle purchase orders are being forwarded through Harry Pclric, dire.tor of the regional drouth relief office at Denver, Col., Mr. Reid was informed, but a subsequent telephone conversation Mr. Pclric said he had not received the purchase orders for Iran, initial lo Arkansas droulh relief authorities. No quotas were given, nor wa. th'.' length of time for continuance of I he callle purchasing program in emergency drouth relief counties indu-aled in the 1 telegram to Mr. Kt-id. Certificate Sale Is Again Outlined "otton Exemptions May Be Bartered If Recorded With Frank Hill WASHINGTON — (yp) — Liquidation of the Farm Administration's cotton .reducers' pool was ready to begin Saturday, following out the allocation of 20 million doll-iru to carry out the filial dclail.s of selling (he cotton or now loans. Officials hiipe approved liquidation and during Ihe coming wcels.s forms will be sent to (lie holders of cotton in the pool to sell it or take advantage of the new 12-cenls per pound Ionian advance of 2 cents per pound over 1933. 'MEMPHIS, Tcnn.—(/T>)—The appointment of the following community chairmen by the state housing directors was announced Saturday through the office of Hugh Humphreys, director of the Fifth Rcjfioh of the Federal Housing Administration: Arkansas- Virgil II. Davis, Scarcy; Will D. Vance, Russcllvillc; and Cleon Cheek, Morrilton. Futrell Silent on U.S. Relief Threat Arkansas Not in a Position to Help Bear Expense, Belief Certificate Sale The procedure for selling surplus tax-exemption cotton certificates was announced here Saturday by Frank J. Hill, asistant in the cotton adjustment program being curried on in Hcmpstcad county. Local sales and the procedure- as outlined by Mr. Hill are: "Any producer holding such surplus certificate or certificates may sell, barter, exchange, or assign to any other cotton producer situated within the county where the certificates were originally issued at the irice fixed under section 101 of these cotton regulations which is 4 cents icr lint pound. "In such case the statement prescribed in section 1.02 shall be cxecut- d and filed with the appropriate assistant in the cotton adjustment of- ice here. "Both (Tie owner of (In: surplus tax- exemption certificates and the per.on Jesiring to buy same come to the Bounty agent's office before Ihe Irans- Ter can be made. "Ginners in this county are again uryed not to accept any detached portion or portions of tax-exemption ccr- lificiile..." Testimony Studied NEW YORK-Oickcrson N. Hoover, chairman of the federal board iiuiuir- inu into the Morro Castle dis.as.ler. Saturday began a study of ihe testimony taken in three weeks of public hearings, preparatory to submitting a report to his superior. Secretary of CYmmcici; Roper. Hoover indicated he expected l-> reporl ready -.vithin LITTLE ROCK-(/P)-Governor Futrell had no comment to make Saturday upon Relief Administrator Harry L. Hopkins' assertion that federal relief funds might not be granted next winter to those states which do not bear part of the relief load. Arkansas has not been in n position to make contributions toward match.- ing federal funds, Gopernor Futrell said. have Ins weeks. Hearst Ridicules Sinclair Platform California Socialist's "Cure-All" Is "Kill- All", -HcJDeclares NKW YORK.- (/I') -William Randolph Hearst Will not support Uplon Sinclair in the California gubernatorial race. He attributed the support of Sinclair partly "to the fact that we are not calm and conservative people like Ihe Kn^lish. but are more like various 1-iirupeaii nations, dispo.-ed lo ?;o headlong into the support of radical- isiu as a cure-all." "Personally. I think it i: ; a kill-all," lit- said. Hearst said the world ha.- hail l.'i yeai.-; of radicalism in Russia, "and the people ar-.- still starving." "To my mind." he continue.I. "ll is apiece of intolerable impudence for a .-el. of visionary Ihcori.ts suddenly I odecide that I be American system of government, which has proved to be Ihe iii<>;; successful in the world, should be abandoned in f.iv>r of i'ie politic;;! experiment.; of foreign n.i- Church Picnic for First Methodist Church-Wide Event Is Scheduled for Fair Park Thursday Night Thursday night, October 4, the church school of First Methodist church will sponsor a church-wide basket picnic of the old style. The place will be Fair park. A committee under the leadership of J. K. Sale will have charge of the, grounds aiTiingcmcnls. Lights will be arranged, ice water provided for, la- bles will bo made ready, and fires made. No fornifil program bus been arranged, as the purpose of the meeting is for the members of the church and their friends to get together in old, fashioned informality. All that is ask- i cd is for each family to bring a picnic' Basket. The meal will be spread al j i:30 o'clock. The transportation committee un- ler the leadership of W. II. Olmstcad vill provide a way for those who do lot have cars lo gel to the park and Jack home. Those who desire this issistance will please call him. The pastor of (he church says that his is the finest way for the entire icmbcrship of the church and their riends to get together and enjoy an vcninc; of informal fellowship. Mosl f the church meetings are cither for special groups, or their purpose is something other than neighborly meeting for the plcascurc of getting together. In Ihe past few years sonic of the churches have been doing this and have had a great time in just being together for an evening. Special Panel in Bronx Court to Be ^ Asked Wednesday; District Attorney Foley Pushing New York Ex, ibrtion Case TRIAL TO~BE. EARLY K1 o p p e n b u r g, Haupt-'?£ mann's Closest Friend, fff Again Examined NEW YORK.—(/P)-District Attorney Samuel J. Foley said Saturday that early next week three psyehia- tirsts, one appointed by the dsitrict attorney's ofice, one by the State of New Jersey, and one by the defense, ' will examine Bruno Richard Hauptmann, indicted for extortion in the Lindbergh kidnap case. A Early Trial NEW YORK.-(.P)-District Attorney Samuel J. Foley said Saturday that next Wednesday he will submit a motion in Bronx county court for a special jury panel in order to get tinder way as quickly as posible the Irial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, >• ndictcd for extortion as the receiver of the Lindbergh 550,000 ransom payment. The actual date of the trial will be determined at a conference between .he prosecutor and defense counsel. Foley did not indicate what date he expected the case here to go to trial, _ut said he would make the motion 'or the special, panel order to accelerate preparations for the trial, Hans Klopponburg, who was ques- ioned by members of the district at- orney's staff for several hours Friday, was recalled for further ques- ioning Saturday, , Foley said Kloppenburg was a close , riehd of Hauptmann and ''because he ' was closer to Hauptmann than, anyone ret ^ji-dtlttiodi'wQ ntf" l qu8stlo_ap£J;iSl 1 '> t great length." -;—• • , t»»«». *— ^ong Men Accused of Buying Votes nformation Filed Against 4 State Workers at New Orleans NEW ORLEANS.—(/P)—The office f District Attorney Eugene Stanley Friday delivered a blow to the state olitical organization of Senator Huey Long and Gov. O. K. Allen by f 11- ig bills of information in criminal district court against four state em- ployes charging fraud hi the September 11 Democratic primary when the Long candidates were swept into office in the New Orleans congressional districts over those of his political foe, Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley. The bills of complaint charged that on election day the accuse dworkcrs gave J200 to Robert Gomillion, reput- c dcniployc of the government transient office here, with which to purchase votes of persons who were not registered to vote and who did not possess qualification papers. It was alleged that the votes were chased in the Second ward at $1 a vote and that eight of 10 persons named in the bills voted twice in the Second ward on fraudulent papers, once in the Third precinct and once i the Fourth precinct. It was alleged tha tthe votes were cast at ?l apiece for the Long candidates in New Orleans against Ihe can- didales .sponsored by the Old Regular political organization of Walmsley. Those against whom Ihe bills of in- formalion were filed were: Edward Burke, superintendent of the Board of Control of the New Basin (Continued on Page Three) Markets Hope Cotton Exchange two lions, which .ir .IT iluui we ;u miCLunsurc-ibly wor:-e Prosecution Asked in Vote Stealing "Hallo. Box~Dillingers" Denounced in Ashley County Resolution HAMBURG, Ark.--At the conclusion i;f a two-hour discussion punctuated by bilter personalities and stinging accu.-ations, a mass meeting of indignant Ashley comity eiii/.ens adopted a resolution here Friday calling upon' peace olficers and court officials to aiTest, try. and punish the "ballot box ' Dillinycr.-," who stole ballot, lists of j voters and their election records from ;e\ery ballot box in the county soon, j after ihe run-off primary. Augu.st 28. j (Continued on Page ThreeJ New York Cotton Open High Low Close Oct. - 12.20 12.40 12.20 12.10 Dec. - 12.34 12.52 12.33 12.52 New Orleans Cotton ! Oct. — 12.41 J2.41 12.40' 12.41 ! Dec. — 12.38 12.54 12.38 12.51 Chicago Grain I Open High Low Close ! Wheat — Dee. 103 : 'i 10.. : '.'i 102 : '« 103 ! Corn — Dec 78'.i 78'. ! j 773.. 78 i Closing Stock Quotations | American Can 98 7 » I American Smeller 35 i American Telephone 111 1 ,-. ; Anaconda ll-'is ' Alchison Sl 1 -^ ] Chrysler 34-":» General Motors 29 : li ^ocony Vacuum ll-ii* U. S. Steel 3:.'H Standard Oil of N. J 13 Little Ruck Produce Hens, heavy breeds, per ib 10 lo lie Hens. Leghorn breeds, per Ib D lu lOe Broilers, per Ib 10 to 12c Springs, per Ib li! to Kio Rooster;., per Ib 4 to 5c candled, per do^ 20 to 2.o

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