Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1934 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX Insull Co. 'Forgot' toShowWriteoff Squeezed Out Watered Stock, But Didn't Tell Investors CHICAGO—(#•)—The story of efforts to omit a $34,954.153 write-off •from the statements of Corporation Securities Compnny of Chicago was vnfoldcd Wednesday in the mail fraud trial of Samuel Insull and 16 co-defendants. ;A letter inquiring into the legs I justification for the omission was added to the head of prosqcution evidence while Van Lamont, former comptroller of Halsey.'Stuart & Co. Cccupied the witness stand. Lamont also related that stock purchased by the concern Insull had foundede immediately prior to thr financial debacle of 1929 at a cist ol $31500,000 was written up on the books at a value of $15.000.420. and that stock bought at 513.000.000 wa^ written Up to a value of 530,000,000. Lament readily answered inquiries into the huge and complicated financial transactions, while Insull and his coc'efendants sat in intent silence. His disclosures made him the star witnes' to date in the proceedings. The heavy write-off was made on the company's inventory pieliminatv to Ihe filing of its statement with the 'Chiiato Stock Exchange in the fail. of 1923. Lamont brought out the corporation's desire to avoid embarrassing, reftrence to it in identifyhvg a letter written by Clarence T. Mac Jfctt'e, a defendant and secretary of Kalsey. Stuart & Co.. to W. J. Parkor of the law firm of Schuyler, Wriu- iield and Hennessy in January ef 1930. In; the letter Mac Nellie reminded Parker that the latter had advised that in all statements of the Corporation Securities Company ; the write- off should be mentioned. "This procedure," the letter said, "while undoubtedly being proper from a legal standpoint, means continually gringing up a sore spot." KITCHEN Sandwiching In a Good Time. BY MARY E. DAGtIE NBA Service Staff Writer Tho gang's nil together again after the summer separation. Those to-the- death bridge tournaments, interrupted by vacations and the distractions of outdoor life, are going full-tilt and almost every night a few couples drop in to sit until bedtime. It's lots of fun unless you're one of those hostesses who take being a hostess too seriously. The better way is to be nonchalant like the v ladies in the advertisement whom nothing can Tomorrow's Menu Breakfast: Peaches, cooked cereal, cream, fish and potato hash, raisin bran muffins, coffee. Luncheon: Oyster chowder, toasted crackers, tomato jelly salad, cheese cake, sweet cider. Dinner: Fot roast of beef with browned potatoes, creamed onions, bake dsquash, endive salad, baked apple pudding, milk, coffee. i&AT Tho role of history's most famous queen and chnrmer is Claiiclette Colbert's in Cecil B. DcMille's "Cleo- The state relief'organization civil •works in North Carolina gave employment to 967,545 persons during the fiscal year of 1933-34. Flush Poisons From Kidneys and Stop Getting Up Nights "' When you can can get for 35 cents a supremely efficient and harmless stimulant and diuretic that will flush from your kidneys the waste matter, poisons and acid that are now doing you harm, why continue to break yeaur restful sleep by getting up thru the night Just ask your druggist for Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules— 'fcut be sure and get GOLD MEDAL —right from Haarlem in Holland. Gjher symptoms of weak kidneys and irritated bladder are backache, puffy eyes, leg cramps, moist palms, burning or scanty passage. ever agitate. If you're the hospitable sort who likes to serve refreshments, keep your shelves Well-stocked with lots of the right kind of canned things and don't try to be elaborate in your sandwich-making. I have found that certain hot and quite simple sandwiches go well with coffee whc nthe evenings arc chilly, though my shrimp-and egg rolls are the crown of the evening to most of my guasts. For enough rolls : to serve eight once around, you must have: One cup cooked shrimp. 3 hard cooked eggs, 2-3 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon prepared mustard, 2 teaspoons lemon juice. >i teaspoon salt. Clean shrimp and cut fine. Add eggs, chopped fine, and remainder of ingredients. Mix well and spread between finger rolls that have been split and buttered. Hot Baked Bean Sandwich Two cups plain baked beans, 3 tablespoons chopped onion, 1 green pepper chopped. 2 tablespoons butter, 3 cups canned tomatoes, '/i teaspoon salt, 10 slices toasted bread. Cook chopped onion and green pepper in butter until soft but not brown. Add tomatoes which have been rubbed through a strainer to remove seeds, then salt, and simmer until thick, about one-half hour. Serve hot baked beans between two slices of toast with tomato sauce poured over. These sandwiches arc good made with toasted rye bread. You might have several kinds of bread at hand and let each guest choose and toast his own. Smothered Ham Sandwiches Five slices bread, 5 slices cooked ham. 1 egg white, 14 cup mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard. HOJPB a'l'AH. HOPE, ARKANSAS Will Protect tenants in 1935 Policy Is Announced to Guide Landowners This Autumn Thursday. October 11," 1934 patra," coming Sunday, Monday and ( Tuesday to the Saenger for Arkansas' first run showing. Featured arc Warren William and Henry Wilcoxon. Others appearing in the cast of the newest DcMillc spectacle are Ian Keith, Joseph Schildkraut, Gertrude Michael and Claudia" Dell. '"Cleopatra" was shown for the firs' time at the preview last Friday night to a good crowd who all acclaimed it a mighty fine picture and truly another greater show season hit. Not Dependable Boss—"When you called up my wife and told her I would be detained at the office, and would not be home until very late, what did she say?" Steno—"She said: 'Can I depend on that-' "—Vancouver Province. Beat white of egg until stiff. Slowly beat in mayonnaise and mustard. Lay slices of ham on slices of bread. Cover with mayonnaise mixture. Bake in very hot oven (475 degrees F.) for four minutes unti Ipuffed and brown. Serve at once. Cherry and Nut Sandwiches These are interesting little sweet sandwiches made with crackers. You can pass them with the last cup of coffee if you like to finish with a bit of sweet. Two tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons maple syrup, % cup confectioner's sugar, few grains salt, dusting of cinnamon, 5 tablespons maraschino cherries, 4 tablespoons chopped pecan meats, crackers. Cream butter, add maple syrup and gradually add sugar, salt and cinnamon. Then add maraschino cherries cut in small pieces and broken nut meats. If the mixture is too thick to spread, mositen with cream. Spread between crisp crackers and serve. FALL CLOTHES for MEN WASHINGTON. — (/!') —The Form Administration will take steps designed to assure the tenant farmer cquit- nhle treatment under next year's cotton adjustment program. It wa&.iearncd Wednesday that the adminsitratiofi shortly will call to the attention <jf landowners provisions in thei radjustment contracts specifically protecting tenants. These include pledges to maintain as far as possible the normal number of tenants and other employes, to permit all tenants to occupy their quarters, rent free, during the next season, and to make pro rate among tenants whatever acreage reduction is determined upon, to avoid throwing any out of employment. It was said authoritatively that the motive for this step was twofold First, to bring the provisions clearly into notice at about the time farmer owners and share croppers arc beginning their annual negotiations toward arrangements for next season, and second to make clear that the administration is goinf to insist upon complete fulfillment of those contract provisions. AAA officials have taken the position that no serious labor dislocation has been occasioned by cotton acreage reduction and their notice to landlords will carry no accusation that the latter have not been observing contract regulations. The decision to issue the notice was described in one source us merely precautionary. NRA Attacked at Labor Convention Speakers Declare It Organizes Management, But Not Labor SAN FRANCISCO-(/P)-An attack on the NRA as it applies to workers was launched before the American Federation of Labor convention here Wednesday. Robert J. Watt, a Massachusetts delegate, charged the collective bargaining clause of the recovery act had been ''used a.gainst the workers themselves," He asserted employers, including Henry Ford, had been permitted to interpret the act as they pleased. Matthew Woll of New York, a fed- eration vice president, said the recovery net virtunlly required employers to organize among themselves but sniil there was no comparable requirement that labor join in a majority movement for its own benefit. Labor, said Woll, must obtain the same right to organize as capital," or labor will be enslaved under the NHA instead of made free." Decisions of the National Labor Relations Board were critid/cd by Charles P. Howard, president of the International Typographical Union. "If we are to have a vital application of (lie NRA to the right of organized labor unions to bargain with employers," said Howard, "the federation will have to get a proper interpretation cf the recovery act." After hearing the criticisms, the convention adopted its Executive Council's report on unemployment, which placed the total number of unemployed at about 10,000,000. As a Matter of Fncl, No. Rodney (after being to Sunday school)—"Say, dad, our lesson told about the evil spirits entering the swine." Father—"Yes, my son. What do you wish to know?" Rodney—"Was that the way they got the first deviled ham?"—Pathfinder. She Can's Complain KM Pedlcr (to wife)—"Suffcrin" snakes. Florabel, you sold tlte wrong eggs to that last woman." Wife—"How so?" Pedler—"You sold her some of that lot we dated Sept. 10 and it's only Sept. 1 now."—Country Gentleman. Patmos The Pntmos school P. T. A. met at the school house October 5, for its regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Morgan Smith, president, presided. After the preliminary business the following program was rendered: Community singing, directed by »• Taylor. "What the P. T. A. Stands For," L. Gordon. "What the School Needs," S. H. Hamilton, "Ways to Rase Money," P. Taylor. Round table discussion on ways and means of securing funds for necessary equipment for the school. Invocation, Leonard Rogers. The sixth grade wen (lie prize > o1 ' the largest number of imrcnts present. After the business meeting » social hour of games and contests was cn- cnjoycd. Very Much Improved After Taking Cardui "I have suffered a great deal from cramping," writes Mrs. W. A Sewell, Sr., of Waco, Texas. "I would chill and have to go to bed for about three days at a. time. I would havo a dull, tired, sleepy feeling. A friend told me to try Cardui, thinking it would help me — and It did. I am very much improved and do not spend the time In bed. I certainly can recommend Cardui to other sufferers." Thousands or women tcstiry Cardui benefited them. It H does not bcncllt YOU, consult a physician. It has been estimated that Colom-I produce more than 4,000,MO.. hprsc- bin's waterfalls could be harnessed to | power. • . THE WISE OlD OWBL by Esso USE POOR FUEL AND YOU'LL FIND THAT YOU WILL GET THE BILL WITHOUT THE COOL CssolenG Gu&uut&e) SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE ESSO SERVICE STATION Third and L. & A. Tracks rh° nc G8 FRIDAY - SATURDAY FEATURES __^^_-_—^—••••^^^^^^^^^^MB^MMMMMMM********"'*'''* LADIES READY - TO - WEAR We have a quantity of Ladies Higher Priced Dresses we are closing out at '/o Price. See These i $• Ladies Swavel Jackets Only $1.98 Each Mens Felt Hats 98c Other Hats Priced $1.49, $1.98, $2.98 Mannel ;••; Outing Assorted and Solid; Color i 10c Yai . d ;: Mens Work Shirts 39c Other Shirts 69c, 89c and 98c Childrens Oxfords 89c Childrens Shoes 98c, $1.00 and $1.25 $2.49 Value Men's Work SHOES Special $1.98 MEN'S High Quality OXFORDS Kangaroo Leather $4.50 Compton Bros. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Next to Post Office Hope, Arkansas Kai- if Worsted Suits Hand Tailored $19.98 A smart showing of new fall colors and patterns, in blue, brown and grey. All Wool A good quality, ;ill wool worsted cloth \f J» that holds a press well, and will withstand many cleanings. Wide Trousers Trousers arc full cut and have 22-inch bottoms. Suits arc well tailored throughout in the latest authentic styles. A complete range of sizes carried in stock. Manhattan SHIRTS National! known Manhattan Shirts in while, brown, blue and grey solid colors. Will not shrink. Have full length sleeves. Corduroy Pants Heavy Weight $2,98 A real buy in heavy weight corduroy pants. Carried in dark blue and light and dark brown. Full cut throughout. A dandy item for chilly fall days. Corduroy Jackets To Match Companion jackets for the corduroy pants. A good looking Jacket for sports or work. $2.98 Manhattan SHIRTS & SHORTS each Shirts ;iro finely knitted cotton. Sliorts are broadcloth HIM! are full cut for comfort. Plenty of patterns to choose; from. REAL SHOE VALUES for Dress $5.00 :al comfort your feet. Vitality Health Style Genuine calf ikin Dress Oxfords in the comfortable "Vitality Health" style. Havu combination narrow heels and first quality oak-bend outer soles. In black or brown. for Work $1.98 A very durable shoe that fits your feet. ^•^S*^^ A heavy duty work shoe of full-stock Elk uppers ' with plain toe. Uskidc soles are standard nailed and sewed and have lull insulated middle soli. PATTERSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE West Second Street Good laste/ "It's toasted" V Ytur tkrut trtliclloit — afaimt irritation clean center leaves are used in Luckies—be- cause the clean center leaves are the mildest .leaves.., they cost more... they taste better. SSHEjSifti* ??:"-• "•

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