Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 13, 1937 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAfl, HOM8, ARKANSAS Monday, December 13,1937 Schmeling, Thomas Ready foi 4 Battle Max's Opponent Has Won 51 of His 56 Professional Fights NEW YOUK— (&— The heavyweight bout between Max Schmeling and Harty Thomas at New York, will be broadcast over NBC at 9:15 p. m. CSi Monday. NEW YORK — OP] — Herr Max Schmeling, the man who showed them Joe Louis could be whipped, returns to the boxing wars Monday night in a 15-round engagement with Harry Ihoraas, hard-hitting Chicago heavy, in Madison Square Garden. For Scnmeling this is merely the first of several warm up bouts to gear him for a June title struggle with Louis, whom Max kayoed last year. but it may prove a stiffer test than a lot of people (Schmeling included, figure. Thomas is not the best heavy- Veight in the world, but neither is he anybody's pushover. He is a rugged young man who has won 51 of his 56 professional fichts. Most of them were against second and third raters but Harry won 43 of them Via the knockout route. He has never been knocked down, much less knocked out. He is dead game and socks hard with either fist. Although Thomas has been the recipient of the most elaborate build-up given a fighter in recent years, not many rate him better than an outside chance to trim Max and upset the fistic apple cart. If "Der Sclager" has his way, there'll be no speedy knockout. Max needs work. Odds 6n the German soared from 2 {6 I to 3 to 1 Sunday with the iike- lihood they may be even higher when the boys clomb into the ring at approximately 9 p. rn. 'CSX). Little or no betting is reported. Cheered by Saturday's ticket sale, Promoter Mike Jacobs continued to insist the fight will gross $75,000, with between 15,000 and 17,000 customers in the stands. Champion Joe Louis got in Sunday and will be at the ringside. Weighing in ceremonies will be held in-the gardon at noon Monday. A Lone Wolf NEW YORK.—His five-year contract with Ed White having expired. Jim Londos is making hisLown matches on his wrestling comeback. Plans for This 5-Room House Show 3 Good-Sized Bedrooms *is $TO rf* 1 „„,. fe.I?»fI TT i -f «T I • ?s^?i? H vsw-??> i r I I L-JLt. T: e needs tor sleeping room space, cicset storjga. adequate kitchen design. an:l porch space In the five-room house nuv: h?en met completely In this house plan. The plan Is especially well adapted tor construction with native materials, such as rough siding or stone. There are two exteriors built around the same floor plan. No. 75140, as snown above, is a more formal design, with small gabled-root front porch. The other, Plan No. 75141, has the wide, shed-type porch across the entire-front of the houss. Complete working drawings for this house are available from the County Agent and Eome Demonstration Agpr.t z* this county. This house plan is one ot mors than a hundred designs ot farm buildings and equipment designed to m°ct Arkansas conditions by t'.ic University ol Arkansas College ' for the farm people of thin state Wright Brothers Flight Observed Army Air Corps Celebrates First Flight of 34 Years Ago WASHINGTON.—(/I 1 )—The Army Air Corps prepared 'Sunday night to spread its mighty wings this week in commemoration of the first flight of an airplane. Under orders from (he General Staff every military flying post in the country will send nil available aircraft aloft Friday, at the hour that Orville nnd Wilbur Wright made history 34 years ago. About 1,000 fighting planes are expected to salute the two former bicycle mechanics whose achievement began a new era in civilian nnd military communications. The Wright brothers made the first successful flight at Kill Devil Hill, a bleak sandy spit near Kitty Hawk, N. C., about 80 miles south of Norfolk, Vn. Great four-eng'med bombers, capable of carrying tons (if explosives at speeds i>f more than 200 miles per hour, swift pursuit and attack planes that can travel much more swiftly, and large transport planes equipped tn carry more than a full squad of men long distances will maneuver in nil parts ot' the country. The Rose Bowl Teams Have Been There Often Let 'Er Buck BOSTON. — Jock Portland, Boston ! Auburn Team Prepares for Orange Bowl Game AUBURN. Ala.—(.•?)—Auburn's Orange Bowl bound Plainsmen, who finished third with in the Southeastern conference on a "suicide" schedule. will begin preparation Monday for their Michigan State New Year's Day encounter. The Plainsmen marked time, more or less, from the time of the Orange Bow! bid until Southeastern conference approval was given for accept- iric*.-. Coach Jack Meagher was due KZ'K Monday from the conference n:eeting at Jackson, Miss. Last New Year's Day the Plainsmen Bruins' defense man. dons his hockey ' fought Villanova, with whom they pads when he retires at night to guard • played a scoreless dead-jock this against injury. He's subject ;o violent j season, to a 7-7 draw in Havana's nightmares. ' Rhumba Bowl. Negro Goodf ellow Drive Is Organized Ray Johnson Is Chairman of Hope Negroes' Xmas Campaign Ray Johnson will ' head the negro Gocdfellows campaign in Hope this year. He succeeds W. L. (Shorty) Holbert as chairman of the drive. Johnson asked that all needy negro families register with Chester H. Yerger. The negro Goodfellows club distributed needy Christmas gifts to approximately 50 families last year. John- said that authorized solicitors would canvass the town for funds. The proportion of Russian expatriates in theatrical and film centers proves that there has been no appreciable letdown in tsargazing. In Russia's first pop"!'"' election, '.he political football coaches will be iKiembled from among the most prominent old Lenin-grads. Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 9 OF HOPE. ARKANSAS PLAINTIFFS vs. NO 512G DELINQUENT LANDS, LOTS, BLOCKS, OR PARCELS OF LAND AND RAILROAD TRACKS AND RIGHTS OF WAY IN SAID DISTRICT DEFENDANTS AND IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CURB & GUTTER DIS- /CHEVROLET, ^ y^ ^ |^ ; ^ CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, Gentra/ Moton Sq't* CorpsrsKoii, PIT8QIT, MICHIQAN Young Chevrolet Co. Hope, Arkansas TRICT NO. 5 OF HOPE, ARKANSAS PLAINTIFFS vs. NO. 5125 DELINQUENT LANDS, LOTS, BLOCKS, OR PARCELS OF LAND AN£> RAILROAD TRACKS AND RIGHTS OF WAY IN SAID DISTRICT DEFENDANTS NOTICE All persons, firms or corporations laving or claiming an interest in any f the following descvibetl lands, lots, clocks, or parcels of land, railroad racks and rights of way, are hereby lotified and warned that separate suits are pending in the Chancery Court of Icmpstencl County, Arkansas, by the 3oard of Commissioners of each of the above named districtf, to enforce the collection of certain .delinquent taxes or assessments to each of the above •mined districts on the subjoined list if land, each supposed owner having TCCII set opposite his or her or its land, together with the amounts severally duo from each lot. block, or parcel to the said districts and Board of Commissioners as plaintiffs, to-wit: PARCEL NO. 1,, Name of owner as shown by books of iistricl: J. E. Cox (R. M. Berry) <J. D. B;ir- knv) Description of property: Lots 1. 2, ind I! in Block 5 in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1932, S29.75; 1933, $2975; 19M. S29.75; 1935; $29.75; 1936, $29.75; 1937, $29.75. PARCEL NO. 2 Name of owner as shown by books of district; Dell McRae Denty Description of property: Lot 11. Block 11, in City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $10.00; 1934, $10.00; 1935. $10.00; 1936, $10.00; 1937, $10.00. PARCEL NO. 3 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Arkansas Machine Specialty Company Description of property: All of Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 East of the Missouri Pa- c'ific Railway in Block 13 in the City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for year-, and in amounts as follows: 1933, $87.50; 1935, ?87.50. PARCEL NO. 4 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of F. T. Taylor and Naomi Taylor. Description of property: East Half of Lot 8 and all of Lots 9 and 10 in Block 13 in City of Hope. Delinquent : ::.:!" :!:-':::'. for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $32.00; 1934, $32.00; 1935, $32.00; 1936, $32.00; 1937, $32.00. PARCEL NO. 5 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of T. A. Turner. Description of Property: Lot 12, Block 13, City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 193-1, $28.25; 1936, $42.50; 1937, $42.50. PARCEL NO. 6 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Estate of Amanda V. Campbell. Description of property: Lot 10 and West Half of Lot 11, Block 19, City of Hope. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933, $16.75; 1934, $16.75; 1935, $16.75; 1936, $16.75; 1937, $16.75. PARCEL NO. 7 Name of owner as shown by hooks of district: 1 Estate of Artie Ncwcomb. i Description <>f properly: Lot 3,' Block 20, City of Hope. | Delinquent in each district for years ' and in amounts as follows: 1930, $16.75; 1931, $16.75; 1932, $16.75; 1933, $16.75; 1934, $16.75; 1935, $16.75; 1936, $16.75; 1937, $16.75. PARCEL NO. 8 Name of owner a.s shown by books of district: Horace Cooper. Description of property: Part of Lot . Slavack Addn. described as follows; j beginning at the SW corner nf Lot 3, Slavack Addn., thuice Northeasterly ilong the South line of said Lot 3, 150 t., thence North 17'^ degrees West 50 ft. to the point of beginning, thence West IT'/z degrees South to the East ino of North Ha/el St.. thence South \long the East line of said Hazel St., to the Southwest corner of said Lot 1, thence Easterly along the South line of said Lot 1, 150 ft., thence North 17k- degrees West to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years nd in amounts a.s follows: 1931, 51.25; 19.'!2, $1.25; ITO, $1.25; 1934, $1.25; 1935, $1.25; 1936, $1.25; 1937, $1.25. PARCEL NO. D Name of owner as shown by books of i district: J. A. Taylor Estate. Description of property: Part of NE'/iSW'/i Sec.-. 28 Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner of Block 3, City of Hope, and run North 17'/2 degrees Went 60 ft. to the North line of 4th St., tKjnce East 17'.-is degrees North along the North lino of 4lh St. 209 ft. to point of beginning, thence North 17Va degrees West 124 ft. thence East 17Va degrees North to a [x>int 70 ft. West and 17 ¥2 degrees North of the West line of North Ha/.el St., thence South IT-j degrees We.st 4 ft. thence East 17 Va degrees North 70 ft. to the We.st line of North Ha/el St., thence Southerly along the We.st line of said Hazel St.. 120 ft., thence West 17Vi degrees South lOO'/i ft., to the point of beginning. Delinquent in cuch district for years and in amounts u.s follows: 1932, $18.75; 1933, $18.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935, $18.75; 1936, $18.75; 1937, $18.75. PARCEL NO. 10 Name of owner as shown by books of ) district.: Newt Little. Description of propeity: Psrt of NE',4 SW,.i Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W. described ti.s follows: Beginning at the NW corner of Block 3, City of Hope, run thence North 17'/i degrees West to the North line of 4th St., thence East 17',-, degrees North along the North line of 4th St. 134 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East llVt degrees North 75 ft., thence North Wk I degrees West 150 ft., thence West 17% degrees South 75 ft,, thence South If & legree East 150 ft. to the pttlnt of beginning. Delinquent in cnch district for years and in amounts as follows: 1932, $11.25; 1933, $11.25; 1934, $11.25; 1935, $11.25; 1936, $11.25; 1937, $11.25. PARCEL NO. 11 Name of owner us shown by books of listrict: Berry Sanders. Description of property: Part of NEl i SW'/i Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., describod at follows: Beginning nt the NW corner of Block 3, City of Hope, thence North 17',-i degrees West 160 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East 17',i degrees North 134 ft., thence North \1Vi degrees West 50 ft., thence West 17 ',i degrees South 134 ft., thence South 17Vi degrees East 50 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1931. $3.75; 11)31, $3.75; 1937, $3.75. 1932, $3.75; 1935, $3.75; 1933, $3.75; 1936, $3.75; PARCEL NO. 12 Name of owner as shown by books of district: ,f. A. Sullivan (stucco apartment house' Description of proj>erty: Part of NW':i SW'.i Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W.. described a.s fohow.s: Beginning at the NW corner. Block 5, City of Hope, thence North 17' 2 degree West 429 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East IT-.' degrees North along the South line of 5th St. 142 ft. thence South 17'A degrees East H3 ft., thence West 17^ dcgjves South 142 ft. to the East line of Elm Street., thence North 17'.-a degrees West along the East line of Elm St. S3 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and In amounts as follows: i 1933, $31.25; 193-1, $31.25; 1935. $31.25; 1937, $31.25. PARCEL NO. 13 Nnmo of owner as shown by books ot district: First National Bank (Fay F. Sadler) Description of properly: Part of NEMt SW'/4 Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described as follows: Beginning a( the NW corner, Block 5, City of Hope, thence North 17 te degrees West along The East lino of Elm St. 286 ft. to the point of beginning, thence Eost 17V4 degrees North 142 ft., thence North 17Vi degrees West 60 ft., thence West 17Vj degrees South 142 ft, to the East lino of Elm St., thence South IT/4 degrees East along the East line of Elm St. 60 ft. to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts ns follows: 1932, $18.75; 1933, $18.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935, $18.75; 1936, $10.00; 1937, $10.00. PARCEL NO. 14 Name of owner ns shown by books of listrict: First National Bank (W. C. Taylor) Description of property: Part of NE'/t SW'Xi Sec. 28, Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W., described ns follows: Beginning at the NW corner, Block 5, City of Hope, thence North 17M> degrees West along the East line of Elm St. 226 ft. to the point of beginning, thence East l7'/i degrees North 142 ft., thence North 17',-s degrees We.st 60 ft. thence West 17 M; degrees South 142 ft., thence South 17'A degrees East along the East line of Elm St. 60 ft., to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1933. $18.75; 1934, $18.75; 1935, $18.75; 1936, $18.75; 1937, $18.75. PARCEL NO. 15 Name of owner as shown by books of district: Mrs. Jennie Barlow. Description of properly: Part of N',i SWVj Sec. 28 Twp. 12 S. Rg. 24 W. described as follows: Beginning nt the NE comer Block 0, City of Hope, thence North 17'A degrees West nlong the West line of Elm St. 549 ft. thence West mi degrees South 158 ft. to the point of beginning, thence South 17Vj degrees East 267 ft. thence West 17',i degrees South to the East line of nn extension of Vine St. (now Louisiana St.) thence Northerly along the East line of said extension of Vine St. 2G7 ft, thence East 17V% degrees North to the point of beginning. Delinquent in each district for years and in amounts as follows: 1934, $1.25; 1938, $1.25; 1937, $1.25. All persons, firms, nnd corixirntioris interested in miy of the said properly are hereby wurnetl nnd notified Hint they are required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense .0 said suits, or the same will be taken 'or confessed, and final judgment will ac entered in each of said suits, directing the sale of said lahds for the purpose of collecting said delinquent taxes or assessments, together with the payment of interest, penalty, attorney's fees and court costs adjudged against each tract. The amount of the delinquencies for each yoar in one of tile said districts i.s the amount .shown. A like amount exists in the other district, as these districts cover the .same territory, and the .snnie delinquencies exist against the property in each district. WITNESS My hand and the seal of the Clumcery Court of Ilt'inpstend County, Arkansas, this 19 day of November, 1937. RALPH BAILEY Clerk of Chancery Court of Hempsleud County, Arkansas. THE PENNEY YEAR We have a Complete Stock of Merchandise for Your Every Need. Also a Complete Line of Toy and Gift Items. Shop and Save at Penney's. Ladies Fitted Outing Flannel ea. Ladies Dainty RAYON ea. 84x108 RAYON Bedspreads ea. LADIES NOVELTY Black-Brown ea. ALL WOOL SINGLE 7(1 x 81) ea. Vi x fU Down Filled Comforts sit- Kiiyi 12 (,'elauc.su Kiiyuu Cover $•19,75 ea. LADIES WINTER OOA 12 to 13 to 20 .83 24x48 Bath TOWELS ea. 81x99 NATION WIDE SHEETS «, 93c 72x84 hart Wool Double BLANKETS .$279 36-inch HEAVY OUTING FLANNEL 10c 80x105 KAYON BEDSPREADS „. $1-49 ea. Ladies and Girls Riding PANTS pr. Ladies Brushed Wool Sweater Sets 39-inch Washable Rayon Dress Goods yd . 49c LADIES SATIN PAJAMAS 2 36-inch Fast Color Dress PRSNT lOc 70x80 Part Wool Single BLANKETS -.JUDO Ladies Full Fashioned SILK HOSE P ,49c LAUIEb ALL RUBBER GALOSHES 98c MEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATERS ,$298 MEN'S COTTON SUEDE SHIRTS 98c •'"" MEN'S BIG MAC Work Shirts „. 69c ea. MEN 7 S HAND MADE NECKTIES ,49c MEN'S 12 Lb. WINTtR UNIONS 69c 2 to 16 WIN TER UNIONS MEN'S JERSEY GLOVES 2 p t 25c Men's Dress 14 to 17 ea. MEN'S BELTED TOPCOATS 36 to 40 $JQ.OO Men's Leather Wil.slwble Goatskin ;»; to 12 ea. Give Him a Suit! PENNEY'S Townclad 34 to 42 $ Each Men's Fancy Broadcloth Men's Rayon LOUNGING Men's Dress Bill "2 Fust Color—Full Cut II ID 17 In Christmas lloxes eu. Men's Fancy DRESS SOX pr. J . C-V P E N' N E V C O M P A N 0 Y r a t e d ACROSS STREET FROM PQSTOFFICE WHERE HOPE SHOPS ANP SAVES I

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