Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 20, 1937 · Page 6
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, December 20, 1037 Onion War Chest Drive on Ford Delay Wage Demands on - Others Until Ford Is "Organized" DETROIT, Mich.— (/Pi— Despite curtailment in employment in the automobile industry which union leaders admit has made inroads on the income of the United Automobile Workers Union, all resources of the union are being concentrated in a "half million dollar war chest" for organization of the ford Motor Company sources close to the U. A. W. disclosed over the week-end. Richard T. Frankensteen. U. A. W. vice president, said that to date 530,000 has been collected by a SI assessment on all union members who work five or more days a month. Althougi. current unemployment has affected 45 per cent of the U. A. W. membership! in Detroit, he said, much more is ex-' pected from this source at the end of the month. The union's general fund has been pledged to the drive on the big Rouge plant of the Ford company of Dearborn. Union members here see organization of the Ford plant as a necessity before wage increases can be won from other plants that "signed" with the U. A. W. last winter. Since the unauthorized sitdown in the Fisher Body plant at Pontiac a month ago. there has been no major labor disturbances in the industry, and labor leaders, CALL NUMBER 8 NEISQN- HUCKINS ON WASH Representative JACK WITT Housing Bill Rushed to Senate for Action WASHINGTON -(/tV- Congressional leaders rushed the housing bill to the senate Monday in an attempt to enact one major Measure before the midweek adjournment of the special Session. , RussransjPut To (Continued from Page One) North Caucasus .who Jjecwne tnmous, tof -his deflations , of .Cossacks In , E.' B. C^kh<k«Mvifl.* Sfefesian °' w: icvik,'8rt<J.'A..' pf'Me>W6tt, whose t -if- .. COW*.. <917.8VMEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. 8. PAT. OFF. '''Boss, yef wife's otilside—and, incidenlally, do I gel 1 • : r • -• . ••/• i'v. • "','-. that -"'"•~'' among them Lev>fs, h^w been reported in opposition' to any "pressure" on employers unlit the-i Ford camtJai'gri' is completed. " >' , '•• ' " The union is cohtaihuing attempts to distribute literature at ,th'e gates' of the Rouge plant, despite the, arrest last week, of 184 U. A. W. distributors 5 for what Dearborn police said ^was obstruction of traffic: The. previous week 60 were jailed, on, the same charge. • The union- aiuioUncqd Sunday hat it' would distribute a Christmas edition of its paper- at the plant- gates Iliursday. ' ; .'.' .''. Teachers to^Get • (Continued from.Page .One) ng a teacher to'take this-course. The Pine Bluff Chamber of Comnierce air p passed a, resolution urging,the Pine Bluff High ^School to' introduce driv- I er training .in the 11th and. 12th "grades and send a teacher to prepare for teaching this course. The Arkansas Automobile club announces that it will furnish text books and other class material to-high schools in the. cities where the club has supporting membership without charge la; either the schools or students. In announcing this course in automobile driving and highway traffic safety, President James R. Rhyne of the club states that one of the most important questions before citizens today is the reduction of highway accidents and this can best be accomplished by drivers training from high school age in not onty a knowledge of how to drive but with a sense of responsibility toward other drivers and society generally. In night rescue work, the coastguard uses powerful acetylene searchlights, practically wind and. waterproof, which shed a diffused ligh{ over the. field of operations. Bolshevik, - circles. '•The l»rc.;n<W<uAeemtnt, ^Vhich gave 1 no ddla'ifcf 6? tHsfcttafgeS, *»id the men : were trlctt'tJfeceftbei' 1 arid the exe- < cution carried out, presumbaly within' 24 hours. Near East Unrest Involved Most of the men shot had held im- porfant posts. Larin was an economic historian of some distinction and a former president of the Soviet Anti-Alcoholic League. Orakhelashivili, a former president of the Transcaucasian republic, was vice premier of Soviet Russia for two years by virtue of his vice chairmanship of the Council of Peoples' Com- j mUsars. One of the founders of thej Communist party in 1903, he was at, one time a member of the party's Central Executive Committee and an editor of Pravda, official party newspaper. As five of the executed men dealt with diplomatic or frontier affairs in 1 the Near East there was speculation j whether they might not have been suspected of complicity in a nationalist separatist movement'for which many others have been tried in recent months. Homicide Charge (Continued from Page One) $25 and sentenced to one day in. jail, j Melvin Jones, assault with intent to kill Otha Frieson by cutting him with n knife, examination waived and held for action of Hempstead circuit court under $250 bond. I Vess Scott, petit larceny, plea of guilty and fined $25 and sentenced to one day in jail. Dudney Gee was asquittcd on a charge of wife abandonment, D. D. Carr, drunkenness, 10. He was acquitted on a charge of driving an automobile while drunk. Harlin Purtle, operating an automobile without a license, J10. Harvard College library, which started in 1638 with 300 volumes, now has more than 2,000,000 volumes. i tew •Cheek the low Then you'll know Chevrolet is the outstanding value for 1938 /CHEVROLET Remember, foo, that Chevrolet is the only car that gives you all these modern features at such low delivered prices: 85-H.P. VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE _• f PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES \ GENUINE KNEE-ACTION* it ALL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL BODIES •h ; *V FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION p %f" ' ,-. . • .•> TIPTOE-MATIC CLUTCH 'On Ss/ti Cerp 9 raii«i>, Young Chevrolet Co. Hope, Arkansas Ross Falls-—Loses to Love Barney Ross and his bride, the former Pearl Siege] of Now York, drink a toast to n happy future after their wedding in Chicago. Following a three u-cc-Rs' honeymoon in Bermuda, tho welterweight champion will train for a prospective title defense in May. 7 Held onCharges (Continued from Page One) the rein.mning perstiiis named in the complaint will take place fit once, Mr. Isgrifi said. Those named by the United States attorney m the complaints, in addition In the seven persons arrested, it re: M. Smith, A. E. Criscn, H. K, Crisco, A. F. Hoopor and F,. W. Weir of McRnc and vicinity, and G, R. Butler, L. C. Ramsey, M, D. Michaels, J. W. Albert, W. B. Adcock and J. B. Tharp, all of I'angburn, White county. W. Somerset Maugham lias had a basis in his own life for many of Ihe experiences attributed to his fictional characters. He was horn in Franco, educated in England and Germany, trained HS a physician and surgeon, and was a secret agent during the World war. ANNOUNCEMENT Curley Young of Hope has been appointed dealer for the Taylor Young Air Plane Company of Alliance, Ohio. Mr, Young will have the dealership for 10 South Arkansas counties. Construction of a fire-proof hangar with three concrete runways will begin within the next two weeks. The airport is to be east of Hope. -Adv. 1937—THE PENNEY YEAR! CONTINUING PENNEY'S CAPACITY DAYS WITH VALUES THAT SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL! We Have Regrouped and Repriced Our Merchandise in Line With Today's Market—So You Can Give More and Spend Less. SHOP AND SAVE AT PENNEY'S. 200 LADIES DRESSES 12 to 42 Repriced $1.50 ea. LADIES COATS Must Go 12 to 40 $12-00 maam Give Her a PULLMAN ROBE W&vl HBB 50 Pairs Ladies SHOES Your Chance to Save pr. m 72x84 Down Filled COMFORTS Rayon Celanese Covered $411,75 Each 1& — • Give Materials 39-inch Washable RAYON 49C yd I Ladies Twin SWEATER SETS 34 to 40 LAPIES DRESSER SET The Ideal Gift ,75 LADIES 2-Thread Silk HOS pr. LADIES NOVELTY PURSES 98c 81x99 NATION WIDE SHEETS ,, 93c 81x105 RAYON BEDSPREADS ea . $3.98 72x84 Part Wool Double BLANKETS V 20x40 Pastel Colored Bath Towels „ 15c ea. 70x80 All Wool Single BLANKETS $498 LADIES LONG SLEEVE House Frocks ea 98c 70x80 Part Wool Single BLANKETS 63o CHILDRENS 2 to 8 SWEATERS ea. Boy's Popeye Sweat SHIRTS 49c For Children—2 to 8 Riding Suits $1. LADIES CYNTHIA SLIPS 98c Dainty Rayon Novelty PANTIES SF.JI.W Ladies Novelty Night GOWNS eJI-98 LADIES BEMBERG GLOVES !*8c Ladies Satin Gowns or PAJAMAS e LAPIEs" MANIClW SETS 49cro$2.98 House Shoes pr . 98c Men's Dress SHIRTS 14 to 17 You Can't Give Him Too Many 98c ea. MEN'S LEATHER JACKETS 34 to 46 ea. I MEN'S ALL WOOL ^EATEl 36 to 42 ea. MEN'S ALL WOOL Townclad SUITS tjg.75 Each Men's Rayon DRESSING ROBES $A.98 $H.9 MEN'S Fast Color $1.98 4 W MEN'S GLADSTONE BAGS $A.90 JT , V €? . I 1 E N N K'-,« COMPANY, I « . c o * p o * ACROSS STREET FROM POSTOFFICE I WHERE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES) Penney's Have the Toy You Want!! ELECTRIC TRAINS $ft.90 MECHANICAL $i.89| TRAINS I WAGONS 98c TRICYCLES $1.98 TOY CARS 25c-98c DOLLS 49 to $2.98 DOLL $1.98 $«.98| BUGGIES to W - Roller Skates, pr. 98c Picture Machines . $2.98 FILMS 59c to $1.98| CEDAR CHESTS .98 POPEYE 25c WAGONS $1.98 DISHES 98c TRUNKS, ea. 98c Sewing Sets lOc HARPS 10c BLOCKS 25c CARNIVAL . 98c Filling Station 79d AIRPORT 98c Target Game 25c FURNITURE 49c CHINA CLIPPER 25c| FOOTBALL 98c TANKS 98c TYPEWRITERS $1.8f MUSICAL TOP 25c Cash Register $1.00 KITTY CAT 25c RACERS 25c MODELING SETS 25c TOY MONEY 25c HORNS 10c TEDDY BEARS 98c| CARPET SWEEPERS SLATES ea.

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