Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 17, 1936 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, January 17, 1936
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Tixarkana Playing Hope Banks Report Hope Here Friday Good Year for '35 , HOPE, ARKANSAS _ With Last Year's First National, Citizens : .Champions to Be Called National Re-Elect Of- at 7:30 o'Clock ficers for'36 ' The Hope High SVh iol basketball team meete its second major opponent tri* the Iccat floor Friday nifcht. "The Bobcats tnke >n Toxarknna (Arfc.) High School, champions of district If) last season. Texarknna is reported to have another Strong aggregation this year and a tough battle looms for Coach Fey Mammons" team. Ihe door? open at 7 p. m. The game sttirts half an hour later. Admission will be 5 cents f;;r students, 10 cents for faculty members, nnd 25 cents for other adults. The probable starting Hone lineup: 'Reese and Turner, f .irwurdy; Ram- sfey, center: Stone and Cargile. guards. "~ QUALITY SEEDS •• PLANTS Everything for Field and Garden Including supple;-, insecticides. spray materials, etc. For Heavy Yields I'so SEMESAN Monts' Seed Store 110 E. L'nd St. l\ . Officers and directors of the two i Hope banks met Tuesday, rtselected i 'fficm and discussed the outlook for banking activities in 1936. Cashier Lloyd Spencer of the First National bank, reported that his institution closed one of its best years in history. C. C. Spragins of the Citizens bank, ; :aid thai the Citizens bank "closed a ' : .ery satisfactory year." Both cashiers | were optomlstic over the outlook for i IE36. ! Officers and directors of First Kaj tional: I 3. G. McRae, president; N. P. O'Neal. i vice-president; Lloyd Spencer, cashier, ; ivd McMath, assistant cashier; Roy i ;tephenson, assistant cashier; Charles ! C. McRae, E. P. Stewart aiid James : H. Henry, directors. 1 Officers and directors of Citizens i National: ! R. M. LaGrono, president; R. M. Briant. vice-president; L. D. Heed, •ice-president: C. C. Spragins, cashier; J. C. Hall assistant cashier; R. M. LaGrone, R. M. Briant, C. C. Spragins, \. L. Black, L. D. Reed, Mm. Tempfc, O. A. Graves, J. A. Hayncs. directors. ing National Sentiment on New Deal Friday, January .17, 1036_ Liquld-TaMcts Salve-Nose Drops checks COLDS and FEVER firs: day Headaches in '.'0 minutes Stop That Cough CHE! Vt'!TH The best remedy for simple ciiushs and gastric fermentative \vc have. 8 oz. Bottle GOc JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Phone <n Hope. Ark Established 1SS5 Green Laseter Mr. and Mrs. Lcc England of Shov- <-!• Springs were Saturday dimier buests? of Mr. and Airs. Burl Ross'. Mi. and Mrs. N. W. White and family of Magnolia, spent, Sunday with; their parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank- Bailey. ' -.' • • -.-....•-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woodul arid grandson. J. R. Young of Shre,veport La., have been visiting with- friends and relatives here the past few days. . . Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pitrtle speri! j t'unday with Mr. and MrsJ Autrey j Wilson and Mrs. Zcdie, .Wilson- 6j J Center Point. ! ' • i Rev. A. N. Stoveciphcr, of. Mag- j nolia was the Sunday dinner guest ol JMr. and Mrs. J. T. Cumbic, Sr. "' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ross .spent Sun- j day with their parents, Mir. and ~ j C;id Skinner of Oakgrove.' - . . j Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Lcwallen hat j -ic guests Monday night,: Mrs. Lewal- j ler'r sisters. Misses Alice, Willie Dale I and Mattie Lou Purtle. ; ' Mrs. Bill Davis called on Mrs. Lesio Purf.'° Tuesday. : -. Mr. and Mrs. Carl ElUs and daughter. Miss Clara and Mrs. Hanson Roth- •>vell. called on J. T. Cumbic and fam r ily a while Sunday night. •'-.-' Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Ruff Fincher. and'. Mr.'and Mrs. Rilcy Lcwallen were' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey. Sunday afternoon. • ,' - Expect Japanese Advance in China Chinese Gloomy Over Extension of Invasion in the North The final returns in the Literary Digest's nation-wide poll of sentiment toward President Roosevelt's New on"..."' P ^? nt<Xl .'rL the m M P n»^ VC ' PlgUre " B ' VC UlC »*««"«»> ° f "YM" «nd "No" vote, tab.Ia od from h st e on the question: "Do you NOW approve the acts nnd policies of the Roosevelt 'New Deal' to dote'" The fiBuresat °Ye esr " n ^?-« ^ ? B , rcente f;°'« h « V U1 n " U °P al lnb ' jlati °» ° f 1-9W.681. 1.105.313 voted "No"; Y12.3W voted Yes. The figurte at lower left show the vote of those who foiled to name the slate in which they live TIENTSIN, China - (,l>) .. North China'.,- war lords were told by Japanese militarists Thursday Ihn'l they must .slop teaching their soldiers imti- JiU'oneso doctrines. The warning was delivered at n t-on- iprencc attended by Mnj. Gen. Kenji Dcihara of the Japanese army. Maj, Grn. Hayao Tada, commaiuler of the Japanese garrison in North China, and On. Sung Shell Yuan, ccinmumdcr of the Pciping-TienLsin Chinese garrison, and others. Absence of results, combined with unpnn's withdrawal from the naval conference, spread gloom amoiiR Chi, ncse officiiildom. Many Chinese aro i convinced that renewed Japanese military prcsstire in North China is im. .. minent. il poll- i _ Tennesseean Dies in Prescott Crash Charles Hunch, 5!», Succumbs in Rcar-Fjul Collision With Truck rilKfiCOTT. Ark, Charles Hunch, .">!.'. fi.'iiij' 5-lritioi' upi-ratiir of Straw 1-laini-s. Tr-ni) . injmvil Friday when hi- drovv hii automobile into the rear i'l a rn-i|4ht Irui-k on Highway 07. three mili-.s in rth of here, dieil in :\ luspilal hero Thtnvlay without r<>- *:.lining crnsriniMie? 1 -.. The Iv.uly was |-i>tuincd U> Tennessee. Hi- is survived by five wns. D. ]•'.., Guy ami (.Veil Hundi .-.f Clr-veland U.. Hall nnneli of Huff.ilo. N. Y, ,-HK! Hon-.cr Hunch of I/MIH H'-.u-h, Cal.. and two dmifihlers, i\trs. KUic Jones of Jt-ffrrs-'ii City. 'I'rnn., and L. I,. Davis ul Buffalo. For All Kinds of INSURANCE See Roy Anderson iiml Compnny «,,, „ -i... _ .jffl *•• Sheppard Final Digest Vote 'Omllrvued from page one) policies it the Roosevelt 'New Deal' to date?" .The tally shows a complete count of 1,195.313 voters opposed to the New Deal while 712,368 cast affirmative votes, making "a" maj6rity of 482,915 against the administration's acts, and policies. • Utflh and eleven southern and border states'give a final-verdict in favor of the New Deal, while the other Even when made of '..frojieti.. [saltwater, icebergs contain little salt. The salt separates from the Water as it' freezes. •';.'.•.- PHONE 266 FREE DELIVERY WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS Dozen 25c 2 Pound 10* Box I8C PET or Carnation 6 Small or 3 Large Cans 21c! 3 Yellow or -I J A White I4C ^ Baking Size 3 Lb. lOc U. S. No. 1 REDS 10 L,,., 21c CHUCK Mexican Style 2 u 35c Chuck or Prime Rib Pound 12ic F RES H FRESH BM0 FRESH OYSTERS Decker's Tall Korn Pound 32c Standards—Pint 25c Ex. Select—Pint 35c Otvufd Gro. & Market Home Operated s Final Report Lltera New Deal P t From The Literary V January 18, 1036. f . The Votes Rcce Show the F - - ' .*" ', • State ^•s| S ' Alabama .... 7 370 Arizona .. ... Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut ... Delaware Florida .. Georgia Idaho Illinois ..." Indiana Iowa ...:..' Kansas ... . Kentucky Louisiana .. Maine .'.'. Maryland Massachusetts . Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada N. Hampshire . tfew Jersey. New Mexico . New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio ....: Oklahoma . . . Oregon ... Pennsylvania .. Rhode Island 1 Pouth Carolina South Dakota .. Tennessee Texas . . Utah 1 Vermont .. Virginia : Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming State Unknown. Totals i.260 ... 5.358 ... 81,003 . 7,636 '.. 8,778 ... 1,276 5794 .. 11,838 .. 2,267 53905 25805 17228 17437 .. 13.048 6839 .. 3,379 .. 7,471 .. 17,305 20536 18009 .. 5,064 . 28.402 . 2.936 . 10,fifiO 666 .. 2.240 .20,763 .. 1,163 . 81.475 . 10.783 . 3,030 41,905 11 207 7,912 55,3-42 2.766 4.079 . 4.210 . 14,646 26,908 3,706 2,043 10,458 12,131 . 7,238 15.576 1.469 8,939 712,368 ry Digest oil Digest for ved to Date allowing §si« 3. 5>'n b d u r!, 1181 ><«fti 3,590 1.724 3.555 81,293 15,038 22,743 2,336 5,971 5,738 3,789 102,375 38.153 24.418 24,126 0,685 4,807 13,238 14.623 70,526 44,190 31,753 1.918 38.572 4.001 16,406 839 8,031 56.356 1,396 180.286 5,913 4,402 74.354 12,634 10.471 120,636 9,104 1,727 7,450 8,391 17,479 3,192 6,334 9,525 20,356 10,105 28.336 2,247 11,091 1,195,313 I In WA5.HINGTON—There is something almost pathetic about the administration crowd's yearning to challenge Hie U. S. Sii|iremo Court and make the tribunal's decisions a campaign issue. The New Dealers arc moanins and groaning bcause they just don't dare—yet. President. Roosevelt decided to let'* - — - — -— the issue ride for awhile. He is be- | lievcd to have assumed' that the wide ; sweep of the AAA decision read by Justice Roberts meant the annihilation of the Guffey coal act. TVA, Wagner labor act, Social Security, and everything else on the New Deal list. After awhile his constituency might get fed up with the supreme court and summon itself to a loud squawk.. Meanwhile, he has made it evident j that ho wouldn't burn his fingers again as he did in the famous "horse and buggy" statement. The president's attitude is reflected among practically all the pro-Roosevelt Democrats and Progressives here. Most of them evince a yen to go charging into the arena to advance the belief that the conservative majority on the supreme court has asserted an unprecedented usurpation of power and an unwarranted political prejudice against all New Deal measures. Yet in practically every case—senators, representatives, official politico? and brain trusters—the fact is admitted, or deplored that the voters aren't 'educated" up to the New Dealers' joint of view. The New Dealers con- end the court votes its economic nnd political prejudices, yet they admit! hat the people at large stand in nwe and reverence of a supreme court ma- ority as something sanctified and leified. Walt for Turn of Tide Washington The Woninns Auxilury of the Presbyterian church met Monday afternoon at the homo 01 Mr.s. Lee Holt. On account of illness the place of meeting was changed and Mrs. Holt the program in the absence of Mrs. Kubbard, who was the appointed leader. Eight members answered the roll call with a vcr.sc of Scripture, after which the minutes of the last meeting wccr read and approved. The devotional was given by Miss KaUiryn Holt from Psalm 139:23 and 24 vclses followed with prayer by Mrs'.-.t Wilson, An entertaining program on Home Mission;; was presented. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Con- ay,w, Mrs. Stuart, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Holt.. Miss Kalhryn Holt read a very pretty poem entitled: "Jesus and I." A letter was red by the president from Mrs. Ruth Hendrix of Tcxurkana who is the new Presbyterian Aux- ilary president, having taken the un- expired term of Mrs. David McMillian. who was recently elected as Sy- nodical president. The meeting next Monday will be at the home of Mrs. Jot- Wilson who wil lalso conduct the Bible study on "The Holy Spirit, the Third Person of the Trinity." The meeting was closed with the Mispah benediction. —Reporter. Wo lire having fine wc-mlicr for lime of year. Thi> fanners aiv b.vi;in. ninij to get thi'ir hind ready for funning. Mr. and Mr.s. Tommy iVfcBny "•< > ri: in Hope Saturday. j M.vy. Cora McB:iy returned lion-.v j Saturday Irom Hope where .she had | been .spending a few days with her daughter Mrs. Pete Hill. Mr. Jordan McBa.v attended srrviiv* at Battle Field Saturday nif-ht and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert Jr. and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Chandler. Mrs. Pearl Cornelius and Mrs. Lu- i cillo Hubbard called on Mrs. Ophelia i Chandler Sunday morning. Mr.s, Virgie Duclncy and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr:;. Fcarl Cornelius. While Mrs. Alice Finlcy wax in Hope Saturday some children set grass afire and before any one knew about it it was everywhere. Mrs. Cornelius and ! two colored women fought fire three' hours to save Mr.s. Finlcy's property • and the none shed burned down and one barn caught fire but they put il out before any damage was done. Sj)cdnl for this Week 5-tube RADIO by G-E $fl.98 tilts Airpltuio Dial. 59 Complete With Tubes BRIANT'S Drug Store »•«- register majorities thirty-six slates against it. A possibly close vote is indicated in only five states and all others give over a 55 per cent majority for or against the New Deal. Twenty - two states representing more than half the population of the United States and castins 280 of the 351 electoral votes give a final ma- ority of more than 60 per cent against the New Deal in the poll. Eight states, all in tho .south and representing 93 el*ctoral votes, cast approximately the same ratio in support of the administration s policies. The Balloting in support of the New Deal has .shown a .steady decline each week since the fir.st report of the poll Was published. ani- JOOO The brontosaurus, prehL-rtoric mal, consumed between 500 nnd pounds of vegetation daily. In Zululand a divorce can be ob- iained for 151.25. Boasted locusts and grasshoppers are staple food iu Mexico. Have You Seen It The Whole Town is talking ABOUT IT SEE IT AT WALTER'S CABINET W So. Walnut SHOP Ark So there the administration stands, tense and alert, waiting for indication that public opinion has reached the point where congress can be persuaded to pass a law that will curb the cpurt.or a point where Roosevelt, can safely suggest that the court is allied with the "forces of entrenched wealth." Indirect efforts carefully gauged to what seems to be the trend of opinion, will bu made to "educate" the public. The administration will seek to convey the idea that it is operating strictly within supreme court constructions of the Constitution—but at the same time do all. it can tri turn opinion against the attitude of trie court as now constituted. . If you know your opinions, you will enjoy the public utterances of administration spokesmen! for their act will be much like that of the performance if walking on eggs. Thn New Dealers don't dast break the eggs—but they do hope the eggs will hatch! Rlchbori? Turns "Educator" Whether or not you've noticed that Donald R. Richberg has made a couple of "educational" speeches warning the balance of legislative, executive, and judicial functions, please don't mind my telling you that Richberg is going to make a series of speeches on the dangers of judicial dictatorship. He is embarked on an effort to de.',troy wlwt he privately describes as ''the mists and temple incense" .surrounding the supreme court majority interpretations of the Constitution. After his speech to the Chicago University alumni. Jlichbera i,s billed in Boston February 6, in New York nn March 7. and over a national radio hookup March U. And then some more. First Shot in Campaign Richbcrg's campaign is only the beginning rf a program of "education." not. officially sponsored by the White Hou.se. Richberg is one of the most brilliant lawyers in the country. Not long agu he was known as the "assistant president" and was closest of nil to Rocsovell in the latter's councils. ITe was shlinlod to thr; siflc.-lines when his mission—that of conciliating "Big Business"—proved impossible. Yet ho remains in Washington, in intimate contact with adminiitratienists. He solf-mnl.v denies to me I bat ho har discussed his speaking campaign with Roosevelt, and various White House intimates offer similar assurance. Yet Rich berg's sales talk—that 'he nation must be saved within the limits of the Constitution if possible, but that the ultimate decision depends :jn whether a given thing is right and ought to be done—exactly expresses I ho present WhiU: House attitude. Richbt-rg and others feel that the "horse and buggy" statement should have been made for Roost-veil, rather than by Roosevelt. Roosevelt is said to feel likewise. So you can expect to hear the trial , balloonists sound off—while (lit- White i House and all the rest of the political world tunes its curs to the popular rcactiun. The wave length of light is about one fifty thoustmlh of m> inch. Despite the many unsuccessful efforts to develop and fly planes which flap their wings after the manner of a bird in flight, another attempt is being made by a Frenchman who hopes to fly his strange craft by pedaling it like a bicycle. Several business houses have fitted airplanes as "traveling showcases" to carry samples of their products to potential buyers. Air line regulations apply to all scheduled interstate air services which carry passengers. BLACK-DRAUGHT Next Time You Need a Laxative For coast ipation, tjiku a dosu of Black-Draught as soon as you realize the condition you arc in. "If I am bilious, have headache- t»- a cold. I take.- a dose of Black- Draught lit night," writes Mrs. R. D. Tlinxlon, of Lexington, CJa. "If I have a bud feeling after mtvils, 1 take just a pinch of BUick-Dniurht. It re- lievos mo. I recommend it very highly—a good family medicine. I givi- , my children Syrup of B!ack-Drau;;lu. i I. find both good." i Black-Draught paves the way for ; the relief of many such .symptoms a< i tho.sc mentioned above, when consti- I pation is at the bottom of the trouble, j Just try it! Follow directions care- i fully and you'll probably learn wny Black-Draught is .so popular, —adv. ~<«^v$~4r%r*<r*«ir%r^^»* %* •^»^ < r»^»^»^«-«yM^M*Mj PATTERSON Phone 21 108 South Elm St. Delivery FLOUR Heliotrope Pound Sack 5c SPECIALS 5c PINTO BEANS Pound PORK & BEANS Phillip's—Can 5c Tomato Juice Phillip's—Can 5c GRAPE FRUIT Each 5c Seedless Raisins 8 oz. package.. 5c ONIONS 2 pounds.... So TOMATOES No. 1 Can.... 5c CLEANSER Sunbrite—Can 5c SUGAR Pound 5c ICc SPECIALS MATCHES 3 Large Boxes COCOA Mother's—1 Ib Kelloggs Rice Krispies, pkg Grape Nut FLAKES, pkg. Post Bran FLAKES, pkg HOMINY No. 2>/ 2 Can Beans, Trappey's No. 2 Can Sweet Potatoes '/2 Peck POTATOES 51b No. 1 Fancy Irish SOUP Assorted Heinz, Large Can L For &30 J Assorted Flavors Package 6c COFFEE Patterson's Special 25c Quality Lb 19c SWIFT'S JEWEL 4 Pound Carton A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No' matter how innny modlctnca you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can r,et relief now with Crcomulslon. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot nflortl to tnkc a chance with anything 1 less tlmn Oreomul- sion, which goes right to the scat of the trouble to nld nature to soothe nncl heal the inflamed membranes as the (;erin-lndcn phlegm is loosened nnd expelled. Even if other remedies have f filled; don't bo discouraged, your drucirlst in authorized to guarantee CreomulKion nnd to refund your •llv, animals a.e lak.-u i.lofl'in a'pla'ne In01 \7 iff V°» " ro Uot satisfied With PU,,, in c>,UK,,,,*. ...xe, w,t, ,„„. ^'c^u^ ffl rT ffiy .-u-liiili-.s attached, and cast overboard. ' .V'lvii-l Itii.-.-.ia now (rains parachute jumpers for tinny ' tltigK service. EVERYDAY HEALTH NEEDS SPECIALLY REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK Pepsodent Tooth Paste, large size 39c Kleenex, 500 sheet package 29c Tasty-Lax, Choc, laxative, 2--25c pks. both for 256\L McKesson Milk of Magnesia, 16 oz. 39c f McKesson quarts of Heavy Mineral Oil .89c j Rubbing Alcohol, full pint bottle 25c | Developing and printing any size roll of films only 25c. 5x7 tinted enlargement only 25c John P. Cox Drug Co. 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