Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 12, 1942 · Page 4
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, January 12,1942 Hikes the osf of Living Pressure of Arms Increases Consumption Iby JOHN L. BECKLEY AsSbcltttcd Press Statistician , YORK—Pressure of arms re' quirements and increased consump- - tion arising from employment and larger pay rolls, brought a substantial * Increase in the general price level, ' particularly in foods, during 1941. ,The cost of living, involving as it does many relatively stable or slow '' moving items such as rent, fuel and . light, insurance and others, has made ' no such advance as wholesale material prices, and still remains, according to , the National Industrial Conference ' Board's statistics, well under 1929. In fact under the entire period of 1918'30. Nontheless, booming prices this year : brought ceilings on a whole range of '< materials by Price Administrator Henderson, and protracted debate in , ^Congress on new price control leg" .islation to implement the operations of > -Henderson's organization. As long , ,ago as July, Henderson said: ."Before long now, there will bo more purchasing power running 1 around hunting something to buy than there are goods available. If that occurs to a substantial degree, i * no power on earth can prevent in' flatten." / For many workers at least, wage ? rates have increased much more rap- 'idly than the cost of living. While the conference board's index of liv- . ing costs for wage earners, as report- 4 ed for November, is up 10.6 per cent from August, 1939, the Boards' cal;, dilation of average hourly wage rates in 25 manufacturing industries from August, 1939, to last October, showed , a jump of 18.5 per cent. Living costs were still above 7 per cent under the average for 1929, ac' cording to these calculations, while hourly wage rates in the 25 industries were up 44 per cent from 1929. Those with fixed incomes, mainly white collar workers, however, were ifeeling the pinch of rising prices •IsVourDauqhteK* Popular? " Purpose of Civilian Defense Functions of Organization Are Outlined eat her charm. She can't be attractive if she's pale, underweight •nd scrawny. Encourage her appetite with Vitamin Bl and Iron, in VINOL. Your drug- tilt haa thit pleasant-tasting tonic. • •••••• Ar I Nwl» •••••••• John P. Cox Drug Co. J ALLIED BATTERIES As low As $3,49 Ex. (Batteries Recharged 50c) Oklahoma Tire & Supply Co. Associate Store Bob Elmore, Owner — Hope Bring us your Sick WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed. Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut The following article is the first of a series released by the Hempstead civilian defense council explaining the organization's purposes: Its Purpose 1'. To recruit men and women volunteers for civilian defense and to recommend them to local civilian defense programs an destablished community agencies who services need to be expanded. 2. To strengthen morale through the satisfaction which will come to civilian volunteers—those with much leisure and those with little—by doing useful community work. Its Functions 1. To discover and promote opportunities for volunteers in the following types of local programs: Civilian protection programs. Federal and state programs in the fields of health, family security, recreation, social protection, child welfare, and education. Programs of established public community agencies and those of private agencies accredited locally. | Other local programs such as in- i formation services to men in uniform and defense industry workers and their families; USD programs; consumer information; salvage programs; promotion of the sale of defense savings bonds, etc. American unity programs such as intergroup good will; safe-guarding civil liberties; adult education; patriotic rallies, exhibits, etc. Programs in liaison with war relief organizations. 2. To serve as a clearing house for programs of training by— Findings out what training is needed, what is already being offered, and keeping up-to-date records of available courses. 2. Making arrangements for needed additional courses. 3. To coordinate the recruiting and enrollment of all men and women volunteers without supplanting the recruiting already being done by such agencies as the Red Cross and city departments, merely asking them to clear with the Volunteer Office. Arrangements should be made to use all volunteers who have been trained j by responsible existing private wel- ' fare and health agencies. 4. To interview volunteers and re fer them to training or jobs suited to their individual capabilities. 5. To maintain standards of volunteer service in the various local programs using volunteers. 6. To report quarterly to the local Defense Council or to the United States Director of Civilian Defense when he requests such information, the number of volunteers placed in the various local programs or in raining courses and the number of lours of service rendered. The purpose of Volunteer Offices is the same regardless of the size and ype of community and the functions /ary only insofar as the present or absence of organized facilities neces- itates. His Dutch Up Commander of those Dutch sea and air forces that have been doing such a grand job against the Japs is Vice Admiral E. E. L. Hellrich, above. chance, construction men say, that home units costing as much as ?7,000 to $7,500 shortly may be permitted under defense housing priorities, for at many points material and labor costs are rising, and some builders are finding it difficult to erect a satisfactory dwelling for less than 56,000. Because of war home building is not likely to fold up entirely. About 52,000,000,000 of low-cost defense housing in 1942 seems in the cards, as a minimum. Some circles estimate defense housing may rise ever to $2,500,000,000 or more as arms production doubles and triples, massing more new factory workers in industrial areas. In the public works field, erecting of new post offices, federal buildings, county court houses and municipal structures may be the lowest in modern history. Materials simply will not be permitted to flow into such structures. However, more industrial plant construction is expected than was antici pated a month or so ago. President Roosevelt, in his December 10 address to the nation, declared we must "rush additions to the capacity of production by building more new plants, by adding to old plants." Legal Notice ORIANA AMENT BOYETT Teacher of Music-Voice, Piano. Art-Drawing, Painting. Studio 608 South Maia Street Phone 318'W IRON WORKERS LOCAL UNION 591 of Shreveport, La., holds its official meeting at 7:30 o'clock every Thursday night in banquet room of Hotel Barlow, Hope, Ark. H. H. PHILLIPS, B.A. & F.S.T. NOTICE • • • • / W. B. WILLIAMS Has joined the personnel of the CAPITAL BARBER SHOP and invites his friends and . customers to visit him CAPITAL BARBER SHOP C. C. Bowman & Associates Accountants - Auditors Phone 422 or 51 PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Income Tax Matters State and Federal • Have your Income Tax Returns prepared by one who Knows — and save money. 9 Don't wait until March I5th deadline — Time is Required to do a good job. Home Building Drops in War Twenty-Five Per Cent Reduction Seen for 1942 NEW YORK— (fP)— Regimenting of copper, steel and other strategic materials for armaments will bring a sharp contraction in new building construction in 1942, all trade signs indicate. Standard & Poor's statistical agency, building a forecast on F. W. Dodge Corp. reports of construction contracts in 37 states, predicts that total new building awards may aggregate only 54,500,000,000 in those states in 1942. This would be a reduction of roughly 25 per cent under the 56,000,000,000 of awards in the surveyed states in 1941, although nearly 5500.000.00C greater than the 54,003,000,000 for 1940 War requirements may bring further curtailment. Biggest dollar volume reduction will be in residential construction where at the present time only de fense houses costing 56,000 or less ge the "green light" on delivery of ma terials. However, there is a gooi Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of th< trouble to help loosen and expe germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way i quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis ALLEN ELECTRICAL SERVICE House Wiring, Industrial Motors, Appliances, Repaired Complete Line Fluorescent Light Fixtures Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Day or Night Service Licensed and Bonded Electrician — Phone 806 — Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mortgagee in a ortgage executed by Jim Pasker to le United 'States on the 27 day of larch, 19^1 and duly filed in the of- ce of the Recorder in and for Hemp- ead County, Arkansas; the said Jim asker having waived all rights of ppraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Aransas; pursuant to the powers grant- d under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, and by the .laws E the State of Arkansas .will on the 3 day of January, 1942, between the ours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and o'clock in the afternoon of said date, t Sutton Barn, in the County of iempstead, State of Arkansas, offer or sale to the highest and best bidder or cash, the following described roperty, to-wit: 1 red mare mule, Cate, 1050 Ibs., 11; 1 red horse mule, 'et, 900 Ibs., 10; 1 cow; 1 red heifer, 2; wagon; 1 National Pressure cooker; Kelly Break Plow; 1 Ga. Stock; 1 Middle burster; 1 planter; 1 gee whiz. Vitriess my hand this the 12 day of anuary, 1942, United States of Amerca, By John V. Ferguson, Acting County Supervisor. New Firm Is Good Business Head Turns Equipment Into War-Boom Business By JACK DEVLIN NEA Service Stuff Correspondent NEW YORK—Blackout is the business of a firm that is hitting the jackpot here in the wake of Uncle Sam's entry into war. People who thought is was a gag 14 months ago when Melvin Wolff announced with u straight face that he had founded the Defense Blackout & Camouflage Co., now have to stand in line at his mid town office or wait their turn on the telephone to place their orders. Wolff just c.m't handle all of the business although he is expanding his facilities as fast as he can. As the name of his concern implies, Wolff deals in the business of making your home, office or industrial plant light-tight so enemy bombers won't be able to see signs of life on the ground below. Non-Reflecting Paint The trick is usually accomplished by one of two means. The more popular system is to make a wooden frame, that fits inside each window, and cover it with tightly woven black cloth. The frame, which fits snugly all around the window, can be lifted out during daytime hours to let the light in. The second system is to cover the outside of all window panes with a special type of paint which Wolff says is guaranteed to have such a dull finish that it will not glare or give a reflection in the moonlight. The same type paint, but in different colors, is used on the roofs of factories to make them blend in with surrounding terrain and serve as a camouflage. He also uses a system of tacking or nailing black cloth to the walls all around windows and, while it is loss expensive, it is not so practicable if light is to be let in during *he day. Business at the Defense Blackout & Camouflage Co. coasted along rather slowly until the United Stjtos declared war and air-raid warnings began to shrill on the Pacific and At- .lantic coasts. "Since then my phones have been running me bowlegged and people have almost been storming the place," declared Wolff, a middle-aged former bond trader whose only othir previous business experience was importing and manufacturing costume jewelry until things went "pfft" in 1932. He said he tired of the grind of bond trading and then the defense program came booming along. Wolff, who still has a soft spot in his heart for the old days when he manufactured jewelry, decided he wanted to "produce something." The bombing of London and Europe's blackout problems appealed to him and he became interested in the problem. After rounding up all the nformation he could find, Wolff aunched his new business. He also sells portable pumps for putting out ncendiary bombs, hoes and pans for raking them up; asbestos gloves and miscellaneous odds and ends for cop- ng with danger from above. In addition, Wolff has figured out :rick lighting systems for illuminat- ng store display windows safely during blackouts. One is a flourscent 'black light" whch llumnatcs dsplay- ed artcles after they have been coated with a special paint. Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by Sam Reed to the United States on the 8-25-41, 3 day of April, 1941, 17 day of Feb. 1941 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Hempstead County Arkansas; the said Sam Reed having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas; pursuant to the )owers granted under the terms of he aforementioned mortgage, and by ;he laws of the State of Arkansas, will on the 13 day of January, 1942 be- ;ween the hours of 9 o'clock in the 'orenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said date, at Sutton Barn in the County of Hempstead, State o: Arkansas, offer for sale to the highes and best bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: '. gray horse mule, Tom, 1050 Ibs., 7 1 blue horse mule, Blue, 1050 Ibs., 7 set of harness; 1 Syracuse Break Plow; 1 McCormick Cultivator; ! McCormick Riding Planter; 1 John Deere No. 14 Middle Burster; 1 John Deere Double Shovel; 1 McCormick Section harrow; 1 Ludenhaul Wagon; 1 set of harness; 1 Dixie Pressure Cooker; 1 Turning Plow. Witness my hand this the 12 day of January, 1942, United States of America, By John V. Ferguson, Acting County Supervisor. Hong Kong is an irergular broken ridge, stretching east and west about 11 miles for an area of 32 square miles. Glycerine which is needed in making war equipment comes from cocoanut and palm oils, leaving soap as a by-product. tcLvTETTER Try the clearing-up help of Black and White Ointment's antiseptic action. More than twenty-five million packages of this ointment sold in the last 25 years. ts" To remove grime, oily film, use mild superfatted Black and White Skin Soap. Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by J. C. Spring to the United States on the 29 day of March, 1941, 12 day of June, 1941 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Hempstead County, Arkansas; the said J. C. Spring having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, and by the laws of the State of Arkansas, will on the 13 day of January, 1942, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said date, at Sutton Barn, in the County of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, offer -for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: 1 6 eye range cook stove; 1 Oliver cultivator; 1 John Deere planter; 1 small turning plow; 1 grey mare, Pearl, 950 Ibs., 7; 1 grey mare, Ada, 950 Ibs., 6; 1 black colt, Kate, 500 Ibs., 7 mo; 1 cream Jersey cow, Dollie, BOO Ibs., 5; 1 Jersey heifer, Star, 450 Ibs., 2; 1 brood sow. Witness my hand this the 12 day of January, 1942, United States of America, By John V. Ferguson, Acting County Supervisor. • NOTICE • Keith's Barber Shop HAS MOVED to new location on E. 3rd Next to Checkered Cafe WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas WANT A PIANO? This Model $365 cosh or terms: 536.50 Down $19.38 Monthly. Drop us a card for Catalogs and full information. Quality makes by STEINWAY, HADDORFF, CABLE, WURLITZER. Beasle 200 E. Broad Texarkana, Ark. Used Pianos, $75 up. Terms Robison's FINAL CLEARANCE FALL and WINTER DRESSES STARTS TUESDAY 8:30 a. m. Ladies . . . Don't miss th : s final clearance of Fall and Winter Dresses. They're the cream of the crop and most of them came in just before Christmas. Be here early and get your pick of the best. Alterations will be done at slight extra charge. No Refunds No Exchanges $10.98 Silks and Wools Here's a big group of Silks and Wools from our regular $10.98 price group. The sizes are 12 to 20 and the styles arc smart and new. There's still many weeks to wear these lovely dresses before you'll want to go all-out for spring. $5.50 $7.98 Values In Silks and Wools Our entire stock of $7.98 fall and winter dresses is included in this large group. Sizes from 12 to 20 and every one a smart, wearable style. Most of this group are good basic styles. Silks and wools you'll love to wear and enjoy for several months. $7.98 Jr. Sizes Silks and Wools This large group of dresses is for the Jr. Miss in sizes 9 to 17. Everyone a smart attractive style. Silks and Wools in all the sizes. Don't miss out on this big group if you can wear a 9 to 17 size. Spun and Crepe Jr. Sizes Our entire stock of $3.98 and $5.98 Jr. size dresses included in this group. Spun Rayons and Crepes in 9 to 17 sizes. Many of these will be worn right through spring and into summer. $3.98 Values $5.98 Values $3.0O We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store Geo* W* Robison & Co. Hope Nashville

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