HOPE SfAK, HOPE, ARKANSAS OUT OUR WAY ify Court Is leard Monday Judge W. K. ; Umley Presides Orer Session following cases were heard in ' municipal court here Monday at the Hope city hall with Judge W. K. Lemley presiding: Thehna Christian, carrying a razor as a weapon, plea of guilty fined $50. James Morgan, vagrancy, plea of guilty, fined $25. Eugene Coster, vagrancy, dismissed. J. L. Lemming, jumping a light meter, forfeited $10 cash bond. Ira Brooks, no clearance light, forfeited $1 cash bond. Phillip Mints, operating a car with one head light, forfeited $1 cash bond. The following forfeited 51 cash bond on. a charge of operating a car with no tail light: Harvey Stanton, Bare Ward, H. H. WHICH WAX DO yOU START ROLLING? EITHER RoafeM FASTER, SMOOTHER WITH RA. PRINCE AlBERT TOBACCO ANSWERS Alt , QUESTIONS ON AMKIN'S' SMOKES „ t*sr, easy ROUING— tIRM, SMOOTH SHAPING [-NO WASTE. MILD, NO-BITE SMOKING IVITH RICH, MELLOW; TASTE , Roy Bruce, Ritchie Grocer Co. Marvin Jones. Wilehie Pennington, operating car without first obtaining driver's license forfeited $1 cash bond. John Herman, operating car without first obtaining driver's license forfeited $1 cash bond. J. T. Baker, operating car without first obtaining driver's license, forfeited $1 cash bond. i- ^ B / H° mer ' running a red "signal- light, forfeited ?I cash bond . C. A. Townsend, running a "red" signal light, forfeited $1 cash bond. Earl Smith, running a red "signal" light, forfeited ?1 cash bond. J. L. Jones, operating a car with n ™ o ' plea of guilt y' finocl 510. Mrs. Sam Zimmerman, double parking, forfeited $1 cash bond. Mrs. Clarence Amish. double parking, forfeited $1 cash bond. P. E. Watson, double parking, forfeited ?! cash bond. j , N- B ", Dant ' double parking, for-! feited 51 cash bond. Robert Daughterly, speeding, forfeited 55 cash bond. Alice Brantley, speeding, forfeited 5a cash bond. Barnie C. Jeerls, speeding, forfeited 55 cash bond. Herman Morris, reckless driving, forfeited 525 cash bond. R. P. Robertson, reckless driving, forfeited 525 cash bond. J. L, Jones, reckless driving, dismissed on motion of City Attorney. The following entered a plea of guilty and were assessed a fine of 510 on a charge of gaming: Quincy Sanders, David Stell, John Prekins, Curtis Simpson, Joe B Trotter. The following forfeited a $10 cash bond on a charge of gaming: James Walker, Preacher Walker Lawrence Powell, E. C. Coleman, Leo Dunlap, Carl Turner, Sid Williams, Ed Moore, Clel Watson, Detroit Risli- •' j"?' Jaek Green, Dixie Stanton, Edgar Williams. Dorothy Pierce, disturbing the peace forfeited 510 cash bond. Marie Hanson, disturbing the peace forfeited 510 cash bond. Jeff Cooper, disturbing the peace forfeited 510 cash bond. G. Kirkendol, disturbing the peace forfeited 525 cash bond. LISTEN HERE NOW, WORRV WART-VOU GOT TO CUT OUT THIS MACHIME SHOP ANT BLACKSMITH BUSINESS/ YOU'RE EVEN GETTJM' IT IN TH' HOUSE.' ByJ. R.Williorm OH, THIS AIN'T NO SHOP NOW— WE QUIT THAT.' THIS IS A DRAFTIN' OFFICE, BUT i THINK HE WAS PROMOTED TOO QUICK/ 70 fine roll-your- own cigarettes in every handy pocket tin of Prince Albert THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE J ( B.J.BeynoldaTob.Co.,Wlnjton-6aIem.N.C. ; • NOTICE • Erie Ross is now employed by Keith's Barber Shop New Location on E 3rd Next to Checkered Cafe •ORIANA AMENT BOYETT Teacher of Music-Voice, Piano. Art-Drawing, Painting. Studio 608 South Mais Street Phone 318 W Plumbing Repairs Harry W. Shiver Plumbing Phone 259 309 N. Main irinfl us your Sick WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed. Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR WATCH CRYSTALS 35c to Buy Good USED TIRES and TUBES Top Prices Paid. BOB ELMORE'S AUTO SUPPLY Geo. Black, drunkenness, plea of guilty, fined ?10. Tommie Francis, drunkenness, released to Crawford County Draft Board. The following entered a plea of guilty in a charge of drunkenness: Thomas Reed, Maynard Farr, Lawrence Lane, Clarence Cooper, Jessie Hamilton, Edd Lacie, Milton Davis. The following forfeited a $10 cash bond on a charge of drunkenness: Albert Rowe, G. Brosens, O W Mullins, LeRoy Howard, W. G Carroll, J. p. Jinkins, Williams Cummings Jack Owens, Bob Lord, J. M. Cross Herman Hughes, L. B. Halcomb, Leon Etroop, Aubrey Estes, Harold McGehee, W. M. McFeeters, Guy V Horn, Everet Reed, R. O. Dickey, B F. Hollingshead, G. B. Lamb, Geo Jones, James McNulty, A. G. Pierce E. M. Harvarter, Harry B. Carnes Theodore Lester, Charles Duke J E. Reeves, Walter Whittington, Rov Taylor, Jess Atkins, S. W. Brooks, L. Payne. State Docket Peter E. Turner, unlawful cutting of timber, hold to grand jury, bond fixed at 5250. Jeff Gray, possessing untaxed intoxicating liquor, plea of guilty. Held to grand jury, bond fixed at 5250. Thomas Woods, drunkenness, plea of guilty, fined 510. Willie Patterson, carnal abuse, examination waived, held to grand jury bond fixed at 5250. E R. Gober, speeding, forfeited $5 cash bond. Wayne Vandiver, reckless driving forfeited 525 cash bond. Tego Johnson, assault and battery forfeited 55 cash bond. Willie Mercer, carrying a pistol as plea o Prescott News Keep Him Rplling By HELEN HESTERLY Victory Book Campaign Books are being collected for boys m the armed forces and in the merchant marines. This project is spon- cr\\>ftfl U.._ 11 * . _ l Telephone 163 OArkadelphin were the week-end . A . 14< , piujcti la spoil- sored by the American Red Cross, United Service Organizations and the American Library Association. Books should be left at the Prescott Hardware Company or Stivers Barber Shop. Willie Mercer, disturbing the peace, dismissed on motion of Prosecuting Attorney. Civil Docket - p - Wreyford & Son vs. Bascon Scrap Metal for War Program An appeal for scrap iron and steel has been made by Carter J. Harris chairman of the Nevada County USDA Defense Board. An urgent appeal particularly to the farmers of Nevada County to carry their scrap iron to the nearest scrap dealers. People aren't asked to give their scrap iron but to sell it so it may be used for defense. Society Mrs. Leon Stephens of Inglewood California is spending a few weeks here with relatives and friends. Miss Edna Ruth and Charles Waters of Henderson State Teachers College, E. Otwell, action on a note for $138, garnishee answers and tenders 523.06 into the Court and is released from toe garnishment. Callahan Constr. Co. Garnishee. Dudley Flour & Feed Co. vs. Robt. Alexander, action on account for 524.26, dismissed at cost of the plaintiff. Easy Pay Tire Store vs. E. B. Hatch action in replevin, judgment for plaintiff, by default. Replevin bond cancelled. C. H. Sutton, vs. L. V. Jones, action on account for §70, judgment for plaintiff for 570 by default. Sid Houston vs. Henry Ford Roberts, action on account for 54631 answer of garnishee filed and garnish-' went released. W. E. Callahan Constr. -o., garnishee. of Waters. Roy Cecil the Marines San Diego, training. Davis has enlisted in and has been sent to California for 'further Friends of Mrs. Roland Humble will be glad to learn that she is doing nicely after an appendectomy. Mrs. C. R. Prcwitt of Arkadelphia £ the guest of her mother, Mrs. H E. Bemis. Mr. ancl Mrs. Tom Bcmis spent Sunday m Little Rock. Calendai Tuesday Party for Miss Mary Ann Martin bride-elect given by Mrs. Peter Olof Peterson, Jr., at 8:00 o'clock. Subscribe to the Hope Star now, delivered at your home in Prescott each afternoon. Mack Greyson, Tele- hone 307. Our DailyBread (Continued From Page One) Indies Have Big Ears reserve officers, since his civilian flying was regarded as an equivalent. He learned much of European ah- forces did considerable valuable exploratory work on routes abroad, all of which has been reported on and r presumed to have been available t the Army for several yeajs. He is 3 years old, too old to fly actviely in combat or to assume field command for which he is not trained any way .The Army has plenty of officer who trained as cadets at the sani time as Lindbergh who have devotee the whole intervening 17 years to thi air service. Lindbergh's experience, unique as i is, should be used, and used in whatever way the Army authorities believe it most serviceable. The day wai came, Lindbergh became just anothei man like all other men, with certain qualifications which the country should use to the best advantage. Famous College Choir to Appear Here Feb. 8 The well known Morningside College Choir, pioneer college organization in the field of a cappella sing- uig, will appear in the First Methodist Church in Hope at 7:30 p. m Sunday, February 8 in a concert sponsored by (he choir of the local Methodist Church. M1DDLEBOURNE, W. Va -(/(•)— "Something should be done about this, reflected Enoch S. Lemusters as his automobile, with two flat tires was being towed 25 miles through the mountains by a team of oxen under a not July sun. Lcmasters was tired, disgusted exasperated. The oxen plodded along. Then came inspiration: "Why" reasoned Lcmastcrs, "have- tubes in! tires.' Are they necessary? I wonder?" 1 It wasn't long until Li-masters' ex- pcnmcnts convinced him that the tube wasn't necessary. Today, he says one of the four tubless tiros on his automobiles has been driven 14000 miles "and three's no reason why I shouldn't get several more thousands out of it. Lemastei-s simply transferred the air valve from the tube to the steel nm of the wheel, on which he has dctect or uL ts ° dier ° Perates Net herl a nds-designed aircraft detector unit mounted on an American truck, part of the Indies' t&Lorate erecauUpns_a £ aiiist Attack by Jajpan Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. In typing a letter should you avoid crowding the margins? 2. In writing an application would it be better to use paper with a printed address scratched out and a new one written in or plain white paper? 3. Should you ever write on a postcard when applying for a job? 4. Is it all right to ask the employer to whom you are applying for a job to keep your application confidential? i>. Should a letter of application be carefully worded? What would you do if— You are writing a letter of application for a job and it would be possible for "you to have a personal interview if the employer wished it— (a) Say in your letter you would like an interview if possible? (b) Wait for the employer to suggest the interview? Answers 1. Yes. 2. Plain white paper. 3. No. 4. Yes. 5. Yes, even if it means rewriting the letter several times. Better "What Would You Do" solution—(a j. Constipation, Gas KidneyMiseryAII Routed By Hoyt's After Suffering For Years And Trying So Many Things For Relief, I Found Hoyt's and It Has Helped Me More than Anything, says Mrs. Gwin. Mrs. J. H. Gwin of Route 1, Prague, Okla., writes: "We live on a farm and for four years I have had stomach I suffered indigestion, gas trouble. MIIS. J. II. GWIN md bloating. Vomiting spells scemec to affect my heart. I was very con stipated and have taken many dif 'erent medicines but none have helnec ike Hoyt's. "Since taking Hoyt's Compound, lave not had indigestion and vomitini pells. My bowels are becoming reg ular and my heart is much better which is great relief to me. Hoyt' las helped me more than any othei nedicine I have taken!" Hoyt's Compound is rccommendec t\d sold by the John S. Gibson Dru(, itorc and by all leading druggists in his area. —Adv. 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. WANT A PIANO? This Model $365 cask or terms: $36.50 Down $19.38 Monthly. Drop us a card for Catalogs and lull 200 E. Broad Tcxurkmia, Ark Used Pianos, 575 up. Tcnns --- - _ jjm»«i> 3 Convicted on Federal Charge Two Found Innocent on Civil Liberties Count JONESBORO-m-Thrco men accused of conspiring to violate the federal civil liberties law were found guilty and two others were found innocent Tuesday. Those convicted wore Cecil B Nance, 42, lawyer of Marion; C. C Uilp, 53, city marshal of West Mcm- P f h n ?,? d , Jim Millor ' formcr trustee of Cnttcnden county jail at Marion H it S « l " ld , innoccnt "e Harold Holland, 32 and Omer Curlin, 44 U. S. District Judge Trimble set 1:30 p. m. as the time for passing sentence. Leon Catlctt, prosecuting attorney, said their sentence could range as tent, mid luis conferred in Washington on the possibility of turning his den to use for the national defense, by conserving rubber. Tuesday, January 27, 1942 *> Three Grass Fires in City Tuesday The Hope Fire Department Tuesday were cnlled to cxtinquish three grass fires none of which caused nny serious damage. A garago and chicken house at the home of C. Vf. Weakley, West Seventh, caught from n gross blaze but was put out quickly. Silver Lining CAWKER CITY, Kas. -(/P)- A break in the city water main wasn't such a bad brcnk after all. It cnuscd the water tower to drain but the water flooded n nearby park and froze into a first-class skating rink. ~ *i > ^i 11 Cultivated Country Before the war about 75 per cent of the total area of Denmark Was :mdcr cultivation, and supplied a live- ihood to about 34 per cent of the country's population. iigh as two years and $2,000 fine or both. Nance and Gulp were sentenced to wo years imprisonment at Tcxar- tmia mid Miller to two years »t Lcvonworlh. The defense announced t would appeal. /. \nlivvns STUFFY NOSTRILS •you',™ won hntr the battle agnlnit cold discomforts If you can open thoso study nostrils \nd bronthS throiiRh your nose without that »!"°V lor y filing. If your nostVnS arc clogged up, Insert Mentholatum, Note how eltectlvely It cases your « mii hlnB ancl "'loves «>o oneezlng. 5?rt?. g> t»??, rcn S M ' flwellln B. and J*l2£ ss i Wlth n " theso annoyances Jnsoketl, you can go about your activities In comfort. Jars or tubes, 300. MENTHOLATUM 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 The Complacent Arab and the Creeping Camel! You know fhe story. The complacent Arab first allowed the came to put his HEAD in the tent. Then his SHOULDERS Fmally the camel pushed ALL the way in ... crowded the Arab out into the cold. In that way, too, a free people can allow one little restriction to follow another.,. until FREEDOM is crowded out. How can WE avoid it? The answer is simple: The people must know WHAT is happening. They must have a FREE PRESS to tell them the facts. In Germany, Hitler muzzled the press... signed up Goebbels inen, when a restrictive law was passed, no newspaper could cnticize. The press HAD to say: "You will like this fine new law It is good for the state!" And the people believed it. For that was all the news they had. So they passed into POLITICAL slavery... But that wasn't all! Hitler, for example, brought out a motor' car. He told the press to say it was "The Best That Could Be Made. Competition was chained and muzzled. The public read only Hitler's claims. This way, and in a thousand others, they lost their right to choose. So they lost their ECONOMIC freedom, too! Remember, a dictatorship cannot live WITH a free press, a democracy cannot live WITHOUT it. FACTS are the bedrock under your democratic right of deciding what to do, where to go, what to buy, how to vote. Don't imagine the wide Atlantic safeguards freedom ot the press in America! For the REAL danger is right here . . in COMPLACENCY... in taking this freedom too much for granted. The publisher can't do the job alone. It is YOUR responsibility, too! For it is your freedom, as weU as ours, which MUST be protected! "But," you ask, "just what can I do?" To begin with, read your newspaper more carefully than ever. It brings you the FACTS. Think about what you read. Watch for restrictions (beyond those really necessary in time of emergency), restrictions not only on the ft^PACC niit ** M A klV/ C f • . * iilw press, but on ANY of your freedoms. Should you spot one talk to your friends about it! Wake THEM up, too! Write' your editor! Be an ACTIVE citizen! For if you are complacent, democracy may be crowded out. Remember the Arab and the Camel! In Germany, Italy, Russia, Japan, a government agency dec.des what the people shall read and hear. Not so in America. Do your part to preserve the American way of l,f e . vK S 6 mc , ssoges obo( " Xoc/r liberty and how America's new* Yp,r letter, * =enl ^, h , d by ^ ^"fa Committee, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York City.
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