Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 7, 1939 · Page 4
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FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS , NpvemBerT. treasury U Reviewing Opinions of Taxpayers j! -.WASHINGTON - (#> - Undersc- John Hanes said Tuesday thc y hoped to have digested by y 3. when congress returns, a it306-ttem cross-section of the Amer- NOW'SYOUR CHANCE "It's Choose Your COAT WEEK" Breath taking Values $15.00 LADIES Specialty Shop COMFORT ECONOMY CONVENIENCE No transportation line can offer you any finer service, smoother riding or better schedules. Step into the nearest Arkansas Motor Coach station. Get a low cost . ticket to any place you want to go. Swing on to the big thirty- iive passenger luxury coaches and nestle down in comfortable seats with more leg room than any other coach offers. Low fares now in effect. For instance: ROUND TRIP FARES Hope to: LITTLE ROCK _ $ 1.05 HOT SPRINGS -...- 3.10 .AlUMfHlS _ 8.50 ST. LOUIS 13.60 CHICAGO .._ __ _ 20.80 ican citizen's opinions about his government's tax la\vs. Pact of Paris Led Arkansas and Rice to Battle Saturday (Continued from OMI Porker-Owl Fray to Billed As "Cellar" Crown Game Be FAYETTEVILLE-, Ark.— (.•?)— Sore in body and spirit from the worst Homecoming Day defeat ever suffered by a University of Arkansas eleven — the 27-0 trimming administered by Texas A. and M.— Coach Fred Thomson's Porkers went through a long but light drill Monday in preparation for a "consolation" game against the Rice Institute Owls at Houston Saturday. The Razorbacks, defeated in their last three conference games, came out of the one-sided Aggie tussle with no serious casualties. Halfback Kay Eakin was removed from the game in the final period after 55 minutes of bruising action, but reported Monday in good conditions. Statistics showed he bore the brunt of Arkansas' fruitless attack, handling the ball three out of five times. Rice has no better standing in the Southwest circuit than Arkansas and the game is billed as a "cellar championship." The Owls beat Arkansas 3-0 here last year. This season they have won only one game in six starts and bowed to the Texas University Longhorns in their only conference tilt. The Razorbacks. in addition to their three conference beatings, have lost two other games and won one conference engagement from Texas Christian University. They also hold a win over the Centra! Oklahoma Teachers. WANTED: Two men 'with cars to deliver samples and take orders. GOc an hour. Phone from 7 to 8 p. m. Fuller Brush Co. Phone 212 STATION DIAMOND CAFE Phone 363 • BIG REASONS It is milked clean. Kept clean. Put in clean sterlized bottles. Properly refrigerated. It is milked from government inspected and tested cows, and is pastuerized according to health standards. in a plant that has passed inspection by the United States Government. Call 938 and place your order or call your grocer and insist on pastuerized milk. HOPE CEAMERY and DAIRY CO. diplomat to try to make war illegal, and outlaw. Kellogg, born in New York state, went to Minnesota to study and practice law, and was elected to the senate. He wns a delegate to the Fifth Pan- American conference at Santiago in 1923, and to the sixth, at Havana in 1928. As Secretary of State Kellogg was active in the Geneva naval limitation conference of 1927 between Great Britain, Japan and the United States. He tried to compose the Tacna-Arica dispute by discussions between Chile, Peru and Bolivia. His most important achievement was the "Pact of Paris," in which 15 nations renounced was as an instrument of national policy in their relations with one another. "Illegal War" No New Idea The idea had not been original with Kellogg. Thinkers on the subject had for centuries envisioned the truely effective attack on war as making it illegal, depriving it of its status as a recognized means of attaining national objectives. In 1927 Premier Braind of France proposed a treaty between the United States and France in which cacli renounced war for all time as an instrument against the other. From this grew the desire to extend the plan, and after eight months of conference at Fairs, on August 28, 1928, there was signed a multilateral treaty renouncing war. Original signers included Germany, the United States. Belgium, France, Britain, taly, Japan, Poland, and Czechoslovakia. This time the United States ratified the treaty tin; following year without reservation. By mid-1929, a total of 45 nations had ratified this treaty. It is short and firnple. pledging each to use war no more in attaining national objectives. Hopes for Harmony Among Nations Although a certain cynicism had begun already to grow up regarding international pledges. Kellogg seemed justified in saying. "It is not too much to hope that through their adoption of and adherence to the principles enlbodiecl in the Pact, the nations of the world are entering on an era of better understanding in their dealings with one another." So it might have been if good faith had matched intentions. There may be some significance yet in the fact that no country yet admits breaking the treaty. Kellogg, again, did not live to see the complete nullification of his gallant effort to make of war an outlaw. He died in 1937. Almost as old as war itself, then, is this war on war. Each of its small victories is followed by a groat defeat. I Yet the fight goes on. and behind the war spirit in every country now fighting in Europe, there is pressure tor peace, a pressure which shows that the work of the thousands of devoted men and women who have worked for peace has not been quite in vain. NEXT: What the organized peace movement in the United States is doing now. State 4-H Champs (Continued from Page One) by projects included: Clothing—Mnrnette Carmical, Cleveland county. Gardening—Modena Phillips, Newton county. Pood preparation—{Catherine Post, Franklin county. Style dress revue—llln Gene Dennis, S'earcy county, Home bcoutUication—Lucille Frcc- mnn, Monroe county. Marnctte Carmical, Moclena Phillips, Kutherane Post, and Ilia Gene Dennis will represent Arkansas at the national 4-H club congress in Chicago in December, and will enter their projects in contests for national awards Lucille Freeman, state champion in home beautification, will receive a $50 gold watch as her award. The records o£ all five winners will be submitted for sectional and national awards, Jernigan said. Project chmapions among the boys will be announced later. On county achievement clay programs held throughout the state a. boy and a girl were singled out to receive the tites of county 4-H champion boy and the county 4-H champion girl. To compete for the county cham- pionshi paward, club members must be 15 years old and have completed three years of approved club work. Northwest District Pope—John M. Page. Jr. Dorothy Sudmcyer. Southwest District Clark — Sylvester Conine, Marjorie "Williams. Columbia — Wanda!! Malocli, Clco- lis Hudson. Hempslead — Herbert Butler, Leta Rhodes. Howard — Carter Howard Evelyn Feemster. Lafayette — Robert Smith, Dorothy Callicott. Little Rover — Guy Foster, Jr. Nornia Jean Gilbert. ., Miller — Mason Mosley, Virginia Elkins. Nevada — William McQuire, Robbie Stewart. Ouchita — Julius Rogers, Dorothy Purifoy. Fike — Thomas Ingram. Lois Webb. Folk — Herchcl Crow, Lucy Spikes. Sdvier — Oliver Bobbins. Ernestine Ann Adams. Union — Hai-rell Roberson Helen Gibbons. Legal Notice AMERICAN INVENTOR IHOUZONTAL il, 4 Pictured American Inventor. 10 Dexterous, 12 Single thing. 13 Tax. 14 Catnip. 16 Snaky fish.' 17 Surly dog. 18 Postscript 19 Bashful. 20 Royal Navy • (abbr.). 21 Lock part. 22 Indian. 24 To stitch. , 28 To harvest. Answer to Prevhnu Punle I3HSS ra HI SSHH HHH3 mm SS@ I3HI3I2) WGIflGI 0 46 Professional athlete. 47 Shrub. 29 Royal diadem. 49 Scries of 30 Lady in Spain. 31 Japanese' coin. 33 Grazed.i 34 Marsh. ; 35 Toward. 137 Steeped morsel,' 39 Biscuit.. 40 Transposed. J41 Adam's mate. 143 Lobelia. rows. 50 Not slack. 51 Moss. 53 Egyptian underworld god. 55 He invented the 56 His was the successful machine of its kind. VERTICAL 2 Dress trimmings. 3 Heathen god. 4 Grief. 5 Hybrid stallion. G Virginia willow. 7 Xmas carol. 8 To come in. !) Longs. 11 Right. 13 His gin seeds from cotton. 15 His gin Is the . or model for modern Kins. 17 To weep. 19 Sleeveless cloaks. 21 No. 22 English coin. 23 To be in debt 25 State of bliss 26 Was victorious, 27 Macaw, 32 Neither. 34 Merriment. 36 Convex molding. 38 Thin metal plate. 39 Manager. 40 Girder. 42 To give off. 44 Chinese dynasty. 45 Pressing tool. 46 Couple. 48 Performance. 60 Three. 52 Stop! 54 Whether. Crickets Hide, Science Seeks MILES CITY, Mont.—(A 1 )—What hap' pens to Mormon crickets when they disappear? Science doesn't know but would like to find out. 'Since 1933 crickets have plagued the countryside near here and throughout most of southeastern Mon- tnnn mid northeastern Wyoming, There were millions of them. Early this spring they appeared in great numbers in most parts of the urea they lout! had infested. • But by mid-season they had disappeared almost entirely, snys N. A, JacobKcn, Custcr and Powder River county agent. There were practically lone of the'm by late summer. "Anil yet no dead crickets were 'ound and there were no reports of the •rickets appearing in other (irca.s," said Jiicobsen. "Science has records showing that crickets have the habit of disappearing nysteriously, but scientists tell rnc they arc as mystified as I am." NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a special election will be held in the school building for white children in Providence School District No. 14 of Hempstcnd County. Arkansas, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock and 6:00 o'clock. P. M.. on Tuesday, the 28th clay of November. 1939. for the purpose of voting on the question of the dissolution of Providence School District Whe» JPU« rafter from Wifacfc*. •»• rulein. or muxnlar *clm Capwiln* re- H»v« rear i*lM*ry thr** d!lf«r*«t ••?•• Vols Rated No. 1 Team fajhe U.S. Texas A. & M. Given Second Place Over Notre Dame NEW YORK—I/I')—ll wns Tennessee N<5. 14 and the annexation of the ter- !lgiimst lhc c °u»tO' as. for the third ritory thereof to Hope School District I wuck in succession, the unbeaten, un- No. 1-A of Hempstead County Ar- i tlecl aml ""scorod-on Volunteers held kansas. in accordance with the order ! down tirsl ljlacc in thc Associated made and entered by thc County Court' Pl ' css . mitlonal foolba11 ranking poll, of Hempstead County, Arkansas, on j Ma i- Bob Neyland's powerhouse, the Gth day of November, 1939, which I which has played only two major [order is in words and figures as fol- • games, polled 81 out of 108 first-place lows, to-wit: votes in the fourth election of thc Just Received IOO Men's New Ail-Wool TOWNCLAD Winter Suits If you are one of the legion of thrifty men who demand well made, well styled clothing, see these PENNEY VALUES. IN TliE MATTER OF THE SPECIAL ELECTION IN PROVIDENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO'. 14 OF ' 11 HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS. ouDicrc Now un this 6lh day ol November | j 1939, tlie same being a regular adjourned day of lhc regular October, 111939, terYn' of this court, there is presented to the Court a petition asking for a special election to be held in said District on the question of the dissolution of said district and the annexation of the territory thereof to Hope School District No. 1-A of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and the Court, after considering said petition and after hearing the evidence introduced, finds: That said petition is signed by more The Styes Are NEW and DESIRABLE • Single Breasted • Fancy Weaves • Double Breasted • All Wool Fabrics • Drape Models • Regulars, Shorts • Belted Backs * Stouts, Longs Alterations Free PENNEY'S J C PENNEY COMPANY, Inc 0l poi a t e d season. This gave thc Southeastern Conference leaders, apparently headed for their second perfect campaign, 1,017 points for a walkaway victory. In ;i neck-and-ncck battle for second place Texas A. and M., the Southwest Conference pace-setter, moved up from firth to beat off Notre Dame by two points. The Aggies, who face what may be their biggest hurdle in Southern Methodist Saturday, drew six first-place ballots and 787 points to 11 first-place votes and 785 points for thc all-winning Irish. Tho Aggies, taking over thc spot held by Michigan before thc Wolverines' startling defeat by Illinois, shared thc week's fast-climbing honors with Southern California. Though tied in their opening game by Oregon, thc Trojans since then have come along than ten per cent (lOVc) of the qualified /iio impressively that the country's cx- ' ' • ~ perls advanced them into fourth place with 718 points from the No. 7 ranking they held last week. The First 10 Standing of the teams (points figured on 10-9-8-7-6, etc., basis, with first-place votes in parentheses): Team p oints 1. Tennessee! (81) 2. Texas A. and M. (6J 3. Notre Dame (11) •i. Southern California (5) 5. Cornell (1) 6. Oklahoma (3) 1. Tulane 8. North Carolina (I) 9. Ohio State 10. Michigan electors residing in said Providence School District No. 14, and that the prayer of said petition should be granted. It is therefore considered, ordered and adjudged by thc Court that a special election be and the same is hereby ordered held in said Providence School District No. 14 between thc hours of 2:00 o'clock and 6:00 o'clock, P. M., on Tuesday, the 28th day of November, 1939, in the school building for white children in said district, for thc purpose of voting on the question of the dissolution of said Providence School District No. 14 and thc annexation of the territory thereof to thc said Hope .School District No. J-A, the form of the ballot to be used in .said election to be substantially as follows: BALLOT Special School Election, Providence School District No. 14, of Hempstead County Arkansas (Mark out thyt for which you do not wish to vote) For Dissolution of Providence School District No. M of I-femp- stcad County, Arkansas, and thc annexation of the territory thereof to Hope .School District No. 1-A of Hempstead County, Arkansas. Against dissolution of Providence School District No. 14 of Hempstead County .Arkansas, and the annexation of the territory thereof to Hope School District No. 1-A of liurnpsloiid County, Arkansas. It is further ordered that said election be held and conducted and the) returns made thereof as required by law. It is further ordered that the County Examiner of Hempstead County publish notice of said election for the lime uiid in the '/uaiiner required i>.v law. J''J!A.NK KIDKIt Comity Jiulj{f! Witness my baud on this 7lh day of November. 19.7,1. E. E. Austin County Examiner 7-11-21 1,017 788 785 718 655 582 378 Vt 360',-; 9C 94 Second 10—U. C. L. A., 91; 12, Du- qucsne, 74; 13, Southern Methodist B9; 14, Dartmouth, 62; 15, Duke, 46' 16 Santa Clara, 29; 17, New York U. 24' is' Kentucky, 23; 19, Mississippi, 9; 20~ Alabama, 8. Also ran—Nebraska and Clomson, 7 each; Northwestern', 6; Purdue and Holy Cross, 4 each; Missouri and Forrlham. 2 each; Catholic U.. Georgetown. Iowa, Texas, Carnegie Tech and Oregon State, 1 each. Ohio State and Michigan, which hold those berths, arc Iho only defeated teams in tho first 10, while thc "second division" includes Duquesne, unbeaten and untied, and U. C. L. A., Dartmouth and Kentucky, which have sufferer! nothing worse than one deadlock apiece. Another Pushover for Vols ° While the Texas Aggies are battling tough S. M. U. this week, the Vols will be having a workout with The Citadel. Notre Dame's game with Iowa looms as a danger spot; Tulane and Michigan arc likely to have rough going against Alabama and Minnesota, respectively, while Southern Call-' fornin, Cornell, Oklahoma and ' North . Carolina should have less difficulty Stanford, Colgate, Kansas Slate and Davidson. Ohio State can use its subs 'Satur-j clay against Chicago—which, inciclen- • tally, might be given an honorary j vote as the games! team of* the year. i Legal Notice NOTICE OP REVISION OF ASSESSMENTS Notice is hereby given that tl Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3, of Hope, Arkansas will meet at thc office of L. Carter 11 Johnson, second floor of the Arkansas :| Bank & Trust Company building in' the city of Hope, Arkansas, at 10' o'clock A. M. Thursday, November ; 16th, 1939, for the purpose of revising'] and readjusting thc assessments of benefits against the real properly in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any change) I whatsoever, may appear before thc 11 Board and make application therefor and same will be considered. This 26th clay of October J9I19. POLK SINGLETON, EUGENE WHITK, CARTER JOHNSON, Board of Assessors. Oct 31, Nov 7-14 AT YOUR SERVICE Prescription Specialists We have long had a reputation for filling prescriptions with scientific precision, and the freshest drugs we insure your health; we cooperate with your physician. Two graduate phar- mists on duty. WARD & SON The Leading Druggist "We've Got It" I'hone 62 Motorcycle Delivery NOTICE We will not be open on Armiftice Day Saturday, November llth. (Legal Holiday) Citizens National Bank First National Bank POM Children's .SNIFFLES, S PARE your child much of tho misery of snltlllnR, nneczlnR, nnd nmothcry noslrll.1 rtuo to coldf! by Inserting Monlholntum In Ms noatrllit. This B°nl'lo ointment noolhm nml protfcts Irritated mucous membrane, reduces swelling, nnrt thus opens breathing pnssnRes •wider. It BOOH, checks sneezing nnd smlfTHnR. Also rub Montholntum on tho child's chest, bncl;, nnd n-cU. This will improve local blood clr- culnllon nncl help relieve cold dlscomtorts moro cftcctlvcly. Mentliolntum helps In so many wnys that you should nlwnyn remember this: Fcr Discomforts of Coldn—Mentholnlum. Link them together In your mind. MENTHOLATUM C/vea COMFORT Dully QUALITY PIANOS Beasley's Tcxarkana, Ark. HARVEY ODOM Local Representative TALBOTFEILD.Sr. ACCIDKNT and HEALTH With Life Insurance Clai'ms Paid 100% Promptly 9 years with Reliance Life Itnx 41, Hope, Ark. SHOP—COMPARE VALUE Winners You are safe from Seconds at Penney's Starting Thursday Morning MEN'S SUITS and TOPCOATS First Come First Served NEW RONDO PRINTS yard Fast to Washing SPECIAL FRIDAY MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Vat Dyed — Nu-Craf t Collars C^ 5OC WEDNESDAY BOYS 0 OVERALLS 25 C Buy Now — And Save SPECIAL FEATURE SANITARY NAPKINS 12 in a Box THURSDAY 10 O'CLOCK 3000 Large Size TOWEL c RENMANTS 5C E»ch SPECIAL 500 Sheets Facial Tissues FRIDAY IS REMNANT DAY 1 C . PINNEY COMPANY Inciipi.alc d WHERE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES ACROSS STREET FROM POSTOFFICE

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