Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 9, 1938 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 9, 1938
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fh'lflay> September fli_-lQ88 STAR, HOPfi, -ARKANSAS Softball Season Ends; Playoff Next Title Play for Second Half Will Be Held Next Week Friday night's game betgecn Wil- linms Lumber company and Brunci'- Ivory Haiullo company lins boon postponed because of the death of Mrs. J. ;R.•Williams' fnthcr. This wns the finnl game of tlic lea• guoischedulo. No games will bo play- cil Fridny night. •Finns arc now underway to arrange the play-off series lo determine the jecond-lmlf champions. The series will 'be played ^oinc time next week. It was n boring pnrndu those Cnli- t'ornin postmen had at thuir st:ite convention—walking oil those miles with nothing to read. The Regent of Hungary is now back tome from his visit lo Hitler, and It •.becomes obvious that though he is an elderly man he is hellin' Horthly. An.onnouncemoiH arrives of a forth•coming book on nntural American catastrophes of recent years. We look 'forward to the chapter on Tnmmnny Hall. Storks, it is reported, are rapidly vanishing from Denmark. The chances are they've been- migrating to Italy. The news that a concrete fortress was built in Washington recently in a day's time leaves us cold. Digging's' Legal Notice Hope Softball League Clubs Bruner-Ivory Williams Lumber CCC Cnrnp Goo. W. Robison Highway Dept Hope Basket W. M 10 9 ... G ... 5 5 L. Pel. 1 2 4 10 9 12 .933 .833 .G92 .375 .333 .294 Thursday's'Results liobison 7, Highway Dept. 10. Hope Basket 13, Brunei- M. Postponed Williams Lumber vs. Bruncr-Ivory (Km).of Schedule) Southern Association Clubs Atlanta Nashville New Orleans Memphis Little Hock Birmingham Chuttsmoogu Knoxville W. 87 HO 78 7« 74 71 6G 58 L. Pot. 02 .584 65 G7 74 7.1 78 81 88 .552 .538 .507 .4!I7 .477 .449 .397 Thursday's'Results Kno.xvi lie-Nashville (n). Chattanooga-Atlanta (n). Only games scheduled. (tames Friday Little Hock at Memphis. •Chattanooga at Atlanta. •Knoxville at Nashville. New Orleans at Birmingham. American League Cost of the publication of this Proposed Amendment to tho Taxpayers $137.50. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 24 Proposed by the General Assembly And filed in the office of the Secre- tory.of State on February 2Gth, 1937. A RESOLUTION TO SUBMIT AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITD- TION, TO PROVIDE THAT THE JUDGE OF THE CHANCERY COURT OF EACH COUNTY SHALL PRESIDE OVER THE PROBATE COURT OF SUCH COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR THE TRIAL OF ALL PROBATE COURT MATERS BEFORE THE JUDGE OF SAID COURT, AND FOR APPEALS FROM THE PRO2ATS COURT TO THE SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS: AND AUTHORIZING THE LEGISLATURE TO PROVIDE FOR A CLERK FOR THF. PROBATE, OR TO CONSOLIDATE CHANCERY AND PROBATE COURTS; AMENDING SECTIONS 19. 34. AND 35 OF ARTICLE VII OF THE CONSTITUTION. BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas and the Senate of the State of Arkansas, a majority oC all the members elected to each House agreeing thereto; that the following be, and tht> same is hereby proposed as an amendment lo the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wil: Section 1. Section 34 of Article VII of the Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 34. In each county the Judge of the court having jurisdiction in matters of equity shall be judge of the court of probate, and have sucli exclusive original jurisdiction in matters relative to the probate of wills, the estates of deceased persons, executors, administrators, guardians, and persons of unsound mind and their estates, as is now vested in courts of probate, or may bo hereafter prescribed by law. The judge of the probate court shall try all issues of the law and of facts arising in causes or proceedings within the jurisdiction of said court and therein pending. The regular terms of the courts of probate shall be held at such times as is now or may hereafter be prescribed by law; and the Genera] Assembly may provide for the consolidation of chancery and probate courts." .Section 2. Section 35 of Article VII of the Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 35. Appeals may be taken from judgments and ovders of courts of probate to the Supreme Court; and until otherwise provided by the General Assembly, shall be taken in the same manner as appeals from courts of chancery and subject to the same regulations and restrictions." Section 3. Section 19 of Article VII of the Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 19. The clerks of the circuit courts shall be elected by the qualified electors of the several counties for the term of two years, and shall be cx-officio clerks of the county and probate courts and recorder; provided, that in any county having a population exceeding fifteen thousand inhabitants, as shown by the last Federal census, there shall be elected a county clerk, in like mariner as tile clerk of the circuit court, and in such cose the county clerk shall be ex-officio clerk of the probate court of such county until otherwise provided by the General Assembly." Section 4. The provisions of the •Constitution of the State of Arkansas in conflict with this amendment are hereby repealed in so far as they are in conflict herewith; and this amendment shall take effect on the first day of January next following its adoption. Witness my hand and seal on this the 1st day of April, 1938. C. G. Hall, Secretary O f State. •Clubs New York Boston Cleveland Detroit •Washington Chicago St. Louis .Philadelphia W. L. Pet. 90 '41 ... 75 54 73 67 G5 54 4G 4G 56 03 07 70 80 85 .G87 .f)81 .566 .515 ;492 .435 ;3G5 .305 Thursday's Results Detroit '4, Cleveland 1. Washington 5, Philadelphia 2. New York 4, Boston 0. •St. Louis-Chicago (rain). Games (Friday New York at Washington. Detroit at'Cleveland. St. Louis at Chicago. Philadelphia at Boston. National League Clubs Pittsburgh Chicago Cincinnati . New York Boston St. Louis ... Brooklyn Philadelphia W. 76 72 72 72 B5 61 58 41 L. 52 58 59 59 64 69 71 85 Pet. .594 .554 .550 .550 .504 .4G9 .450 .325 Thursday's Results New York 6, Boston 4. Chicago 7, St. Louis 4. Two night games. Games Friday Boston at Philadelphia. iBrooklyn at New York. Chicago at St. Louis. Only games scheduled. quicker, and still not quick enough. next month. She says she'll wave her ready started the fanfare. Modern diplomacy encounters „ brick wall: General Franco rejects the troop - withdrawal plan, there's nothing left to do. DO YOU KNOW-? ByArtKrenz -WHO WON EXTRA -HOLE MATCH EVER PLAV£D IN NATIONAL -WHAT •Bib T£N COACH A/£l/#? PLACED vw?s/7y FOOTBALL ? - WHAT JOCtfcy ONCE. n RODE IK STRAIGHT WINNERS if ,#. ' Answers to Art Krenz Cartoon 1. Maurice McCarthy, now of Cincinnati, and George Von Elm, now of'Los Angeles, played the longest extra-hole match in the history of the National Amateur golMournament. McCarthy won on the 10th extra hole after Von Elm tied the'match on the 18th at the Merion Cricket Club in 1930, the year of Robert Tyre Jones' grand slam. 2. Due to lack of size, 'Bob Zuppkc head coach at Illinois, was unable to make the Wisconsin ^vr.rsity. 2. Gordon Richards rode 12 straight winning horses in three successive afternoons in England in 1933. By'HARRY GRAYSON Sports Editor, NBA Service Montreal Maroons suspending for a year once more illustrates how thoroughly America has adopted the Canadian game of hockey. . . Canadian clubs find it impossible to compete Jochum, reputed to be the women's 1938 national A. A. U. champion ... a two-mile bicycle race . . . not to men tion the fireworks. . . . Night baseball, it seems, created a new field for iverybody but baseball players. Wants Yankees to Win 20 Games Eddie Meade's best friends are telling him that Ceferino Garcia will prove too big and strong for Henry Armstrong at Madison Square Gar- Jon, November 2. ... The Philipino is H lull-grown welter . . . and Armstrong, barely a lightweight, is,, too good and game a boy to be over- III1JJU^?>IIJ1U IU LUJIljJUle ""."-..V..... . . . T , *ini_ inunrait tunolU- with richer organizations in a circuit ers Garden City and Cherry Valley, in which visiting outfits do not share lnc Long Island courses over which the receipts. Cleveland with its new million-dollar arena would be iis new miinon-doiiar arena would be *'"=""«B"» ireucneruus uaKinom, the ideal spot for the vacated National scene of the National Amateur, Sep- League franchise, but the International-American League Barons did so well last season that Al Sutphin would be foolish to go to the expense of building a major leaguo array . Rand is scheduled to do a fan Pittsburgh lacks a rink with sufficient dance for a Massachusetts^ county fair seating capacity for the bigger stuff. . Reds outdid Dodgers in nocturnal fans for fair, and press agents have al- festival at Crosley Field. . . . There was a mile run between Glenn Cunning- a ham and Gene Venzke, with five ic others trailing ... a 100-yard dash and now and a mile walking race . . . and exhibition of distance; throwing by'Betsy THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson . COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. ALTTHOLX3H WE SPEAK OF SEE/NO NO ONE EVEFJ. HAS SEEN ONE, FOfS. THEVARE WHAT CAUSES AFRICZAN n SLEEPING SICKNESS V ANSWER: True African sleeping sickness is caused by protozoa, called "trypanosomes." Tsetse flies only spread the disease. THE Titanic disaster was not in vain. The whole world, stirred by the tragedy, joined « movement to see that such tilings could «M»t pccuj """ : - Cancer, one of the oldest known diseases, is curable, but because of delayed treatment is the second largest cause of death in the United States. Washington Mr. and Mrs. J. M. May and fimly and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Timberlake and family spent Labor Day on a camping trip to .Little Missouri river. Mrs. L. F. Monroe returned home Friday from a vacation trip to Hot Springs. 'STio was accompanied home by Mrs. Jeraldine Garner of Summitt, Miss., who is her guest for several days. Mrs. Lee Holt and Miss Kathryn Holt were visitors in Texarkana last Wednesday where Miss Holt has accepted a place on the'faculty of the Arkansas side Junior High school .as .instructor of 'English and 'History. Mr. and Mrs. M. O.-Rowe and young son, Marshall, Jr., moved here from •Big Springs, Texas, this past week and -have an apartment in the home of Miss Mary Calls. Miss Mary Ella>Hubbard left Monday /or Little Rock to enter Draughan's Business College there. . Mr. and' Mrs. O. A.. Williams and little idaughter, Gwen, spent .the week end with .relatives in Texarkana. Mrs. Paul Dudney has as supper guests last Wednesday night, Mrs. Claud Johnson and Mrs. Erwin Moses and two daughters of Hope. Claud and Willie Johnson .went to ElDorado last Friday after a visit of more : than a week with their sister, Mrs. Paul Dudney and family. Mr. and Mrs.. 'J. K. McDonald .and family of Rooston Visited Lee McDonald Saturday, night. Mrs. -Walter Baber df 'Hot; Springs is spending the week .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. .P.-Parsons. Miss Mary Kathryn Page returned home Sunday from a 10 days visit with Miss.Trudie Merle'Davidson at'Fulton. Mrs. Chas. Barnett of Texarkana was guest of :her sisters, Mrs. 'Pink.Horton and Miss Ella Monroe last Friday. 'Lester'Booker of'Little'Rock arrived Saturday night for a visit with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Booker. Miss Joella Gold left' Monday for Batesville to begin her junior year at Arkansas College. • ' Mrs. John James and little daughter, Lewis at International 'Labor-Par-fe ' ' ' ^ * ( °r', '' -•..•<' '• "' •'•'•••'" ,'"' •(.:'•'• ." ::•' ' '• ... . ,' "., '.•. r ,.:"''«Cj New international connections .for <the/C. *.!.: O,: were ."expected>'to rest-fr'' tion of of Workers I Workers; Leon' J J6uhaux,?Head of the ^French ;Cohfederafi'<tti •kers; and 'John 'L! Lewis, of ;the: American'Committee'for ^iln-" dustrial Organization. ~ • "•> Martha, of Hope, were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.:L. Levins. •','•,' Mrs. Earl Bruce has as Sunday guests Mrs.-Buddy Bowden, Mrs.'Doyle'Bruce' and little daughter -Barbara' Ann of 'Hope. .. • ' .'••'/> Miss. Evie Beck, who'has been-tech- ing at Daisy, Ark., and her sister, Miss Mary Ann Beck, arrived : here 'Satur'. day to spend six, weeks with their! .grandmother Mrs. Mary Beck. ."Miss Evie'will resume her teaching aUDsiisy •about the middle of October. • * Miss Nancy Clark of Arkadelphia .who. is to teach a commercial- course .in •the local high 'school this, year, .was a (-visitor here. Sunday. • . •Friends of. M. -\". Wilson i are Jglad to 'know that he .is up again" after an illness/of 'two weeks. •-•.,. - matched. Willie Turnesa consid- lie qualified, harder to score on than Pittsburgh's treacherous Oakmont, tember 12-17. ... Joe McCarthy would like to have the Yankees 20 games out in front at the end of the trail . . . and thus surpass the record his 193G champions made when they galloped to the American League pennant 19M; lengths ahead of the second-place Tigers. . . . Al Ciuci, New York pro, says that you expect a professional to analyze a golf course, but that an amateur seldom uses his head for anything but a hat rack. . . . Old Stanislaus Zbys/.ko is ushering another Polish wrestler, a 267-poundcr named Wladyslaw Tallin, around the country. . . . Chief Chewacki, the 2G4- pound Oklahoma Injun, went to a Cleveland hospital the other night when Iron Man Talun picked him up and dropped him across his knee. Fear Ruth Might Be Hurl Bill McKechnie says that the Cincinnati Reds' toughest break of the season came the other afternoon when Lee Grissom, the All-America Lefty, decided to steal second base for no reason at all ... and wound up with the nastiest sprained ankle he ever saw. . . . The downfall of the Giants has saddened telegraph operators who dot and dash the doings at Yankee Stadium and the Polo Grounds. . . . The operators won't eat cold turkey and potato salad at the Polo Grounds as they did during the last two world series. . . They'll have to pack away double portions at Yankee Stadium. . . . Giants have purchased Manuel Salvo, 200-pound, six-foot, three-inch right-hander from San Diego for spring delivery. . . . Salvo turned in a three- hitter for his 20th victory in the Pacific Coast League. . . . He has fanned 17G. . . . Last year he led the loop with 19G strikeouts and won 19. . . . Brooklyn turned down Babe Ruth's request for a player's contract —so that he could pinch-hit—largely because it would be a black eye for the National League if the ancient and honorable Bambino were reinstated and then badly hurt. Beginning Next Week In Hope Star

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