Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 26, 1948 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 26, 1948
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Page Eight Will Indie for Lo Washington. C. Slaughter, !i c:rat President from Com; i--. mapped a "I nf;ainsf a lobin called "political HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CrcomulsionrcIicvcsp.TPmptlybccfiHse it goes right to the scr.t of the trouble to help loosen nnd expel i;<;rin latlca phlegm and aid natirrc to ',,-ioihc and heal raw, tender, inilnmed bronrliial mucous membranes. Ti- 11 >ourdni.qi>i5t to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the umier.sttn<li»;: j-ou must lilcc the way it quickly nl'lrus the conizh or you are (o have ymir money b;i'.:N. , f or Coughs.Clies.Csia's, Bronchitis B. R, HAV.M MOTOR CO, 2C7 East Second Phone 5P i( 'I he 'Ki-yoar old former ir-nresen- ^tntive was accused by a federal i.nraiKi jury yesterday of failing to register with Congress as a lobby ill tor grain interests who, the IJ'.U'y fair!. paid Slaughter over $43,- 'llOii for his services. The indiettnent was rcturrcd alter a three uionths investigation the Justice Department. It eiiaiged slaughter with violation the lobbying ;>el-- passed the same Mr. Truman successfully iouj'JH the Kansas Citian's relclcc- tiou bid. Slaughter said, however, the do • partnient "not only knows that it : cannot make a ease, but likewise ; l.no'.vs thai my contracts of em :|.loynient. in writing, as drawn by imp specifically exclude 'lobbying! i activities'." I i He said that one grand jury dei elined to act "after hearing all tlie witnesses" whereupon "the do- .partimnt sought to persuade an! other jury to act, which it has." j "This misdemeanor indictment | is not unexpected," Slaughter's i .statement added, "although it was idiffieiill to believe that a political i grudge light would be carried to jthe point of utilizing the Depart jmetil of Justice. ! Slaiit'lilor said he plans to "fight i this matter to a finish and demon- l.s-trale for all to see how far ma-] j chine polities has gripped and I taken over the onetime lair and ; impartial administration of justice Jin this country." ! After his election in Congress in Slaughter served on the powerful House Rules Committee where he stirred Mr. Truman's He by teaming with Republican iriembers in opposition to many i administration proposals. In the 19-1(1 Missouri Democratic primary the president came out for Slaugh ler's opponent. Enos Axlell. Axtcll won but lost in tlie general elcc- to Republican Albert L Jr. In yesterday's court action, the grand jury charged that Slaughter .'ii.it §25,001) salary and $18,59.0.13 in expense's for "attempting to in- legialation of "the 8()th on behalf of the Kansas Chicago boards of trade Minneapolis Grain Ex- Births tion to i Reeves. Congress City and and the change. The jury also reported that he got 5:7,500 salary and $2.5117.44 in expenses from the North American Export Grain Association, Inc of New York City. The folluwinn is a list of births registered on or before November 'M, 1048: HEMPSTEAD COUNTY White C. R. niirl Krc'icUi Carlton, Km- met. boy. Carolvn. Burreli and dilin Tavlor, Hope Kin, Uarbar;i. Kolund and Jassie Ballard, Hope fiirl. Vicki. C. E. and Mildred Johnson, Hope, boy, David. J. P. and Minnie Thompson, Florence, Ala.. Kirl, Janice. H. T. and Oma Dixon, Hope, bov, Thomas. Paul and Rosalie Cook, Hope, girl, Mary. Z. ]{. and Milrce Parsons, Texarkana, Tex., boy, Charles. N. G. and Joyce Parker, Texarkana, girl, Margaret.. F. N. and Enid Pardue, Hope, boy, Erv.'in. A. E. and Kuby Colton, Lcwis- ville. girl, Juanita. ^ F. E. and JoAnna C'aldwell, Columbus, girl, Joan. W. E. and Lucia Dougan, Emmet, boy, Waller. J. Cecil and Huby Atchlet, Hope, boy, Donald. J. O. and Lillian Tale, Hope, boy, Donald. L. W. and Nadra Gilbert, Fulton, girl, Barbara. T. E. and Murial O'Sleen, Hope, boy, -Thomas. James and Mattic Lawrence Hope, girl. Diana. Thomas and Mary VVoodard Hope, boy, Thomas. Morgan and Patsy Kov/e, Hope girl, Peggy. nobe.i-t and Lois O'Neal, Hope girl, Elizabeth. Lynn and Myra Browning, Hope, Girl, Mary Lee. H. H. and Mary Tippitt, Hope, girl, Vieki. Ray and Lois Sewell, Lewisville boy, Don. Gordon and Julia Smart, Palmos girl, Glcnda. Lee and Junic Still, Hope, girl Linda. Emmet and leie Biddle, Palmos, boy, David. T. E. and Annie Toner, Hope girl, Marion Sue. Non-White Robert and Robbie Moore, Hope girl. James and Annie Williamson Hope, girl. R. J. and Georgia Savage. Hope, Friday, November 26. 1948 boy. ./. A. and Lcola Hunter, Hope, boy. Hushcl and Wilma Martin, Hope, girl. Jesse and Pauline Brock, Hone boy. A. C. and Varda Campbell, Hope, boy. Wilie and Verncader Robinson, Hope, girl. Cleveland and Makila McFaddon, Fulton, girl. Charlie and Lee Mixon, Nashville, girl. Joe and Isbell Tyrce. Hope, boy. Clifford and Ko.sie Thornton, Fulton, girl. Joseph and Rosic Stewart, Hope, boy. Robert and Cozetla Williams, Saratoga, boy. William and Nolic Walker, McCaskill, boy. Shirley and Flordelt Archie, Washington, boy. Luther and Odessia Morrison, Ozan, boy. Floyd and Juanita Walker, Ozan girl. Theo and Percilla Johnson, Washington, boy. Andrew and Sarah Jones, Hope boy. Gordon and Willie Mitchell. Washington, girl, Calvin and Ardcnn Douglas, Hope, girl. James and Geneva Jones, Ivultoii boy. James and Margaret Stuart, Hope boy. Ehnorc and Exter William-;, Hove girl. Qn-Fami Employment Hits Ail-Time Peak in Arkansas Little Rock, Nov. 2? — (IP} — Nonagricultural employment in Arkansas hit an all-time high in mid October, the state employment security division reported today. The division said total employment of that classification last month was 254,000—or 2,600 more than the mid-September total. There were 80,200 persons employed in manufacturing alone last month. This was an increase of about 700 over the previous The Ferris wheel takes its nrmc from its designer, George W. Ferris, American engineer and bridge builder. 8 light sets Special only Pouch, Une/arorm Or Shoulder Strap The first complete stock we have had since the war. Buy now. Boxed Cards <J, f™ ^ Boxed Cards 25 in box .... '&L:<J} Your choice of costume colors in scintillating plastic jialcjit, calf or lirciadcloih . . . superbly flylcj in llio newest designs to win licarly ajijilaufc! rt All Wool snow suits in sizes 2 to 6. Regular 4.98 and 5.95 values. Special only 1 OS Ideal for the home. 2 feet high. Regular 1.25 values 7 light sets Special only 4 yard lengths in cellophane packages Special for only 7 light Outdoor Sets. Special . Bubble light sets 9 lights. Only . . 8s«. I 7 inch white plates Special for 'i only . . . 1 Special only Ladies All wool in both lon and short sleeves. ors 1 •*»%)> tidies 100'.;. all Nylon. Long sleeves *! Only K. lecfrsc One year Guarantee Automatic Iron complete, only Special '/••'Here is a real value buy j j n these ladies panties. Dry Fast" Towels Size 53x18. Special for only 39c Wash Cloths Muskoa.ee wash cloths, Special buys for only 7c Assi-. CK. Ca,-,f! / 5 i:,. 'L,..- KP fJly 1 hcse arc irregulars in ull new ihadeb. All sizes. '},,!.• 51 1 rimz drapes for bedroom or living room. Only W. We arc continuing our Warehouse Disposal Sale for 3 more days. Bargains to double your Dollars, and double our sales. Hundreds of people have taker* advantage of thssc savins and more merchandise has been added. Don t miss ihis great erc-^fr. SPECIAL! MEN'S Small and , Medium, water repellent, in Blue only. Zipper front, elastic sides. Regular 6.95 value Cnmplcle line of .Chrisltnas Vou'fl find al! sizes and kinds in our big stock. M<»kc your Selection Now. MEN'S Black, brown and tan in all sizes. Plain, cap and wing toe styles. Values to 8.95. LADIES' Part wool. Small, medium and large sizes. 98c values. PANTIES Childrens rayon panties and bloomers. Sizes 2 to 12. 81x99, double bed size sheets. Real values for 'only. Yard wide, in pink, blue, rose and white. Regular 39c outing. yard Smart styles and materials. All colors. Regular 2.98 and 3.98 hats. 0)1 CH ENSILE Misses robes in rose, blue and pink. Sizes 2 to 12. Special only a El w Regular 2.98 and 3.98 values. All styles and colors. Only Plus tax j| With separate can, leg- gins and coat. Vclu-s to 9.98. For children. vember 29th Lost Day of This Sale GOWNS Heavy outing gowns in solid colors and stripes. All sizes. 1 "77 it// Boys long sleeve rhirvs in sizes 2 to 6. Assorted colors. Only Heavy flcccrd lino. Grey, blue, reel and rnai::o. Regular 1.98 shirl.s. Chiiilia-Vr, U ^ f-f<' r :: > •>"."• i! i !i '.>' i '- '...I Famous t-Z audit'.' for fit and clurobiliiy. Lonq sleeves and le;v ; :, Si/es 4 to 16. 1 */O S O .i'E- .if K o ,rti e r^ '-";-':. u . ^•"• 1 ; ™1 P iw 1 w -VA o t/ .i k. ..-- •••-..'< -,'!.'5 -nil douljle b-ocl size in blue, oreen, and njse. Size 32x105. Only 4/-V-J f* ~, ... .-, Infant and cl'iildrcns wool :aps. Regular 6 r ' ; c val- jes. f-Jow they : All i;i.- PRICES GOOD at BOTH l! Don'fr Miss This SALE New Prints Nylon Hose Fast color prints in flowered patterns and yard wide. Only yard Smart styles and new i colors and materials. These are real buys. 39.95 SUITS 29.95 and 24.95 SUITS 19.95 SUITS Men's "s All wool coats in tan, blue and herringbone. These arc regular 29.95 to 39.95 values. Sheet In all white, size 70x95. Warm and finely woven. Reg. 2.29 values. All wool in both single nnd double breasted styles. Tan or blue. Sizes 34 to 42. Regular 39.95 values. Now. Boys outing pajamas in stripes and checks. Sizes .2 to 8. Men's Plain or cap toe styles with good composition soles. All sizes. Boys' S Wool caps with ear flaps. Regular 1.98 values. For cold weather wear. Mens In this big group you'll li'H'i part wool, and iiiose famous WINGS I shirts with airplane ! rkth collars that will | :.L:rvv'ecir the shirt. Reg| uiar and fob collar ilyles. Values to 5.95 E u <j V-fr* 3 ^% YOUR FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STOUE Sheeer nylons in new fall shades. All sizes. Buy several pairs. Men's Regular 7.95 to 10.95 values. Odd lots and most sizes. Children's Ribbed cotton in sizes 5i to 9. Buy a supply now. Only Men's All wool, part wool in sleeveless, long sleeves, coat styles and slip over. All colors. Guaranteed values to 7.95. Dress ' shoes, oxfords, nurses black oxfords, sandals and school oxfords. Tan, brown and black in all sizes. Values to 6.95. Each pair a real buy. Men's Heavy flannel in bright plaids of green, red and blue. Sizes 14 to 17. I;, Men's ip Boots Sporting boots with knee laces. Regular 9.98 values. Sizes 6 to 1 1. Tennis Shoes Men's and boys' in all sizes. Buy now at this low price. Only 1. SHOP OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT DEPARTMENT You'll find Dolls, Toys, Bicycles, Scooters, Xmas Tree Lights, Comb, Brush andj Mirror Seis, Shaving Sets and Billfolds. Buy now and use our LAY-AWAY PLAN A small deposit will hold your selection until Xmas | .— . ..^ __ __. , 4

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