Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1948 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 2, 1948
Page 2
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Page Two CHAPPED UPS?) I - - - QUICK REUEF WITH SMARTING PAIN ...MAKES VOU SMILE AGAIN McMath Will Stop Misuse of Funds Cummins. Dec. 2 — f/!>) — Q OV . lod Sid McMnlh said today that se by state institutions of 'unan- piopriated "cash funds" will bo m [| CCi Whe " h ° takt ' K office noxt ' lUcMath, who en me to the state prison farm hero to confer with loc- islntors in this section of the state A Christmas Suggestion Give—-•— PET-O-PARIS SPORTS Sri thnf ^ ' ' Q " ° ' ' ers that need no pampering. Ideal for school' For work! • For play! Browns, blacks or reds.' Outstandmg values. Sizes 31- to 11. Widths BROWN CALF BLACK or BROWN CALF IN HOPE IT'S FOR SHOES fu ,J?P wo " ld rcacommend that the 1949 legislature make large enough appropriations so that institutions will not have to rely on cash funds." The "cash funds" to which he reierred are income, other than apropriations, which some institutions have. The penal farms for instance, have an income from crops. Attorney General Guy Williams recently ruled that exepndi lure of such "cash funds" is illc gal. "Even if this money is being spent for good purposes, it wil lavc ,, ( ° bo S P C "*- according to aw," McMath declared. The governor-elect said he expects to increase welfare payments to the national average of ?38 ; month during the next four years Previously he had said only that he loped to accomplish his campaign promise. McMath also said he hopes to increase the payments through more efficient collection of existing .axes. ' He declined to comment on i proposal by Rep. James A. Gipson 3enton, that the state severance ax on bauxite be boosted from ten cents a ton to $5 with the new revenue going into welfare and-rmb- ic institution funds. McMath said he would make no appointments to his .highway commission until he definitely knows what his road program will include -He said he had received many applications for positions on the 1 commission. Give, Her a Wistinghouse AUTOMATIC WASHER with the exclusive that saves up to OH MI SJAIEMK-SHU TUNSMISSIOK FOR f>ROOF~Le» Us Wash a load of Your Clothes FREE! Phone us and make arrangements to see a load of your doUu-a washed thuruwjhly ckan the easy Laundromat way. It's FREE and there's 110 obligation. Measures Water to the Size of the Load. All You Do Is Set a Dial. INSTALLS ANYWHERE no bolting lo the floor ... no vibration ... no shimmy ... no shoko. 1. SAVES WATER-Precioua hot water and soap. Important savings that help the Laundromat pay for itself while working for you. 2. WASHES ClEANER-ExclusIve patented washing action washes gently, thoroughly Soiled water drains AWAY from dothw not THROUGH them. 3. ENDS WASHDAY WORK-No bending or .stooping. Completely automatic. Pills washes, triple-rinses, damp-dries, ' itself, shuts itself off. iouse> 120 S. ELM Tun* fn TED MALONE; H °P e Phone 45 ; every morning; Monday through Friday. .. ABC f ° STAR < Heiress, 16, Jailed for 'Loitering 7 I Nov.- York, Dec. 2 — (UP) — A j 10-year old heiress whose mother f>.i.'fl she h.Td unlimited spending money was arrested today as she oitered on n street corner with teen age youths. I'olicc said the girl's home ap parenUy hod been the scene of a drinking party while the parents jvero away ami that the house had ijceii ransacked and valuable jew plrly including two diamond brace Jets were missing. The girl was identified as Bar ibara Kemp, daughter of Harold Kemp vice president of a radio advertising concern. The youths nrrested with her on charges of violating the Sullivan law were , al ri V Chappy " Crawford, 15 i ana Charles Davis, 10-year-old Negro. I Mrs. Kemp said she was "sure Barbara is a victim and must have been intimidated." "I cnn't understand why it han- pnncd," she said. "We have done everything for Garbara. She has unlimited spending money and closets filled with clothes. She is a member of our social set and our county club." Patrolman James Conway first observed the girl and the youths. Jle became suspicious and trailed them several blocks. He started to question them and the boys began scufriin.r. He knocked them to the sidewalk and covered them with a revolver until helD arrived. Conway said during the scuffle Bar- ARKANSAS bara stood by, apparently terrified. A .45 caliber pistol was found on Crawford and a .32 caliber revolver on Davis. The were booked for violation of the Sullivan law. Thpe girl was detained on suspicion of violating the Sullivan law. Barbara told police a diamond bracelet was lost in the scuffle Police searched the gutter and a nearby catch basin but did not find it. One bracelet was found on Crawford. Barbara's parents told police that when they returned home they found the house in a shambles, including the bar in a downstairs room. Bottles were scattered on the floor, including an empty, scotch bottle and another one half full. Upstairs the master bedroom was found ransacked and a pistol missing from a night table. A bullet from it found imbedded in the floor. Analysis shows that there is no great difference in the nutriment content of lightshelled or dark- shelled eggs. Bell on Coast to See Irish, Play California Thursday, December 2, 1948 „ Lo f Angeles, Dec. 2 — «>) — M° ! H H-T^ Bo!1 of Southern Methodist University reached here by Plane.last night and said he is on a business trip. nH isnbclicved Bt>11 «' hosc telrn plays Oregon in the Cotton Bowl New Year s day was here to scout Notre Dame in the Irish-Southern Cahloinia game next Saturday Southern Methodist is neeo- tiating with Notre Dame for a enmc next season Rephon's Suggestions for THE ONE WAY MILLIONS ASK FOR ASPIRIH AT. ITS BEST IS ft New Reduced Price on Lorkwood Hosiery for Christmas Giving VAMP-TOE* NYLONS as seen in Vogue •This is your new stocking...to give you that wanted "tone balance" for all the browns and brown-blocks in your wardrobe. Flatteringly sheer..with the famous Larkwood hairline seams and the protective, pretty Vamp-toe*. 15 denier, 51 guage |. 20 denier, 45 guage 30 denier, ,45- : guage Now - - - Use Our Lay-Away Plan $1.00 Down Will hold your selection until December 20th. Buy the things you want now. You'll enjoy shopping at Rephan's for each member on your list. Come in and see the many new things we have for Christmas. Select them now and use our convenient Lay- Away Plan. GIFTS WRAPPED FREE We gift wrap your Gifts FREE of charge at Re- phan's. LADIES HOUSE SHOES The most complete selection we have ever had You'll find felt, leather, velvet and fur lined. Wedge heels flat heels and others. ' ^ MEN'S | House Shoes m f£ All leather with leather soles X Opera house shoes that are jjjj fully fur lined. MEN'S House Shoes A large selection of felts and " ff! leathers in this group. Just the gift to please him. Sheer misty nylons that are 51 guage, 15 denier and in new shades. Only 1.59 These are extra long, 51 guage, 15 denier. Sizes 9 to 11 and ail new shades. 1.98 NYLONS 45 and 48 guage and 20 and 30 denier. Sizes 8^to 10J,-. New shades. 98c Towel Sets A large selection in pretty pastel colors. Thick and thirsty. Cannon towels that are gift wrapped. Men's Robes Give him one of these warm robes. Assorted colors and all sizes. Ladies Slips Tailored and lace trimmed slips in white and tea rose. All sizes. 1.98 to 3.98 Men's Bed Jackets Lovely satin bed jackets in blue and pink. They're lace trimmed 2.98 Broken lots and discontinued numbers m the seasons' smartest dress shoes. SUEDES & CALF SKIN IN BLACK. BROWN and RED AIRSTEP-LIFESTRIDE-TEEN-AGE ALL STYLES DISPLAYED ON TABLES GROUP 1 Values to $10.95 GROUP 2 Mostly casuals but some dress shoes Values to $7.95 B , , GROUP 3 Broken lots and discontinued styles for Women and growing girls. Values to $6.50 NYLON HOSE 51 guage, first quality i n the new fall shades. A Kill range of sizes 1. Pair X-RAY FITTINGS AH c , r- , Hop8 ' Arkon s<»« All Soles F.nal. A || Sa{es Fino | Smart new WINGS dress shirts in white and patterns. All sizes. todies Gowns Tailored and lace trimmed in rayon, satin and jersey. Ideal for her Christmas. 1.98 to 5.95 Men' jC Wings and Kerry Knight ^ pajamas in stripes and vt solids. Just the gift for $ his Christmas. ffft BLANKETS Woven Jacquard, reversible blankets that are part wool and 72x84. A real buy. BLANKETS These-pre' 85% cotton, 10% rayon and ,;5%- 'Wool., Beautiful block plaids-, Double' bed size. TRICYCLES Select that tricycle now. A big stock 10.95 to 14.95 WAGONS Well made aluminum wagons for the kiddies. 3.98 and 7.95 Dolls - Dolls - Dolls The most complete selection of dolls we have ever had. Plastic, wetsie dolls, Mama dolls and others. 8 inch to 24 inch dolls. You're sure of getting just the doll you want at Rephan's. ^ if\ • «^* f\f* 69c to 7.95 You'll enjoy shopping at Rephan's for each member on your list. '•iL YOUR FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE

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