Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 21, 1948 · Page 2
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S*oge Two Studio Ordered to Pay Writer Back Wages HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Los Anscles, Dec. 21 — f,Ti —-Met- rt.-Goldw.vn-Mayer movie studio is Under federal court order today to reinstate Screen Writer Lester College in his $l,350-a-\veck job and pay him about $75,000 back salary. Judge Leon R. YanKwich. yoster- day sharply criticized Eric 'Johns- tori,'president of the motion picture association of major producers and upheld a jury verdict last Fri- ' de | l * hwu "y oomrorllng help for enrill.tJMl"* "Rheumatism. Arthrlti.. Neuritis, Lumbago, Sclatlcn, or Neurnlgia try £?,?&£ y° r . fc * l !! tough the bl °° d - Plrrt doS work total H,/i'*V a , lln|t pttln B0 I"" 1 Ctt ° *fb ^ I "fe «nd sleep more comfortably. Get Somind at druggist today. Quick, complete satisfaction or money back guaranteed. d.iy in Cole':; favor n (\ t:i - f ,-j;,] O f h^ i''.-inslatemt.-nt milt. Cole \vas on" of 10 Hollywood fiiuires suspended by their studios ja year ,-,';o after they w,;re c^art'ed with (.'r.-.viomii'i of c'ln'-'ress for re- fusJni- In I'.-ii the lion.'-o (.-oinrnillM on un-American j-eji-.-iiifs whether they V.-.TC Com;-,-;: in is!.';. Cole 1 :,- is .and l.h'.> other nin<; have damage ,siii!:; a,",L!re;!ntnig 8'i9.(K)0.flflO. pending. a!l"r:iivr dicie \va.s a conspir- . acy •.', -|)ri.'Vi':i;t them from Wf.rki:.-;n i in pictures, ' . • j .lii'-'!-/' Y:;n,k-.Yiel> , ruled tin: Cole j sir pension was voidi j ^ Com :'rn:n;: .Jnbn.slon. who testi- ifu.'cl it v.-as on hi:;, advice, that the Indies .'-ii.'T-i-.-eii'i.-ff the "unfriendly en" Judg" Yank wieh'-said: , "M-. Johnston is - dogmatic, a tloctrinair'! and an absolutist. The jCiogmatie type ''if mind has long ex|i;i!ed in UK- U'nited States, "con; fined in !he p;>M to certain types of elijr;;.yiiien. Mr. Johnston has demonstrated that it has reached the sat-red precincts of business." Tuesday, December 21, 1948 Wednesday, December 22 The annual Christmas program will be presented by pupils oi' the First Christian Church School at the church Wednesday at 7::!0 p.m. There \yill lie an all church Christmas tree and worship MIC! ! social service at First Baphst i church at 7 p.m. I Friday, December 24 i The Sunday School Christmas I tree and program by the children | and young people of the PresbyU-r- i ian church will be held in the Men's ('Fellowship rooms Friday nifht at 0:30 p.m. Hope Star Stor of Hope 1899; Prat 1927, Consolidated January 16, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Pulmcr, President Alex. H. Washbiirn, Secretary-Treasurer al fhe Gtar buildinn 212-21-1 South Walnut "Sneet, Hope, Ark. Memphis, Dec. 2! i/f',— A le;.;al battle resumed lodav ovr Ihe Memphis censor hoard's l!)-!7 decision banning the film comedy 'Cm-ley" because of its mixed Mj- gro and white juvenile cast. The circuit court fight opened . ~" " - --"^ •^ i yesterday as Judge F. M Mender- a " ;nn today by the Arkansas ;on considered the technical i.n'.i Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor 8. Publishoi Paul H. Jones, Managing uditor George W. Hosmer, Much. Supt. Jess M. Gavis, Advertising Manager Gulp Chapter, American Revo- informal chicken and Christmas evening at the Mrs. J. B lles- W. G. BensbcrR The Benjamin Daughters of the lution enjoyed an spaghetti supper program Friday home of Dr. and terly with Mrs. assistant hostess. The [festorly home was gaily decorated with Christmas decorations and greenery. The serving table was covered with a while cutwork cloth and the central arrangement was of nan- dmas and berries. Following the supper the chapter and their guests sang Christmas carols. Rev. Bcnsberg told the £ oi ?, u }". ul sl °ry of "The Star of Bethlehem" after which informal singing of old familiar songs and , conversation were enjoyed by | Mr. and Mrs. Horace McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bryson Mr j?" d Mrs R. p. Hamby. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tompkins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. A Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Hcstcr- \y> Mr - «nd Mrs. Car! Dalrymplc, M. and Mrs. Wells Hamby, Mr and Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Miss Frances Thrasher, Mrs. W M Blackshare, Mrs. E. L. Cass and Mrs. N. D. Allen. "i.itpred os second cfa?s matter at th> Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under thi Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NBA)-—Means Now^paner Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable li Advance): Bv city carrier per week 20i per month 85c. Mail rates—in Homp Mtead, Nevada, Howard, Miller oni i-aFayette counties, $4.50 per year- else Notional Advertising Representative Arkansas Doilies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Sterirk Building; Chicago, 400 North Micr igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Modisc £ye.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grant Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg MOW Orleans, Tn Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Tht Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti Ihe use for republlcation of oil the loco news printed in this newspaper, as well o M AP news dispatches. now enrolled as a theological student in Bethany Peniel College Oklahoma City, Okla The heart of the crop is the seed you plant Increase field of Cokcr 100 Wilt Resistant Gallon, 19-1Q Breeder Foundation Stock. Photo taken in early September s/.'or/s heavy {ruitar;c; wide, llully, opening c! bolls, well spaced fruiting branches and carliness. Misses Kay King and Patsy Grif- im entertained with an informal party Friday evening at the American Legion Hut. The mantel was decorated wtih holly and Christmas lights. A table reld a red bowl lilled with holly and a browi jar filled with pine and holly was placed on the bar where cold drinks were served. Games and dancing were enjoyed. A sandwich plate was served to the fifty-five guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ingram and children lelt Saturday for Clinton. Ind. to be the holid'ay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hewlett and family. Jim Bemis, student at Texas A & M College, College Station, Texas, has arrived to spend the holiday season with his parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Hervey Bemis. A beautiful Baptismal Font has been given to the Presbyterian church in memory of Andrew M. and Ida M. penman by their children. A dedication service is planned for the near future.-. . Coker 100 Wilt Resistant Cotton wins First Place in 3 state contests sad combines premium staple,- earliness and «asy picking. Come in and book your order now lor Coker 100 Wilt Resistant Cotton Seed and remember to pick up your copy of Colcer's New Cotton Catalog. PLANT TO PROSPER HOPE, ARK. 5% Discount on Paid Purchases This Month Only! The engagement of Miss Iva Laura Tyson to Clifford Harold Ta/.elaar, son of Mr. and Mrs E A. Taxelaar of Washington. D.C. has been announced ' by her parents, thc Reverend and--Mrs. Joe Tyson of Preseotl. The wedding will be an event of Monday. Dc~- ccmber 27. in tho.Jiome of the bride-elect's parents'.. Miss Tyson is a graduate of 'Eastern-../Nazarene Academy, Boston, Mass, and was a member of , the Sjunifx Delta Kappa society. Mr:'' T;lit'la'ar ser- j ved three years as a' second-lieutenant in the Infantry, in .Germany. He attended Eastern (Nazar.ene Col- I lege at Boston, was affiliated with Sigma Delta Zela 'society. He is Legal Battle Resumed on Movie Ban O R I 1 I Id Labor Cose Revived Little Hock, Dec 20 (/PI- A much Man Charged With Rape of Young Girl at Tcxarkana that civil suits against members of the Arkansas State Police force based on their official acts may be tried only in Pulaski county. The divided court issued a writ of i prohibition preventing Circuit Judge ! Thomas E. Toler from trying in Toxarkana, Dec. 21 •—(/!>!—- A Grant county a civil^suitjn which j charge of rape was to be filed against a 27-year-old Malta, Tex,, man by District Attorney Maxwell Welch today with an attack on a and Mclvin R. Sanders. The plain , - ana MCIVUI u. Sanders. The plain ?«,',-, L , !1SP ' n , V ° Vlng vlole » L> 9 ln , tiffs allege the officers wrongfully a J!M.-, labor strike was revived i,,., ..... u,.,i »u ___ ...t.-.,.. ,,' ° '•> revived iassaukecf'them Su | lmc ler arrest while thev 16-year-old Tcxarkana girl Sunday. tion of whether the movie companies had the right to fibril the < .-m- sor noard's action. ile high court, acting on its own ; ' " ' " Welch said the man, whoe name Associate Justices Minor Millwee \ h , c d . id not - disclose, is held in the i ne nmn court, acting on its own 1 Associate .insiiccs minor MHlwee f " ul "'sciusi:, is neici in tne notion and without comment, with-'Frank G. Smith ancl R. W. Hobins Bow 'e county jail at New Boston. lre-,v its opinion of last Oct. 2.1 up-'dissented. ' j He said the girl reported she was ii'Mins: one-vear nriscin sr>nlpnr-p-! ™, . , • , . . - raped several times near Hooks. Roosevelt Reported on Crashed Plane .- ...Ji« one-year prison sentences 01 Loy Cole and Louis Jones, Little They were convict the state's anti- i: Shanghai. Dec. 21 ~i.v\— aviation sources said that Local Negroes, ed oi violatin; I violence law. | Tlie Negroes' appeal from that ; conviction will be considered as remaining under submission, thc Su- inreine court's order said. j This is the fourth time the Su preme court has acted on thc case. I Cole, Jones, and Jesse Bean, anoth- -.-,--..„ _, were convicted Circuit court after The high court recessed for the raped Tex., -•-, ---^-- ~- .-~*-m,v.v 4 IV ji i.iiu- IVA., tiooui cigm miles u holiday season until Jan. 3. here, early Sunday morning. sevcra j times near Hooks, about eight miles west of t aviation sources said thai O'lpnim • r, i , i ^ J -^ r \ i-unvii.-n.-u Roosevelt wn« m, Vi'-,,, r-t- • !J " ' "'ask! Circuit court after an- line" uhich crishnr - i S ° "'V • othcr Nc 8i'o was killed in a strike nnei unicn clashed and burned ,:>( thn c;,,,,«>,„,.„ /-„»(„„ r,n i\/r;ii ' '' a •X um ,? cl ' al thc Southern Cotton Oil Mill ' ' here iu D ^c.mber, 1945. The Su- Persons ; p,.,, mc court a f fil . med the convic . l' lion of Cole ancl Jones but dis- near Hong Kong possible loss of aboard. The grandson of the Chinese Wat km a I '"ah-Unes ! Col ° ;lncl Joncs made anotner ap- corporation. It was a CN'\C C-i4'''i to l ' 10 ^ u Premc court, which Skymaster which crashed on Baf.-i'lt'"' lcl thc 'sentences again Oct. 25. island, 10 miles from Hong Kon'« Tll f Supreme court ruled 4 to 3 Aviation circles said RoosevoTt left for Hong Kong on a business i trip this morning. They added there was no doubt he was on the ! plane, although two other CNAC i planes left at about the same lime , for Hong Kong. Hong Kong, Dec. 21 —f/l')—A Chinese national airlines plane crashed and burned today ten miles from Hong Kong and' all 33 persons aboard were believed killed. The C-54 Skymaster was fh'ing from Shanghai to Hong Kong'and fell in the fog of Bafalt island'with- in sight of its goal. Little Fellows Big Colds... TO GET LEAVES Tel Aviv, Israel, Dec. 21— All Christian volunteers servin Israel's army will get our Mrs. Tom Logan ancl daughter, Judy Ruth left Saturday for Mem ,, ^,. UL,, <,,•,-, . phis, Tenn. to join Mr. Logan Christmas leave. They nii'-.iii'er ' where they wiil make their home, about 80, mostly from 'the U>.i ; t.-Tl j Charles Tompkins Jr.. student at the University of Arkansas. Fay- ctteville. is the holiday guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tompkins. Mrs. J. R. Bemis and sons left Friday night for Cincinnati. Ohio to be holiday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simpson. Mr. Bemis will join them later. Miss Dotty Yancey, who attends Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway is spending thc Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yancey. Mrs. Otho Stephenson has returned from Conway where she was a guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Archer and family. Friends of litlle Miss Sarah Jane Archer who recently underwent an emergency j appendectomy will be pleased to learn that she is recovering rapidly. CONTINUED cisid APS fa g All styles Miss Sue Jones, student at Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway is spending the Christmas season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jones. Court Docket forfeit- obtain plea We will be open V/edncsday and Thursday nights and will Cio-jc- •:.<! 7 o'clock Friday nigh*. Hope, Ark. Pity Docket Wilton Edwards, no driver's license. forfeited $5 cash bond. Herman Hartsfield, incorrect parking, forfeited $1 cash bond. D. E. Evans, running a stop si^n in front of fire truck, forfeited S") cash bond. Charles EreedloVe, speeding, forfeited $5 cash bond. Leon Austin, speeding, forfeited $5 cash bond. J. C. Howard, speeding, ed $10 cash bond. Mose Hicks, attempt to money by false pretense, | Knilty. fined $100. | Robert Small, attempt to obtain j money by false pretense, fort'eit- i yd SI 00 cash bond. Rose Surnpter, attempt to obtain money by false pretense, forfeited $2f>0 cash bond. Geneva Murphy. Wilson Carter, Annie J. Cole, disturbing peace. forfeited SKI cash bond. Sallie Lou Hall, selling intoxicating liquor, forfeited S50 cash bond. Alex Frierson. possessing untaxed intoxicating liquor, forfeited $150 cash bond. I Charles Graham, possessing un! taxed intoxicating liquor, forfeited j $;>0 cash bond. j Charles Drown, possessing untax- j ed intoxicating liquor, forfeited | ^50 cash bond. ] Kugene Franklin. assault and | battery, forfeited $25 cash bond. ] R. C. While, drunkenness, plea j of iuiilly. fined $10. i The following forfeited SKI cash i bond on a charge of drunkenness' j Helen Smith,. Henry Hay. C. O j Gibson. Lee Williams. ' Winsloii 1 Booth. Ira Bishop, I. H. Hill. C). A. i Oiler. Karl Thornton, lioy Bradi h.ni. Kdwarcl Simpson. C'arl l.ee Jackson, drunk while :: driving, forfeited $25 easii bond. I State Docket ! Jess Atkins, drunkenness. plea I yniliy, I'ini'il $23. I Burl Durham, drunkenness, plea '• fciiilly. lined $10. 1 Sevier Nelson, drunkenness, for. : li-iled $10. i Walter Burton. Waller Burton, ". L. Hammond, giving an overdraft. dismissed on payment costs, I check paid. . Karl Clark, drunk while driving, t'nrfeiled $2:i cash bond. Guy Wardluw. indecent exposine. triei!. I'iiK-ii SKID. Notice of appeal' bom! fixed at $150. A. !•:. FiniK'gan. assault and b;!t- U'ry. lurfeitod $25 cash bond. The following lorlVited S25 ea.-h bond on a charge of overload: * CharU-s Ulster. H. K. Hinvan C Slates :>nd Canada, said today. dismissed. Dora Lee Howard. disturbing peace, dismissed. Wilson Golsten. possession of untaxed intox. liquor, tried, found not guilty. Guy Warcllow. indecent exposure tried, fined 510(1. Notice of appeal. i Mother . . , the best-known home remedy you can use to relieve distress of his cold is warming, comforting Vicks VapoRub. If you rub it on at bedtime, it works even while the child sleeps! Ancl often by morning the worst miseries of his cold are gone. Try it. Get the one ana only Vicks VapoRub! Auto "Liability" Insurance Every Person Who Owns an Automobile Assumes This Contract: All hospital, doctor and nurses bills; cost of judicial proceedings; lawyer's fees; and judgement resulting from an Injury to any other person for which I am liable on account of the use of my car. "As a guarantee of the fulfillment of this agreement, I pledge as security all my real estate, chattels and other property I now own or may hereafter acquire or possess." OUR AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY POLICY WILL ASSUME THESE OBLIGATIONS FOR YOU. ALSO.... 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Jack Slaliord. hunting without (iuy Warcilow, Uisturbiny peace, f There's fancywork on your white collar job of Waffle Pique, enhanced by Venise Lace • floral sprays. Fancy free, it's a new dress of Rayon Romaine Crepe. Navy or black in Junior sizes 9 to 17. Shown at left you BET IT'S Lucky us and lucky you, to find this dress with the winning ways for such a sporting price. Sanforized stripe Cordspun in blue, brown, green and red with Evelet embroidered trim. Junior 9 to 1 5 S u j We Give and Redeem fcagle Stamps "The Leading Department Store" HOPE ' ' NASHVILLE

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