Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 19, 1938 · Page 4
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FOUK HOPE STAR, HOPE, ABKAttSAS On the Galapagos Islands, every bird inhabitant is songless. ' Gifts for the HOME ' Knee Hole Desks Magazine Baskets What-Not Shelves Tables Smoking Stands Cedar Chests Radios Vanity Lamps Waffle Irons Percolators Refrigerators Hope Hardware COMPANY Noted Cagers Will Appear at Prescot All - American Redhead and House of David Five Booked PRESCOTT, Ark.—The national! known basketball teams, the All America Redheads, classy women outfit and the House of David five famous for their long beard, have bee booked by the Prcscott Athletic As sociation to appeal" here. The Kendlu-ads will play here Oe comber 31, and although their op ponent has not yet been selected, i will be ;> strong team, officials statec The titian-topped ladies have the clis Unction of never having been defcatec by a girls' team and have defeated 5 per cent of the leading amateur men' teams in the nation. The House of David bewhiskerec five will play the 282 All-Stars o Fvescott here on the night of Januarj 2.. Featured members of the religious cillt is Bill Steineike, said to be the best long-shot artist in the nation. i; LA SALLE ROBES In durable silks and pure wool; wines, blacks and hues. $4.95 to $7.95 RESISTO and REGAL TIES In Disiintivc Patterns 4§G and 98c HANSEN KID GLOVES In blacks or tans. Wool or silk lined. !c to $1.95 SHIRTS by Mark Twain In patterns ami styles that every man likes. $1.55 and $1.95 LEATHER HOUSE SHOES Optra stjles in tun anil black. 31.95 MEN'S PAJAMAS In beautiful design* and la*t colors. Each individually boxed. S1.95 Men's Leather COATS and JACKETS Complete assortment in llurst-liides anil Smooth Leathers. .75 to $9.95 KIRKENDALL FIELD BOOTS The ideal ;;'it fc;r men, in rich black calf skin. MEN'S RIDING PANTS In Oxford Grey U'hiptord, well tailored and sanforized. BOY'S LEATHER LACE BOOTS Si/cs 2 to C ui a good sturdy lace hoot. "We Outfit the Faily" The Problem of What | Will Be Most '* Appreciated A GIFT FRfl TALB0r$ Japan Angry Over U. S. Loan to China Exodus of Jews From Hungary and Rumania Is Indicated TOKYO, Japan—(/P)—Foreign Minister Hachiro Arita Monday declarec the 25-milIioh-dollar loan grantee Shina by the United States Export- Imrort bank to be "a very dangerous political gesture.' 1 He termed the loan, granted by the American government agency last week, an " inopportune and reirrettn- ble act on the part of the United States, which thus far has acted with understanding." France to Aid Britain PARIS, France—(#•)—Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet told the Chamber of Deputies Monday that "in case of unprovoked aggression all the forces of France—on land, sea and air —spontaneously and immediately would be utilized for the defense of Great Britain." During a brief review of foreign affairs Bonnet made it plain that France at the same time expects Britain likewise to do the same for her. Hungary Hits Jews BUDAPEST. Hungary.-M>)_A new •estriction on Hungary's Jews possibly ncluding limiting their voting rights ncluding limiting their voting rights, was in prospect Monday as the cabinet gave final touches to a bill for the control of Jews, to be introduced in parlia'ment Friday. In official quarters it was said social nnd economic restrictions to be proposed in the bill would be far more sweeping than Hungary's present leg- slation concerning Jews, which limits heir participation in business and the >rofessions to 20 per cent of the total ngagcd in any calling. Trek Out of Rumania BUCHAREST, Rumania. — iP) — The Rumanian foreign office let it be ;nown Monday that the removal of 50,000 Rumanian Jews to Palestine and ertain British colonies is envisaged in iplomatic negotiations now in prog- ess with Great Britain. Three TCU Grid Men to Play in Charity Game SA'f FRANCISCO — (ip) — Davey O'Bris-n, Texas Christian's A.ll-Amer- ican halfback, will be the principal attraction of the Knight's of Columbus charity football game here January 29. The contest will pit college players graduated this year against those picked from the National -Professional League ranks. Accompanying O'Brien Committee Chairman Jack Wholon said, would be two team males from Texas Christian, Ki Al'drich. center, and I. B. Hale, tackle. Other members of the all- collegiate squad, will be drawn from Pacific Coast schools. The committee was seeking the services of Sammy Baugh to head the profcssonal delegation. 3 Negroes Put on Little Rock Jury Placed on Regular Panel as Trial of Negro Brothers Begins LITTLE HOCK—(/!')—For the first time within the memory of local officials three negroes were placed on the regular p;tit jury panel in Pulaski circuit court Monday as the state brought to trial Mose and Rome Bone, negro brothers, on a first-degree murder charge for slaying of Mrs. John Beaver, wife of 'n cotton plantation manager. Race to Put Coster Case on the Screen "laucle Rains, Edward G. Robinson Assigned to "Scandal" Roles HOLLYWOOD.—W)—A spirited race •as on Monday between two movje j udios to be first on the screen \vithj he dramatic story of the Musica' brothers' far flung swindle operations, j Warner Brothers announced it would begin work within seven days on "The Drug King" starring Claude Rains, Fay Bainter, Margaret Lindsay and Victor Jory. Bryan Foy. who will produce the picture, said the script was in preparation and would adhere closely to the newspaper stories of recent days of the arch swindlers. "In all my years in the movie business I've never seen a newspaper story' with so many dramatic possibilities," Foy said. "The things is hand made for the screen." Columbia studio announced it would go ahead with a picture based on the McKesson and Robbins financial tangle, with Edward G. Robinson starred. The title has not been selected. Robinson is under contract to Warners but has been under option to Columbia. Social Medicine for Californians State Medical Association Approves Plan Costing $2.50 a Month LOS ANGELES, Calif.-(XP.i—By an overwhelming standing vote Sunday the California Medical association approved a plan of socialized medicine to cost residents of the state about $2.50 a month. Approval was granted at a special session of the Medical Assocaition's House of Delegates, representing 7.0CK California physicians. The vote authorizes immediate formation of a subsidiary corporation to put the planlnto operation. "I believe this is a distinct step forward in giving the people of California i chance to pay for health service at a nominal cost," said Dr. Charles Dukes of Oakland, president-elect of the organization. "The plan will guarantee the highest type of medical service and will not interfere with private practice." Patients will select their own doctors and hospitals. Payments will be Made on a weekly, monthly or semi-monthly basis, Dr. Dukes said. Physicians will be paid on a unit basis, the payments graded from single units for minor services to 25 or more units for major operations. I am too independent to get married and never will. That is, I think so.— Leni Riefenstahl, rumored Hitler's "girl friend." Mistaken Down Is Top Sports Oditty Vander Meer's Two No- Hit Baseball Games Ranks Second NEW YORK-(/1')-lt Is late in the afternoon of Saturday, October 22, Carnegie Tech's football team is playing Notre Dame and, in the fourth quarter, the score is 0-0. It is Carnegie's ball, near mid-field, and as the Skibos move into their huddle Quarterback Paul Friedlnnder turns to Referee John Getchell, asks: "What down is it?" "Third down," says Getchell. Friedlander calls for a running play, it falls Short of first down and, as the players come out of the pileup and Carnegie prepares to line up for a fourth-down punt, Getchell awards the ball to Notre Dame on clowns on Carnegie's 46-yard line, the Irish score the game's only touchdown three plays later, and the Tartans absorb their lone defeat of the year. The quick mental reverse by Getchell from third to fourth down was tabbed the sason's principal Fports od-. dity by 38 of the 70 contributing sports editors in the eighth annual Associated Press poll. While few critics attempted to rate the 'freak incidents" in tho usual 1-2-3 oi\hr, and a ranking there? TJ uas impossible, there was r* far gruaici vole fox- Cirichell'r, momentary lapse than for any other incident. Second place among the 1U3S oddities went to the two successive no-hit, no- run games pitched by Johnny Vander Meer of the Cincinnati Reds. Not far back were the 2-2 football tie between Virginia Tech and Virginia Military, the collision of S"tan Hack nnd Billy Judges of the Cubs while chasing an easy Infield roller (it cost the Cubs two runs in the second world scries game), J. Smith Ferebee's awesome scries of golf marnlhons, nnd Monty Stratum's hunting accident that ended so disastrously with the amupta- tion of the Chicago White Sox pitcher's leg. Baton Rouge Team Whips Haynesville Istrouma High Takes Louisiana Grid Championship, 19 to 12 BATON ROUGE, La.-Taking :m early lend. Istroumn high school team of Baton Rouge over the week-end defeated the Haynesville high school Golden Tornado, 19 to 12, for the Class AA state prep school football championship. Istrouma, holder of the South Louisiana title, held a 19 to 0 lead over the North Louisiana squad at the halfway mark. In the third period Haynesville scored a touchdown and followed with six more points in the final period. Istrouma scored two touchdowns in the first quarter and one in the second. At British state occasions, (ho Archbishop of Canterbury takes prcsedencc over everyone but the sovereign and his close kin. Spain Mediation Plan Thrown Out Pan-American Conference Votes "No" on Suggestion by Cuba LIMA, Peru—W)—The Pan-Amer icnii Conference's steering committee Monday killed a Cuban proposal for mediation by the American republics in the Spanish civil war by a vole of IS to :i. The Cuban project was to have sought mi immediate armistice, after which the American nations, chiefly the Spanish-speaking slates, were to have offered mediation. Monday, December 19, 1938 I It might also be an exit.—Harold Ickcs, .secretary of the Interior, when it WHS pointed out to him that the position of mayor of Chicago might be a springboard to the White House. As they siy in Hollywood, I'm between pictures.—James Roosevelt, when asked in Hollywood if lie would enter the motion picture business. Corpus Christ! and Lnbbock to Battle Teams to Meet at Dallas for Texas Football Championship AUSTIN, Texas—<>|')—R: J. Kidd, athletic director of the Texas Interscholastic League, announced Monday the league executive committee granted the request of Lubbock and Corpus Christ! high schools to play their state schoolboy championship football game, Monday, December 2G. Kidd said an exception to Rule 9 of the football plan which provides that elimination games be played weekly, was made to avoid playing the game on Christmas eve day. The contest will be on the Cotton Bowl field at Dallas starting nt 2 p. m. Welding arcs burn at a temperature of 10,000 degrees, hotter thaan the sun. »y.v.v.v.v.v.".v.v.v.v.v,i •; Try Us For Your Mcnt Curing < ;• iind Smoking. We Do K Klght. J» •I Home Ice Company ;• •*, 916 East Third Street ^ •• Hope, Ark. •' •••.•.•.vv.vv.v«.«.v.'.v.v.v.vs" City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAIMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT ^REE DELIVERY. PHONE 7(57 American Radiator Floor Furnaces Installed Easy Terms Harry W. 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Cleaners & Hatters Phone 385 Razorbacks Leave for Oklahoma Tilt Porkers Have Won Five Straight Games Without Single Loss FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—WV- Coach Glen Rose and nine members of the University ol Arkansas Razorbacks basketball <quad will leave Monday morni'lg for Nnrmtn, Okla., where the team meets'the University of Oklahoma Sooners Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Players going on the season's first road trip will be Capt. Neil Martin, John Adams, John Frieberger, Howard Hickey, Harold Gammill, A. E. Mitchell, Jr., Maurice Britt, Burns Tilton and E. J. Briggs. The Porkers have won five straight games without aloss but the quintet's reserve strength has not been tested. Rose said that the squad would break up for the Christmas holiday after a game Thursday at Oklahoma City against the Oklahoma City Parks Clothiers. The cagers will reassemble again at Little Rock December 26 to leave for New Orleans where the Razorbacks, 1937-38 Southwest Conference champions, and the Purdue Boilerrnarkcrs, Big Ten kings last season, will meet in a Sugar Bowl classic December 28. The coach said Senior Guard Glenn Smith, who injured a knee in Friday's game with Drury, might join the .squad at Little Rock. Ozan Baptist Mission Group Holds Meeting The Ozan Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the home of Mrs. O. C. Robins, Monday afternoon. After the regular program the group enjoyed a .social hour during which hornein;»Je Christinas gifts were exchanged. The Union had as an honored guest, Mrs. R. K. Citty of Nashville, to whom the Union presented an attractive electric table light. If Illinois can stand me. I can stand Illinois.— Robert Zuppke, football coach, when sivcn a vote of confidence.-. Check the smokers on your Christmas list — delight them with these gaily-wrapped, inexpensive gifts — Camels and Prince Albert CAMELS—What could be a nicer gift for those who smoke cigarettes than Camels, by far the most popular cigarette in America? Remember...Camels arc made of finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos. There's a world of Christmas cheer in receiving a fine gift of mild, rich- tasting Camel cigarettes — and in S' V >>'H them too! PRINCE ALBERT- If you want to please a man who smokes a pipe, give him the tobacco that is extra milil and ixlra tasty— Prince Albert! Watch his happy smile as he lights up this ripe, rich tobacco that smokes so cool and mellow because it's specially cut and "no- bite" treated. Make this a re<tl Christmas for the pipe-smokers you know —give Prince Albert, the National Joy Smoke. (left) The handsome Christmas-wrapped Camel carton —10 packs of "20's"—200 cigarettes.Your dealer is featuring it now. (above) A pound package of rich-tasting, "nq-bite" smoking in this eye-filling gift package of Prince Albert. Be sure to see the generous one-pound tin on display at your nearest dealer's. (right) Also featured in a timely holiday dress- four boxes of Camels in "flat fifties." Looks like (and is) a lot of "gift" for what you pay! A PERFECT WAY TO SAY , I'JilS. 11. J. Reynold* Tobacco Co., WlnnUtn-Salem. SHI

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