Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 12, 1937 · Page 6
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Itml Gets Some Unwelcome Allies jetties Stamp of Fascism •" Fixed on Her by Berlin and Rome '- filO DE JANKIRO (By Telephone to ' Buenos Aires>-W~The government of President Gettilio Vargas assured fotCigA diplomats Thursday that its '.'' assumption of dictatorial powers was ' ttbt Fascism but democracy "moulded ^ to Brazilian necessities." , Diplomats of many countries made '''inquiries concerning the reported Fas- Cist Implications of Vargas's coup Wednesday when he dissolved congress , and promulgated a new constitution. It Was learned that the Italian and German envoys had made overtures to gain Brazil's adherence to the Kalian- German-Japanese anti - Communism ' pact but had been turned down. Foreign Minister Mario tie Pirnente Brandao declared that Braziles con• stUutio nwas "neither Fascistic nor i" Communistic, but democratic in the ' modern sense." He made the state ment after a conference wilh the en r tire diplomatic corps ;it which he 3 explained the new regime. Minister of Justice Francisco Cam • pos, who drafted the constitution, con curred With de Pimentel Brandaos. Both'expressed their opinions whei shown dispatches attributing to Her lin and" Home officials enthusiasti praise for "the new Fascistic state in E South America." JACK and SECK SHORT ORDERS | Chill Mac—Hot Pork Sandwiches 216 South Walnut Japan Willing To (Continued from Page One) Revision of Profit Tax Now Favored Frickv. November 1.2.1937 MOPE STAR, HOPE, AfiEANSAS try' 'to discuss thfc Far Eastern peace with Japan, despite Tokyo's refusal of the Brussels conference mediation appeal. The source said that the United States ambassador to Japan, Joseph C. Crow, could always approach the apanese foreign office to discuss with apan the Chinese-Japanese conflict rom the standpoint that heavy Arrter- c«n interests were involved. Call Harry Phone 148 Call Harry I'll pick up your laundry. HARRY PHIPPS Have your winter Suit dry cleaned in our modern plant—pressed liy experts — delivered promptly. PHONE 385 HALL Cleaners & Hatters Troops Fall Bnck SHANGHAI. China.- (.'T') -Chinas ohanghiu armies, about 400.000 strung, ell back Friday toward the Chinese 'Hindenburg line," more than 50 miles '.o th west. Japanese trops, numbering 200.000, forced Chinese from towns and trenches in the Shanghai area. Nippon's war planes ranged into the interior as troops advanced. Jap Boats Chased TOKYO, Japan.—<>P)—Domci (Japanese) News agency reported Friday in a dispatch from Seoul. Korea, that a Japanese patrol boat had been chased by a Soviet patrol boat and was later'threatened by a Soviet plane off the eastern coast of Siberia. Spanish Fighting KENDAYE, SpainlVPr-Spanish gov oevrnment sources reported Fridaj that a Catalan infantry attack la th< •Sabinanigo sector in the northern Ara- eon front had forced Spanish insur- ' gents to retire from several front line positions. Local Man Named to Baptist Post Rev. Holiis Purtle Is Elected Trustee of Baptist Orphanage SHERIDAN, Ark.—W—Mrs. D. N. Jackson, Texarkana, was elected pres- ] ident of the Arkansas Missionary Baptist Association Auxiliary Thursday night and the 1938 meeting was awarded Little Rock. Other auxiliary officers named were: Mrs E B. Jones, Magnolia, vice-president; Mrs. J. H. Pedus, Searcy, secretary: and Mrs. J. E. Cobb, Eenton. Bible chairman. The following new trustees were named for the Baptist orphange at Texarkana: C. F. Walters, Malvern; E D. Jcnes, Magnolia; Holiis Pertle. Hope; F. A. Graver, Fayetteville; and T. H. Herring, Prescott. The Rev. C. N. Glover, Sheridan, conducted an Armistice Day program following Thursday's business session. The association's meeting continues Friday. ..a* -» «»•— In most districts of Hungary, gypsies must now have at least one bath monthly. This U to be taken under official control of the local authority Senator Harrison, Chairman of Finance Corn- - mittee, Spoaks WASHINGTON.— (.-V) -Statements from Democratic and Republican senators gave new impetus Friday to the growing campaign to reduce busincs taxes. Grom Chairman Harrison, Deino- rat of Mississippi, and the senate fi- umcc committee cnnic the unqualified insertion that "there must be some midifieation of the undistributed prof- ts tax." Billy Rose, Eleanor Jafret to Marry Soon DENVER. Colo.—</F>—Showman Billy Billy Rose said Friday he has discarded all "silly shenanigans" about Cancer Is Halted by Sugar and Iron carded all "silly snenanigams uuuuv -itr-i.1 rn i*v.«nt concealing his romance with Eleanor gucCGSS With Treatment TV i t_ ._i _„...] ,1 n ..!flArl Irt rlttolttJl* I i* »-» i /"* . i A ! .1 Holm Jarret, and decided to declare publicly that they would be married as soon as they are divorced from their present mates, Comedienne Fannie Brice, singer, and Arthur Jarrett. Advisory Board On * (Continued from Page One) Other legislators novement. supported the Harrison Speaks WASHINGTON-^''—Revamping of the undistributed profits t'-ix received another boost Thursday night when •.•nator Harrison (Dem.. Miss.) as sorted that some modifications were imperative. " ic chairman of the Sen- •ite Finance Committee, in a telegran to Secretary Morgenthau, indicate* that he believes changes would bolster the confidence of business men. Congratulating the secretary on his speech Wednesday night about business and financial conditions, the senator telegraphed: "Believe the administration should fight to attain major purposes outlined by you to restore confidence to business. Extreme work in Arkansas. C. B. Palmer, Hot Springs, South Arkansas newspaper publisher chairman of a stale tenancy commission which functioned in 1936. C. L. Paschal, Ratcliff, small farm owner and former tenant farmer. Elijah Stephens, Blevins, small farm owner and former tenant farmer. W. W. Campbell, Forrest City, banker and business leader, former president of the State Bankers association. Kelly Wilson, Monticello, small land owner and former tenant farmer, J. H. Chambers, Monette, tenant far- of Rats Suggests Aid for Humans NF.W YORK—(/TV-Discovery that hypodermics of sugar and iron slop causer growth during treatment in most cases in animals was announced [Thursday in Science, journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. While stopping growth is not a cure the sugar-iron medicine is important for two reasons. It is one more in i i growing list of substances with pow- |er to retard cancer. It takes advant age of one of cancer's peculiarities- the affinity of the growth for suRnr. The experiments were reported b; Richard M. Brickncr of the ColleRC o Physicians mid Surgeons of Colum bia University and of the . ..eurologica Institute, New York City, and Ropr E. Grant of the institute. Sixty-four ruts were treated. In •! or 73 per cent, cancers stopped grow int!. In half of these (lie growths be came smaller. In a few cancer di.s- Hostess Plays , v Self In Films Brain Sleeps by Section at a Time U. 1A. ^*MtUII WV* a, Aliv/1 I*. >• fcx., **»•."••>. .«* ICcllllC SllUlllt-l. »" ** mer operating a 40-ncre farm rented I n ppcared completely. on a share of the crop basis. But in most cases of recession the Approximately 300 counties in the I cnnccr stopped responding to sugar nation will be selected for the opera- ant \ iron, while a few cells were still tion of the farm tenant purchase pro- i c ft around blood vessels. From these gram during the first year of its ad- scattered cells the tumors would grow ministration. again. Total allocation for carrying out the j The sugar-iron remedy was ileelareti emergency expenditures should be checked and budge! balanced. "There must be some modifications of undistributed profits tax and on my return to Washington next week hope to confer with you _and associates and exchange views." Harrison's committee handles tax legislation in the senate. Chairman Vinson (Dem.. Ky.) has | declared the intention of his House | Tax Subcommittee to . from any hardships and inequities imposed by the levy on undistributed corporate earnings. ' A-storting today that he considered I the r/irnwjse of the tax "good," the Kentuckian snid Treasury figures showed "that the clamor and furore ns to the burden of the tax is greatly exaggerated." The average corporations which retain 30 per cent of their profits, he said, pay a normal and undistributed profits tax of 10.G to 19.5 per cent on net incomes from 52.000 to $10,000,000. 15 Known Dead After Typhoon Hits Island _(.ipi—Known dead from act during the fiscal year ending July to be either non-poisonous to be either non-poisonous or only 1, 1938, is ?10,000,00<X Arkasas's first I slightly toxic. In many cases the can- year allotment, based on total farm cers stopped growing within Z-\ hours and prevalence of farm ar^cr giving it. "significant, i-of the" high population and prevalence of farm tenancy, is ?487,556. The state committee will advise the secretary of agriculture in the selection of counties in which loans to tenants should be made and in the selection of county committees. in making administra- larger giving it. The experiments arc I the report stated, been a 1 . -.. . . frequency with which the remedial (effects could be predicted. "Act natural" w;is iill Uio director told beautiful Daphm: J.iine, iil.uivo, in licr first role sis mi ,-iir stewardess in a forthcoming production, for that is her d;<ilv j«l>—ho.stfs.s on an siirlinci'. Called the "most beautiful" air stewardess by Artirt McClelland Barclay, Daphne will have, a small but important peft in "The Lady Misbehaves. 1 ' Achievement Day (Continued from Page One") f oliVf' lion of the program of loans to deserv- provicle iei ei , .-.nnntje ns effective as the Joe B. Greene Jimmie Dirris Early Archer Max Cox I Totsy Stephenson as effective as the available will permit. int.- committee will not pass upon applications for individual loans made Leon Bundy by the tenants in counties chosen. Hartsfield Grocery Tenants in designated counties wish- |Tol-E-Tex ing to obtain loans for purchases of farms must file applications with their county rural rehabilitation supervisor. County committees, consisting of three farmers to be named by the secretary of agriculture, will have the Lion Oil Co. major responsibility in selection and|P. A. Dulin, Sr. approval of applications. No applications will be accepted Oil Co. C. P. Tolleson Ed Thrash . Esso Dealer .. M. S. Bates Fonzie Moses George A. Green Joe Colcman . from tenants in counties not designated to participate in this year's purchasing program. . , Rogers said that farm population and the prevalence of tenancy would be , f,iAi\ii-.^—i/ri—rui-jwu nt-mi «»v... the principal crieria used in detrmm- the typhoon which smashed across the I mg t he counties for loan purposes. T . ._ ._ T -I,,.,,! r rVnin-L.-j-lMAJ- t*f*nr*Kr»fl 1.1 t'T*. '.f- nlnnrtnrl " V\O CH I fl _ tf> ITlilKG Luzon. loland Thursday, reached 15 Friday. Several score wore reported missing, including 16 fishermen who were believed drowned. The North Star, Dein? in :\ continuation of the line of the earth's axis, appears as a pivot around which all the rest of the stars revolve every 24 hours. "It is planned," he said, "to make no less than five loans and no more than ten in each county selected. The number of counties eligible to participate will depend on the size of the average loan. It has been estimated that these will average about $3,500. ( "This would indicate that Arkansas allotment will allow 139 loans in the state the first year. Assuming that the minimum of five loans will be in a county, this would indicate that about 28 counties will be selected to participate. Cecil Wyatt Luck's Tourist Court Lion Service Station Bourne, the Plumber Gulf Station by Schheikcr hotel Henry Hitt R. M. Patterson Leo J. Toner John P. Cox Mrs. Henry E. R. Jarvis 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 i.no 1.1)0 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Iff. 1.00 1.00 l.OC l.(H . 1.0 . 1.0 . 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 . 1.0 1.0 1.0 Total Appointment of nominating com- littre. Announcements. Noon Lunch—Games. 1:30 p. m. Group singing. Report of nominating committee. Election of officers. Playlet — "The Typical Farmers' Wife"—Allen Home Demonstration :lub. Fall Land-scajx- Jobs-G. W. Ware. .issiMtant director, Branch Truck <ind p ruit Experiment Station. Reading—Miss Evelyn Hnrriwin. Talk—Miss Gertrude Comint, ex • tension nutrition specialist. Announcement of winner.-;. One of the innovations of Na|«ile-m was the metric system of weiuhts and measures, with the meter as the basic unit, which became compulsory in France in 1801. John Picard, French astronomer who lived from 1G20 to 1GS2, is givun original credit for the idea. lomparc It to Winking- Out of Lights in Office Building NEW YORK— (/P>—When you fnll sleep, different parts of the bruin Ro Ho slumber separately, like the sue- cssive winking out of tights in n losing office building. This discovery, made with electrical ests. WHS reported Tburaday in Iciefice, journiil of American Scien- ists. It was made by Dr. Hallowell :>avi.s and I 1 . A. Davis of Harvard and A. U Loomis. Dr. E. N. Harvey mid G. -fobnrl of the Loomis laboratory, Tux>do. N. Y. EU'ctrocnccphiilogriims— the currents >f n few millionth.-! of n volt that flow from Ihe head -were used to test the oncoming of sleep. Pea-si/.ed elec- xles pasted to tlie bend picked U) llifsc currents. Tlio electrodes showed 11ml some parts of the bruin "shut down for the. night" ahead of others. 'Hie shutdown was apparent by u drop in the amount of electricity corning from that ,...rt <>f tiie brain. The flow became irregular and intermittent. Those electrical changes showed ti| at the point where the would-be sloop (M felt the sensation of "flouting." Th electrical brain power houses, wlie deep sleep came, were all reduced I a trickle of electricity. One important ixiint discovered, th checks Colds niul FEVER tint day Headaches, 30 minutes. report stnlcd, is thai the brain si In the "floating" state, resemble those of "many nbnormnl conditions.' From this fuel the report deduced n possibility Hint some menial troubles may be "fundamentally similar to those of normal sleep." Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops County Red Cross In addition to tropical A:-ia, brim- boo grows up to the Kiiowline of the Andes in South America. INSURE NOW Wilh ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Try "lliib-My-TIsm" World's Best Liniment ROPER ^^^^ TWOf I MOUlMtf'- "America's Finest Gas Range" EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 COTTON LOANS • QUICK SERVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas Urville W. Erringer Mope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositors Corp. A NICKU DRINK-WORTH A DIME Logs, Blocks and Bolts We nru In Hie market for White Oak, Ovcrcup, Burr Oak, Hed Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum mid Black 'Gum Blocks Oak, Ash ami Pine Bolls. For Prices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Company PHONE 215 (Continued from Page One) BUCK SPECIAL Jt-duor iv ,n «Jan-»WM MM'id « t'Unt Meaning — the Most Modern Automobile in the World is the new 1938 Buick — with DYNAFIASH INGIHE and TORQUE-FREE SPRINGING I F YOU'VE put a sparkling 1938 Buick through its thrilling paces— And tried to say in words what this standout car's got— And found to your surprise you couldn't begin to do it justice- Listen, don't think you're the only one! ''It's gotta lotta unitnph!" say trier-outers vainly trying to express all the marvelous things they've felt. "Ummph!" meaning zip-Hash —power. "Umnipfi!" meaning all you ever expected to find in a car—and a great deal else in addition ! pact \s—demonstration, not conversation, is the thing to describe this new Buick. TO say > t>s quick—nimble—agile is to do pnly fractional justice to its DYNAFLASH engine and what it does every time you touch off its thrifty power. .*.* To call its TORQUE-FREE SPRINGING ride velvety is only to part-picture its ride.Usethe words jarless.level.floatmg, serene —and you come a little closer. But still you neglect the directability this car gets from its new rear springing, the reduced risk of skidding, the simpler maintenance, and longer rear tire wear that go with it. No, you can't cramp a new Buick into words—only its action can tell its story. And wherever there's a Buick dealer there's a chance to try this great car out — now, today! MATCH THESE VALUES? Complete with DYNAFLASI1 engine and TORQUE-FREE SPRINC1NO. these models deliver at Flint, Mich., at.these pnces: Bu.ck SFt-CIAL business coupe,$945, Huick Sl'UUAL 4-door touring sedan, 5W7; CKNTUKY 4-door touring bedim, 51297; ROAUMASTER 4-door touring sedan, $1645; LlMJTIiD 8-passenger sedan, $2350. Special accessories, locul taxes if any and freight extra. A GINWAI ml MOTORS Hempstead Motor Co. Third Street (MAX COX. Ovruw) J. E. Walker Wade Warren Mrs. H. C. Houston i Mrs. Ira Halliburton 1 G. T. Cross W. H. A. Schneikcr L. B. Breed Bycrs Bros. Curb Market Mrs. Jol.n L. Wilson | Terrell Cornelius Rufus Herndon, Jr. Hornnrd O'Dwyer Mrs. Grace Jones Roy Jones Western Auto Associate Store Dale Jones A. D. Middlebrooks John Ridgdill Carter Johnson R. T. White Gus Haynes Mack Stewart F. H. Jones J. E. Allen H. B, Barr Bernard O'Stcen Je&n Laseter Leo Robins B. R. Hamrn R. T. Bryant j R. V. Herndon Jess Murphy Webb's Newsstand Gift Shop L. A. Keith The 0 F. Witt Jirn Reed W. P. Singleton New Theater Gibson Drug Co. W. E. White P. E. Briant Frank Ward James H. Ward D. B. Thompson V. A. Hammond F. L. Lutham Lyman Armstrong Mrs. Olin Lewis Guy Card Oscar Greenberg Richard I. Reich H. L. Hannegan Leo Complon Ed McCorkle S. H. Briant Nick Jewell fat Duffie Max Walker Mary Arnold j O. A. Graves ! Albert Graves Mrs. Albert Graves Lon Saunders James W. Cantley Elise Broach Ray Turner Charley Harrell Mrs. Glenn L. Williams O. L. Reid D. T. Crews Ruth Fleming Ray Cumbie R. L. Patterson Mrs. H. M. Olson John Barlow Nelson-Huckens Hope Transfer Co. , J. H. Portwfield 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 ; 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.0(1 5.00 l.Of) 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 i.a l.OC 5.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .... 1.00 ... 1.00 .. 1.00 .. 1.00 . . 1.00 .. 1.00 5.00 . 1.00 1.00 Unbelievably Strange Story of the Southwest and of a Vanished People Who Returned to Life Begins Thursday, Nov. 18 in «2r Hope Star

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