Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 6, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 6, 1939
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PAGE TWO HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, September G, 10 o 9 Hope H Star Star of Hope, 1S99; Press, 1S21. Consolidated January 18, 1>» 0 Justice, Deliver Thy Hendd From False Report! Published every week-day afternoon Dy Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E. Palmer & Alex. H. Washburn, at The Star building, 212-214 Soutt rfalnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. VVASHBURN, Editor and Pmbtlshei (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Eiieterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week iSc; per month 65c: one year $6.50. By mall, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and LsFayptte counties. $3.50. per year; elsewhere |8.SO. Rfetnocr of The Associated Press: The Associated rress is exclusively en- dtled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Chnrsrcs on TriJnifos. Etc.: Charge will be mafle for an tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial news- oaoers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a Jeluee of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or tfce tafe-kseping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Torn-Out Pages of Versailles Treaty Strew Europe When the 125 peacemakers finished their five-month wrangle at Versailles and emerged in June. 1919. with a treaty of 543 pages, the world saw a document such as it had never seen before. Though it is the custom today to deride this voluminous pact, it is likely that no war settlement before it embodied the results of so much study or so comprehensive an effort to set up an order that gave hope for the futxire. The ink was scarcely dry on the signatures, however, before pages began to be torn out of the treaty. The United States refused to sign, or to join die League of Nations set UD in the first part of the treaty. The provisions for 'trial of the kaiser and other German leaders were never carried out. The reparations provisions went next. Scaled down under the Young and Dmves plans, they were finally abandoned under the Hoover moratorium of 1931. Disarmament of Germany was at frist enforced, but none of th/> other signatories ever disarmed as provided by the treaty. Germany then tossed the disarmament provisions into the fastbasket in 1935 an d!936, and violated other clauses by remilitarization and fortification of the Rhineland. The Kiel Canal, internationalized, was retaken by Germany, and Helgoland refortified. The independence of Austria and of Czechoslovakia were specifically guaranteed by the treaty. Germany has eonouered both, and seized Menrel. It now threatens the independent existence of Poland, similarly guaranteed. Some of the provisions, like the Saar plebiscite, have been carried out. Others, like those providing exchange of prisoners, are obsolete. Gradually the pages have been torn from the voluminous book, of Versailles, and their fragments scattered all over Europe. What remains of the treaty? Of its 440 articles, about 125 still have nominal force. They cover: Guarantee of the complete independence of Latvia, Lithuania, and Esthonia. The League, cession of Alsace-Lorraine to France and the status of East "Prussia. Renunciation by Germany of her overseas possessions, and of rights and leases in China, Siam, Liberia, Morocco, Egypt. Turkey and Shantung. Certain regulations over air and railway traffic, and a provision for mutual respect for the graves of the war dead. At present not even that last pitiful provision seems safe. It- is clear, as the last remaining leaves are stripped from the book of shall be carved out in a civilized manner or molded from a muck of blood and Versailles, that the world faces a new era, not foreseen in 1919. Whether it mud, will be known within a few days. It should be clear that only the former course offers any chance of bettering Versailles. THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M, REO. U. 9. PAT. OFt By UB. MORRIS FISHBErN Editor, Journal of (lie American Mrdtrnl Association, HMl tt Hygein, the Health Magazine upev-Sofl Mattresses, Ky<e .Shades, Ear-Stops Add Comfort lo Sleep Third of four ;uUde-, nu sleep. l:eils\n-iiu;s nn the i;rouiul. sometimes pureluisin:; sKvium; equipment. h, floor or Mill. is possible not only to uet nuitti-esse.-. [ Theso people seem, unc'e they have a <nff mattress, ,1 spriuy inattrc.s-s or :> solid mattress. , Si.eotalifs in orthepniiie sun-gory •;,'> i01 tain forms of mattress prevent spinul curves by pliidng stress on the hours of (lie spine. The argument has been miule that p MII{ in the middle of the bed is bad for ijootl sleep. Dr.Natlianio! Kleitman, who seems to be quite skeptical points out Hint n cut sleeps eurled up, that the Japanese sleep un the 1 I'.vimnU and do not make it conform lo tile curves of their bodies, and thai sailors who sleep in sunK' Tin. 1 sagging of ii mattress iind bed- sprini; iniiy discourage freciiient which are e«f;eecinllv d?.sit,med fur cMalbished (lie haliit, to slei p as well [ >'S in piwitiuii of the sleeper once good sleep, but :ilsn eve shades to keep ont the li":bt. IMI- -;tnii.; to Uei- out noise. :mi| m.viv . pi'ri.-il kiml of pillows. Doc-lot' K.U-iUi\im piui\^ uui, tlutt . large potlioii ct' m.H!l:ii!>t i-Jer-p:: i*j lho.i< who use ;i luii-d inultrpss. Mil- hii.s become usi-il to Unit mattre.-s and spring. Most of those matters seem lo be questions of individual likes and dislikes. Thi.s is true also of. bed covers. Some people sleep belter on cool nights with » full eovereing of quilts ami blankets. Others sleep better when they use no covers. There are | some people who cannot sleep well un- t wear JJBWIIS or p.-ijamas.! ld bed They say tliey fall asleep quicker as the must lie still in order lo warm up the part of the bed with which (hey wo in contact. BARBS others insist the only way ll A few sleepers insist lo .sleep eomfortahly is with the faee They use a lime; not tu keep the | sharks away form Dorothy Lamour only way j W | U , M s | u , swims in her new picture. ers never hacks. Before there \va.s suitable indoor it was customary to use a j there lied warmer. Some people prefer an i But who keeps the net holder.s away? I Albuquerque, N. M. citizens must | have taken Governor Dickinson's word to heart. The report comes out they consume fiO.UOO bottles of pop a day A fisherman eaujihl a sluirk so it ruined all his nets and wouldn'^ fit in his boat. From Die deseriptif this sounds like tin' one thill's bi Ueltinu away from M> many lodp.l members. A. eowliuy actor objects to liiu?-l t.iiiK nml kissinj; scenes. Th»y mus I he easting him with .''.nine wicke • faced leadinj; woman. A Wisconsin man has been barbering for 51 years. Wonder if lie's i',iven up trying lo sell tin- shampoo, muss-n>e an dtonic combination" Tricky Stuff 'V NKW YORK Wcsk-hcster Country > Club sprinkles bread crumbs on i;reens ' hoping I" !<Hviic.t birds which also wilt .;' fill up on destruclive worms. '4 OUR BOARDING HOUSE , . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY O ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER Question*, mi fam* T\vo Tli*?(t* can }.<> 21 iliftVivr.f v. iu-^ with L'Oinlniuili' -P.-; as ful io\v i >: bluu-wliiU 1 , h!ur-u!';iri.'"j. blui 1 - tji'et J), biu»'-bn_'^ it. bhff'-^lare. >;Ui It?, ur;>i"i;^o-or,tM>J.e, groen- brown, ivt'n f,i'ef u; bi'ou ii -whiu- brown- bvou'n; ^L'lf For Rent I" AU:!CU.'. AC;\OS, L M.'.OSf.D / "/V-'tH I I |/ ...-t:^!.) AlVlM/.-.'.iC.U V', I . I'MV-U-iH QursTlOMt, IM / ( QfAiHV MU.C'it . ,/ ..... (i/.R I.'II;.M u--.V I / "II-':- iMTriA.iGencf- C\-ST \ \\ -.. UUI.D ii.Li. '.ou i-;nr Kd \^'r f '. / H.^ By J. R. WILLIAMS Iffl, 'ilh'Ju'illi-H bC'.VAOOL-fODA.V AMu ; i~*> OUR "\ TACIAf P. S'AID "1C on FOR RENT—Thi-cc-reom furnished apartment with. Electric; Refrigerator. | Private bath. 514 East 3rd St. 2-3tc FOR RENT—New Small house on Highway 67, two miles East of Hope. Deep well, clccirieity. Newt Pentecost, Phone 215-W. 4-:!tp For Sale FOR SALE—General Electric refrigerator, slightly used. Looks like : new. The best, value we hove ever offered in a rofntjerator. AUTG'MO- . TIVE SUPPLY COMPANY. 2-3t : FOR SALE-3(i Chevrolet Coach, good condition and bargain. Pete Shields. Phone 870-J. 4-3tc; Male Help Wanted • "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • • You Can Talk to Only One Man e Want Ads Talk to Thousand* SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One time—2e word, minimum 30c Three times—3^c word, minimum Me Six-times—€c v/ord, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum $2.70 Hates a re for continuous insertions only. WANTED—A WORKER AJI honest, indusiviouf. man wanted by nationally-known minei-al feed company i' 0 "' '-voi-lc DI ibis locality Duties will consist of calling on 1'orni- ers and rendering valuable livestock service. It doesn't lake liigh pet's salesmanship to do this permanent work, and no .special experience is needed. If you have a car, you can do this job. For full particulars :',2 your name and address to Box ;).', Hope, Ark. 'Notice* Washington Gin Company fe ginning and wrapping up to 525 pound bales $3.50 All bales over 525 pounds, additional Ic a pound. Also .store your Seed. A. N. Stroud will haul bales into Hope Compress for 25c each. A. N. Stroud, Washington. Ark. Sept 5-lm Services Offered SERVICES OFFERED—See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for new and re-built. Phone Paul Cobb C58-J. July2G-l m PUZZLE IE- HOM7.0NTAL, I Fhi'.irod is the of the Answer to Provinus Puzzle io fcT<~ '• i.rirao rod on t. Ihii !&nd's '"'< v.'iy rich ilr.'^h-.ii f.tiin. Opi'jiy.tv'i to- odd, Logisl claim ^iidi' home. Cod ot love. Electrical te-i-rn. 11 Road. 42 To cure. 44 Bugle signal. •IS Sorrow. 47 Street. 4!) Doctor. 50 Steeped grain. 51 Journey. 52 Stop! S-i Raccoon-like marAinal. 53 Cod of war. protect the lowland in this kingdom. 13 To tousle. 57 Much of its land is made VERTICAL 1 North Africa. 2 Splendor. 3 Trunk drawer 4 Side bone. 5 Verbal termination. 6 To extol. 7 To say further 8 Nay. t) Tenures of land subject to socage. 14 Pertaining to n race. 15 Cutting of gems or is a big industry here. 16 Moon valley. 17 Group of tents 19 Child's napkin 20 Plural. 22 Wide- mouthed jug. 23 Class of birds. 24 Onward. 25 Large sea in this land. 27 Native metal. 30 Half an em. 32 Tree. 34 Marked with lines. 37 To scatter. 39 Code of laws. 41 To agitate. 43 Circle parts. 45 Point. 46 Crawling animal. 43 Your. 50 Blemish. 51 Japanese fish. 53 All right. 55 Mother. SPECIAL—Until September ICth — 50°^ off on ail Permanent Waves. Vanity Beauty Salon. Phone 3'.). 20-Gt-p BEAUTY CULTURE -The Kosan, offers tliir. special price for limited ! time. A new location with new equipment. Complete course, with private lessons $35.00 cash. Positions secured, i Free literature. Term.-:. Kosan School | of Cosmetology, B15 Alain, Fine Bluff. ; AUK. 29-Sept. 5-J2 SERVICES OFFERED-Expert Ra- ; dio Repair Service and replacement | parts. All work guaranteed. Radio j Service. Phone 806. Ray Allen. 28-tf Lost LOST—Old Tan Suitca.-:e containing i rnen'a clothing. Lost somewhere be- ! tween Nashville and Magnolia. Notify j B. Colemrm, Nashville, Arkansas. 4-3tp LOST— fium Slifcp. near Notify Gilbert Piill.:)-, Kmiact Want It Printed We'll have a printing expert caJI on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. Whatever your needs, we can serve (lu-iii. Star Publishing COMPANY That MaUrs an I DOlM:' WMV, . MUSH. !- I-OUIJD GKOWIM' I OUT IN TH' K PAH.. 1 F'M M TO DOCTOR. 6.II.L III THIC> tlOUC.r — YODI-'. FATHF-P; COOK to MD5HROOMG ONCT". KMP IHl-V "n.lRWED OUT TO Kf /JOULO P.LiYv/\iU 'I'Ji IH / YOU LOMOfciR IV ''('UU COt4'-.ut'H 0 A-.t J \' / \ UI (V-^,. HA^-'. v;A.i , .- , . ni. ,'ji\v, \:i\\\- MU', ' ,i iu ) I I'L.'Lll.' il.A.CWtk' 'ID'AUkviOVJ VJlUi UU OV- l.Kili'V i'-Wb'MTf-.p TMf WHV MOTH EPS OET &(?AV By EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES If the Tutts Knew i' V. T. K AM LIN t. 1 . WE CWl DO IT, j JUD6E OK NO JUDGE-BUT / .ION, THERE'S IT Wll-l- BH A/ TOO MUCH AT OH, IF OWt.V THAsT OU|y\e-HEA.OED J, 1 ^ JUDSE WOULD LISTEN TO US /' ~,^\ |Q.iA AMD RELEASE DAD POR /" T ,,CT kw K^,.^_ JUST AM HOUR.' r-^( HOUR 5TAKU TO 1 ANY RISK '-•TAtMP IN OUR WAY.' *--,.--. A Head Start By ROY CRANE WASH TUBES CHOVP&O OIT- , TH'SIN'-v "VO 6L-T P/X'iT THOU- kC^Wii TMI-. f.K.C-:'E.I-'. HA! WE'LL TA.KI I"' ' By MERRILL BLOSSER In Full Bloom! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS <- "l.".!Mki / OKAY / QUAY .' IT'S iv PROBLEM AMD I'U-L MAMOI-E M MY OWM V^AY ' A FINE FATHER HE IB ' I'LL FIKID JUNE AND NIP THIS SILLY TH/w<3 IM THE BUD! I-IERE'S MO IN U5 BOTH WOXRYIf-Jfl / (..(."Avt-" MArre«s IN YOUR C'APAbl-t- MANDS / I WfcLl., YOU -"•-( IT WAS A TWO DAYS |H. AGO. By FRED HARMAN Springing Into Action RED RYDER

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