Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 14, 1939 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX Squalus Is Towed Into Portsmouth Navy to Begin Removing '.Bodies of 6 From Tragic Vessel PORTSMOUTH. N. H. - The Submarine Squalus was towed into Portsmouth navy yard Wednesday night 113 (lays after sinking with a loss of 2fl lives during a routine dive. Towed by the tugs Wandank and John G. Chandler, the all-started submarine grounded a few feet from pier 6. Salvagers towed the Squalus up the HseaUqu 1 ' river to the yard at low slack tide and expected it would rise and be berthed when the tide was high at 2 .1. m. Thursday. It was understood that all but navy men would be ordered Crom the yard at that time and the 26 bodies of the crew removed immediately. Undertakers from Boston were called to assist Portland morticians in dressing the corpses. Thousands of person jammed the waterfront to see the ship towed from it grace off Rye beach to Ports- muiith. Cars were parked on both sides of all highways and extra police were called to keep some semblance of order. Salvagers, except when weather in- terierred, have worked steadily on the navy's "greatest engineering project" since May 23 when the Squalus sank with 58 men aboard. Thirty- three were rescued by a diving bell— the first time such equipment had been used under emergency conditions. A naval inquiry board questioned survivors and in a preliminary finding reported that faulty operation of the main induction valve probably caused the disaster. The board is expected to meet later this week to inspect the S4.300.000 ship, which then will be drydockcd for repairs. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, September 14, 1939 The Story of 'The Wizard of Oz" JUDY GARLAND ai Dorothy FRANK MOROANf M Th« JACK HALEY ai The Tin Woodman BERT LANK «Th« Cowardly Lien To Grant Permit (Continued From Page One) gas lines proposed. Corrfmissioner Mchlburger will dissent from the order and issue a minority opinion rejecting the application. "The majority opinion will revise proposed financial structure. The initial contract rate of 10 cents (per 1000 feeU will be approved subject to commission review and may be limited to require setting up a sinking fund for reimbursement to consumers of all or part of earnings, if any, be found above a fair return. "Applicant may be required to serve Saratoga, Fulton. Bradley and McNab and build feasible extensions. "This unusual procedure of notifying parties of the corn'mission's decision prior to issuance of the order is taken in the public interest so that applicant may secure pipe and other purchases under existing commitments rather than run the risk of increased material, costs." The commission's notice that it would require a revision of the financial structure referred to the Louisiana Nevada having incorporated with S1000 capital stock. At a recent lengthy public hearing. President W. A. Dc- laney said the company would put up 5100.000 cash if the commission desired. The Louisiana-Nevada has contracted to furnish the cement plant and the Hope interests gas at 10 cents per 1000 cubic feet, about one third less than the rate charged by the Arkansas Louisiana. Hope intervened to urge the granting of the permit The Louisiana-Nevada obtained pcivnit from the Federal Power Commission before the state agency held its hearing. The Arkansas Louisiana has asked the federal commission to rescin its original order. In bnofs filed with the state com- mit.sion recently, attorneys for trc Louisiana-Nevada said they anticipated the other company would file suit if the permit was granted. Dorothy iJudy Garland', a small! Rirl. lives with her Mint Em (Clara i Blandick) and Uncle Henry <Charley' Grapewinei on a farm in Kansas. Her! constant companion is her dog. Toto 1 She is a great favorite of "Hunk"j i (Ray Bolger). "Hickory" (Jack Haley>i land "Zeke" (Bert Lahri. farmhands. | She runs home after school one day I in tears because her dog hit Miss' Gulch (Margaret Hamilton i. a mean neighbor who is intent on having Toto destroyed. Miss Gulch arrives at the j (arm with legal permission from the • sheriff to take possession of the ani- I mal. When she leaves with Toto to! have hints destroyed. Dorothy is heartbroken. The little dog escapes Miss] Gulch and returns. Dorothy resolves j that she'll run away, taking the dog > to save him. She started out. j In the woods she comes across Pro- I lessor Marvel (Frank Morgan i. itinerant fortune teller and wagon show man. i.he asks if .she can go with military situation on its leaders. AI storekeeper, after peering up and down ' the street to sec if any police were 1 nearby, whispered in my car. "All] thjs is the fault of the leaders. They talk too much ant! do too little." Until Monday—11 days after the start of war — Lwow lacked anti-aircraf < guns. The same is true of other Polish cities with the exception of Warsaw. All guns were at the front, i Even now smaller towns lack anti- | aircraft potection and German fliers swoop within 200 feet of the ground. I could almost count the rivets in the fuselage of one plane. "Unless heavy rains come." says the man in the street, with a resigned air, "it will be over in another 10 days." He believes heavy rains quickly would beg down Germany's | mechanized forces in the mud. Neutral military observers express doubt, however, that even rain could make much diference because Poland's supply system is breaking down even faster. Transport of any kind is virtually impossible during the day because Germany's warplanes .seem toj to be watching every road, every i railway, hunting Polish supply trains j and columns with unerring instinct. I : lnm. The wise old man gathers her story, pretends to tell her fortune in ;\ crystal, and induces her to return home, telling her how much her aunt and uncle are grievcing for her. As she arrives at the farmhouse a cyclone hits the place. He aunt, uncle and the farmhands had taken refuge in the cyclone cellar after vainly hunt- in -4 her. She and Toto cower in her bedroom in the farmhouse. The roaring wind hurls a window. It strikes Dorothy on the head and she tails onto her bed. Dorothy feels the house rise from its foundation and spin through the air. She sees ccws. horses and people flying by. Miss Gulch flies by. pedaling her bicycle, and suddenly changes into a witch riding a broomstick. Then the house begins falling and finally lands with a thump. Dorothy looks out. The house is in the midst of a blaze of color, with green trees, colred funtains. huge poppies. A great bubble floats in. bursts t and out of it comes a beautiful vision, Glincla (Billie Burke), the beautiful Witch of the North. She tells Dorothy she is in the land of the Munchkins, kindly dwarfs who are overjoyed because her house fell on and killed the wicked Witch of the Last. All that remain of this Witch i= her ruby slipers. protruding from under the house. The midgets approach, welcome her and celebrate in song. Then they cower in terror as the Wicked Witch of the West 'who is Miss Gulch) appear. The dead Witch is her sister. The magic i uby slippers mysteriously attach themselves to Dorothy's feet. The Wick ed Witch demands them and leaves, vowing vengeance'.'^ Dorothy wants to get back to Kansas. She is told only the Wizard of Oz in the Emeral City can help her. She and Toto start out. She comes across a Scarecrow, strikingly like the farmhand. Hunk. He fays he neds a brain, and resolves to accompany her to ask the Wizard for one. Next they find the Tin Woodman, and he proves to be Hickory, the other farmhand, in tin. He says he needs a heart, and joins the party. They go on. A lion, much like Keke. accosts them and threatens Toto. Dorothy slaps him and the Cowardly Lion begins to wimpcr. He joins the party to ask the Wizard to make him brave. The Wicked Witch follows them, threatens the others for helping Dorothy, and puts a field of poison poppies in their path, from which they narrowly escape by the air of Glinda. But they reach the Emerald City and get inside. The Wicked Witch serves notice on the city, "Surrender Dorothy or Die." The magic ruby shoes enable them to obtain audience with the Wizard, a huge mysterious face above a throne, who promises to grant all their sequests if they will kill the Wicked Witch and bring oack her broomstick They set out. To reach the Witch's castle they must go through the Haunted Forest. The Wicked Witch sends her winged monkeys to swoop clown upon them and carry off Dorothy and Tot. M her castle, the Witch tries to take the ruby slippers from Dorothy but finds she cannot until Dorothy is dead. So she sets an hour glass running. When the sand has ceased running Dorothy must die. Suddenly Toto gets away and eludes the mon keys and the terrible Winkies, guard of the Witch. The dog finds the others just as the Tin Woodman is weeping over poor Dorothy. With Toto leading the way, tho three climb a steep mountain until they can see the castle. The Scarecrow has figured out a method of attack and says the Cowardly Lion must lead them. Shaking with fear, the lion says he will do it. They are attacked by three Winkies but overpower these strange men and manage to get into the castle weir- ing the Winkies' costumes. Toto leads them to the room where Dorothy is held captive and the Tin Wodman smashes in the door with his axe. However, they are discovered and are forced to flee through the castle. They are cornered in a room high in the castle. The Witch enters'.««vd tells them each has to die a different death. The Scarecrow is first and the Witch sets fire to him. Dorothy seizes a pail of water and throws it on tlie Scarecrow. Water drenches the Witch and she melts nway. Tile Winkies arc happy to be delivered from her wickedness and give Dorothy the broomstick and they return to the Wizard. Again they confront that strange head. But the Wizard stalls on his promises. They are bitter and angry when Toto reveals a meek man, wh is strangely like Professor Marvel behind n curtain doing all this magic. It is the Wizard of Oz himself. Tht;> demand their rewards and he is forced to make good. He tells them they have had what they want all the time. The Scarecrow really has brains because he thought the quartet through many difficulties but ^n- liko scholars i he has no diploma as proof of his brains, line Wizard give.s him one. The Tin Wodman has a real heart because he cried over the fate of his friend, Dorothy. But. unlike philanthropists, he has no testimonial. Tlie Wizard gives him one in the shape of a heart. The Cowardly Lion, really brave because he carried on even when frightened, received a huge medal to prove his valor. All are happy, except Dorothy. How can she get back to Kansas? The Wizard confesses he was once a balloonist who floated to Oz and remained as the Wizard. He starts to take her home in the balloon. But it gets loose 'without Dorothy and he is carried away alone, leaving Oz to -be ruled by Ihe Scarecrow. Tin Woodman and Cowardly Lion. Dorothy is now heartbroken. But Glinda arrives in her bubble and tells her can "o home any time she wishes. Glinda wanted Dorothy to first learn .'. great truth before she was. told. Dorothy says she believes .she knows what is meant: she'll never again have to look for happiness beyond her own back yard. Glinda says'that is right. Now all Dorothy has to do is click her heels together and repeat "There's no place like home" three times. Dorothy says goodbye to her friends anil des so. And, miraculously, there she. is in her bed saying "There's no place like home." Around her, with worried faces are Aunt Em Uncle Henry, the three farmhands and', looking in the window, Prof. Marvel It has ail been a delirium. Dorothy can't, understand why Zeke. Hunk, Hickory, and Prof. Marvel don't remember being with her in Oz. but she is,sure Toto remembers. 20 Pet. Rise Likely in Farm Products But Exports Won't Reach the Average of 1920-29 Period WASHINGTON - </!•) - Secretary Wallace indicated Wednesday that the administration would not look with disfavor on a 20 per cent advance in he general level of fnrin prices provided it was based on "sound consumer demand" and ivot on "specula- live activity." lie cnipliasi/.cd Hint increases in prices of most funn products .since Die outbreak ot the Kuiopean war had not brought quotations up tn the levc .-••light hy (lie .•idmmi.sir.-tdon under its crop control and other farm programs. Because of the possibility of increased demand fo American meats and other livestock products in Europe, the secretary decided agaiivst ordering a tanner referendum on corn marketing quotas. Under quotas, Mid-Western corn bell tanners who planted in excess of their government acreage alotmcnts would nave been required, to store their excess grain or pay a penalty tax on 15 cents a pound if they sold or fed it. While saying that ho expected an increase in exports. Wallace cautioned farmers against being too optimistic about such trade. He predicted export demands for pork and lard would not be as large, ius in the l!)20-2!) period. The Bureau 'of Labor oiatislics reported that the general upward movement of retail prices slackened be- 847 Bales Cotton Are Ginned Nevada County According to LeRoy May, .special agent for the Bureau of Census, 874 bales of cotton were ginned in Nevada county from tile crop ot 1939 prior to September 1st., ns compared with 632 ginned to the same date in 1938. Hill Singing There will be a singing at Liberty Hill schorl house Sunday night, September Iftli, beginning at 7:-15. Quartets expected to be on hand are Hpn.shinv, Hope, Odom, May, the Happy Tour of Hope. There will also bo class singing. The public is invited. Liberty Hill is five miles south nf Hope on Highway 21). WE, THE WOMEN MIND YOUR MANNERS t. M. Ma. w, f. PAT. orr. ' B.v IUITII MIU,KTT When they meet a new person, sonic women follow n falurc For- that never misses. In half an they can make themselves thoroughly disliked. It's an easy formula to follow—and it always works. First, speak in a whinnintf, dissatisfied or positive tone of voice. Second, be determined to U yourself, your trouble;, umphs. Third, wlit-n the oilier person does fiot a chance to tell you about his vacation or his work, say .something hliit makes him look anything but fortunate '^Something on the onh-j- „! "\ in afraid I can't envy you your cruise, took one once and that <--.^ iiboul your tri- twcen September 7 and 12. except (or lard and navy beans. A special survey of 10 foodstuffs in \ ever 12 cities showed that lard and navy beans increased roughly 10 per cent. Lut oilier items experienced no sharp increases .such a.s were reported during tlie first seven days of the wur. enough for me. 1 vv.-i.s never so bored BARBS in my life." Kourth. act a little bored at what- is going on. Especially if you people expect arc you a stranger and to be impressed. If Veil Arc Still Around Fifth, criticize a.s many thing;, a.s short a time as in Test your knowledge or correct ' social usage hy answering the following questions, then checking nga'mst Uie authoritative answers below: 1. Is it necessary or a bridge hostess to have two packs of fresh nird.s on each lablr'.' 2 Is good lighting at each table a "must"'.' .T. Should a hnsk'.ss, in making up tables, put i;ood players at onn table, iiicxpi'rii'iiced players at an- olhrrV 4t< 't. Shoulld you accept an invitation to a bridge party if you are a very puor p);iyer ami do not know how seriously the Kuosl.s take their game'.' 5. If you .'ire u;;cd to chalt'.Tiiig while you play bridge, and find yourself at a table where everyone keeps fluid, should you chatter a.s usual? What would you do if You are having a bridge party and have bought several prizes. rln Would you — ta> Have (he piv.es wrapped a.s attractively as r.ossibir'.' <bl Leave Ihf gifts unwrapped? Answers 1. Yes. 2. Yes. .'{. Yes. •I. No. Ti. No. Keep quirt. Best "Wli.r. would You Do" .''tilutit.ni- -i it >. The Texas highway department .spends an nverngc of $.'15.000.000 yearly, opi'rafcs on a cash basis, employs 8,500 workers and lias 22.170 miles of highways to maintaii,. What with an extended summer vacation in the country and no classes, evacuated British school children are probably a.s highly elated about war as arc American kiddies when bankrupt municipalities can't pay the teachers. And the actirs over here are thinking of giving up their war with the stagehands now that the real thing is being produced on the European fronl. you can sible. Sixth, when others are talking don't i look o r act interested in anything they have to say. Seventh, say "I disagree with you" about something, t doesn't matter what. Kifiht. make positive gcneraliljcs like, "Nobody could possibly like that show" Or "Anyone is silly who thinks so-and-so. Ninth, if than th Hitler you have traveled more people with you. be sure to compare everything hercw ith the way things are in other countries. Tenth, before you leave be sure to let cvtryones know what a busy important person you are— and how much .i«r nas IOKI live oi Europe .s ,,„.. .,,.. ; , . Little Nation^that he will respect their ' A,id ,hat wT neutrality. That makes just building more countries that can start building aip raid defenses. Italy is conserving all her coffee for the army. Chieftains have evidently overlook the possibility of Old Mr. Coffee Nerves undermining the morale of the soldiers. I .be one group that win let you Uriclly alone. — «» m «• A French actress shouted "Heil Stalin" and started a riot in a cafe. Von Ribbenlrop merely shook hands with the Russian and all Europe is in upheaval. CHILLS AND FEVER Here's Relief From Malaria! Dnn't }et Malarjn torturp you) Don't shiver w'th chills and burn with fever. At first sign of Malaria, take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. A real Malaria medicine-. Made especially for the purpose. Contains tasteless qutnidinc and iron. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually combats Malaria infection in the blood. H relievos the freezing chills, the burning fever. Helps you feel better fast. Thousands take Grove's Taste-less Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear by it. Pleasant t > take, too. Kvcn children take it without a whimper. Don't shiver and burn. At Malaria's first sign take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tunic. At all drugstores. Buy the large :,ize as it gives you much more for your money. = I Poles Desperately (Continued from Page One) :;. Forty-five miles south of Dcrblin at Krasnik, adn 1. Fifty miles west of Lwow between Jaroslaw and Przemysl in the Sun river front. Railroads .Smashed A.s fast a.s the Poles repair railway lines German airplanes smash them again. By now most Poles seem resigned to the steady German advance. They sfccm to .-:eck only some means of flight. 1'rj repair railway lines only to have' them smashed again by German aii | raiders, to sweep the streets only to \ have another air raid five minute:- i later—it ^t-cm.i like trying in holrl I hack the ocean with the r.alrn of one'.- j hand. i The Gorman drive is corning closer! and closer to tins city and the Polesl lear that soon the railway line into! Fv.urnanih will be cut_ thereby ending all hopes of getting gasoline for their i small amount of mechanized equip-! mon t. ' Despite vigilance of military police who jail grumblers, the Polish man on the street is prone to blarnc the < Legal Notice ~ LEGAL NOTICE Notice is here-by given thut the Board of Public Af/airs rjf the City of Hope, Arkansas, will receive scaled bids up to 10:00 o'clock A. M. Friday. Sept. 15, 1939, in the- council room of the city hiill, far the furnishing ol one steam driven Turbine Centrifugal Boiler Feed Purnp. and accessories, F O. B. Hope, Arkansas, at v.r,iih timr n contract v/ill be let i/ a satiifactorv bid is received. Tlie said Board ol Public Affairs reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive irregularities. W. S. Atkins Lloyd Spencer Chas. Taylor i"e;,l. 7. 1!<3<». . t- ept T-M. JUDY GARLAND at Dorothy RAY BOLGtR os The Scarecrow FRANK MORGAN as The V/iiard with BILLIE BURKE (the Good Witch), MARGARET HAMILTON (the Bad Witch), CHARLEY GRAPEVV1N (Uncle Henry) and the Munchkins. Screen Play by Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson and Edgar Allan Woolf. l-'rom the book by L. Frank Bau/ii. A VICTOR FLEMING Production. Produced by MERVYN LE ROY. Directed by VICTOR FLEMING. An M-G-M Picture JACK HALEY a* The Tin Woodman BERT LAHft as The Coward)/ Lion AENGER PREVIEW SAT, NITE 11p.m. SUNDAY-MONDAY & TUESDAY MATINEE TUESDAY ALSO: DONALD DUCK'S PENGUIN and LATEST NEWS «»'VVV^VV*Hfc'%^VV*'V^^^' < V^ %

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