Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 15, 1939 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 15, 1939
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Civilians, Only, Are Affected by Order SHANGHAI -(.<P>-~ Japanese army, navy and consular authorities are closing the doors of China to some of their own countrymen—the "carpet bag- gers" wh have been following the artny onto the Asiatic continent in increasing numbers. Finding their efforts to gain the friendship of Chinese in occupied areas hampered by "disreputable Japanese" the authorities have ordered the deportation of any Japanese itctiiig in "n manner injurious to Sino-Japanesc emity." Civilians, only, are affected. An estimated 1.00 Japanese civilians have bee narriving in Shanghai each week for many months. • HIGHLIGHTS FROM LATEST BOOKS Father Envys Dads of 1800s Whether you're a daddy, son or mother, you will likely not put down Frederic Van cle Water's latest book, "Fathers Are Funny" • John Day: 2). until you've reached the last witty, humble page. This is Van de Water's testimonial to his son. now nearing 21. It might wet! be every father's. Both good humor and good sense are revealed in the excerpt below. Fatherhood, for me. has been less a job than an unstable and surprising combination of adventure, blind- man's buff, guerrilla warfare and crossword puzzle. These have been its constant elements. From tfme to time, the enterprise has presented other, more novel features. such as hanging by the thumbs and incipient apoplexy. Whatever else may be said for my life as a father, it has not been sedentary. Nor has it been, like other creative or editorial work I have undertaken, a problem of skill applied to more or less amendable material. Our relationship has lacked the ideal union of teacher and pupil. You have not been the empty and expectant 'bowl into which I have poured instruction. There have been many disconcerting moments when the supposedly receptive vessel has risen insurgently, grappled with 'me and forcibly fed me education. . . . There are times, and one of them is this identical moment, when I envy the fathers of a century ago, hairy and righteous gentlemen who never questioned arid certainly never allowed a child to doubt that they were animate sounding boards for the voice of God. You would not have had so much Friday, September 15, 1939 Faces That Won't Be Saved LOGS BOLTS and ROUND BLOCKS We are now in the market for Oak and Gum logs. White Oak, Overcup, Post Oak, Red Oak, and Ash Heading Bolts, Also Hound SWEET GUM Blocks. For prices and specifications Apply to: e Heading Co. Hope, Arkansas Phone 245 Hop BE SAFE Your doctor knows better than anyone else what is hcst for your baby. He has spent years in the scientific study of child health. He is interested in your baby's health and in your health. Before any change is made in your baby's diet, or when any problem arises concerning his welfare, your physician is the first to be consulted. H c will help you to avoid (lie confusion ami uncertainty resulting from advice offered on all sides. SEE YOUR DOCTOR When prescriptions are needed call .... The I.fading "We've Got It" PHONfc 62 Motorcycle ijclivcry Bruce Catton Says: Washington Normal Despite Crisis, but — By BRUCE CATTON NEA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON — Although official Washington is keyed up to the hazards of war. the machinery of government has been revolving on just about its usual midsummer basis. Few vacations have been cut short or cancelled: little or no midnight oil has been burned. Now. however l developments pro-It) mise that the capital will be a hot- being much incommoded. They've _. _ _, , been pretty busy all year anyhow, The State Department, of course. : and tho cHsis broughl liule if any is kept very busy. Secretary Hull is i c ^ ange on the job, with all of his assistants I The Commci . ce Department will be and division heads. The department | exlrcmelv bus u hus compi i c( i u remains in close touch with the white ] , f]ea , ()f tl .. u|c . md finmlL , i;il house, and the job of keeping the j [lmn foj . FDR> but , ook R , [U in jts government informed about develop- | ^n^ ments informed about developments j " .', . _ overaseas is carried through on a non- I Bendos those on the Dies committee, ! only 10 representatives remain in Washington. Eight senators are in the city. bed of activity at almost any moment. With the Hempstead Home Agent Melva Bullington winter oats plow when moisture conditions are right for good pulverizatin, 4 or 5 weeks before planting dute if possible. Harrow well after plowing,' and at intervals, to conserve moisture and help pack the loose soil. The best fall growth possible Is assured by this practice. Lespodcza land maybe disked a day or two before seeding, drilling, or broadcast of seed before disking. Furrow-opening drills maybe used without special preparation. These methods of seeding cost less, insure volunteering of the lespcdcza, but will not give--as good yield as the preceding short fallow method. This method docs give winter cover winter pasture and some yield . If seeding in cotton or corn fields Jio preparation is possible the oats arc usually broadcast soon after a good ruin and .scratched in with a gce- whi/. or other one-horse cultivator. Some special disk arc made for this type of work also. Rcct.'mmcndcd varieties of oats for this section arc Ferguson 9-22 or 71, Nortcx, Appier, Basting's 100 bushel or any Red Rustproof strain of proved value. The College of Agriculture, through its' breeding program, hope to have available in the near future new, highly productive hardy strains of good rust resistance. R. E. Short of Brinklcy. president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation has been invited by Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace to attend a conference in Washington, D. C., on September 14 at which the amount of the government loan price on 1939 cotton will be discussed. Several days ago officials of the Farm Bureau in Arkansas urged Secretary Wallace to have the Department of Agriculture announce the loan price o nthls year's crop as quickly as passible since it has already started moving and since the outbreak of war in Europe may affect prices of the commodity. When the price of cotton falls below 52 per cent of pnrily price a government loan to stabilize the price is mandatory when 'marketing quotas are voted under terms of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938. Last year the loan price of 8.3 kept the price of cotton at a higher level than it otherwise would have been, Mr. Short said. "In addition to the discussion on the rate of the loan for cotton, there will he a discussion on the differentials to be added to or subtracted from the loan price for grade and staple and the determination"of whether differentials will be made on location of cot- tun aUmg with other factors to he taken into consideration in putting the loan in operation," Mr. Shrt said. "Cotton has started moving, but producers will be uncertain about lhc disposition of their crop until Ihe loan price is announced," Mr. Short said. "Although war in Europe has led tu a small increase in the price of cotton, at least temporarily, producers have no assurance that it will exceed the amount of the loan price, making it even more important that the amount of the loan be set immediately." BARBS The Niui-Sovici accord leaves open to mind the thought of Fritz Kuhn imd Enrl Browder plnying double solitaire up at a summer Bund camp. A psychiatrist tells us that many disappear simply because they feel they are not wanted. Others vanish because they arc. Governor Dickinson says bridge piny ing leads to evil things. Worst thing we can think of is a canned food dinner because (hat hist rubber took so long. Pari.s produces a "Crisis Cocktail," chiefly straight rye. After n night of these, you're gunrantced n bigRCf headache than Europe has. "Hny Fever." science tells us, should he called "polllnosis." Try pro. nouncing thnt without sneezing. Ix»sl: Al<lo Keys MANHATTAN, Kas—(/P)—A woman, visiting the Manhattan zoo, was dnngl- ing her automobile keys at the cml of n chain. She dropped them accidentally and they went into the wild- cut's cage. "It'll be n lot less trouble to buy a new set," she commented us she witlkecl uwity. Ice cream become a wholesale coin- mud ity in 1851, when a Baltimore dairyman, Jacob Fussell, begun soiling it to get rid of his surplus milk. fl Many Hempstead County farmers are planting winter oats for winter cover pasture and soil i'mprovement as a temporary substitute for legumes | clue to the high price of legume seed j and the cheapness of good oats. If legume seeds cannot be secured oats arc much better than no cover and will furnish some protection as well as early feed if harvested. stop basis. In the Department of Agriculture, the Commodities Exchange Administration has had to do some extra j work to ' be ready for the conflict. Among Those Present , , , , ,,. : Senator Fredrick Van Nuvs, Indiana It has drawn up plans for controlling, Democrat and impresario of the Paul the commodity markets, keeping spe-1 eolation within bounds, preventing .sudden price fluctuations, and believes it will be able to stabilize the farm market pretty well. Treasury Watches Money Movements In the Treasury—whose Secretary Morgenthau was in Europe when the .fuss began—a close eye is being kept on things, particularly on currency fluctuations (which gets the .Stabilix.ation Fund people up pretty early in the morning.) McNult-t'or-Presicient boom, sticks around close to his boss. Senator Elbtirt D. Thomas (Dem.) of Utah is holding .the fort for the two man La Folletle Civil Liberties committee. Senator Claude Pepper (Dcm.» of Florida is convalescing from an operation which he underwent soon after the session ended. Preparations to put his two sons in a Washington high school and to enroll his daughter for another term at the nearby University of Maryand are keeping Sena- Chan Gurney I tor Chan Gurney <Rcp.> of South The Secret Service has a pretty fair ! Dakota in his Washington home. line on the various foreign agents it will have to watch. Same goes tor the FBI, over in the Depart- Possible for him to leave. "For 17 ment of Justice. ] years I've been in Congress and for War and Navy Departments are IT _years I've tried to get away for 'At the main Experiment Station at Fayettcvillc all varieties of winter oats (j.'H'e a ,'!7 per ctfnt gain over spring oats for a 20 year period. The best j 5 varieties of winter oats gave a gain j of 42.6 per cent over the five best varieties of spring oat.s. The five low-' cst varieties of winter oats gave a! gain of 52.8 per cent over the 5 lowest varieties of spring oats. We rave much milder weather in Hempstead county than at the main Experiment Station Fayettcville. October 5lh to October 20th is [he recommended planting time for Hempstead county. In preparation of the Seed bed for ' Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT watching things closely, but aren't •' fcw weeks during the summer," he | complains. '— —=. — - j Republican Representative John fun if you and I had loved in that \ Sduif < ;ru of Wisconsin has been de- era, but I should have enjoyed more U " ned by ." flf i lful of ''^olutions he is preparing for introduction into the second session of the 76th Congress next January. These include. sclfconfidcnce and serenity. We fathers in our forties are not a ] .'.pccially enviable group. We have been thrust by unsrupulous nature and her potent allies, tradition and sentiment, into assuming responsibilities and undertaking tesks for which we ( have had no aptitude whatever. If ! posterity were even as safely guarded I as the highways of this nation, if men I : had to qualify for the equivalent o/ I drivers' licenses before they became '. j fathers, most of us still would be : i childless. ; Representative Sol Bloom, New York Democrat, says his duties make it ini- L. M. THOMAS, AND MARY H. THOMAS PLAINTIFFS VS. NO. 5324 Southwest Quarter of Section 20; West Half of Southeast Quarter of Section 20; and Fart of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 19, all in Township 13 South, Range 23 Wc.st, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, hereinafter more particularly described DEFENDANT NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That there has been filed in my office as Clerk of the Chancery Court 'of Hempstead County, Arkansas, a po- titiun by the above named plaintiffs, for the quieting of the title in them . he confides, a bill to make Thanksgiving Day ; t national holiday—on last Thursday of November. Legal Notice WARNING ORDER IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT JOHN M. STAGER V.-i. VICTORIA WITHERSPCON and the confirmation of the title of the plaintiffs to the following described lands situated in Hempstead County, PLAINTIFF j Arkansas, to-wit: I Southwest Quarter (SW'/j) of Sec- lion Twenty (20), Wc.st Half <WVz) of Outstanding Values in Breakfast Suites and Suites for the Small Dinning Room CLEVELAND et al DEFENDANTS if you should die tonight will youi family be adequately protected. TALBOT FEtLD, Sr. District Manager Reliance Lite Insurance Co. Life, Health and Accident Box 44, Hope, Arkansas. The defendants, Vieto Withcr- Modernizc Yoar Home With A .VEW BATHROOM! EASY FHA TERMS HARRY W. SHIVER PLUMBING PHONE 25S Hope Hardware Company ; y.v.v.v.«.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.;. •; Dr. J. D. Johnson '•' .•Announces (he opening of offices^ •I 1'irst NationaJ Bank Building «', ,» Practice Limited to *• ."" '• •I Eye, Ear Nose and I; «; Throat. $ , VsVs'sVsVrVrVtVsV/s'sVs'dV.' .spoon Cleveland, Carnell Witherspnon and Mrs. Carnell Withcrspoon, his wife, Ora Lee Witherspoon Porter, Kvalina Witherspoon Hopson, John- 'iie Withcrspoon and Mrs. Johnnie Witherspoon. his wife, Elmorc Wither- and Mrs. Elmore Withcrspoon, Southeast Quarter (SE'/i) of Section Twenty (20), and Part of the Southeast Quarter (S'E'/i) of the Northeast Quarter <NE'/i> of Section Nineteen (19), described as follows. 1 Begin at a point ;UO chains South of the North- cast corner of the said 40 acres, run thence South 16.90 chains to the Southeast, coiner of said 40 acre tract, run thence West 1.2-1 chains to the center wife, the Unknown Heirs of Witherspoon, deceased, the Un- • - < -j-"-it'».i^J«ii.uiiin;i'(UtUlJ}UJKLU- . COr e! J .'.', a ,'°.'!'.. ^' rmC ''' S fol ' c ""wcycd to J. M. Recce. All of the above described land.s being in Mutual Royalty Syndicate, Inc., corporation, the Unknown Heirs Township Thirteen Twenty-three i2.';> South, Range West, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, and containing in the aggregate ii-lS'/a acres, more E. Cleveland, Deceased, and the Unknown Claimants of any interest in and to the fractional Northeast Quarter 'NEV:p and the Fractional or"lcss. Northwest Quarter /NW'.i) of Seel ion I All pcisons claiming said lands or 6. Township II South, Range 21) West,! any intciesi therein are hereby warn- in HemiKitearl County. Arkansas, and I ed to appear in said court and show .-ach ;{ them arc hereby warned to it .a u .sc why said title to said Ituids appear in thr; c...urt w:t.hm Ihirty i should not be confirmed in the said ! -h,y.-. and ijiiswer the compliiinl of the U M. Thomaii and Mary H Thomas j i,)i,inliff henrin. ' U'lTNK.SS: My hand as clcark of Uic • t Wnnc;-!i my hand mid seal a.-, clerk . Chancery Couit and the .seal thereof, i nf saifl court on this \:A day of ,Scp-; thi.s 201 h di.y of July, Htt9. ten:ber, W.'.'J. ' RALPH BAILEY RALPH BAILEY. Clerk. ' Clerk of the Chancery Court of !ie;l ' 1 He)j.-;>s!<_'a<:l Cuuniy, Arkansas. ixijt. 1. i. lo LtaJ ^, 1'JHS. :-J'.pt. 1. b. 13, Z>, 29 anJ Oct. G. Of the more than 14,000 banks in thp United States, only l>.:!38 belong to I he Federal He.serve .system. But outside banks hold only about 17 per cent of the total deposits. SP SATURDAY ONLY 100 lb V, SUGAR S5.80 25 Pounds 10 Pounds 59c 1—Dozen 2 lb. Boxes CRACKERS $1.35 48 lb. O. K. FLOUR , 98c 8 lb. Carton LARD 75 C SOAP — 8 Large Bars 25c Staley's Record Egg Mash 100 Ibs. ..$2.25 SHORTS 100 Ibs. $1.50 • CHOPS 100 Ibs. $1.50 HOPE FEED CO. Austin Franks, Mgr. • Phone 356- Free Delivery OUR GREATEST RANGE IT STARTS TODAY See this Sensational New 1940 Model See lliis Sen salio mil Nrw I OK) Model MAKIC CIIKK noiv on dis|d;iv in our slioiv room. You'll' IIP thrilled with ils gjKirkliiijr hciinlv. anil amazed at iu low cosl. Th'K! Here's an opporlunity to get a modern uiitojiiatie gas range Tor your kitclien at a sub- 'stanlial waving. Regardless of your needs, we have a range to suit every purse and purpose, and our easy eonvenieni payment plan makes possible lhc purchase, even with a limited budget. INCLUDED in lliis j;real sale arc all our newest ranges: • Driroit Jewel • Universal • JNla^ic Clu-f Onl JO BUY NOW AND SAVE Down I'ayinenl. Liberal Allowance for Old Stove. y, Convenient Terms on Ualance, Set of $29.'J5 Sc:t of Aluminum cookwurc in r\i lumgi: fur )our old Mow: if you huy a CP "Orlifii'd IVrfurimnin;" gas range during lhc sulr. Visit our office Today I KAKN al first hand the renuirkahle, difference liPlwccn your old slovc and (lie modrni gun r;t/if;ivs of today, l.cl us slio'-v yon how a sparkling, u|i-to-the-iniiuile ran^e will save, you lime, food, fuel and energy. /You', tutlay, if the opportune lime la linih'-in your old stuvc. CAS CO*

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