Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 16, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 16, 1939
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PAGE TWO HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, B Hope 5H Star Star oi Hope, 1S99; Press, 1927. CoraoUdawxJ January 18, 113* 0 Justice, Deliver Thy Hem id From False Report! Published every xveck-dny afternoon t>y Star I-ubllshlng Co., Inc. C. S. Palmer & Alex. H. Washbum, at The Star building, 212-214 South uTalnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, PresJrtem ALEX. H. WASHBTJRN, Editor and Publisher (API —Means Associated Press. (NEA)— Means Newspaper Eneternrise Ass'n. Sttbsrtlption Rate (Always Payable in Advance*: By city carrier, per weak !5c; per month 65c: one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempslend. Nevada, Howard, Miller and LaFayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of Tlie Associated Press: The Associated Frrss is exclusively ert- titlec) to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not jtherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Charges on Tributes. Etc.: Charge will be made for atl tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or mera'orials, concerning the departed. Commercial news- sapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a lelutje of space-taking! memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility o r the (jtfe-keer-ing or return of any Unsolicited manuscripts. Did We Learn Anything? We Shall See! ''We learn fronY history that wo loam noUum; from KUtoi'y." Cynical thinking. But never mind tin- cynicism. Is ii vort-cot (HmUiru!'.' We are going to find out. Once again, the United Slates is faced with llie heavy Uvk of Irvine to remain out of a widespread European war. As in 191-1. llii* great majority of tho American people want none of it. They feel instinctively that tb>? uge-ohl hatreds which underly all Europe's wars are alien to us: that they are some- I'Ving \ve have been tryim; '° £c' away from for generations. But like skeletons in tlie closet of our past, they will not let us be. It is true that American feeling is much stronger than in 1914. Then, most Americans were genuinely indifferent to the bloody brawls of Europe. Now v>'e are not indifferent. We cannot be. That works to the disndvantayc of the efi'ort to stay clear. Against it we must set the advantage that we know more of what undernVs these wars: we know 'move of die deliberate efforts that arc made to embroil us. We have the war debt: in 1938 we admitted 182.946 World war veterans to hospitalization. half of them neuro-psyehiatric. We have not. forsutten our 40,000 battle dead, our 90.000 dead of wounds and disease. As the President has pointed out. we must try resolutely to draw a line between what we think and what we ask our government to do. We must look skeptically at every effort to rouse passion and hatred, and calmly and oven coldly consider what is best for us. Thus it seems clear that Anthony Drexol Biddle. the Philadelphia socialite who happens at tlie moment to be the U, S. ambassador to Poland, has done his country no great service in implying that German aviators bombing Warsaw were practically alining at him. It seems that several bombs were dropped near Eiddle's summer homo in the Warsaw suburbs, damaging the house. Biddle was quoted as .saying that the attack was "deliberate." If by that lie means thai the German aviators took pains to inform themselves of the location of the Biddle home, and then aimed their bombs at it with special intent to kill, tlie American ambassador, then tlie only answer i.-5 that any such idea is fantastic. In the first place, we might as well recognize once for all that a bombing pilot, harassed by anti-aircraft fire, can never be sure within a matter <2 three city blocks just what his bomb is going to hit. The hellish part of air bombing is not that the aviators coldly choose hospitals and old ladies' homes for their targets, but simply that when the bomb drops they have only the vaguest idea of where it will fall. .It is not the deliberate choice of defenseless targets, but the sheer aban- dond recklessness of bombing that makes its horror. ~ The United States has the right to expect from its official diplomatic representatives a special wariness against thoughtless accusations and inflammatory, talk in general. The weariness is a duty wUich every American ought to impose.on himself. But it is a duty which the government must impose on ail Inose who officially represent it. • THE FAMILY DOCTOR] T. M. REG. 0. 9, PAT. OF* By OK. MORRIS FiSHBEIN Editor, Journal u( the American Medical Attoclatto* «t4 •< Hygcla, the Health Magazine Patients Imitate Illness in Hysteria to Escape Un Pleasant Situations Tin- o.^rulial CM use ^ of hysteria is pi-... doctor himself may suggest to "''"'-"' 1K ''" "'"''' y ''"" 'lie patient certain symptom.s which v,; def'iu'lely in'-are of '» • liakiny, haml.s. a person with hyy- tue fact Dial i- why |o-- ilhi"-- is m.---'''"-^" who is iniihitin.i: \ve;il<iu"ss of the cl ^ in ". :""! will .,'i-a,:,. the hiind with a quick .Mo'-;t (Infloi , .- -.; i'-:i.-o;v-- v.-liu iiavc ni,...-|.tiu-nt up to the point at which hysteria eoi'-,< 1 !:>Mn f.inii|!r.< in ^vhi^'ill t _ ______ thei'O is a it-;.-ie:!,-;, i;m,,i-.l ni-'!i!:il ,!i:'- ! ' —--— ^=r: : .'.' , .. , , the hand clasp occurs. Thou there is no further pressure; but the person who has nctunlly a wenk or pnrnlyxwl arm will be equally slow in bi'Kinninn the haiul clasp. A person who has hyslerln and who walks in a stumbling and tli/zy manner will usually manage to siive himself from a foil. On tlie other lidiul. a person who actually has cliw.incss or .stuinblint; heciiusc of a tumor of the brain or a similar condition will not be able to savo himself ilurinK'ii fall. One of the difficulties, of course, is the apparent desire of the person to got well notwilhslandini; the I'acl that there is nothing really wi'onn. Mere explanation of thai far! does not seem to suffice to briny about a cui-e. As' one physician .said, "You ju.'t the feelini,' that you are denlinK with two people in the same body one 1 of them \vnnts to get well and the nthei' .Iocs not." The- must imv-wlaul step in the i.-m"> (.]' hystt-riii is ID nuike ;m ahsi For propci 1 combustion, eni-li Kfll- lon of gnsnline Inn-nod in an inito- Two Drives Hit lon of Rns , Him and Ran mobile requires »n amount of mi- nqunl t that contained in a ronm 10 ,., , | ,f~, r «rv-\nf \r I', i I'v ft l,»*t, Ii o ff ' foi»l ^ointt'o ;ill(l \'2 feel llll^tl. i.j u,yfiL-j lit /:, n? ift.fKi- .'M anMinneiy ( I KA KG K I O WN. Ky.--l.'l r - llloeclink • H * I MpiaM MUM accurate d'Ui^iiosis anil to he coi lam lYon< a lu'inl I'Ut. Hobert MeGr-ovt-'.c, 2fi. - . ___^^ th;it Ihi'.'i'i-. ni'Sliirm I-<M'|.V \vi-ciii; phy- j ,,|.|,r, ;f ,|-,.,| into ;\ lunch room on a j "— ~" ' Mctill.y. Tin- IH-XI move is to endeivur||,j,,|H Vil y near hero and wild he was ] ^ ANSWER TO ^ by siiyKesticiii. per.Miasion in- I!M- usv ,,, ui -k by a truck while walking. of p..-yehoanly.-i.., to c.ci the paiiont ',,,. ,,,^,^.^1 fil , s | .,j ( | treatment .-mil CRANJUM CRACKER 1^1 I in i i . >!• ( -III i i lllii 1! • i I ! 1 i'i i 111 t Ki t f«, in . .. . i i> '.. ^ Bl •»» * » ^ ^ set out on font. A few min- liiex later lit- was struck by ."" atltci- M.....IS the basi, oi in.s d:slin nance j ; , ML . C ; OIII . BU refined eon- wlv"' Iv,. uu'Ji'J" !',.;•" I'l'le."' , «•'"»>»'••'•••< "' » O'-Wl-wn l»'M'il«l. lie .-aid neither of the which.s which ' -tiuck him slopped to K\vc aid . | MONTUKAI. i/l'i-Tli-.- I'.riii.-h «<>r-i " "" "*" > ~~ i C'rnmeut has plai-ed a ^I.'Hiii.ll'.H) order | AieidinK to estimates, there are j for l':.'-pOiinder field nun; vvilh Marine I ;.i,.niHi motor-di iven fire engines in ! lndu.iiin.-s of Sorel, Quo. '. iviee in the l'iiil''d States. I'l-nlilri:. mi I'ilUi <)»«' When slie f.iUled the ta|,e men- Mi r... hack :!l mciies. the shorl (.-ml would be nl mvi'c HI. or -1'2 inches. If she mciiMiri'S baek six ince.s mi llie shnrl end, the mi-n- sure on the lonK end will be at •12 moinus II, or 'M inches. I j OURjOARDlNG HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS . .- 'v j- i :-. i .:- i r»R',,-,ii:-j TO SELL IT TOOAY, ii '-• ••".!--•" TO DIVUISV-: THI" '^V-'. ' l\ Ill-.'ll liil- ;!(!!. '.. or t| •. . ilvMi., 1 .!!-!! ' <>i Jim--,,, i. ii.,. ...,,;-. -.-,,,:. ;-., v .i,uKj ! \ V;;-'..JiOCPvtM'ZVLR te AM UNPRETENTIOUS thf f i;,t il'l;' (MM -\: I i .'! ' . >l ;;:;• (,'i -Ii i j!,.. ' ' ' "~ ^ ^ht'lUhu k ;. ..-i ^x;t:;;U' ;.-• in iiui I'ontiition th»- •'•ii.{\ 1 - ni''i; .i-\.Moj'S a p.ll"ll\..i-. ill ol.il-:- to ..-..-.M :;,:i:U. Th. r.- I., !r :! .i;v :'. U>.-:e|'ia ni.iy r.ol '.:•: the ! .!i.'i;l CT- 'ii '.-. KM. i i 1 ii!- ii • l>:a t • i''.' , . i,' 5 'vlii-.-b til-, i.. i .... ;-.; . '-!'» l'i-i. : 'pL r |.l!"O«A"l't-:D C'ARTRiDGK THAI"'FASTI-s;^ j \xT' J x ' V\/ i. '' i i :-' '.';•.; Y..'Vt>AU'.:,T PlPK Oi- AM AUTOMOBu-V AMD/ \ \ -:•'->!-.vO^AO MOX1OLI5 GASFS INTO ^UCu' </Jl \"\ A H V V •"::'".'-:::r3 l C::;:::.:.":~:r,:j~7:--.:--^ IV.-.-.j. J?eni FOR MF.X'i' •-:: 10, m fu,i.i .lied aparl- ; / nieiil. aiijoinin-.; l:.ith. ;u-\v i/ui!t in ' cabiiH-t iii!<l :;.'i!'..:.:•'. C.dl Air.:. i-'i-aniJ ." HutcliiiiLi. I'honv 7'J. lL'-:!le • ' rage. A'. :-h,i Miillips. "' . ", '• ;'.' HOGPLE'-rzUR V-/1LL VlLL TUV•••- ; li:l 'I iu : SAVORY j "ASIMG 6WCLI. OF -. — -v^ ci-uu SAUCL OR Av,-'i u — -\ EUTTV5 COOKIMG IM / i-.'.'.'V r'OCN WMI.L vot.i / !x '.'.\J A COOP;' USU.M- |!j f!Vf-' \MN!LI'Ui^ \ - oiii.1. siiM-.v.'/s i-Aiir-t", } \ ; .-..V.1-, AMD PLAT!...' ) FOR HI'IN'I 1 -• !• ivi--r,.oni li.ui.-e in ' May;;ioi;a a;. 1 .!:!.i--.n. Mi-. .(. ('. Sein.utey ' i plume :>:-K-i i. 1-1- I tp. " '' i l-'OK EVKNT -Tv-.., loom ini!'iirni--he.| apai-tinval. Xe-,v!y d.VDI-.I!,-,!. Private ' • ';!, '::\;--;V : 0/ >5\ .^};. ^v ; -^^P^^^V'V ''„ V.;. 1 ' .j_ \^-;;'.'^"-'-'->!' / •/?'.."«<_-/''-^ - v . '' : ''/-' • 7 •''''••-"- /, • \.' [•' AKL 1 ^Ai^.iE \ f:-; F5 ARE MADE - NOT BOCM » For Sale BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES \:.^- •/,,•.:•• - .. ;.• co^p, '. I '•'- ""v'.Tu'.T-. - '. A .K,yCK» •-•-.x ,•->, .•;..:<::, • v T'A\\viCb 'Oov-n- For: SAI,K A nr-vi;-, ;.-i .-n .-.pai-N •lent ,-i,'." :•(•!'.•!•,,•!•:.!..;•. Auto'iiotivi' FOR SALE—For u:-.c on moat counter or cold storage 1-Fri.m'daire com- rnoreial refrigeration unit ' | hoi-.se. Automotive Supply Co. lfi-,'Uc * "2'fes Afore You Tell the Quicker You Sell" » * You Can Talk to Only One Man 0 Want Ads Talk to Thousands* SELL-KENT BUY OR SWAP All W&nt Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone S One tiras—2= word, minimum 30c Three times-3%c word, minimum 56c ' Six times—€c word, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum $2.70 Rates a'e for continuous insertions only. KOR SALF:--! WM-" hairp.i in,. nr ,,- s; v .-•.-••.^^ >\ Pups. See Mrs. F'en-c-11 B.ikor, ,'ifj-) Ka<;t' """ Second street. Fisk, Tisk! "-•v By EDGAR MARTIN ALLE\ POP AMERICAN COMPOSER WORK OP THE GODDESS}-^ HERE OR. SOMEBODY' MINEKVA JJ^: GONNA err HURT; ^'VV-V^! f v* '•-. ..'-\^ «r* ^:-;\,V^ A One-Man Anti-Tank Battery By V. T. HAMLIN i V/ANTED--PL-r;-on to v:o as passfiiKcr ' to Sijrinirfiel'l. ?.Ti,., Trai!!--por!a:ion • cheap. Call 17-F-i:i. Lf-aviny Thur-.. 'lay. Hi-pi M. A. Jf. Washm^oa Gin Company is ginning ami v/rappin:.; up to ,":;." jjound Ivde.s S.'!..'v(t AM bale:-, over fili.j pounds, ad- 'iilional Ii: a ]-'"iind. Al.-'o .store your Seoil. A. ?',. Sin/lid v.-'ill liruil bale.-; into . Hope Cornp;-;::..; f, jr v; c ,, ;iclx A. N. , ...„.,, ,.^ > ... ; Strou.l, \Va>hiiH'tr.n, Ark. Sept S-lm • vii^*^^- ^g. J WASH TUBES 'J \SOU DOPES, OWE MOfife SMOVE) VOU ^KED AN'O WE'LL BE ,/ FOR IT; TilE VVAl,L!) V / HORIZONTAL 1 Man who composed song "Old Black Joe." 12 Ancient. 13 Kind o! theater. 14 Homeless child. . IS Genus of birds 17 To harass. 18 Shaft part. 13 To rot flax. 20 Tenants. 22 Every. 23 Heathen god. 25 Lacquer ingredient. 27 Outcries, 29 Genus of plant lice. 31 Hair dye, 32 Creed. :!3 Into. :;4 Greek letter. ;JG Measure. :•/,' Type rm;asure, 38 Con sum ;r. 39 Being. 41 International call for help. Atiswer to Previous Puzzle 11 Rivulet. 12 His life v/:is filled \viih. troubles. 15 He is now famous for his They'!! Show Them By ROY CRANE I for- /(!•?..,- •-,;: j ii'-ouih. Pliorie Pal. THBV DOU'T SUSPECT WHO WB ARE. I HAVE A Pl^W, VJWH.TWAT WiW GCT THEKA 1 1 HOtV\ CAPTURHD Bv R EAL HOLV '6WOKE! V — V * CU •" * [ HOW WE :<3injuAGET 43 Piece of needlework. 43 Beast of burden. 50 Public auto 52 Ship-worm. 53 Prophet. 54 Finch. *^ 55 LooV;. 56 Nickel, fabbr.) 57 Ancient v/t'ight. 5D This; coniposei v/on little honor or in his lifetime. 60 He wrote "My Old Home." VERTICAL 1 Shoe bottom. 2 Contact. 3 Epoch. 4 Large inns.. ii State of bliss. ij Spruce. 'I To melt. •A Sheaf. & One pi UK one. 10 Pain in the ear. 20 Revolves. 21 One who neglects duty. 24 Sand hills. 25 Dress protector. 23 Female fowl. .30 Fish. 35 Fit for plow-in;; 38 To arrogate. 40 Law coclo. 42 Instrument. 44 Cow's call. 45 Pair. 46 Smooth. 47 Ireland. 4'J To sag. 51 Halfpenny. 53 Sour plum. :A MisU-r. f)8 Affirmative' vote. fDA6EC«ET,0 RX-C^LLl-i-!':./. OUUV TO THE W.EVJ WHO 'Lr',7 1U H\PPA-HUtA. - 1 ''"' J.''-).,ia- ?;.-.v:r,. ;,..,,( IT..J,!;,(•!.,.lent ^ ,s,-rvi,-e. j'j,:,,-.- ;-.ni;"' r; ',(•' Allen. " :ir '' 28-If <:x ^4\ ir^f .0St^ *>< •^ivoi-'-.y'!--^ /*S&S £M^ ^- ., w=u.! /ccsve. WE ^in. • THIS 15 SOPTER/ VCD TO TW. KAUTV IG THAN CEH'-fAOl-iV '50 THAT I THOUGHT. \ VJIJ MAV 5EE T;V TVllWCi FOK i-OL -vr — - Want It Printed RPIIP s -J a i -.i >. .i ;! Q a "V We'll !i;ive a pfi;;iiiu: ex()';rt call O!) yu.i. ;i:n! ;.(in'il have mi n:r>- inii!iic..l. iii-.-.l. i|ii:i!.'ty joli. What- ev; 1 :' -.OKI iii-i •!-;, \\ i- i au M rve U*.--, ^ O-« M'""-I- J -. i• I.)?..'.;..'. S 5';.^. ; !iii/-iii:::>.'j fnpi'i'-'Ar'^ "ITiiii;-..-; Thai .-•,:..!..:-, an !:::l)l<--,i'.>, ' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 1 ' - ;'', M I Cause for Joy By MERRILL BLOSSER RED RYDER A Reign of Terror Stopped By FRED HARMAN AMI GO MEXICO Wf.ir.L ftt '.'."OUP ^ ^V^ •%^fT rn 5^ L'^^-ff /^:^.^ LI i.'-'-v-^^^j^ ,:.'.V;.A-^- ; 4...j$T S :! ' - :^' .i'VAi") '&ti ffvf^ .Vi^Mi^^^ ( 2 ^Mw • VIE.3EVJOIF OP" Vour i «

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