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: PAGE TWO HOPE STAfc, HOPE, ARKANSAS Star Star of Hop*, UW| Prw, im. CoMDlkUM nnuary lit Ml O Jvttict, DtKver Thy Herald From Falae Report! Published every week-day afternoon By Star Publishing Co., lae. C. 2. Palmer & Alex. H. Washburn, at The Star building, 112-214 Smitt •f alnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX H. WASHBURN, Editor and IMbtMier (AP) —Means Associated Press! (NBA)—Meens Newspaper Enctercrlae Ass^a. Sutnerlptlon'Rate (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per WMk O; per month Re; one year |6.50. By mail, in Hempetead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and LaFay»tte counties. 13.50 per year; elsewhere |f.$0. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated rress is exclusively entitled 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^ Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made tor an tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commeroial newspapers hold to this policy \n the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge pf spnce-taking memorials. The Star disclaims .responsibility or •*• •rfe-keeping or return of any unsellcited manuscripts. 'Reconstruction and Germanization' Already, while the guns still thunder at Warsaw and the people of that once-beautiful capital are still dying on their doorsteps, the civil occupation of the rest of German-conquered Poland is under way, Already the plans by which Germany is trying to Germanize the Czechs are being placed in effect in what was the Polish Corridor. Apparently the plans are being pushed even more ruthlessly, for there is in conquered Poland not even a pretext of setting up a "protectorate," as was done in Czechoslovakia. German Poland is simply conquered territory, and apparently it is being dealt with as such. Labor 'Service 'men, Nazi party leaders, and a host of civilians have been moved in to take over the property of the conquered Poles. German signs immediately replaced Polish, school children must immediately begin learning the strange foreign language in their schools—all this feverish activity under a-slogan of <r Reconstruction and Germanization." The intention evidently is to wipe Poland off the map not only as an independent country, but as a national people, and to do it within one gen- er^tion, even faster than Bismarck was able to achieve it in East Prussia. ; Thus the German minority which Hitler claimed was so oppressed by the Poles is able to turn and oppress its oppressors. Proof that such GeiYn'ans belonged to Nazi organizations before the conquest is now the road to profits and position. And •.with this establishment of a "Poland Irredenta," the whole long, ghastly business begins ail over again. Hitler himself is devoted to the idea that "A German is always a German," that racial blood is'the fountain of all life. Yet it does not seem to have occurred to him, in spite of the repeated demonstrations of history, that a Pole might also be always a Pole. Neither Russia, nor Austria, nor Germany has in the past been able to "Germanize" them. I But today's techniques of propaganda are better, and the ways of digging at the roots of men's minds are better understood than they were a century ago. Perhaps it will prove literally possible to absorb peoples' 'minds and souls as well as their lands and their properly. That is a battle that is going on behind the fighting lines in China, in Czechoslovakia, in Poland. Its results will be no less interesting and perhaps even more important than the war of the guns. THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. HCO. u. S. PAT. OT9 By OR. MORRIS FISHBEXN Ullor, Journal of the American Medical AsMdaMM. u* •! Hygela, the Health Mifazta* Chest.Goiters Hamper Breathing-; Removal Requires Delicate Surgery Goiter, the enlargement of the try- roid'gland, occurs in two forms. The one, high in the throat, is easily removed; the other, deeper in the chest, i^ dangerous and difficult to take out. The thyroid gland lies in the front (j. the neck. Two large lobes of the gland lie on each side of the windpipe. A small portion of tissue, called the isthmus, lies across the windpipe connecting the two lobes. An ordinary goiter is easy to reach during surgical operation and can be removed without considerable difficulty to the modern surgeon. There are certain forms of goiter, however, which are so low in the neck that they eventually drop down and grow behind the breast bone or sternum'. This type is called intrathoracic goiter, because it is actually within the chest. • The danger from such a goiter results not only from the pressure on the windpipe, which causes that organ to be curved or narrowed, but also from the manner in which the goiter presses on the veins in the neck, preventing the return of the blood from the head and nack to the heart and the circulation. Because of these dangers, persons with large goiters growing deep in the neck and chest have interference with breathing, particularly when there is exertion and an unusual demand for! air. The voice is likely to be high and soprano-like and the breathing noisy and whistling. Pressure on the veins results in swelling of the vessels and the accumulation of fluid. Such a goiter could develop excessive activity of its tissues. The symptoms already mentioned may be associated with overaction of the thyroid, including rapid heart anil loss of weight. The removal of such thyroid enlarge- i ment with the gland deep down in the I neck or chest dcvnands extraordinary surgery. Before undertaking such an opera- lion, the surgeon makes X-ray pictures to determine the extent of the tissue that is to be removed. He has to control completely the blood vessels that pass into the goiter and away from it. He must free the goiter from the surrounding tissue without damaging any of the important structures such as the Fi'idny, geptombov £0, 1000 • "Ths More you Tell the Quicker You Sell" • " You Can Talk to Only One Man 0 Want Ads Talk to Thousand* SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want A.ds cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One time—2j word, minimum 30o Three times—3V4c word, minimum M* Kix times—tic word, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum |2.7» Rates a.-e for continuous insertions only. Service* Offered SERVICES OFKERED-Soe Hemp- nerves, blood vessels, or organs which stead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, lie in the vicinity. j f,, r , lew anil re-built. Phone Puul August 20-lm For Sale FOR SALE—10 head pure bred non- registered Hereford Cows, o to fi The surgeon must arrange to take I Cobb 058-.!. care of the tissues after the enlarge-' ment of the thyroid gland is removed so that they will fill j n rapidly, and — there will be no secondary infect! or complication. With proper care and surgery, the' yeal ' s °' J ' wi " 1 calves OI " '" calve '--••'•• ' soon. Calves by registered bull. Price S85.00 around. A. W. 'iiorseth, R :!, Box 144, Hope, Ark. 22-.')tp FOR SALE—7G acre,, two mite.s from Hope, on highway. 51) acres in cullia- vation and pasture. 5 room house. Gcuxl White community. Bargain price. C. S. LowlliCj-p. 72:; S. Elm. Phone 23S vast 'majority of patients who require this operative procedure recover and arc able to live n normal hcaltl islence. :ny cx- Lost t,OST--Pol Parrot, if seen Liberal reward. Salesman Wanted MAN WANTED for Rawrtigh Route of 800 families. Write today. Rnw- leigh's, Dept. AKM18-SA, Memphis, Term. 26-3tp MIND YOUR MANNERS r. M. u. •. PAT. erf. call 556. 20-3tp Radio Repair Guaranteed Radio Repair Service iintl replacement parts. Tubes tested. R;ulio Service, Phone 806. Ray Allen. 28lf ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER Problems on Page One The least common multiple of 3. 4. 5. and 6 is GO. It would be just an hour before the riders would all be together again, and at the starting place. The first would have ridden 20 times a- around the track in 3 minutes, the times, the third 12 times ana the fourth 10 times. FOR SALE-193G Chevrolet Uiclor I with trunk, with original puint. New Apply 217 N. 27-:Hp FOR SALE—A real harn;«.m in~1335 Ford Coupe. Good Condition. Claude Stuart. 27-3lc I tiros, battery and brakes. I Ei'.'.T or Phone S70-J. Aconcagua, an extinct volcano in the Andes mountains, is the highest volcanic peak in the western hemisphere. It has an altitude of 22834 feet. FOR SALE—$125.00 Corn Machine SfiO.OO Brianl's Drus; Store. Electric Pop Easy terms. 27-6tc FOIl SALE-Dogs 5c each, no bull, bird or terrier—but famous hot dogs made by Hi-Way Inn, next to Tol-E-Tex Station. "24 hour service." 28-3tp FOR SALE—To those that would buy, for investment. Close in residence and business property. SEE TYLER F-hone 28J5 118 So. Main St. 29-3tp Washington Gin Company Is ginning and wrapping up to 525 pound bales S.1.50 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 Rent FOR RENT: Five room house. Also three room apartment, unfurnished in Magnolia addition. Phone 38-F-V1 Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 23-Glc. FOR SALE OR KENT—0 room house, screened front porch. 820 South Elm, Telophone 464W. 25-3lp FOR RENT—My farm to a small family. Mrs. J, B. Beckworth. Shovel- Springs. 20-3tp FOR RENT—Front bed rooW. 108 West Avenue D. Phone 021 or 747. 29-3lc Room and Board ROOM and BOARD—One extra largo room over garage, large closet, half bath. Furnished or unfurnished, available two men. Mrs. S. R. Young, 403 W. Division. Phone 71. 2-93tp Test your knowledge or correct social usage by answering the fol- lofving questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Is it all right to ask a member of the bride's family what silver pattern she has -selected? 2. Should a wedding gift be .something which both the bride and groom can use or enjoy? 3. Is it nil right for parents to give a son or daughter a check for their wedding present? 4. n telling friends what relatives gave, should a bride mention the size of a check? 5. Is it better for a friend to give a gift than a cheek? What would you do if— A young couple to whose wedding you have been invited have few material possessions and very little money. You are wondering what .sort of present to buy for them. Would you— la) Find out what they need, and give them something they would have to buy. were it not given to them? (b) Give them something they don't really need—on the theory that a gift shouldn't be practical? Answers 1. Yes. 2. Yes. 3. Yes. 4. No. But she can say, "Uncle Oscar yave u.s a check" 5. Yes. Best "What Would You Do solution — (a). On (he Gridiron About 4000 tons of mud picked up by London's coaches. a year are buses and Some species of wrasse fish lie on their .sides at night, and sleep. flat Not .Measured In Terms of MONEY The trust you place in us in filling persci-iptions has no dollar and cents value. It is something priceless, which we endeavor to earn at all times. This is an appropriate time to again pledge that only quality ingredients, compounded by experienced pharmacists, shall ever go into a prescription filled here! SEE YOUR DOCTOR When prescriptions are needed call .... GLOBE'S CLIMATIC CIRCLES, HORIZONTAL 1 Climate circle nea* N. Pole, Circle. 7 Circle bounding the N. temperate zone, Tropic of . 11 Forrn of be. 12 To embarass. 15 Ancient. 1C Chill. 17!{arein. 18 Secular. 20 Cuddled. 22 Spanish princess. 24 Goddess of dawn. 25 Form of "a." 26 Verifies. 29 Mother. 32 Uncooked. 3,'J And. ;iij Silkworm. 20 Musical character. 33 Ketch. 30 Cylindrical. 41 Carved gem. 42 To yield. Answer to Previous Puzzle 44 Destiny. 45 Cone. 48 Stream. 50 Mandarin's home. 53 Mark of a blow. 54 Wayside hotel. 55 Conceited precisian. 5C Gratifies. 57 Circle at the earth's middle. VERTICAL 2 Frenzy. 3 The shank. 4 To seesaw. 5 Crates. C Remote. 7 Point of jaw. 8 Genus of herbs. 9 Tribal group. 10 To redact. 13 Sleeper's couch. H Monkey. 16 Southernmost circle, Circle. 19 Circle bounding S. temperate zone, Tropic of ——. 2i Not to win. 23 Celebrity. 27 Valley. 28 Decorative pitcher. 30 Baseball nine. 31 Great take. 34 Bound. 37 Plant starch. 38 Maple seed. 40 Examinations 41 Aquatic rodent. 43 Goddess of discord. 44 Finished. 40 Night bird. 47 Born. 49 Into. 51 Mitten. 52 Self. Tlie Leading "We've Got It" PHONE, 62 Motorcycle Delivery BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES i.V- Y Y TWiMw! ? ,-• &tt-i'£Qr-. Hlythcvlllc Bendy BLYTHEVILLK — Blythevillc High School's Chicks and the Pino Bluff Zebras, rivals for conference foot- l;iill honors, clnsh hero Friday night. Llylhoville hopes to average a 7-lo-fi defeat by the Zebras lust year. The Chicks went through a final workout under Conches Joe Dildy and Mitchell Rest. Dildy planned to start the fame line that has functioned well in the early games. Hugh ("Tex") Harbert was being considered as a starter at left halfback instead of Monk Mosley. There was also the possibility that Harbeirt and Mosley might start at the halves. Sonny Lloyd at fullback, and Ford, regular fullback would be held in reserve. Xchrns Drill at Purest City FOREST CITY - Tho Pino Bluff High School Zcbra.s slopped at Forrest City Thursday and under Ihc direction of Coach Allan Dunaway worked out nt Smith Field. A large delegation from Forrest City is expected to attend the Zebra-Chick game at Blytheville Fridny night. •luiicslinro llcatcn JONESBOHO - Hot Springs High School Trojans showed strength in turning back the Jonesboro Golden Hurricane. 18 tu 0 here Thursday night. The Hurricane was pounded from stall to finish by Jay Rowland and the heavy Hot Springs line. The Hurricane line held the Trojans to oven terms in the first half, except when Loyd Holland ran 30 yard lor the first touchdown in the opening quarter. Both teams made eight first downs in the first half. Rowland smashed the Jonesboro line icpcatedly. lie gained 102 yards and los,t four. The Trojans threatened as soon as they gained the ball but were slopped on the two-yard line. Taking a punt a few minutes later, Holland raced 30 yards without being touched after reversing the field behind flawless blocking. Jonesbr,ro retaliated by marching to the Trojan one-yard line. On the first play Woody Durham circled right end but fumbled, and the Trojans recovered. The second period was fought in mid-field. A pass interception by Billy Elliot on the Jonoiihi.ro 20 led to Hot Springs M'Cdnd touchdown. A past; ;,ncl lateral put tin 1 hall on Ihc 10 and Rowland made Hie remaining yardage in threi; plunges. Shortly afterward Blackio O'Dell in- Irrcrplod annlhor llurricani 1 pass on .Tone.sboro 10. By the time the third period 1'iuli'd. lint .Springs had reached the Joneshoro one and Rowland won! over on the first play in the final quarter. Hot Springs' beefy line smothererd the fleet Jonesburo backs before they could get skirted. Two Jonesboro punts, were blocked, and four passes wore intercepted. The Trojans nearly scored in the middle of the third quarter. Rowland and Klliotl alternated in taking the bull to the Jonesboro four, but three plunges by Rowland and a run by Holland failed and J'incshorn took the ball on the Ihrer-yard line. Miss Carolyn Spears was crowned football queen at lhf half by Capt. Polly Black. Polish gt.vcTiiment officials .will know bow toothpaste for!;; should thu.v every try to .squc.'ivo back in from Rumania now tint the Soviets are pu.thinK in on one side and the Na/.i.< on the other. A wi.man reporter at the front says she was almost overcome by the smell of gun power. Some glamourous women's face powder and pi'i-ftmies are know to have the same ufl'ect on men. lu'c.-illim; the length of an average congressional debate, we conclude this war will bo a matter of history before the cmbaruo repeal eve gets to a vole. German U-boats are sinking British freighters so rapidy these days you can almost see (ho siioreline rising if you look closely. Weathermen say the booming of gun in Europe will make it easier to forecast over here. It's nice to know someone br'.ide the profiteers is getting some Hood oul of this war. When a frost is heavy r-nough to blacken growing vegetal iem. it is called a 'black frost.''' No Lady of Leisure By EDGAR MARTIN ALLE. 1OP "rM. PEG. If. S. P,»T. Off. Curiosity Killed the Cat, Oop 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 Round SWEET GUM Blocks. For prices and specifications Apply to: Hope Heading Co. Hope, Arkansas Phone 245 By V. T. HAMLIN BUT, DOC,I TELL ) / &£ QUIET ) J-L LISTEN, OOP... REGARPLESS OF VUH I HEARD A \, CANT YOU?/eu-MYOUR SUSPICIONS, THESE , AN' IT CAME } COME, /I TELL \TROJANS HAVE THEIR OWN PROM RIGHT INSIDE \ LETS GETU/OU I VPEAS...ANP IF YOl^i NO >,jHAT WOODEN HORSE! /...AWAY V^ "'J REGARPFOR VOUR^OWN [ .* \t 1_J i r~^ i~ n i r" A *~ i— ^ s~\ * \ /~ i i-«i r~ r- ANJVWAV, THE HISTORY OF TH.E^J- WOODEN HORSE HA.T-REEN /' WEIL.' WRITTEN FOR CENTUi<lt^ / ALL RIGHT' AND YOU'VE NO R.ISHT TO ( BUT' BARGE IN AND GUM IT UP.' J $$!& —VT~" /...T STILL SAY WE OUGHT A PULL A BOARD OFF'M THAT V THING AN' SEE WHAT'? INSIDE IT/ Again Today We present New Shur-TiteBags and Schaffer-Belts to match LADIES Specialty Shop Special on FLOORFURNACES EASY FHA TERMS HARRY W. SHIVER PLUMBING PHONE Dr. J. D. Johnson Announces the opening of offices^ First National Bank Building Practice Limited to Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. FROM HERE! HIDE, PLEASE CONSIDER MIME? WASH TUBES Easy Carries Double By ROY CRANE I -T CAM'T RUN ,-.:•!' CARRV THIS F&LLA, TOO WE CAN'T LEAVE 'IM ON A VOLCANO TO DIE. FOR, VOUR LAVA'S 8URN1M COPR. syaym* SERVICE. INCT.M. BEG. u. s. PAT. OFF FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Plenty of Advice By MERRILL BLOSSER MY G'RL HEAPO ABOUT ME TALKING TO YOU AND MOW SHE'S NOT SPEAKING TO ME ,' WHAT'LL- J. DO ? IF SHE UKES YOU, SHE'U- TAKE STEPS TO BRING ABOUT A RBCONCIUIATlOrd ' SHE WONT POUT UDNG / SOUNDS RIC5HT .' WORK TBS, BUT DON'T EVEp. TRY IT ON ME ! i HAVE AN ANTIDOTE- FOR. EVERY ONE OH MY OWN PRESCRIPTIONS ' LOGICAL, THINK NO ! TRAT WOULD GIVE HErfS. AN ADVANTAGE AND WOMEN LIKE 7 THE UPPER HAND .' SHE'D JUST BE STAND- LET HER. SIMMER. AWHILE / SHOULDN'T MAKE THE FIRST MOVE ? RED RYDER Red's Challenge JWMBBBW1 V-'HY YOU MfKKE tilG Flfie— By FRED HARMAN 6£A£>T SHOVJS up" JOINT VGE.T HERE AN 1 WANT -To HELP YOU / , AIN'T 6KEEREDOF VOEREVJOLNES OR. EL<5E/

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