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PAGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, October G. 1930 Taken From "Iron Lung" to Give Birth Jx^6-Pound Baby "Life or Death Drama" Enacted In Chicago Hospital —Young Mother, 22, and Infant Girl Survive Operation CHICAGO suffering from A young wife, infantile paralysis. was moved from a life-preserving 'iron lung* Thursday long enough to give Wrth to a baby. Both the mother, Mrs. Gertrude Ep- steini 22, and the infant girl, who weighed approximately 6 % pounds, survived the unusual ordeal. Dr. A. I, Doktorsky, head resident of Mt. Sinai hospital and one of the six physicians who praticipated in the case, gave these details of the lifc- or-dcath drama. Mrs. Epstein was brought to the hospital Tuesday. She exhibited sym- toms of infantile paralysis She was moved to a special room ,and, when she complained of difficult breathing, she was placed in a huge, boiler-like respirator. As her confinement approched Thurs day morning, the physicians called upon the family of Fred Snite, Jr. for special equipment, Snite, world famed paraysis victim who has liv- in "iron lungs' for more than three and a half years, sent a small respirator which covers the torso, a resuscitator and a technician. Mrs. Epstein was removed from the big "iron lung" at 8:45 a. m. Because the small respirator did not fit. the patients' breating was maintained during the delivery by the manual manipulation of a rescue squad from (he fire department and by the resuscitator, a device which provides forcible Inhalation and exhalation through a tube and cuy which covers the mouth and nose. The child was born at 9:45 a. m. The mother was returned to the full-lngth "iron lung" at 10 a. m. Mrs. Epstein's condition was reported "poor" Thursday afternoon LION FOOTBALL BROADCAST 2:25 P.M. Saturday, October 7th UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS VS. Texas Christian University AT RADIO STATIONS KARK Little Rock KELD El Dorado . KFPW Fort Smith KBTM Jonesboro . 890 Kilocycles 1370 1210 1200 Sponsored By LION OIL REFINING COMPANY El Dorado, Arkansas .with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUR BOARDING HOUSE. MUSTARD GAS/ GANGWAY/ IT'S GONNA "RAIN BOLTS AND NUTS/ ATTER ME, GENTS/ SHUT INTERNAL 6PUTT SOMETHING \-AAVC-UAK AWRY FOR MEW UP KNOWS WMAT WE Y=>f T.E. Schooley, Is Buried Thursday Funeral Services For Hope Man Held at Family Residence Funeral services for Thlnniis Ernest Schooley, 54, were held at 3.30 p. m. Thursday from his honje on East Second street with the Ik-v. W. It. Hamilton. First Baptist Church pastor, officiating, with Ihe Hev. Kenneth Super, assisting. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery. Born in North Carolina, Mr. Schooley came to Arkansas at the age 14. He moved to Hope 15 years ago and founded the Hope Mallrcss Co. He had been ill since last May, his condition becoming serious September 2li. He died Tuesday, October 3, at 6:30 p. m. Surviving are his widow, two daughters, Miss Francis Schooley and Mrs. Allison Buckley of Hope; one son Shirley Schooley of Arkadelphia two sisters, Mrs. Jack Cox of Ennnel tint! Mrs. C. E. McCorklc of Souti Carolina; one brother, Jim Schoolej of Hope, and one granddaughter alsi of Hope. About Churchill... | RICHMOND, Va •••-'.Vi Something of! ,| |C .letorminalion ..f Winston num-h- 111. Britain's first so;. lord, is illustrated by »n incident IIPIC. Harry F. Byrcl, Jr., whoso fiithor wus governor of VirRini« »t tho lime <192Si. elate* the incident in »'»' Hani.son- >nrg News Record. Mr. Chun-lull VMS guest of tumor fit 'i dinnrr in tin- governor's mansion. Virginia hiiiu w.is Legal Notice but the youngster was in 'fairly good" condition. Dr. Morris Fishbein, editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association, stated that "to date only H cases of this complication (infantile paralysis} of pregnancy have been reported although there probably are a few more." He said the baby, before birth, "does not appear to contract the disease." There was no record of the use of a respirator in a maternity case. Sinking of British (Continued from Page One) Sharter No, 12533 Reserve District No. 3 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE First National Bank OF HOPE, IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AT THE'CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 2, 1939 Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, Under Section 5211, U. 'S. Revised Statutes British cable and wireless connections. A landing party acomplishcd the objective. But, before they could get back to the Emcien, she had been cornered by the Sydney, 1'i; times as big speedier, more heavily armed. After a 24-hour running fight, Von Muller drove the battered Emden on a reef. But Von Muller had nothing to be ashamed of. His little boat had sunk over 100.000 tons of shipping worth more than S20.000.000, Among other famous German raiders of the 1914-18 period were the Moewe. the Karlsruhe, the Wolf, the Prinz Eitel Fredirich, and the Kromp- rinz Wilhelm. The Moewe is credited with thp destruction of 38 merchant vessels. ASSETS Dollars Cts. Loans and discounts - _ 178,288.92 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 381,580.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ._ 165,970.19 Corporate stocks, including stock of Federal Reserve bank ' 3,750.00 | Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, ' and cash items in process of collection 586,761.01 I Furniture and fixtures ?1.00 , 1.00 Real estated owned 6,681.50 SAENGER STARTS SUNDAY THIS ABOVE ALL IS BETTE'S BEST! ,BnTl. . -4IKIAM DAVIS HtfMr TOTAL ASSETS 1,323,032.62 Dollars Cts. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ..„ 468,163.47 Thn'e deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 438,203.92 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 5,000.00 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 235,076.91 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.) TOTAL DEPOSITS 51,156,914.49 TOTAL LIABILITIES 10,470.19 1,156,914.49 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock, total par $100,000.00 100,000.00 Surplus 25,000.00 Undivided profits _ • 41,118.13 Bo.vun t . J.JM: any.** . tocijE r.w . Kin-led 1.) EDMUND COL'LDl.NU • s«... It., b, c.,. R-i'iinHn . Bvt* «, lA« Pulilirr Filit PI«, k; 2*t jUlal >n4 tb, h»fl b7 £d»h Tb*non . Mu.it W M>, hlrin.r * A Fir,i N,ll f lrlu( eiliM.mD BY MHtiHR BROi. rW, £ Dr. J. D. Johnson I'Aimounces the opening of offices'! •I First National Bank Building 'j I* Practice Limited to •], TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS r 166.118.13 vV.W Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,323,032.62 MEMORANDA Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value): United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, to secure deposits and other liabilities 262,000.00 TOTAL ....................................................................... • Secured liabilities: Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirements 262,000.00 TOTAL .............. _ .............................................................................. .............. 250,450.00 State of Arkansas, County of Hempstead, ss: I, Syd McMath, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that ll»e above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief: SYD McMATH, Cashier. October Savings On ESSES Tailored! Dressy! Smart f'iins'Copies LADIES Specialty Shop Star Dust By LEONARD ELLIS Coach Leo Dutch Meyer of Texas Christin Unifersity is one of few football coaches who is reported to be an optimist. Coach Meyer saw his Horned Frogs' winning streak of 14 games broken last week on the west coast by UCLA. After the game he reported his team gave the "best opening game performance a TCU eleven has turned in during my reign at the helm" Tris week, the Christians invade the University of Arkansas campus at Fayetteville, and are reported to be in top physical condition. The Razorbacks, who floundered in the mud against Mississippi State last Saturday at Memphis, are reported to be injury-riddled with more than half a dozen regulars nursing injuries. TCU is a big favorite—but there is a jinx in the Southwest Conference that keeps champions from repeating. That jinx may rise up to smack the Horned Frogs—but from this corner it looks hopeless for a Razorback victory, despite the jinx. The Arkansas-TCU game is the only Southwest Conference contest this week. The Texas Aggies take on Santa Clara at San Francisco; Texas University goes on a long trip to Madi.son, VViscon.sin—to meet Wisconsin; Rice plays at Houston, meeting Centenary; the Baylor Bears go to Stillwater, Okla., for a game with Oklahoma A. & M., and S. M. U. plays North Texas Teachers college at Dallas. ** + *)«. In the Arkansas High School conference race the status of Little Rock and BIythcvillc will be determined Friday night at Blythcville. Pine Bluff, the No. 1' team, is without a game because of a schedule mix-up. Allen Dunaway, Pine Bluff coacli, is taking advantage of the lull and i.s coming to Hope to see the Bobcats in action against Walnut Ridge. Apparently, Dunaway is more concerned at present with the Hope- Fine Bluff battle November 30—than with Little Rock on November 18. While in Hope, Coach and Mrs. Dunaway will be guests in the home of Coach and Mrs. Foy Hammons. X- 4 * * 4- Coach Hammons i.s not likely to show Dunaway "too much", however, Hammons is anxious to get an early lead and will send his team into the game with orders to score early— before replacing some of the regulars in the lineup. * *• * 4 + Joe Eason, big Bobcat right end, impresses us us an ideal football captain. He keeps in top physical condition and is one of the most polite and courteous leaders we have scon in a long time. He i.s always the first to give aid to a team mate—or foe, for that matter. During time-out on the field, the water bucket always goes around be- 1 fore Joe refreshes himself. It's these 10,572 Mazis Dead (Continued from Page One) the rule of "whnl you dot's see nsV for," said he would like some mustard. Harry sciunpercd to Ihe store and shortly afterward the dinner proceeded without further delay, Mr. Chuchill showing his liking fo Virginia h;mi~ with 'mustard. The Hmula.S'iin mountain ranuo low. CMS the MIIdice of the mid-lndiim iii-ean; tin- «ravit;\tional pull of the iimtintiuns (liltrs U|J the wider («•;,(• hcnia. The London government blamed a German submarine. The White House expressed in- crcdisity that the information cousd be correct with the statement: "we don't believe as a matter of fact that many people in the United States will believe that report is true or could be true." Stephen Early, presidential tary, .said that the White House did not wish to create any alarm over the situation. He said it was believed that no British, French or other ship would do .such a thing. Early's remarks, and the rcfcrenc to the sinking of the Athcnia, seemed to support the interpretation that Germany was telling this country that Britain or France intended to sink the Iroquois and credit the deed to a German submarine. The British liner Athcnia, carrying many Americans, was sunk the day England declare a state of war with Germany. England blamed a German U-boat. Germans hinted that the Athenia might have been sunk by the Reich's foes to arouse Americans as thy were by the torpedoing of the Lusitania during the -World war. rUBLISHEK'S STATEAIKNT Statement of Uio Ownership, Manage incut, Circulation, Etc., Kcqutrcd bj the Acts of Congress of August 'i\ 1912, mid March 3, 1«33. Of Hope 'Star, published daily except Sunday, at Hope, Arkansas, for October 1, 1939. State of Arkansas, County of Hempstead, SS. Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Alex. H. Washburn, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of the Hope Star and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a C'mon, have fun ... Enjoy Life with a bottle of JAX • When it's swing time—dance time — fun time— it's time for |»u.v, chcorful, goldm JAX! I lore's beer ;it its liveliest, nippiest best. Dry, tunity, Miiooth — mellowed slowly In ice-cold cellars- bottled when it's best for you to drink. C'mon, Enjoy Life! Drink JAX, regularly. r true statement of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date scrc " ' shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 11)12. as BARBS Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5 day of October, 1939 Genie Chamberlain, Notary Public. My Commission Expires Aug. 21, 1943 Correct Attest: Lloyd Spencer W. Kendall Lcmley E. P. Stewart Loans Furniture and Fixtures Beal Estate U. S. Government Bonds ... Bonds and Securities Cash and Sight Exchange ... RECAPITULATION RESOURCES Total Capital Stock Surplus Undivided Profits LIABILITIES Directors. .$ 178,288.92 , 1.00 1 6.681.50 .. 381,580.00 ; .. 169,720.19 j ... 586,761.01 [ . -$1.323,032.62 j 5 100,000.00 .. 25,000.00 .. 41,118.13 Deposits 1,156,914.49 ! OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS LLOYD SPENCER, President W. KENDALL LEMLEY, Vice-President SYD McMATH, Cashier BOY STEPH£NSON, Assistant Cashier $1,323,032.62 N. P. O'NEAL B. P. STEWART JAS. R. HENRY MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM |5,000.00 Maximum Insurance for Each Depositor Keep Your Home Warm with the Right Size Heaters Sec our Display of: Radiant mamaf Circulating $A25 Asbestos Back Balh Heaters A f •• Hope Hardware Company trails and foresightedness to make an ideal leader. that go Joe is seeing his first year at an end position and is doing a nice job. He formerly was a fullback. He was used in the backfield because in yes- ter-ycars there was a scarity of ball carriers. This season finds the Bobcats with their greatest team in history and Jon has been moved up to his favorite position, right end. He is a consistent player, hiird- fighler and above all worthy of the title as captain—an honor that came from his team mate.s * 4 * * 4 And now, for some sports desk cjuar. tcrbacking and probable scores. Hope 27, Walnut Ridge 0. Blytheville 7, Little Rock 0. El Dorado 28, Hot Springs 7. Fordycc 6, Smackover 0. Camden 13, Texarkana 6. Ben ton 18, Arkadclphia 0. North Little Rock 13, Forrest City 7. Japanese Losing (Continued From Page One) bands. That attack was slaved off. An air raid on Chungking, ChinaV temporary capital, was 'turned beak Thursday night by anti-aircraft batteries. The raiders dropped most o: their bombs on the city s outskirts apparently without serious duniuge. French soldiers send pigs scurrying across battlefields to set off mines, and, of course, they are blown to pieces. This, with the present high price of pork. Germans disguised a submarine as a fishing boat. Next they'll be trying to pass bombers off as homing pigeons. Passenger on a torpedoed liner rushed back into her stateroom to grab her checkbook before she would embark in a life boat. Nothing like have funds available in Mid-Rtlanlic. Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT 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 Part of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 19, all in Township 13 South, Range 23 West, in Heinpstencl County, Arkansas, hereinafter more particularly described NOTICE DEFENDANT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That there has been filed in my office as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, a petition by the above named plaintiffs, for the quieting of the title in them and the confirmation of the title of the plaintiffs to the following described lands situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: Southwest Quarter (SW'/i) of Section Twenty (20), West Half (W!i) of Southeast Quarter (SE'/V) 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: Begin at a point 3.10 chains South of the North- cast corner of the said 40 acres, run thence South 16.90 chains to the Southeast corner of said 40 acre tract, run thence West 1.24 chains to the center of the Shover Springs-Falcon road; run thence Northwesterly along the center of said road 18.79 chains, run thence due Ea.st 8.76 chains back to the \ point of beginning, being all thai part' of said 40 acres lying East of said road,! excepl 4 acres off of the North heretofore conveyed to J. M. Reecc. All of the above described lands being in Township Thirteen 03; South, Range Twenty-three »(23) West, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, and contain-; ing in the aggregate 248 1 /;: acres, more or less. All persons claiming said lands or any interest therein are hereby warned to appear in said court and show cause why said title to said lands should not be confirmed in the said L. M. Thomas and Mary H. Thomas. WITNESS: My hand as cleark of the Chancery Coint and Ihc seal thereof, 1 this 20th day of July, 1939. RALPH BAILEY Clerk of the Chancery Court ol Hempstead County, Arkansas. Scut. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and Oct. 6. amended by the Act of March 3, embodied in section 537, Poslal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses o! the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher Alex. H. Washburn, Hope. Arkansas. Editor Alex H. Washburn, Hope Arkansas. Managing Editor Leonard Ellis, Hope, Arkansas. Business manager, Alex. H. Washburn, Hope Arkansas. 2. That the owners are: Star Publishing Co., Inc., Hope, Arkansas. C. E. Palmer, Texarkana, Texas. Alex. H. Washburn, Hope, Arkansas, 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: C. E. Palmer, Texarkana, Texas. Alex. H, Washburn, Hope, Ark. 4. That the two paragraphs next sbove, giving the namw of the owners, stockholders, end security holders, contain not only «he list of stocknold- ers and security .lolders as they appear upon the books of the company but also, in case where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books- of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than tfiat of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has tny interest direct or indirect in the wsirl stock, bonds, or other securities than as ao stated by him. 5. That the average number oi copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six mujths preceding tho dale .shown itbove is 4,103. ALEX. H. WASHBURN. Sworn to and Mibscribed before me this 6th day of October, 19:)8. Paul H. Jones, Notary Public, My commission expires March 11, 1911. Charter No. 10J79 nc.st.-rve Di.-.tiict No. 8 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF HOPE, IN THE STATIC OF ARKANSAS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 2. tOM Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, Under Section 5211, U. 'S. Revised Statutes ASSETS Loans and discounts .. . Obligations of Stales and political subdivisions ... . . Corporate stocks, including stock ut Federal Reserve bank Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve, and cash items in process of collection Bank premises owned S15UOO, furnilurt.' and fixtures SI001) TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposits of United States Government (including postal .savings Deposits of State and political subdivisions . TOTAL DEPOSITS 51,205,020.3(1 TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common stock, total par 5125.000.00 ..... Surplus Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Dollars Ct.'i. 2'J4,li91.4S 600.. r >31.4ll 7,500.00 1B.OOO.OO 1.522,057.5j (ilO.OU.5r, • 122.0(1 11:;.706.50 125.000. (XI 125.000.00 G7.037.23 317.037.25 Stale of Arkansas, County of Hcmpslcad, ss: I, C. C. Spragins, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly sweat 1 (hut the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. , C. C. SPRAGINS, Cashier. Sworn to and .subscribed before mo : Correct—Attest: this 6th day of July, 1911!). ; R. M. LaOUONK W. P. AGEE, Notary Public. ' ALBERT GRAVES My Commission Expires Jan. 5, 1043. ', R. M. BH1ANT Dircckii;;. RECAPITULATION Loans anil Discounts Banking House and Fixtures Bonds. Stocks and Securities Cotton Acceptances Cash and Exchange i: s o u R c K s S :M'.Ui7!UMI TOTAL Capital Slock Surplus . . Undivided Profil.s Deposits TOTAL . I. I A H I I, I T 1 i; S Maximum Insurance f l)r |.;.,,.|, |)(.|, ( , s i( ( , r MKMUKR or rivDIlKAI, KK.SKKVK SVSTKM liOH.1131.40 l)l):t,334.G7 ^1,522,057.55 S I2.yooiu)ii . I25.IHIO.IX) . (17,0117.25 .. 1,2l)5,()20.:ill 51,522,057.55

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