Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 10, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 10, 1939
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Hope m Star ;• " S&* df'itep*, 189&; PNjss, t927. Consolidated January 18,1929 ,fa?*'-**"-*-*- -T - --•-'•--'-'•;••>----- i^rV....— .__JL Jt -^- • - - _ _ r ._..-.-„-_._! O Justice, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc! C. R Palmer and Alex. H. Washburn, nt the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut str«*t, Ho£e, Ark. «i.H ''I -ir'i •;-; a— !-•••,.,. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASttBUfcN, Editor nnd Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Prssss. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Subscription)Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per Week iSc; per irlmth SSc; one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller »\nd LaFayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. StcrikW of Tk. > Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use tV republication of all news dispatches credited to it or Sot otherwise crediteckin this paper and also the local news published herein. Charges on tributes. Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers'Hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers frail a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. W01 'Peace Zone' Be as Effective as 'War Zone'? The New World has launched an interesting experiment which is without direct and exact precedent. It will determine whether a group of neutral countries can mark out a sea zone adjacent to them into which countries at war can be prevented frorn carrying their war. « Because this zone has has been extended several hundred miles instead of to the three-mile limit which has been the customary limit of territorial waters, there has been a wild scrambling to books on international law. The odd part of this is that much of the scrambling has been done by those who were the first to throw international law and precedent overboard" in one bundle as soon as the World war began in 1194. To leave hair-splitting to the barbers, it boils down to this: European countries m all their recent and most of their past wars, have calmly set es.de wtole shoes of the ocean pathways adjacent to their countries as war zones. They have said: neutrals who enter these zones enter at their peril and under conditions which we will prescribe. "The freedom of the seas" got short shrift .in any waters designated as war zones. Now when the American nations, all 21 of them, decide to restrict freedom ' exclude thelr trade . • u r eneral battleground which Europe believes the seas of the world -hould be there is a great deal of criticism, and a great deal of thumbing through text books on parliamentar law. "«uu B n iexi parliamentary law. ' " ati0nS have been infornlec! of decision of the American , e mercan We do not yet know how the policy will work. If all the warring ° M ™ ° f * e Americas in the ma "<* he.-e wou be no trouble at all. The danger is that all will not. or that one may try to take advantage of the other's acceptance of the new limitation^ y " raa ' £°^ , P 5 6n ' a British cruiser should be ^ing n German submarine which ducked inside these new limits and then claimed asylum" What would happen rf a German commerce-raider secretly got supplies "side K n±£ \^f ' ^t^f ""^ fr ° m time to «™» to raid F enfh com- Pine Bluff Meets Grizzles Tuesday Fort Smith f-fas Heavy Squad With Three Do-' cisive Victories PINE BLUFF—Fort Smith High School's heavy football squad wilh 11 record of three decisive wins over Arkansas jniul Oklahoma teams, will pluy Pine Bluff here Tuesday night. Conch Allen Dunawny will send a Zebra team averaging approximately 164 pounds into the field against n Fort Smith team whose 'lightest man weighs exactly that amount. Dunawny said the Zebras are in good "physical" condition, but still seem to be sufferiifg fio'm a lei- down following their victory over Blytheville September 29. "The phy- chological condition of the team is poor," Dunaway snid. "They just be- ganito round into shape Monday afternoon and will haVe to improve considerably overnight before they can be considered ready for Fort Smith." Porky Avis, 213-pound tackle and Timmie Prine, backfieltler, are the only two members of the Pine Bluff team who were unable to practice to-j FOR SAI.K,-Good iwct Underwood day. Davis has been out cause of an ankle j? Tuesday, October 10,1.93J IED • "Ths More ¥oti fell the Quicker You Sell" • *• You Can Talk to Only One Man 0 Want Ads Talk to Thousand* SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads'cash in advance Not taken over the Phon* One timo— :>.- word, minimum 30c Three times—3%c word, minimum Me Six times—<;c word, minimum 90c One month—l,8c word, minimum 12.70 __ Kates, ac* for continuous insertions onljr. \: For Sale FOR SAI.K- -My modern six room stucco country lu.'nio. Well . r >40 ft. deep, yoim^ Lirciinrd hrannj;. barn an<l all other out buildini;s. SO acres. HUM proof (ence. SprinR-s and lake. Chas. Hanson. l()-5tp FOR SAl.K—Minnnws at, t'Glh and Sprint! Hill Road. A. R. Ncwberry. G-:HP FOR SA1.K •— Registered Poland China pi<;.s. J. R. Ellen at Hope Ifard- i ware. 7-.'H Wanted WANTED—New or renewal subscription for any mnga/.ine. See Chas. Keynerson at City Hall. 7-fitc NOTICE NOttCE—I have tnken up ri two- year-old ffi'nde Jersey htfifer. A. W. Biorseth. 9-3tp "My wife had a frightful experience in thnt plastic smrKcoit'g office yostcr- day?" "My. my, whnt happened 1 ?" "She fell asleep and someone lifted her seal." The making of furniture artistic craft began in Italy. ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER Questions on Pngr One 1. Hitler followed his troops into Poland a few days after the war began. 2. Mussolini remained silent early in the war, while his press advised Britain and France to seek peace. :i. Duke of Windsor returned to KtiKhml Sept. 12. •I. CliaTnberlain flow to Paris Sept. 12. A 'motorist was compelled, breakdown in his cnr tir spfifj riight In a mountain village, enting nt the local Inn, he ongng proprietor Iri conversation which lie inquiriHl whal chancd)» was for enlerlninmont in tin? vljj "Wnnl," the villager replied,^ motion picture show closed clow! year, and the billard hall is clos the summer. But (bore's; a home from college down at store." Americans consume a great! more fruit than do Eiii;li:;limetl|| OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAM! Service* Offered FOR 51.(H) This week only Shipley Studio will make 1 8x10 or llxJ4 for $I.IHI. Come early. You must be pleased is our motto. 9-3tc SERVICES OFKErlED-See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for new and re-built. Phone Paul I Cnhh C58-.T Sept. 2(1.1M. injury. week bc- Prine injured his knee in scrimmage 'Saturday. The fact that the game is the first Tuesday night tiffair in Arkansas in recent years is expected to contribute to a large attendance. Athletic officials expect 8,500. tyjM'Wiitor. Standard si/.e. Roberts, Hillard 1 !: Cafe. Wanda 9-3t FOH HAI.,K-~3fi Chevrolet. Tndor- pc'i-fcL-t cmiililion—now tiros. A liiir- !,':iin. See Poto Shields. Call 870.1 you "Edith," he whispered, "wil marry me?" "I don't know, Tom," she replied coyly. "Well, when you find out," he said rising, "send me word will you? I shall be at Eva Gordon's until ten o'clock. If I don't hear from you by then I'm going to ask her. yis^sss ^irS^Sf SS^rF^- respect that united wish remains to be s seen. THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. MC& V. «. Off »^J>»- MDRBIS FBHBEDJ of the Ameriah MedJeal A.«M«te<)M. ..« rf Hygeia, the Health ^ Vaccines Protect SchooTcWklren From Variety of Contagious Diseases Children returning to school face the ever-present danger of contagious direase. To guard against these, doctors recommend the following forms of prevention: Inoculation of the child against whooping cough during the period of 3 to 6 months of age. Inoculation against diphtheria at again at G year.s if and 8 months, necessary. Vaccination for smallpox when the child reaches 1 year, and again when it enters school. A tuberculin test to determine if 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, Arlsansas Phone 245 Reliable Phone Order Filling the child requires control of tuberculosis at three to five year intervals, beginning with 3 yem-s of age. In the inoculation against whooping, cough, the child is injected with a vaccine made of the dead bodies of germs known to be the cause of this disease. Several different preparations of this vacine are now available and are recognized by the National Institute of Health. After the child is 10 year? old it is customary to use a Schick test to determine whether or not it is susceptible to disptheria. H so, it can be given two further doses of anti-diphtheria toxiod. This Found KOUND-Man';; vest, blue with white stripes. Apply HopL- Star office. 7-Dtdli For Rent FOR •RENT-.-Wheol chair. Reynorsim nt Citv Hall. SOP Chas. 7-!Uc Lost .LOST— Ten dollar bill, ;it Center- villo church !'lh of October. Return to W. A. Austin. Centcrvillo. Reward. lO-.ftp nifallihle in against the pro- dis- method is almost ducing protection ease. For the tuberclin test, the skin is cleaned with alchol and dried. A small amount of tuberculin is introduced into the skin by the same tedinic that is' used for smallpox vaccination. A few days later the 'doctor examines the spot to determine if there is ! a reaction, indicated by a small, swollen, reddened area at the point where the injection was made'. The child should have an X-ray of the chest to determine whether or not there are any signs of pulmonary tuberculosis. Such examinations are now routine for school children in several states. In times of epidemic, when measles and scarlet fever are especially prc- valent in the community, it is possible to study tlie child's .susceptibility to. scarlet fever. Preparations may be LOST—Goodrich Silvertown Heavy Duty, wheel and tire. G ply. 15 inch rim'. Nci. (lOlIjIMfw. $5.00 reward. A. Q. Smith, Hussion Rt. 2. Box !V,i. 7-IUp Our plant is ngiiln o|ion for Men! Cui-'mf! and your patronage will be np- pri-riated. Homo Ice Company, East 3rd Streei. Phone 44. O2-lmo Radio Repair Guaranteed Radio Repair Service and replaceVncnt parts. Tubes tested. Radio Service, Phono 80C. Ray Allen Male Help Wanted STEADY WORK-GOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED-Call on farmers. No experience or capital required. Make up to S12 a day. Write McNE-SS CO., Dept. S.. Freeport, Illinois. 10-lt Good Wntkins route open now in Hope for the right parly; no car or experience necessary; a chance to make some real money. Write THE J. R. WATKINS CO., 70-90 W. Iowa Avo.. Memphis, Tenn. 10-lt GET THE CAR OUT AMD FOLLOW THOSE TWO-- THERE'S SOMETIjllNCj FISHV ABOUT THAT KlC? WHO CALLED FOR YOUR. BROTHER. / I KMOW FIVE - -AMD-TEN-CEMT- STORE. SPECTACLES WHEM I SEfeTHEM, AMD THAT SUNDAY SCHOOL PAPER STUCK IN HIS POCKET WAS ALMOST NOT IM IT-- AMD THAT BOW TIE LOOKED LIKE ANJ OVERCOAT BELT—GIVE ME THE RA.PER.- WHAT FIGHT OR WRESTLIMG MATCH IS OM TOWI&HT ? '— =- —'—-». 'f^yf-f:'"''-- —-*-™~KBC'iit I m^0^l .li- mfmy&y^ •'yYj^^'i t'>{''±' ^*~Wf)^%2^--\^ 7&&$ ';"^=~«L-.^ £'.:• i^Mil^ifefes^v^ii T. M. REG. U. S. PAT, OFF. COPH. 1»39 BY NCA GEHVICT, INC. WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY IO-ID BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Hmmm-— ! By EDGAR MARTINI! injected for prelection common diseases. against such j I Dr. J. D. Johnson "Announces the opening of offices". I First National Bank Building l( • Practice Limited to '*, I Eye, Ear Nose and • Throat. FALL SPORT HORIZONTAL 1 Ball used in popular fall sport. 8 The ball is , carried or thrown, 13 By way of, J4 To wake from sleep. 18 To employ. 17 To relate. 18 Chasm. 19 Immediately. 20 To assault. 22 Boggy land 23 Ringlet. 24 Possesses. 26 Born. 28'Sanctuary. 32 Indentation. 33 One who fells trees. 34 Grain. 35 Dreamy.' Answer to Previous Puzzle 44 Dyeing cistern. « 48 Summons. 51 Not any. 52 Not widespread. 54 Each team protects its own line. 59 Very small. 60 Profound. Whether your doctor phones in a prescription, or you phone an order for drug supplies— we'll lilt it promptly and satisfactorily Two graduate druggists on duty. SEE YOUR DOCTOR When prescriptions are needed call . • t • WARD & SON The Leading "We've Got It" PHONfc 62 Motorcycle Delivery 37 Upon. ' 55 Blue grass. 38 Craft. 56 Entrances. 39 Type of snow 57 Norse shoe. mythology. 40 Aquatic 58 Unable to mammal. hear. 11 God of lova. 12 Lairs. 15 Verse form. 17 Scoring play in this sport. 21 Warm springs 23 Pertaining to tetanus. 25 Indian mulberry. 27 Printer's term 29 Pronoun. 30 Reverence. 31 Tiny vegetable. 32 Split pea. 34 To defeat by votes. 3G French. 37 All right. 39 To discolor. 41 To expect, 42 Wild ox. 43 Plant part. 45 Land measure 47 Grew old. 48 Mineral ledge VERTICAL 2 Kiln. 3 Lubricants. 4 Anecdote. 5 Part of a curved line. 6 Loiters. 7 Crescent- shaped figure. 49 To bail 8 Insight. 50 To hit. 9 To scorch. 52 Upright shaft 10 Cows. 53 To deposit. f 6V\OO\_O St ^VOKMb AKiV CKANE\i IF ALLEY OOP IS IN TROV, HE MUST BE SOMEWHERE UP HERE IM THE PALACE--OH,OH.' A. GUARP' WHEW/ THAT TROJAN WILL NEVER KMOW JUST .WHAT A CLOSE CALL HE All Aboard WASH TUBES V. T. HAMLIN OH, I TJUUMO. VJE SOT THE BEAUTV -SECRET, AWD TV\A.T'-=. WHAT WE / AFTER — WELL, VV'i WOT OUC FAULT THAT THE EUWWUG S WA-S BLOWM AWAV L : V AW tk'UPTiaU. AMU At: PA.V IT WAV BE ERUPT Ft) BACK \N9U,d)EUTLESAEM, ARE VOU WE SAIL BUT IT'S MO WITHOUT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Squelched By MERRILL BLOSSER WHY DONT You ASK HER To DANCE ? THEN COME BACK AND GET "TOUR M/ND ON YOUR. WORK / MAY HAVE DAKJCG- ? I'M SUPPOSED TO BE, BUT YOUP. FATMGR, SAID IT OKAY IF I DANCED NOW AMD THEN I TJ-/EW You CAM DANCE WITi-l MY FATHER..' X DONT Go FOR BLOND MALES / AREN'T YOU SUPPOSED "10 BE LEADING 114^ ORCHESTRA 7 COPH. 19M UV NtA SERVICE. IKC. T. M- RrC. U. ^. t'AT. Off RED RYDER By FRED HARMAN CLOSER —»t COME IW HERE.' ME - rAE 6O "DOWN AM"D VJERENMOUF

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