Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 11, 1939
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TWO Hope Star of Hope, 1899; Press, 1927. Consolidated January 18, 1929 0 Justice, Deliver Thy He.rnld From False Report:' Published every week-day nfternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E. Palmer and Alex. H. Washburn. at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c: per month 6Sc; one year S6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard. Miller and LaFayette counties. $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press 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 all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold io this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from 1 a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Paderewski, One of the World's Most Tragic Figures With so much collective grief and misery pervading Europe, it seems almost shameful sometimes to single out individuals. But now and then a figure looms up out of the ruck of general misery to become a figure of real tragedy. Such a one is Ignace Jan Paderewski, the great Polish artist-statesmnn It would be difficult to imagine a fuller life. He not only reached the pinnacle of artistic achievement as pianist and composer, but stayed there throughout a long life. Devoted to his country, he served it at a time when opportunity seemed to beckon. In the formation of an independent Polish state after the World war, Paderewski took a leading part, and he continued to .serve it in its lounative years. But as 10 years passed, and 15. and the Polish state grew stronger it /hanged. The time came when Paderewski was no longer in agreement with the pohcies of the government he had served as premier. He retired into a felt-imposed exile in Switzerland. Just a little more than two years ago. from this retirement, he sent to Roland a manifesto. It was suppressed, and a Warsaw paper which printed . • was se.«d : Nevertheless it was circulated by secret means. It reveated W, «ep diwppomtment with the way things were going in Poland, and prophe'- * * ^"^ haVe Sh ° Wn was CVen darkei ' HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Canada to Build British Airplanes Empire Launches Long- Term Aviation Con" struction Program , LONDON, Eng. -(.-fi— An empire- wide air force building program centering in Canada was announced by the government Tuesday n.s Britain noted' AduJf Miller's renewed challenge to choose war or pence and wm-ily watched Russia's moves in the Baltic. Air Minister Sir Kingsley \Vood told the House of Commons that the empire was marshaling planes and fliers in a mighty plan to "beat the enemy and to ensure once :md for all that aggression and tyranny are ended." He disclosed a British mission already is on its way to Canada Io complete an empire air reservoir setup with missions from Australia, Now, , Zealand and the Canadian govern- j FOR SALE—Minnows at l(Hh ~;mtl metit. It is headed by Lord Rivertlnle. i Spring Hill Road. A. R. Newherrv. the former Sir Arthur Balfour, Bri- lish steel magnate. Under the plan most of the advanced air training will be in Canada, and all dominions would join in plan production. The air minister declared Britain now was producing fighters superior to the German Mejscrehinidts and siiicl production pluns envisaged doubling the 'considerable" figure .-ilrcacly reached. lED • "The More you Tell the Quicker You Sell'" • * You Can Talk to Only One Man * Want Ads Talk to Thousand* l SELL-RENT BUY OR SW AP All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One tim«— •>: word, minimum 30o Three times—3V4c word, minimum Me Six times—«c word, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum 12.70 __ Rates, ace for continuous insertions only. For Sale FOR SALE— We save you mondy on your furniture bu.virtg. Complete stock new nnd used furniture, stoves. jecls. We pay highest prices fur fur- liture. See us. Franklin Furniture 'o. O2 l»i For Sale FOR SALE—My modern six room stucco country he/me. Well S-KI ft. deep, young orchard bearing, burn and all other out buildings. 50 acres. Hog proof fence. Springs nnd lake. Chas. Hanson. M-5tp FOR SALE — Regislered Poland China pip v s. J. B. Ellen at Hope Hardware. 7-3t FOR SALE--Good used Underwood typewriter. Standard size. See WaiVIa Roberts, HilUird's Cafe. !)-lit Wanted FOR SALE— 100 new !)x!2 liui!* felt fur ba.se. Attractive patterns special $3.47. Franklin Furniture Store South Elm street. ll-:ite ANSWIR TO CRANIUM CRACKER More Ihnn $5,000.1100 has been trihiitt'd ill Nobel prixo tiwards. dis- (Jlifslloiis (ill 1'uito On;1. I'\iUr. The Alliciiin w.i* purled torpi'ilonl off Ih' 1 u'i;nsl of Irclainl. 2. Tr io. Many wcic lost. Inn only tlinye ;ive lire c-;ill«l ".SIII-VIVDIS i!. Ki ISP. I'dliiiid I'iicl Miliiniiriiic.s -.1 in the Baltic Soil. . Snbmmim's woic report 4. T eil . off Kolc-hikaii. Alsnk.-.. Ise. The periscope is found OcU)beiJ_l,J|39] 3 Die J2 Hurt in School Bus ('raslj siililcil .'viachiiv (Iocs! 1 )o\\ n 7-Vl'oni II:inU in Virginia on the .submarine. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS WANTED—New or renewal sub scriptinn for any magazine. See Chiis. lleyncrson at City Hull. 7-l!to Service*, Ottered FOR $1.00 This week only Ship'n-y Studio will make 1 8x10 or 11x14 for 51.00. Come curly. You must be pleased is our motto. fl-3tc SERVICES OFFEHED-See Ilemp- I stead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth. | for new and re-built. Phone Paul Cobb fiM-J Sept. 26 1M. FOR SALE—3(i Chevrolet Tudor— perfect condition—new tires. A bargain. See Pule Shields. Mistrial Ordered (Continued from Page One) Call 870J D-lltp In September, 1937. then. Paderewski wrote his prophesy, demanding im- Pd " ab ° mi0n ° f "action ca y m " camps, a d I etun f K " amps, a etun of the ban.shed ex-premier. Witos. .'Totalitarianism is alien to Pohsh psychology," he wrote. "It will be impossible to introduce this svstem sa'vtn, * P -n " g dVl W0r " He>w »"*d hi « compatriot., again.s Ge rmlny saying it had aggressive plans toward Poland." He denounced the F™cist e?on ••Ch VOC t d » by f° lonel Koc - condemning every political creed not fou n ed on Christianity, democracy, and liberty for all citizens " It was not to be. The Poland he loved is a smoldering ruin soon to be :it even Paderewsk, ,, an old man. with both his artistic and his political life behind him In so tragic a situation he xrrust take what satisfaction he can in the re flection that his artistry brought joy and beauty to thousands, and th his statecraft may m some more enlightened day be vindicated. • THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. NBA. U. 9, PAT. Off _ „. . By DB. MORRIS FISHBEIN tat*s, Amtml of the American Medical AaMdathw. »4 •* Hygela, the Health Magazto* Indigestion Pains in ElderlyPersons Call for Examination of Heart Angina pectoris is the pain felt~~!n the fhest neck ory arms that is associated with heart disease and is caused by an inadequate blood supply. There are other pains which occur in the region of the heart which have no relationship to heart disease, several differences are noted between Hie pain in angina pectoris and the pain in other conditions. The pain in angina pectoris lasts Irom two to 10 minutes during an attack, while other types may go on for hours or days It frequently comes on during exertion, and is likely to spread to the arm, elbow, wrist or even the lower jaw. The person with angina pectoris does not-usually think of himself as being sick. He generally feels well except that he gets pain in the heart as a result of exertion. Other types of pain around the heart are likely to occur when the person feels tired, is overworked, worried or is recovering from an illness. The pain of angina pectoris can also be brought on by emotion. Anger or excitement may lead to a severe attack. After a heavy meal, pain in the heart is provoked much more easily than at other times Dr. Maurice Campbell says that a man may feel pain on walking only 100 yards after a meal, whereas he might walk a healf mile without the pain if he had not taken the meal. This type of pain is found particularly in the man who rushes to work afterbreakfast. While thought to be brought on by indigestion ,the pain mon-law-wife. Katie Lee Adams, and the case w.'is declared a mistrial. Dewey Spurlock entered a plea of guilty to stealing a horse from J. R. .Seymour of Fulton. Judge Bush has nut fixed sentence. Ford Pennington. Negro, pleaded guilty to stealing a mule from Walter Moore and was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. Found FOUND—Man's vest, blue with white, stripes. Apply Hope Star office. V-IHdh" For Rent FOR RENT—Wheel chair. See Chas. Reynerson at City Hall. 7-3tc Lost LOST-Ton dollar bill, at Cenler- ville church fllh of October. Return to W. A. Austin. Centerville, Reward. Our plant is again open for Meat Curing and your patronage will be appreciated. Home Ice Company, East 3rd Street. Phone 44. O2-1mn Radio Repair Guaranteed Radio Repair Service and replacement parts. Tubes tested. Radio Service, Phone 80G. Ray All; 1 '- Male Help Wanted STEADY -WORK-GOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED-Call on farmers, No experience ur capital required. Make up to SI2 a day. Write TVTcNESS CO.. Dt-pt. S.. Kreeport, Illinois. 10-H NOTICE LOST—Goodrich Silvertown Heavy may actually he associated with he;irt | Duty, wheel and lire. 6 ply, 15 inch rim, disease. | No. 691153455. S5.UO reward. A. Q. ' Smith, Ross ton Rt. 2. Box 03. 7-3tp Indigestion after meals in people past 40 should prompt a careful examination as to the true cause. ! To the doctor a pain in the heart ."uggests a careful study of the patient ] to determine if ho has angina pec-1 toris, coronary thrombosis or some • other disturbance of the heart. The pain may have no relationship to the heart, or mas 1 be serious. The pain of angina pecloris is relieved by the rest for two to 10 min- tes. It is not associated with any change in the pulse, with any sign of shock, or with any severe drop in the blood pressure. People who suffer with coronary thrombosis will not get nn adequate blood supply because in that disease the blood vessels which carry blood to the heart are blocked. When the blood vessels that lend to the heart are suddenly blocked, the pain comes on immediately, even though the patient has Jjeen at rest, and may last for many hours/ ] If one of the blood vessels to the ] heart is blocked, there will be n weakening in the pulse The patient will have oil of the signs of a severe <hock, including sweating, sometimes vomiting, and a drop in the blood prssure. Many doctors hesitate to make NOTICE—I have taken up a two- year-old grade Jersey heifer. A. W. Biorsctli. 9-.'Hp . WES, ROPlW AN ANTELOPE IS A \ MARVELOUS FEAT-- IT PUTS A FELLER. \ IN A CLASS BV HISSELF ANiD HIS \ NAME IS SPOKEN WITH ADMIRATION! BY PEOPLE FAR- AN' WIDE -- BUT THIS / HAPPENS TO BE A TAME ONE — VEP, / THER'S ED LOChLEA&S EAR AAAEK / ON HIM.- HE. RAISED HIM ON A BOTTLE-- HE COME R.IGHT TO VUH, DIDM' HE " • V. - \ -s T. M. NEC. U. S. PAT. OFF". * COHII. 193') UY NEASCHVICE. INC. THE PATHS' OP GLOR.'V BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Goodby By EDGAK MARTIN' ALLE. 1OP -,-J r\ The Woman of It diagnosis of a pain in the heart without having a careful record of the blood pressure. 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 Reliable Phone Order Filling Whether your doctor phones in a prescription, or you phone an order for drug supplies—we'll fill it promptly and satisfactorily Two graduate druggists on duty. SEE YOUR DOCTOR When prescriptions are needed call.... WARD & SON The Leading Druggist "We've Cot It" PHONE S2 Motorcycle Delivery ILL-FATED QUEEN- OOOLA' ( < = >Cl THIS l^'WHV VOU PIDN'T COME , M u <30SH\ BACI<I - WHILE WE GO CRA.1V WITH, HOWD VOir~\ WOF?RV ' VOU WASTE YOUR U \ _.. 1E WjTH TH)S RED _ HEADED HOME ^WREOCER.' ^OOOLA;^ By ROY CRAN» -(AND TO THIMK, BE- JUST AN,CAUSE OF DOPES 'COUPLE OF \LIKE you, PR. GLAMOURS WONMU6 FACES A. MURDER CHARGE; HORIZONTAL, 1 Queen who enchanted Caesar. 9 She ruled over . 13 Hawthorn fruit. 14 Manager ot another's affairs. 16 Constellation. 17 Farewell! 18 English coin. 19 Laceration. 20 Unit of work. 42 Rolling mill. 22 Stone cutters. 45 Musical note. 24 While. 46 Broken tooth. 25 Rumanian 47 A jot. coin. 49 Yes. 26 Electric unit. 51 To tilt. 28 Morindin dye. 53 Aperture. Answer to Previous Puzzle 23 Military observation station. 24 She was loved by Caesar and . 27 She committed I VERTICAL ITea. 2 Bathes, 3 Pitcher. 4 Postpaid (abbr.). 5 Measure of' area. 6 Toward. 7 Red Cross. 8 Tiny particle. 46 Starch. 9 Rubber pencil 48 Cuckoopint. by poison from an asp. 28 Entirely. 29 Vase. 30 Perched. 32 Rowing paddle. 34 To strike. 36 Practice of Yoga. 37 Half an em. 38 Shoemaker's « tool. 39 An attempt. 43 Rodent. 44 Hill. WASH TUBES JO-II 12/ --../rvE A NOTION TO GET A \ / BUT, VcuUB AND OH, ALLEY...) , °°? LA> J V/OUR HEA P'- VOU'VE BEEN HURT! COPH. 1933 BY KEA SERVICg. INC. T. M. HEC. U. S. PAT OFF. 29 Colors of 54 Eggs of fishes. green. 56 Epoch. 31 Weight. 58 Language of 33 Corps of Somalis. Algerian 60 Sound of a cavalry. cat. ends. " 50 To dine". 35 To stop. 61 She belonged 10 Sea tale. 52 Taro paste. 36 Leavening to the 11 To force 53 Fuel. agent. family. (variant). 55 English coin. 40 Auditory. 62 Her kingdom 12 Spigot. 57 Ell. 41 Connecting was under 15 Pope's scarf. 59 Myself, word. control. 21 Animal jelly. 60 Italian river. HI, HO. HOMEWABD eouwo! VT WAS SORT O 1 FUM QM HIPPA-HULA, EVJEW \f WE DID FAIL TO BR\N6 BACK AUV OF THKT PRECIOUS BELLOW LAVA 06CW 1 . V.OOK, THERE WUST BE A HUMORED UTTERS fROM CAROL! Catching Up With the News By V. T. HAML1N AUW \ I'tL -iAW THERE IS 1 . IWE'S \V\ EUROPE W\TH 'HER FATHER. -SHE SAVS , TWtV'RE K\NDA WORRIED BECAUSE THERE'S WAvE 2E. ?/: OH, THEY'RE ALWAVS HAMIUG A VWA.R ^CARE.. f SAV3 OOMT VOU 6IRPS E'JER HEAR AVIV HEWS, V. KV WPPA-HULA? THE CECOV.O WORLV \S'AR. OVER A MOVJTH A60' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Came the Dawn ' GsE, MB-, PRENTiSS, I NEVER. KMEW SUCH A PRETTY FACE COULD Go WITH SUCH A . COLO SHOULDER.,' VALERIE is POILED.' i TOLD "rOU THAT/ SHE'S ALL TANGLED UP V;ITH SOME BOY WHO CALLS HER. UP, ALL THE TIME / WHY DON'T VOU PHONE HER SOME TTMS / ' RED RYDER By MERRILL BLOSS KINGSTON 4325 1 1 ! SHP3 MUST BF; Ti-iL= c-ii I'VE BEEN TAL-Kllsio To .1 WILL, MR., PRENTISS.' . SHE'LL. \ pu I.IKE: ME BETTER | UP TO IF- SHE DOESNT IT .' see MY BLOND J Jusr CALL KINGSTON! 43'2'S' AMD ASK FOPU, VALERIE / COPfl. H39BYNi;ASfBVICr. INC. T. M. ntf*lA PAT tiff Face to Face

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