* World-Wide News Coverage Given Impartially by Associated Frew / ww Hope Star The Wither ARKANSAS-Generally tali, littt*' ''| temperature change Saturday night and TrSunday. VOLUME 41—NUMBER 7 HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1939 PRICE 6c COPY RUSSIA TURKEY t/W V/' % r % V" L-A t-si 2-*i J^A T'S KH * A C *•>» A* 1 * K** i'H KH *^i *"* **H J^\ l/<^ KM K^* *^ <•-!•• j ^ Hammons Uses Three Teams to Smother Nashville, 47 to O " -m There Are Blind Snails In Skyline Caverns FRONT ROYAL, Vu.—t/l'J-Dr. Lesic Hubright of the Missouri Botanical Harden, St. Louis, reported he hud liscovercd 11 species of blind snail in Skyline , Caverns, near here. It has been found in only seven places in the United States. Or. Hubright is engaged in collecting rare insects from an underground slrcitut which flows through the cavern. Second and Third Stringers Used In Half of Game Light Scrapper Team Is "No Match for Bobcat Regulars EASON SCORES THREE Ward Shows Up Well; Bobcats Look Forward to Camden, Blytheville •Hie Mope High School football team rang up its sixth victory of the season here Friday night by swamping a light Nashville tca'm, 47 to 0. Coach Toy Hammons used 3G players, his entire roster, sending in three complete learns at different intervals The second team opened the garni and battled Nashville on even term throughout the first quarter whicl was scoreless—although both team rcav...od the 10-yard line, but was un aoie < ,>t •-'; '. - -^ "•:". The regulars took over at the beginning of the second period and scored 22 points in 15 minutes, a safety, | Fort Smith's flashy quartebaek an three touchdowns and Iwo points after | triple thrcater, and Harry Carte j Tiger fullback engaged in a Little Rock Taken by FtSmith 12-0 North Little Rock, El Dorado, Pine Bluff Are , Winners FORT SMITH, Ark — A "suddei death" touchdown with less than minute lo play in Ihe first half anc a pass interception late in the fourll quarter enabled the Fort Smith Grix xlics to topple Ihc Little Hock Tiger from the ranks of the undefeated by a 12-to-O score here Friday night. Dcspilc Ihe home town boys' loud downs, Ihc game was largely a dcfcn sive bailie, with David Paul Jone. k levolving Fund to Help Exporting of Cotton Is Set Up RIFC's 5-Million-Dollar Fund Furnishes Working Capital GIVES CONFIDENCE Payment by 'Buyer Is Always Doubtful During War Times touchdowns. The second stringers went back into the gnme at the beginning of the third period and scored on a 45-yard run around end by Sonny Murphy. Near the end of the third quarter the regulars got another chance and scored 19 points in 11) minutes. The third- stringers took over midway in the final period and finished the game. Scoring touchdowns for Hope were Captaiij,,.Joc Epson, three; lianiolr, Murphy, Taylor and F,llen. The first score of the gtfme was a .safety, a Nashville ball carrier being taeklcd behind his own goal line. The first touchdown resulted from a 15-yard pass from Roy Taylor to Joe Eiison, The second marker was a 28-yard loss from Taylor to Ea.son. The third touchdown fallowed shortly afterwards when Hope took possession on their own 40. marched up to Nashville's 25 where a pass from Taylor to Eason who laterallod to Daniels was good for the score. The Second Half Nashville received to open the second half, but was unable to do much against (hi; second-siring Hope squad. Nashville punted to Murphy who was downed on his 30. From thai point the second-stringers marched 70 yards. Murphy got through the line for 10, then passed to Loy Ward for 10 more. Ucckworth went over center for 5 and then Murphy not loose around his right end for 45 yards and scored. A few minutes later Murphy intcr- t-eptcd a pass on his own 45 and .series of line plays'with Murphy and Beckworth carrying the ball advanced to Die 10 where Nashville intercepted battl of, punts. There was hardly any 01: portunily for tlie teams to open up. Fort Smith's first touchdown came from nowhere. With only seconds remaining of the first half Jones waded (jack and hurled lo Paul Tibbefs left end. The Grizzly end leaped high on the 16 amidst (lie Tiger secondaries. The pass was good for 30. Then Jones wiggled the remaining yardage on a niily through tackle and there went the ball game. ' ; It was no soap for the Tigers from an offensive standpoint. They couldn't open holes for their backs. The visitors didn't get past the Grizzly 35 all night and, when they did, it, they lacked the spark lo keep the engine going. With their backs lo the wall in the fourth quarter, the Tigers passed, but they backfired a couple of limes. Gene Zubcr got hold of one of Carter's heaves lo Maack and ran 20 yards for the econd touchdown. Curtain of Fire 3O,OOO Feet Up Guards Warships From Attack by Bomber Fleets The regulars look over as Nashville punted lo Ellen who ran il back lo Ihc Nashville 30 as the third quarter ended. On the first play in the final period Taylor heaved a 39-yard pass to Joi Eason for touchdown. Nashville received, but on the first play fumblec on its 35 where Major Simpson, Hopi tackle, s'molhered the ball. Taylor went over tackle for 11 yard and then Ellen got loose around cm for (he remaining 21 yards and toucl down. Hope had the ball on Nash vilie's one-yard line only a few mo uieiils later where Taylor plung across. The second-stringers went i and was .soon jerked and replaced b, (Continued on Page Three.) N. L, II. Beats Blytheville NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Holding loir own in Ihc scoreless first half nd with the superior team in the ccond, the North Litlle Rock Wild- ats flushed 1938 form in defcaling he big Blytheville Chicks, 13 to 1 eforc a large crowd on the North Jide Friday night. While the game lasted well over two ind one-half hors, it was an intcr- 'Sting affair from start lo finish. A bat- le of "errors" during the first 30 min- ite.s, North Litlle Rock went to town tier Blylheville missed a grand op- lorunily early in Ihe third quarter, t was Ihe Wildcats all the way from hen on out until the Chicks scored on a 90-yard crazy but colorful passing attack a minute before the end. Every quarter had its "moments. 1 In the first Dan Warrington passed to WASHINGTON — (fl')~ In a new move lo help farmers regain their 'fai share" of the world cotton markets, the United Suites Friday sel Up a $5, 000,000 revolving fund lo enable ex porters lo ship cotton to foreign conn tries temporarily short of dollar ex change. Under this program, exporters wh> belong to the Cotton Export Corpora lion can ship colton to foreign com tries and store it until buyers Diet- are able I pay for it. Meantime th KFC will lend hose exporters 80 pe eenl of the delivered value of the cot ton. When the buyer pays for Ihc col ton, the HFC will get its money bad Ordinarily, and especially in wi times', exporters do not ship cotlo unless they arc assured in advance lha the importer is able lo pay at once j Officials explained that the new pro- ! gram was designed lo encourage exporters to ship cotton despite increased risks resulting from the war. The govrenment will assume the bulk of Ihc credit risk. The loan plan is the second important measure inaugurated this year lo cxpcdile shipments of cotton. Laic in July, the Agriculture Department set up an cxpor subsidy program under which exporters were offered a bounty of 1 1-2 cents a pound on raw cotton and equivalent payments on cotton products sold abroad. Officials said exporters operating under the RFC loan program would be cligablc for Ihc export bounties. Principal objective of these would measures, officials said, was to reduce a record surplus of about 14,000,000 ales of American cotton as well to regain lost markets. The government hopes lo expand exports this eason to more than 6,000,000 bales. ,ast year's volume of about 3,750,000 ales was the smallest since 1872. Cotton and cotton products sold or export during the first 11 weeks jf the current season totaled 2,886,000 sales, representing a substantial in- rca.sc over the corresponding period in he previous season. The Cotton Export Corporation was- described by RFC officials as a co- ipralivc organization of 20 of the na. ion's leading cotton exporters. C W. Butler of Memphis is president Cotlon shipped under the loan program would be limited lo count ric. not involved in hostilities. Official, said that in addition to Great Britaii France, Germany and Poland, ship ments to China and Japan were haired. Hint at "Another Poland" Is Made by Nazi Official Germans Base Forecast on Official Russian Press Editorials R U S SIA IS AROUSED New Crisis Follows Turks', Pact With Britain, France SUwlurd air maneuvers in battle. The wing over frequently is used by planes dropping; out of formations. The Immelman is used to uain altitude and reverse direction when pursued. The renvcrsemcnt, most difficult, is used by planes being pursued. The plan* moves in a. light circle to keep the pursuer firinir at a lanccnt. and then resorts to the rcnversement to escape. MOSCOW, Russia - - The govern- Anti-Aircraft Guns Make Dive Bombing Very Risky Business Bombs Can Be Dropped With Success From 35,000 Feet, But Dive Bombing Is More Accurate By NBA Service WASHINGTON—Long range bdmbers from Germany dropping death charges on British naval bases are giving the world a preview or the new techniques of aerial war and defense developed since 1918. The bo'mbcrs arc working some 500 9> miles from 'their bases on these raids.' At their objectives, they must either ! chance a hit from a curtain of fire that stretches up five to almost six miles or drop their explosives from a oint above this range. Bombs can be dropped with rcason- blc accuracy from as high as 35,000 eet, but more effective is dive bomb- Ford, who fumbled the ball in the North Side end zone. In the .sceoiu quarter, Ihc Cats marched CO yards making five .straight first downs only to bog on the Blylheville 24. i;i Dorado Beats Joncslinrn JONESBORO — El Dorado Wildcat defeated Joncsboro, 13 to 0, here Fri (Continued on Page '.llircc) Cotton NEW YORK—(/I 1 )-December colto opened Saturday at 8.92 and closed 8.98-39. Middling spot 9.26. A C'ollossal r'.venl STAUNTON, Va.-(.1'i—This Virgin! city got a "big name" recently whci Elsie, a circus elephant, went on rampage after the wreck of a circu truck. Cards addressed to R. G. Rollc at "Elephant City, Va.. and to M. M Glenn at "Jumbo Town. Va.," wcr delivered promptly by the postoffic department to those Slaunton citi/.cns. The cards were mailed from Ocean City, Md. Armament on bo'mbcr.s usually is onfincd lo ,30-calibcr machine guns, H«iw Homlicrs scuttcr to approach their objective from different directions before firing. Texarkana to Be Host to Rotarians President Cline of Centenary to Speak There 'Monday Night TEXARKANA, Texas—The Tcxar kana Rotary Club will be host to Ro- larians from 'many clubs of at leas three states Monday night, Octobei 23, at an inter-city meeting for whicl an elaborate program has been ar ranged. Dr. Pierce Cline, president of Cen tcnary College, will be the speaker and Walter Jenkins, internationally known as Rotary's song master, wil have charge of music and entertain mcnt. Old Fiddlers to Compete In Hope Contest Is Scheduled at Hope City Hall Night of November 3 The world's largest power dam is said to be that on Ihe Dnieper river in Soviet Russia. It was built by American engineers. Moon to Stage Pre-Hallowe'en Blackout Because of large distances involved, this map is not drawn to scale. Kuropf will miss the blackout on thu moon the night of October 21, but it will be visible throughout North America. Ki-lipse will begin at 7:42 p. in. (Hope time) when moon enters earth's outer shadow as shown above, and will reach !>!) per cent totality during (lark shadow period from 10:45 p. in. to 2:18 a. in.. October 28. The moon will leave outer bluulow at j:D'J a. 111. The Iwo I'umlanieinat formations of flying, the echelon, left, ami the V formation. protruding from all sides, used for defense. Crews range from four tu U KMI. The minimum complement coin- rises a pilot, co-pilot, radio man and Umber. Ships carry upwards of 200(1 ounds of bombs. As a bombing squadron approaches s objective, the ships spread out nd double back at various angles, ropping bombs. In dive bombing, hips plunge inward alternately, drop- ing their charges just before they evcl off. Aerial fighting has forged through ncredible developments since Ihc oUl Jenny" days of 1917-18. But of four ypcs of combat planes, only one, Ihc- mrsuit, is filled as an offensive fighter against .other planes. The single-combat pursuit plane •igged with forward guns that firt. •hythmically through the propeller s the only type capable of participat ing in a "dog fight." It is built for- the single purpose o at tacking and destroying enemy craft The pilot ha.s one 30-ealiber and oiv f.O-calibcr machine gun, both fircc with electric switches. Pursuit planes set out for Ihci prey in formation of three to 11)0 ships* Manes fly in units of three, taking and echelon formations. Attack planes arc manned by tw 'men, are used against ground troop and artillery. They fly as low as .si feet above the ground, spilling bullel from six guns. Observation ships operate in sma yroup.s or entirely alone. Thev «i At a meeting of the W. O. W. lodge Thursday night it was decided to hold an old fiddler's contest. The contest will be given at Hope city hall auditorium Thursday night, November 2 beginning at 7:.'iO o'clock, and will be sponsored by the W. O. W. degree learn. Prizes will be awarded and en- ants from 15 counties arc expected. !ayor W. S. Atkins will extend gcet- igs and M. L. Nelson of Blevins will master of ceremonies. (Continued on Pajje Thiec) A Thought 1 said, I will take heed to my ways, (lint I i'in not with my tongue: I will keep my mouth with a bridlt 1 , while the wicked is before me.—Psalms 39:1. CRANIUM CRACKERS 30,000 feet: limit of fire for heavy onti-oircroft guns Planes bomb effectively from 35,000 feete 25,000 feet: top range for 3", 37 mm. anti-aircraft guns 15,00( range limit, .50 caliber machine guns 3000 feet: effective range, .30 caliber machine guns Angle of dive almost vertical Diving planes hard to hit Release bombs at bottom of dive ment newspaper Izvestia Saturday assailed the new British-French-Turkish mutual assistance pact, asserting il "drew Turkey into the orbit of war."] In the first comment on the pact, which came after failure of Soviet Russia and Turkey to negotiate a similar agreement, Izvestia said/the two-power treaty was an 'unsuccessful attempt to drive a wedge between. Germany and the U. S. S. R, (Union of Soviet States of Russia): also, to draw the U. S. S. R. into a combination which is chiefly directed against Germany and eventual enemies of England and France in the Mediterranean (presumably Italy). "This agreement," the paper continued, can not be evaluated as an \ instrument of peace." Denying that Russia would lose be^cause of the German alliance, Izes- tia said the Soviet state had maintained "freedom of action, which can not be said about Turkey—Turkey-has assumed a responsibility which can not fail to be reflected on Turkish policies within the nearest future." "^"^ Another Poland? ir*/ BERLIN, Germany —(/P)— An in- ormed Nazi hinted Saturday that 'urkey majy become another Poland. The intimation—and it was no more nan that—was base on the fact :iat Izvestia, the Soviet government icwspaper, said he Russia had no eason to regret Turkey's action in igning a mutual assistance pact with Britain and France. Izvestia's editorial will be republish- Saturday or Sunday. ^ Outside effective limits of the curtains of lire a battleship can throw up to protect itself from bombers. The bomber must cither fire from above the screen or take his chances divine through.4 26 Badly Hurt on Liner in a Storm S. S. President Harding Docks at New York After Hurricane NEW YORK— (/P)— Twenty-six persons were removed on stretchers Irom the United State liner President Harding Saturday when the storm- battered vessel arrived after one of Ihc most tempestuous and dramatic voyages in modern maritime annals. Eyes were blackened, bones fractured and bodies bruised by tumbling furniture and heaving decks when the 13,869-ton liner was caught by a howling hurricane after rescuing the crew of the torpedoed British freighter Hcronspool. Planes Over England LONDON, Eng. — (JP)— The air ninistry announced Saturday that 'two unidentified airplanes were sighed off the east coast of England oday and fighter aircraft have been ent up to intercept them." Lloyd George Speaks CARNAXON, Wales (#)— David loyd George told his Welsh constituents Saturday that his advocacy of a general world settlement had been "viciously misrepresebted" and further, that "you can be firm at a conference as well as on the battlefield." George maintained re was entirely consistent in declaring 'no surrender" to Germany yet simultaneously showing willingness to attempt a conference settlement of the European war. Matching Names From the eight listed phrases below select one to dcscibc each of the five names, all of which are connected with present developments in Europe. 1. Reichstag: 2. Bosporus; o. Saare; 4. Aland; 5. Croydon. (a) German city near Berlin, (b» islands in Baltic which Russia wauls to control; lc> region in Germany occupied by French troops in early weeks of war; <d> airport near London; (c) Baltic island where Estonia authorized establishment of Russian air and naval bases; (f) German legislative body; <g> one of strategic straits controlled by Turkey; ih> river near Franco-German border. Answers on Page Two Mormon Missionaries To Conduct Meetings Missionaries Orvillc Wayne Djiy and Alvin C. Sobcrborg arrived ii'i Hope Saturday and annuonced thcj would hold street meetings on Wednesday and Saturday afternoon 01 Frout street. They represent The Church of Jcsu. Christ, known as the Mormon church and come here from Sail Lake an< American Fork, Utah. They arc tw of 18 missionaries in the stale at thi time. They arc been in missionary worl about three years. They announce thai no collection would be taken an no literature sold. They announce lhat they would visit from house t house. explaining their literature an belief*. Blevins Battles Stamps to a Tie Outweighed 10 Pounds t Man, Blevins Holds Them 0-0 Blevins high school although outweighed 10 ixjunds to the man, completely outplayed Stamps high school on Ihe local field lo gain a 0 to 0 tic riday afternoon. Most of Ihc came was played in amps territory, whi-re Blevins was eld for downs on Ihc one yard line, nd was within the 10-yard strip cvcral limes, only lo be repulsed, itamps never threatened the Blevins ;oal line, never getting beyond the Blevtns 30-yard line. Foster, Smith, and the Brooks broilers were outstanding for Blevins, vhilc Nix, Jones, and Langston were utslanding for Stamps. MIND YOUR MANNERS f. M. u. •, PAT. err. Glove Washing Hints To clean washable leather gloves land make sure when you buy then whether or not they are washable), pu them on Ihc hands and wash well ii lukewarm soap suds. Rinse througl lukewarm water. Carefully pull off wrong-side out, and wash the wron sides by im'mcrsing them in suds Rinse again and quickly tlip'into vcr frothy soap suds. Lay the gloves o a thick towel, pat out as much of th water as possible. Carefully pull thei into shape and blow into the finger Let them dry in a moderate place— never near heat. Several times whi they are drying, gently pull th fingors into shape. Test your knowledge oi correct social usage by answering the following questioms, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. !s it important to be as courteous when you are in a crowd as when you are with people you know? 2. Is it. good manners to honk your horn when a car ahead of you stalls and holds up traffic? 3. When a clerk mistakenly offers to wait on you—though there is a customer who has been waiting longer—should you mention the fact? 4. If you bump into another person in a crowd sliuold you say, "I'm sorry? 5. Is it good manners when walking on a crowded sidewalk not to look where you are going? What would you do it— You are walking down the street with a number of friends. Would you— (a> Walk abreast, monopolizing the sidewalk? (b) Not walk more than three abreast—two if there arc many people on the sidewalk? Answers 1. Yes. 2. No. 3. Yes. 4. Yes. 5. No. If you want to look at anything, stop and look at il. Don't walk with your head turned. Best 'What Would You Do solution— ib).
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