Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 26, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 26, 1939
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HOPE STAfc, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday. October 26,19891 Star Star of Hope, 1899; Press, 1927. Consolidated January 18, 19» -- -ITITJ-.-UJ.-J -.--_.. _-.-.— ~- .- . --—J»|-1H O Justice, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! Published every week-day afternoon 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, PresldenT ' ALEX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher ~ — II ' • -II • - -I I I L (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per •week 15c; per month 65c; one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and LaFayette counties, S3.SO 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 for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerrung the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. War Aims Gradually Shaped as World Watches None of the warring nations of Europe has yet drawn up a full-dress list of its war aims. But such declarations are evidently in the making. When they ' appear they will undoubtedly contain features aimed at attracting neutral and - world opinion to the causes they represent. All governments today are responsive enough to public opinion, even the most dictatorial of them, to make it desirable that not only their own people, but other 'peoples shall know what they are fighting about. The American , Declaration of Independence began with the proposition that "a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation." "So the countries at war will soon be getting around to formal statements of what kind o£ a settlement each proposes to make if it wins. For obviously, the only chance either side has to attract neutral support is the promise of a sort of world readjustment that will make less likely the repetition of the catastrophe of 1939. Many thoughtful men in the warring countries have already bent their at, tention to this problem. Just as the outbreak of the present European war . found all countries better prepared for it than in 1914, so the coming of peace, which must follow sometime, should find the peacemakers better prepared - with plans for a promising settlement Dr. Julian Huxley, the- eminent British biologist 1 and writer, for example - has been applying his mind to the problem, not unconscious of the possible effect of announced war aims on neutrals. "Our statement." he writes, "must provide a platform on which neutral countries, too, can take their stand with a view to playing an active part in the eventual settlement." • Thus the influence of neutrals is shown to be powerful in the war World opinion is important even in these days of force, • '" • President Wilson was keenly conscious of this power of neutrals in the early days of Die World war. Many of his actions .were guided by his de; terminate nto do nothing which would prejudice the position of the United - States as a possible mediator. Many of the policies of the warring powers then ; as now. were carefully studied with a view to whether or not they would au . tract neutral opinion to their couse. . ««"»« »>. ; S° m «» of Huxley's caliber today are clear on this: The only war settle- -went : flu £ can possibly attract neutral support, and the only war aims that can t^H 1 . ^ SymPat ^', 3reSUCh 3S glV6n PTOm ^ o£ ^ustuTg LSc rade -/aw materials colonies, refugees, peaceful »ttten«t of fn ^ - u r bas '° Changes in the international ordr in such a - to give defimte hope of a better future. Political Announcement The, Star Is authorized (o ;m- nounce the foljpwlng candidate-* subject to the notion of the Democratic city primary election Tuesday. November 28, 19:19: for City Attorney E. F. M'FADDIN • ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER Questions t»ti Pngir One 1. Eschew and avoid ;iro alike. 2. Ascend is to surmount. 3. Incipience means beginning; peroralioti is conclusion. 4. Emanate and transude both mean to emerge. 5. Retention and surrender arc opposites, 6. Oblivious and insensible moan the samp. 7. A lackey is a servant; a Urge- is a master. 8. Exlrophagy means fasting; gulosity means gluttony. IED • "Th» More You Tell the Quicker You * You Can Talk to Only One Man 0 Want Ada Talk to Thousand* SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One tim«—2o word, minimum 30c Three time*—JVio word, minimum He Six times—M word, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum 13.10 Rates ate tor continuous Insertions only. WANTED PECANS-We pay highest prices for Pecans. McRne Mill & Feed . 0-17-IM FOR SALE -Jersey milk cow 2", vi.-iirs ld, and hcifi-r cult. p. J. Holt, White •V Co., Hope-. Zfi-IHp For Sale FOR SALE—We save you money cm yum- furniture buying. Complete stuck new urul used furniture', stoves, beiU. We pay highest prices for furniture 1 . Set 1 us. Krunklin Furniture Co. • - O2 1m Lost 193 Acre Faun, hitlf in Bridge Creek' Boltorn, some good timber, near Mi-Nab on All-Weather road; Half in iiiltlva- lion; Ciju|jiTatij)jf with the Agricultural I'l-ugi-am. Must sell to divide among Heirs. A HKAL BARGAIN- —r^=r-— I Write or see Cecil T. Wallace at Lnko- side 'School;! Kl'T) No. 2, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 23-fltc yet mentioned that are real causes for refusal to eat. For example, one mother discovered that when the children had e.irly FOR SAI.F. — Registered Poland- supper, they ate heartily. But when ] China Piifs, 8 wvok.s old. John Ames, lather made an early train antl sir.; ' TVmpIo Oil Mill, made the evening meal an all-family j 23-3lp affair, they wouldn't eat. Billy said he'd e;ii if he could lake his plate to the kitchen. She thought that one over. It flashed on her that her husband was very strict and kept reminding them of ther manners. They were afraid and last their appetites. It has a certain lesson. Children need to be taught manners, surely, I but more pleasantness at table is a wonderful aid to appetite. The London zoo nets as much as $100 on a Saturday afternoon by giving rides on the animals to children. wav way Legal Notice FDR SA1.K - Fordson Tractor complete, side breaking plow, Oliver disc, will trade for young cattle. Ross R. Gillespie. Phone 2-13, Hope, Ark. 23-6tp FOR SALE OR TRADE: Regular F.-innaH tractor, recently overhauled, on rubber tires in good condition. Apply Hope Star or phone 20-Rl-l. .19-fit-p. LOST—October 14, Ladies black lint on Highway 29 near Urrey'.s Store. Mrs. S. L. Cluirchwell, Washington, HI. No. 1 23-3tp For Rent FOR RENT—Farm. 175 acres, eight .miles south of Hope on Highway 28. Gooil pasture, house, aiu! burn. 85 acres in cultivation. K. C. Ilnckler, Route 1, Pnlinos, Ark. 211-Iltp FOR RENT; Nice home. Newly decorated. Hard wood floors. 717 West 6th street See Chns. Baticr. 807 West Oth street.' 25-:i p For Sale FOR SALE—Lumber and shingles, see Mr. Claude Waddle, Phone 289W. 23-3tp Radio Repair FOR SALE—190 acres on Highway (J7. three miles East of Fulton. Write Lea Williamson MIO Pecan Street, Texarkana, Ark. 20-3tp NOTICE OF REVISION ASSESSMENTS FOR SALE—Young registered Hereford bull of Domino breeding. In good condition and ready for service. Parker Rogers Route 2, Hope, Ark. 2-i-3tp Special for 30 days. Have your radio cleaned and adjusted $2.00, Tubes Tested. Phone 806 or 133. RAY ALLEN East 14th St. S«rvic«t Offered SERVICES OFFEREt>-See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for new and re-built. Phone Paul Cobb 658-J • Sept. 28 1M. Our plant is again open for Meat Curing and your patronage will be appreciated. Home Ice Company, East 3rd Street. Phone 44. O2-lmo RAISING A FAMILY _ Johnny's Lack of Appetite Is Probably From Nibbling If. a child won't : eat, should we: A. Scold him B. Offer tempting foods ,;.;:,:Ci Take -him to the doctor B. Watch: in-between-meal' nlb- • bling - ' We can dispose of "A" in a hurry. • It won't help any to scold the child who says he isn't hungry. It will work the other way. As- for "B" it depends upon the kind of food that tempts him..The • child will- eat a piece of fudge cake almost certainly, and with gusto, •just after he has refused his dinner. : At the same time, if he has a preference for a certain kind of cereal, a certain way-he likes his eggs fixed, or potatoes baked rather than boiled, that is legitimate temptation that can be satisfied. If Jinjmy is not eating, can't gain weight, looks sallow and big-eyed, he needs something in the way of medical attention, -I think. These symptoms alone are not enough to cause worry in most cases, however, because he may be simply too nervous, too intense, or too worried about something, to eat. , Beware These Appetite Spoilers By all means look into the number of lolly-pops, cones and so-forth that he eats between meals. Ordinarily the tid-bit won't hurt at all. But it' eaten close to dinner or supper, or taken at random all day, there is your ^answer. Some children can not eat enough at once to tide ver. Then the wholesome snack at the right time is needed. There are a number of things not NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That I r_—• the Board of Assessors of Street 1m-I provement District No. 9 and also uV \ Board of Assessors of Curb & Gutter! District No. 5 in the City of Hope. Ar- i kansas, (North Side districts i will meet' in the Council Room at the City Hall I in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at 101 o'clock A. M. on Friday, the 1st day' of December, 1939, for the purpose of I revising and readjusting the assess-' ment of benefits against the real property in said districts. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of assessment or change in value whatsoever 'may appear be' fore said boards and muke application' therefor, and the same will be con-' sidered. The said Boards mav nlso consider revisions on their own tion. DATED This 25th 1939. C. E. TAYLOR L. B. BREED Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 9 and also of Curb & Gutter District No. 5 of Hope. Arkansas. Oct 26, Nov. 2 Wanted For Sale F«v Rent WANTED-Wimted to buy, milk. Hope Creirtnery & Dairy Co. 2G-3tc Dr. H. H. Bennett to Broadcast On Friday Dr. Hugh Hnmmoml Bennett, chief of the Soil Conservation Service nt Washington, D. C. will speak over the National Farm and Home Program nt 11:45 A. M. Friday 27. "Soil Conservation in the Colorado Plateau" will be the subject of Dr. Bennett's address. The Chief of the Soil Conservation Service is recognized as a world authority on erosion, its cause and its control. Toddy's Now Men- HONOLULU. T. H.-MV-Patients Queen's hospital now have Iriglnn paitings to look at .instead of blanH wiills. The Honolulu Academy of Art: lends the works to the hospital, Instomi] of letting surplus paintings accumulate| in Iho basement. Someone invents a ilrvito tnal files 11 Rim ami turns on n signal when a fish iiilibles the line. T if the hook fails to snare him, tr poor fish will bt> frightened to dentil, b*i trie OUT OUR WAY By J.R. Williams BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES day of October. SHIPWRECKED SAILOR HORIZONTAL 1,8 Shipwrecked sailor of fiction. 13 Composed of lines. 14 Cautioned. ' 15 Misfortunes. 16 To procrastinate. 18 To flout. 20 Wise men. 22 Work of genius. 23 Wallet. 24 Stiff collar. 26 Girl. 27 Common verb. 29 Swiftest. Answer »o Previous Puzzle PiALIAIDII EIR ElSNtE 45 Male ancestor 47 Boxed. 49 Myself. 50 Subsists. 32 Before Christ 51 Tree, (abbr.). 52 Sound of 33 Form of no. inquiry. 54 Small hotel. 55 To intersect. 57 His romantic 15 He lived on an for many yeari (Pi.). 17 His only human companion was . 19 He was finally . 21 Above. 23 Antiquated. 25 Born. 26 Commanded VERTICAL 28 Sur) y 2 jar 30 Female sheep, 3 Protruding ^ 1Wrath ; part of a cask. 32 To befa1 '- 35 Recompenses. 36 Rumanian coin. 37 Theatrical play. 39 Orb. 40 Exultant. 42 Any. 44 Sour- tempered. tale was written by 58 For years his dog and were his companions. 4 Insertions. 5 Northeast. 6 Dejected. 7 Genus of olive trees. 8 Auto. 9 Railroad. 10 Not just. 34 Branches. 36 Dress trimming. 38 Fine sheep. 41 One who lashes. 43 Rascal. 46 House slave. 48 Toward sea. 49 Mire. NOTICE OF REVISION OK ASSESSMENTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 1) and" it.s Annex No. 1 and also of Curb and Gutter District No. 7 ami its An- j nex No. 1 in the City of Hoi*, Arkan- i sas fSouth Main Street districts) will' meet in the Council Room at the City 'il in the City of Hope, Arkan.siis, at two o'clock P. M. on Friday, the 1st day of December, 1939, for the purpo.se of revising and readjusting thp nsspss- ment of benefit.<-, against the mil property in said districts. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of assessments or change in value whatsoever'may appear before said Boards and make application therefor, and the same will be cnn- idered. The said Boards may also consider revisions on their own motion. DATED This 25th day of October, 1039. C. F. RG-JTON, T. M. KINSER R. R. CORNELIUS Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 11 and its Annex No. I, tint I also Board of Assessors of Curb & Cuter District No. 7 and its Annex No. 1. Oct. 2C, Nov. 2 ALLEY OOP QUICK./ QUICK/ SHOOT TH' LIGHT THIS — WO, HE WEMT THIS WA»Y-- BIGGEST MOUNTAIN LIOM 1 EVER. SEE--QUICK TH' LIGHTS/ TH' LIGHTS// ', WHUT HECK /OU THIWK THIS IS--A FLASHLIGHT RUNMIN& MATTES Wonmug Strikes Oil By V. T. Hamlin CERTAIMtV.THERE'S AM ELEMENT OF DAGGER. IK) THIS FIELD OF RESEARCH- BUT UMD5R NO CIRCUMSTANCE SHOULP VOU CONSIDER. A&AMDOKJIM6) VOUR. TIME-AAACHIME EXPERIMENTS/ WASH TUBES BUT, BRONSONJ, IVE GOT TO... 1 CAN'T 600NJ...EVECy CENT OF MY CONSIDERABLE FORTUNE HAS AWAY--I'M &ROKE.' Wash Wants to Meet Uncle Link JUNK?! WHV,MAW, THIS BRONIE- ARMOR. IS PRICELESS, TO SA.V NOTHING OF THIS HAMDFUL OF PEAR.US OOOLA. WREMCHEP FROM THE PERSON OF HELEN OF TROY/ AM' 1HEKI I J AOCHEP V. ,,1A OM THE CONTRARY, WONfAUG, YOU HAVE A FORTUME RIGHT THF.UE AT VOUR , FEET PR 1939 BY Hf.A St:HVtCt:, INC WHAT WAS VOUR UUCLE BUDDIE ? 11 Crystal gazers 53 Derby. . 12 Poems. 54 Provided. 14 Humid. 56 Transposed. 1 WEVER SAW I'UE HEARD HE WAS 600FY THKTS HIM! THAT'S LIUK.AU. RI6HT! BUT HE'S WOT AS CRAZV A<=> <=>OME PEOPLE THIWK By Roy Crane Hr YOU'KE A NEPHEW OF WS, BUOOK, JUST FOR-A 6ET THAT •SPEEOIH6 CHARGE. WELL,-SO LOM6. j TAKE THE FOURTH HOUSE OM THE-SECOND COAD / •-(TO THE PUSMT.IF VOU (TO IOOK HIM UP COPH 1938 BY NE« SERVICE. INC^" T. M. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS VOU KNOW ,EAS>y, I'VE UEVER KWOWN AWV OF MV FOLKS. I'D SORTA LIKE TO MEET UUCLE «— J —, \ lurni ti \- ' UWCOLIJ NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION IN NASHVILLE Si'EC- IAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 OF HOWARD AND HEMI'STEAD COUNTIES, ARKANSAS Notice is hereby given that a special school election will !;e held in Nashville Special School District No. 1 of Howard and H*?m'p.stead Counties, Arkansas, at which the qualified elector.'; of said school district shall vote on the question of a Building Fund tux of 8 mills, said Building Fund tax to be collected annually on the assessed valuation of all taxable property in tho District, beginning with the taxes collected in the year 1940, for the purpose of paying the principal and interest of j a proposed refunding bond isue of' $97,000.00 which will run for 20 your.-; ' .said tax to continue until said buncb and interest are paid. i Said election shall be held in said i District on October 28th, I'JiJ'J, between' the hours of 2:00 H. M. and K:'M l\ M and otherwise in the manner provided . by law for holding annual school elec lions, at the following pulling places, to-wit: School Building Bingen, Aik. Witness my hand this 5th day of Gctobei, 1939. E. E. Austin County Examiner Oct. 5, 12, 19, 2fi Tough Assignment ISN'T NUBBIN COMING OUT FOR. PRACTISE TODAY, COACH THERE'S SOME" QUEST/ON ABOUT HIS ELieiBIUTY .' HE HAD To TURN IN MIS surr TILL \YS CLEARED UP I I HAT KIMDA RUIMS OU^- CHAMCCG AGAINST KINO' ; j|ON ' THATS RIGHT THCY'l-t- OUTWETI6H US 20 POUNDS To THE MAN I OUR CHANCE WAS By Merrill Blosser RED RYDER WITH NUBBIM THROWING THEM A^40 YOU CATCHING THEM , WE MIGHTA HAD A CHANCE ' | / !'!*! / STlLU l/ A PRETTY FAIR , I PASSER; Sv- HER T»WN AV\IAY fRDM AMP HEO.P ME GET RXJER. ftND The Werewolf Again Bur we HAVE? NO OTHER. GOOD RECEIVERS BEEN ABLE To TEACH A BOY To THROW A PA33 AND THEN RUN DOWN FIELD AND CATCH *JT IT -' By Fred Harman VOE'RE OKAYT5(JW, HOVO'5-Tri

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