Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 4, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 4, 1942
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'arHHsSufa 'rews Hardest f ' ': • . Importance of .Waste Pa per to .Munitions Stressed IT PAUL MANNING Service Staff Correspondent X5N" — Submarines are the dangerous branch of military Winston Churchill. There has s a twcp-thirds turnover, of Bri- j^tisrY crews- since war began. ,% An> undersea captain and crew fear ^swift-ftyinff patrol bombers more than destroyers. It is almost impossible <6 spot a plane through a periscope until the> craft is, practically overhead. A destroy&r;, crulier or battleship can, of course, be seen clear v to the horizon. _ Depth charges are not the terror. , which many Believe them tff be For submarines are stronger today than during the last war and unless a depth charge explodes practically on a submarine, fatal damage is seldom done. ••..One submarine captain told how y depth charge exploded forty feet away from^his ship; and it did little I more than, produce a severe jar. Night bltadhess.,is the* qccupational disease of'.' aw underwater crew: It costs more to feed' sub men, be' cause they,. are given special foods -'which ha^, a heavy vitamin content. In addition, .after each- trip the Mnen are given a series of ? ultra-violet giray sun treatments. . , Thirty-five thousand London children are making a house-to-house'col- election of scrap paper which will be 1 turned' over to the government as war salvage. One ton of this paper which they collect will make the -following; 1500 ; shell containers; 47,000 cartridge box- ,-'es; 47.000 shell caps or 11,000 mine Si assemblies. ' Egypt is now in the middle of. its greatest boom: The- British- government recently purchased its entire I cotton crop and this, coupled with I-the vast number of pounds and dol- i lars being tossed around by British • and American military units, has made | the country solvent. I The occupation of Syria, Iran and | Iraq and. the increasing willingness \ of Turkey to collaborate in trade ia I proving a. great, help to the new- I found prosperity. There has- been such a rush; of refugee girls into waitress and clerk.- HOPE STAK, HOP!, ARKANSAS House Favors Loan 500 Million to China WASHINGTON-(.ip)—With little de- Bate the house Wednesday passed and sent to the senate an authorization for 500 million dollar appropriations to aid China. The war fund would be administered by Secretary. Morgen- thau at the direction of" President Roosevelt. State Colleges (Continued From Page One) Oil and Gas (Continued From Page One) ing their last semester. Under the ruling adopted, t. .y senior who is drafted after having completed a minimum of seven weeks of his last semester, will be awarded his degree. 2. To cooperate with the State Department of Education, in determining the teacher training standards for the state: 3. To add to the curriculum courses designed to emphasize the American way of life, and to promote democratic citizenship. 4. To stress' slimmer terms, encouraging college students to continue their studies, and freshmen just ready to enter college, to enroll for the sessions beginning June It was generally agreed at the meeting that the colleges of the state, as a defense measure, should enlarge their physical education programs to include every Grant said. student enrolled, Dr. \mg jobs, [ year-old, vacated by native-born the 20^to-30- English girls , drafted into the services, that negotiations are now in. progress between IS EPILEPSY INHERITED? WHAT CAUSES IT? A booklet containing the opinions of fani». ous doctors on.thfs interesting subject will' besenr FREE, y»hile they last, to any reader writing to the tpucational Division, 535 Rfth Ave., New York, N. Y.. Dept.'H-137 Britain and the various Free foreign governments to curb this movement. Robert Donat is scheduled to play the lead in a film about the sinking of the Athenia. "Innocent Voyage" is the title now being considered and the picture will be made at Denham studios with the financial backing of MGM. In this war there appears to be no such thing as a non-military objective. Bombing the homes of the workers can produce just as serious results as bombing 1 the factory itself. In one English shipyard, production has never been able to climb above 65 per cent of. the, perfect mark reached for a period before the blitz raids of early 1941. The effect is still felt because so many working class families were forced to move so far from the shipyards that transportation entered the picture. Transportation and food pose the number one problem of British, industry. A plate riveter cannot work, extra hours, as formerly, because that time is now spent in coping with the problem of getting home. During- 1942 it: will be impossible to buy any gpld. article of more than 9 karats. London beauty specialists say that) women, preferring to save their small' quantities of lipstick and rouge for special parties and night-time "sorties," are using practically no day,time makeup. They say that a girl who works by day on an anti-aircraft battery still needs lipstick for courage when she enters a crowded drawing room with a. new boy friend. Strange Craft Sighted in Home Waters f —111-— ....... —'•...... ....••. Undivided one half interest in EM> SWVi Sec. 22; NWV, Sec. 27, Twp. 14 S.. Rge. 25 W. Warranty Deed, dated 8-14-1917, filed 2-4-42. 40 ncres-. W. M Smith, et ux. to S. B. Smith. SEVi NWVi Sec 26. Twp. 13 S., Rge. 25 W. Warranty Deed, elated 1-5-12, filed 2-4-42. Bertha C. Wnyrick, et al to Elvema Coats. Undivided interest in WVa SW'/. Sec. 16, Twp. 12 S., Rge. 24 Warranty deed, dated 10-31-38, filed 2-4-42, 2040 acres. H. L. Copeland to Z. A. Copeland. NWV 4 NEVt; SEVi NEVi; SVi NWVi; SW'4 SEVi: Sec 28.; SM> NEVi; SVa' SWVi; SEVi Sec 29; SVfe SEVi ec. 30; £>,{- NEVi: SWV 4 NE'-i; NWV 4 ; SEVi SWVi: E',<> SE^i v e «;, 31: N '* ; Wli SWV4: NEV -" sw Vi: NWVi. SEVi; EV4 SEVi Sec. 32; NWVi NEV 4 ; NEVi NWVi; WM> NWVr WM, SWVi. Sec. 33: EVa SEi 4 ; Sec. 17 all in Twp. 14 S., Rge. 23 W. Warranty Deed, Oil, Gas & Mineral Royalty, dated 10-21-36, filed 2-4-42. E. M. McWilliams, et ux to Geo W Waddle. Undivided one half interest NWV 4 SWV, Sec. 31, Twp. 12 S., Rge 23 W. 40 acres. Lafayette County Feb. 2, 1942 Prepared by Mrs. Eunice Trlplett Lewisville, Arkansas Royalty Deed: 1,512 Int., book R-7 page 24G, dated 1-24-42, recorded 2-242. L. A. Grelling, Jr. and wife to B. G. Byars. EVb of NEVi of Sec 6; WM> or WV=, and SEVi of SWVi, and SV2 of SEVi of Sec. 5; NVa of SEVi and EVs of NWVi, and NEVi of Sec. 8; all in Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1/1280 Int., book R-7, page 249, dated 1-24-42, recorded 2-2-42. L. A, Grelling and wife to B. G. Byars. All of Sec. 13: SVi of NEVi and Ny. of SEVi and NEVi. of SWVi of Sec ~14- all in Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West Royalty Deed: 1/768 Int., book R-7, page 250, dated 1-24-42, recorded 2-242. L. A. Grellinr and wife to B. G. Byars. NWV 4 and WVj of NEVi of Sec 15, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1/256 Int., book R-7, page 251, dated X-28-42, recorded 2-242. Gilbert S. Johnson, Jr. and wife to R. H. Venable. NVa of Sec. 13- SV 2 of NEV 4 , and NV' 2 of SEVi and NEVi of. SWV 4 of Sec. 14; and N% of NEVi of Sec. 9; all in Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 200/12232 Int., (10 royalty acres-, book R-7, page 252, dated 1-23-42, recorded 2-2-42. Julia Meek to H. R. Stroube. WVa of ... of Sec. 3, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1/64 Int., (10 royalty acres-, book R-7, page, 253, dated l-i""/i. 28-42, recorded 2-2-42. Gilbert S. John- ! Sec - 8 STORIES IN STAMPS Wednesday, February 4,1942 No Hero's Medal, but a T-Bone, Maybe 3 * A.*-*"*- V • • • * * • »V •«•••••••* ^^j^g^^fe® jsAuduUibuui \-y- wsr^ being a part of the NWV 4 of NWVi of Sec. 1C, and 8.13 acres being a part of the E'.A of NWVi of Sec. 10, all in Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1,14 Int., (10 royalty acre&), dated 2-2-42, filed 2-2-42. Leo Robins and wife to F. E. Nolen. SEVi of SEVi, NWV 4 of SE'/ 4 and SW'/ 4 of NEVi, and SVfe of NEVi of SEVi of Jr., and wife to R. H. Venable. of NEVi of Sec. 16, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1/640 Int. (2 royalty acres-, book R-7, page 254, dated 127-42, recorded 2-2-42. R. S. Randolph and wife to L. G. Stubbs. SEy 4 of Sec. 10, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1/160 Int., book R-7, page 255, dated 1-26-42, recorded 2-242. R. S. Randolph and wife to L. Twp. 15 S., "Rge, 24 West; 11.78 acres 15 S., Rge. 23 West. Royalty Deed: 1/28 Int., (5 royalty acres), dated 2-2-42, filed 2-2-42. Leo Robins and wife to George S. Wylie ££1/4 of SEVi. NWVi. of SEVi, and SWVi of NEVi, and S'.<. of NEVi of SEVi. of Sec. 8, Twp. 15 S., Ri>e. 23 West. Royalty Deed: 1/28 Int., (5 royalty Robins ami wife to F. Y. Trimble trustee. SE 1 /] of SEVi, NWVi of and'SWVi of NEVj. nnd SVfe of How Low Is Your Supply of Stationery and Printed Forms? Better call us now before your supply is completely exhausted LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS ENVELOPES SALES TICKETS STATEMENTS BILLING SHEETS al. £ SE and NE NE Sections 14 and) 23, Twp. 14, Rge. 23. | Be Particular About Your Printing — We Are HOPE STAR Commercial Printing Deportment Phone 768 Assignment O. & G. Lease, ...„. 1-31-42. Sinclair Prairie Oil Company from J. B. Zick et ux. SW SE in See. 30, Twp. 14, Rge. 22. O. & G. Lease, filed 1-31-42. J. B. Zick from B. E. Brockman et ux. Sec. 17 and 18, Twp. 14, Rge. 22. O. & G. Lease, filed 1-3-42. Paul McDaniel from O. D. May. E NW NW Sec. 16, Twp. 14, Rge. 22. O. & G. Lease, filed 1-28.-42. C. R. Hamilton from J. A. Carlton et nl. SE NE and NE SE, Sec. 29, Twp 13 Rge. 22. Assignment O. & G. Lease in sections 34 and 26 and 27, Twp. 13, Rge. 22. Walter Keith from Leo Whitehur- set et ux. Royalty Deed: filed 1-31-42. Marcusc Justiss from C. C. Henry et ux. NW NW Sec. 22, Twp. 12, Rge. 20. , O. & G. Lease, filed 1-31-42. Hunt Oil Company from Lloyd Faugh t et nl. SW NW and SE NE. Sections 16 and 17, Twp. 14, Rge. 22. Royalty Deed, recorded 2-2-42. Shelton- H. Goodwin from Wong Hing. SE . 22 and NE , ..„.. 23. Mineral Deed, filed 2-2-42. Creole Glnsscock from W. W. Wren Frnc NW SE Sec. 5, B 22. Release of O. & G. Lease of record in Section 21, Twp. 14, Rge. 21. S. 11. Comer Jr., pt ux from L. A.'Longino et ux. Lion Oil and Refining Co from Myrtle Wheelington. Filed 1-31-42. S NW :md NW NE in Set. 10, Twp. 15, Rge. 23. Our Daily Bread (Continued From Page One) 23 West. Royalty Deed: 1/24 Int., (5' royalty acres), dated 1-31-42, filed 2-2-42. Leo Robins and wife to W. M. Cox. WM; of SWVi and SEVi of SWVt of Sec" 6, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1/32 Int. (35 royalty acres), dated 1-29-42, filed 2-2-42. J. M..Nicholas and wife to L«o Robins- "•"""• «-»"""*vm nun SEVi of SEVi, NWVi of SE%, and SWVV £E> Sec - :i5 ' Tw P- K of NEVi, and SVj of NEVi of SEVi of NE Sec - 2 > Tw P- lr >Sec. 8, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 2?. West. ™ ' T *—' " !1 Royalty Deed: 1/28 Int. (5 royalty acres), dated 2-2-42, filed 2-2-42. Leb Robins and wife to W. M. Cox SEVi of SEVi, NWVi of SEVi. and SWVi of NE'/i, and S',4 of NEVi of SE'/ 4 of Sec. 8, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 23 West Royalty Deed: 1/128 Int., dated 18-42, filed 2-2-42. L. A. Grelling and wife to Mary John Grelling. WM- of SE'/ 4 of Sec. 4, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West Royalty Deed: 1,64 Int., dated 1-2442, filed 2-2-42. L. A. Grelling Jr and wife to Mary John Grelling £'/• of NEVi of Sec. 11, Twp. 15 S., Rge" Rovalty Deed: 1,64 Int., dated 1-2212, filed 2-2-42. L. A. GrellinR and wife to Mnry John Grelling. E 1 *. of NE'/, of Sec. 16, Twp. 15 S., Rgc 24 West. Royalty Deed: 222.192000 Int datfd 1-27-42, filed 2-2-42. A. M. Shirey Jr and wife to E. M. AndPi-son ami's Sue Andersen. NWVi and WVi of NEV ( of Sec. 15, Two 15 S.. Rae. 24 West Rovr.lty Deoil: 1 320 Int., dated 1"7-42. filed 2-2-42. A. M. Sl.iruy Jr '•nd wiff to R. M. Anderson and SUP ^ndfi-Kon. SWVi: and SWVi of NEVi of Sec. 10, Two. 15 S.. Hee. 24 West Royalty Deed: 222 320,000 Int., dated 1-27-42. filed 2-3-42. A. M. Shirey Jr and wife to E. M. Anderson and Sue •\ndom, n . w >,<.-; ,-uid Sli of NEVi of "ec. 9. Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. O. & G. Lease: 10 yr. term, dntc-d 1-2G-42, filed 2-2-42. F. H. Nation* -md wife, and Cora Jeffus to C B burgess. SWVi of NEVi of Sec 8 Twp. 19 S., RHC-. 23 West. Assignment of O. & G. Lease: dat- -d 2-2-42, filed 2-2-42. C. S. Burgess o Gene Goff. SWV, of NEV, of Sec \ Twp. 19 S., Ree. 23 West. Rcyiilty Deed: 1.256 Int.. (5 royalty 'cresl, dated 1-23-42, filed 2-2-42 Vayno C. Creek and wife to Paul J ^enneKsey. SEVi of Sec. 10, Twp. 15 S ' ?eo. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1 1280 Int., (1 royally ere i. dated 1-29-42, filed 2-2-42. C ~'. Critts and wife to C. C. Harmon EVi of Sec. 10, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 Royalty Deed: 1.75'1COO Int, dated '-29-42, filed 2-2-42. C. D. Crites and vife to C. C. Harmon. SWVi and SE'-i jf NWVi of Sec. 11, Twp. 15 S., Rge. Royalty Deed: 1.256 Int.. (5 royalty cresi, dated 1-28-42, filed 2-2-42. ^aul J. Ffnnessey and wife to C. '. Harmon. SE'i of See. 10, Twp. 15 :.. R>;e. 24 West. the senator say outright what he implies:, namely, that nobody is thinking about it? He knows better. He knows very well that the War Department is thinking furiously about it. One wonders if- this senator would- like to assume personal responsibility for sending transports into Manila Bay through the Japanese naval screen that hangs'like a chnin from Wake, Guam and the.Japanese mandated islands past New Guinea, Bor,neo, SaraviaK'.arid'iInelo-CKina to Hong Kong. Probably he would not. Yet in implying that Army and Navy authorities have not even, considered the prospects, he suggests that they should. ", ••• " •• The country has a right to expect that the War and Navy Departments will take every possible step to re- lievo MacArthur and the whole .situation in the Far East that offers better Ihnn a 50-50 chance of gaining more than it ; loses. Should it ever develop that less than this was done, somebody will sweat for it. But merely to jump up and down .shouting "Why doesn't Somebody DO something!" is of no help. All this is better understood by 95 per cent of the- American people than by certain members of the .senate. Many n "sugar daddy" probably is just n plain sap. Turkey Guards Vital Black Sea Gateway A NARROW lake 18, miles long •**-and iv mile wide seems clesline'd to pluy a large purl in World War II, just as it did n quarter cen- tUry ago when Tur.kislv belligerency in the first World War closed the Bosporus to Russian traffic and bottled up the Czarist navy. Pictured on the stamp above, issued in 1913, the Bosporus lias ooc'ii a source of Turkish strength Tor MO years and an object ot Russian ambition equally as long. A:lso shown on the stamp is Rurheli Hissur, Mohammed's "European Castle," which in the 15th century kept Black Sea grain from rcucliing besieged Constantinople. The Bosporus is threatened by German occupation of Rumania, only -a few hundred miles from the Marmora-Dardanelles wuter- ivay. H is the northern connecting link between the Black Sea nncl the Mediterranean, The southern door to the Black Sea is the 35-mile-long winding waterway of the Dardanelles. Between the Bosporus and the Dardanelles is the Sea of Marmora, an area of water about half the size of Lake Erie. Only through these two narrow straits, at no point more tlian four miles wide and strongly defended, can world shipping reach' the oil and lumber ports of Rumania, the Bcain ports of the Ukraine, the oil ports ot the Caucasus, and the trade ports of Istanbul (Constan-; tinpple). Famous Choir (Continued From Page One) mg field as a profession. All through his high and preparatory school study, although nctive in many music.il or- ganisations, his aim hud always been electrical engineering. HUNTINGTON, W. Vn.-(f)-Tige, a dog, became a pnrliculnr hero aronnd <$ the Chester White household because 0 *38 of the rubber shortngo. Tige chased |V«, n thief who was making oft with a ifffK tir from the White garage, forcing him.to drop it in flight. What this country needs is buttons on littk' kids' shirt sluoves that won't hurl their noses. nrnl in the shoi'l spticc of three weeks. his choice of life 'work was changed'" and the young man went' west instead of wist. To quote Mr. MacCollin himself on the subject, "I have al- woys been thankful that my hobby beonine my voenlion. I think'l would have made » good electrical eiigineer-£j, but I doubt if I would have line) so much fun or found r,o many opportunities for service as in the field of music." ' •'You cnn easily clmngo tho gasping misery of a, head cole! Into relaxing comfort If you use Mentholnlum. Simply Insert Mcntholittum In your nostrils tirra mnsmme your forehend and temples with It. Tills will quickly relieve the sniffling, stuffiness, sneez-' Ing, runnlti[;.iMeutholutum will also soothe the (iTUntecl nostrils, allay tho soreness, swelling, Itching, redness, and recluco the feellnis of fullness In your head—-also the necessity for continuous blowing. Jars or tubes, 30o. MENTHDLATUM Plumbing Repairs Harry W. Shiver Plumbing Phone 259 309 N. Main RADIOS - BATTERIES BICYCLES and AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES BOB ELMORE'S AUTO SUPPLY Bob Elmoro, Owner Paul MacCollin With his plans all laid to enter Drexel Institute in Philadelphia an opportunity presented itself to attend Oberlin Conservatory of Music, WANT A PIANO? This Model $365 cosh or terms: $36.50 Down 519.38 Monthly. Drop us a card for Catalogs and full information. Quality makes by STE1NWAY, HA CABLE, WURLITZER. 200 E. Bronti Tcxarkana, Ark. Used I'iinios, $75 up. .Terms Nevoda County Fel'-rujir.v !i, Hlli hy Miss Helen Hesterley Asfienmenl Oil and Gas Lease, fil- , -d 1-:'1-J2. Mapnolia Petroleum Co i'lorn A. C. Taylor et ux. E, SW of Sec. 25, T'.vu. M, R./e. 23. O. & G. Lease, filed 1-31-42. J. E. Childe-rs from W. S. McKiisack et ux. Fractional NW SE and NE SW £ec. 32, Twp. 14, Rge. 23. O. & G. Lease, recorded 1-31-42, C. i./ • \ ' v. With a bottle of ice-cold Coca-Cola in your hand, you ore all set to enjoy f/ie real thing — the delicious taste you want, the after-sense of refreshment you like, the quality you, and mil* lions of others, have come to welcome. 6OTUED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMCANY BY COMPANY 114 VXEST 3/d. You trust its quality (V , - - • o

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