Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 16, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 16, 1939
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Hope 9 star r . -» of Hope. 1899; Press. 1927. Consolidated January it, 1929 ^_O Justice, DeliverTky Herald From False Report: Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc C. E. Palmer and Alex. H. Washbiirn. at the Star building. 212-214 South walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, PresMenJ ALEX. If. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher Political Announcement (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—-Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. The Star Is authorized to nn- noimce «i« following cnmtlilntrs subject to the action of the Ucmo- cnillc city primary election Tups- t*nj, November 2S, ISM; For City Attorney "E. F. M'FADDW LAVVSON E. GLOVER Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier ner H 'ikrST m °" thT6 ^ : one W" * 8 ' M - B-V "»«. «n HempsLd. Nevada! » Howard. MiUer and UFayette counties. $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. •ad ay, Npyente-16,193.9 -nrrt Associa t«« *«w* The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the iu» for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein' th fl n^ a S n / rJbUteS - E<C " ?'; arge Wi " "* Inade KB" *•">»"*• ««nto rf thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed Commercial fZrTST h ° Wf t0 tWs P 2! iCy in the " ews col " mns to krt«i the-rTeader nr^o , flT of . space - tata "S memorials. The Star disclaims raponaibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Changing the Patch-Work Quilt of Western Farms kaleidoscope, the pattern of farmlands in (he south and middle west - - ear - by - vear - Lai"! th «t once sprouted cotton has been converted into pasturage Corn arens have been turned over to hay. Oats and alfalf territories suddenly blossomed out with sugar cane It looks ns if -ill the hi west of the Mississippi has suddenly gone crazy . But it hasn't. In fact, never before has the' production of the soil bee so carefully planned as it is today. Agricultural colleges, co-operative nm .agencies and the U. S. Department of Agriculture «re working ™he farm ^*, e ^i'""'" " b '<T "« **?<?" >»^>e 1—fit from** .und itdi ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER • "The Afore You Tell the Quicker You ScM" • " You Can Talk to Only One Man 0 Want Ads Talk to Thousand* SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Waal Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Photo Rates are tor continuous tnacrHoha only. c,,, P s , w t and will be marketable at a rea«,i H ,bl I-arge areas have been taken over in many states for experiments with thi «« methods of crop rotating. Soil erasion is being checked. Wr." weVr ,, c "" l '"">• '-nit ti n t Mhe sane" ,e±. S ±± t "°lu 1W; ' yS beC ," " a ? lpereCl - 'Before the days of dust bowls ant alonged drouths, the farmer was generally i the same places, or at best use only UK If things went bncl occasionally, the lapse on Providence. There was no a , Untie to do so. ' ea S °" " ot . 'By 1932 die farm situation was decidedly in ill health. Studies were made and soil experts presented various recommendations. On twoRotate n^rlv THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. MEO.'u. *. >AT. Off on Page One 1. ibi Moiitfcal. Que. li. (el) New Brunswick. N. J. o. (») Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 4. (el Omaha. Nt-b. ;i._ibi HHaHneivor, N. H. the tonsil. Here, again, there is dnn- the alxst-c.ss passing its contents into the Uirge blooel vessels unless there is prompt treatment. In general il is not customary to! attempt removal of the tonsils while the abscess is present because of the inflammation, and also beciui.se there may be meire bleeding as a result of the inflammation than thcrrr would be if the tonsils W ere removed <),„•. mg a quiescent period. H is customary to wait until the tissues have healed, following the opt-nintf of the abscess, anel then to i:Uui complete removal of the tonsils to prevent appearance of new abscesses. If this is not dune, there may E.O moit- abscesses, resulting from the- conditions that led of the first abscess. For Sale TOR SAl,E--Two Pointer Bird Dogs 17 mul 22 months old. J. M. Downs, Bodi'aw, Arkansas. S-fitp Wanted WANTED PRCANS~We pay prici-.s fur Pecans. McRne Mill St Feed ^ 0-17-1M WANTED TO BUY-We pay imw> for gooel Used furniture, stove's, rugs, etc. sec us before you buy or sell Kniukliu's furniture' Store." 112 So. Wanted to Rent For Rent TOR RENT-Iron clml warehousc- 50x100. Accessible to truck or Iniin Dorsey. McRae. ll!-,')tp WANTED utifiimishivl tiou. Write ROOM FOff HKNT- -Large room ov Biirtigo, with or without meals, half bath. Mrs. S. R. Young, 401) West Division, phone 71. FOtt RENT-t; r,, U ni brick Iwelling. 515 East Third St. White, Phone 158. FOI{ RENT-Fi-mil home, to working Too Lntc John, who wns visiting in a distant city, received n telegram from his wife rending, "John, remember you are n married man." His nnswer read: "Telegram received too late." , ' An Impromptu His flivver skipped ami died As those (hings often elo A passing preacher kindly nskt What can I do for you? Nothing sir, the driver saiel Won't do no good jo pr»y And you're no man to'help riie. think Of words I've got to say. A ship of 1.000 tons can carry a equal The World wnr cost Ilio Uitl%l States over 50,000 men killed in nctinn, 2.'Mi,000 wounded, !i7,»'jO tlcail of iliseiiM- and li.5011 dt-iitl of other causes. WTDUR^AY and Winter leading mere every community THERE'S ABSOLUTE PROOF OF HIS SUCCESS AMD OUR FAILURE -YOU GOT TO BE COLD- BLOODED/ I COULDN'T EVEC SELL AAV' DOG MY BEST FRIEND/' THAT GUY'P SELL HIS MOTHEC'S CHAIR..' / YF:H, BUT HIS / MOTHER VVOLILP HELP HIM .SELL I (T--/VMNE WOULD HAVE ME IN TH' ,,. , WHEEL CHAIR. IP 4/; 7 ' I DID THAT .' vDUfc •}'•//'. BACKGR.OLANO '; D tiKNT -Nice fi oii.so. Permanent O. Box W. IIHM- 7lf to ,|,e formation ..... . By DB. MORRIS FISHBED4~ Mttnr. Awn.] of the American Medical ASMdaM*. u « * Hyiela, the Health Magazine, ,,t Quinsy, Associated Witor^ils; ^nj d Bc Treated ''' Most people know something "a- toiut toasilliUs, but few people as- .wciate quinsy with the tonsils. (Quinsy i i- the formation of an abscess in ? the itssues around the tonsil. When the abscess forms, there • is ' also swelling of the uvula, which; is the little structure that hangs'; down from the "roof of the mouth! toward the, tonkue, and also a swel-'i ling oi the soft plate. In some in- i stances ihe abscess becomes- more"' and more distended with inflamatory' material and may burst into the tissues. It is much better to have the ab- cess opened by a doctor as soon as the nature of the condition is apparent. In that way the, pus and infectious material- can be taken out of the body rather than pass into an area m which the material may be absorbed. The opening of such an ab- i-scess, when the tissues have thinned and softened, is not difficult and is requently, done without an anesthetic. The abscess will pop like a pimple that is ready to** birrst. There are ottier cases in which the abscess forms in -the tissue belo HORIZONTA -'. 6 Pictured tr-nnis playc-r ! 1 I.fiVf-. '•'•'• Mfddny. i -! DiVignf-ts. ,!fi To carol. n Ora» v.'lio ran" .nv/ay." 1!) Ir-Itii:n, '!(}. Jev.vl. Answer to Previous Puzzle . '-'•'i C)rg;in of . . 28 insect 29 Pf-n.-.he-i. : 30 To carry hiurden:,. • 1 Fence bar. 33_Water main connections. 35 .Siniei^-. •'>V To .'•J'-Strecl. •iO (,'ulor. T! To implore •Hi Not MI much. 4? At thir: lime. 48 To depart by boat, 4.9 This '•hympion Js only 19 y«irs old. SO He is the of the American . •J3 Prevaricator. . 4 To bo;i.st. 5 Taxaceous t ree. 7 Within. 8 Believer in the go.spt-L STo )c;,\-e. 10 Trapped, 12 To jeer. ITiTree. 16 To amaze. 18 Obliterations 20 Forcible- restraint ot speech. _,. 23 One who praises. 21 To encircle. 25 To restrict, 20' Lava. 27 Hails. 28 Flour box. 29 To refute. 30 VVagf-r. 'i2 Busy insect. 'M Dread. 3-1 To loiter. 3<; Violent 38C:t,pij|.;e spoon. 41 Hiiir ribbon tie. • iruint-y. 4-1 .Mountain _ I'angt- puas. Ifi Behold. "!7 Chaos. 18 Note irt scale. Russia Secretive to Foreign Convoys American Experience No Different, From Other Nations' WASHlNGTON~^i H | l)Ublot|lv the oughest. most ' depressing and dis- ppoinling of all diplomatic posts is lat of Ambassador Steinhardt in Mos- ow, but expert opinion is that his •ouble over tl, 0 City of Flint was 0 greater than that confronting earl- er diplumal-s. The subject was more uporlunt. and for that reason there; uieloin talk th;it. lit- may be called i uck' for "consultation" a.s u nifjins 1 expressing U; S. displeasure ;,t IP cavalier Soviet manner. Publicly, ihe state department ex- ibiled il.s displeasure at tin- refusal the Soviet's government to per- nt Ambassador Steinhardt to talk to Captain Brainard of the City of Flint while it was at Murmask. Privately, it was recognized in some quarters that the incident was only an addition --even, if a large OIK—to n .series I t.f vexing incidents that have charactci ' i/od Russia's eolations with foreign governments. • ; Keeji.'j Iiifni-mutioii to Herself To begin will,, R L ,. sli i a i,., s atloptetl a policy e,f letting outside governments know just a.s JittJc as possible of what is going on in the huge expanse of territory with its 160,- COl-,000 or more people. She has iniiv irnized the importance of foreign missions in Moscow, hamstrung their activities and kept them as dependent as .she could upon the Soviet's own pipe lines of information. This government has been no worse treated than any othei. perhaps a shade belter than, some. The U. S. embassy, along with other Icreign embassies, is strictly limitetl a.-: to the space it may occup in Moscow. It 'can't "shop around" for additional ,„• diferenl quarters. It take what the government allows' In-Washington an embassy can rent or buy what and where it pleases. Limited Living Quarters Tlie U. S. embassy is quartered in a fairly good .seven-story building where all but one t;r two of the 31- employes of the embassy not only work, hut live. The building is only two rooms tleep, from to back, and contains 81 rooms. Four upper floors arc livin" quarters. Three lower floors are officers. The ambassador has a residence elsewhere in the city. It is considered the best of any ambassador in Moscow. So crowded ure living quarters for Ihe staff Uuit few but bachelors art- assigned to the U. S. embassy. Married couples art- transferred if babies come. Permission must be obtained for.long distance telephone calls. Diplomats S!'-'t permission readily evcept in such instances as the Flint, where tie-lays seemed endless. Steinhardt finally got calls through to Murmask but could nr.l talk to the Flint's captain. Sometimes a e-ifll from Moscow to Pans can be put through in 20 minutes. Secretary Hull once said it might take most of ;, day to get through lo Moscow from Washington. Non- fficial callers must tell the subject •I calls before ihey are put through -oviet police listen in on such a large percentage of tele-phone calls that nobody with good sense transmits other thun routine messages that way. Lack of facilities is considered to ? at. least half to blame for delays Red tape in handling calls explain* much of UK- rest. Cbi»:iiJuf|..s Closed Only a few months ago. foreign g, JV - frrr.rm-nts were ordered to close con- lar posts in -M Russian cities ex- •ept Moscow. Russia continues to operate hers in the U. S. and in other -outlines, but. wants no leaks of in- "imalion out of her own interior • itifx. Japan, China, and Turkey alone "ere. allowed lo keep certain con- ular pej.st-s. diplomats here say that few Soviet ificiid,, will giv t . out information, -lie diplomat observed that it was cru«:>" to consult those who would 'Ik, for if their statements differed /ith lbt.se officially giver, out. they •ould fae-e frightful punishment. Il tries the .soul of foreign service rnployes to work under such con- H'f'iis. but il i/; the Russian way. You can collect $500 ii you capture ••py in the United Siali.-.s—.sumewha '-:-. ibii; a good -.i/ed Lank iiiyl.t. Offered SERVICES OFFERED-See Hempstead Maltvess Simp, 712 West Fourth, rebuilt. Phone Paul Sept. 2G 1M for new ant Cobb B58-.I SPECIAL—Guaranteed $2.50 p t -~ II; S.1.50 pernijinents $2.50. Beau'ty Shop, 119 Front Ifi-3tc FOR White • Stnt ' ( - Way Lost ..i^^^tj:—!^"/-^^,,-;;;;.,-,,,, I'limted. Best oats we ever rai-eel w-is sown December S. We have the best jjeeel you can buy, Fcrgucrson No -W2 recleaned SO ct'iits per buslicl Hop,, old. Two inch .scar on right side of throat. Weighs about SO or <)0 pounds. Answers by the name of Buck Liberal reward. B. F. Willin fi ham. Gurdon. Ark. Phoiii- IS or 20S. KJ.;J U . ' YES, I'LL SELL EITHER ONE OR BOTH- BUT I'LL HAVE TO GET SIX POLLARS FOR. OME AMP FIVE FOR TH' SPOTTED ONlE ,-<,om innce | 1K ly or couple. E r | K j ngtoll liKNT Plenty ,,f ,.,„„„ fol . I'Uiposes at Franks Fruit TOR R10NT- (i Mi<ltllebrook.s Ci 20-Hii.v Life Policies. §10011 up. Ages >pe Ark. !l yrs with Reliance Life. Oct 27-1 m. ! WARNING—No ! passing on my fa hunting or tres- n. Koonce Farm. IS-Up INFLUENCE BOOTS AND HER~BUDD Enough Is Enough ALLEY OOP No Candy for Ooola? WELL.ALLEX YOU GOT YOUR ARMOR. ALL RIGHT By V. T. Hamlin I SUPPOSE THAT StSfflj-**®^*! THOUGHTFUL PEE.50N HE IS —I WISH HE'D TOSSED IN A BOX OF CIGARS WHILE HE WAS ABOUT VEH. 1 DMslGED IF I, . •DIDN'T SOME SERVICE, EH, OOP? HE TOSSED IT Look Out, Uncle Link By Roy Crane I D LIKE TO BUV CHOCOLATE CAK PLEASE JUST A MIMUTE.LADV: WE'RE HAMDLIUS THE BUSIUESS AFFAIRS OF ,-AR TUBBS ,. - THIS I BROUGHT VOL) A CAVCE.MR.TUBBS. i PVDW'T DREAM VOU HAD COMPAUV WHY, MRS. 6LIMT .O ' HOW KIWD! HOW THOUGHTFUL! OH, 1 ADOBE TO COOK. AMD THERE'S THAT DEAR, LONELV WR.-UBBS J THOUflHT. HE'S AUWAVS POIN6 SUCH MICE THIM6S fOK OTHER PEOPLE I'fA 601U6 TO BE -DlFFEREkST AMD SOWETH1M6 MICE FOR \j\ I VOU KUOW HOW DEEPLY TOUCHED. AFFAiR,yoUWfi NAAM ' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Backs to the Wall By Merrill Blosser WELL, MOW LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE / YOU'VE TALKED k us CLEAR. BACK -TO OUR ^ OWN FOUR-YARD LIME/ . .. ^ DOWN, TWIDDLE -THUMBS/ YOU CANT CALL ME THAT/ BREAK UP/ AHEAD PENALIZE us Bur YOU CAN'T GIVE us FIVE YARDS, BECAUSE WE HAVEN'r GOT FIVE- YARDS / ONE MORE WORD our OF YOU , AMD YOU LEAVE 1 THE FIELD / HALF , THE DISTANCE to THE GOAL- LINE.' I'LL SETTLE FOR. Two YARDS/ RED RYDER By Fred Harman VJAS SHO ND, BUT .NOT NOW VOU'K/vlOW WHY CALLEO LUCKY

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