Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 24, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE-TWO HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 'Thursday..iAngii9 Hope Star o* Hope, 1899; Press, 192T. ConiolkHtea nflMfy 1* O Ju»tic«, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! Published every w**k-day afternoon oy Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. B. Palmer & Alex. H. Washblim, at The Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. ; *" ' C. E. PALMER, Prerfdeni ALEX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Pqbllshet (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Bate (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week I5c; per month «5c; one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Mill?r and LaFayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member ol The Associated Press: The Associated rress is exclusively entitled to the use lor 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 afl tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or m«»torials, concerning 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 tBe lafe-keeplng or return of any Unsolicited manuscripts. •*"~* Safeguarding U. S. Lifeline Begins at Once It is good to learn that the construction of the third set of locks of the Panama Canal is to begin at once. More and more it is apparent that the Canal Zone i* the jugular vein of the United Stats. In any "new Munichs" that might be attempted in South America, the Catial is vital. In any quick shfit of naval force Irrtrt east to west, or west to east coasts, tho Canal is vital. No pains ought to be spared to make it secure. A new military road into Panama, new air fields, new complements of troops, and other defense measures lire to be provided ns fast as possible. When the Panama Canal was opened in 191-t. it was not only a wonder of die modern, of the modern world, but its facilities were considered ample. Today even those marvelous locks, which operate with such precision, are barely big enough.The great British battleship Hood, passing through the Canal, overhung the edges of the locks, and even knocked off n few lampposts in making the transit. Bigger ships are to cc/m'e. * '' So purely from the standpoint of facilities, the new locks will be a good thing. But there is another aspect. In this day of undeclared wars, it is generally presumed that the first notice the United Stales would have of u war on it by any other country would come in the form of an attack without warning on the Canal. This could come either.by air, or by the blowing up in the locks of a foreign ship making the transit. Either, if lucky carried out, might block the Canal for many months. . The new locks, when completed, will be understood to be for the use of U. S. naval vessels in general, with such exceptions as the military authorities might make. In time of crisis, none but U. S. naval ships would probably be allowed:in them at all. That would eliminate the chance of blowing up u vessel and blocking them. Of course the new locks, while close enough to the n«w locks, while close enough to the old ones to be protected by many of the same aerial defenses, would be far enough off to require two very lucky attacks to close the Canal rather than one. Every country in the two Americas may feel safer when this job is done. •But in addition, the Nicaraguan plan has not been abandoned. A commission of eight experts is on the way to that country to survey a moderate-draft canal and parallel highway system for that country. Tin's survey results from recent conversations between President Somoza and President Roosevelt at th,e White House. This wwuld not be, at least immediately, a deep-draft canal that would handle the largest vessels, but it might afford some shallow-draft transit at . comparatively small expense, and the beginning of what might later be made •into a second Isthmian waterway. All the American nations, and especially, of course, the United States, thus show that they are alert to the problem of hemisphere defense, and that they do not propose to neglect them while the world continus in its present jittery condition. I ED • """~ "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • • You Can Talk to Only One Man • Want Ads Talk to Thousand* SELL-RENT BUY OR SWA? All Want 44s cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3%c word, minimum JOc Six times—«e word, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum J2.70 _^ Rates are for continuous inse'rtions only. * THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. RSQ. U. B, PAT. Off By DR. MORRIS F1SHBEIN Editor, Journal of the' American Medical AsseeJaMoa, m»4 *l Uygelo, the Health Magazine Now Drug Offers Relief, .Cure to Patients With Weakening Muscles One of the most serious diseases that affects human beings is myas- theimt gravisi, which produces u characteristic weakening of tlie muscles of the body, ending in .some cases , in complete disability. In many instances the first sign iif ihi:; ilevelopiiift weakness of the muscles is a drooping of the eyelids, which may bo.^in on one .side or on l.ulli, similhiiH-ou-sly. ;md which nmy al.su produce to some extent double vision. This may be tin- only weak- ness of the muscles thnt will be observed. There is a tendency for the weakness to become more pronounced toward tho end of the day. The drooping of the eyelids is much worse at night than it is in the morning. If the rest of (lie face is involved early in the condition, the facial ( xpi-ession will become dull, and there is inability lo close tho eyes tightly or to separate the teeth widely. Associated with the effects on the muscles of the face there is difficulty in chewing, and there mny be in- iiljility to hold the jaw up. A characteristic appearance of .such u patient indicates him sealed, holding tho lower jaw ii|> will) (he fist, with the face expressionless, and the eyes either paitiiitly or completely closed. As the neck muscles become involved, there is n tendency of the head lo drop over. As the muscular weakness spreads, (lie person affected may have trouble getting up or sitting down. Fortunately, this disease seldom attacks young people, and is seen more commonly in people beyond HO years of age. Fur many years medicine had little in the way of help for patients suffering from this serious disability. Now n new drug, protigmine, has been applied. Its effects on the disease are so rapid and complete thai some authorities recommend that it be tried even when (hero is doubt the existence of such a condition. Relief of the symptoms by the flru.U indicates Unit the diagnosis is cor- rect. One group of investigators reported 2H cases dented with the now drug, in which there was only one death. Thnt occured in the case of a patient who did not tnke the ilosnge of the drug that had been prescirbed for him. Medicine is exctodinly forulnate when drugs with such specific powers are discovered and properly applied in diseases. Obviously drugs of this type are powerful, and ther successful use is dependent on uccurute diagnosis of exactly what is wrong with the patient. These drugs can- nut lie taken except with the advice anil prescription of u doctor wh understands the nature of the disease. Dr. J. D. Johnson I; *• *• JP Announces HIP opening of offlcMji •J First National Hnnk Building ^ Ji Prarllcp Umltcil lo J« Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. I- READ AND ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER Question tin VIIKI* One 1. Louis HuyWiird, romantic leads. 2. Ann Sheridan, oomph gii'l. gangster's moll. 3. Jack Benny, comedy roles. •I. Ginger Rogers, daiK-ing star. 5. Jimmy Catjney. ganstei type-. G. Jean'.'ttt 1 MncDoit.dd, .Mii;iiiu; For Sale KOR SALE: Clint? I'eache; Vfu- bushel. Call Kili.-v l.ewallen .'HI WANT-ADS OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS f'OH SALE: New and used Furni- I ture. big .stock. Stoves, beds, tables, j .suits. See us for lowest prices. Franklin Furniture- Store. South Kim. 2- FOR SAi,lC: Buildim; lots, Piano, typewriter, dining table. See Mrs W. W. Duckett. V£> South Elm. 2-l-:it FOR SALE-1U31 Model A Ford | Coupe, cleanest job in town. Kd Percell, one and half miles on Washington highway. XJ-.'it-p. i Notice Advertising in the Hope Star has sold , over 48 pans, but we still have some left. If you are still raising cane cull Halliburton Sheet Metal Works. We have 'cm any size. Also yin parts, made to your deminsions. ili-tit ! E<5 AD, SIR, REGRET THE INTRUSION!, BUT COULD 1 BORROW .YOUR NEWSPAPER, TO PRESHEU UP A BIT OM TDREI6M e/,CMAkk5E QUOTATIONS'? WAR-KUMpAJ/w-w MY FIRM HAS* QUITE AM iMvesr- MEMT IM DECEMBER, RUBBER, AMD 1 AM ALSO A.K4VICUSTO =.TUOY THE TEE.MD OF THE THOUSAMPS TIED UP IM QUICKSILVER, X HOPE. YOU WILL. PARDOM MV APPAREMT EAOEI5WESS/ THE WAAAE IS HOOPLB y /V\A7JOR AMOS B. HOOPLE/ WOOPL6/ IS CER.TA1ULY, AM-ER, MY PEMDLE.TOU BOVS CAUL ME PEWUV PILCH -~6LAP TO MEET YOU — VOL) COM'T HAPPEN) TO SE OWE OF THOSe. BG IMTERKJATiCfJAL. I'VE BEEN IKJG SO MLCH ABOUT' — HAH A \~~ HAVE A, CIGAR? I I ASK VOU T'SCRAPE A \ LITTLE 6URMT TOAST AM' \ WHAT DO YOU PO 6UT 1 SCRAPE A HOLE CLEAM J THROLIGI-I IT/ / VKAH? WELL,DOMT FERGIT YOU BURtOED IT SLACK ALL 7H' WAV THROUGH/ We will continue our S.xll) One dul-! lar special through August . Shipley Studio. NOTICED—The Fines :,\viinrning pool j will remain open until September I. NOTICE: See New .World book Encyclopedia. Special now on. Callj phpne 169-J for upponitment. Mrs.' Edwin Dossett. 19-Ut-c Male Help Wanted Service* Offered SERVICES OFFERED-See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for new and re-built. Phone Paul Cobb G58-J. July2G-l m To my many friends and former customers. Every day except Mondays and Tuesdays, at Sibyl's Beauty Shop Mrs. B. C. Lewis. 23-3tp Wanted Wanted to buy: Wardrobe trunk, gee Jim Coolc. A and P Store, £i-:'.tp Help Wanted HELP WANTED: Cotton pickers wanted. Have 4 houses for them to live in. Want large families. A. N. Stroiul, Washington, Ark., 22-6t-p A SOLDIER PRESIDENT INSTALL A FLOOR FURNACE NOW—Special Discount EASY PICA TERMS HARRY W. SHIVER IPLUMBING PHONE 259 HORIZONTAL 118th U, S. A. President Answer iti Previous Puzzle 12 To crawl. 13 Female deer. 14 Rich milk. J6 Breakfast food. 17 King. 19 Concern. 20 Thing. 21 Archives. 22 Male cat. 23 Plural pronoun. 24 Fence door. 26 Toward. 27 Smooth. 28 While. 30 Large antelope. 33 Fruit. :<S Wheel hub. j£ Sound of i-urprjse. .17 tfainbow. 3¥ Cherry color. 10 To scatter fcsy. 41 All right. J2 Kiftd, ot pier. 43 Transactions. 45 Electric term. 47 Measure of length. 48 To capsize. 50 Quite. 52 Indian. C4 Microicopt lens. 57 Shoemaker'^ tool. 59 He was a« outstaiiding • leader in the Civil Wsr. CO He ^ General Lee's surrender. VERTICAL 1 Impels. 2 Lirnbs. 3 Affirmative. 4 Spain. 5 To elicit. C Song for oi\e voice. 7 Crystal gazer. H Red Cross. 9 Circle part. 10 Tidy. 11 Playing card. 12 Earwax. 15 He wrote his autobiography or 17 Plexus. 18 Road. Inner sole. 24 His military title. 25 Punishable with death. 27 To bathe. 29 Withered. 31 Want: 32 Swindler. 34 Naval officer assistant. 36 Hops kiln. 39 Orifice. 11 Egg. 43 Ready. 44 Rootstock. 46 Bartered. 47 Snaky /ish. 4 9 Frosty. 51 Lacquer ingredient. 53 Musical not*. 55 Sun god. 56 Preposition. 58 You and 1. If" You Want A Good Buy in ' See Our Stock | Hope Hardware Company T T Seven Long Years • Your [luc at II-UKI seven yeuis uf study to lii;; si'liuol t d u ctition Then In- .spends '-"it or more years in a hospital with little or no compensation. Is it not reasonable to believe that he is belter qualified to advi.se you in matters of heulll than your well-meaning friends who have not had thi.s educatior and experience? When you do no feel well there are two safe things, to do. First, consult your physician. Then bring his prescriptions to us for expert compoundin The leading "We've Got Jt" PHONE C2 Motorcycle OeJJwi-y PILCH 15 Ol LltJ£) UP AMOTHEt* 5OFT TOUCH ^^.THAT FAT GUV KEEP WIS WALLET BUKltD OR PILCH WILL OBBlMG A Pfc=W IM THE: BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN so THERE voo v SLisL-H : "M't^-4'-- '\ -III/ )' V ' ' ..<" ' f I f M^L-.-^-^ -«Al/-//b4r 1?^^',^ ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN UNDER THE SPELL OF THE FAIR HELEM OFTGOV-ALLEV OOP DECIDES AGAIMS.T AM IMMEDIATE "RE- TURK! TO THE TWENTIETH CENTUR.V WHAT WAN) CAM STA>JP AGAIM5T ME NOW? ISTH'STUPF/, WOW/ •'-•'•'••- /'i ^-i?^ 1 /^ r^i ^ ^ x ( -- -*- T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF By ROY CRANE Trouble Keep's Following Them WASH TUBES BUT VOU DOM'T UUOERSTA«0,HOMEVAPLEA^E,WoWEET, IM , AM I ? TAKE THAT, VOU FEMALE!AMD THAT, AWOTHAT! , WO HUBEV.VAW OLD BOV. UONE AT ALL SET WE THAT SECRET W WUUTES AUD EVEEV TVAV1GVU 6E PAMDV. PLEASE, RUSV, IF OULV VOU'LL 6WB WE A UTTLE TtWvE... WPPA-HUU A THE SECRET WOW. WE COM'T EVEM (T. _ COM'T SET THE IU TVOEWW W1NUTE%,HE... HE'LL KILL THAT'S THE WAV. BEAT 'EhA UP! IW. MEVJER THOUGHT \)AU HAO THE By MERRILL BLOSSER Smart Boy! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OMI60SH/ I JUST HAPPENED TALKIN6 TO THINK.'!! WITHOUT GIVING MATTER A SECOND THOUGHT , GOT INTO A DEAL WITH A ABOUT UNUSUAU HAPPENINSS / WHERE'D YOU GET THIS 7EM BUCK-S? THAT PUTS MILEAGE IN THE TANK/ AND X— I" WELL—I SOLD THE: . CARBURETOR! By FRED HARMAN Yaqui Goes for a Ride THANK.6 f&R. RED RYDER ou AV ME,6uT YOU MOT so ' PEDRO AMD ALREAW f&fl GOL.TJ TRAINS YOU'RE O?r-MN' WITH U

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