Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 31, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 31, 1939
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Hope Hope. 1899; Press, 1927. ConsoUcUttea January 18, lf» O Justice, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! Published every week-day afternoon t>y Star Publishing Co., lac, C. S. Palmer & Alex. H. Washburn, at The Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMEK, President ALEX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprlse Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week I5c; per month 85c; one year ?6.50. By mail, in Hempstend, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere |6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republicntion 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 an tributes, cards ol .- thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial news- i pipers hold to this polk-y in the news columns to protect their readers from n ' deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the ,'. tafe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. * •• " . i , We Are All In This Thing Together • The tax problem is certain to be one of the most important to come • before the. next Congress in January. Therefore it is a good sign to see that efforts ore already on foot to put as much common sense as possible . ' behind the tax revision that is certain next year. Acting Secretary of the Treasury Hanes has sent a letter to many prominent business men and organizations asking their help in a complete study of, the tax situation. "This is our common problem'," Hanes wrote, "and a successful effort toward its solution will depend largely on our mutual and :.. sympathetic understanding of the questions that confront both the government and the taxpayer,'' Now that is a very fine spirit in which to approach the problem of .. tnxation. After all. we are all in this thing together. The big manufacturer worried abpijt things like the undistributed profits tax just repealed, the small business man 'burdened with excessive bookkeeping and plaguoy small tax worries., the employed man goaded by a host of small and largely hidden sales ; taxes, and teh unemployed 'man keeping himself afloat on relief or work projects — they are all in a very veal sense in the same boat. >. • The miseries of all of them are due to the single cause of the breakdown of the economic machine. Each is carrying and must carry his peculiar bur; den, for none can recover until all recover together. It recalls Franklin, who . urged his . fellow-rebels to unity during revolutionary days by saying "If we don't all hang together, we shall assuredly all hang separately." The tax burden is not going to be appreciably lower in any near-term future. The national debt, the state and municipal debts, are facts and not theories. They must be paid. They must be paid from taxes. But not all taxes, even though equal in amount, are equally burdensome on individual taxpayers, and not all have an equal effect on the economic process. There is room for the application to taxation of a great deal more slndy. It is perfectly possible for n certain tax to yield a great deal of money and yet to have such other social and business effects, as to cost the treasury the loss of other revenues and cancel most of its own effect. This would seem to have been the effect of the undistributed profits tax. It was repealel not because corporations affected did not like it, but because the effects oti ; the economy as a whole were not in practice good. Sincere collaboration aimed at making our tax system an intelligent •whole rather than a patchwork of compi'mises between elements out to "get" • THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. MEG. O. S. i>AT. Off _ By Mt. MORRIS nSMBEDS ^^ Wltot, Jonmal of the American Medical Assod.tlo.. M d « Myireia, Uio Health Magazine Rapid Heart Beat, MuJKJIe~paina May Be Due To Anxiety States rate. lowcr oullet of "'«' «« excessive breath- The patient develops hysterical that, sometimes he will Physicians in California have re-1 i ow mi,, a ;„ ,\ i , cently remarked that one-third ofW - abdomen, due to the practice of most physicians now- j t'|,' c adnys consists of patients who have! ;„,, what are eallel anxiety states. These' are patients whose symptoms are i ' chiefly the result of what aie called ! -''- vm " t( "" s anxious reactions. Any situation or group of circumstances, whether real or fanciful, which threaten the emotional or social life of the individual'concerned, may lead to such reactions. Ordinary anxiety is the result of a recognized cause. Examples are fear of harm in a motor accident, or dread uf being shot while bullets are flying. The anxiety state is likely lo be related to some condition which (ho patient himself does not recognize. For instance, the example cited is that of a man who felt that because of illness he was unable ID work and could not support the girl that he wanted to marry. The real cause of his symptoms was a hidden desire.! to avoid the marriage. j These anxiety -Mates may reflect ' his own mind that he cannot see, or he will not hear because his subconscious mind tells him that he cannot hear. The doctor should find out all of the circumstances surrounding the patient's life and then determine the extent to which these subsconscious thoughts are concerned in the physical state. It the doctor merely explains in simple non-technical language the nature of the condiiton' realization by the patient may help to bring it under control. Mere relief of the physical symp- U.'ms will not control the condition, because of the under-lying mental state. It is for that reason that many of these patients go from one doctor to another seeking relief. In many with the explanation that is clear and i.s seeking something outside the realm of fact as an excuse for his unfulfilled desires or his unrecognized fears. It is necessary for the doctor to use suitable remedies to control spasms of the muscular tissue at the opening or closing ends of the stomach and to remedy a too rapid heart rale or a similar physical condition in order to protect the health of the patient during the period while attack on the cause i.s being made. by using the electrnrnrfliojjraph trace the action of its mechnnism Like To Ride A Bike? Join The U. S. Navy; Cily officials have I,,,,,, , ithiw; 1 unahle lo pay police t Back To The Rock • Kj.. H WASHINGTON. -- I/1V - The nnvy's new swimmiiiK I'""' fm ' """I*- 1 ! w; ""' .••liips -the Potiuiiar river lesling li;i*iii — is iiir-coiulilioned iind iliiiftloss. and what's mine, it's so bifi the uorkrr. move from plai'o t" place on bicycle^ j The 1.200-foot-loiiK is not well to hazard n guess I »<-'»i'''U! coinolctiou. A hibiuml police c( walked up In a patrolii "I'm due to load :i|>ni •Olli W-ojoci "S Kn nit 'iui ant) 1 three •" ..nf-cll VI il UUUJV*, mat 11 rapid heart rate is based on n mental causation alone. It is necessary to rule out absolutely any physical causes that 'may exist. This the doctor may do by making „ complete j "'"'v of the heart ml sometimes oven Etud.v The navy decided it was cheaper to buy bicycles fur the workmen than to pay them by the hour I" walk I'rom place to plnce. The ba-in tests the potential speed and Imll le.sjsianrc of battleship 1 if '.nudes. "vt-r 0,ct '•If in OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with*. . . MAJOR HOOPLE themselves in the body physically by i a wide variety of symptoms, inelul- ing a .rapid heart rate, a rise in the ' blood pressure, an inability to swal- ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER Questions on Page One 1. False. John,Bnrbiro)li i.s a symphonic conductor. 2. True X False. Cyprus i.s a British island near Turkey. Cypress i.s the tree. 5. True. In the seventh century and in 14D2. li. False. Term refers to An5;lo- French alliance. Announcement 1 COULDVJ'T WATER OVER, PALL-S 1KJ AKJ ASH CAM/ EGAD, MOT S1UCE X ESCAPED AM AVAUAMCHE IM BAFFIKll-AMD HAVE t EU30VED 'SUCH ASTOUUDIUG MUST BE A SPOOK IM THE ROOM ' AAA1 A BATH/A KJICE FAT FULL HOUSE OU QUEEK1S AM' IT DOM'T GET ME MO PARTNER THAM A MERRY-GO-ROUtJD TICKET OM TH" CLIPPER SHIP / DPAWIMQ POUR CARDS AMD TOPPIMG PILCH'5 PAT WITH TPOUR ACES IT'S UMCAMMV' OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMJ rrHAT SADDLE JUbT wo>o'"( STAI' PUT. THIS (S A TERRIBLE UMPER5TAMP YOU GOT A PlAMO PI A,* K BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ?'. / '• \\o,"" -..-'- •••.':-. ' i>fi /c M U$U '. V ^'H /*J[ ;4\¥|>^^v -^t , - - c •- "* 1 -~ 1 »*H***«*iJt.i> US.LVVCCII citriiicnia ULII to get, i VOlCe drawing l^niniinn ftnQ ,, ^ch other can be of the greatest service to the country. We hope Acting I Marn' streeT, tele^on, Vw --. Secretarv Hanp<; crolc iliw r.r\11nK^^ot; rt v, i,« „„!,„ i n._*. \. . .• ' ^*cjj ( tuner ,uo vv. NOTICE — Mrs. R. A. Boyett'sl Studio opens September 1. Piano, | voice, drawing, painting. BOS South . e e cng Secretary Hanes gets the collaboration he asks, and that he makes the best possible use of it. e "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • • You Can Talk to Only One Man • W&nt Ads Talk to Thousands SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP .All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3V4c word, minimum Me Six times—€c word, minimum 30c One month—18c word, minimum 12.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. 2,vGtp. THE SHIPLEY STUDIO' will continue making 8x10 size pictures for 51.00 this week only. 28-3t-c For Sale FO'R SALE—Hampshire rams for breeding purposes, Poland China hogs, Saddle Horse, and heavy mule team. Inquire Experiment Station. .'il-IJt-c FOR SALE—200 Purina fed broilers 2 pounds and up. Call or see R E Griffin, 817 W. Ave. C. Tel. 25 or 69. ' 30-St-B FOR SALE — Four-door Chevrolet deluxe automobile, new rubber, A-l condition, bargain for ?2GO. Riley Lewallen, Hope Route Two. 30-3t-c •v. <X $ - B ff » V--V • • * I' v. i * „ Vb t-^8 &.JT •-x. % p% SR V-3f Easy, Stephen ^ ^ S \s*''j(.- • Js ^-ft(s-.- -V? J"«u4 6-»U By EDGAR MARTIf! J FATHER. \S ALLEY OOP r -y •••, "' i \si^^' Wanted •. WANTED—Qualified young man with small family for regular employment. Duties include milking, shop work and general farming. Phone l-F-2. 31-St-c Notice GOOD ROUTE AVAILABLE of 800 Rawleigh Consumers. No experience needed. Sales way up this year. Large sales mean big profits. Permanent. Full time. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKH-118-104, Memphis, Tenn. 29-30-31 WOMAN ARTIST HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puixle "Sedfamt 0 as a painter . of animals. 'ill Greedy. - : j 112 Viscous. ^3 Biblical priest U Mystic syllable. 45 '16 Kinsmen. 1 V 17 Harvest. 18 Wrong step. 21 And. 22 Conception. 23 Rest. 24 Theater guide. 43 Japanese 27 Salesman. magnolia. 29 Metallic element. 3Q Part of. a church, 31 Custom. 33 Force. 35 Data. 36 Nothing. 38 39 Beet. 40 Brink. 142 Sun deity. 45 Because. 47 To begin. : M 49 Vehicle. •• 50 To misrepresent. 52 X. 53 Tart. 54 Bay window. 55 The rainbow. 57 Favorite models for her pictures. 9 Olive-br<wa» lOflaflway. 15 Inland. *•%! 17 She lived W' lasl . 'W 19 Oozing. 20 She was one of the few feminint artists. 24 Rubber tre* 25 Harbor. 26 To redact. , ^^ 28 Range of sight AJL.J 32 Fine plaster. : 34 More secure. 58 Her native • 35 Home of a : land. ':,- bird of prey. 1 VERTICAL'S?^ 1 1 Egyptian god. 41 Essential 2 Apparent. 3 Fodder pit. 4 Fatty. 5 Containing bromine. 6 No good. 7 European cavalry. beings. 44 Den. 46 Fetid. 48 Threefold. 50 Genus vt COWS 51 Fay. ' 53 Sound of surprise 8 To send forth, 56 Southeast. For Rent FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, close in. See T. S. Cornelius at Hope Furniture Co., store. :!0-:it-c FOR RENT —5 room unfurnished duplex apartment. 2 bed rooms. Cull 07. Mrs. Rettig. 30-3t-p FOR RENT — 3 roam furnished apartment with private bath. 203 East Ave. C. 29-3tc Services OFfered SERVICES OFFERED—See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for new and re-built. Phone Paul Cobb 658-J. July2G-l m MEBtJE V' PON'T LIKE MY SPEAR TECHNIQUE r BUTCHA GOTTA ADMIT ' IT HA5 ITS POINTS* - v EH, AJAK? WASH TUBES —I'M G6ING TO TEACH YOU ) BETTER MANKJERS) HITTING A GUV TWICE VNITH ONE SPEA.R-CA5T \<=> A, LOW- DOWN TRICK,,. ANP JUST FOR TMAT" Feet, Do Your Stuff "GOOD HONK! WHAT fc" HECK \ OF A TIME FOR ^AV SWORD j T'GVT STUCK rf»»IM THE .--/ SCABBARD. 1 ^ y V. T. HAMLIf .8 -Jl iv BT NfA LERVICr ._INC T M. BTC U ^ CAl.OFr W> / 'JS •(M \ \ *• \w r SFECIAL-Unlil Septe'iirber Ifith- 10% off on all Permanent Waves, Vanity Beauty Salon. Phone 39. ' 30-lit-p SERVICES OFFERED-Expert Radio Repair Service and i-epJaceinent parts. All work guaranteed. Radio Service. Phone 80(i. Ray Allen. 28-tf If you should die tonight will your family ho adequately protected. TALBOT FEILD, Sr. Uistrict Alana^er ReliniU'C Life Insuruiu'e Co. Life, Health and Accident Box 41, Hope, Arkuusas. Compare Style, Comfort and Beauty! I New Styles and Covers APMIT IT.STUPiP! YOU MADE UP THIS FORMULA YOURSELF! VOU SOLD IT TO US t\S ~ OH. MER.CV UPON MY SOUL 1 . HELP! OWJ TRUE 1 A Secret Path BUT I'LL GIVE BMXA EVEN TO VOUR MONEY — GETTING EVERV CENT. I'LL / US THE 00 ANSTHIN6/; REAL., SECRET? \r OH, UO, MOT THAT! KNVTHIN6 BUT)STOP SOUR 1 By ROY CRANt THAT! IT'S OM THE VOLCANO f! GUW2.DED BV MONSTERS! )( THEY'D K\LL ME! THEY'D — A i ------ x SlM\V'LIN6! WILL VOU GET IT, OR NOT? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BUT VOU NEVER SEEN SUCH \ . OH, GUVNO*, T '..il COULDN'T' ~L MN'T SOT ,/ pj\. THE S'UJMMlCK. BUT I / |.(QW CA.N TELL VOU HOW / VOU'R TO GET TdERE—T / TALLIN ^JOW A BACK WAV- 1 mi FRiEl A SECRET PATH ^ Come Clean—Or Else! By MERRILL BLOSSER FUZZY , IF THIS is A PIPE DREANA OF YOURS, I'M GONNA DUST YOUR PANTS WITH YQJJ IN 'EM/ | Hope Hardware Company T t &f £ SPEED is QOMNA Pur A LADDER UP AMD SHE'S eOMNA CLINAB OUT A WINDOW/ OKAY—*- OKAY-BUT HURRY i GOTTA FIGURE WHAT, 1 HEARD THEM TALKINJQ ON JUNE'S PORCH / TOM-5HT WHEW HE* POP GOES To BED THEY'RE GONNA ELOPE/ GET WONT TELU YOU WHAT 1 \-\EARO < / MAYBE SHE'S GOIM' OUT THE CHIMNEY/ RED RYDER The Battle Begins THE GF3IAICO LCOK.UM HIGH UP. HERE COMES CAPTAIN . ,_.,.,_, IF YAGJUl'S MEN TRY To STOP THING MOVE/

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