Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 3, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO sf AS, Sunclay.Jeptembef 3, 1939 Star Star of Rope, 1899; Press, 1927. Consolidated January M. O Justice, Deliver Thy Herald Prop Fals« Report] Published every week-day afternoon try Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E. Palmer & Alex. H. Washburn, at The Star building, 212-214 South •falnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASFIBURN, Editor and FnMlshet (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)— Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable In AdvaneeJ: By city carrier, per week t5c; per month SSc; one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and LaFayctte counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of. The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of nil hews 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 of thanks, resolutions, or merrforials. 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 tile tafe-kfieping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. The HOLC Balances Its Books The Home Owners' Loan Corporation, balancing its books after six years of operation, reveals some interesting results. The idea of the HGLC was to "boil out" home-owners whose homes were about to be foreclosed by private lenders. The HOLC was to make a new loan, enabling the original debt to be paid off. Since the primary condition o£ the H&LC loan was that the property should be in danger of foreclosure at the tame, it is not surprising that a large number should have "bounced back" on the government. What has happened during the six years is approximately this: During 1933 and 1934 loans were made on 1.018.000 homes. On one out of every seven it has been necessary to foreclose. And on three-quarters of those foreclosures (about 55.000'. the government lost money. Thfs has meant a S5C.OOO.OOO loss. The government holds also some 89.000 other homes through foreclosure, but as yet unsold. The eventual loss will probably roach S100.000.000. perhaps exceed it. . To offset this loss of S56.000.000 to date the government agency has piled up a reserve of $90,000,000. That represents the difference between the 5 per Cent charged borrowers and the low rates at which the corporation issued its government-guaranteed bonds. This reserve will not pile up at so great a rate in the future because the interest rate has been cut from 5 to 4'.i! per cent. In other words, up to now the losses from those who would not or could not pay have been made up by the interest paid in by those who 'stood by their contracts. That is just the way it is in private lending. Exactly how the government will come out when this experiment is finally liquidated, it is nt»t yet possible to say. Up to now. in spite of the big loss on foreclosures, the "profit" on interest would seem to be more than holding the corporation on even keel. There may be some liss in the end. But against whatever loss there may be, must always be balanced the profit to the national life of having kept 800.000 families in their own homes, and given them a new start on the road that leads to owning them. It won't show up on the balance sheet, but this item ought to be worth something. THE FAMILY DOCTOR] T. M. REG. O. 9, PAT. OFf By OB, MORRIS Editor, Journal of the AtriMcan Medical AflMcfiMM, Ifygefn, the Health Magazine ( Emotional Strain, Family Troubles May Increase Arthritic Pains Rheumatoid arthritis is one «( the most prominent causes of disability in human beings mnvada.v.s. Ne.xt to the common cold it is- the most frequent cause of disabling illness. The condition has also been called alrophic arthritis and chronic infectious arthritis. There are so many varieties of this affliction that classification is difficult. This condition may affect people of any age, race, sex or social position. It seems to affect women 'more than me. mid the poor more com- ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER monly than the rich. Afflictions of this type are found frequently in unsatisfactory environments. Exposure, cold and insufficient food are contributing factors. Sometimes this form of joint in- flammation may be unrelenting from the beginning. More frequently there are periods of inflammation of the joints wrlch are short, spnccd by intervals when there arc no symptoms. There is a tendency for the condition to become worse and for some of the joints to develop changes that are permanent. There may be such serious changes as to bring about partial or complete disability. There are 'many different causes of rheumatoid arthritis. Most physicians believe streptococcus germs nvc associated with this condition. Inflammations of the threont and infections around the teetli are usually present in cases of arthritis. Others feel the nervous system plays a part in the onset of this con- dition. They have traced relationships between the arthritic symptoms and emotional crises in the lives of (ho persons concerned. A number of Boston physicians made a study of 50 patients with typical rheumatoid arthritis to find out the extent to which emotional crises in their lives had brought on their illness. They made attempts to ccMYpare these cases with 25 patients who had varicose ulcers. Of the 50 patients, 10 men and 21 women seemed to have emotional factors associated with the onset of (heir inflammations of the joints. Ten men had stories of financial stress with times," "no work" and "on relief" as the underlying con- ditinns th»t were responsible. In 11 of the 23 records ohtiiined from women, (tie major burden was financial stringency because of the hiisbmid's inability to find There family poverty seemed to bo .important. There were six cases in which thoi-p was n circnbinntion of finunciiil ;mcl: strain seemed to bo associated with the fact that the people concerned were living with their mothers-in- work.! wore seven coses m which worries not associated with family worry. In cimtra-it to these reports, there j wore only (luce cnxps "ill of 2Ii with viirii'o-1> nlcciatiiin in whmii nny cciiiii'irli>n«> riuilil hn found with the beM>nniim of the ulconilion tun) social stress. Thi'M 1 shields do not mean that :ir- In seven cases the death of parent or of a husband or wife was observed prior lo a sudden exacerbation and inflammation of the joints, j cases serious inflammation f | Ihrilis is caused by a mental con- not been proved. Thi' stuilits iln indicnti. 1 , however, that ithrr factors involved in the .irthrili.'-. live pn.'srnl. u severe In three cases serious mliammmi-rn (( , mu(ion;1 | ..,,..,,„ ,„- . Sl .rious worry m.iy ^.r.^.^^^^^.;!^^" —*"•' .r .ho unfailhful. In two cnses the mental , s.Mni.f""'. OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS Questions on I'ajjc Our 1. Dame, dam, damam'. U. Vicar, car, caravel, .'i. Daiuig. Dan, Soud.m. Bi.H-ii. Bar crowbar. Announcement NOTICK — Mrs. R. A. Boyetfs! Studio opens September 1. Piano, i voice, drawing, painting. (108 South Main .street, telephone :118-\V. THE SHIPLEY STUDIO will continue making 8x10 sue pictures for $1.00 this week only. 28-3t-c For Sale FOR SALE-Goneral Electric refrigerator, slightly used. Looks like | new. The best value we have ever: offered in a refrigerator. AUTOMO-1 TIVE SUPPLY COMPANY. 2-:u I FOR SALE—Hampshire rams for breeding purposes, Poland China i hogs, Saddle Horse, and heavy mule i team. Inquire Experiment Station. 31-31-c BUSTHK, i PROMISE D THAT YOU SHOULD SHARE iw MY WIMUIU6S,AUD A HOOPLE UEVER - PERMIT ME TO REPAY THAT LOAKJ WITH FIVE CRISP MOTES/ IMClOEWTALLV SOMETHING ROTT6U YOU HAVBM'T GOT LABOR DAY MIXED UP WITH CMRBTAAAS WILL HELP TO "DEFRAY THE KIEL EXP6MSE OM OUR HOMEWARD aOURMEY/ SHALL WE DRIVE BACK IM LEISURELY FASHlOW AMD PATRQUiz£ THE BETTEfc HOTELS? A HOOPLE MEVER •FORGETS -~MUCH .'THIS IS MY CUE TO SCRATCH HIM FOE.THAT TEW HE QUICKED ME OUl OU LABOR DAY. BEAUTIFUL, UI'L DOUBLE SAWBUCK ( MISTAH i=r>r tj —""^rf^r LlkJE TO THE RkSHT= i \\&z£L\4. ; • • • «."*ivi i i -^trvx-^ * \ • ~^nx^'^ • f//s/l ' <j^* -OPR. 1939 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. '/%' t YELLED BECAUSE WHEN I TURNED OU THE WATER. FAUCET IM THE Z WAS NEARLY ELECTROCUTED-I'LL GIVE YOU TWO MINUTES TO DISCONNECT ALL THKT STUFF AND LISTEN -DIDN'T YOU TELL ME TO SET RID OF TH' MICE AROUND THIS HOUSE? YOU DIDN'T SAY HOW TO GET RID OP 'EM- SO WHEN i HOOK UP A FEW WIRES HERE IN THE KITCHEN TO SCIENTIFICALLY SHOCK 'EM TO DEATH, OU HOLLER.' GET OUT OF HERE! WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY FOR SALE—200 Purina fed broilers 2 pounds and up. Call or see R. E. Griffin, 817 W. Ave. C. Tel. 25 or G9. :IO-:U-D BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES What Next? Vo • "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • • You Can Talk to Only One Man • W&nt Ads Talk to Thousand? SELL-KENT BUY OR SWA? All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3%c word, minimum Me Six times— Be u/ord, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum 52.70 Rates ate for continuous insertions only. FOR SALE — Fuur-cioor Chevrolet deluxe automobile, new .rubber, A-l condition, bargain for $200. Hi ley Lewallen, Hope Route Two. 30-3t-c N«Lti ce T ' \ \ . jt -OO GOOD ROUTE AVAILABLE of 800 Rawleigh Consumers. No experience! needed. Sales way up this year. Large I sales mean big pi ofits. Permanent.' Full time. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKH-118-10-1, Memphis, Tenn. 29-30-31 NOTICE TO STOCKMEN—We have received new shipment of Stetson Hats and invite you to see them. HAYNES BROS. 2-3t For Rent FOR RENT—Three-room furnished apartment with Electric Refrigerator. Private bath. 514 East 3rd St. 2-3tc FOR RENT—Room for rent. Private entrance. Private bath and garage. Phone 896-W. Reasonable. l-3t FOR RENT —5 room unfurnished duplex apartment. 2 bed rooms. Call 6T. Mrs. Rettig. 30-3t-p FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, i FOR RENT — 3 rooYit furnished close in. See T. S. Cornelius at Hope I apartment with private bath. 203 East Furniture Co., store. 30-3t-c Ave. C. 29-3tc SCENIC FALLS t HORIZONTAL [; M Waterfall I; outlet for U Lake Erie. 112 Assistant. i 13 Sum. |15 Calking- ' i material, 116 Money. f 18 Reedbuck. 19 Right. '80 Burned with' ; out flame. : 23 Soul, i 2t Squadrons 1 of ships. I 25 Electric term. 49 To be like. I 28 Hole. 53 Measure of 30 Like. v type. 31 Supreme,Persian ruler. 34 Meat jelly. 36 Half. Answer to Previous Puzzle 54 To move fish-fashion. 56 Raccoon-like mammal. 37 Egyptian "deity 57 Superficial 39 Naval officer's extent. assistant. 40 Measure of area. 41 Place of ' assembly. 43 Conjunction. 45 Simpletons. 46 Alleged force. ; 47 Preposition of place. 59 It is jointly owned by and the U. S. A. 60 It is 2V 3 feet yearly. VERTICAL 1 Orderly. 2 Class. 3 Genus of crustaceans. 4 Bud. 5100 square meters. 6 Footless IVf < animals. 7 Musical note. 8 Loss of memory. 9 Burden. 10 To pull with effort. 11 One that snubs. 12 A beautiful section of it is Falls. 14 To surpass. 16 Salamander. 17 Grazed. ~ 21 Connecting word. 22 Light blow. 26 Pronoun. 27 U has a dan gerous eddy or pooL 29 Russian ; emperors. ' ' 30 To befriend. 32 Wine vessel. 33 To grade. 35 Starchy herb. 38 Fungus. 42 To be indebted. 44 Evergreen tree. 46 Augury. 48 Baking dish. 50 Wood sorrel. 51 Volume. 52 Estimated perfect score. 53 Silk sac. 54 South, , Carolina. 55'Mother. 57 Paid publicity 58 August (abbr.). Wanted WANTED—Qualified young man with small family for regular employment. Duties include milking, shop work and general fanning. Phone l-F-2. Service* Offered SERVICES OFFERED-See Hempstead Mattress Sliop, 712 West Fourth, for new and re-built. Phone Paul Cobb 658-J. July2G-l m SPECIAL—Until September IGth— 10"!. off on all Permanent. Waves. Vanity Beauty Salon. Phone 39. 30-6t-p SERVICES OFFERED—Expert Radio Repair Service and replacement parts. All work guaranteed. Radio Service. Phone Hf)0. Hay Allen. 28-tf PIRST-DAY 3-cent Panama ^m^^. ALLEY HOP o^ .. \V "\\ & £. .-, 1 ' [ M^ By EDGAR MARTIN \\ V s-^L .-VQO, ?: (JVMi. '. 0V COUV m, //^rV/^V'^ COI'H ig.i./^ l : lJJ^.U'jL'£. 1 ^.-;''>.-"'-i 1 -I! l'i-.l'-L'-——''— J THAT'S GOT I-JOTHIM& T'DO WiTH IT! N 'OH,so V auM.PiM' JUPITER; us eRF-EKo /' YOU'VE HAD \ FIGHT ACCORDING TO RULES..." .**-vV H 7- uraeBm * M6N! Br V. T. HAMLIN SO DON'T KB COrvilM 1 AROUND '"•, It's A Dirty Gyp! \ 1 [OUR BATTLES HAVE ""^^ , - ~ - .. p.'GNHTY' WE HAVE WO \ (HERE WASTIM' MY TIME UMTIL S'OM } ?.£\r • T'JUCK, V-.'sTH COMMON 1 ^—^-y^.J-E^RM HOW TO n^\\</-^,T HOODLUM y\^;:J^>r-.- v_ ^\ ^l-'j J.. $\J'-S x ! ^m^ 'mto$&" Kll»4 10 M \V—^ IT^v 4- "3 _ / _ NcoPr i') i i HV nr', '.t r . .^r r- r r " i • " u •: r-M f r'. WASH TUBES Louder and Louder By ROY CRANE sales of tho U. S. Canal commemorative totaled 374,396 stamps having a value of $11,231.88, postal officials have announced. Second-day sales of this stamp at Washington, D. C., on Aug. 1C amounted to 423,908 stamps with a value of $12,717.24. Receipts at the U. S. Philatelic Agency for the month of, July were $46,926.55. .:. * * State and /odornl revenue stamp:-: im- now attracting the attention of American collector. 1 ?. Liquor, bcfcr and tobacco tax stamps comprise the greatt-r portion of the collections. Some states permit direct sales to collectors or full sets of ihe tax stamps, but others prohibit individual sales, M'.d stamps must be obtained from the stumped article. Business and documentary stamps :u-t: also included in the collections. Notable collectors' Hems include the Georgia egg inspection tax stamp and the Louisiana .lottery issues. * * * Yugoslavia has announced the issue of a special airmail value for use on Clipper-borne trans- Atlantic mail. * t * The Po.-;t Office Department's Philatelic truck will remain jn , New England, until mid-September. The following cities will be visited: Lynn,. Muss., Salem, Muss., Newburyport, Mass., Portsmouth, N. H., Bidcleford, Me., Portland, Me., Concord, N. H., Manchfviter. N. H., Lawrence, Mass., and I'itch- * * Papua, five air- r'r;ip.r:o portrait, OF COURSE IT DOESN'T LOOK LIKE WHY? I CANTI IJNNERSTAND IT. I KEEP 1 X HEAR THUNDEP / AM' TH' ( EAK.TH KIMPA, V SHA.KE5 M'-T \ QUtVGR* «tf I.I5T!7.M»> \ THtRt IT GOES 1 —ONLY / FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Papa Approves! By MERRILL BLOSSER «?':-^J WHAT CAN we DO TO DO / -( ABOUT SUCH A GREAT 1 ABOUT iTi Ki'R. \ AND DEATHLESS LOVE? ? HE AMD ^" jusr VJHAT DID \ GULPED SPEED SAY /AND LOOKED TO THAT 1 LKE A SICK . CALF/ WELL, JUNE SAID- WILL LOVe fOU -—FOREVER. AND EVER /'' FUZ.ZY-, YOU TELL MR- WA . WHAT YOU HEARD/ DlDNT SPEED SAY ANYTHING FINALLY SAID ALL OR EVER HOPE TO BE J. OWE TO YOU '" RED RYDER Into The Trap By FRED BARMAN IT'S TbO LATE -f VOAftlO YOUR OF -TAQUl'S Pl_AM OF ATTACK-" BUT X ONE HILLTOP OVER THE TUML. THAT ISMT fTHElvJ E-&T SHALL BE VJHtVE T50VOM !M A GORGE, CAPTAIrO SOLXil&RS LEATJTHE GoLt> PACK THAT SAQUI'S &URROOWD ^< -h'! COPR. l'»3»"BY'ME« SERVICE. INC T M HtC U. t: HAT. Ul r.,.. •" '^_

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