Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 16, 1936 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 16, 1936
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HOPE S-fc&fc, HOPE, AMANS^S Oriental Banner Answer to Previous l'u*zlc „, , trtignbof. P 10 Roman, day. ~ Ht Afresh. -£,, 13 tricks. 15 Customs. 17 Agreeable. 23 Erased. at Desert expedition. 31 Greeted. '3S Short railway ttaefc. 34 Parngraph. 35 Sluggish. 3S Curse. 39 Metrical foot. ;41 Spars. [45 Witticism. :4G Oleoresin. '60 To saturate. '51 God of war. fSOLATEBl NTER F!C!ftiMlElRnsncfoTul5TN 52 New star. 53 Epoch. 54 Beings. 56 Writing implement. 57 This country" government seat. 58, 59 Its president. VERTICAL 2 Hastens. 3 Unoccupied. •4 Pishing bags, 5 Onager. 6 Mouth bones. 7 Source of indigo. S Chinese wax. 9 Inspires reverence. 12 Important religion of this country. 14 Its largest city 17 Devon rM. 15 Kgyptlan coin. 19'Structural unit. 20 Before Christ. 21 Endures. 22 Silkworm. 2-1 To dine. 25 Falsehood. 26 Tree. 2S Stir. 29 By way of. 30 Social insect. 32 Rumor. 36 Titling. 37 Opposed to wholesale. 39 To query. . 40 X. 42 Toward sea. 411 Early. 44 Cistern. 47 To cut off. 48 Nights before. 49 Horse's neck hairs. 54 Halt an em. 55 Sloth. 34 4T F 17 35 S: 54 36 > 51 33 30 37 58 55 40 S4F 58 30 49 Speed of Light Is Believed Changed * *& .•" • 'And Millions of Years Ago It Was Red, the Scientists Say By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Associated Press Science Editor CSHENECTADY, N. Y.— (fi>)— When dinosaurs roamed the earth 150,000.000 years ago, light may have been a little different from today. It moved more slowly, was redder in color. And if there were Methuse- lahs so anciemV'iC is conceivable their longevity could be partly accounted for by this supposition that time, as SeJl It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- mum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c'line, min. 50c S times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3%c line, min. 52.70 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bin is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication, ; i • , Phone 768 FOR SALE Fresh vegetables at Holly's Curb Market. we! las light, was different then. The evidence for this difference in light 150.000.000 years ago comes from the world's largest telescope on Mt. WiJscn. Calif. This 100-inch instrument shows all the more distant objects in the heavens as slightly reddened. Universe Ma.v Be Expanding They are from 100,000,000 to 150,000,000 light years away. That is, the light arriving from them today shows how they looked a hundred million or more years ago. The commonest explanation for the color has been that the universe is expanding like a bubble. Because these distant objects are moving 'away from earth, at speeds up to 15,000 miles a second, their light appears rodder than it is. There have been other interpretations to account for the redness. But the comparatively new idea, that the light itself was really different in color. is put forward by P. I. Wold, of Union college. Speed Of Light Fluctuates It is as reasonable as any of the explanations. For many years a few scientists have claimed that the speed of light changes from decade to des- ade. There has not been enough time yet to verify or disprove this definitely. The latest measurements made at Mt. Wilson showed an unexplained fluctuation, a range of 186.157 miles an hour up to 186,163. This was not a daily change, but a shift that appeared to take months. The Mt. Wilson observers before they believe these figures wish to check possibilities of errors in measurements. But it is no error of measurement that makes the light of 150,000,000 years ago redder. The only question is why. In another 10 years, with the aid of the coming 200-inch telescope, that may be solved. -- m * m Work of repairing the Houses of Parliament in London was begun in 1928, but will not be completed until 1941. More births of twins and triplets were reported in the hospitals throughout the United States in 1935 than ever before. FOB SALE—Good, well-cured Johnson's grass hay. Cheap. See E. S. Greening. I4-10t-c. fOR SALE—5 acres with 7-room sloths eat so s]owly that they fin . house and garage. On pavement in ish one meal on!y in time to begin on city. No paving tax. Call -112 or t i, 0 next one Harry Hawthorne. 15-3t-p. ROE'S HATCHERY Baby chicks for sale. Custom hatching a specialty. Call or write Mrs I Fred L. Gordon, Prescott, Ark. ll-12tc FOR SALE—Modern 6 room house, E built in features, 3 largo lots and new [ garage. $1250.00. Pete Shield. 621 [ South Fulton St. lfi-.3tp LOST LOST: Linoleum rug between Hope I and Sutton. Dimensions are 9x12 1-2. I Herman May, Phone 850. 14-3tp. LOST—Ladies white gold wrist f watch, between Gibson Drug Store fjjnd 803 South Pine. Reward. C. F. ' at ^ South Pine - 16 - U P Garden plants at Holly's Curb Mar- SERVICES OFFERED Why wait lot your .films to go out of town? We give one-day service. OU colored enlargement. 5x7, 25 cents. Ths Shipley Studio. 15-3tc Bring yowr films to line Shipley Studio. "In by nine and out at five." ' five by seven oil colored enlurge- i ments 25c. - l6-3tc FOR RENT Fresh Fruits at Holly's Curb Market. "FOB RENT—Four room furnished ] apartment. Private bath, garage. [Electric refrigerator. Phone 132. Mrs. ' K, G. MeHae. 15-3t-c. Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job, Whatever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an Impression" 1 Thursday, January 16, 1936 By WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY - WAIT.' SET THE" PICTURE I CAMY TELL WHICH PART TO WATCW, WITHOUT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE.- OH, START THE FIRST PAGE TRAN5MIS510NI , LETfe READ THAT- THE TROUBLE MIGHT BE THERE/ you WATCH TO see WRONG; WHILE I READ \T. THET*E SUCbHT IN THE THE BRANCH PREPARE -PLEASANT TH\S ONE OF MY /VYR. v3. G^R ANVVLL.E: THE «0* HOOPLESi AND ^AY PWVTHAx READ ITALL, TO THE POINT/ MEAN CREST/ HOOPLA, AttfliS THE. THOUSAND AND ONE TALES 1»3« BY NE< SERVICE..INC, T. M. BEC. U. S. PAT. Off. By MARTIN Johnny to You! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES , © 1936 BY NEA 3ERVICE, INC. T. M. R6C, U. S. PAT. By HAMLIN Party Plans ALLEY OOP SWELL /I'LL INVITE POOR I THINk OOPS SUGGESTION 15 JUS SWELL-ON TH 1 MOO- VIAW • PITS, WE CAN COOK. WE CAW HAVE A PARTY AND IWVITE A FEW FRIENDS ALLEY- IT SEEMS LIKE AM ) OKAY AWFUL WASTE TO COOk. THAT NICE DINJOSAUR OUT HEPE IM THIS JUWGLE — WE OOULOSJT BEGIN TO EAT ALL OF IT - GUZ-HE'S ALL BUSTED IT MIGHT CHEER 'IM UP-. r \( "i-^ © 1936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. tf. 3. PAT.OFF Lulu Belle Cleans Up By COWAN WASH TUBES ', HAW/ ( DICKS SHORE HERE,5AM BC> HE (TAUEP^—f A WIT. 7 ME THAT MOP W£f? (JOfidEOJS. I'LL LEARN FUN OF A FACED BAWANA! •zz> WATCH ME HAVE SOME- FUM BOVS. Ely ME*"SERVICE. INC. T. M. RECTO, s. PT. OFF, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Resourceful Oscar By CRANE HAVE AMY OF YOU FELLAS THOUGHT UP A GOOD WANE FOR •2 SIKJCE MOST OF HIM BELONGS TO FRECK, WE! CAM LET HIM HAVE THE BIGGEST PART IN NAMING HIM ! FDR INSTANCE:, THERE'S FRECK, ME, KIUT7V WE CAW TAKE THE FR 1 FROM FRECK.... THE "O" FROM OSSIE...1HE "N" FROM NUTTY, AND THE "T" FROM TAG AND rr SPELLS "FRONT"! HOWS —t THAT 1 NOT BAD, HUH ? TRY IT m ON HIM.-SEE HOW HE: LIKENS IT.' THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Lesser of Two Evils WELL,OF COURSE, IF THAT'S THE WAY YOU FEEL ABOUT IT .'/ I HAD THIS GEOGRAPHY BOOK INSIDE MY RANTS ALL THE TIME HE DIDN'T HURT ME, BUT WHAT HE DID TO ASIA MINOR IS N080DYS BUSINESS.'/ By BLOSSER IF I JUST CAM KEEP THIS LEAD ON TWET BIG MOOSE UNTIL I GET INTO TUE PROTECTION HOME ITS ABOUT YOU'RE SHOWING UP, YOU LOAFER SOCK ME BEWIND/ WILL YA, YOU SNE/XKIN' COW..- LEAD WITH YEP? RIGHT, MURPH-I KNOW WHAT SUE CAM DO, SO I'W\ ffj 1934 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEC

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