Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 15, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 15, 1939
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PAGE TWO HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS .Friday, SeptemberjL5,J|g£. Hope ® Star Star of Hope, 1S99; Press. 1927. Consolidated January 18, XWi 0 Justice, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E, Palmer & Alex. H. Washburn, at Tha Star building, 212-2M South Walnut street, Hope. Ark. C. K PALMER. PresJdenl AUEX. H. WtVSHBl'nN. Edlto.' and Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)— Means Newspaper Eneterorise Ass'n. Subscription'Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week I5c: per month 55c: one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard. Miller and LaFayptte counties. S3.50 per year; elsewhere 56.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Tress is exclusively en- citled to the use for re-publication of all news dispatches credited to it or no ise credited in this paper and nlso the local news published herein. Charges on Tributes. Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards ol thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from lelu<ze of space-taking 'memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility Or the iaf (..-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. RES. U. 9, PAT. Off By DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN Editor, Journal of live American Metllcnl Assod»Mo«, tmt M Hyseia, Uie Health Magazine Swgeons Operate on Noivt\vGlands to Relieve High Blood Pressure High blood vressuie is |iroh;iMy the commonest cause of death in the second half of life. Aft*.-; ;'it> :•:«'.' <>f 50. one death out nf ever- due to high blood fuv-'vnv u sequences. Tlie average ape "!' dr.itlt clue to high blood prossii'.i 1 without ilcler- minble inuis-'e is .Vt year-, 1 . Theie are certain instances in wlii'.'h the related to clum^c".- v.-nliiii tin 1 kidney-i with inability u> pei •.'•.inn their function. M't.'ii of meilicini' hav- 1 cai i iod on mUc'h ex|jciimc>Mtu'i<'r! i;i tvrcnt \i\irsj to determine what c.m-i-s iiiu'i l.ilomi i pressure. The pressur*.' i ; tiucvir.v pro- portionaU' to the i.mwei of ihe heart i and (ho amount <_•(' fc.^i-'I :<>:<•<•• in flir! blood vessels. Sinfe the jMiv. 1 : 1 !' of ihe i heart is not rai.-ed in MUD" ei'.s<v I For example, in arterio-sclerosis, or havdening of the nrtiries the i.looil vessel.* lost their elasticity and il is hauler for the- heart to pump IhoJilooi! through them. There are also certain forces in the buily. like the secretions of the adrenal glands, which serve to contract the Wood vessels, n some cases high psycholgical tension or emotional excitement will bring about changes in the body resulting in contraction of the blood vessels. As a means of preventing or controlling high blood pressure, some surgeons stop the effects of the nervous sytem on the blood vessels by cutting nerves. Others suggest operations on the glands which secrete tin 1 substances that bring about contraction of the blood vessels. to the spinal cord hod been out. In some insUmcos the patients were able to take up work which formerly they had been compelled to discontinue. Illustrating this point, there is the ease of ;i young surgeon who was forced by rising blooti .pressure, inability to concentrate, failing vision, and persistent headaches, to resign his teaehinu positions and to give up bis praetiee. Afler an opt ration involving bte cutting of the nerve root his blood piessnre retnroevl to normal ,In various experiments diferent nor-' <uicl he was uhle In return to bis ves have been cut to note the feet on the blood pressure of pat- JPDt.s. mproveinciil of the symptoms of exceedingly high blood pressure was .Ten after certain nerve roots related of-; work. In many instances tile results art: not nearly a. 1 ,' tjood or as sensational. The problem .sec ins to be foi the expert to pirls out the ca.ses in which tlifc results would be good and lo HVOK! those in which they would bo unsatisfactory. | Most snri;eons feel surgery should j not be tried in the oarl stages ofi increased blond pressure. They say the operative melhncl should be confined to those with severe high blood pressure or symptoms tbnt lire tro- ublcnoiiH 1 , and those who do not improve after having rest in bod and wh I.ID not have any complications. Mich as failure (if the kidney or the heart, which make a fatality likely. Surgeons recommend that these operations not bi> tried in people niter the ai;e of •!(), but be )imitcd to those tew younger people who linvc high blocl pressures that do not fe.spond to other treatment. Pony Express to Race Again — In Texas BASTROP. Texas — (/Pi -- Premier feature <>f the Ilastrop County Livestock show Ibis fall will I" 1 !l '.!TK-u\ile pony express ride and horse endurance contest. Hiders will carry a lefter for <l»!ivrry when Ihey return from a trip it is estimated will lake the lies! horses at least five days. The route is from Rastrop to Austin and San Antonio, and livestock officials hope the winner will reneh Ba.s- trop on his return the nptMiini 1 . 'lay of the show. OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE A Different America Today Watches Europe As the beginnings of European Var unroll the'mselves like some unrealistic slow-motion newsreol. it is becoming clear that the America which watches is a different America from the one that watched Europe burst into flames in 1914. Then we were shocked, fascinated, horrorstricken. We were like children, for except for the brief Spanish episode war was nothing to the average American but a faraway tale of Gettysburg and Antietam told by grandfather. As horror followed horror and all Europe reddened with blood we were emotional- lylike a nerve-end bared to the touch. Every new contact with the reality of jnodern war sent i!s agony deep into, our souls. But there is more and more evidence that this European war is not to repeat the pattern of the last one.. Instead it begins more or less where the last one left off. In 1914, the soldiers marched off amid cheers and defiant shouts of "Nach Paris!" and "A Berlin!" Today there are no flowers stuck in the gun barrels. The mood of German. Frenchman. Briton alike, is grim, determined perhaps, but somewhat sullen. It is the mood of late 1918. So Americans watching this horror spread again over Europe, watch it not so much in the spirit of shock and openmouthed fascination that marked 1914. but 'more in the spirit of disillusion that camo in 1919 and which has mounted since. Are we to be shocked by new tales of blood-letting, wlib have read nothing for the past 10 years but the slaughter of a million men in Spain and the butchery of the uncounted hundreds of thousands in China? Are we to bo I surprised when civilians die in air raids, after Spain and China and Ethiopia '•, have dinned into our ears for a decade their lesson that this is war? | Those who remember the Lusitania can scarcely believe today the way '. in which the United States took in its stride the sinking of the Athenia. Few were shocked, fewer still cried for revenge. True, no Americans died, yet for two days it seemed certain that they had. And not a tithe of the flooding indignation of Lusitania days rose up. Why? Because in a world which has been deluged with horror for 10 years the recognition has become dully accepted that this is war as it is, and as it must be, today. The inhuman, brutal, uncivilized murder of civilians in their homes or on the sea is not chargeable today to war as the Germans wage it, or the Poles, or the English or French. It is war, as anyone 'mist wage it today who elect? to draw the sword. In hic;h blond pressure known origin tin 1 volume thickness of the Mood are to be 1 SLtbstant i:<)ly chan^t argued that the important resistnnco of the blood v<':-.,e increase of pressure must !>. r'owini; of the binod vessels. •<>y.| ANSWER TO CRAKIUM CRACKER Prohlem (in I'ago One The boys wert- .standing face to face as they looked by each other up and down the trail. ' HtY~SO THAT'S THE T3IDDLE THE MAJOR HAS-BEEN HIDING IN MIS BE-ARD ALL WEEK ' IT'S AS MYSTERIOUS AS MARTHA'S <MICKEN CROQUETS/ WHAT IS IT— AN AUTOMATIC OIL CAN ? COULU IT S BE A MUSICAL. HORN THAT "BLOWS A SPECIAL SIGNAL TO BARTENDERS ATTER I\OURS UOOPLE-IZEI? THAT TUBE LAE,ELE-t) "CARTRIDGE" LOOKS HKE A WAR GADGET •^MAYBE IT'S A CAN THAT SPRAYS THE ENe/y\Y WITH SLEEPING 'POWDERS/ FOR RENT—Two mum unfurnl-hecl apartment. Newly decorated. Private 1 entrance to outside and l>:ith. :'il'7 t South Pine .street. 15-,'>tp GET UP OUTA WERE 6EFORE- TME OLD BOY EMEMBERS HE Lt?FT HIS PLANS TACKED UP- ME TOLD Mr: HE'D LHT US IM OM THE Sr : .CRF.Ti SIDE VIEW OF CARTRIDGE i.-ii "it "ii ii iiuimniiHtv - , ^ " r> •STEEL CLIP- j CARTRIDGE ^•EMD VJVEW ELL, TUTERE IT l"S ' : -_^il S :; WHAT IS IT? C~" COPU. »» Er »E» SIB.ICE. INC. T M. »tc U. 3, f*r. Off OUT OUR WAY T7 By J. R. WILLIAMS OM A BIG "THIRTY-~(ON1 CRAM::, ~\o UFV A LITTLE. IHiKiCv UW- TMI?> INTO ViJLJii MArHIKlC WHEN) VOiJ <.V'U!.D DO IT ALONE.' Lcosi -Ni n HS-_TUST liO! P TH.I-'-'. E'MD UP AMP KXIM Tt-IXV CEMTKR. IK WHY, MO'!'HIM' 'JO IT/ -. ? /"l "IHIMK / WE'RE JLJ&T IKJ TIME TO V LEWD A HA.MD V, HERE "IO J ^ '!•/ .«Of--^:$C\ ' i'- "/"~ » '•;*" I "ii*^-^,. : ,.\ . -v>T M. ' w i' ' '-V*'" 1 '•' '• , \Vi('». A M ^^'- >,; L- \\ .'i*- .•• .,;• V '\ ' \ •'•''>•'• \^\ ,': -•'( vi 6 wvo -./::: ->,^-^r fJB***Z IMDlVlPUAsUTV For Sale BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A Very Busy Girl By EDGAR MARTIN 1935 Ford Coupe for S;ile. Al condition. A rt-al biirgnin. See Fnnik j Walters, 3rd and Louisiana Streets. ! T:!-3tL- i FOR SALE-A Bargain in r,n apart- ; mont size refrigerator. Automotive' Supply Co. J3-3U- ; IED l « "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • * You Can Talk to Only One Man 0 Want Ads Talk to Thousand*. SELL-RENT BUY OR SWA? All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One tims—13 word, minimum 30c Three times—3%c word, minimum 58c Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum J2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. FOR SALE—1S)37 'model Eler. refrig- ! erator. just like new. Pnyincnts us i low as S5.00 mo. Automotive Supplv j Co. 13-3tc" I _^ : | FOR SALE—For use on meat count- j er or cold storage 1-Frigidairc com- i mercial refrigeration unit '-i horse, j Automotive Supply Co. 15-Htc "VO OO FOR SALE—4 Wire haired terriers , Pups. See Mrs. Ferrell Baker, 3C3 East j Second .street. Ki-:!tc KlO \"V. \ VW. A6O . T^WK*^ V/anted ALLEi Attack! ffl?.^.^ By V. T. HAMLIN . tlLi*. U. S. PAT. WANTED—Negro boy wants job ! before and after school. Arthur Na=b j 914 West 3rd St. 13-3tp | Fop Rent FOR RENT—3 room house and garage. At Shover Springs. O. J. Phillips. 12-3tp FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, adjoining bath, new built in _,^. D nm-r™ ,-,. , ' FOR RENT — Five-room house m cabinet and garage. Call Mrs. Frank' Magnolia addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Hutchins, Phone 79. 12-3tc phone 38-P-ll. 14- Gtp. Answer to Previous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured [ African i animal. i 7 It is the highest or quadruped. 13 Greek god of v/ar. 14 Seraphim. 16 Sea eagle. 17 To v/eep. 18 Grain. 19 Hundredth of a right angle. 20 Chaos. 21 Inflated. 43 Nobleman. 22 >Jours 45 Consumer, termination. 46 Back of neck. 24 Mesh of lace. 48 Epoch. 25 Kind of poem. 50 A bull. 23 Small wild ox. 53 Book parts. 29 Beret. 54 Cuckoo. 52 Small nail. 55 To repair. 33 Cumel's hair 57 It has a brown skin. 58 Playhouse. VERTICAL 1 Aeriform fuel, 2 Ketone. 3 To oppose by 26 North • America. 27 It feeds on and twigs. 28 Part of a curved line. 30 Collection of facts. 31 Hole. 32 Sea inlet. 33 Room recess. do'.'n. 2D 'J'o make a sv/eater. 37 Flower part. 22 Slovak. 20 Bight of pasturage. 41 Fortune. 4 While. 5 Musical note. 6 Half an em. 7 Wild duck. 8 Substitutes. 9 Limb. 10 Made a mistake. 11 Trap. 36 Lever. 37 Drone. 38 Connecting tissue. 40 Alluvial matter. 42 Caterpillar hairs. 44 To peruse. 45 One. WANTED—Person lo go as passenger to Springfield, Mo., Transportation cheap. Call 17-F-13. Leaving Thursday, Sept M. A. J\I. jy-stp Nfl tice Washington Gin Company is ginning and wrapping up to 52S pound bales S3.50 All bales over 52:") pounds, additional Ic a pound. Also .store your Seed. A. N. Stroud will haul bales into Hope Compress for 25c each. A. N. Stroud, Washington, Ark. Sept S-lin OUR FORAY /i COULDWT ucx F EMALL. NTO THE I BUT. BV GU^A / THAT GREEK. CAMP \ MINERVA. DAME HA.D NUTHINI' TOO WITH (T/ ENDED RATHER N&LORIOUSLY, DIDN'T f ^^ TCEaa. NOTICE—I ain going to school and ; would v,-ork ev(;ry fevonini; and morn- I ing for room and board.' jVY-homiah Doss, ca s. Ii.-i7.ol .shva. i2-:;tp WASH TUBES Come Along By ROY CRANE Services Offered SERVICES OFTERE13-Sce Hemp- i stead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, | for new and re-built. Phone Paul, Cobb 658-J. August 2K-1rn SERVICES OFFERED—Expert Radio Repair Service ami replacement parts. All work guaranteed. Radio Service. Phoiu- 800. l;,iy Allen. 23-tf OQWT LET ON WHO WE AR.E, W/VSH. THEV SERVICES OWEKElJ-Kor I'urni- lure refiiiishini; and Kiun work see Vestal Maxwell, 22-1 North Hninillon St; Phoiu: 2-12. "All work guaranteed." l.'i-.'if |> OH, HEA.VEWS 1 . WE'RE DOUE FOB. WE;RE LOST.' OH, WO \ME AIMT1 USTEVi, VOU BIOOMIM6 G08LIMS, I'LL 6WE VOU OKIE MIWUTE TO HAWD OVER "~ / TO \^T, OH YOUR SLIGHTER VMlSH. '$• m , WE A«E EA6PC PRAV FOLlOyj I ,CRVICE,..I.Jye.. T. M. BER. l7. S^T~ tf argurn^nt. 12 To spread hay 46 To doze. 15 Lumps of 47 Since. meat. 22 Forest. 24 It is a long stiff beast. 49 Upon. 51 To soak flax. 52 Numeral. 53 Postscript, 56 Doctor. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Came the Dawn By MERRILL BLOSSER Want It Printed HI *" We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, liish (jiiality job. Whatever your lU'tds. we can serve Ihfm. 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