Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 20, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 20, 1939
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HOPE STAR, HO£E, ARKANSAS Friday. October 20, .1.989, Star .Star at Hope. 1899; Press, 1837. Consolidated January 18,1929 O Justice,'Deliver Thy Hcruld From False Report: Published every week-day nfternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E. Palmer and Alex. H. Washburn. at the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Aik. _ ' _ ~~ C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and PubHalier —Means Associated Pi-ess. (NBA)— Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per •week 15c; per month 65c; one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard. Miller and LoFnyette 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 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 for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers front a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Nolen District No. 29 Negro School Opened Nolen School District No. 29 opened Monday morning, October Ifith. with an enrollement of 75. The same teachers were re-elected. We have re-organized our Health campaign and every student is very interested. We serve lunchs tothe under nourished pupils also. The P. T. A. has been ve-organizcc and plans have been mode for more and better work. We are planning a District Fai Friday October 27th. Prizes will be offered. P. B. Bullion, principal. Daisy Oluskow assasitant. FOR RENT—4 room apartment Cur- ishcd or unfurnished. Garngi 1 . fiowy McRne. 1R - a "' • "Th* More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • * You Can Talk to Only One Man o Want Ads Talk to Thousand* SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone. One time—2J word, minimum 30c Three tlme»~3Mtc word, minimum Me t Six limes—60 word, minimum SHlc One month—18c word, minimum 12.70 I Rates are for continuous insertion* only. ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER When the Value of Citizenship Is Appreciated We Americans take our citizenship pretty casually. To most of us it is a commonplace. It ea'me to us through no effort of our own but was ours merely by the accident of birth. We sacrificed nothing to tr.-iin what the men of Valley Forge fought and froze and starved tp gain—the right to be Americans. Thus accepting as a matter of course the boon of citizenship, we have too often taken just as casually the duties thai go with it—the duty to take an nc-tive, intelligent interest in public affairs: (lie duty to vote with the public | welfare in mind: the duty to Rive freely a reasonable measure of co-opperation in social matters. Since 1929 there has been a change. Conditions have been such as to show even the indifferent that public affairs really do matter. Circumstances have placed the national government on every man's doorstep, and interest hi public affairs has mounted. The same tiling has become doubly true since Europe's long mismanagement has finally brought that continent once again to war. Now as never before, public affairs matter. It is inspiring, therefore, to see new citizens flocking to the courts to take the oath of allegiance to the government of the United States. Anyone who has h:id the least touch with the process of naturalization, and seen the glowing eyes and upraised heads of those who take that oath for the first time, knows how, valuable the great majority of these new citizens are to the Republic. For the time has passed when passive acquiescence to the law is enough. The Republic needs active, loyal work in its behalf as it has not needed it for many years.-It needs ,the fii'm'. intelligent guidance that can come only from an alert, informed, loyal and determined citizenship. It needs not blind and unthinking cannon-fodder citizens, but free men and women who will gladly and voluntarily play their part as citizens of a free Republic. How long has it been since you. native-born American, have repeated the oatli that is being taken every day by new citizens? It would not hurt every one of us to read it through and accept, mentally but consciously, the responsibilities it implies. Here is that oath. "I do solemnly declare, on oath, that 1 will absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty; that I will support and defend the Constitution and Laws of the United-States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and that I will bear- true faith and allegiance to the same. So help me God!" Questions on Page One 1 Germany is bounded by the bourg, France. Switzerland. Italy, Yugoslavia. Hungary. Russia. Lithuania. Denmark and the Baltic and North Seas. Z Norway. It is farther from one end of Norway to the other than from Berlin to Istanbul. 3. Germany was. and still __ is. the second largest country in fcu- rope in area and population. 4. Ship .sailing from Odessa would pass through the Black Sea, Sea of Marmara, Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. Atlantic Ocean. English Channel. North and Baltic Seas und the Gulf of I- inland to reach Leningrad. 5 Paris is about 20 miles closer to the German border than London. For Sale FOR SALE—We save you money on your furniture buying. Complete stock new and used furniture, stoves, beds. We pay highest pi-ices for furniture. See us. Franklin Furniture O2 1m to Male Instruction FOR RENT -A K""< Middlebroolts Grocery. house. See IS-llti- FOR SALE— Younfi Siuldle horse. dnrk bay. gentle, cheap. Apply til Crescent Drug Store. 19-3t-p. FOR RENT—Room with privutr riinco, private bnlh and RiM-age. rc innble, cull 8%-W before 8 u. m. ,fter 4 p. m. lS-:)l Tile nvera((e • \nf, Ihrouuh th j-I.OOO in tolls. •oininorei.'i! vessel 'j;o- ' Pamim:) canal pays FOR SALE OR TRADE-. I-iiriiNill triictor, recently overhauled, mi rubber tires in food condition Apply Mope- Star or phone 2G-RI-1. 19-fil-p. BARBS TOR SA1.F.—190 acres on Highway tliKH- miips I'-iiM df I'ulton. Write w, Williamson 1-110 Pecan Street, JTc>Mtrl::in;i. Ark. 20-3tp Hndy Lamarr is at oiirtf Witli sliifli.i l«?i'!>iim? they pay her S57f> a week. Kvidenlly her >">* dnn't .-,-liare the opinion of olhcr males that she is n million dollar bnby. While Europe oliiltis new twar debts . no word comes of her offering to pny^ those of the last wur. As it looks, like we'll never Get the money, we ! mif-ht start ik-kercling for marbles or • chalk. Thore troo. 5SO species of the ncnein *,', , i A OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS Service* Offered SERVICES OFFERED— See Hempstead Mntlress Sliop, 712 West Fourth, j for new and re-built. Phone Paul Cobb (158- J Sept. 2C 1M. Our plant is again open lor Ment Curing and your patronage will be ap- prociittei!. Home Ii-c Company, East 3rd Street. Phone 44. O2-lmo Mule, Instruction. Would like to hear front reliable men we can train U overhaul, install and service Air Conditioning unit Refrigerating Equipment. Must bo mechanically inclined. No interference with present occupation, For interview write at onco giving mime, address, age. Utilities Inst.. Hope Star. lB-3tp Male Help Wanted Hermann Soergel of Munich, Germany, once suggested damming the Mediterranean at Gibraltar, at the Dardanelles and at the Suez canal. Since the sun takes water from the Mediterranean three times faster than rivers flow into it, a vast area of arable land now undersea then would be bared. Next, Soergel suggested, a canal should be built to the Sahara desert, which is below soa level, to turn the desert into a garden. WANTED: Good used bedroom suit and heaters. Phone 787-M. Mrs David Davis. 14-:itp. WANTED PECANS—We pay highest prices for Pecans. McRae Mill & Feed Co. O-17-IM WANTED A .WORKER An honest, industrious mwi wanted l>y nationally-known mineral feed company for work in tlii.'i locality. Duties will consist of calling on farmers and rendering 1 Valuable livestock service. It doorn'l hike higli pressure salesmanship to do this pt'iTiuinent work, and no special experience is needed. If you have u car. you can do this job. For full particulars wind your name und address to Box 211, Dept. 91, Moorman Mfg. Co., Quincy. Illinois. IS-Hp WANTED-Large No work clothes Star. clean cotton or overalls. Radio Repair Special for 30 days. Have your radio cleaned and adjusted §2.00, Tubes Tested. Phone 806 or 133. RAY ALLEN East 14th St. » THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. HBO. O. «. By OR. MORRIS F1SHBEDJ E4M«c. totmrnl of the American Medical AaMdMlM, M4 •! Hygeia, the Health Dye Mixture Treatment for Burns Relieves Pain, Permits Rapid Healing Burns of the huwan skin have troubled doctors for hundreds of years and new methods of treatment are constantly being devised. Dr." J. B. Devine of Australia describes a new technic for treating burns and scalds. It is in his country that the problem of burns from brush fires is a prominent one. His-first-aid'method relieves pain at once. Further treatment'can be given later in a hospital under a doctor's direction. Dr. Devine makes use of dye substances, introduced recently into the field of medicine, which carry with them antiseptic efforts. In this group are mercurochrome, acriflavine. gentian violet and brilliant green. All of these dies have been recommended foi the treatment of various infections. In th treatment devisd by Doctor Dvine, a.mixture of dye substances is applied to the burned area. Dressings are then put on over the dye substances. No attempt is made to wash off the area or to clean it up. Such cleansing would remove tissue and might spread the infectious material in' areas where! generally available it was not already present. | one. The application of the mixture of \ = the dyes serves to coagulate the blood serum on the surface; this sort of covering stops the pain. Whan the patient is treated by the physician, any blisters that are present art- opened and the dead skin is re- moved. The burned surface area is again painted or sprayed with the mixture of dyes. Any new blisters that appear later are treated as were the first ones. In many instances, no further treatment, beyond the application of the dye substances, is necessary. The dye mixture developed includes u smairamount of gentian violet, bril- green, and neutral acriflavine. The amounts are not stated here because no one should attempt to develop such a mixture except competent physicians. The annic acid method of treating burns, in which a solution of the healing agent is sprayed, achieves its effects by coagulating the surface and permitting healing tQ go on underneath the coagulation. Investigators in Australia compared the effects of the dye mixture with the tannic acid mixture, and were inclined to favor the dye mixture as preferable. They pointed out that in small children and babies, as well as in people with tender skin, the coagulating material may be too thick and may crack at the edges. These experiments indicate that we have not yet evolved the perfect treatment for burns, but further study may eventually yield a routine that will be for use by every- SOCIAL WORKER QUALITY PIANOS Steinway, Haddorff, Cable, Wurlitzer. New Models $245 up. Terms. Drop us a card for catalogs. Beware of something - for - nothing offers. BEASLEY'S, Texarkana, Ark. HARVEY ODOM Local Representative HORIZONTAL 1 New head of the Salvation Army. 13 Pretense. HTo hurry. 15 Needy. 16 Brainless. 17 To total. 18 Elephant tusk 20 Affirmative vote. 21 By. 22 Pussy. 23 Credit. 25 To restrain. 28 Fig basket. 31 Untidy. 32 Ordained. 34 Subtle. 35 Pertaining to Etna. ''/I Italian river. 2S>'ish. 40 Deity of suniight. 41 Devil. 45 To decay. 47 Assessment amount. Answer to Previous Puzzle 51 To steal. 52 Pierces with fangs, 54 Pale. 55 Mud, 56 Old- womanish, 57 Gaelic. 59 He was formerly a writer or in Australia. 60 Since 1937, he has been Commander of the Salvation Army. VERTICAL 2 Roof finial. 3 Jar. 4 To depend. 5 Merrier. 6 Roughened. 7 Acts of aiding. 8 To remedy, 9 Narrative poems. 10 New star, llffo honk. 12 To sin. 16 He Evangeline Booth as general. 19 You. 24 To declaim. 26 To rectify, 27 Graceful woman. 29 Curse. 30 Tennis point. 33 Tin foil. 35 Pronoun, 39 Ireland, 40 Stone slab. 42 Dry. 43 Moldings. 44 To foment. 46 Auditory. 48 Inspired reverence. 49 Earth goddess. 50 Handle. 52 Tribunal. 53 Measure. 55 Mys«lf. 58 Half an em. LOGS BOLTS and ROUND BLOCKS We are now in the market for Oak and Gum logs, White Oak, Overcup, Post Oak, Red Oak, and Ash Heading Bolts, Also Round SWEET GUM Blocks. For prices and specifications Apply to: Hope Heading Co. Hope, Arltansas Phone 245 AT YOUR SERVICE "1 CHILDREN AND SMALL THINGS We're just as attentive to your children as to you! Whether they come in for chewing gum or tooth paste, we're happy to serve you and your family well. Two graduate pharmists on duly. WARD & SON The Leading Druggist "We've Cot It" PHONE C2 Motorcycle Delivery YOU'RE OUR. MILKKAAM, AREM'T VOL) 1 WELL, YOU WOSl'T BE IP YOU'RE GOWMA CS.CT SORB OVER. A U'L FUM WE WOM'T HURT THE.Y WON'T GALLOP YOUR HOR.SB Eli SPILL MILK-- MO SIR ^ FOR RENT—TWO 220 West Ave. C. apartment H-:HP FOR RENT—New s room house, C miles out on Hope-Blevins road. Good well water, hog proof pasture. Ji'm Reed. Phone 114W. l-t-.'Hp FOR RENT—Downstairs Uetl room adjoining bath, prone 321. 13-3tdh LOST—Girls blue and white bicycle. F OR RENT—3 room modern apart- with luggage basket. Reward for re- mcM. Southern exposure. Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Milam, BOC.M THIRTY VEARSTOO SOONi turn or information. Phone 857-W. B7EDGAR MARTIN Not a Good Skirt BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ex V. T. HAMLIN He Goes Dov/n Swinging PUMB, DON'T FANCY AMD PUt-CEP •IE LADDER WHAT'S HE UP 10 t By ROY CRANE But He Did Fire You, Wash WASH TUBES TO UP WE TO FIRE AWVBOPV WHO WOU- Ep TO DELIVER THC GOODS. IF HE WAUTS TO PUT TUBBS AVJD EA-iY BACK ON THE PAV- EOLL THAT'S HIS AFFAIR. BUT -bO FAR COWCERUED, THEV'RE THRU ! voLnv.iwv; YO'J'JE ACTED A TRIFLE cvci OIIE? AFTER AIL, TUBSS i-s HI IVS EUROPE? I'LL 5P.MO WK\ A CABLE6BWA THAT'LL TEAO TWS OFFICE OPEN' rr'6 AW OUTRAGE! FOLLOW IDS ORDER'S, WOPVOOOD '•^'r^-ffilk^^M #** ^%!8SP^ By MERRILL BLOSSER Reduced Ranks FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SOMETHING TELLS ME WE'RE GONNA HAVE To PLAY KINGSTON WITH A RIGHT TACKLE, A QUARTERBACK AND A FRIENDLY REFEREE/ MOST OF THE TEAM IS IN THAT AMD i HATf= To THINK WHAT THAT EXAM DID Tb THEIR ELIGIBILITY / JL GUESS MISS KLENK LIKES =X TO MAKE HER EXAMS TOUCpH a To THIN OUT THE F?ANKS LITTLE THE QUESTIONS BOTHER YOU ? v^__^—-^ VI 1 1 By FRED HARMAN RED RYDER OKAY, SHERIFF.' S'.GM OF BUT VOE.XU SEARCH EV&FSY ACP-E ON TKlS THAT CANT BE TH WAIT-LET US OUT/

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