Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 12, 1939 · Page 2
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PA6STWO HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS tor of Hope, 1899; Press, 1927. Consolidated January 18, 1929 Ojustice, Deliver Thy Herald'From False Report! ^Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co;, Inc. ' . C. E. Palmer and Alex H. Woshburn. nt the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President —— . ALEX. H. WASI-IBURN. Editor and Publisher IAP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. >, ANSWER TO CRANIUM CRACKER Questions on I'tijje Onp 1. A coil: Ibl convolution. 2. A gallant: (<l> ctivnlisr. 3. To fippensc: i;i> miligute. 'I. To stigmnti/e: <il) ilunonnce. 5. To orcluin: (o) prescribe. 'inscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier per week ISc;; per month 65c: one year 56.50. By mail, hi Hompstead, 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 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 to 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 from a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Refugees Wait for Their Day la every nation whose people have opened their gutesf. refugees from Europe s war iones are scattered. Some are depressed and fatalistic about the facts of the,!- nations. A fuw P re indiferem. But most of the political refugees ate fortified by an almost sublinu. faith in the ancient axiom that right will pj* . It .Iww i'ceu a lent; time since the prospects of Europe's freedom and Progress have been quite So black. Some folks «,y not .since the medieval era h^k'-^n^'V- 8 u ad 3S 'I 10 '- The Wholi ' Wori «l-Iook«l P««y bedraagled b a tk m<M].|-i8. Phis has not been the first time in recent historv that blood flawed free!/ and butchery was rife. The tragedy is not that civilization is being annihilated. It isn't. The disaster j ? rather that all the advancement that lias been made in Europe is being suddenly halted. It takes a long time to achieve small gains; it takes only Hie time necessary to sign a decree to smash everything. But the people who hrve been driven from their homelands, forced to accept the.hospitality of friendlier nations.-will not soon forget the ideals for which they once struggled. The folks who have been left behind under the domination' of greedy, stronger powers will harbor in their hearts a deep resentment that will grow as the clays and vaars roll by. I Nations are pretty much like business companies. They must operate un- d<?r the same set of ethics. They must be just as honest with their neighbors and their peoples as a business man must be with his customers if he wants to remain in business. Occasionally the system of ethics cracks up. A few nations may decide that competition must be crushed, monopolies established, the people given -whatever the state wants to give them in the way of freedom and civil liberties that happens in business sometimes, too. It happened to a certain Chicagoan by the name of Samuel Instill, whose commercial empire had become so vast that it seemed impossible that anything could undermine it. But the Insull network collapsed, with a mighty thud. A nation can't forever remain dishonest and get away with it. As the victims of its atrocities increase in numbers as their resentment and rage against oppression rises, the rumblings of mass opposition will become more .distinct, will finally end in a victorius putsch for freedom. It may be a long time before international virtue asserts itself Like a dishonest business man, a dictator can hold a people under his thumb for years before he is driven out. But eventually, lie will be unseated just as the crook in business is finally caught, because the other business men around .,_hun are not dishonest and because the people with whom he deals cans stand only so much of comiption before they balk. • THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. *ea. u. *, orr By DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN Kdltor, feuraa) of the American Medical A-SMctathm, u4 «| Hygeia, the Health Magazln*, Paresis Causes Mental and Physical Deteriora- ... tion if Not Checked Early (This is the first of two articles by. Dr. Fishbein on paresis, a disease which sometimes fol- an attack, of syphilis.) The transfer of a celebrated prisoner to a hospital recently, because of paresis, has caused many people to inquire as to the nature of that disease. For many ceturies the cause of this condition was unknown. Now it it is definitely established that it is due to an organism called a bpiro- chete which causes syphilis. This or ganism gets into the brain; its effects in the brain are ment'al and physical deterioraton and, in many instances, the loss of mind and paraly- sis. The disease'usually begins eight and 'M years after the first infection. Men are affected much more frequently than women. The disease is usually first detected between the ages of 30 arid 50. Il has been estimated thai as many as 5 per cent of all people who have .syphilis eventually develop this condition However, less than I per cent of those who are ft i ven good, modern treatment for syphilis early in the course of the disease will develop the mental complication. • Paresis comes on insidiously. Many months before the person actually appears to be losing mentality, (hero MODERN ROYALTY "I HORIZONTAL J ,6 Pictured king of Italy. 13 Bustle. . 14 Hornbills. 16 Lock part. 17 To cut oft. 19 Infidel. 20 Civilian. 21 Festivals. 23 Perched. Z4 Clan - pole. 26 Stains. 28 Myself. 29 Street. 48 Neuter 31 Silk thread, pronoun, 32 France. 49 By, 33 Secret Italian 50 Also, society. 52 To exist. 55 Pertaining to 53 Each, air. 37 Satire. 38 To kill a fly. 39 Black haw. 40 Myself. 41 Half. 42 To make lace,' 43 Fad. ' VERTICAL 47 Battering " 1 Go on machine. (music). Ajiswer to Previous -Puzzle 56 Plum cake.. 58 Ship's sailing measures. 59 He his father as king in 1900. 2 Unoccupied. 3 Simpletons.' 4 Sound of surprise.) 5 Scepter. 6 Silkworm, "' ; ' .7 Spar. 8 Mitten; 9 Like. 10 To combine,; 11 Roof edge, 12 Pound. 15 Associates at rness. Jg Digestive substance. 20 Circle making instrument. 21 Political party in his kingdom. 22 Grieved. 25 The Alps separate his land from France. 27 Sailor. 30 Thin transparent fabric. 32 That may be framed. 34 Debatable- 36 Urn. 40Residue from-] pressed grape* '43 Lawyer's charges,. 44 Hour. 45 Auditory;./ 49Nomarchy. 49 Cavity. .51 Unit. ' 54 Italian river."i 55 Electric term, . 56 South Carolina. 57 Verb ending. Tuesday, December 12,_J 939 IED are signs of tlefecb; of emotional con- j trol. Such people are in-liable, ex-1 eitiible and likely to have serious out j bursts of temper. Frequently they be-' come moody ami cry easily when their ' emotions are upset by music or by' looking at pictures. Others signs su'o a laek of concentration and unwill-l ingiiL's-S to follow any definite job or objective for a long lime t Such people become full of ideas' which overflow from the brain. Eventually there is a deficiency of judge- ment in applying the ideas, which is manifested by the fact lluil I!IL- person sees only the advantages and! F1R CHRISTMAS TRESS - Make overlooks the limitations. This leads'*' 01 "' selection early before they are eventually to delusions of grandeur. ; picked uvpr. MONTH SEED STORE In this stage ilu- patient boasts of: ' G-l2tc Itis great power, his wealth, his su-j cial position or his capacity and. un-j fortunately if the ilisea.se has not yet I been detected and (lie person is at. liberty, he may spend vasl. sums uf money umu'ci'jsanly m become easily the victim of ihi/>t> who u'i.sh in exploit him. "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" You can talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands SILL, RENT, BUY OR: SWAP All Wanl Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone Onr time—-2c word, minimum 30c Three Hmos—31/jc word, minimum 50e Six timrx—5c word, minimum 90c One month—1 Be word, minimum '62.70 Roles ore (or'continuous insertions only For Sale FOR SALE--Everything that yon need in New and Used Furniture at the Lowest prices. See us before you buy or sell. KranlUin Furniture Store. N2-1M AS paresis progresses. becomes def memory j FOR SALE- Turkeys, ZOO shews in 'dive and the patient $5 ' 00 ' llens in le rest ill what is going becomes indifferent to his own iftairs and eventually may be pura- yzed not only so far as concerns mo- iun of the logs, bin also as con- enui ability to control Ihe physical .metions of Ihe body. If mental deterioration anil para- ysis progresss still fnrflier, there- fin- illy conies a lime when it becomes mpossible for the patient to control voice and hands. , Columbus, Ark. -Fine big bone Bronzes to pick from. Toms Mrs. E. M. Delaney, 7-Gtp FOR SALE—Pair Smooth-mouthed mules, and plow tools. Olin Croner, at Kru/. Inn. ll-.ltp NEXT: Treating paresis. WE, THE WOMEN Wanted to Buy WANTED to BUY-Cash paid for nice home made quilts. See Mrs. Tom Carrel. Tourist Rooms. Ill West Third street. 9-3tp. Services Offered We cut, ' grind and install auto glasses. Reasonable Prices. Auto Parts for sale. Earl's Wrecking Yard, West 3rd St.. Phone COS ll-Gtp By RUTH IMILLF.'IT The woman who looks on men as potential enemies to be outsmarted may be a successful gold-digger—but she hasn't a chance of being u happy woman. Because of the first thing a woman has to realize before she can find her' place in a man's world is that men and women are fundamentally pretty much alike. If she doesn't realize that, she will go around with a chip on her shoulder, becoming either a woman who uses men for what they are worth to her. or the kind of woman who turns up her nose at marriage and concentrates on a career. But if she does realize it—she is probably an understanding sort, of woman. She'll bother (o flatter men, viol primarily because it gets her some place, but because it makes them feel .so good. Just us she feels set np if a man says or implies that she is a good-looking woman. Sin Fosters Men's I'ride She'll be considerate of men, because she knows that, though she may never speak of it. she appreciates, their consideration. She'll never do anything to hurt their pride, because she- knows theirs is ns easily hurt as her own. She won't, be; stiinrl-offish in her relationship with men because she knows that men— os well as women— appreciate ^ being noticed and taken into a group. And one other thing. .She won't say or kid herself into believing that old line 'Men art- just little hoys." She'll give them credit for understanding her as,well as she thinks she undurstunds them. Tho Bnsili.sk li/ards of Central Amer icu can run erect on the surface of a .stream. Help Wanted WANTED-Wlilte or colored girl to do housework. B. K. Stephens, North Hover SI. Notice NOTlCE-Hoom and Board reason able. Phone lili-l. Mrs. T. K. Un-ev Found One mare mule, brown, age about 25. Taken in December 1st. K. K Griffin, phone C'J or L'fi ll-IUp TAKEN UI J -Or and white HoflMii old. Ciivint? milk yoke. J. J. Kam 0«'c. I, one black ;• cow. aboul X yrs. ii-'l. Hope" lit. Ci-.'lll Onllcry at Miami MIAMI, Fin. — An innovation in the 16th annual $10,000 Minmi Open, Dec. M-17, vfll be nn extensive public address system which will be an extensive public adress system which will keep the Kallcry nclvisecl of the position and scores of the- entire field by menus of field telephones. In KIOO, a $50 automobile lire only about liUM) miles. USE 5 us>t. :• \ Monts Sugar Cure When Butchering:; This Fall and Winter For sale by the leading merchants in every community. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams For Sale FOR 'S41,E—Broilers for Hole. Hur- ina. Phone fitt ur X5. K. K. Griffin. Il-Slp Lost LOST—J 'L- year white with black Richards or call nil olil bik'b poinlcr— spots. Set- Donni; 12-llp For Rent SERVICES OFFERED-See Hemp- itead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, FOR RENT--:: room furnished aparl- or now and re-built. Phone Paul inent with Private hath. 20'.', East Avc- :obb G58-.I. Sept. 26 IM | nue C. i2-;u BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES I WISH YOU'D QUIT FEEDING THAT HORSE SUGAR.' By Edgar Martin ALLtY OPP Weather Forecast: Rain IPR. 183» BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEC. U. S e»t.0fr._ By V. T. Hamlin 7 * STORIES; IN STAMPS *& ( U.'S. Halts Parcel Post Service to Germany JQISRUPTION of transportation has forced suspension of parcel post service from United States to Germany, Czechoslovakia and Danzig, effective immediately until further notice, U. S. postal officials have announced. Danzig's return to the German Reich was commemorated by the recent issue of two stamps, released soon after Gtnnan occupation of the city. -The Cpf stamp, above, shows the famous St. Mary's church; the quaint old Krantor on the Mottlau is the deaigif for the 12pf value. ^ * v Of the 35 Famous Americans to be honored by stamps of the new U. S. series the portrait of only one, Jane Addams, has appeared previously on a stamp. .Miss Addams was philatelically honored, with six other internationally famous women, in Turkey's 1935 issue of 15 values commemorating the 12th Congress of the Women's International Alliance at Istanbul. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, noted American suffragist, v/a. 1 ; rilso included in the series. A lumberman, with saw and ax, smokes his pipe- a-: he walks through thi- foct-Kt on the new 4Jc poslajjc utanip i cleaned by Slovakia, . THEATER. OF ACTIOW, I5OO &.C HAVING NEGOTIATED A SERIES OF MIMOR MISAWEM7URES, OOP AMP PC. ERONSOM GET STARTED IM PURSUITPF <SOOI_A,WHO ISA PRISONER. OF ULYSSES AHH/THERE THEV ARE, OOP.' I TOLD >OU IT WOULDM' -r A KE US CONie T OVER.TAKB THEM /I'M AMV MAKE SMAPPV/ BY NE* SERVICE. INC', f. M. Bi'oTu. S. P«T. Off. WASH TUBES Think Fast, Unkle Link By Roy Crane IN TRVlW TO C.ET RlDDA LUCILLE, I PR5TENDED T. WAS CRAZV MOW THE EMTIRE MEIGHBORHOOD BELIEVES IT.' WEKCV SAVCES! HERE SHE COMES" AH, DEAR WBS.6REV, \T IS ALMOST WOOE THAW I CAU BEAR. feOB) WE WERE TO BE MARRIED LIWKVAWOI. AUC OH.HOJ WOT WHEW THE DEAR 00V MEEDS. ME MO^T... AWD REQUIRES A WOMAW'6 LOUIM6 CABE. I MUST WOT TWUK. OF MVSELF. FOP PEAR SAKE, THE WEDDltJG MUST BE AT ONCE HUMPH! -SHE PPOBABUV "N VEH. VOU FLAWS TO THROW VOU IN ) JUMPED AUUT HOUSE, AND fiRA'B /FROMTH' THE DOU6H vr FRVIM' PAW INTO TH' FIRE UMCLE L\WCOLVJ AMD HOW ABOUT LUCILLE OH,MERCIFUL A HEAAJEWi! WHERE'LL 1 ME XT TO TH\WVC THAT HE'S LOST HIS NMND ' WATURALLV, VOU'LL BREAK VOUR EMSA6E- MEWT? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Police Pull By Merrii Blosser IF HILDA'S V v;7 1 THIMK HER AS HOMEL-Y AS V ' DAD IS JU3T VJ:0|IIMG YOU CLAIM,! JLKTT ) / HEP- OFF OM VJOULOM'T GO.' /{ I DON'T &f-LI[VI ' \ EVER HAD A THAT YOUR. PACKED BY FIRt HYDRANT? FpSCKUES DROVE DOWN HERE AMD PARKED SO I COULD PHOME y^z ftlLDA TOR. ,/ A DATE, J MR. . {} OKAY, GRUBBI.E ' J ( THEN / RED RYDER Thd Night Has Ears By Fred Harmon RUNKJIW . OLDMAKl WITHERS' MOMEV RIOHT WOV>/ I'M MORE OTERESTED IM UJCK.V ( LUCKY, YOUr I.MERE'S A LIGHT IM DRAKE'S ROOM I'Y-/ iSEMEROSITY IS POlM'IH' TRICK, SHARK --MOY C.EM- ECOSITY WITH OLP I v\AM WITHEES 1 ' MOMEY.' NOW--I CAM BEACE MV5ELF . AGAIM5T THIS CHIMWEV AJvJD-- J - r^. — . S SETTIM' PRETTY WITH THAT NEW SCHOOL-

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