Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 15, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 15, 1939
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v -«ft#'^'. .'l- <,"- • « = — ~ ^^^"^ •* f " oi>& ' **"' ****** *&*• Consolidated January 18, 1929 False Report! week -< 1a y afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASHBUBN. Editor and Publisher CAP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)— Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Hbseriptlon Bate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier XKT m ° n j llt6 ^ : one J*"- »•»• By mail, in Hempstead . & . Miller and LaFayette counties. $3.50 per year; elsewhere $«.50 t. The Associated Press is exclusively to the use for ^publication 06 all news dispatches credited o It Or ited in this paper and also the local news published hereto! ANSWIRTO CRANIUM CRACKt* im Vagf Out L Jean Hurlow: (g) Hnrlonn Cnr- pcntior. 2. David Mnnners: (a) Rnuff Ac- klon. .'). BIthel Mormnn: tf) Ethel 7.1m- niemitin. 4. Mary Pickforcl: (c) Gladys Smith. 5. Jnck Bonny: (d) Jack Knbel- sky. G. noberl Taylor: (c) Arlington Brongh. 7. Nancy Cnrroll: (b) Anna La Hiff. Tr " lutw - E '<-- : ge will be made for all tributes/c concerni "8 «' p departed. CoUlmna to l "' otpcl r ' spons ' bluty Business Is On Good Behavior us; been uiuun-eied n o instances O f excessive profits or ie face ot death uiul destruction. Produclioit has general. have repeatedly asserted they don't want, war ayain Tliev the .sound reason that it's expensive. Neither ihey nor the . people can afford to have another war. After all hitting pot doesn't mean very much if you have fo p ,,t it HU bark io he the heels that the water may come out. Later others help forth the water by .strutiking, crushing, and driving his bolly and stomach reasonably hard, from the bottom of his belly toward his throat. If it be cold weather let all this be clone in n warme rooine before :i good fire." Since that time other physicians luwc mud if led the technique so Hint' now in England and in the United States the method most yenerally used is known as the Schaefer method. Ii this technique certain essentials art. desirable. When- the ground is sloping, the unconscious person should always be place with the head lowest since (his helps the circulation of the blood in (lie brain. When a person is unconscious because of ;i fracture of tho skull, however, the head should be highest beroii.se it > is important to decrease tho supply of blood to the head. As soon as possible, the patient's mouth and throat .should be fell .•••o that anything loose like chnwini: gum, tobacco, or false teeth may be removed. !i NEXT: Hules for rcstnrlug livcatlilng. Atlanta Welcomes wood Stars "THT; MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" You can folk to'only one man Wont Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RINT, BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone One tlm«—3e word, minimum I0< Six Hmet—Sc Word, minimum »0e Three times—Jt/je word, minimum SOc One month—1 Be word, minimum $3.70 Rolfs ate for rontimioun insertions only For Sale VlH CHRISTMAS TREES - Make your .selection early before they are picked over. MONTR SKED STORE C-12tc Hollyi THE FAMILY DOCTOR f. M. neo. u. «. PAT. By DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN of the American Medical As HygeJa, the Health Magailna Everyone Should Kno^~How to Help Restore Breathing by Artificial Means (This is the first of a series of three articles by Dr Fishbcin on artificial 'respiration.) Certain types of accident are so frequent that it is well for everyon" to have some knowledge of how to give first aid under such circumstances People become unconscious due to inhaling carbon monoxide gas. Breathing stop^i because of electric shocks. and the number of drownings is not decreasing appreciatively. The first essential in all such cases is restoration Of breathing. In Great Eritian; it has been suggested that practical instruction in artificial respiration should be incorporated in the school curriculum of every boy and girl. Moreover, trained personnel is necessary at bathing beaches, swimming, pools, among workers in mines, and in other industries. Long before we really appreciated the nature of these hazards, however, the subject concerned the doctors. In 1G33 and English doctor named Stephen Eradwell described a method for taking care of people who were apparently drowned. He said, 'Turn the feete upward, head and mouth downward and so hold by GARDEN FLOWER Answer to Previous JPazitle HORIZONTAL I Pictured common garden Mower. 3 The variety yields a narcotic. 9 Mooley apple. 10 Drama parts. 12 Verse. 14 To be victor. 15 Pair. 16 Empowered. 18 Humor. 19 Negative. 20 Unopened leaf 21 Flannel. 22 Almond. 24 Merrymaking. 28 Cow-headed goddess. 30 Insulated. 31 Domesticates. 33 It belongs to the genus — 36 For each 37 Pound. 39 Force. 40 Hair ribbon tie. 42 Heart. 43 Occupied a seat. 45 X. 46 Types of sails. 48 Pertaining to the sun. 50 Genus of rodents. 51 Small child. 52 To eai-n. 53 To become, 55 The deep. 57 Fatty. 58 Its are red, yellow and white. VERTICAL 1 Some varieties are or perpetuate. 2 Sinister. 3 Cougar. 4 Year. 5 Fetid. 0 Writing implement. 7 Subsists. 8 Human being. 11 Was indebted 13 To recede. 15 Languished. 17 Pitcher ear, 18 To fluctuate, 21 Leprous person. 23 Point. 24 Black bird". 25 Right. 26 To bark. 27 Tin's plant is called an (Pi.). 29 To undermine. 30 Leather dresser. 32 To wander. 34 Yam. 35 Opposed to cold. 38 Foundf-d. 40 Mountain mint. 41 Moist. 44 Moldings, 46' Ship's term. 47 Comfort. 49 Part of mouth 00 Myself. 52 Marnu. 53 Common verb 54 Toward. 56 While. 'Gone With the Wind' Premiere Friday Night ATLANTA, Ga. ~(/I>\- One hundred thousand to the mile, film-frantic Atlanta whooped n merry \vol- comp Thursday to movie folk come- to town to .slnrt 'CJoiir With the Wind" down that long box office trail. Joe, Jane :md little Johnny Fiin swarmed sidewalks, steps, lawns, hung out of windows to form such a crowd as Atlanta had never seen. They stood for as much as three hours under bright but cold skies, spoofed the polic and each other, finally caught glimpses of Clark Gable and the rest of the visitors paraded from airport to hotel. Safety past this first and biggest crowd-handling problem, Police Chief M. A. Hornsby looked with o bit more confidence Thursday the big finale of Friday night's premiere, said earnestly: "There wore 250,000 to 300.000 people (Atlanta's metropolitan population is about 435,000) along the three downtown miles of tho parade. It's like nothing we've ever had before but we're mighty proud of the way they acted." Mayor William B. Harlsfield took over the introducing job in front of a hole! before a massed throng that blocked famed Peachtree street for three blocks. Swiftly stepped before tho microphone cast members Evelyn Keyes- Suellen O'Hara, Ann Rutherford Careen O'Hara, Laura Hope Crews-Aunt Fittypat (still flustered by a train wreck en route here, and her without smelling salts), Ona Munson-Belle Wattling, Olivia do Haviland-Melanie Wilkes, Vivian Leigh-Scarlett O'Hara, lastly and to tho loudest yells, Clark C!abli.--Rliet| Butler. Productr David O. Sel/nick, Ac- In.'.ss C.'.'irole Lombard ami Actor Lau- K.'iico Oliver, who came for the ride, provided an (JX tra Hollywood fillip,' while liandsinaii Kay Ky.sei- represented the- world of radio. Claudette Colbert wa.-; in the parade but a cold ki-pt her off th windy platform. Next, cauu; a huge charity ball staged by tho Junior League amid yards of limiting, miles of smilax, hundreds of Confederate flags, acres of hoop- ••-.kirls and ante- helium atmosphere from floor to roof ,,f the city's auditorium. Thruutrti all this hullabaloo at least one person sat quietly at home with the radio turned on— this was recently iiilinu Margaret Mitchell, the five- fool housewife who'' starti-d all this by writing that book. Fafe. Weaves A Cotton Web LEONARD, Tex.-i/Pi— The cotton that If. E. Suddcrlh and S. C. Owens grew intuit; a roundabout trip but came j-iehl bark h«m- in the ftinn uf clothing. A irii-chiihic at a cotton mill in Alabama noted dial a Texas sliipmon tof cotton bore tags indicating it came fiorn near Leonard, where the mechanic's sister lives. When cloth was made from the cotton the mechanic sent some of it. with , the shipping tags, to his .sister and she | traced the growers through the tag | numbers, i the cloth. making them a present of Legal Notice NOTICK The reassessment of benefits of Street Improvement District No. 11 and ILs Annex No. J, and also Curb & Gutter District No. 7 and its Annex No. 1. have been filed in my office, and arc now open for inspection. This 8th day of December 1939 T. R. BILLINGSLEY, Clerk 'Note: These are the South Main (Street districts in Hope, Arkansas) I Dei- 8, 15 VOU SALK- Everything thnt yon need in New and Used Furniture at the Lowest prices. See us before you buy or sell. Franklin Furniture Store. N2-IM FOR SALK Ivory table top range, rugs,.bedroom suite ami other house• liulil (!0(x).s. 4MW.Ave.fi. M-.'Hp Wanted WANTED- Shnr» cropper with force enough to work fifteen acres cotton and thirty acres corn. SPI- A, C. Muddy Hope, Route 1. M-3lp' For Rent FOR RENT 3 ri-oiii furnislir-d apartment with Private bath. 20,'! Esist Ave- iot! Pal Turkeys for Sale, oast on Highway 4. Phone 07. (i miles i:t-:up Reddics Hope for Strong Cage Team &a TI..VK *MV'i~:r ,1 w*ri 43 *jUlcy* Mini n do ( ttJthout water'almost as I cftmelg ,con. A J,';. " ^ , ^ USE Monts Sugar Cure When Butchering For sale by the leading merchants in every community. R lilht OUT OUR WAY By J. R.Williams Services Offered We cut, grind and install auto glasses. Reasonable Prices. Auto Parts for sale. Earl's Wrecking Yard, West 3rd St., Phone fi05 H-6tp SERVICES OFFERED-Seo Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourtli, for new and re-built, Phone Paul Cobb G58-.I. s e p t . 2C 1M Notice TAKEN UP—On Doc. I, one black and white Hoelsline tow, about 8 yrs. old. Giving milk. Wearing wooden yokf>. .7. J. Samuel, Hope. Rt. (I. 12-3tp - Conch Torn Murphy held his first basket ball work-' out this wock and said he would have a sli-'onij liui'-iip for Saturday niyhls' 1,'Mne here, with Toxarltium Collet-e. Carry-over letter men ure Udell Uunce, Pficy Ramsey and Harold ..;lwcltelfor(l. Aiiiony new men report- inn is Donald Bynie, a -star last sen- s-oil with tin; Little Rock ind.ipondenl quintet. Ralph Jmm.'S, a reserve last season, also is rated a fine prospect Clyde Needhum of Scranton i.s a f-rad- uale of SubiacO Academy. Other players include Dun Nail of Sheridan, Hodge Phillips of Malvcn, and Ed Confer of Alabama, all reserves last season. New mun are A Stephens of Pirn- R| t | tfe . 73. Brooks' of Malvern, Joe Kearney of Little Kock, Timou Stephens of Nacodoches Jex... Ned Bennet of New Jersey Dick Doyle of Amhy and Doyne Rich of Hot Springs. IT'S A BEAUTIFUL CREATION, ALL? RIGHT/ FIRST THIMe YOU KNOW THEY'LL HAVE SIGNS ON 'EM SAVIN' "BUMPERS BY MIKE. LEAR.Y, HUB CAPS BY JTOE JfULOSM" AN)'SO ON), LIKE TH'MOVIE PICTURES, AM 1 <SIVE TH' MECHANICS A LITTLE PUBLICITY/ YEH, AM' GIVE .JOE A CHANJCe TO BBCOME A STABAM'^IT , PROMOTE!? FROM HUB CAPS TO BUMPERS WITH A SALARY RAISE OP BO CENTS / NO, THAT WOULONTT WORK"JOE COULDM'T AFFORD TO SEMD FANS HIS PHOTO OR AUTOGRAPH ON THAT/ -_ w • -fc/ THE UNSUNG ARTISTS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin ALLEYOPP Anyway, HeiWas Sore LOOK WHAT THA J PDW'T GIVE A HAWG HE IS/I'LL SHOW HIM A. THNye. OR TWO.. GIMME THAT TOMMY GUM. 1 CAN'T DO THAT TO ME/ WASH TUBBS A Loyal Pal By Roy Crane SWJX! WE LUCILLE WAS AFTER VOUS3 ALL ALDUS UWCLE LIUCOLU ALU I TOLD HEC WAS THAT UMK'D HAVE TO BE SUPPOBTED BECAUSE HE COULPU'T REWEWBBR WHERE HE'D BURIED HIS MOMEV THMS All R\GHT,OLD TIMER. "ESSED UPW/OWMLIFE OVER A WOMAW OWCE AMD HATE TO SEE AOOTHER FELIA DO LIKEWISE JU^f PRETEVlt) VOIT 1 DIDU'T H£AC TRAT. _ A MATTER THItt EA^-VMEVER OH,6EE,THrS \S EXCITIUS! A WOMAM RUIVSS H\S LIFt ^O THAT'S WHV EA6V IS D\S\WTEPESTED BUT IM PVIU6 OF CUEIOS\TV, WHAT HAPPENED? WttO WA-o 'SHE? VOU'RE H\S BE?,T FRIEND. -SUPELV VOU KUOW AL\. ABOUT IT t>OM'T60 PRVIKl' IUTO fOM'T COUCEPM FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Heck Gets in Lard's Hair By Merril Blosser HECTOR, YOU SMITH WHIL6 POWDER MY NOSE/ I'M IDEA OF USIM' AIN'T »T A POPS IM FAVOR. OF CAPITAL TO SELL HIM __|i OILLY? fAY POPS A POLICE CAPfAIM , V KNOW.AKJO BEEN WORKW To HELP H^ .' TAKE LOOK our THAT WINDOW / HE DON'T LIKE HANQIN6. THOUGH . OR ELECTRIC CHAIRSt mo qy net SEnvice, INC RED RYDER The Murder Plot By Fred Harmon KINDA SMART, AREN'T SOU.RYDER? MAYBE YOU LERNEP MORE THA«\W« SOOP TOR — HOLP HIM, SHARK.' TH' MOOKI'S ABOUT •DOWM, LUCKY; WHAT WILL we DO WITH HIM? WRAP HIM IN SACKS AND HEAD FOR THE RIVER'

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