Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 17, 1938 · Page 4
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tfc« Quicker Yo« Sell* HATES BOM m«. HOPE. AMtANSAS A Knife in His Back <3n<i time—2c word*, _«».™ «^. Three times—3Ho iwotd, mla. SOc Six tunes—£c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—lie word, minimum |2.79 Bates are for continuous insertions only. ' '• la making word count, disregard Classification name sucn as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Mute-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. ——, IWal. 15 words, at 2c word, 30c tor one time; at 3V4c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon pzesentation of bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc Notice NOTICE—See Frisby, Ideal Furni; ture Store to buy, Sell or Trade Furniture, Homes or Farms. Some bargains, act quick. 20-26tp. •_ NOTICE—Local money to loan on , improved farm lands and city proper' ty; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. '' IM-Oct 20c , Help Wanted—Female i —__—.— iril | _._ — _ ^^ ( The Arkansas State Employment Service has openings for two Women General Office Clerks, must, be neat, accurate and diligent workers. Must be experienced. 104V 2 South Main street. , ' - , 15-3t-dh FOR RENT " FOR RENT—Three room apartment, modern, including glassed in sleeping/ porch. South exposure furnished or/ unfurnished, reasonable. Mrs. J. H' Bennett, 110 N. Washington. Phor/e 669-J. - 14 .3 FOR RENT—Apartment with private bath and entrance and garage. Mrs. S. G. Norton, 520 N. Hervey. Pftone 427-J. 14-/3tc FOR - RENT—Furnished apartment, kitchen sink, continuous hot /water, Tourist Rooms on Hi-way 67/ Mrs Tom Carrel. t" hisAbroad back, Sam Thomas stood Los Angeles while he waited for a him-^ V rUnk ' Whom Thomas had reined him in the back as he turned to walk away. Doc-- tors said Thomas had an even chance to liva CHINESE FOOD GRASS FOR RENT—Six-room ho/ise near • ( Oglesby school, good condition.: Also •'furnished apartment, private bath. Close in. Middlebrooks Gi'ocery Co Phone 607. / n-3tc" For Saie 7 ™ " FOR SAI/E—Books in sets, "Worl Books," "The South in the Building , of the Nation," "The Self Interpreting , Bible,' and other books. Wash kettle wash boiler, sewing machine motor , Mrs. W. W. Duckett, 522 S. Elm. 17-3tc FOR SALE—SORGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. ' 13-20tdh A Munich doctor who collects transport tickets now has a collection of more than 40,000 from a hundred different countries. PIANO CLOSE OUT—We have a few more days to move the stock of pianos we have stored in Hope. We are going to sell this stock at some PRICE, make us an offer, make your terms, we wil deliver it to your home. Stored, at Holly Used Furniture Store, E. 3rd'St Hope, Arkansas, Collins Piano Company 17-3tp Wanted _ WANTED TO BUY-Three quarter iron bedstead, springs, mattress, 9x12 Wool rug. Mrs.'Tom Carrel, Tourist Rooms, 1T . 3tp ( REST AND RELAX Enjoy a good game of Billiards with your friends. CRINER'S BILLARD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater SEE JETT WILLIAMS For Quick Service when making your Government Cotton Loans. Classed by a Government Licensed Classet, 108 South Walnut Street HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Phone for Estimate Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 HORIZONTAL •/I Pictured / cereal grass. ' / 5 It is grown. / on low land,: / easily——'. 13 Clay huts. 14 To entice. 15 Metallic ' rock. 16 Voluble. 17 To scrutinize. 19 Prickle. 21 Ell. 22 King of beasts. 23 Pillar of stone. 24 Senior. 25 Elevator. 26 Metrical composition. 27 Toward. 29 To diversify. 30 Sour in aspect., ,/..,. 31 Evergreen tree. 32 Amphitheater center. 34 South African farmer. 35 Paths of Answer to Previous Puzzle mathematical curves. 36 Skin. 37 Spar. 38 To sink. 39 New England fish. 40 South America. 41 Pair. 42 Form of "a." 43 Trees, genus Ulmus. 43 To permit. 46 Cut of meat. 47 Passage. 49 Flower leaf. 50 It is grown for its seed 52 It is a ' food crop. 53 Tendon. VERTICAL 1 Tatter. 2 Wastrel. 3 Spiral spring. 4 To recede. 5 To change into bone. 6 Enthusiasm. 7 To hasten. 8 France. 9 Piece of correspondence. 10 Sheep's coat. 11 Eccentric. 12 Beasts' home. 18 Folding bed. 20 Skirt's edge. 22 Italian coin. 23 Acid. 24 It'is very rich in . 25 Farm. 26 Bard. 28 It is a staple diet in the 29 Blood feud. •30 Bride's property. 31 Haze. 33 Stream. 34 The soul. 35 Gibbon. 37 Face cover. 38 Small twigs, 40 Tiny. 42 Eagle's nest. 44 To jump. 45 Thin. 46 To plant. 46 Three. 49 Postscript. 51 "Northwest Conferciice Games Team- W. L T. Pts.Op, Pine Bluff 4 0 0 85 6 3enton _ 2 0 0 29 12 Jonesboro ; 2 0 0 46 12 ittle Rock 2 0 0 58 27 Hope 1 I 0 47 39 forth Little Rock 1 0 '3 77 20 •"orrest City 1 1 1 26 29 Jl Dorada 00166 lot Springs 0 2 1 33 46 Fort Smith Oil 7 20 ''larksville 010 6 35 fordyce 0 2 0 12 46 iussellville 020 6 76 Camden 010 0 32 City Meat Market Choice K. C. & Native Meats Sea Foods - Poultry Prompt Free Delivery Phone 767 Evan Wray LeBoy Henry Government Cotton Loans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T, S. McDAVJTT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER" Question on Page One The comedian's name is Ben Turpin. His outstanding physical characteristic is the fact that he is cross-eyed. He was born in New Orleans in 1874. The name of the English highwayman was Richard Turpin. Old-Age Pension (Continued rrom Page One) of the restraining order in the lower court was to stop prosecution under a criminal statute. Fraud in Petitions. In its Rotenberry ruling the supreme court said that "hundreds of names were signed in the same handwriting" on the ptitions and that "there is not even an attempt to disguise the fact that in many, many instances such names were written by the person who circulated the petition." "The right to sign another's name to an initiative petition does not exist," tiie court held. The supremo court named C. W. McKay, of Magnolia, to succeed George Norman, of Hamburg, on the State Board of Bar Examiners. 1938 Wage-Hour (Continued from Page One) ercd. Where workers are puid on a piecework basis or un a weekly or monthly rate, they must receive at least the equivalent of the minimum hourly rate. 40-Ccu.t Minimum iu J945 Bcgumlug Ocluljfj- 2-1, 1039, the salu- —^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^••na^B^MM^^^^^^^ tory wo*k week will be 42 h&ufs and after the second yeaer of the aet ( ofilj 40 hours, the minimum hourly wa# fate will be raised from 25 to 30 cents, a year from now, nnd will be pushed to 40 cents on October 24, 1945. Due to meager funds, less than hall the division's 12 regional offices will bfe opened this fall. (The 12 cities are Boston, New. York, Philadelphia/Richmond, Cleveland, Birmingham;' Chicago, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Hous* ton, Denver, and San Francisco.) So there will be few inspectors available to check the records which employers are required to keep of persons employed, their wages and hours worked. There's a multiple system of enforcement, however, which tends to discourage any willful violations. Andrews urges nl lemployers and em- ployes to report such violations, assuring,the latter that the act specifically protects them from discharge or dis-i crimination. <' Employes May Sue Employes may bring suit for unpaid minimum Vages or unpaid overtime nfid employers violating wage and hour requirements are liable for such sums plus nn equal amount to cover dam* ages, court cost sand attorney fees. It Will be unlawful to ship or sell in- interstate commerce any . goods produced where a person' was employed in Violation of the-wage or-hour sections ,to discriminate against any complaining employe, to fail to keep the required records or to falsify any required record. • Penalties arc a fine up to $10,000 and imprisonment for up to sis months, the latter for second offenders only, 'Oppressive child labor" is defined as employment of children under 16 n any occupation except xvhcre the Children's Bureau determines employment of children of 14 to 15 won't, ih- .crferc with schooling, health or well- Monday, October 17,1938 being, and employment of children under 18 In occupations determined as hazardous or detrimental. Specifically exempted from boll wage mid hour provisions are agricultural workers, seamen, employes of airplanes, street car, motor bus, interurban railways and of weekly or semiweekly newspapers of less than 3000 circulation; porsons<ih bona fide executive, professional or local retailing capacity, or outside salesmen) em- ployes of any retail or ^service establishment, most of whole selling or servicing is in interstate commerce; those crfgngetl in fishing and the fishing industry; persons employed in the area of production to handle, prepare or can agricultural dairy or horticultural products for market. Employes of railway, motor bus nnd .ruck carriers regulated by the I. C. C. are exempt from the hour rules, as are workers in the first processing of milk or cream into dairy products, in gin nlng nnd compressing cotton, the pro cessing of cotton seed and the process ing of agricultural products into sugar or syrup. In Industries'doslgnated by Andrews as "seasonal" employes may work up to 12 hours a day or 56 hours a week for not more than 14 weeks each year the overtime rate applying for hours in excess. Workers engaged in can ning or packing fresh fruits and vcg etables in the production area or In dressing poultry or slaughtering livestock arc oxempt from all hour provisions for up to 14 weeks. Learners, apprentices nnd handicapped workers nny be employed below the minimum wngc under individual certificates issued by the administrator. Perfect rubies of good size arc worth cvcral times as much as diamonds if the same weight. Dr. Morris Begins (Continued from Page Ontfi . OUR BOARDING HOUSE ... with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY WMAT ARE YOU DO) 'Z&r OM ALL FOURS f AK6 ' you TRVIMG TO CATCH TM' SCEWT OP A DIMS SOM6- OWE LOST ? VOU .MUST HAVE BBEM POKiMca YOUR MUZZLE (WTO EVERV NOOK IW TH'HOUSE, BV TH'REDOLOW OW YOUR , SWOUT f . AWF -AM - UM- A ~~ t WAS 0LJST ADMIRIWO THE IMTPycATE COLOR PESIQM THAT IS WOVESJ ' WTO TH/S RU3w.VAS/ EGAD, IWFORWIMQ HIM OF THE OFFEK OF^2OO FOK THE " RETURM OF- THAT fiLASS EYE WOULD OMLY IKJVITE RUIW- OUS COMPETITIOW^ real nnd authentic expression of the progress of the work of the Archaeologists. Monday night he will show pictures of the excavations of' the ancient cities mentioned in the Bible, which have been covered up in the ground for thousands of ycnrs, and lost to all knowledge of man, nnd which make thrilling revelations of mnrvcl- ous civilizations in the ancient past. Dr. Morris has lectured far and wide over the United States to Inrge audiences in lending churches of mnny denominations with marked approcln- -ion. People of nil denominations, and -he public in general, are/all invited o sec these rare nnd gripping pictures. By J. R. WILLIAMS ' COPR. 19M BY NEAl ) e WAMTS -TO BE THE JLY SUCKER IW THE , POUD=s BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES EKTRNT/ ALLEY OOP The Man of the Hour t-AM MM.... j 1 I'LL TELL VEW WHV I CAMPED HE/XH, EP vdRB TOO CUMB TO SEE—• BECAUSE IT'S CLOSE TO WATER.... I MM BA>CKIU' WATER A MILE PER WO COWPLMOCHER UVIWV / HE'S GOT ALL / TH' ROCKS TO I PROP TW COOK I OUTFIT— IT'S HARD TO \ OME PER TO V PROP US UP THIS- WOM'T WORK-BR I MEAM1 CAWT I FOUMP OWE PER ME AKJ OME PER, MY COFFEE- THEY'LL HOLD UPMV BED TOWIGHT - HEROES ARE ^A^DE WOT BORU *-LVWHEW.' 1 THOUGHt WE /AND VOU SAID HP \YEM-AND i ^\n HF WA^ WERE DONE TOP-AND (WOULDN'T PIW7 FOR YOU v^OO--AND NOW HE'S *"= WOULD A BEEN IF\M £ LII < E 0|N NV DOtS JouTTHERt GMN 1 imt i IFP I ufiriw'T DCCM rrtiN^. cr\o vm i yii".. JrJ? 1 *^. .5?' v "» "J- 3 LIFE Kakky Doesn't Need Help By EDGAR MARTIN - / 11 MADN'l BEEN FOITHPOR YOU . UTTLE KAXKV.r 'TO'iAV^OURS BUT, | WONT LET'IM DOWN/ .NO SIR.'/ WASH TUBES By V. T. HAMLIN JUST A PtEASE, CAROL. PLEASE YOl/BE BREAKWMV HEART HIVA. /VOU60TTA LET MEEK- !" PLA.IM. YOU (JOT TO! T Inside Looking Out IA\ GOING OUT VNO OOP'AS THERE AN'SAVE/KAKKVVMASTER KAKKV FROM ( TW^P TOME ' KILLER. 1 ? I'LL SAVE HIM/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS .or. u-n All the Comforts of Home ANOTHER A^SASSIN, Ml COROVJEL. LEAPED UPOM THE AUTOMOBILE. By ROY CRANE 'THfclSAW OUTRA6E! WOPODY^ JUSTICE?^ KIU TREAT ME LIKE THIS} I JBAH> EEW PEMAMD A LAWVER! XPAWA7UELA. I T)E»^AMO JUSTICE!/*^.|oy. BET' ceo LliCc CBvme FOP tHE WOOM. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE PACKAGE- FOR, : RECKLES MS GOOSEY/ SIGN HERE, PLEASE/ WHY ITS FROM DUDLEY WASJSLE F A PILLOW/ WELL, DoeeoisiE THAT GUY.' I'D LIKE TO — THERE'S ^ WRITING EMBROIDERED ON IT.' WHAT DOES IT SAY By MERRILL BLOSSER * WHEN A . PLAYER HAS Tp sir ON THE BENCH, THATS WHERE -we RUB GOMES'" WnH THB MOWLED&e THAT PART of HIOB -OUT /S KEALL.V ffJ U. S. 7ERKJTOR.y, JACKAUD WUI7EV 7VIEPAKS FORA BOLP •ATTACK... THEM DEUTEKJAMT. PLEASE. 6E SURE VOUH. SUPPOR.TIM& SQUADRONJ r FUES HIGH AUD OUT OP SieHT TILL. An Insult? VE-OW.' IS THIS] BASV A PEACH/ '"X ~T YEAH'- BUT DOM'T FORGET voue. REAL WORK | IS TO BE . POME OW -7 FOOT/1 WHILE, WBA AMD LOVIE 1AVERE ARE PUTTIWO OW A dAYACT FOR'THE SPIDER' AMD BENSON AT THE VILLA T By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll BUT WITH LEETLE MVKA" HERE IS DIFFEREUT SHE'S WOT WORTH MUCH CASH TO AWVONJE, WO2 ' f A

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