Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 16, 1938 · Page 2
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a i fc i * 1 1 1 I i t f Star of Hope. 1899; Press, 1927. Consolidated January 18,1929 0 Justice, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! every W «lw3ay afternoon by Star Publishing Co, Inc. tt WMhburn> at ™ e Star building> 212 - 214 South Political Announcements (& R PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. CNKA)— Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week PW *? r nl S 65c; onc year ?8l5 °- B y maU - in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6 50 Press: Th* Associated Press Is exclusively en- j?fJ°, r re P ubl5cation of a » news dispatches credited to it or not credited In this paper and also the locnl news published herein Chaiges on Tributes, Ete.: Charge wjll be made for all tributes, cards o( K M » ^ Orf . me « loril f 1s ' concerning the departed. Commercial news* J? !" ?,* J " Ae news columns to Protect their readers from a of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-Keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. .Is authorised to make «M8 following candidate announcements. Subject to the action of the city Democratic primary election Wednesday, November 30: For Mayor J. A. EMBREE for Alderninn. Ward One A. C. ERWTN J. B. WILLIAMS For Alderman, Ward Four SYD MCMATH ' Editor, Journal it. yitf. tr. g. Pat . oik, MORRIS F1S1IBEIN Med.cal A^oc.M.on, and ot Health Mflfttlne Vanity of Women An Important Factor in Prolonging Their Lives Speech Not Completely Free Isn't Free at AH It is only to be expected that the silliest of all definitions of free speech should come out of the bailiwick of Hague of New Jersey " 0 W3S Ced by Co1 ' Hugh Kell - v - ^rotary to Governor ° ne P roblcm to to" speech, and it won't take mo 15,000 y f «* "P^h. thc Founding Fathers meant a man should ° wn home - Today's Answer! to CRANIUM CRACKERS *t™=h US '° f ° n anecclote hantle d down from the straight-laced 1880s when a very prim and puritanical fresh-water college in the middle west had an iron-clad rule against dancing mo ,r CCBOTd M? 1° ** St0ry> * e dean of wome " m this" college was having a meoung with the matrons of the women's boarding houses; and one matron said that a number of the girls liked dancing because of Us gay Kch Tristod^ Pe ^ UtCd - , after ° H mal « CM ™ h *« le « *e' ror such girls to dance a bit with each other? «M Tf 6 lf d *?? P^dered, then delivered herself solemnly. If any girl she said, frit that she amply must dane-if the urge to expre.i herself rhymtaUly Between these two positions there is an amusing parallel 1. True. Kangaroos weigh as much as 200 pounds. £. False. The speaker of the House of Representatives is elected to serve at the will of the •House. 3. True. President Zachary Taylor never voted. 4. False. So many factors nffect fish biting that no hard and fast rules are laid down. 5. True. Hamlet said "There is something rotten in Denmack." Of all trees, tall oaks arem ost sus- ceptable to lightning. No trees are immune, and valuable trees often are rodded to protect them. •.., ~ I...MVI uau wiumtuc conditions more nines and do not live as long as those who live sheltered lives The socia aspects of our llv«s are clbsely related to oud health and the }"ears of our living. Recently British authorities have r|r>hyl;ted the jtrnprntaWte of such factors not only on the men who are employed but on the wives of these . , -i workers in paper nnd paper goods had tin excess amount of deaths from cnn- cer. Wherens their wives did not have such excess. Cancer of the skin increases ns one passes down the social .scale not only men but nlso their wives. Thus the occupational fnctor for cnnced of the skin woud seem to have little influence. For some reason doctors and sur- seons suffer froV»\' clisenses of the stomach and the Intestines to n much greater extent than do their wives. Although men ant! women die in about the some numbers from the discuses associated with ijoverty 1 — llke- tubeeulls, syphilis, bronchitis,! nnd pneumonia—women nre much less nffectecl thnn nre men by those clisenses thnt nre definitely associated with whnt is commonly cnlletl "high living." The people #,-ho suffer chiefly with diabetes, Infltimntions of the kidney nnd glmlstones, ns well us With high blood pressure and brain hemornge nre those who ent henrtily, exercises little nnd nre overweight. Apparently, therefore, married women take more cnre of their weight, their diets nnd there general nppearnncc thnn do iheir husbands nnd this tribute to van- ty is probably nn Important fnctor in iroloilKl'iS their lives'. For mnny years t has been well established thnt over- Wednesday, November 16.1938 weight nfter midle age is n menace to long life. Certnirt diseases- seem to' be cle- finitey the disease* df pbverty. Rhe- umalie heart disease,' rupture, plufisy nnd nceident ocur much niore often in those of difficult.financial elreum- stnnces thim in thse who nre well-to- do. Inflnmmntions of the prostate gland, leukevnln, angina peelorii, ap* pemlictis hardening of the liver, and suicides occur much more frequently both men nnd in women among those who nre wel-to-tlo thnn among those who nre in-difficult circumstances. Hhc four ocupntions which In Eng- Innd have the most fnvornble experience In relationship to morality nre ngrlcultural machine workers, rndio operators nnd telephone operators draftsmen, nnd cost accountants. In contrast to these four oecup- ntonnl groups? those with the worst morality rates were tin nnd copper mine Workers, bclogrounl sand with blasters, other miners, and steve- dors It takes hnrclly a Vnjoment's consideration to explain this incidence. ^For doctors nnd surgeons the most Significant cnuses of deaths nre nnglnn pcctoris, appendicitis, nnd other diseased of the stomnch nnd intestines. In- terestolhly enough, the only'group of Workers who exceed doctors with stomnch trouble were the group of nnkeepcrs. Authorities, editors nnd jmidnnlistte hnve n normal general morality nnd do not seem to suffer from Significant influences peculnrinr to journislism ns n profession. When the ignition is shut off during a const clown n long hill, unhurried gas is sucked Into the cylinders and cuts the oil, so ihut it is less efficient ns a lubricant. )R HOOPLE Legal Notice WARNING ORDER A * " Ot com ^ e ^ fee it isn't free at all. COLUMNS OF &1 AiJElEP- OPPORTUNITIES Tell the Quicker You SeU" Service* Offered .< See Hempstead. Mattress Shop, 712 •West Fourth, for New and Re-built. , Phone Paul Cobb. 658-J. i-26tc Special, ?3.50 permanents §2.00; S250 Permanents $1.50. All beauty work guaranteed. White Way Beauty Shop. Phone 113. 15 . 3tc For Safe .FOR SALB-Hom'e in Hope. Real bargain. Liberal terms. Write Owner 510-Exchange Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. 15-12tp o, S ALE-SOKGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. _ 13-20tdh FOR SALE— Beauty work, the best m permanents. -Herloise, Kathleen Carmen, Vonceil. Kate's Beauty and Gift Shop. "For Something New Call 31c _ _ FOR.SALE-Btudebaker '37 piclcup fruck-must be sold in next few days See VT O. Beene, Walnut and Division Street - 14-4t-p FOR REN1 FOR RENT-New 3 room house, 2 miles east of Hope on Highway 67 Electric lights, 3% acres land. Newt Pentecost. Phone 215-W. 14-3tc FOR RENT—Two fished "b.d- rooms with modern conveniences. Close in. Reasonable rates. Call 389R 16-3tp ' A bridge foursome could play 24 hands every day for s period, of 6,123,825,480,455,803,565,917 years and never h&ve the same distribution of cards. ~ ^ • •, One-half of the entire weight of a termite may be made up of tiny pro- tozo inside the body, which benefit the host termite by digesting the wood it eats. No. 4235 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. R. L. Gamble Plaintiff vs. Julia Mae Gamble Defendant The Defendant, Julia Mae Gamble is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complain of the Plaintiff, R. L Gam- ale. Witness my hand and' the seal of said court this 1st day of November 1938 (Seal) RALPH BAILEY, Clerk Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that the County Examiner of Hempstead County, has called an election to be held in Guernsey School District No. 20-B of Hempstead County, on the 2Gth day of November, 1938, at which the qualified electors in said School District shall vote on the question of a loan from the Revolving Loan Fund, and thp levying of a' special tax of 5 mills 'annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the district so long as is necessary to repay said loan and the interest thereon. Such election shall be held at Guernsey School Building (white) on the 26th day of November, 1938, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock p. m. and 6:30 o'clock p. m., and otherwise in the same manner as is provided by law for holding annual school elections. Witness my hand this 8th day of November, 1938. E. E. AUSTIN, County Examiner, 9-16-23 Hempstead County. A WANT-AD VEM, ~TM' MAJOR WAS 3UST T&LLIWQ, ME ABOUT ATRIP HE TOOK INTO THE ARCTIC. OWCE/ IT. WAS so COLD THAT TV WORDS FROZE WHEW YOU TALKED AMD YfoU HAD TO TAKE THSM IMSIDE AKJD THAW THEM OUT TO HEAR WHAT THE OTHER GUV WAS SAYlN<3 f OUT OUR WAY WHY, THAT BUS LL J<3/ PID HE TELL. YOU THAT? IT'S TRUE, ALL. RIGHT; BUT I'M TH' BABY WHO HAD THAT EX- PERIEMCE.' OM TH' FIRST WARM DAY TH ' NEVT SRRIMG, WHEN ALLTH' MCXSES THAWED OUT, YOU WEVER H6ARD SUCH A RACKET/* t WAS KMOWM AS V> ICIC:LE IKE" "^-L USED TO START SWEATING WHEMTH 1 MERCURY WENT ANY HIGHER THAN 9O -J5S BELOW/ BABY ! CAN HE DISH HOOPLE '•£"•.* tst, • IT WAS . COLD= every 20-pound porcelain elc- clricnl injwlatior, 170 pounds offeld- spar Is required. Feldspar Is the principal ingredient. p By J. R. WILLIAMS If* . 'I II-I — " -* » y ww C.^ OX.' PARK- tTivc Of ^^^^^i^< OF ^IC / '/-'* ALLEY OOP What to Do?,,?? ^ IS By EDGAR MARTIN YOU ? -— WML FIND IT / FAMOUS SOCIALIST WRITER f FOR SALE OR TRA0E-O ne mare mu - le - ^Sh* lm Pounds; one mare, weight 800 pounds; twb-horse wagon; laO gallons real good sorghum syrup. £. L. Johnson, Hope Route Two, Highway No. 4. j4_ 6tp Wanted WANTEJ>-Native and paper shell pecans. Highest prices paid P A. Lewis Motor Co. 3W East 2nd' St Phono 40. 3_ 26tc ' . WANTED-2 boys to deliver circul !ff« flan ii ay j riday - A PP^ Hope Star office Thursday afternoon after 4 p m ' It dh ' STRAIGHT' SALARY i per week, man or woman with r '^L^ Producer to F ™ Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis. 111. Notice Answer to Previous Puzzle MADAME CHIAJ1S KAI-SHEK NOTICE-Local money to loan or improved farm lands and city property low interest rates; quick action. Harm J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. IM-Nov 24-c CLASSIFIED RATES One time— 2c word, minimum 30e Three times— 3%c word, min. 50c Six times— 6c word, minimum 90c One month (28 times)— Ha word, minimum - |2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For Rent," "For Sale," ete.-this is free But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT— Three-room mod»-rn furnished apartment, with garage dose in. Bargain, J. V. Blank! phone 9999. Totel 13 wordj, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3%c word, §3c for three times, etc. NOTE: All order* placed by telephone are dtw and payable upon presentation of PHONE HORIZONTAL 1 Most famous writer on socialism. 7 His calls for a changed economic system. 12 Hodgepodge. 13 To such a degree. 14 The soul. 15 Merriment. 16 Folding bed. 17 More secure. 39 Genus of 19 Palm leal, geese 20 To dine. 41 Barley 21 Released for spikelet. good behavior. 42 Drain. 43Ratite bird. 45 Parent. 46 Stream obstruction. 4» Flattery. 52 Driving ..—-.... command. 33 Indian viceroy 54 Insertion. 8 Self 36 Breathing 55 Four plus 9 Jar' 37 SB*. 56M / u e sical not, XS^ 38 Bull. 57 Jumbled type. 14 Thorny tree. 25 Barking of dogs. 26 Substitute. 2fl Avarice. 31 Very high mountain. 18 Disciples. 20 Although German, he lived in . 21 Writing tablet. 22 Payment demand. 24 He believed that should own everything: 25 To adorn with gems, 27 To mitigate. 29 To hie. 30 Being. 58 He worked as 31 ConsteHation. a (pi.). 32 Play on VERTICAL words. 1 Measure. 34 To nod. 2 Genus of auks. 35 Gold quartz. 3 Tumult. 40 To steal. 4 Building site. 42 To announce. 5 Chemical 44 Larval stage, analysis. 45 Small. 6 Bellow. 47 Money 7 Net weights of changing, containers. 48 Bill of fare. 50 Shrub yielding indigo 51 Fiber knots. 53 Ever. 55 New Jersey. WITH SOU iSVOU'RE' 1 \\-lt. WASHTUBBS LOOK AT YOU'VE GOT OKJ,' WMV IT'D SCARE DIMO- ' SALJRS AWAV.' wuVE GOT TO BE GLAMOI2- OUS/ Doctor Zel, Modiste Wt CftKi 00 i x^ CAWT DOWKi ft OOT AW fe \VA TO BE GLAMOR.- OUS WHEW THIS OUTFIT IS ALL I HAVE? =3*28$ &$ -s^V '^, * or•*x BOSH.' IF SOU'LLSKIPOUT AWp GET SOME DECEMT/ KJQW WHERE DRESS MATERIAL I'LL / DO SOUTHING A .COPB. 1939 BY HE* SERVICE. IMC. T M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. By V. T. HAMLIN SHOW VOU A FEW THIKJGS GIRL. IS GOIMG TO 'DRESS W4 m fJiliJi? f ( m™cK'. 1 "$-ffMBU T ., fOBOV, ME'SfiETTltf UWOUS! JTUST WAITlL HE OPtMS ITT AUD ~ -<•> It FULLA HORMETSS3 -w> -*n* - , r^g^Sr FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ^^ " * I i <V**Z, \\ OH, MY L?£ Irf^**!^-' rr_n>-a- f t3f&& '^•-'S^SJirri OV THE HOOf, vou DOPE AMD COM'T START THAT HELPLESS MAID STUFF LMTIL VDUVE GOT THE CLOTHES TO PUT IT OVEC/ ' By ROY CRANE •&•' St.. IttAi \tp / t£m£a. '^T ^ *'i ji«. •*"^^. r/ •'** NEARLY TIME THE OPENING WHISTLE, WHBRe'S FRECKLES 7 DON'T TKLL. ME HE<3 NOT IN SMAOYSIDE'S LINEUP / TCH .' .'T&O BAD/ Surprise PIMG-TAILEO SCUPPER PAT.'THEP/MHAuJr EUEM BE6UM TO COMMENCE.' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE TEAM .' 1 Y THOUGHT YOU S MIGHT LIKE TO SEe THE NUMBER. ON THE FRONT OP tvNY JERSEY' BEFORE SHE WHAT HAS HAPPENED, M/RA EM ROUTE •»» H JLLV- WITH BUZZ. i K'LLAR. AMD LOVIE int. Hollywood at Last BECAUSE AFTER THE GAME STARTS , >t>U'LL ONLY ' THE ONE ON THE BACK/ SURE.' AWD "GREAT'IS THE WORD FOR THE GEkJIUS WHO GAVE THE W3ELD SUCH SAAASHES AS ••'BOMBS AUD BABIES "'PARADE FOR PEACE". "AFTEB WAR., WHAT?". ETC. -±r " •—•""••••••""••'.«'. «te. U.«.PAT.'I». [ ? ,,.,t By Hay Thonapgon and Charles Coll OKAY, BUZZ- STOW THes*LES TALK... WE'RE OVER THE STUDIO 1AK1OIMG FIELD WOW/ ELOW, THERE IS GREAT _ MEMT AS THE PLANE IS

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