Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 26, 1938 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 26, 1938
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ffff'p* tt °P^' I8 "i Pr^s, 1927. Consolidated January 18,1924 , Deliver Thy Herald From false Report! -j ~ v -~~ ' svery weeJe-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. w « ""me* 1 « Alex. H. Washburn, at The Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. G. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASMB13RN, Editor and Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week IS?* *** morith 6Sc: one **** S6 - 50 - B y moil, in Hempstead. Nevada, Howard Mriler 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, Ettf.: Charpc will be made for all tributes, cards of iitrs. resolutions, of memorials, concerning the deported. Commercial news- p.-nprs hold to this policy In the news columns to protect their readers from a dM<igo nf space-taking memorials. The Star disr-laims responsibility o r the •ipfp-keering or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Germany and Colonies No Problem for America .A siMnilfrtiviff gentleman inclined tc venture his money on international imlrM-v, might very well lay a little something on the line right now to say » y ierroany wiU presently be in possession again of her old pre-war coloriies. Th« heat is on: Germany has notified England and France that she would like to discuss the colonial oroblem at their convenience, and Hitler has com« to' bat with one of those "or else" speeches calling for return of the rr» Jine vrooerty. Since Hitler seems to be getting just about what he asks for ,r. T^n-ory these days, it would hardly be surprising to see him win out on this point, too. Bi-t before he does, the unconcerned American might take the trouble to g«* Jrn>«el£ straight on the backeroimcl. The whole business of overseas col- r-«"( h.-w always been pretty ugly. Offhand, it is hard to think of any nation !u V V " r ?rauired an - v colonies other thnn by force. And so any discussion of lh« G«m,'p onlnnial Question will be realistic only if it leaves out all considerations of "right" and "wrong." Consequently. Hitler's recent speech at Munich— in which he spoke of "the colonies to which we have a right"-can be taken as something for home cpnswmot-on only. For when you try to figure out whether Germanv "has a right, to those colonies, you quickly discover that you simplv can't discuss colonies in those terms. Loov a t the'simple history of it. Germany got. her nre-war colonies by «? A JU «.?, S - E ? sland - ?ot South Africa - F ™"ce got the Sahara and America P* * a .PMiPwnes. She held them until the World War occurred-a war which even when all the 1917 oropaganda is discarded, was at least partially •m . t n Germsmy herself. As a result of the war, she lost them The fact that the allied nations professed the noblest of ideals while they were scrambling to take Germany's overseas possessions away from her may f?"« Ttv^ W*' lclsm about the statesman's profession, but it still does not affect the fundamental fact: that property which is acquired at the point " m the £ame WSy Cl0 ° s n0t trail any Political Announcements « l°.. St ** ls authorized «o make the following candidate announcements subject to the action of the e«y Democratic primary election Wednesday, November 30: For Mayor J. A. EMBREE For Alderman, Ward One A. C. ERW1N J. .R. WILLIAMS CARTER JOHNSON For Alderman, Ward Pour SYt> MCMATH Today's Answer* to CRANIUM CRACKERS that au of this be kept in mind: It,may at least .reading this colonial problem as a moral issue There are Ae inte ™ ti0nal ^ 3ti0 "' Heaven knows, Questions on Page One 1. True. Spaghetti is made of wheat, 2. False. January was named for a Roman god that faced two ways. o. False. Hitler was a house painter. 4. False. Cain was the cirst child born on earth. 3 - I'rue. Cicero is commonly credited with having said, "While there's life there's hope." addrf «^ta f~f IF? 3t th6 ? VOblem roa!istical »-- ™ shall probably find «T I • iff ? . that our isolationist policy is a wise one. We have not the .ahghtest interest in whether Germany does or does not regain throve? seas Possessions she once held. If the question of their return b going o = ^ M ^ I 0 ™! r ° htical arena ' we «»rtalnly are well-advised to stay e and tend strictlytoour own knitting. COLUMNS OF "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" For Sale FOB SALE—Hotafe in Hope. Real bargain. Liberal terms. Write Owner, 510 Exchange Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. 15-12tp FOR SALE—Beauty work, the best in permanenta. Herloise, Kathleen, Carmen, Vonceii. Kate's Beauty and Gift Shop. "For Something New Call 252" IM-Nov 31c FOR SALE—White Cotton Mattresses Investigate our work and material first Hempstead Mattress Shop. Call Paul Cobb 658J. l-26tc FOR SALE—Minnows and fish bait Phone 658-J. 25-2tc FOR SALE—Grocery and Service Station near High School. Equipped 1 for serving lunches. Doing good busi- ! ness. J. A. Davis. Phone 523. 25-3tp' Notice I LOST—One liver and wnite spotted female bird dog, aboin 2 years old. Reward. Call Phil Dulln, Fhone 651. 18-6tp LOST— Big Black Mare Mule, wt. 1100 Ibs. Brown nose, crippled in right hind foot. Reward. Notify White & Co., at Hope or. Fulton. 22-3tp. LOST Female mo. old— white (Call 840). Pointer Bird Dog, 9 ana uver tick spots. 22-3tp LOST—Dark brown leather purse, contains $1.70 in .cash, lipstick, two com'pacts. Reward for return to Hope Star - 263tp. Delegates to the Pan-American conference in Peru should not spill the beans while they're in Lima. What the TJ. S. wants in the way of preparedness is more seats on the 50-yard line for the Army and Navy game. Straw fro mthe straw poll of the ercent election may be gathered up and used in : msking hats to pay election bets. The re-enactment of Steve Brodie's jump from .Brooklyn Bridge at the New York World's Fair sounds rather flat. It was hoped Grover Whalen could get somebody to jump over it. The elections should serve to emphasize the obligation of the Democrats to the Republican party. On Sept. 1, 1923, an earthquakedes- troyed 600,000 homes' and paratially wrecked 126,000 others in Japan. The same disaster claimed 99,331 lives injured 103.733 persons, and 43,476 'per- ons were reported missing. Help Wanted—Female WOMEN WANTED-Address our catalogs. 2c each paid in advance plus bonuses Everything Supplied. Free Details Furnished. ROYAL PRODUCTS, G. P. O. Box 164, Brooklyn, N.- Y. Nov. 19-26, Dec. 3 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Close in, modern 2 room furnished apartment, continuous hot water, utilites paid.. Tourist Rooms- Mrs. Tom Carrel. 22-3tp FOR RENT-Two room furnished apartment, adjoining bath; garage, utilities paid; couple preferred. Mrs. Frank Hutchens, phone 79. 26-3tc FOR RENT—Bedroom, Phone 937. Ivis Brum'mtet. close in. 25-3tc Services Offered SPECIALS — Permanents $1.50 up, Shampoo set, Manicure 85c; Shampoo set, Eyebrow-lash dye $1.00. Vanity Beauty Shop. Phone 39, 117 Front Street. 21-26-c FORMER SCREEN STAR , NOTICE— Locsl money to loan on improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lcmley, Hope, Arkansas. IM-Nov 24-c w ANTED TO BUY— Several wagon loads of green oak poles. Jas. H Bennett, 110 N. Washington St. 25-3tc WANTED— Native and paper shell i pecans. Highest prices paid. P. A ' Lewis Motor Co. 304 East 2nd St Ph°"° 10- _ 3-26tc ' FOR SALE— If interested in buying a nica brick home worth the money I have several for sale. Also several nice farms that can be handled \vith small cash payment. Floyd Porterfield . . 19-6tc STRAYED OR STOLEN — Dark brown horse mule, weight about 1000 pounds. Sore on left front foot and White nose. Notify Hope Star. 25-3tp CLASSIFIED RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3%c word, min. 50c Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum |2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. In 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 ftiD word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room mod»rn furnished apartment, with garage close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word. 3Co for one time; at 3 3 /ac word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill PHONE 768 HORIZONTAL 1 A former popular picture star. 12 Man. 13 Hangman's knot. 14 Vigilant. . 16 Bay windows. 17 Cowslip. 19 Crazy. 20 To turn coarse. 21 Playthings. 22 To cut off. 25 Goddess of dawn. 26 Antiquity. 29 Fish. 30 Inner courtyard. 31 Fiber knots. 32 Men who commit treason. 35 Tumultuous disturbance. 39 Coffee pots. 40 Health spring. 43 Frozen dessert. 45 Immovable. Answer to Previous Puzzle IS ——- 47 Deferred sale. 49 Gibbon. 50 Frolic, 52 Pitcher part. 53 Frenzy. 55 Existed. 56 She specialized in .57 She . .great success late in life., VERTICAL 1 Delay. 2 In the middle of. 3 Fish eggs. 4 Being. 5 To fare. 6 Line. 7 Electrical unit, 8 Indian native soldiers. J5 Beasts' home.. 10 Embryo birds, 11 Drama part, 12 She emphasized, jier -• ^ IS-— was her outstanding- characteristic, 18 Ridge. 20 Dove's cry. 21 Wigwam. 23 Poem. 24 Energy.' 26 Headgear. 27 Indian.' 28 To. ventilate. 30 Half quarts, 33 Heading in red letters. 34 Common verb, 36 Distinctive theory. .37 Exclamation of surprise. 38 Tissue. 41 Timber. 42 Astringent, 44 Genus of frogs. 45 Slovak. 46 Otherwise. .48 To become old, 51 Reverence. 53 Form of "me, 54 Sound of Pleasure. , t. M. Re*. V. 9. Pat. Off* r ... By,DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN Editor, Journal of the African Medical AssodnHon, niul ol- Hygcta, the Health Mftgattae Skilled Aid in Motor Accidents May Prevent Serious Results' be a mere bruse of the suface of (ho body may conceal a ruptured inteinal organ of the body which may require immediate attention to prevent death. A minor fracture of a one as -i result of improper handling mav involve nerves and blood vessels and bring about a serious damage which may require months for healing and recovery. Obviously, therefore im- r e " tific attewit *> t° Injuries form motor accidents is of -..„.., year between 35,000 and 40000 people arc killed in this country by motor accidents; 100,000 are seriously injured, and perhaps 1,000,000 slightly mjured. It is, of course, possible for what seems to be a minor injury to develop into something exceedingly serious. Some abrasions or wounds of the from the road or even with Werial trom the lothing, may gv e entrance to the germs of lockjaw. What sedms to ..Saturday,' November 26,1938 this utmost importance. "Wic Red Cross has estimated ft-st a! dstations along most of the main traveled roadd of the United Slates in which persons are available who hnve been trained in Red Cross technique. Every person who travels in a motor car ought to have available enough tincture of indinc or some other recommended common antiseptic to prevent infection in suface wounds and abrasions, MuL-h more important, however is an understanding of just what to do when there is a fracture, a disloctaed or a sprain. A fracture refers to the breaking of a bone, either wholy or partialy. If the fracture of the bone is lenghth- wise and does not cause seperntion of (lie parts, it is commonly called a "green stick" fracture. If. however, a bone is broken com- pletly anil a portion of the bone break through the skin, the ^condition is called n compound fracture. If the bone is broken but does not break through Ihe skin the conditon Is called n sm- ple fracture. Whalt s done mmedaln- ly n relatonshp to a fracture may n the honing. The first thng to do when a farc- turo'neurs s to make ce<-tavi that the person s kept absolutely qutc. . If there is ii trained Red Cross nttcndenl in a first aid station, even such an nttcndnnt should,not attempt lo set a broken bolie, but merely to make certain thaal the patient is quite and in a comfortable position untl the arrival of a doctor. When a bone is completely broken, the rough edges may damage te tissues or even leai- blind vessels if there is any movement of the parts that have been injured. If a person with a broken bone must be moved, the broken porlins may be kepi In place smply by fastening the limb to a board or a piece of wood on which a rolled-up blanket or pillow has been placed. If no such material is available, it is even possible to fix the parts in posilon iby wi-appng a magawie or several thck- nesses o fa newspaper nrouucl the 1mb nnd trying it in n plnee so thnt the stiff mnlerinl will hold the pnrls nnil 'not permit motion. Hickory Shade The Hom'o Demnnstf-alion club me! at Mrs. Chiirlie KOKIT.S Wednesday. Was opened by Mn : . John Rogers. The Fifth ohaptor of HI John was read by Mir. Wilson. Prayer by Mrs. Bruce. There \veri? eight members and one visitor present. Election of new officers: President. Mrs. John noRer.i; vice-president, Mrs. John Allen; seeivtury, Mrs. Freeman Criclur; reporter. Gladys Wilson; recreation leader Mrs. Jo,. Willct. There will be a Christmas party December 21, at Mrs. Joo.Willet's. The next meeting will he at Mrs. M. E. Wilson's December 28. Delicious refreshments were served . WHAT ARE YOU " TWIRLIMG /'ND/AN CLUBS FOR? 11= if/* TO REDUCE. YOU" DONT NEED TO WC»^K ON YOUR NIMBLE ENOUGH t I SEE S'OU'VE ' PLJ T A CLAMP ON MY GYM SUIT / THEY OUC3HT TO PARBOIL- HIM IN A STEAM CHEST AMD REFINE ' SOME OP TH' LARD AROUWD HIS FIRST VEST BUTTON / ^ E<3AC>, LAOS, L.IV/NG ^ AS YOU DO IN SINGLE BLESSEDNESS, YOU WOULDN'T UNDERSTAND THE FULL SiaNIFICAWCE OP THIS EXERCISE, ONE IS MARRIED ETERMAL VIGILANCE AMD SPEED ARE THE PRICE OP SAFETY' OUT OUR WAY it.','/- ^•5 • 11-26 ^ HIS EYE :wa OBaECTs=/ By J. R. WILLIAMS y HERE'S TH 1 MOMEY ' RIGHT HERE WO Ha<D A HARD TIME DlGCjIM' IT UP, BUT WE WANTED TD GET VOUQ. STUFF OUT OF HOCK PER. GEE, THAT'S SWELL OF YOU GUYS TO DO THIS FOR ME/ GOSH, IT'5 GREAT.' HE.E-H6E-- THIS ISTH' OMLV TIME SVE'VE. USED OLIE. BCAIWS... WE'LL PAY TH' MOMEY TO GET HIS STUFF OUT OF HOCK-AMD HOLD IT FOG THIS MOMEY AMD THE OTHER. MONEY HE 'OWES US-- Hft,B. M ».R lifer =^'/^f^v. ^ •••v>* *• "f i, fe v ;V!wrt <o^w ' •^are,. THE SCHEMERS , ALLEY OOP A GOOO SXOttV* J By EUGAK MARTIN o?" 6f\MPt~ WASH TUBES — ' "Til *lllf Now He Knows AW, WHVMCHA FHCGIT IT? 'S OKAY-- JUST A ' LITTLE HOT-HEADED IS , uut . ALL/ FULL OF SURPRISE*; } SELF SES YOU'EE YOUC.- V'DOM'T SAV.' WELL, WHO'S GONJMA ^ SURPRISE ME? COO LA ? ^ A ?.RY "AS »UM6 MAN. IF VOU WAKE &OOD Y0 cHAS E(2 >C*^*^ft*PSa^ CHAMCE! s^———~ i oiirtco. ^)/ OoOV,' Wash Is Optimistic SO OOOLA'S GOMMA SURPRISE ME, EH? HEH/ I WOKJDER WHAT SHE'S UP By V. t. HAMLIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By ROY CRANE ss\T^ •HZ H Trt M ^ K V^V 2 ^«A. 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DI3 PLACE IS BEGIWMIW 1 TD GIVE ME TH' WILLIES-I'VE A M/WD TO SCRAM WHILE tM STILL HEALTV.' By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll UDDEWLY THE MAJOR SITS UPJ WHO IS THIS OIRL? GET HER OUT OF HERS.' vecyBODv GET OUT ' GIVE ME AIR.' 18 *

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