Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1938 · Page 2
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Hope 9 Star Star of Hope, 189; Press* 1927. CoMbJfthrtea January 18,1929 0 Justice, Deliver Thy'Herald From False Report! ' Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. £ Palmer & Alex. A WaShburn, at The Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark, G. E. PALMER, President ALEX. tt WASttBURN, Editor and Publish** CAP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; per month 65c; one year 56.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and LaFayette counties, $3.30 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of TJie 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 for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions; or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial news* papers hold to this: golicy in the nffws columns to protect their readers from a deluge of spate-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibUHy or the Safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. New Tide in World Affairs From the Trade Treaty. It will be quite a while before we can tell whether the new British- American trade agreement is going to work out as well as the people who drew Jt up hope it will. At the moment, however, it cnn at least be said tiiat the signing of the agreement is one of the most hopeful signs that has appeared on the world horizon m a long time. For -whether it works out well or badly, it is an attempt to restore to the •world part of a long-lost freedom. It is a step toward a saner and more equitable form of world society, and the mere fact that such a step can be taken at all is immensely encouraging. There are in the world today two diametrically opposed philosophies of life. One finds its expression in dictatorship, the other in democracy. The dUicrences between them are not mere differences in governmental forms; they are fundamental, and affect every aspect of life and social organization. Undr the one philosophy, war and the international rivalries that go with wai are taken as a matter of course." Every activity of life is conditioned by that assumption, international trade most of all. The old idea of a free exchange of goods between nations is discarded; instead, each nation strives to be "self-contained"—as if any nation, in this day and age, could possibly at- •"tainsiich a statef—and the theory is that one people can profit only at the expense of some other people. The opposing philosophy is based on the belief that there is enough for everyone in this world if only some proper means of distribution can be found. Peach rather than war is looked on as the normal state; consequently, it is held that a nation prospers best by cultivating the greatest possible interchange of its goods with the goods of other peoples. The first philosophy means regimentation, restriction, a steady narrowin" of the orbit in which individual enterprise can operate; the second means the exact reverse of those things. Which is why the Anglo-American trade agreement is so important. For by this agreement the two greatest industrial nations in the world reaffirm their belief in the hilosophy which works for freedom and abundance Tney do more than reaffirm it; they offer a practical, working demonstration that that philosophy pays greater material dividends than any other Viewed m that light, the question whether the agreement is the best that could be obtained is relatively unimportant. It may need a «ood deal of revision; some of its clauses may work rather badly; it may take months or years fo get it into final shape. But the big thing is that the step has been A new tide in world affairs has been set in motion, flowing away from regimentation and toward freedom. And it may yet develop that the most important news of 1938 was the news of the signing of this trade agreement This generation Is reported to be much slower in paying Its bills than the last. The early settlers have passed away. It is hoped that Hitlef's astrilogtst will point out that the eclipse of the moon was not caused by Adolfs shadow. • - - The demand^of the netherlands for the immediate return of oil properties in Mexico must meah they have their Royal Dutch up, Many politician prophets are now ot\ adiet of cooked goose instead of ham and eggs. Today's Antweri to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions on Page One 1. False. Jukes was a fictitious name given to a family of criminals to conceal their real identity when a book was written about them. 2. False. Queen bees do have a stinger, but they seldom use it except on other queens. 3. False. Rome is known as the Eternal City. 4. True. Goldfish were developed from (Jhinese carp. 5. True, | Jumping bums roll about due to the movement inside them of moth larvae. Legal Notice "The More You Tell the Quicker''You Sett" For Sale Just received -large Christmas trees. Make your choice early right size- and shape. MONTS SEED STORE. l-12t c FOR SALE—White Cotton Mattresses Investigate ou? work and material first Hempstead Mattress Shop. Call Paul Cobb 6583. 1.28tc FOB - SALE-Used Radios, table models all. in playing condition. Crosley S-tube ?8.50; N S 4-tube 54.85; Philco 7-tube ?12.50; Aetna 4-tube ?7.50- General Electric 4-tube 58.50; Eveready 8-tube ?4.95; N. S. 5-tube $5.95. Automotive Supply Co. 29-5tc FOR SALE-Pre-HoIiday Specials- Shampoo Set and Dry 35c; Oil Shampoo and Set Dry 65c; Manicure 35c- Eye Brow, Lash Dye and Arch 50 C: Cocktail Facial 50. Stuart's Beauty Salon, Phone 752. - 3o.gtp FOR SALE-1931 Tudor A model Ford, with new tires, new battery and new rings. W. O. Beene, Walnut and Division Sts. Hope, Ark. i-3tj> Lost STRAYED OR STOLEN - Dark brown horse mule, weight about 1 000 pounds. Sore on left front foot and white nose. Notify Hope Star. 25-3tp LOST—Dark brown leather purse contains ?1.70 in cash, lipstick, two c mpacts. Reward for return to Hope btar - 263tp! LOST—Lemon-spotted female bird pup; about 7 months old. Reward Vernie Coynes, Hope, Ark. l-3t p FOR-RENT—Four room-unfuniished modern apartment, Garage. Close in. Phone 224.-: r-- •>• 30-3tc Notice NOTICE—Specials. Guaranteed Oil Permanents 5L50 and up; Shampoo, Set and Dry 50c; Lash and Brow Dye 40c. White Way Beauty Shop, 119 Front Street. IM-Dec-30c CHRISTMAS SPECIALS $3.50 permanents $2.95; $2.50 permanents $1.95; Oil Shampoo Set and Dry 60c. OPH3ES' BEAUTY SHOP, Willisville, Ark. 2-3tp ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project No. Ark. 1306-F Sealed proposals will be received by City of Hope, Ark. (Owner) at the office of Mayor Albert Graves, until two o'clock, P. M. (Central Standard Time) of December 16, 1938, for the erection of a brick and frame Fire Station, at which time and place the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Any bid received after closing time will be returned unopened. Copies of the plans, specifications and other proposed Contract Documents are on file in the office of Mayor Graves, at Hope, Arkansas, and are open for public inspection. A set of such documents may be obtained from Clarence W. King, at 1029 Dalzell Street, Shreveport, La., upon deposit of a certified check for $20.00. This deposit will be refunded to each actual bidded upon return of such documents in good condition within five days after the receipt of bids. The character and amount of security to be furnished by each bidder are stated in the above mentioned documents. No bid may be withdrawn, after the scheduled' closing time for receipt of bids, for at least sixty (60) days. The City of Hope, Ark. reserves the right to' reject any or all bids and to waive 'informalities. CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS (Owner) By: Albert Graves, Mayor. Dec. 2 and Dec.,,9; , ... ... i . Wanted WANTED TO BUY—Used wearing apparel for Men, Women and Children. In good condition.,,' Patterson Auction Store, on 6T. 30-6tp Service* 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 ROMANTIC POET .HORIZONTAL » Answer to Previous Puzzle FOR RENT FOR RENT-Nicely furnishea two- room apartment in modern private home. Rent reasonable. Mrs. Edging- ten, 505 South Walnut St. 30-3tc -, last Bysshe FOR RENT—Four room furnished aoartment. Private bath and garage Phone 607, Middlebrooks grocery. 30-3tp CLASSIFIED RATES One time— 2c word, minimum 30c Three times — 3%c word, mia. 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 such as "For BehV "For Sate," etc.— this is free, But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOB RENT— Ttree-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, dose in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3%c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE; All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon PHONE 768 century poet. 11 Law. 12 Vegetable. 14 Footless animal. 16 Undersized cattle. 17 Cabbage plants. 18 Cat's murmur. 19 Native metal. 20 Form of "I." 21 Plural pronoun. 23 Constellation. Lion. 24 Human beings. 27 Greeting. 29 To subsist. 31 Preposition. 32 Card game. 34 Signal sound. 35 Into. 36 Want. 38 Artificial • stream. 40 To carry. 42 Self. 43 Brachial. 45 Vicious. 46 Learnings. 48 Seed covering. 50 Southeast. 51 Work of skill. 52 Month. 53 You, 55 Norse mythology. 56 Inferior devil. 58 More godly. 60 Ingenuous. 62 He attended University, England. 63 Pulpit block. VERTICAL A To flow. 2 Eagles. 3 Rodent. 4 Rustic. 5 Window ledge 6 Garden tool. 7 To follow. 8 To drink dog-fashion. 9 Member of a priests' college. 10 Long since. 11 He was constantly in in his short life. 13 North America. 15 He was ——," in a storm. 20 Mongrel. 22 Sneaky. 25 Tree bearing acorns. 26 To bang. 27 Venerable. fcaGreat quan-. tity. 30 Bird of prey. 33 Single thing. 35 He lived in for his last 3 years. 37 Dove's call, 38 Egg dish. 39 Musical note. 41 Kimono sash. 43 Herdsman. 44 Layer. 47 Wireless. 49 Braided whip 50 Sportsman's whip. 54 Water cress, 55 Sprite. 57 Cavity. 59 Bovine animal. 61 Go on (music). •i Friday, December 2,19ff8,. «, M. fl«fc V. & fat. Oft., By DR. MORRIS PIS11BE1N Editor, JfoiirnnJ at Ihc American Sfcdicnl AsfcWdnKmi, And t>t Hygcla, the Health Mflffartite Choice of Visitors Most Important During Period of Convalescence After a child or an adult has recovered from a fairly long term of illness, H is not desirable that he get up and try to go nbotu his dnilp work nt once. The mere disappearance of the fever and the drepression associated wit Illness is not ah indication that the patient is well. Indeed at this iime he is pratlcularly susceptible to Infection. Moreover, the physlclal state of the nervoits system the digestive system, nn dthe other organs is such that a slight extra stress may result in breakdown. For this reason, convalescence flfler any serious illness shoul be slow; the activities of dally life should not be undertaken until tht physician is convinced that the patient is again in the best of physical condition. As soon ns possible after recovery has begim, it may be desirable to change the pntient form the room in which he hns been living and give him opportunity, to see other portions ot the house if h« \a at home, or perhaps to spend *<ttn«> time on a sun porch or in a 1-ocrentftfh room if he is in n. hospital. Although visitors may have been forbidden during the illness, an occasional visil6t may come to the patient. The choice of visitors is of the utmost importance because the maintenance of the patient's morale is vital. Only visitors should be permitted who are 6heerful and entertaining and none of them should be ormitl- ed to stay long. Unfortunately, there are some people who come to enjoy Invalidism. This attitude is enhanced by visitors who are overly symathe- tic and whose whole tone tends to Induce the patient to make much of suffering. Such visitors encourage patient complaints and may lead fo a permaneintly harmful mental attitude. Tt is well for a person who has a protracted illness and a long conval- escence to develop a fixed routine of I life. In the morning after attending' to the usual needs of the body, the patient should have opportunity for cleaning the teeth. It is pfithaps well to trtfcc the femnturc rtrgidarly ench morning until it is certai nthat there is not going to be n rclnpsc. Until the pntient is able to wash him- clf, he* 1 should be washed in the morning by some ono familar with the manner of washing a pntient in bed. Only a smalt part of the body should be exposed at any one time. The windows should bectosed during (he washing period. If the patient complain!) of cold, a warm drink will be helpful to sustain the temperature of the body. When the patient lias been in bed for n long time it is important (o loSk rfter the hair and scalp. An occasional shampoo will improve the patient's feeling of health. As soon as the patient has been bathed, It may be desirable to turn the matress. A patient who has been long In bed shaould ntot try to get up" nil at once. hTe first day he may merely be able to-siit up on the edge of .the be'd /or five or Ion minutes. If he gets dizzy, ho should be put back immediately in n reclining position. If the patient is nbfe- fo sit; frp 1 on the bed without support, he may try sitting in n chair for n while. A suden resumption of activities mny throw strain on the hcnrt. so that permanent recovery would be impossible. Dmi'l Despair "Doin't be downhearted," said the steward to the suffering passenger. "Seasickness has never killed anyone." "Don't say that," moaned the stricken one, "it's only the hope of dying that has kept me alive so far!" OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS ASSURE YOU THAT CAPTURIMG THIS A.MIMAL WILL BE CHILD'S PLAY APTER MY EXPERIENCE Of= FAC7WG A PACK OF WILD TIMBER WOLVES OM THE RUSSIAM STEPPES AMD KMIFIMS THEM ONE BY OWE AS THEY ATTACKED JV\£ "-"-HAW/WITH MY MEW PO3 CATCHER THE BEAST WILL BE MY WITH i w THE MIWDTE op COMTACTlfJa BIT PJ//V\ WOT* TWO MIWUTES A<3O AMD 1 IWSIST THAT Yt>U THE SWORM DUTIES OP YOUR OFFICE AS 17055. WARPESJ f HEY'LL BE IM AT THE KILL.^ .SAY;. THEY'VE WENT AN' MADE TH' PRESIDENT OF OUR LOCAL A .FOREMAN-ITS OUST POSTED ON TH' BULLETIN BOARD-- THAT LETS HIM OUT AS OUR'LOCAL PRESIDENT Y I KNEW \ THAT WAS \ COMIN/ HE / WAS OITTIN TOO GOOD A PRESIDENT FOR US, SO THEY MADE HIM . A FOREMAN V FOR THEM.' TH' ONLY WAY WE, CAN KEEP ONE IS TO ELECT ONE, WHO IS MO GOOD TO US - AND IF HE'S .NO GOOD TO US, HE'S A LOT OF GOOD TO THEM.' AN'YOU CAN'T FOOL'EM, EITHER- WE ELECTED A GUY ONCE WHO MADE A GREAT " PRESIDENT FOB US, BUT TH' WORST MACHINIST IN TH' SHOP — \ THEY MADE HIM A FOREMAN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Pals ALLEY OOP Questionable Generosity By EDGAR MARTIN H'\-0, ' YOU 6ACK. ' A&AIKJ ? VEH—I'VE BRUMG WOU A PRESENT/J HERE — WELL, OF ALLV/EP.' J. MADE IT JUST ESPECIALLY WASHTUBBS WLasSFULLV UMAVJARE"OF : AVJOTHER ATTEMPT ON THE PBESl- 'T'S LIFE, THE tAcKEES BROWSE IMAM AVjTIQUE 6HOP.. ; WMEW "iOU &O OUT T'ldlLL TIGER.S, V'WOM'T HAFTADE- PEIOD 010 SOME DUMB LUG T'DO IT FOR. VUH.' By V. T. HAML1N Just an Old Pistol T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. . COPR. 193(1 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. ^// rN^Y^ cip?^ J iuv 7 \~ ) -V.W—JS-^. By ROY CRANE THERE'S SEWOR CARIOCA, ,VOUB PAVIAZUELAU CEP- CE6EWTATWE, f ATW. PERHAPS HE COULD HAVE IT T>ELWERED FOE US. ESCUSA M.E, BOT THE PEESTOL NOT FOR OUR BELOVED PRE5- IDEMT, AOOLfO DE LA CUCA.RACHA.HAS PASSED A MEVJ LAW WHEECH PSO- H\B\T THE SALE AWO TRANSPORTATION OF OH, FIODLEST\CKS; VUE'PE HIS SUESTS. TWS IS A_PRESEUT FOR THE OLP TIVE FOUND SOUS LOVELY GLASS WARE— OH, AT THVS OLO PISTOL! BV GEORGE! THAT'S THE VEEV TWWG FOB APOLFO'S COLLECnOW,' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Repeat Performances By MERRILL BLOSSER SHE'S JEALOUS BECAUSE I KISSED ttou ON THE YOU MEAN IT WASN'T EXACTLY THE THING TO DO BEFORE YOU HAD A CHANCE WASN'T YOU AWAY BUT JUNE AMD NOT THE WAY 1 PUT . IT ' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll MOW LJSTEU.CHieF - VOU CAWT Fine THIS KID - WE START PEODUCTIOW OKI iOVIE'S NEW PICTURE TDMQfZROVv".. BESIDES, SHE KNEW NOTHIM& ABOUT IN THE RECEP TION SOBRV, ME. HOLLAR HE'S filVEU STRICT ORDERS TO LET NO OMB IM ) THINGS PDR ME WITH THE MAJOR.' HE'S IM DAW6E-R OF A COMPLETE 6REAK t>OWU— I «KJOW I OUTSIDE GILPER'S OPFICE.. CAM HELP HIM/

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