Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 5, 1938 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, December 5, 1938
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TWO HOPE STAB, HOPE, Star Star of Hope, 1899; Press, 1927. Consolidnted January 18,1929 „ O Justice, Deliver" Thy Herald From False Repwt! , Published every week-flay afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E. Palmer & Alex. H. Washburn, at The Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. •* C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. K WASHBURN, Editor ond Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c! per month 65c; one year ?6.50. By mail, in HeropstSad,- Nevada, Howard, Miller and LaFayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere 56.50, •': Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for rspublication of all news dispatches Credttecf "to it ot Trot otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news pubiSshecl.herein. Charges on Tributes. Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Gomrnertiinl newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. . Recovery and Progress Rest On Our Own Confidence. Although Americans are supposed to be the greatest braggarts in the world, and often do their best to live up to the title, it just happens that one of, our troubles these days is the fact that we're not cocky -enough. Perhaps you could blame it on the depression. The 1929 crash made us discover that some of our most cherished idols had feet of clay; and we went ' on from there to tabulate our faults in great detail, with the result that we fell into the habit of picking flaws in everything that' has been done in the last half century. This may have been good for us. A proud soul is usually all the better for a little chastening. But it did not create the best possible psychological , atmosphere for recovery. The elements that go to make for recovery are intangible, and one of the most important j s confidence— confidence in one's aLiliry. in one's future, in the drive and energy and intelligence of one's fellows. A dash of the old-time American cockiness \vould have helped wonder- So it is proper to coll attention to remarks made the other day by "William ' O Ned, president of the General Tire and Rubber Company, on his' return from a tour o£ Europe. America may have her troubles, says Mr. O'Neil, but compared with i Europe she is practically next door to the golden gate. The best labor in the world and the best employers in the world are to be found in America- they ..operate in the world's richest market, and between them they maintain the , -world s highest standard of living. ; Which leads Mr. O'Neil to his next point. "•„ " S Tt politici:ms -" he savs - "have tried to persuade us that America .succeeds because of its natural resources and because it is a comparatively new - .country. Go to Europe and you will see the fallacy of this. Relatively there ^ are mor? natural resources in Rumania than there- are in the United States • ' A aS j u e are m Brazi1 ' but this "'""try has gone ahead of them both " ' And that is a truth it wouldn't hurt us to remember ha V ri< ? continent ' to ex P l0 ''- to be sure, but that isn't the answer and we do ourselves a -disservice by pretending that it is. Our advantages are human-our system of government, our social and eco- ar * asu ?% m > the v f on and ability of our business leaders, the intelli- e and^ambition of our labor. It is on these things that America's greatness ' m " Caribou-—Vanishing American 'THE long-horned wanderins « J^ 011 ls Dipping from the North American scene. At one time, say the scientists, the caribou grazed along the swamps and glades as far south as what is now New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kentucky And as far west as Iowa, Utah, and Colorado. Today two types of caribou exist in North America, the northevn type, living largely in the Arctic area and the Woodland caribou, confined chiefly to the forests oi eastern Canada. The nc.-thern Caribou may be found also as far south as the mountainous areas of the northwestern states. There are many types of the canbpu, but all are surprisingly alike m habits and appearance, differing only in color and size. Some are less migratory than others. The caribou .generally is a wandering animal. The woodland caribou of eastern Canada once abounded in northern New York and Nev England, but today faces a hard fight ior survival. In winter they gather m large herds of several hundred and dig through the snow for berries and leaves and lichens. In the summer they are constantly on the move, *iainly to escape flies. In the Arctic regions the canbou is the principal dependence of the Indian tribes. The barren-ground caribou or the northern type is perfectl-y suited to its environment. The peculiar structure of its hoofs, for one thing, which have sharp edges, give it a remarkable sureness of foot on >roughfrozen J ground. It attains a remarkable speed and is able to subsist for long periods on little food. A c a r i b'o u is shown on a New. Monday, December 5, 1938 T. *f. fceff. W.•-«. Tftt Off. By DR. MORRIS FISHBKIN """" Editor, Joumnl of the American Medical AssoelnHofi, nhd of Itygela, the Health Magazine Science Explains Capillary .Reaction Which Cause Ordinary Hives r™rv W °^ d helP ^ We COU ' d reg8in Some of thaf oW-time cockiness For recovery and progress rest, after all, on confidence. We don't create con fcder.ce by telling ourselves that we're just lucky. W e can create U-an-cTwe have every nght to do so-by examining the reasons for past success and do! .ing.a little exultant chest-thumping once more. P ^ You.Tell the Quicker You Sell" For Sale j Just received large assortment Fir 'Christmas 6rees. Make' your choice -•early right size and shape. MONTS •SEED STORE. I-I2t c , FOR SALE—White Cotton Mattresses Investigate ou? work and material first. Hempstead Mattress Shop Call Paul Cobb 658J. 1.26tc FOR SALE-Pre-Holiday Specials- Shampoo Set and Dry 35c; Oil Shampoo and Set Dry 65c; Manicure Sac- Eye Brow, Lash Dye and Arch 50c; Cocktail Facial 50. Stuart's Beauty Salori, Phone 752. 30 .6tp FOR SALE-1931 Tudor A model Ford, with new tires, new battery and new rings. W. O. Beene, Walnut and Division Sts. Hope. Ark. l-3tp FOR SALE—One mule, farm tools, 35 ,bushels corn. Bargain. E. S. Martin,, Highway 4, Centerville. 5-3t p ' Lost NOTICE—Specials. Guaranteed Oil P.ermanerits ?1.50 and upr Shampoo, Sfctj/iind Dry aflci Lash and Brow Dye 40c. White 'Way- Beauty Shop, 119 Front Street, _ . ^, IM-Dec 7 30c Wanted WANTED TO BUY-Used wearing apparel, for Men, Women and Children. In good condition. Patterson Auction Store, on 67. . 30-6tp WOMEN WANTED Address our catalogs. 3c each paid in advance plus bonuses. Everything Supplied. Free Details Furnished. ROYAL PRODUCTS, G. P. O. Box 164, Brooklyn, N - Y- Oct 29, Nov 5, 12 Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. True. Originally rhinestones came from the Rhine river. 2. True. Kangaroos are an inch high at birth. 3. False. Archimedes not Attila said he could move the world if he had a place to stand. 4. False. The Bible does not say Christ was born in a stable but it does mention a manger. 5. True. Birds soar to great heights with out flapping their wings by taking advantage of upward air currents. Male Help Wanted Good Watkins route open now in Hope for the right party; no car or experience necessary; a chance to make some real money. Write the J R WATKINS COMPANY, 70-98 W. Iowa] Memphis, Tenn. ' 5-ltp. Service* Offered SPECIALS — Permanents 51.50 up, Shampoo set, Manicure 85c; Shampoo set, Eyebrow-lash dye $1.00. Vanity Beauty Shop. Phone 39, 117 Front Street. FELINE BEAST LOST— Red Irish setter, 8 'months old Reward. 423 South Main. 3-3tp FORENT FOR RENT— Three~-room furnished apartment, electric refrigerator, bath - ge - Mrs - Charles Briant. 163. 5 . 3tc Notice CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 13.50 .permanents 52.95; $2.50 permanents 51.95; OU Shampoo Set and Dry 60c. OEHTES' BEAUTY SHOP Wil- HsviUe.-Ark. ' 2 . 3tp - ATTENTION HUNTERS I have the lands of R. G. McRae rented and am pasturing the same with cattle. This land is posted and v.T give notice that any one found hunting or trespassing on the place will be-prosecuted in accordance with Th;r lav/. Jewell Moore E. S. Greening. CLASSIFIED RATES One time— 2c word, mi^iTp^Tn 35,, Ito-e* times— 3%c word, min. 50c Six times— 6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)— 18c word, minimum _ _ _ . Kates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sate," etc.— this is free. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, count* as a full word. For example: FOR RENT— Three-room »od«rn furnished apartment, with garage close in. Rargairy J. y. BJanfc 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 presentation PHONE 768 HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured beast of the forest. 5 Geographical drawing. 8 it is — colored. 13 Payment demand. 14 It belongs to the. tigris group of cats, 16 Stead. 17 Penny. 18 Wrathy. 19. Russian mountain. 20 To' congregate. 22 Picture taking ^ machine. 24 Gold quartz, 25 Dined. 26 Table linen. 30 Bulk. 31 Lethargic, .32 Public auto'. 33 Contaminated, Answer to Previous Puzzle '35 Measure* '36 Youth. 37 Tribunal. 38 To remold. 42 Smoker's tool. 43 Burden. 44 Business. 46 Bugle signal. 50 One for whose use a thing is done. 51 Kind of braid. 52 It is found in •****• 53 Engagement. 54 Large two-, winged fly. VERTICAL 2 Part of Roman month 3 Firearms. 4 Grafted. 5 Blackbird. 6 Seed wings; 7 Hole. 9 Astringent. 10 To telegraph. 11 Close. 12 Japanese magnolia. 14 Full of fibers. 15 Religious denominations 17 It is a mammal. 21 Human beings 23 Surging. 25 Ridge. 27 Cuckoo. 28 House cat. 29 Silkworm, 30 Mire. 32 Place to sleep. 34 To gossip. 35 Rabbit. 37 Tolerates, 39 Being. 40 Braided. 41 Seaward. 42 Rodent. 45 Sun god. 46 Greek letter. 47 Work beast. 483.1416. 49 Was' seated. Urtieari is thp name given to the blisters filled wilh fluid ihnt frequently come on the human body as n manifestation of sensitivity to foods, drugs or 'other substances. The most common manifestation of utricnrin is Ordinary hives. Some time ago it laws established that urticaria may also occur on the body as a result of sensitivity to hertt 1 or to cold, or sometimes associated With light, physical exertntion. or em- otionnl excitement. Some people be- licv? Ilia tthe urticaria following physical exertntion or emotlontil exclte- ttient is the result of Increased heat developed in (he body following tlieso activities. In one case a truck driver found that he had hives whenever he snt In a warm room, took a hot bath, or exposed himself to the sun on a hot tiny, or when'he was In nny other man- iiet exposed 1o hent. We would get •relief by Hiking n cold shower bath or by going Into the icebox of the dairy where ho worked. Whenever he got excited or angry, he also de- velocd the eruptions. In n skin clinic in New York in- vestigntors were rccetnly able" to observe 15 people who had similar symtptoms on exposuer to heat. In the cnso of woman, the eruptions came when they cooked In front of a fire or over over n cook.stbve. Two patients hud (he attacks when they tile hot food, and 12 believed that their nttacks came on when they indulged in games dancing or swimming. Incidentally, many of these patients were also sensitive to other substances, seven of the mresponeding with hives when eating certain foods, and one having hives whenever he took asprin. Some tests were done to find out what brought on these hives. It was found, for example, that when one leg of such n scnstltive person was put in hot water, he would get blisters on Other arts of the bndy but not on the leg that, was tit inlo. the wnter. This would indicate thnt the uricnria was not caused by the direct hent on ' the skin. Some tests wore mnde in other ways. lending finaly to flic view thiitn there are several different types of cases. It scorns possible thr.tn excessive cooling of th es kin results in reduction of the pressure in the very small blood vessels, called the capillaries, and thnl this ruduuliun of the pnwsiiro in the capillaries or.stilts In the fact thnt cold will prevent blisters in people w hoare senstitive to hont. In such cases when the person who hi'.s prevent ed the blisters by exposure to cold, returns to n hot room, the blisters mny suddenly npear. The reason for this is Ihnt the heat relaxes the bloorl vessels and thus permits (he chemical substances to bo released in .such OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY amounts ns' the produce the rcnction In the sfkln. Thus hwlerrt science finds nn ox- phinntion for conditions which hiivc JiniS be-on n mystery mid for mnn- ifestntions liicli luwo sometimes bei-ii called miniculous. Ucjuly (o Servo The fiimous criminiil lawyer luul won ti shockingly bad wise "by eloquence uml trickery, ftnrl n rival Inw- yor said to him, b'ltnrly: "I.s (here tiny case «n low .so foul, so vilely crooked mid .sluimeful thai, you'd refuse it'!" "Well, I don't know," answered Ilic other with n .smile. "VVlint have you been doing now?" Another impediment to marriage nowadays is the iiicrensing difficulty of stirporlinK the Kovcnunent and a wife on one income. By J. R. WILLIAMS CHAklCE ^2^2^^^ R F (ST M N' t#* '^ ra.7"! N*^. E . G ° ES ^ / °»> THAT'S R I6H T.. TO STUFP YOUR F (ST ON TH 1 BOTTOM OF A AIROPLANE WHERE V-^il PEOPLE KIM SEE IT' ,^~.\ Amur's TH' MATTER WITH vou! HOW DUMB OF ME! GIMME TH' BRUSH... GOSH, YES! YOU WANT PEOPLE TO SEE IT — WHEN IT RUNS OVOR POWM HIS TKPOAT AMD TURM HIM iMSioe our LIKE YOU DID TH' LION WHEN SOU WERE AMIMA.L TRAIWER VViTH RT. BARKJUM THEY'LL HAVE HOOPLE TOOL-PROOF' i W<v >— sfaf K "izi\ . + !<, -co^Sigte^w. 1N jH. M. u. i-fc^ THE TURTLE'S STOMACH BOOTS AND HERBUDDIES By EDGAR MARTINA OHHH 1 . WJHfVT II I DOW'T K.KJOV/0~1 BOO-OOOTS . HtRt'fe A OY HE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. 9. P»T OPF ALLEY OOP . . . . By V. T. HAMLIN EVERYTHING I TURK1S OUT WCOWG/ MEBBE IF .1 HADkl'T G0T AAAD AT FOOZY ABOUT HIS DAD-GUMMED PET LIZARD, MV 01.' PAL V\/OULDKJ'T HAVE •WALKED OUT OKJ ME ( HWA- HE'S STILL SORER V THAW A MEBBCI CAk) GET TO 'IM BY BEISJ' MICE TO HIS PET KAKK.Y-- TH' RAT; HI, THERE. KAKK.Y. OL' MY STAES, HOW YOU »3U BY NC» SCHVICE. INC. T. M RFC. U. 5. C*T. OFf. By ROY CRANE WASH TUBES The Voice of Experience WELL, WE AMDSOME BUCKO. SO you THOU6HT YOU COUtO OOT-SWART TH' SECRET,/ VK3T YOU ABE TALKIMS A80UT ' VOU KNOW BLOOtAIN' WELL WOT I PACKAGE YOU WAUTED TO DELIVER COHTA1WED A GUN... YOU THOUGHT YOU'<7 SV1EAK \T ' KiLL THE B GRAB M, ME euuuv BOYS! AWAV we TH BLOOWIM' ASSAS-ilM! \WHEN WAN \S SUSPECTED OF PLOTTW6 10 KEEL AOOLFO DE LA CUCARACHA, MM FRIEND, EES UO TRIAL, PELIVEEIWG PACKASe TRIAL W\$ -VE6THAOMV VJEEV. SUREW ^^^^^^fcg^^MM^^^^^^^^_^ *^^ ^^^^M \sy/'s//^///s''/%-<\.'*j 911 ///^^BK FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS NARY A ONE .' PEOPLE ARE SAVINS THEIR MONEY ~ib Buy CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ' THEY'RE STAYING AWAY FROM DANCES RAISE MONEY FOR PRESENTS MYSEUF.' HOW'LL I DO IT IP I DONT HAVE A JOB OF SOME KIND? A New Problem MYRA NORTH. SPECIAL NURSE WE MIGHT GET JOBS WHERE .__ 'REALLY HAVE To WORK. , BUT GOSH, HOW 1 DREAD IT,' S5- ir DOES SOUND HORRIBLE, DOESN'T IT/ By MERRILL BLOSSER I'VE GOT TO GET JUNE A PRESENT / BUT WHAT'LL I USE FOR. MOMEY PERSONALLY, 1 THINK WE'RE BCTTH \ FACING A SERIOUS ,\ FINANCIAL. CRISIS.' ,i=b^- Now, What? ByRay Thompson and Charles Coll • " ' Tl» ' ' 1 1 I'm f FOR. PBIV/ACV- WHY Us) THE HECK WOUiP GOOD NIGHT.' BUZZ]IAAISS WORTH; COME GMJIGK ! SOME- HAPPENED TO LOVIE HE HAVE HISTOOR-- KKJOBS ELECTRIFIED, HE WON'T HAVE WCK5 OKI AMY OF HI5DOOR.S- FEAR. OF 6EIWS LOCKED 8UT TWE PHOWE'S STILL Off, AUD T^ti EUG 15 CUWPLED HE AMD eiLDE£'S SECRETARY WAIT FOR. THE STUDIO POWER, TO BE SWITCHED OFF SO THCV CAKI EWTER. on

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