Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 6, 1938 · Page 2
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Hope 9 Star Star oit Hope, PUSS; ftress, 1927. Consolidated January 18,1929 0 Justice, Deliver ThfrHeryM From False Report I Published every week* • C, £ Palmer & Alex. H. Wakiut street, Hope, Ark. , afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. r ashbura, at The Star building, 212-214 South G. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASttBURN, Editor and Publisher (APJ —Means Associated Press, (NBA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Bate (Always Payable in Advance): By tity carrier per week 15c; per month 6Sc; one year 56.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard Muter yd LaFayette counties, 53.50 per year; elsewhere 56.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively en- tilled to the use for rspubUcation 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 ol thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial 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. Two Orphans One is 10. The other is 5. They are brothers, the sons of a prosperous wholesale grover, Fabian Greif of Vienna. For the next three vears the bovs will be orphans in the strange land of America. Father and mother are in Vienna, where they must wait three v°ars to gain a place on the Russian quota to the United States as both of them were bom in Bukovina, formerly Austrian, then Rumanian and now considered a part of Russia, The boys were born in Vienna and so come under the Ger' man _5 uota which permitted them to come to America at once The Nazi terror drove them from the arms of their parents to the comparative safety of America, where they, will be safe but still deprived of their ^T*?'"£ 'f not str ? ngo then that « hi Ps news reporters who met the bovs XJr* t ^ P f ' he Statue ° f Liberty found a " eloquent silence when they asked them about conditions in Vienna. A body ought id stop work when he gets my age.—Luther Emerson fto™** North Btookfield, Mass., on his 95th birthday as he resigned as special justice of district court 111 look In the books.-Attorney General Jack Holt of Little Rock, Ark., whtn asked to determine if girls may be suspended from school for wearing overalls. Put me away where I can got some peace. My wife nags me night and clay.—Thomas Lucas, Boston .asking a udge to revoke suspension of a six- n ? ,*? ntence ancl send him to jail. I couldn t come out smelling like the Yale football team.—Miss Dorothy Fox actress, explaining why she couldn't ise horse liniment on the bruises she uffers every night when she plays Peace in a show on Broadway. Ask him to -write that out.—Vice- Admirnl E. O. B. S. Osborne in a de- ate in London when Unity Mitford, friend of Hitler's, said that he had no olontal ambitions. T. M. ftfi*. tJ. 8. FAt Oft. • By DR. MORRIS FISIIBEIN Editor, Journal of the Amerkan Medical AMotlallon, and of Hygola, the Health Magazine Vitamin D to Be Studied Fully to Great Advantage of Health <*^OM Among the most important of the vitmans is vitamin D, the one which is responsible for the manner in which the body uses calcium and phospjhorus. Iti s definitely related to the disease called rickets, but it is also concerned with inadequate development of the bones and teeth and witth the proper functioning of the body, as a whole. It has been exceedingly difficult for scientists to find out just how much An old farmhouse near Durham, .U, which served as headquarters or the last-Confederat Army in the eld m 1S6S, has been restored and .pened as a Southern shrine. Today's Answers to CRANIUM* CRACKERS „ •> wsil " ' Thanks, Doc distinguished man of letters, Dr. William Lyon Phelps of Yale Uni- Newspapers are a test of alertness and if you can find something on every U iTi "r^f.** j r ' terests yu, then you are enormously alive vutal, he told an audience of Chicago business and professional men Jhere is one good editorial every day, he says, and this is high praise indeed from an authority of his standing in the world of literature Th" T world is worse than it was 30 year, ago "but it is far more excitingThe of the^ Si "' 10SS> ° rim u 3nd destructio « «ce through the columns of the first page of a newspaper "because they are the exception to- the more generally prevalent virtue of honesty, decency and tranquility " ; g Questions on Page One 1. True. There is no lead in lead pencils. 2. False. Cardinals are invested with the red hat by the Pope and seldom wear it again until it is laid on their bier at death. 3. True. Dry cleaning is not dry but simply cleaning without water 4. True; 7'radition has it Ben Jonson was buried in Westminster Abbey, sitting up, since the plot he chose was too small for the usual burial. 5. False. The Chinese custom of wearing queues was forced upon them by Manchurian conquerors in the 17th century and did not originate in America. / Grapefruit and Oranges Organized retailers who met in Washington .to draft a program for clis Ite^&rs?;^^^ -rad^frui.ToVS.In^r'fh' Pr ° VUi0nS SUCh 3S the e««"«ation of third s = ^TheMore You Tell the Quicker You Sell" For Sate Just, received large assortment Fir Christmas trees. Make your choice r <™U ize and shape " MONTS STORE. l-12t c FOR SALE—White Cotton Mattresses Investigate our work and material first Hempstead Mattress. Shop. Call Paul'Cobb 658J. • • l-26tc NOTICE-Specials. Guaranteed Oil Permanents $1.50 and up; Shampoo, Set and Dry 50c; Lash and Brow Dye 40c. White Way Beauty Shop, 119 Front Street. IM-Dec-30c FOR SALE-Pre-Holiday Specials- fahampoo Set and Dry 35c; Oil Shampoo and Set Dry 63c; Manicure 35c- Eye Brow, Lash Dye and Arch 50c : Cocktail Facial 50. Stuart's Beauty Salon. Phone 752. 3 Q-6tp FOR SALE-1931 Tador A model *ord, with new tires, new battery and new rings. W. O. Beene, Walnut and Division Sts. Hope, Ark. l- 3t p FOR SALE-One mule, farm tools, 35 bushels corn. Bargain. E, S. Martin Highway 4, Centerville. I . M_ Lost LOST-Red Irish setter, 8 months old Reward. 423 South Main. 3- 3t p FOR RENT-Three7 r0 om furnished ^/^"L 616 ^ «MB?»tor. bath arles Briant. 5-3tc Notice CHRISTMAS SPECIALS $3.50 permanents J2.95; $2.50 permanents ?1.95; Oil Shampoo Set and Dry 60c. OPHIES 1 BEAUTY SHOP Wil lisville, Ark. ' 2 3t ATTENTION irUNTERS I have the lands of R. G. McRae rented and am pasturing the same with cattle. This land is posted and we give notice that any one found hunting or trespassing on the place will be prosecuted in accordance with the law. Jewell Moore 5-3tp. ~ Warrt^T~ WUMEN WANTED Address our catalogs. 3c each paid in advance plus bonuses. Everything Supplied. Free 5?,*£iJ, s Furnish ed. ROYAL ' PRODUCTS, G. P. O. Box 164, Brooklyn, N - Y ' Oct 29, Nov 5, 12 WANTED TO BUY-Used wearing apparel for Men, Women and Children. In good condition. Patterson Auction Store, on 67. 30-6tp __ Male"Hd^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 _j tp Services Offered SPECIALS — Pormanents 51.50 up. Shampoo set, Manicure 85c;. Shampoo set, Eyebrow-lash dye $1.00. Vanity Beauty Shop. Phone 39, 117 Front Street. . 21-26-c ILLUSTRIOUS JURIST CLASSIFIED RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30o Three tiines—3V4c word, min. SOc pi* times—6c word, minimuin 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum |2.7Q Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For HenV "For Sale," etc.-this is free. Out each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT-Three-room modara luraished apartment, with garage. doae in. Bargain. J. V. Blank! phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, SOc for one time; at SVfcs word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of toll. PHONE 764 HORIZONTAL 1 • Evans , pictured U. S. jurist. 12 To build up. 13 A snow glider. 14 To relinquish. 16 Sea eagles. 17 Employing, 19 Small parasite 20 Sorrowful. 21 Powerful voiced person. 23 English beverage, 24 Neuter, pronoun, 25 Grief. 26 Vagabond. 28 South Carolina 29 Snaky fish. 30 Paradise. 32 Nude. 33 Yellow cerium (mineral). 34 Biblical prophet. 35 Spike. 36 To suffice. Answer to Previous Puzzle 133! 38 You. 39 Single thing. 40 While. 41 Postscript. 43 Bulwark. 48 Morindin dye, 49 Fodder vat. 51 Dormice, 52 Three. 54 Silly. 56 The ocean. 57 He is Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court. 58 He is past years of age. 59 Light-hearted. VERTICAL 1 Jewel weight. 2 Female deer 3 Kiang. 4 Note in scale. 5 Existence. 6 Peel. 7 Insinuation. 8 Grain. 9 Skirt edge. 10 To eject. 11 Building lots. 12 He. as justice to run for president. 15 He was a law (Pi.). 17 Musical note, 18 He was also of New York State (Pi.). 21 Army man. • 22 Beaming, 25 Fish trap. 27 Jinn. 29 To piece out. 31 Nothing. 37 To deem, 40 Stranger. 45 To depart. 46 Pastry. 47 Arabian. 48 Opera melody 49 Sister. 50 United. 52 Your. 53 Often. 55 Measure cj type. 57 Company. each of us requires of vitiman D. The problem Is much simpler in children than it is In adults. For children the amount has been calculated vcr carefully and whether or not it is sufficient may be determined by taking X-ray pictures of the. bones. After the boo have full ydeveloped, however, this measure is not available. With all of the protective foods it is imporatnnt not only to gie the "~;',V»T "V"*' "£ n ^4 ua 'c amount but a lltle beyond thata. Ms no safe o play along the border of protection The tohoimt of Itlmln D that the body' requires Is not the same In all cases nnd, indeed, not the same in every case f ™ m ,d«y to day. The amount of vitamin D, requires is definitely re- to the amount of calcium that ^available in the diet. According to Dr. P.C. Jeans nnd Oenevive Sterns, the villmin D requirmcnt goes down as the calcium supply goes up and vice versa. This mechanism cannot compensntale for amount of calcium- that is below the minimum that everyone requires for health. Furthermore, it is difficult to calculate the amount of vitamin -D required because the sunlight lhaat we receive on our bare skins creates vitnmin D mid ultra-violet light received in any other way may also have this effect. in to Tuesday, December G, 1958 , know thnl rorm international units each day is sufflicent If the child is receiving at least l»/ 4 pints of milk. For adults the exact amount required has not yet been defihatcly determined. The problem of the nged is n special one. Elderly people arc less exposed tosimllght than are younger one. Furthermore, they may have been for sometime on diets containing insuf- people take little milk, nnd certainly they do not regularly take cod liver oil and seldom go out of doors without hats, gloves and enough clothing to keep them warm. Older people are therefore, likely to have trouble with their bones. The experts suggesl that perhaps the frequency of the breaking of bones and the difficulty of healing in older people may be related to the insufficient amounts of vitamin D and calcium . Here is „ field In which there is going to be .much study in the future and quite certainly to the great advantage of the public health. Purge news from abroad .will be sidetracked for the next few wooks while football coaches are liquidated. Cummings is Going. The success of Democracy was demonstrated when National Cheese week bussed without, any personalities being mentioned. To be sure of a warm welcome the royal visitors might bring a payment on the w d . New evidence of the wonderful California climate is found in llic appearance there of a man declared dead 14 years ago. -^™» »^— More than 3,00 cooperative societies, designed to nid ( China's prolonged resistance to Japanese invasions, have been organized in Fukin province. 1 !. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY A PAL. OF MIME &OT (3WAWED BY -TWO MUTTS IKJ A- DOG Pl<SMT OUCS AND WHEKJ HE BROKE OUT A OF BOW-WOW DITTEKS HE THOUGHT HE BOTH'. PO6S ANJP BEGAM PICKING A PI6KT W(TH PEACH NIPPED A POOCH ONCE AND so PAYS TH' DOT, HE WOKE UP BARKIMG LfKE A PRAIRIE APTER THEY HE FROTHED LATHER TO SHAVE -TH ' POREI6W LE6IOM ' you HAD RABIES THE you OPF VxjITH A SOU AD THEY CUST LASSO YOU WITH A STRAIT- 3ACKET AUDTOSS. VOU JM A PAPPEDOT?f?AL/ OLACE HIS WOLJMOS = By J. R. WILLIAMS V _ _ _ _ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 18 BV N£A SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEG. U. S PIT. Off. (1-t. ALLEY OOP Tsk, Tsk! WELU. dor BACK AW WE'ftE A-HAVIKJ' RAMCAV:6S THIS HE'S PUT TH' STOV6 LIDS OLfTSlOe SO HE WOVJ'T CUT '6M MIXED WITH TW 1 I GUSS3 TH5T COWPUMCHGE.WVO feUllOED SIVi KNIVES AW THCeS FOUKS OM A STOVS UD HAS v ,. MADE HIM K1MD }% op CARE POL.' OF Ht . : VOU TO TWN 'TO , nWD AKiU P\.AWV^V>G> OM WHAT'S ALL THAT EUMPUS ? WASH 1 UBbJS Forgive and Forget By EDGAR MARTIN WOW.BOOT'b" r VjJOULOtO'T e>ADLV'. VOU TO -^ t—_ ^~* -- •, • • '.\ '^ ~Y ' ^' ^-^ "'" ^-, J ' ^"*, I ^" ' I COPR «««.,NO T.^RE By V. T. SORBV ABOUT \ AW, THA'S OKAV THIS, OOP- BUT SOME- ) DOU'T BVAK/SE. TIMES KAKHV SOKTA. / KAKJCY.' HE &TS OliTA r—r^ KNOWS ^XI'M HAMD: ; ( ME AWT FRIEWOS AMV MORE It's No Joke to McKee WHAT D'VA MEAN) WE AIWT FRIEUDS? JUST BECAUSE WE HAD A LITTLE TIFF? SHUX-- C'MOM UP Akl' HAVE A SPOTTA TEA WITH f ME, FOR. OLD . _, ,.. TIMES' SAME ) fLr\'- ( EH? \WELL,T / ALL RIGHT.' \ I I DOW'T MIKJD -I \IP I DO T- iRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS . . _ .., ,..„,..._.„ . HOfHOHOj AMTIQUE, FOR YOUR \THAT EES COLLECTIOM. ICAM'T A» GOOTJ UMOERSTAUD \T. AAV / CJOKE OW BPAMCH MAWA6ER / -nMiu:«n» PROMISED TO DEUMER \T IW PERSON. ll-t I IcOPB. W3D BY NCA StRVICE. INC. T. M. BtC. U. S. PAT. OFF. By ROY CRANE oCer iOOK M OH THREE HOMES WHAT& •ewe on- >*--t OADCrr, > RATHER. EARN IT MYSELF/ IT WIU MAKE THE The Eternal Triangle i CAW'T SEE AVIVTHWS FUUWV VAH, VES, A VER" ABOUT THAT. CARIOCA'6 A \ REGRETTABLE FRIEMD OF MIME. HE WWo OOIMG/WEE6TAKE. BUT '*•«= A PERSONAL FAVOB. _/ DOW"WORRY, MAC; >LT> BOy-I,AD<X.F< E UA COCARACHA, ,\MEEL FREE HEEW MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE JUNE SOMETHING (MPORTAMT COME TD DRESSW& ROOM- QUICK; I'LL GO, BUZZ-YOU'P BETTER STAY HERE AND IOOK FOR. THE MA JOR^ The Plot Thickens IT WAS JUST LIKE SOMETHIM& FROM A MOVIE SCRIPT.' w/E VJERE -DRIklKIWG 1EA..SUODEIOLV SHE KEEtEO RIGHT &UZZ AMD DAISY MEAM- WHILE, POKJOEB. THE MA JOB'S MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE ... HAPPENED TO THIWK-PERHAPS HE WEMT I WTO HIS PRIVATE PROJECTION —1 BOOTH By Ray Thpmpson and Charles Coll WHY, THE DOOBJS) BEEM MAILED SHUT/ USTEW.. SOMETHIWO'SJ MOVINJG IWSIDE/ T "^ IWO'SJ I.O

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