Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 14, 1938 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 14, 1938
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PAGE HOPE STAR, HOPE, Star Star of Hope,-1899; PVess, 1?27. Consolidated January 18, 1929 O Justice, Deliver Thy Herald Front False Report! Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. E, Palmer & Alex H. Wflshburn, at The Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASHBURiV, Editor and Publisher (AT) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week ISti per month 65c; one year $6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and LaFayette counties, $3.30 per year; elsewhere $6.50. ' 'Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively en- titted 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 newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a delude of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. European and American Dictators Are Different One thing that has been bothering some Americans in connection with this proposed- New World co-operation in defense of democracy is the perfectly obvious fact that the democracy of so many Latin-American nations is far from being pure and undefiled. The conferecne in Peru may be productive of great things. Yet. there is no use ignoring the fact that of the nations there represented only a few can be classed as genuine democracies, as th eterm is unrestood north of the Rio Grande. If a united front z-gainst the dictators is formed, there will be plenty ot dictators in ti. Ye. there is no need for anyone to be dismayed by this fact. For if dictatorship in itself is an old story in this hemisphere, the particular kind of dictatorship now looming large on the European horizon is somthing new. A mom- cut t comparison will make the distinction clear. ^ A<- n general thing, the "banana republic" dictatorship is a highly indivi- tlzuLzed show. Only rarely is it based on any ideology or theory more ele- Icr to than a simple desire for power. It may be exceedingly "repressive— E;rae of the-Latin dictators had nothing to learn from the Nazis about the technique of silencing dissidents—bof by its very nature it is ephemeral, and it decs not force the ideals, the mental process and the intellectual outlook of ;t<: people into a rigid mold. It is a way of government but not a way of hie It does not try to remake society according to a fixed pattern. Wednesday, December 14,1088 By DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN Editor, Journal of the American Mcdlcnl Association, and of Hygela, MM Health Mngnzlne New Methods of Treating Pneumonia Saves Thousands of Lives pneumonia to All of which- is just the reverse o fthe European-model dictatorship vvich is be one of t he big concerns of the Lima conferees. For the frightening thing about such a tiling as Nazism Js that while it vests all the power of government in one man, it goes far beyond the old- time idea of simple autocracy, and sets up an ideal to which all men are forced to conform.. It is not enough that the citizen simply refrain from criticizing the dictator; he must think as the dictator wants him to think, he is permitted to have only such ideas as suit the dictator, the smaJlest detajls-o fhis private life are regulated for him, So that , it is not merely political freedom which dies under this system The fundamental right of the human being to think his own' thoughts and worship according to the dictates of his own conscience, to pick his friends, Of What th, " e - this broad right, which is fundamental to anything that can pass under m , the name of civilization, ceases to exist. That is why there is nothing in the least out of the way in th- spectacle of ~ r«,j— I , , . S H"»" <« «ie turopean. dictatorship ideal If we arp to sss^bS^ffssr of the Lima conference - we must * de - ab ° ut The pneumonia season is before us. Today physicians confront the disease with far more confidence thami ever before in the history <>! ,i:o<lu-ine. The attack on pneumonia was UUCP limited (o rest in bed, supoi-t uf the heart, and the use of a fe'wmnedies lor securing rest. Today the attack is scientific and thousands of lives are .-:jved by -.IL-.V mtlr.ods. In the old days it was said that nursing was the most important onrt of care in pneumonia. Today the remedies used include oxygen, special serums which have been developed for various forms of pneumonia germs, and chemical remidies which in some instances arc specific for certain forms of the germ. The number of types of pneumonia Delude at least 28 duo to different :orms of the pneumonia germ, one out of every four people with pneumonia dies of the disease. It is high on the list of the causes of death. When pneumonia develops, the chief symptoms include fever, rapid breathing, pain in the chest, and the expectoration of material which is tinged with blood. Usually the person who has pneumonia has been exhausted from over%vork and exposure or is perhaps recovering from some illne-ss which tends to place great strain on the body. The usual illness to precede pneumonia are the common cold, influenza, measles, bronchitis or some similar condition. Any of the symptoms or combinations of these symptoms that develop do not necessarily mean pneumonia. The doctor determines the presence of pneumonia by an examination of the lungs in order to find out whether there are any signs of consolidation resulting from thhe pouring in of material into the spaces of the lung is a typical condition in pneumonia. One of the most scientific and modern procedures is examination of the sputum ni order to determine whether or not pneumonia germs are present and if they are pesent. the type of germ that is responsible. After the type of the germ is recognized it becomes opssible for the doctor to give a specific serum which is directed against that type. Serums are not yet available for every type and are not WANTED—Ex-Service men to be at .Fair Ground night of December 15 for feed. 10-3tp WARNING—For the protection at our ccttle on the Munn farm, five and one-half miles southeast of Emmet, this is a warning that no hunting will be allowed on this property. T. A. Glanton, Jr. 14-3tp FOR REN1 FOR RENT —6 room furnished house, 406 So. Spruce. Phone' 38F11, Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 6t8 ch FOR SALE—Boys full sized Latonia bioycle with light.and large basket. Mrs. Ralph Routon, 12-3tp FOR SALE—80 acres improved, on highway, three miles out. Ten dollars, sere. C.B.Tyler. 12-3tp FOR SALE—Two lots, one block from pavement, real bargain. J. L. Powell, East Second Street. 12-3tp CLA COLUMNS OF • "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell' • You Can Talk to Only One Mar • Want Ads Talk to Thousands SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone sfx 6 *™ 6 !^ wo "J'~' ninta >iim 3Qc T hree times-3'/,c w, Six times-6c word, minimum 90c One month-18c worL, Rates are for continuous insertions only.' Notice 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 SWEET SINGER HORIZONTAL 1,6 Pictured soprano. 10 Edible. 12 Animals' lair. 13 Arabian commander. H Genus of slugs. 15 Electrical unit. 16 Exclamation. 17 To rot flax. 19 To live. 20 Turf. 22 Grief. 23 Sailor. . 24 Wages. 26 Rune. ; 31 Grand' parental. (32 Packer. I-': Money. • ~> Taunt. i'i "rX-ri^s of epical events. ~0 Transposed. -:> Flat plate. 1 ; Disfigurement, -1 Pair. 45 To bark. Answer to Previous Puzzle 47 Stories published in parts. 49 To soften leather. 50 Label. 52 Water v/heel. 53 Every. 54 She her fame in opera. 56 She increased her fame in pictures. 59 Attendant for the sick. 60 Principle. VERTICAL 1 Driver's command. 2 Bast fiber. 3 Monkshood (plant). 4 Tram. 5 Erbium. 6 Nothing more than. 7 Smell. 8 To renovate. 9 Type measure. 11 Deposited. 16 Watch pocket, 18 Male cat. 19 She has of voice and face. 20 Compact. 21 Enraptured. 23 Joke. 24 Italian river. 25 You. 27 Acidity. 28 Gasoline. 29 Subsists. 30 She's an actress of 32 Sends again. 33 Notoriety. 36 Twice. 38 Dance step. 40 Polynesian chestnut. 42 Blood money, 43 Monkey. 44 Timber. 46 Ache. 48 To annoy. 49 Slash. 51 Antelope. 53 dined. 54 To proceed. 55 Noun termination. 57 Upon. 58 Northwest. Services Offered SPECIALS — Permanent $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 For Sate FOR SALE—1 Jersey Milch cow and 1 Jersey & Guernsey Milch cow, both giving milk now. Can be seen at 504 N. Elm street. 14-<ttp FOR SALE—Good, heavy ear corn. Mrs. Clyde Kill. Phone 307-W. M-ltp FOR SALE — Holiday Specials ~ Shampoo Set and Dry 35c; Oil Shampoo and Set Dry 65c; Manicure 35c; Eye Brow, Lash Dye and Arch 50c; Cocktail Facial 50! Stuart's Beauty Salon, Phone 752. ' J an 7 Pd. Just received large assortment Fir Christmas trees. Make your choice early right size and shape. MONTS SEED STORE. i-i2t c FOR SALE—White Cotton Mattresses Investigate our work and material first. Hempstead Mattress Shop Call Paul Cobb 658J. i_26tc •— „ , — FOR SALE—Fat Turkeys for Christmas. Inspection of flock invited. Place orders now. Lee H. Garland, Phone 9 -F-3. 7-12tpd 120 acre improved en highway, light line, near town. $6.65 per acre. 15 years to pay. C. B. Tyler. 13-3tp FOR SALE-Steinway Grand, slightly used. Big Saving, Home size, almost perfect condition. Beasley's, Texarkana. 13-to-24 Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. False. Microphones were first used on telephones. 2. False. Rainbows do not appear a.s complete circles. 3. Fci.sfe. Cats do not sharpen their claws on trees, but may tear off loose claws in than manner. 4. True. English walnuts are sometimes called Persian nuts. 5. True. Fright may actually raise the hair. Mablc at 110 She'll Starl Flying BOURNEMOUTH, Eng. — (P) — Mrs. Julie Harnes at the age of 100 loves everything on wheels. She has done so since her pram days. At the age of 62 she learned to ride a bike, and rode it until she was 80. At 84 she rode on the "rumble sejit" of a motor- bicycle "because," she explained, "I saw other girls doing it." At 90 she learned to drive a car. equally efficient in all of them. In New York state serum is furnished to physicians by the Health Department for types 1, 2 and 5 in cases in which the patient is unable to provide himself with the necessary serum. The Sahara desert, at its greatest extent, is 3,200 miles long and 1,400 mites wide. Honeymoon Goes On— But With Armed Guard JERUSALSM.— (/P) —"Please don't shoot—we're just married," was~the appeal chalked on the, bnck of a car in which Charles Tunstall Evans, n senior British official, left with his bride, Knthleen Armstrong, on their honeymoon in troubled Palestine. An armored car escorted the motorcar. \ \ Bricks Qn Ills H ml gel BROWNSVILIJE, Texas— (#)—Faced with n $2,000 deficit itt his year's budget, the Hev. Rny N. Johnson, pastor of the First Methodist church, closed the door of the church, with-400 bricks and placed a price tnx of $5 on each of them. The congregation and friends of the church arc Mow busy buying and moving the bricks. Hitler Fail* Newsies A* Alibi in Court WASHINGTON.— (if) — Hitler failed ns an alibi for two Washington newsies brought into court on charges of crying "extra 1 while selling n regular edition. The Newsies told Police Court Judge Newman they weren't culling "Extra!" Thnt whiit they were .shouting was "Hitler!" "They don't sound nlike to me," said the judge. "Five dollars.' Glln Monster Pnys Visit ELGIN, 111. — (/P>— Jerome Hnnnon found a gila monster paddling around in the basement of his new home here. The poisonous reptile is a native of arid regions of Southwestern United States, so Hannon guesses it escaped from' a medicine show that visited Elgin a few days before. PLEASE The way Hope Star Want Ads get results will please yon. What's more, you'll got thorn more: cheaply than any other \vay. Antt that will pleuae you some more! You can't beat 'em— whether 3^011 want to Buy, Trade, Kent, Sell. Send Your Classified Ad hjj Mail or Briny to Hope ,S'/,«r OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE SAY, WHAT ABOUT THAT BRAINSTORM YOU HAD OP GRAFT/W<3 7.IPPERS OW ORAW6E SO YOU COULD EGAD, LADS, WITH MY ADVEKJTURE iMTO THE REALM OF POLITICS, MY "TIME HAS BEEKJ GOMSUMED WITH THE DUTIES. OP MY BUT WITH THE COMING MOMTHS fTHOSE CUTIES ARE LESS [ IVJC3 AMD 1 FEEL THE..URGE TO TAKE UP THE TORCH OWCE MORE AUD LET LIQHT THE WAY TO BETTER THIWC3S IKJ THE T=IELD.OF IKJVEMTIVE SCIEMCE LtKE THAT IT'S ABOUT TIME: YOU WERE" IW QM THAT MILUOKJ THE ORAWGE OOT /-for O.<JCE A DREAM/MO X WAS, ESK/MO / TO MIS- FIRST LOVE= OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS ! OH, THESE--WHY, X'VE STARTED A COLLECTION OF WHEELS, AMD THIS COLLECTION WILL BE WORTH A LOT OF MONEY SOME PAY — BECAUSE WITHOUT WHEELS THIS GREAT COUMTRY COULP M6VER HAVE EXPANDEP UKE IT HAS WELL, VOU'P BETTER STICK TO STAMPS OR WE'RE ALL. THROUGH EXPAMPIKiG AROUND HERE.' T. H. BEC U S PAT. Off WHY MOTHERS SET &RAY J.RANIvllftM', IT.-/I/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ir r r rrr! By EDGAR MARTIN UXJOV.O TOO ALLEY OOP Oop Doesn't Mind By V. T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOPf VHP.' I'M TH' DUMB, PU6- UGL.Y MOOVIAM VOUVE: GOT WO USE FOft,' _. // I'M TH GUY WHOSE GIRL YOU'RE &OMMA. TAKE AX)' SOME. OTHEC. SUCH SHAKE! WEU.,AU. BIG SHOT WHY, VOU'RE WOT SUCH A BAD GUY AT ALL.' HAW.' PUT 'EB. THERE, PAL---SHAKE; REO..U, S. PAT, Off.J l__ ^y IZ-IV - Tr.t.H—fcv_ WASH TUBBS No Laughing Matter DOWVJ vreeiw THE REVOLUTIOW! '3USTA VWA ^ »•; 1&MUOT6 THE TRAITOR* ARE AT OUR SATE6. I.ADOUFO OE \.A CUCARACHA, \NEEL CRUSH THEW LIKE SUSS BENEATH VO/ FEET. 1 J\ CUCNlr\ CHA.' PLEASE, \AVJO youVe BwP VHAC. you NV.EVJ VOUR \HOBD.' AWE 9ROKSW\Y4HY TWN'T YOU 1HTO A FREE CARIOCA 'AS YOU PBOK\%EN MY CAR\OCA. YOU HE'D BE FREED- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS / SHE SENT THBM BACK ? IN ( THAT CASE, YOU WIGHT SELECT V NICE DRESSER SET, A FOUNTAIN \ PEN AMD A MANICURE BOX AND =5^. SEND THEM OVBR/ By ROY CRANE HA-HA! I E^PECK. "X A JOKE! A JOKE & THE JOK-g, •SHE EES \ " 7 "'•=• i».i2T~»..i OW KAE. THftT F2UOW/ COMPLETELY wwep.wy v mMOCEWT fAAW! Continuous Performance MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE SHE'LU SEND THEM BAC<, Tbo / JUNE THE KINO OF A QIRL TO ACCEPT EXPENSIVE SIFTS/ By MERRILL BLOSSER BUT AS LON6 AS FRECK MSSOCSEY HAS TO DELIVER FACKASES ON FOOT , ITS GONNA B0 FUN SENDING STUPC AND MORg FUN WATCHING IT GO BACK / J% ^ r f:K^m c , c ^l \,t$* V?*^ HIS BACK -fjAl/'^ IS 6ESINNINQ To 1 '''SHOW A SLISHT BEND! TOO ftAD SOMEONE ISN'T KEEP/NO TRACK OF HIS YARDAGE NOW.' PLEASE MA* ME I H»,V6 VOUE. AUTO- I ORACH, MK. "Bingo" Again \ ^ VOU SEE WHAT HAVE TO COMTEND WITH, MISS WORTH; i'/A AFRAID 1 HAVE MIS JLJD&ED VOL) TOO. MB. VIPERO- VOUR THEOK.V OF ^KIS CASE IS IWTERESTIW&"/ BUT, OF COUCSE,THE PROOF OF YOUR. COMTEWTIOKJ /»6OUT VAL ELIFOR.P MUST WAIT ^ TILL WE SHEATHE EUSHES OF THAT DUELIMG SCEMe AT THE STUDIO By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll { I SAff ISKI'T THAT NDUR CARPEKJTER, FRIEWD PASSING r I OUTSIDE NOW? I WE'RE MOT 60/MG TO LOSE HIMJ

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