Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX HOPE STXR, HOPE, ARKANSAS D6c6mHci' 23,1938 •ft ill ~— — • • —• —— Star Star of Hope, 1899; Press, 1927. CoMolIdated January 18.1929 O Justice, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! , Walnut street, Hope, Ark. every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. StaTtt Washbura, at The Star building, *U4 South G. E. PALMER, President ALEX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NBA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Assn. LaFayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. „* TI,O Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively en dte use formication of afl news dispatches credited to it or not L credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. "on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed Commercial news- M£SS hdd to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deC of s£cel£king memonals. The Star disclaims responsibility or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Go Easy on Indicting Nations as a Whole Edmund Burke remarked a long time ago that you can't indict a whole nation His remark is worth keeping in mind today, when the temptation to do exactly that is sometimes almost irresisitible. It is hard enough to sum up the character of one man, if for no othei reason than that most of us are a mixture of two or three or more distinc' personalities. At times we are swell folks, and at times we are pretty mucl akin to the people whom' society has to put behind bars. And if individuals can present contradictory traits, how much more is that true of whole nations Here is an interesting illustration, taken from, a story recently distributed by Science Service. Science Service points out that if large numbers of refugee Jews from fey I>B. MORRIS FISIIBEIN y . Editor, Journal bf the American Medical Association, and of Hygela, the Health Magazine Many Ills Can Be Traced to Insidious Carbon Monoxide This is the last of five articles on carbon monoxide poisoning, and how to prevent It. Severe poisoning with carbon monoxide is, of course, exceedingly dan- Serous and m'ay result fatally. There s danger also from chronic or insidious poisoning by small quantities of the gas. It has long been known that traffic policemen working at busy corners may inhale enough carbon monoxide to develop symptoms. Housewives may also develop such lymptoms from defective cooking utensils and appliances. If the gas in a gas range is not completely burned, the incomplete combustion may lead to the development of symptoms in those who work in the kitchen. It is believed that such poisoning may lead gradually to anemia and deficiency of the red coloring matter in the blood, to persistent headaches and t( trouble with the eyes. The extremely poisonous characte of carbon monoxide for living tissu illustrated by its effect on plants Science Service points out mat 11 ituge iiuniwcvo wi. it.m & t.>. «*-••- —•--- 15 juusixeiicu oy us enu^i. uu i^mn^ Germany are to be settled in Tanganyika Territory—where plenty of fertile Even sma n quantities of the gas in th ,_j :_ M-UI- th<> n-.onai'o rvf tho tcptsp flv. carrier of sleeping sickness, _:_ ,,,:ii i n tp,-fnrp u-ith m-owth of olanl \jtrirnyilj' ell c IV W av;i.fc»tu »»» •» M»- O ««--^ ...— — M . land is available—the menace of the tsetse fly, carrier of sleeping sickness, will have to be met. ,',,,, It can be met in various ways. Proper clearing of the land will help to keep the injects under control. Care in choosing-homesites will also be a help. Most important of all. is the fact that a specific drug for the cure of African sleeping sickness exists. And here is the interesting part. This drug is a pre-war German invention. Known as Bayer 205. it was developed by German chemists on the basis of researches made by Germany's famous medical scientist, Dr. Paul Ehrlich--a Jew. It would be highly ironic, of course, if Jews driven from Germany were to be settled in a former German colony and protected against disease by a Gefrrian drug which owes its existence to the genius of a German Jew. But that isn't the point just now. The point is that if you try to define the "real" Germany, you have to take every step that complicated equation into account. Biographers have spent a good deal of time trying to get at the real essence of great men—trying, for instance, to define the "Real Lincoln." And they always wind up by finding a mixture. The "Real Lincoln," for example, was both the Lincoln who wrote the Gettysburg Address and the small-town lawyer who liked to tell somewhat off-color stories, the crafty prairie politician and the statesman of the second inaugural. Good and bad, shoddj and sterling, were inextricably mixed in him as in all other men. And the same is true of nations. The "Real Germany" is the Germany that persecutes Jews—and the Germ'any that provided the world with a great weapon against death. It is Ehrlish as well as Hitler, the victims as well as the oppressors, the givers of gifts to mankind as well as the tyrants. Which is something very much worth remembering in these trying days . We must hate wrong—but not the nations from which wrong comes, for much good also comes from them. udden draft or gust of wind. It is mportant to guard against every such aossibility. In the basement, a stove or furnace ilpe may become disconnected. Somc- irnes the draft is set in such a mannci hat partially burned gas escapes into he callar. From 1922 to 1935, poison gases, including carbon mpnoxide, accounted for 3H per cent of all 'deaths from all softs of accidents. It ia interesting to know that as electric light is becoming more and more widely used, the numbers of deaths from illuminating gas poisoning drops steadily. Moreover, in recent years many cities have passed laws regulating the construction, sale and installation of gas heaters and ovens. The" warnings, that have been widely spread relative to the danger from automobile exhaust gas have also had sonic 1 effect. Latvians Frown Upon Hand-Kissing RIGA—(dV-Latvians are asked not to kiss hands when they meet or leave their lady friends. The health and fitness organization decided that this courtly custom contributed to the spread of illness. BARBS Is nil that movlhg In Berlin necessary just to make room for Lindbergh? It won't be long until everybody is on the public payroll,and wo can nil stop worrying about taxes and such. Alt Landon's srociion of Governor Democratic, nomination for President in 19-10 indicates that how is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the other" party. Agitation against unsightly parking lots may lead to development of invisible automobiles. Suggested slogan for the western hemisphere: Lima Alone. Ancient Hindos believed the world was a hemisphere help up by elephants, which, ui turn, were suported by a turtle. If you've declared war against some of thoso odds-aml-ends that are clottoring up your home, it's time to do stmething about it. A Hope Star Want Ad will fight the battle for you and win! It gets results fast and very cheaply! • Send Your -Classified Ad l>ii Mail or Bring to Hope Slur OUR BOARDING HOUSE."'.... with... MAJOR HOPPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS air will interfere with growth of plants and may kill them. Small birds, for example, are sens! tive to carbon monoxide, and it has seen customary for 'miners to keep canaries in the mine, because the oanary will succumb much more quickly to small quantities of carbon monoxide than will human beings. It is also quite possible that ..failure of plants to grow in certain houses is associated with high concentration of carbon monoxide gas. The nervous system of the human body is especiallly sensitive to lack of oxygen. For this reason physicians are careful to study the effects on the nervous system resulting from poisoning with carbon monoxide gas. In protecting one's self against poisoning by illuminating gas, it is well to bear in mind that gas 'may escape due to a flexible pipe becoming detached from the heater, to accidentally turned on gas jets, to defects in the tubing, or to putting out the gas by water which boils over. Sometimes a gas light or gas burner is put out by For Sale FOR SALE—7 week old pigs. 3 months old pigs. Male Hog Service. Bill Ramsey. 21-3tp 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. Jan 7 Pd. FOR SALE—Steinway Grand, slightly used, Big Saving, Home size, almost lierfect condition. Beasley's, Texar kana. 13-to-24 Lost LOST: One bay pony-mare 6 years old, about 750 pounds, good shape, anc oriu black mare mule, about 10 year old 1000 Ibs. Strayed from farm nea McNab. Reward offered. W. F. Gil bert, Washington. • "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • • You Can Talk to Only One Man • Want Ads Talk to Thousands SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance Not taken over the Phone One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3'«c, word, minimum 50c Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month—18c word, minimum §2.70 Rates ars for continuous insertions only. 3A60W/ CAJ-L. THE £TUKJK MAM/ vVHER PID THIS OLD MOTOR C-0ME T=PTOM, AMD THIS SPROCKET WHEEL AMD BICYCLE CHAIN? IT LOOKS LIKE A COLLECTION OP ALVIM'S CTUUK ' . PEY'S DE. THIWGS MISTAH MAcTAH'S BE EM COLLARIM'TO MAKE HIS KlEW IMVEKJTION *-*-*-' BUT WHEW AH ASKS MIM WHAT IT IS HE JBST KEPT OW TALKIM* TO HISSELP UKE. AH WASW'T THERE/ H AS ^ PARTS '".. corn. 1938B7fSvstnvicE.iNcT f. ' 1 AIN'T AFRAID TO SHOW THIS TO YOU GUYS NOW, BECAUSE I'VE APPLIED PER TH' PATENTS ON IT - BUT, BOYS, lv\Y DAN'S IN MACHIME SHOPS \<=> NEARLY OVER: THAT'S A MODEL PER SHOOTING? DOWN AIROPLA.NES AT NIGHT. VOU JUST TURW TH 1 SEA.RCHLI6HT ON A. AIROPLANE AM 1 PULL. TH' TRIGGER OF- TH' COMBS TH 1 PLANE-, AS SIMPLE AS THAT! TX i£HT \/ VEH X BUT \ SEARCHLIGHT GOES STRA'.Gl- AM' A BULLET SMELL ARCHES LIKE A ARROW ER THROWIN STONE.,.WE I IN HOPE BUT HOPE KILLS US y OR , A. LIVE THE DREAMER BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES More 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 20-3tp Front Street. IM-Dec-30c 'ANCIENT PHILOSOPHER HORIZONTAL 1 Greatest thinker of all time. 6 To implore. 9 He was a • philosopher. 14 To man. anew 15 To sin. 16 Demigoddess of fate. 17 Competent. 18 Inlet. ID One. 20 One for whose use a thing is done. 21 Harness strap. 23 One who ices. 25 Triad. 27 To catch in a snare. 29 To bind. 31 Toward. 32 Cavity. 35 Envoys. 38 Cow-headed goddess 40 Since. 41 Units 6f electrical current. 44 To handle. (Answer to Previous PuizTe) 47 Chum. 49 Either. 50 Pistol. 52 Portrait statues. 55 Eccentric wheel. 58 Fairy. 59 Recipient. 60 Medley. 62 He was a in a grove near Athens. 63 He was the of "Republic" (pi.). VERTICAL 1 Pair. 2 Rental contract. 3 Yellow resin 4 Artistic aptitude, 5 Single thing. 6 Strawberry. T Silkworm. 8 Blessing. 9 Antelope. 10 An outlaw. 11 Evergreen shrub. 12 To come in. 13 Genius of the body. 20 He •outlined state; 21 Oak. 22 Grafted. 24 Musical note. 26 To be sick. 28 Call for help. 30 To tire. 33 Distinctive theory. 34 Point, 36 Aeriform fuel 37 Peak. 39 Pertaining- to sepsis. 42 Sun godl 43 To ignore; 45 Opposed to winner. 46 Year. 48 To peruse. 50 Driving command. 51 Constellation 53 Heart. 54 Modern. 55 Folding, bed. 56 Beer. 57 Russian village. 58 Point 61 Bone. Services Offered SPECIALS — Permanents $1.50 up Shampoo set, Manicure 85c; Shampoo set, Eyebrow-lash dye $1.00. Vanity Beauty Shop. Phone 39, 117 Fron Street. 21-26-c ALLEY OOP By EDGAR MARTIN NOW <btt w>rtw XOO'Ut OONE V. 1 OVOKJIT tAtm VOW XOO VOOR. \VVEX Yoo Hoo! Hdre I Am By ROY CRANE Wanted WANTED—Good ued wardrobe trunk. Mrs. David Davis. Phone 680. 22-3t-p. ! JEST AS 1 THOUGHT! ARE H15 TRACKS! \T MUCH LON6ER T' F\MP THAT SLICK. .%L HAIRED THU6! HE'S PROBAWWTWNj SOUND OF NW VOICE RISHT NOW.' DINMV IT LOOKS LIKE I HAP TH' RI6HT IDEA! Salesman Wanted MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route of 800 families. Write today. Rawleigh's Dept. AKL-U8-SA. Memphis, Tenn. 22-ltp Burned History PENZANCE, Eng.— </P) — Police investigating an unpeasant smell in an office found new tenants burning val- uabe old manuscripts. And another family got rid of a lot of historical documents by stuffing them down a well. Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. Whatever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an Impression" WASH TUBES Revenge •bO MR. WcKEE THOUGHT I COULDV1T SELL w* OLD CUVM=S-WU»AFY /VWTEESSE'S, T3ID HE? OBOV, AIA I A SUCCESS ! AK\ I HAPPV! JUST WA1TLL I TELL CAROL. \ tfjtfti By V. T. HAML1N B\VJ FOR A CWAWCE 10 GET EVJEN VWTH THAT W-RV1 SUU.V.' , VOU BLAWETY- BLAWKEP SCUPPER. BAT! I'LL WRING VER BLOOkMWG WECK.« MECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Shanks' Mare By MERRILL BLOSSER THE SAME k OLD WAY BY THE HEEL- AMD-TOE ROUTE/ ^-^ ITS SNOWIWS ASAIN.' HOW ARE YOU SOIfvJQ Tb GET JUNE'S PRESENT OVER. TO HER. ? I'M PLA.YINS SANTA CLAUS ! I'VE GOT A PRESENT HERE FOB. JUNE / i HAVE'THIS IS *DONNER"AND THIS \S *BUTZEM") T. M BEG U S P*' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Bold Words By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll A.VJD KSCW, MISS SJOPCTH, 3W t>O YOU EXPLAIKJ 'RESEKiCE HERE.GOIMG HROO&H MV PB5W 5 PLEASE BELIEVE AAE, AAAJOR-- 1'AATR.VIKie TO HELP YOU/ WELL, TALK FAST- BEFORE I CALL IKJ THE MIGHT WATCH MAM/ JUST A MI wore.' PO VOU MIMD IF 1 ASK WHAT YOU ARE DOIMG BACK HERE AT THIS HOURJ WHAT.' YOU'RE A5KIKJG ME -THE HEAP OF GILT3ER PRODUCTIOKIS- WHY I COKAE BACK TO \\Y OWM OFFICE .'? TO WORK, LADV- TO WORK. 1 1 START .SHOOTIN6"WAR. MURSE" TOMORROW/ COPR. 393> B MAJOR GILDER, IF YOU'RE Rb^LL'.' \] DETERMIWED TO START PRO" ' DUCTIOM TOMORROW, VOU'D BETTER J DO EXACTLY AS I q-i?

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