Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 24, 1968 · Page 3
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(IP ftp. mWVllWiHliW* Sifttrttfc FttfWfy 2 No "Cents" In Waiting • Let Want Ads Save You Money! PR7-3431. *(**««**•*« *«i *««**« ««***•«> 'WANT All Waft! Ads are ptyable Ift advance but ad will be acceded over .the telephone aftd aeebmo* datlori accounts alldtfed ' with, the understanding Ihe . acbotthl Is payable when sfaleffifefnt'Us rendered. Number of Words Up to 15 16 (6 20 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to $0 63, Sewing <•• Machines *•** *•*****« *'«***«******•*»*« 90, For Sale ******** *« One Four Si Day Days Dav^ Mo. 1 1,10 2.3S 2,90. < ; M5 i 1,30 2,80 3<50 iO,OS 1.30 2.80 3.50 10.05 1 l.SO 1.32-4,00 11.55 1.703,704.5013.05 1.904.155.00 14.55 2.104.605,50 16.05 2.305.056,5019.05 2.50 5.50 6.50 19.05 SJNOB& Sfi WING '..MACHINE Co. safes A Service, affttW* 5313V Mew Singer 21$ ?igpor* table seeing machine- $88,00, payments ' 6f £5»00 month* f hS PabHe Cent^IO 1 ? South M«lh| your .fltithofUad $h'$HK$ir1j» ; sentatlve of the SltigeFCofn* pany, 221 East Bread Sl», flrkana, Arkansas, : ..... M -.^j m -^U 68. Services Offered Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or tele- INCOME TAX * Fed, Si State. $5 phone numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time- $l,25 : per Inch per day 4 Times-i $1,10 per inch perday 6 Times- 195 per inch per day STANDING CARD ADS 20.00 per inch per month. Rates quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip date ads will take the one-day rate. AH daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 2 p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. up, H 4 ft Block, America's Largest tax service, Dorsey StHngfellow, consultant, in* vites his previous clients to M It H Block. Old Harris & Harris Medical Clinic behind Cox • Drug Store. PR7-5416 9;30 a.m.« 9:00 p,m. 2.12-tf COMPLETE PLAN SERVICE residential or commercial, No obligations, Choose your own builder. We solicit the contractors • plan business. Call Joe Porterfield PR7-5331. 2-H-tf FOR ALL YOUR electrical needs from a small repair to complete job call -Johnson's Electric PR7-6659 or PR7-5456. 2-5-lmp REPOSESSED BARGAINS .Sewing machines, vacuum cleaners. fake over payments. Free home demonstrations, No obligations-^ hour service. ; Phone t Collect, Te*arkana 1 1M.2SS2 or Write? Local Sew* ing Center, 1521 Texas, Texarkana, Texas 75501, 1'31-lmp THREE BEDROOM modern home, forty acres land, pond, improved pasture. 22, 000 capacity chickens. Call PR7- 4858 or PR7-5225. 2-20-1 me FARM FOR SALE - Call PR7- 5902, after 6:00 p.m. 2-22-2mc YOUNG REGISTERED Angus Bulls, and Heifers. Good Bulls don't cost they payl C. L. Roberts, PR7-6726. 1-30-lmc ********* *•*••**«***« ****»**, 102 . Real Estate For Sale IT'S INEXPENSIVE to clean rugs and upholstery with Blue Lustre, Rent electric sham- pooer $1. Home Furniture Co, 2-19-6tc •* a *•***•««***»* •»•*•» CORNER LOT 156xl?5 at 13tli 4 Walnut, seven room housed Good Investment property* Call Mike Kelly, PR7-5209 M9-6te , JUST RELEASED by Estate,*; ! Two story Colonial home. Fotif •*bedrooms, two baths, fireplace, central heat, two car garage. Located in Oakhaven. On spacious, shaded lot. Weal for Family,.. $15,000.00. Call PR7-2381 Day, or PR7-5863 night, 2-6-tf Negroes Mark Birthday of Dr. DuBois WIN AT BRIDbE Here's the Way It Really Was By Oswald ond James Late Show Sat. At Saenger Also Sunday & Monday The Hope Star will not be res- FOR CARPET AND braided rug ponsible for errors in Want Ads cleaning, see Curtis Yates. unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then or ONLY One incorrect insertion. Phone Prospect 7-3431. 91. For Rent 1 Job Printing press or Offset. Call Yukon 3-2534 collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Wash- Ington, Ark. 2-5-tf For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. the 2-18-tf INCOME TAX -Federal and State. Sue Walker's Income Tax Service, formerly associated with J. W. Strickland. 1502 West Third. Phone PR7- 4642 or PR7-4680. „ 01 .. 1-30-lmc _Z-_21-4tp INCOME TAX and bookkeeping service. Those due tax refunds should file early. Clifford Franks . . Phone PR7- 2210. l-24-3mc By AUSTIN SCOTT Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Eleven days after Abraham Lincoln's birthday, Negro organizations Contact S. V. Cobb, around the country are marking PR7-5913 the birthday of a man who had as much impact on the struggle 2-7-1 rnp for equality as anyone since the president who freed the slaves. "The problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color line . . .," wrote Dr. William E. B. DuBois at the turn of the century. . This sociologist, historian, <j"i3"iztc college professor, novelist and ... politician not only lived long enough to see his prophecy proved true, but lacked only five years of being around for his 100th birthday today. DuBois died in Ghana Aug. 28, 1963, at 95 a voluntary exile from his native United States where he had been a towering VVfcSf 4Q102 ¥754 • KQ9 47832 .VORfll * J543 ¥8<J3 • A J 8 1 5 45 EAST 24 ¥2 « 10643 4QJ1084 SOUTH (0) 4 AK6 ¥ AKQJ109 4 AK9 Neither vulnerable West North East South 2V Pass 3 * Pass 3 * Pass 4* Pass 4N.T, Pass 5 • Pass 7 ¥ Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 5 Hope Star Star of Hope 1809; Press iQtf Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every Weekday- Afternoon at the Star Building STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs, C. E. Palmer, President Alex H, Washburn, Sec, • treas, 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 71801 Alex. H. Washburn Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. C. M. (Pod) Rogers, Jr. Circulation Manager Billy Dan Jones Mechanical Superintendent Second-class postage paid at Hope, Arkansas Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Member of the Press Associated GRAVEL or Bobby Cobb or PR7-4413. FOR SALE BY OWNER. 7 room house, I 1 /? baths, lot, carport, tool house, comfortably furnished. 715 West Avenue A, Hope, Arkansas, Phone: PR7- 6268. 3-ROOM CORNER House. East 9th, near Yerger School. Phone: PR7-2894, Miss Llllie Middlebrooks. 94. Apartments Furnished 3-ROOM MENT. 2. Notice COMPLETE Quality Film De-' veloplng Service— Photo's and movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAKNo. land 2. 78. Business Opportunities NOW AVAILABLE , Ihgs with AVON FURNISHED APART- .Call PR7-5653. 2-22-4tc FURNISHED APARTMENT. Adults only. All Modern. $47.50 a month. PR7-5195. . . 2 open- 2-21-tf nor desirable at that time. Products In and roundly controversial figure, constantly urging civil rights leaders to push harder. He gained national recognition in 1903 as leader of a group of Negro intellectuals opposed to the "gradualism" theories of Booker T. Washington, who had endeared himself to powerful whites by arguing that social equality was neither necessaly The Gilbert and Sullivan song, "A Policeman's Lot Is Not a Happy One," might be applied to bridge columnists also. If today's hand looks familiar to you, it should. It appeared Nov. 30 except that North had six diamonds and only three spades. The hand as shown today is the one actually played but when we finished writing it up we decided that North's three diamond response with six high card points and a five card suit was a trifle silly and gave North one more diamond and one less spade. In the hand as shown today if West opens the king or queen of diamonds, South will have to go down. West opened a trump and South proceeded to make the hand by cashing two clubs, ruffing a club, drawin trumps, cashing his ace an_ king of spades and playing the rest of his trumps. He held the jack of spades and ace-jack of c'iamonds as the last three cards in dummy and West, who had to discard before dummy, coulJ not hang onto the queen of spades and king- STEWAUT .GHANUKR tell* Wniilifnl Knlirirltn tJciidi In ltr.-|i llic jiulc I ok on slie him Inkrn from hi* liotilr in I'imiiiKiimt Pictured* fletJoii-iiclvi!iiliire, "Hid- i.n*l Siifnri." Tues.-Wed.-& Thurs. At Saenger Apartments 5. Funeral Directors vWrite 1 *'*M J f*H* " "' T*'"** ^ " ~ * I " "Hay 1 While 1 t&titorled are s open. Give directions to your home In reply, WRITE: Avon ..................... Manager, P.O. Box 944, Tex- FOR LEASE at Hlllcrest and Ira_ arkana, Texas 75501 perial • 1 and 2 bed room apart- equipped, Two • way Radio, 2-24-6tc ments. Utilities paid. Some Burial association. HERNDON " ""' furnished. $100.00 up. PR7- Funeral Home, Phone 7-4686. 80. Help Wanted 3363 or PR7-5744. 2- 28 - tf Ma IP .... AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial iviaie Association, OAKCREST FUN- -—- 102. Peal Estate For ERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. 2-4-tf • ••••••(•••••••••••••••••••••••••i 15. Used Furniture LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. See me before buying or selling. H. E. Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381. 2-7-tf WALKER'S NEW L USED Furniture, PR7-6P33. 213 S.Main. Give highest prices for your furniture, Will sell - trade. or buy. "MILLWRIGHT to install wood Sale chipping units at sawmills. In- i"nW7 n ' inn nnn. t nf ' mn ^ »h * dependent Stave Co., Lebanon "'~""— ' i'°°° to J 00 '?? 0 ' f ar . m ?. r . e .«!!S Missouri." 2-19-12tp GAS AND D ESE L MECHANICS In 1905, he helped found onepf .queen of diamonds, the forerunners of the nation's ' Several hnnriror] oldes^t civil .rights organizationK^poiS' out to us'that'the the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Pe& pie. , He was instrumental In helping found the NAACP in 1909, and then from 1910 to 1934 lashed out at social evils with an eloquent pen as editor of Its official publication, The Crisis. So popular were his articles and editorials that circulation of The Crisis rapidly grew from The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to th n use foV republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dla- palchos. Single Copy lOc Subscription Rate's (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope aiii neighboring Towns — Per week .......... .35 Per Year, Office only . . 18.20 By mall in Hempstead, Ne;- vada, Lafayette, Howard, Pike, and Clark Counties — : One Month 1.20 Three Months 2.90 Six Months 5.25f One Year . . . . . 10.001 All other Mail In Arkansasf One Month . 1.101 Three Months . . . .... 3,90f One Year . 12.001 WESTWOOD CONTEMPORARY, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central 21. Used Cars — 3 to 5 years experience, good wages and benefits, outstanding opportunity for those who qualify. Call 542-6298 or mall letter of application to P.O. Box 250, Foreman, Arkansas, 71836. 2-l9-6tp 81. Help Wanted Female WANTED-Late model used cars and pickup trucks, See James GaJnes Used Cars, 203 West 3rd, J MM 2-24-tf 35. Truck Rentals Friday. , Care for 2 children. Salary: Room and board. Call: 772-9881 before 5:00 p.m, 2-20-6tc 90. For Sale 70 percent, refrigerator dollies, loading ramps, furniture pads etc, furnished free, Move anything, anywhere, anytime, no red tape, no delay, Only license required Is your driver's license, Free estl« mates and reservations, PR7. 5733, PERRY'S TRUCK REN. TAL, at- perry's Truck stop, Hwy, 67 East of Hope, ••*.«*»..........,..&!&&. 48, Slaughtering Slaughtering, Meat for your deep freeze, We buy cattle and hogs, 90 NOT MAD! Heavy duty rotary cutters with stump jumpers, heavy tail wheel, removable nay side, half Inch spring steej blades, l»beam slde^ Borg. Warner gear box, We are factory re. presentatives, Regular $595, Direct to ypu Mr, Farmer, $275, PistriPutors, dealer invited, Scotsmin Distributors, inc. 1715 Spring St, Shreveporf, U, 424,6676 3-84-ltp black glass. Inside is cedar beamed, Cathedral ceilings supported by a wood burning fireplace. Carpet Is olive- bronze plush nylon, drapes are deep gold. Walls are white ash lightly rubbed with black stain. Counter tops are black marble formica, Come see the rest by appointment. Call Hayes McKinnle - PR7-5251 or PR7-5744. 2-22-lmc THREE BEDROOM HOME at 508 East 14th Street - Bath, living room, kitchen and dining area combination. Carport with utility room equipped for washer and dryer « two air conditioners, attic fan, floor furnace, and new hot water heat* er, PRICE; $12,000, Contact: E, M, McWILUAMS REAL ESTATE, 1201 East 3rd Street, or phone: PR7-3221. S'81-4tc 123, House Leveling FREE ESTIMATE anywhere, Floor leveling, foundation re. pair, new sills, piers, bracing, underpinning, Brick, block, concrete, and carper try. Call collect 772'7370 Tex, arkana, U.S.A. Golden Rule 2-23af the membership of the NAACP; After a series of fights with the NAACP over whether It was moving against segregation fast enough and hard enough, DuBois eventually broke with the organization. Now a committee of 50 persons, many nationally known Negroes, want to make a state memorial of five acres in the rolling Berkshire hills of west* ern Massachusetts where DuBois was born and grew up. The property, owned by Duv Bois from 1928 to 1954, is locate*} between the towns of Egremont and Great Barrington, and DuBois in his autobiography cred' ited the area's absence of racial tension In the late 1800's with helping shape his life, DuBois died on the eve of the 1963 March on Washington, after breaking with the United States and devoting his final years to editing the Encyclopedia Africana, designed to focus attention on Negro contributions to world culture. He had joined the American 'Communist party in 1961, and renounced his American citizenship in 1963 to becomo a Ghanaian, Honored on both sides of the iron curtain, he was the first Negro elected to the U,S, National Institute of Arts and Letters, and the first to receive the Kremlin's Lenin Peace Prize, which he won in 1958. squeeze was beautiful but unnecessary. In the hand as shown on Nov. 30 North only held three spades. South could discard one of those three spades on a high club and then ruff out his six of spades and nine of clubs. These readers were very charitable. Most of them said that they liked our column and were pleased to see that we made mistakes just as they did. We have tried to get personal replies to all of them. If we missed anyone we hope that he will accept this column as our apology. .. . .. . David Hamming», at a fa»hlon photographer, become* involved with Sarah Miles, portraying the amatory tolfe 'of an nrtiit, in "Blotc-llp," firtl Englifh-language film of internationally acclaimed director Michelangelo Antonioni. Set agaiiut the daxzle of MODern London, The Carlo I'onti production in color, alto ttart Vanetta Redgrave, Time Magazine: "r'ibrantlyoxcitingl" All Other Mail | Outside Arkansas | One Month ......... 1.30: Three Months ....... 3.90 One 'Year .......... 15.60^ College Student Bargain Offer! Nine Months ...... .. 6.751 Nat'l Advertising j Representatives: / \ Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387; Popular Av., Memphis. Tenn.J 7T381U; 960 HarHSnTTjldgi,! SHORT RIBS Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Mich igan Ave., Chicago 1, 111.;! 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N.Y.; 1275 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; 683 Shrivll j Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. By FRANK O'NEAL Its Distinction With a population of 123,500, the city of Kingston, Jamaica, ranks as the western hemisphere's largest English- speaking city south of Miami, Fla. Q— The bidding has been: West North East South 14 Pass Pass 1 • 24 3 • Pass Pass Dble Pass 3 4 Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AQ865 VA2 4A 4AK954 What do you do now? A—Pass, Why hang your partner because he has picked up a bad hand? Of course, if you do bid four spades you won't be making the worst bid in the world but you will be going against percentages. HOW ARE YOU AiAKWG OUT THAT NEW NOSLfMAN? TODAY'S QUESTION As dealer you hold; 4AKQJ765 V A 3 2 *76 What do you bid? Answer Monday YOUR DENTAL HEALTH MAVBE YOU'RE GO\NO ABOUT IT WJ20N6 DON'T YOU KN'OW THAT THE WAY 1D A MAN'S HEART \S TH(<bU(5M HIS Facial Deformities Successfully Treated By WILLIAM LAWRENCE, D.D.S. Fish Story Slaughtering Beef pp pork cut and wrapped for yo«r deep frtege, Contget GRQCFRY, 7^404, 90, For Sale 73, S S*¥ 55 *»** IS 9f '«•»»** ****»"* FINEST WATCH & Jewelry re pair. All work guaranteed. . Party oapkifts |or all occasions, personalized, printed Stewart's -Jewelry Store. 208 For Sale By Owner Large comfortable home on big corner lot in Southland Heights. Four bedrooms, g baths, Jiving room, fining room, Dm and kitchen. Prapes, large" patio, cfnjral heat and i|r conditioned. Dishwasher and electrje range. Has 9ppr9*Un$tely 2,000 square feet of living area. BARGAIN. Swwn by appointment on}y. CALL: PR?^? after l:00p,nj. People with facial deformities are u s u a.ll y sensitive about them and their lives are often directly affected by the seventy of the deformity, real or imagined. Many of these deformities are now being treated with some success by liquid silicon implants, Facial depressions caused by accident injuries; cancer surgery or natural deformities, such as receding chin or lopsided face, pan be built up in this way. The idea is not exactly new and has been used for some time to correct cosmetic deformities or deficiencies in other parts of the body. Some years ago a beauty contestant was disqualified for "illegal" bosom implants. Techniques have improved ancj Pr. Robert G. Calder- wopd, University of Chicago, repprts in a recent article that he has successfully re- The office wolf is beginning contoured 9 young woman's to bay. and that tummy isn't * 8ce that VVJ!S asymmetrical. pnd filled in a deep depression • ji? the lower jaw of a man who h,ad previously undergone •surgery for removal of a pqr- :$ipn of his hinge joint. !Thi$ is a far cry from the when surgery itself was eruae and people were left With untreated and unsightly B A R PASTQRfT Ask any liundry equipment is derful wife insurance. won- deformities. I remember when I was little there was a "mystery man" in our neighborhood, who always wore a mask on the lower half of his face. I later learned that he wore it to cover an ugly deformity caused by surgery. Dr. Calderwood used injections of liquid silicon to treat his patients. While injections are relatively simple and painless, implants should be done on selected cases by an expert who perfectly understands the anatomy of the face and jaw and the material he is working with. Liquid silicon can be prepared in almost any consistency so that soft or hard tissue can be simulated. It merely depends on the amount of catalyst that is used to control "the "mix." When it sets it becomes rubberlike in consistency. Slight local irritation results soon after the injection, but usually lasts only three to six days, ACROSS 1 Herringlike fish S Soft-finned fish 8 Spiny-finned fish 12 Masculine nickname 13 Form of altazimuth H Bellow 15 Poker stake J6 Nothing 17 Feminine appellation 18 Unavoidable lot ,....., ___ 21 European perch 26 Take out 23 Anglo-Saxon 28 Stagger Iheow ---- • 26 Drone bee 27 Play host to 31 Son of Gad tUib.) 33 Girl's name 35 Sea eagle 36 Makes mistakes 37 Roster 38 Abstract being 39 Flesh food 40 Summer (Fr.) 41 Wedge-shaped piece of wood 43 possessive pronoun 44 Preposition 46 Icelandic saga 48 Red ,— 52 Festival 55 Card .gam* Sfi First man GO Mimicker fit Cloth measure 62 Female equine 7 Surrealistic artist 8 Implores 9 Charged atom 10 Midwestern state lab.j 11 Epoch 19 East (Kr.) 20 Seine 21 Muckerellike fl*h 22 Ascended 24 Sea nymph 25 Printing mistakes 29 River in Irish Free State 30 Handle 32 Devotees 34 Theological degree (ab.; EEALUY? ISM'T THAT RATMER MBS/? Answer to Pr«v!pui Puz;l« 36 printing measure 41 Commit to memory §1 Upright standard 52 Elongated fijh 53 Zoo primate « Golfer's gadget St Southern IS Russian rulers 47 Hay 49 Fish sauce 50 Horseback game jeneral 57 Barrier in a river 58 Exist 59 Males improving his batting at all. P/ease je»^ yew quest/Bis about dental hfQlth to Di. j.o*ye»)ce in care of this paper While he sgnnit anjyer eoci letter pe/spnoWy, letters p/ general iateiett yUl be ao^veted in this sheepfoMs 5j Mine shaft hut 65 Prayer endies DOWN 1 Health resort 2 Female fowl .1 Attorney 'ab ) 4 Acts 5 Containers 6 Mortuary roll

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