Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 27, 1968 · Page 5
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Nil Sit 16 Ntimbet of Worts Up (a IS to to to to to to to 21 26 31 36 41 46 20 20 25 30 35 40 45 to 50 WAOT At) RATES AH Wanl Ads are payable in advance but ad till be accepted over the telephone and accomo* datlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account is payable when statement is rendered. One Pour Si* one Day Days Davs Mo. 1,102.35 2.90 MO 1,30 2,80 3.50 10.05 1.30 2.80 3.50 10.05 1.501.324.0011.55 1.703,704.5013.05 1.904.155.0014.55 2.10 4.60 S.50 16.05 2.30 5.05 6.50 19.05 2.50 5.50 6,50 19.05 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or tele* phone numberscountasoneword. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I Time - $1.25 per Inch per day 4 Times-$1.10 per inch per day 6 Times- $.95 per inch per day'- STANDING CARD ADS 20.00 per inch per month. Kates quoted above are for consecutive insertions. IrregU" lar or skip date ads will take the one-day rate. All 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. The Hope Star will not be res* ponsible for errors in want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then or ONLY the One incorrect insertion. Phone Prospect 7-3431. 1 Job Printing PmOTnrc"Vf""QualltV." Letterpress or Offset. Call Yukon 3-2534 collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Wash- Ington, Ark. _2_-5-tf 2. Notice Tut** Feferftflr 27, P 2*%u*l jft M f*4 R7-3431 *'«*****«•*****«*««*««*•«***«, •*ca*ai«*c*ait»a«********««* 15. Used Furniture See me before buying or selling. H. E. Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381. 2-7-tf WALKER'S NEW 4 USED Fur- nlture, PR7-6233. 213 S.Maln. Give highest prices for your furniture, Will sell -trade. or buy. 21. Used Cars »»•«*»»»»»»**»»• RALPH MONTGOMERY Custom Slaughtering, Meat for your deep freeze, We buy cattle and hogs, CUSTOM Slaughtering Peef pp pork euj; and wrapped fer you? deep freeze, epataetBARRT'S GROCERY, 744M, 2*141 73, **?»»«» T**»»T*f*?l?*«»f»T»»* FINEST WATCH 4 ^welry repair, All worfc |«graja,tee<J. Party napkins {or til occasions, person's}, Jewelry Store. 84-tf 63, Sewing Machines 80, Help Wanted Male SINGER SEWING MACHINE Co, Sties & Service, Cll! PR7- 5313, Net Sfofef Zig 28gpbf« table sewing machine $88iOO, payments of $S 4 00 month, The Fabric center, 107 South Main, your authorized Singer Representative or the Singer Com* pany, 221 Bast Broad St,,Tex« arkanfl, Arkansas, "MILLWRIGHT to install wood chipping units at sawmills, Ifl* dependent Stave Co., Lebanon Missouri," 01, For Rent *****««**»*«»»»»«««***•»»««»«. 3'ROoM CORNER House, East 9th, near Yerger School. Phone.- PR74W4, Miss Ullie Mlddlebfooks. Slam forget Is Illusive By Oswald and* Jamet Jacoby 68, Services Offered INCOME TAX up. H 4 R Block, America's Largest tax service. Dorsey Stringfellow, consultant, Invites his previous clients to H & R Block. Old Harris & Harris Medical Clinic behind Cox Drug Store. PR7-5416 9t30 a.m. • 9;00 p.m. 2-12-tf COMPLETE PLAN SERVICE residential or commercial, No obligations, Choose your own builder, We solicit the contrac* tors • plan business. Call Joe Porte rfield PR7-5331. 2-14-tf FOR ALL YOUR electrical needs from a small repair to complete job call -Johnson's Electric PR7-6659 or PR7-5456. 2-5 -Imp FOR CARPET AND braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates, For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. 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. 1-30-lmc INCOME TAX and bookkeeping service. Those due tax refunds should file early. Clifford Franks . ; Phone PR7- 2210. 1-Z4-3mc NEED OLD BUILDING torn down? Free estimates. Call PR7-3841 or PR7-9924. 90, For Sale REPOSESSED BAROAiNS-Sew- ing machines, vacuum cleaners, fake over payments. Free homedemonstrations, No obiigations-24 hour service. Phone: Collect, Texarkana 702-2S52 of Writes Local Sew ing Center, 1521 Texas, tex- arkana, Texas 75501. 1'31-lmp THREE BEDROOM modern home. Forty acres land, pond, improved pasture. 22,000cap- acity chickens. Call PR7- 4858 or PR7-5225. 2-20-lmc 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 GRAVEL -Contact S. V. Cobb, or Bobby Cobb . . . PR7-5913 or PR7-4413. 2-7-lmp FOR SALE BY OWNER. 7 room house, l'/2 baths, lot, carport, tool house, comfortably furnished. 715 West Avenue A, Hope, Arkansas. Phone: PR7- 6268. 2-13-l2tc SMALL FURNISHED APART* MENf, Bills paid. Prefer working man. Call PRl*§839< 2-27«4tc BEDROOM HOUSE, 401 Soutfi Bonnef, Phone PR7-226S af- tef 2iOO p.m. 2«27-4tc 2 92, Houses Unfurnished Good condition! 905 West 7th Street. Dial PR7-3467, A, 0, Mlddlebrooks. 2*26-4tp 94, Apartments Furnished Notmt • A93 AKJ2 west 4 J 10 9 6 ¥J4 49754 SOttfil EAST 4K542 ¥6532 • 754 4108 (0) West Pass Pass VK109 • KJ108 4AQ63 Both vulnerable North Bust South 1N,T. 4N.T. Pass 6N.T. Pass Pass Opening lead— 4k J MAILHAO Surgery Recommended For Aortic Aneurysm By WAYNf 6. BRANDSTAOT, M.S. Hope Star l*« frw* Star of Hope l*«j Consolidated COMPLETE Quality Film De«- veloping Service— Photo's and movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAK No. 1 and 2. 2-24-tf I | ,iX* .M .? I* ,>?-"• '* *"'" •'-'-''•'•' t* 5^' • ••••••••••••••••••••••••^ •••*•• 5. Funeral Directors 76. For Sale or Trade equipped, Two • way Radio, Burial association. HERNDON Funeral Home, Phone 7-4686. 2.28-" AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCRESTFUN- ERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. f$2~ "BiHiTpfoi; * carport, tool house, comfortably furnished. Would consider small home or 12 foot wide - 2 or 3 bedroom trailer. Trailer as part payment if suitable, 715 West Avenue A. Hope, Arkansas. Phone- '6268. 2-27-lmc 78. Business Opportunities NOW AVAILABLE ... 2 openings with AVON Products in Bodcaw and Hope. Write today while territories are still open. Give directions to your home in reply. WRITE: Avon Manager, P.O. Box 944, Texarkana, Texas 75501 2-24-Ctc BRACE yourself for a thrill the first time you use Blue Lustre to clean rugs. Rent electric shampooer $1 Home Furniture Co. 2-26-Otc 1959 DODGE 4-door $95.00. 1963 PLYMOUTH v8-auto- matic, air conditioned. $895.00. 215 North Hervey. 2-27-4tc CLOSING OUT ALL Aluminum screen doors. . .$10.00. This week only. ANDREWS GLASS SHOP. 2-27-6tp d 7*8 ^Easiness' Opportunities CONFECTION SUPPLY ROUTE Unusual opportunity for man or woman to restock new type coin dispensers with high quality packaged food products. Handling brand names only. NABISCO. No selling. De. pendable person can net VERY HIGH EARNINGS. Part or full time. Requires $1150 to $3250 tor immediate start. Write for personal interview, giving phone number to Inter- State Dlst. Co., 455 E. 4th S. Suite 206, Salt Lake City, Utah. 84111. 2-27-6tp MENT. . .Call PR7-5653, 2-22-4tc MARCH 1st - FURNISHED APARTMENT. Adults, no pets. PR7-2294, or see David Davis. 2-27 -4tc FURNISHED APARTMENT-Air conditioned, Adults only, all modern. $47.50 per month. PR7-5195. 2-27-tf __...... ^.. .._.>.>._. a. »--Wrf. 95. Apartments Unfurnished FOR LEASE at Hillcrest andim- perlal - 1 and 2 bed room apartments. Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100.00 iip. PR7- 3363 or PR7-5744. 2-1-tf 102 . Real Estate For Sale WESTWOOD CONTEMPORARY, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat and air. Look for the 4x12 exposed cedar beams and 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; stain. Counter tops are'black^ marble formica. Come see the rest by appointment. Call Hayes McKinnie - PR7-5251 or PR7-5744. 123. House Leveling 'ESTIMATE anywnere. Floor leveling, foundation repair, new sills, piers, bracing, underpinning. Brick, block, concrete, and carpentry. Call collect 772-7370 Texarkana, U.S.A. Golden Rule Const. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF . . „ .. ... . HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKAN- J^'ch VG had Look at the North hand. You have a perfect 16-point no-trump opening bid. Your partner opens with one no-trump himself and, since that shows 16 to 18 points, your partnership total is from 32 to 34. If he has 16 only, you don't want to be in a slam; if he has 17 or 18, you do, You don't even want to get to five if he only holds 16 —32 points should make five odd but doesn't do so every time. You would like to bid four no-trump as a strong no- trump call, rather than Blackwood. We strongly recommend this one modification in use of Black wood, which is that, when your partner opens in no-trump, the immediate raise to four no-trump is just a raise, not a demand for aces. South has 17 points, plus two 10s, and bids six happily. The jack of spades is opened and he plays dummy's queen because West might have led from the king. East plays the king and South has to scramble for his contract. .His best play is to take the ace right away and run off four clubs. He discards the three of spades from dummy. Then he tries hearts and. when the jack drops on the second lead, he has four heart tricks, v He> lets his eight of spadeslgoloittthe fourtlv-hfiart and is < now ready to think about the queen of diamonds; A lot will depend on the East- West discards on clubs and hearts. East should let two spades go and most Wests will discard two spades also. In that case, South may throw West in with his last spade and make him lead a diamond. An alert West will discard the deuce of diamonds and the nine of spades and conceal his six spot. Then, if South leads a spade, West gets two spade tricks. Of course, South can always guess where the queen of diamonds is. In any event, it is a tough contract after the spade lead when East holds the king. With any other lead, or with the king in the West 90. For Sale WANTED— Late model used cars and pickup trucks. See James Galnes Used Cars. 203 West 3rd, ww ............... 2-24-tf 35, Truck Rentals "RENT V A" V TRUCK" save" v"r 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 estimates &nd reservations, PR7. 5733, PERRY'S TRUCK REN, TAL. afr Perry's Truck Stop. Hwy, 67 East of Hope, ««•»« •*»*»»«»*•«*«•»»«»»»*»»« 48, Slaughtering For Sale By Owner Large comfortable home on big corner lot in Southland Heights, Four bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, dining room, Den and kitchen. Drapes, large patio, central heat and air conditioned. Dishwasher and electric range, Has approximately 2,000 square feet of living area, BARGAIN, Shown by appointment only, CALL; PR7-3757 after 1:00 p.m. SAS Arkansas Power & Light Company, Plaintiff, vs, Gladys Barham, Catherine B. Howerton, Oneida B. Prather and Howard Barham, defendants. WARNING ORDER (Newspaper fnterprite AMU.) 27 21, Used Cars The Defendants, Gladys Barham, Catherine B, Howerton. On« eida B. Prather and Howard Bar* ham, are hereby warned to ap» shows (hat you can play spades pear In this Court within thirty °PP°sN« » void and had a (30) days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff herein, WITNESS MY HAND and seal as Clerk of this Court on the 1967 L,T,P, Fuji power wnJ air conditioned, Low mileage ana <*{n elesn, ,,,„, .,,.,,,, tt $§050,00 1967 Qija<ie,§00, Full power !W<J *ir cpnOitlPftei In warranty, Extra Clea^ ,,„,,,,,,,,, t , $1795,00 1967 F.7PO Truck, tlftlMtttlfitti clean |f 12th day of February, I960, JIM COLE, Clerk Py LeonaCole, D.c, Feb. 37, March 5, lg, 19, 1968 Founded Fund George Frederick Handel, the great composer of instrumental music, was a. charitable man with a dry sense of humor and a sympathy for musicians in financial trouble. He helped found the Fund for Decayed Musicians, now known as the Royal Society ot Musicians. (J—My doctor say* I have a small aortic anetifystn. How long will it be before it has to be operated on? What are the usual symptoms? What are the chances of recovery? A—What a dlverticulum is to the digestive tract, an aneurysm is to a blood vessel. Since the aorta extends from the heart to the lower part of the abdomen the symptoms depend on the location and the size of the putpouching. in some but not all cases, pain Is a prominent symptom, In some, the aneurysm is visible In the neck. Encouraging TMK h FAMILY^ LAWYER. Enact the Ten Commandments? Nol long ago, a western Inw- maker proposed the enactment of the Ten Commandments as part of the state's criminal code. The proposal did not pass. But it did put Into sharp focus the relationship between mornl law and criminal law. There are striking differences belWv^n the two systems of law. For one thing, moral law usually deals in generalities, criminal law in specifics. While the Sixth Commandment says generally that "Thou shall not kill," the criminal law weighs the specific variations that may affect guilt in a particular case. advances have been made in jjg It, 1929 Published every Weekday i Afternoon ; at the Star BuiMing STAR PUBLtsHWCS CO. Mrs, C. E. Palmer, President au TCHH.C*I IIOTC i«;^ii uiaut' •!• «»* o« *»* **• ------- » ^ the surgical treatment of this Alex H, Washburn, Sec. • Treas, disease. Because surgery of fers the only chance for recovery, It U not wise to delay It, especially since there Is always the danger that the 21M4 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 71801 «. Alex, H, Washburn miot & publisher orrhage. Q—1 have recently gone to wofk in an office where there are about 50 people. A man in the center of this area sprays a glue that contains toluene andcarbon tetrachloride in processing pictures. The rest of us suffer from headaches, dizziness and smarting of the eyes. What can we do? A—The maximum allowable concentration of toluene vapor in the air is 200 and of carbon tetrachloride 25 parts per million. A short exposure to 600 ppm of toluene will cause fatigue, mental con C. M. (Pod) Rogers, Jr> ; Circulation Manager : Billy Dan Jones j Mechanical Superintendent: Second-class postage paid -at Hope, Arkansas • Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations ; Member of the Press Associated Q—The bidding has been: West North East South 14 Pass 2 4 Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AKQJ765VA32 476 45 What do you do now? A—Bid four spades. This to open with four TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to five diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Thus, the criminal law recognizes that a person may indeed kill in the necessary defense of himself or his family. This is not a rejection of the Sixth Commandment. It is merely law on a different level. Furthermore, moral law often sets standards that are too lofty, as a practical matter, to be enforced by criminal penalties. Imagine, for instance, the difficulties of enforcing the Tenth Commandment — "Thou shall not covet" — by fines or jail sentences. Yet, in a deeper sense, criminal law must at least be in harmony with moral law if it is to be acceptable to the community. It is to the moral law that mankind looks for its directions and its aspirations, And if moral law has the disadvantage of being general, it has the advantage of being enduring. Poet James Russell Lowell put it this way: "In vain we call old notions fudge, And bend our conscience to our dealing; The Ten Commandments will not budge, And stealing will continue stealing." Also, because moral law speaks directly to the conscience, it may influence conduct in » way that no mere legislative enactment ever could. In one case, a farmer posted a "NO TRESPASSING" sign in an effort to stop repeated thefts from his apple orchard. But apples continued to vanish. One day he changed the sign to read "THOU SHALT NOT STEAL." The thefts stopped at once. An American Bar Association pub- Ik service feature by Will Bernard. © 1967 American P^ Association Good salesmen usually make good fishermen, They Po/fftco/ instinctively how to cast rowy * a line. 4 smck /or would lost; weight: mashed turnips. county Judge OPPM cold, f 87 50,00 1966 F400 Ford Piefeup, 6 cyjyider |H95 t OO 1966 Chevrolet Pickup, 8 cylinder, Fleetside. 16,000 actual miles,,,»,,,»,,, 11550,09 HOPE AUTO COMPANY PR7?237i " 94 St, 2^31 rltC We wonW like |o tilfe yijs opportunity to egress 9 siflgere appreciation for %J1 tlw feiatjaess an(J ioye <J^riflf toe ittness w<* 4e*th of o«r loved one, We especially want to thaj* Pr f J>*4 Martin<jsle au<J b|$ staff it M^rtiRdale pi|a|5 and the staff at Memorial Hpspitalt WJtRoiit the Grace of Qo4 and the love and }oy» alty o| Iriends oyr grief vouid te more tnan we couJd bear, Tne Pen I, Arnold Family For Tax Assessor CARTER SUTTON For Sheriff 4 Collector JJMMIE GRIFFIN For Prosecuting Attorney mil' PENMAN, JR t For Circuit Clerk J{M COLE For Representative ARTHUR L s STRECH For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE The Associated Press is en* titled exclusively to th" use for republicatlon of all the lot;al fusion, nausea, headache and news printed in this newspaper, ** " " * as well as all AP news dispatches. 5 Single Copy lOc x Subscription Rates (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and neighboring Towns — ;• Per week ;."35 Per Year, Office only . , 18:20 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, Pffce, and Clark Counties — • One Month 1:20 Three Months . . ...... 2:90 Six Months . . ........ 5:25 One Year lOiOO All other Mail in ArkanJjas One Month .1|10 Three Months ....... 3;90 ; One Year . . ........ 12;00 All Other Mail i Outside Arkansas i One Month 1>30 Three Months 3.90 One Year . . . ....... 15.60 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months . . . . . . .. 6 ; .75 Nat 1 1 Advertising .; Representatives: -? dizziness. Exposure to a high concentration of carbon tetrachloride causes unconsciousness and injury to the liver and kidneys. These substances should not be used indoors without an effective exhaust fan and periodic air sampling to determine whether the limits of safety are being exceeded. f lease tend your truest rani and comments to Wayne G. tronditadt, M.D., in can of th'n paper. While Dr. Brandttodt cannot answer individual lellert, he will oniwer letters OT general interest in future column!. LEGAL NOTICE The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Pitmos School District No. 9 of Hempstead County on Tuesday, March 12, 1968, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.-The electors will vote a school tax of 35 mills to be levied for general fund tor the operation of schools of said district. The polling places latht.'dls* trict..irtll:be,lthe::san|>e as heretofore designated. Willie Shepard Secretary of School Board Feb. 13, 20, 27, 19C8 SHORT RIBS Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3^87 Popular Av.,_ Memphis, ,'Terih., -"••-"-38111; ' 960- Hartford Bldfe., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Mi$h- igan Ave., Chicago 1, 111.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York -.17, N.Y.; 1275 Penobscot Bide., Detroit 2, Mich.; 683 Shrtyll Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. i fty FRANK O'NEAL lt$ CALLED A PU080? &WP Hodgepodge The Star is authorized to su> nounce that the folio wing are can* didates for puWJc office subject to action of the Democratic Prl* ACROSS iCondiUon of being 6 Direction- 11 Made to occur at a certain moment tt Weir4 13 Public procession 14 Baseball term 16 PrazUiftn macaw 17 Wrestler's cushion 19 Edible seed 20 Color 21 Be sick 22 Sum* forming adjectives 23 Lock of hair 26 Decenniums 29 WhacK slang) 31 Sinbad's bird & Collection of 2 Rapid run in . music 3 Camltcnut tree 4 Scatter, as hay 5 Dropsy 6 Colonizers 7Above (poet.) 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