Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 2, 1968 · Page 3
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Pile four HftlWtf^WrtifrflflttL ^^ — ^ ^j™?' Cut Living Costs By Using And Reading Want Ads. PR7-3431. Nuftil Zy f SU All WAN1 AC,. Wint'Adfe are fjayable Ift but ad will be accepted over Ihe telephone and aeeomo* dation accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payable when Statement is rendered. One Four Six One Day D4ys Bays, Mo. UO&&6 2.90 >8.40 UO MO 3,sa> 10,05 1.302,803,5010.05 1.501,324.0011,85 1,10 3,10 4,8013,05 63, Sewing Machines 80, Help Wanted Male Number* of Wortls* t)p to IS 16 to 20 16 to 20 to to 31 to 36 to to 21 26 25 30 41 46 40 45 to 50 68, Services Offered SWGER SEWW6 MACHINE Co, Sales A Service, sail PR1« 8313i New Singer.2Ig 2flgpbf* table sewing machine $88*00, payments 6f$$«00 month, The FAbfie Center, 10*? South Main, youi authorised Singer Representative or the Singer Company, 221 East Broad st 4| Tex* arkanS, Arkansas, 1.3U 1.10 O.UU 11.00 i, «A ,( 2,104,605,5016.05 * 2Z " 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 numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time - $1.25 per Inch per day 4 Times - $1.10 per inch perday 6 Times- $.95 per inch per day STANDING CARD AJDS 20.00 per inch per month. Rates quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip date ads willrtake COMPLETE PLAN SERVICE the one-day rate. , residential or commercial, No All dally 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- TAX * Fed. 4 State. $5 up, H & R Block, America's Largest tax service, Dorsey Strlngfellow, consultant, Invites his previous clients to H 4 R Block. Old Harris & Harris Medical Clinic behind Cox Drug Store, PR7-5416 9:30 a,m. • 9:00 p.m. 2-12-tf attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then or ONLY the One incorrect insertion. Phone Prospect 7-3431. 1 Job Printing PP'INTTNG" "of" "Quality"." Letterpress or Offset. Call Yukon 3.2534 collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Washington, Ark. 2-5-tf obligations. Choose your own builder. We solicit the contrac* tors • plan business. Call Joe Porterfleld PR7-5331. 2-14-tf FOR ALL YOUR electrical needs from a small repair to complete Job call -Johnson's Electric PR7-6G59 or PR7-5456. 2-5-lmp FOR CARPET AND braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates. For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. 2-18-tf INCOME TAX and bookkeeping service. Those due tax refunds should file early. Clifford Franks . . Phone PR7- 2210. l-24-3mc NEED OLD BUILDING torn down? Free estimates. Call PR7-3841 or PR7-9924. 2-26-6tp 2. Notice 76. For Sale or Trade COMPLETE Quality Film De«- veloping Service— Photo's and „ nrw ^M movie film BARRY'S QUICK ' UUUM SAK No. 1 and 2. 2-24-tf I WILL NOT BE responsible for any debts, other than, my. own. M*o MMMnnUjflr* •>'• t-W W 2-29-12tp 5. Funeral Directors equipped, Two - way Radio, Burial association. HERNDON Funeral Home, Phone 7-4686. 2.28-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCRESTFUN- ERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. 102. Real Estate For Sale 15. Used Furniture See me before buying or selling. H. E. Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381. WALKER'S NEW 4 USED Furniture, PR7-6?33. 213 S.Maln. Give highest prices for your furniture, Will sell • trade. or buy. ......... 2.7-tf ^~~™™^^'™™™^™^*«»*»W«»W«IW«iW««««(«»« 21. Used Cars FOR SALE N NEW RESTRICTED Resldeu- tial area, one of Hope's New Luxury Houses. 4 bedrooms 3 full baths, wood burnlngflro place, all electric kitchen, central heat and air. 2,400 square feet of living area. Shown by appointment only. Call PR7- 5190. 2-29-6tc and pickup trucks. See James Galnes Used Cars, 203 West 3rd. 2-24-tf •*«"*«»«^W«»»W^w <**W*WW«»ww W wwWIWWI*ft 35, Truck Rentals 78. Business Opportunities CONFECTION SUPPLY ROUTE for man 70 percent, refrigerator dol lies, loading ramps, furniture pads etc, furnished free, Move anything, anywhere, anytime. no red tape, no delay, Only license required Js your driver's license, Free estU mates and reservations, PR?, 5733, PERRY'S TRUCK REN. TAL, at- Perry's Truck Stop, Hwy, 67 East of Hope, ity packaged food products. Handling brand names only, NABISCO, No selling. De. pendabie person can net VERY HIGH EARNINGS. Part or Ml time, Requires $U50 to $3250 for immediate start, Write for personal interview, giving phone number to Inter, state Dtst, Co,, 455 E, 4tli s, Suite 206, Salt Lake city. Utah, 84m/ 'MILLWRIGHT to install wood chipping units at sawmills. In* dependent Slave Co., Lebanon Missouri." 2«I9'l2fp O A yu * DO NOT HAD! Heavy duty rotary cuttef s with stump Jumpers, heavy tall wheel, removable hay side, half Inch spring steel blades, I-beam sldej Bofg« Warner gear box. We are factory representatives, Regular $595. Direct to you Mr. Farmer, $275. Distributors, dealer invited. Scotsman Distributors, Inc. 1715 Spring St. Shreveport, La, 424-6676 3«2-ltc ********«*•*•*««•••***«*«*•» 30, A * Salesman • a*********************!***** 17,000 PLUS REGULAR CASH BONUS for nnn over 40 in Hope area. Take short auto trips to contact customers. Air mall T. B. tJlckefSon, Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Port Worth, Texas. 76101 34-6tp 84, Wanted W^ANTED'^'ROTARY" "MOWING. Submit bid per plot divided by streams and completion date if awarded March 13. Farm located 1,000 ft. North of Mt. Morlah Church on old Academy Road. 2 miles west from Washington Ozan Highway, Harold Avery, 1238 E, Romtieya Drive, Anaheim, California 92805 34-Gtp 90. For Sale 123, House Leveling 90. For Sale CORNER LOT 150 X 175 Located at 201 East 13th Street. Seven room house. Good investment property. Mike Kelly PR7-5209 2-28-6tc 1% Baths, lot, carport, tool house, comfortably furnished. Would consider small home or 12. foot wide - 2 or 3 bedroom trail£ TJ TraUer^ assart payment 'suitable, 715 "West Avenue A. Hope, Arkansas. Phone- PR7-6268 2-28-1 me 41. Fertilizers * FARMERS * Truck Load Prices For Fertilizer This Spring. . . . Sold On Cash Basis. Delivered Your Farm GRAVEL -Contact S. V. Cobb, or Bobby Cobb . .. PR7-5913 or PR7-4413. 2-7-lmp FARM FOR SALE - Call PR7- 5902, after 6:00 p.m. 2-22-2mc THREE BEDROOM modern home. Forty acres land, pond, Improved pasture. 22,000 capacity chickens. Call PR7- 4858 or PR7-5225. 2-20-lmc REPOSESSED BARGAINS - Sewing machines, vacuum cleaners. Take over payments. Free homedemonstrations. No obligatlonS-24 hour service. Phone: Collect, Texarkana 792-2552 or Write: Local Sewing Center, 1521 Texas, Texarkana, Texas 75501. 1-31-lmp BRACE yourself for a thrill the. first time you use Blue Lustre to clean rugs. Rent electric shampooer $1 Home Furniture Co. 2-26-6tc EXAMPLE: Truck aoarj j.pjsjio-20-10 ;i $56.00 Per Ton. CASH ON DELIVERY CALL: PR7-2464 MONTS SEED STORE 310 E. 2nd Hope, Ark 102 . Heal Estate For Sale CLOSING OUT ALL Aluminum screen doors. . .$10.00. This week only. ANDREWS GLASS SHOP. 2-27-6tp NEW ALUMINUM FISHING Boats. 12 and 14 foot $89.00 } and up. Russell's Curb Msyjj- *"'ket?' PR7-9933. ; v ' ^ 2-29-1 n^c 35 HOLSTEIN and WHITE FACED COWS-with calves at side. 4 Registered Red Durbc brood sows — 1 with pigs, rest will farrow soon. 1 mile East, 1 mile South, Quarter East of Wllllsville or Call 871-2325 .<. SAM COMER PLACE ; 3-l-2tp NEW AND USED JEEPS . . can „ „_ .. be seen at the G. and S. Manu- .1....... factoring Company on West Avenue B. Telephone PR7-6714 3-2-tf 92. Houses Unfurnished ON EXTRA URGE CORNER LOT At End of East 15th Street "" in Cornelius Heights a very at- * OR tractive three bedroom, two bath, home with two wood burning fireplaces in paneled den and living room. Air conditioned with window units. Carpeted, Bullt-lns with lots of closet space, Possession next week. You will love the yard and Q , . "" ' landscaping. Let us show you this y< *« Apartments modern home RENT. 7 ROOM HOUSE, 1004 S. Elm. Phone: PR7-2253, 2-28-4tc FOR RENT 6-ROOM unfurnished house. 1103 South Main. Phone; PR7-2894. Miss Ullie Middlebrooks. 3-l-4tc Furnished A Southland Heights Brick Home With three bedrooms, bath and \ifo '•' ance, Extra large corner lot. Small down payment. Balance financed for easy monthly payments, Possession on dosing of sale, Foster Realty Co,, Inc, 5ia East Third PRospect 7*4691 FURNISHED APARTMENT-Air conditioned, Adults only, all modern, $47.50 per month. PR7-5195. 2-27-tf 3 ROOM FURNISHEDApartment, private bath, private enter- ance, bills paid, 818 S, Walnut, Phone PR7.5837, 48, Slaughtering RA LPH MOOTGQMERy'custora' Slaugiitering, Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs, '?•!# CUSTOM Slaughtering Beef or pork cut and wrapped for you? deep freeze, Contact BARRY'S GROCERY. 74404, 73, FINEST WATCH 4 Jewelry repair, All worfc finr^teed. Party napkins for 4}! occasions, persoaal}?ed, printed Stewart's JewiJfy Store, |OS South Wato. : 14-tf 95, Apartments IMurnis'hed 62, B, Garden Equipment perjal ' I and 2 bed room apartments, Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100,00 up. PR7. 3363 or PR7'5744, %.\ -tf *»!»«*»•»»»•»»*»»! EXCLUSIVE "BIG JOB" FEATURES MAKE CHORCMASTER AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS GARDEN TILLER LINE 102 , Real Estate For Compare feature for feature with any other tiller and you'll see why CHORE MASTER does such a big job on your garden, LAGROHE WILLIAMS HARDWARI Uttl§ Hardware In Tewn 11 Hope, Ark* 119 South Elm St. 3 bedrooms, g baths, central heat and air, look for the 4^1? exposed cedar beams aiyj 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 &fcKinjnie - 1PR7-5251 or PR7-5744. ?-22-lmc ESTIMATE anywhere. Floor leveling, foundation repair, new sills, piers, bracing, underpinning. Brick, block, concrete, and carpentry. Call collect 772«7310 Tex- afkana, M.S.A, Golden Rule Const* WIN AT BRIDGE Cast's Shrug Helps South By Oswald and James Jacob/ NORTH (D) 2 * A 1076 ¥ A743 4 AQ953 4 Void WEST EAST <M 9 5 2 4 K 8 3 ¥ 5 * K 6 2 • J1087 •Void + Q973 4KJ108642 SOUTH 4 Q 4 *QJ1098 • K642 4A5 Both vulnerable West North East South 1• 24 2V 34 4V 54 5* Pass 6 V Dble Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 3 Pierre Jais is the greatest bridge player in France and one of the greatest in the world. Unlike many great tournament players he prefers rubber bridge to duplicate. He played today's hand some years ago in a rubber bridge game. He uses it to describe how a man who is alert to what is going on around the table can profit by it. His own story is that when West opened a club East shrugged his shoulders a trifle as if to say, "What can you do with such a partner." This didn't affect the early play. Jais took his ace of clubs and finessed hearts unsuccessfully. East returned a heart. Jais took dummy's ace and led a heart to his own hand to pull East's last trump. At this point Jais went back to'that shrug by East and : also to East's double of six hearts. Obviously East wasn't doubling on his king of trumps. He must have been using a Llghtner slam double to ask for an unusual lead. It might have been for a spade but a diamond lead would have been even more unusual. Of course, East had wanted a diamond lead. There is a normal safety play with this diamond holding which is to lead the king first. Then if East did show out the double finesse would be marked. Jais started to lead the king, then noted that if he did that West could play the 10 of diamonds on the second lead of the suit and Jais would have to lead another trump to get back to his own hand. He could run diamonds and discard a spade but would be left with a losing club. Desperate measures were necessary. Jais knew that he would look mighty silly if the play he intended to make went wrong but he wanted to make his slam. He took a deep breath and led a low diamond toward dummy. West did the best he could. He played his seven of diamonds but Jais finessed dummy's nine! (Newtpoper fnttrpmt Ann.) 2 Q—The bidding has West North East Pass Pass Pass Pass 2* 4N.T. 5N.T. 6* Pass Pass Pass Pass been: South i* 4* *5 )rpy send for to wiling York, Most of the languages of and Europe probably developed from the Indo-European. Late Show Sat. At Saenger Also Sunday & Monday Hope Star Star of Hobe 1899; 1921 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every Weekday ! Afternoon at the Star Building STAR: PUBLISHING GO. Mrs. C. E* Palmer, President- Alex H, Washburn, Sec, * freasj 212-14 South Walnut Stree( Hope, Arkansas 71801 I Alex. H, Washburn Editor 4 Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Edlto Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr C, M. (Pod) Rogers, Jr. Circulation Manager Billy Dan Jones Mechanical Superintendent Second-class postage paid a Hope/Arkansas Member of the Audit Burea of Circulations Member of the Press Assoclat The problem begin*, not with ibi- wedding bill wilh (he wrd- (linn n!|*M, In Wnrnrr Hron.-8pvi?n Art*' "The Fninllv Way." llywrl Hetinell 1$ the groom nml Hnyle.r Mill* Is the bride in the. Koulling Brother* 1 Technicolor production. " YOUR DENTAL HEALTH Time Needed for Nerve To Repair Itself Fully By WILLIAM LAWRENCE, D.D.S. DEAR dR. LAWRENCE: In June, 1967, my dentist removed an old tooth that was embedded in my lower jaw bone. He also did what he described as "curettage of extensive bone area." Since then, I've had numbness of my chin and lower lip. I was told that this sometimes happened and that it would be only a matter of time for feeling to come back. But it's been seven months and I'm worried that it will never come back. ANSWER: Retained roots sometimes cause infected or cystic areas in surrounding bone. When roots lie deep in the jaw bone, infection may involve j^&^&na.l^that houses trie de'ritm"']£w"'iherve 1 or the nerve itself. In order to remove all infection, the bone is scraped and, in so doing, it can be damaged. This is not uncommon. Fortunately, the numbness which follows is rarely permanent. The length of time needed for the nerve to repair itself depends on severity of the initial injury. But even if the nerve is completely severed, it usually repairs itself, although it Political Candidates The Star is authorized to announce that the followlngarecan- didates for public office subject to action of the Democratic Primary. For County Judge FINIS ODOM For Tax Assessor CARTERSUTTON For Sheriff & Collector JIMMIE GRIFFIN For Prosecuting Attorney BILL DENMAN, JR. For Circuit Clerk JIM COLE For Representative ARTHUR L. STRECH For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE may take more than a year. First signs of repair are a tingling or itchy feeling in the chin. There are occasions, no doubt, when the nerve is injured by crude and careless surgical procedures. However, in most cases this type of injury is unavoidable. The important thing is for the surgeon and patient to thoroughly understand the possible effects of surgery and to carefully evaluate the need. For instance, if there is a root deeply embedded in the jaw, close to the nerve, and it hasn't given the patient any difficulty for many years, the for removal The Associated Press is e i titled exclusively to th" use republlcation of all the lo ._ news printed in this newspape| as well as all AP news d patches. Single Copy lOc Subscription Rates (Payable In advance) By Carrier in Hope and neighboring Towns — Per week .... ....... Per Year, Office only . . 18, By mall in Hempstead, vada, Lafayette, Howard, Piij and Clark Counties — fe One Month . . . ....... lit Three Months . . ...... 2$E Six Months .......... 5|? One Year . . . ........ 101 All other Mail in Arkanl| One Month . . , -. ..... || Three Months . . ..... 31 One Year .......... All Cither Mail Outside Arkansas One Month ...... ... _ Three Months ........ I One Year . . . . . . . . .. College Student Bargain Nine Months ........ Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 4* Popular Av., Memphis, Tel 38111; 960 Hartford BlT need for removal is very , slight. ,lf IremovihgUi. would DaliaY 2, Texas;- 360 -N cause more damage than igan A ve., Chicago 1, C leaving it in, leave it in. It's 60 E 42nd st New Yo ' rk fe prudent to allow the „ Y; 1275 p^ nobscot B1 | 2, Mich,; 683 Shr| Oklahoma City,'Okla.fi It's more prudent to allow the root to remain where it is an1 check on the area at frequent intervals. SHORT RIBS By FRANK 01 BEEN OBDERHJ SAIL AROUMD FINE , BUT PROMISE WON'T SAIL CLOSE TO THE EDGE Rivers You, South, hold: Q J765 VA3? *7 What do you do now? A^Pass, Vow have talcl your full story and your partner knows you have solid two aces and a king. He settled for si*. TOPAV'S QUESTION The bidding is opened with one heart on your left. There are two passes. You hold: AAQ87 V32 *KJ98 *Q 5 3 What dp you do? Answer Monday in kii fcooi/**, "Ww ''/ £>e g vinntr, 199, H x«V ptnonal copy. ngmf, 9t (H9W S M J L | N u New Orleans district attorney, has asked jhe couri Jo deny Cjay Shaw's application (or a change of venue and set the case down for (rial. Garrison has accused Sha\v of cunspiracy in (he d e a i b «t President Kennedy. .\ court decision is scheduled for -March 5. ACROSS 4 Runs away to 1 Bohemian river we< J, 5 Tributary of the 5 Feathered Vistula friends 8 Tributary of the 6 Shoshonean Mississippi Indian 12 Pistribute cards 1 One of 12 tribes in a game of Israel 1.1 Greenland 8 South African Eskimo stream 14 Peel q( a fruit 9 Engage for 15 Within (comb. service form) 10 Arrow poison 16 Color . JI Smell 17 Martian 'comb. 19 Uncle/dial.) formj 20 Bargain event 18 Grated harshly 22 Camera's "eye' upon 23 Letters, for 3) Scoff instance 21 German stream 24 Things done ••2 Linger i1 Uillard stroke •& Let HO :«) High card 41 Finished •'12 Large tub 33 Follower :!l Antarctic sea H5 Many times • poet) .16 Rio de . —r 38 Ringworm Vi Before 41 Organ of hearing I'! Largest river in France •J.) Front of the chest •W Preposition V) Bustle 52 African stream "vl Kncounter i-) Negative. Vj Notion V> Makes mistakes )7 The whole i# Crow cries iwnv.v 1 Tributary of the Fiilda •J! Siberian river clubs 27 Shakespearean stream 28 Out of danger 29 Girl's name 31 Drivel 34 Underdone, as steak 37 Dormice 25 Percolate slowly 38 Paving 26 Feminine substance appellation 39 Peaceful 41 Hard, heavy! durable woo4j 42 Citrus fruit | 43 Heavy blow I 44 Roman road | 46 Verdian opera 47 Killed. | 48 Beverages I 50 Collection of! sayings | 51 Scottish streaj

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