Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 12, 1968 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 12, 1968
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Want To Start A Blue Monday Offlght? Use Classified Ads. PR7-343T. WAM1 AB ftt? m All wttf Ads if e r»nfcte in fcdfute* feat ad will te »¥§f the telephone and dHUdfl leeemitts Hlottd the understiftdlhg the is ffcftole then statement 18 Nurseries **«***«*«*«*»*******«•*«>** For Sale of «• ••»•*»••• •«• NdfflMf of Words up to IS te te to to to to to 16 16 21 26 31 36 41 26 ,20r 26 30 35 40 45. 46 to SO One Four Six One Oty Dtys fiftvs Mo. 1.102,35 2.90 6,40 , 1,90 2,16 3,50 10,06 UO 2,80 3.50 10.05 1.501.324.0011.55 1,70 3.70 4.50 13.05 I.§0 4.15 5,00 14,55 2,10 4,60 5.50 16,05 2,30 5.05 6.50 19,05 2,50 5,50 6,50 1§,08 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures As house or telephone numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time - $1.25 p«r Inch per day 4 Times -fl.10 per Inch per day 6 Times— t.95 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. 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 f RgE ROSES, Fftilt trees, bedding plants and shubbef y. Hose bushes, shade (fees and pot plants. Phone Ffft'3543, E. H. 6YERS, 3-12'lmc **«•*•• &•**•***•*•**• »•»•»*•. 63. Sewing Machines SWOER SEWING MACHINE Co, Sales A Service, cillPR7« S313« New Singer Zlg 2ftf por« tibte sewing machine $88.00! payments of $5*00 month, Tha Fabric Center, 107 South Main, your authorised Singer Representative or the singer Com* pany, 221 East Broad St., Tex- flrkana, Arkansas, *•**•*•«•******««•*»•»•••*« 7" R05M HOUSE* l f /j feaths, lot, carport, toot house, comfortably furnished. Would con' slder small home of 12 foot wide • 2 of 3 bedfoom trailer, frailer as part payment If suitable, 715 West Avenue A, Hope, Arkansas, Phone- PR74268 2*28«lmc 90, For Sale NEW ALUMINUM FISHING Boats, 12 and 14 foot $89,00 and up, Russell's Curb Mar* ket, PR7-9933. 68. Services Offered NEW AND USED JEEPS . . can be seen at the G. and S, Manufacturing Company on West Avenue B. Telephone PR?-6714 press or Offset. Call Yukon 3^534 collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Wash- Injton. Ark. INCOME TAX - Fed. ft State. $5 up. H & R Block, America's Largest tax service. Dorsey Strtajjfellow, consultant, Invites his nrevlous cllpnt«: to H A R Block. Old Harris ft 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 contractors • plan business. Call Joe Porterfield PR7-5331. 2-14-tf FOR CARPET AND braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates. For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. 2-18-tf THREB 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. 2-22-2 me WE HAVE FISHING BOATS, motors and trailers, .new and used. Russells Curb Market, 903 West 3rd. 3-8-lmc 28,000 ACTUAL MILES. 59 Dodge Coronet, 4-door hardtop, power steering, Radio and heater. New Tires. A one owner car that looks like new. PR7-3440 Before 6:00 p.m. 3-11'tf THE amazing Blue Lustre will leave your upholstery beautifully soft and clean. Rent electric shampooer $1. Home Furniture Co. 3-ll-6tc 91. For Rent 2. Notice COMPLETE Quality Film Developing Service— Photo's and movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAKNo. land 2. .••:••:. 2-24-tf I WILL NOT BE responsible for any 1 debts, other than my own] Nye Morton Jr. rt 2-29-12tp 5. Funeral Directors INCOME TAX and bookkeeping service. Those due tax refunds should file early. Clifford Franks . . Phone PR7- 2210. , l-24-3mc - . TWO FURNISHED APART- HOT WEATHER JUST AHEAD. MENTS _ No chi idren. 218 Add Airtemp conditioner West 8th. Phone: PR7-4279. now. . . Before prices go up. 3-7-6tc A-l Contractors, PR7-6614. 3-6-1 mp 73. Jewelers 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. 15. Used Furniture LUCK'S'USED FURNITURE'CO" See me before buying or selling. H. E. Luck, 904 North Hatel, PR7-4381. 2-74f WALKER'S NEW ft USED Fur- ntture, PR7-6233. 213 S.Maln. Give highest prices (or your furniture, Will sell • trade -or buy. 2-7-tf ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••* 21. Used Cars WANTED^Late model usedcaVs and pickup trucks. See James Galnes Used Cars. 203 West 3rd, fc-*-«*>«*««-•-••--•=-*-- ,-ri-S.', FINEST WATCH & Jewelry repair. All work guaranteed. Party napkins for all occasions, personalized, printed Stewart's Jewelry Store, 208 South Main. 2-6-tf 78. Business Opportunities AVON COSMETICS Needs ma- 'ture, ambitious, energetic woman with car to represent these top-quality products, in the following communities: Hope, Prescott, Bodcaw and Sutton. Give directions to your home in reply. Write: Avon Manager, P.O. Box 994, Texarkana, Texas 75501 3.7-6tc 95. Apartments Unfurnished I E;OR LEASE at^WUcres"""" perial • 1 and 2 bed room apart-' ments. Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100.00 up. PR7- •3363 or PR7-5744. 2.-1-U 2. Notice ANNOUNCING the McLoln Mr. McLain formerly operated City Cleaners for 23 years I invite myfrelndsand customers to come by. Pickup Phone PR7-6333 And Delivery U7 W. Front 3-1.12tc 35. Truck Rentals RENT V 7V TRUCK" save* o ver 70 percent, refrigerator dol» lies, loading ramps, furniture pads etc, ftinUshed ffee.Move inythtafc anywhere, anytime, no re<Ttape, no delay. Only license required Is your driver's license, Free est|, mates ancj reservations, PR7. 5733, PERRY'S TRUCK RENTAL, a> perry's True)? slop. Hwy, §7 Ba§t of Hope, 82. Help Wanted Male or Female PERMANENT JOB OPENINGS Plant expansion has created an Immediate need for additional production workers with Dlerks Forests, Inc. at the Briar gypsum plant located only 13 miles north of Nashville, If you are a high school graduate, in good health, and willing to work a rotating shift, apply in person at the Briar office or call 286-2231 for additional information. An Equal Opportunity Employer 21, Used Cars 48, Slaughtering **«**•»*»••«• »*»» ***»**«**««, RALPH MONTGOMERY Custom Slaughtering Melt tor your (Jeep freeje, Wf b«y cattle and 1967 Qajajfje 500, 4»doo r . loaded power 1966 GaJwie 500, Sir eondjtioned, t , , fully loaded power CUSTOM sjayfhtertnj ge*f pr pork ?y| tag wrapped &r your ff. geaisei BARRY'S » 7.4404, 500 « feetory 1965 Voik§wa |efl enginf , ,„„,,,,, , New «**T**f**f **•**•*«•* **•*****! ltll , tili , t . ( f , $1195,00 , Farm ***Tf***««f*V«*«B*«*ff *»**»*** Jot® Peere Hjy fwt to? or HOPE AUTO CO, Real Estate For Sale «»*'*«« ««»»***»**». WEStWOOD , 3 bedrooms, I baths, central heat and air. Look fof the 4x12 exposed cedar beams and black glass, Inside is cedar beamed, Cathedral ceilings supported by a wood burning fireplace, Carpet is olive' bromte plush nylon, drapes are deep gold. Wdls are white ash lightly rubbed with black stain. Counter tops are black marble formica, Come see the rest by appointment, Call Hayes Mckinnie • PR7-5251 or PR7-5744. 2-22-lmc 123, Mouse Leveling FREE ESTIMATE anywhere. Floor leveling, foundation repair, new sills, piers, bracing, underpinning. Brick, block, concrete, and carpen* try. Call collect 772-7370 Texarkana, U.S.A. Golden Rule Const. _ 2-23-tf WIN AT BRIDGE Declarer Gets Defense Squeeze By Oswald and James Jacoby NORTH (O) 12 4K5 VAQJ84 4Q1092 WEST EAST 4Q1032 A 76 V53 VK1092 • AJ96 » 8 3 2 4 K 6 4 * A J 8 5 SOUTH j 4AJ984 V76 ; • Q 10 7 5 473 -. North-South Vulnerable f West North East South; IV Pass 14 Pass 24 Pass 2N.T.5 Pass 3N.T, Pass Pass j Pass . • -•...'..;- f| Opening Lead— f 6 j Hope Star Star of Hope ISS9J P>«s Consolidated January 18, published every Weekday Afternoon at the Star Building StARPUBUsMNGCO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, president Alex H, Washburn, Sec. * Tteis. 212"14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 71801 Alex, H, Washburn Editor ft Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr, C. M. (Pod) Rogers, Jr. Circulation Manager Billy Dan Jones Mechanical Superintendent Second'dass postage paid Hope, Arkansas at Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Member of the Press Associated LIFE—and death—go on for the South Vietnamese. Top left photo shows a member of the 33rd South Vietnamese Army Ranger Battalion climbing up a ladder in Hoa Thien; in adjoining picture, he lies dead after being hit by sniper fire. Other photos, made in Saigon, show city refugees getting rice rations from a CARE emergency delivery and a Viet Cong suspect being searched by a South Vietnamese soldier. Political Candidates The Star is authorized to announce that the following are can- , pyers ; see" b Anyone can work a squeeze ,,,.,,.*„ <•_.. „„, ,,„ „?„„„ ....i,)^* play successfully and every- ? Idat *f for public office subject ' does. Experts plan to> action of the Democratic Pri- 'ii^ipine, fair m later, really ad players may work a squeeze by complete accident and may not even know that they have done so. Usually the squeeze is made by declarer, but once in awhile the defense produces one. Today's hand is an example. South's choice of two no-trump as his rebid was poor. With a mere seven points, he should have contented himself with a .two- heart or two-spade call, but South fancied his own dummy play. Any North or South contract was going to be wrecked on the rocks of distribution, but South really outdid himself when he managed to go down four. The play started nicely for him when he won the first diamond with his 10. Then he lost the heart finesse. East returned the seven of spades. South's eight was covered by West's 10 and North's king. South continued by a spade to DOCTOR'S MAILBAO Cataracts Are Part Of Aging Process The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to th* use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Single Copy lOc Subscription Rates (Payable in advance) . By Carrier in Hope and neighboring Towns Per week *•*•**•*** *^^ Per Year,'Office only . . 18.20 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, Pike, and Clark Counties — One Month 1.20 Three Months . 2.90 Six Months . 5.25 One Year 10.00 All other Mail in Arkansas One Month 1.10 >Three Months ....... 3.90 One Year 12.00 All Other Mail Outside Arkansas One Month 1.30 Three Months . . ... .. 3.90 One Year . 15.60 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months : ' 6.75 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: ? <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 For County Clerk MRS. PAT McCAIN For County Coroner J. T. HQNEYCUTT of spades 's queen. At that point, South suddenly no- to discard LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .olvedat problem by letting a low heart go. East discarded the racts, bilateral, that mean? How long does it take for a cataract to form? Can it be dissolved without an operation? A-—You have beginning cataracts in both eyes. Cataracts develop at an uneven rate that varies from months to years in different persons. Although the opacity in the lens cannot be dissolved, an enzyme is sometimes used to dissolve the attachment of the lens to its surrounding capsule. This makes it possible to remove the cataract without waiting for it to "ripen" as was done in former times, Q—What causes a cataract? If one can see all right even though a cataract is present should the cataract be removed or is it better to wait? Is there any drug, such as nylidrln, that will slow the development of a cataract? Can a cataract be treated with ultra-sound? A—Cataracts are a part of are By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. . n jj I, ',-•"••; > •'• " •'. ••-,„., n. ,„ Arkansas Dailli . >t 'cata- regard''to this^methOd^Ea^F^'pyplilat' Ai J ; What does surgeon must use the method 38111; 960 Hartford that works best for him. Inc3387 Pltaie und your questions and comments to Wayne G. Brandstodt, M.D.i in care of fnis paper. While Dr. Brandttadt cannot answer individual fetters, he will answer /etters if general interest in future column. SHORT RIBS PRESIDENTS "PLAN TO THE DOUARS.AT HOME? eight of clubs. West saw that his side's ( Arkansas Power & Light Com- 'pany, Plaintiff, vs. Gladys Barham, Catherine B, Howerton, On- took dummy'i two hearts. He let a club go on the second heart, Then he Jed dummy'* last heart, East was in again and South dropped the wven of diamonds, WARNING ORDER The Defendants, Gladys Bar* ham, Catherine B, Howerton, On- East thought awhile and de- e&a B, Prather and Howard Bar cided that Sbuth's entire play ham, are hereby warned to ap had marked West with the pear in this Court within thirty kin • ' , of clubs. He led a low club. West returned the suit. East gashed the ace and jack of clubs. South had to come down to two cards and discovered he wai iqueesed. He had to chuck the high ipa.de or go down to en* diamond, end West was sitting back of him with a low spade and th* ace< jack of diamonds, South did difcard a diamond. We«t threw lus small spade and ... the lilt two tricks with diamonds. (30) days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Plata* tUf herein, WITNESS MY HAND and seal as Clerfc of this Court on the 12th day of February, 1968, JIM COLE, Clerk fty Leona. Cole, D. C. percentage of persons in each age group past 50, The incidence is higher in persons, such as glass blowers and stokers, who are exposed to great heat or intense light than in the general population. Living in a hot, dry climate is also a causative factor. In some persons, taking large doses of drugs of the cortisone group and others has caused cataracts. If your yision is good in either eye it is best to postpone cataract removal, This is because, following removal, a special type of lens must be worn- Good bilateral vision cannot be obtained unless this type of lens is used for both eyes. Nylidrin increases, the blood flow to parts where It is de» ficient but, since the lens contains no blood vessels at all, neither this nor any other drug will arrest the progress of a cataract- A lens that has been removed will not return. A new technique that uses an ultrasonic needle has been developed. The vibrations break up the Jen? and it can then be sucked out through the same needle that delivered the ultrasonic waves. Although this is believed by some to bf the best method, of tffatmjflt, it is to© ne,W t9 hgvi fceen f a w§v |Q. , Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N.Y.; 1215 Penobscot Bldg. % Detroit 2, Mich.; 683 Shrivll Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. By FRANK O'NEAL it WONT WORK. POIT FORV£"Ai?S.AND HE SAVS IT* IMPOSSIBLE/ Medley ACROSS 1 Propitious 6 Cauterizes, as a wound 11 Idolizes 13 Disclose Mill-humored 15 Without end (poet.) 16 Broadway sign lab.) W Woody fruit 22 Cow's call 24 Pigpen convulsively 26 Worthless matter (slang) 28 FooUike part 30 Rocky !«nnacl« 3J J«p*ne$e outcast 32 Depot (ab.) 33 Stage play 35 Venture 37 BwJ's sibling 3S Polynesian lwrt» 40 Snooze 42 Feminine name 43 Lords tab ) 44 Born 46 Give 49 OWo. Utah and oUiers §2 Spheres of action 5 Affirmative 6 Coterie 7 Night before 8 Make effervescent 9 Wild (dial.) 10 Winter vehicle }J Appear 13 Has recourse to 18 Witticism 21 Heavy drinker!! rtver g Weaken a muscle by wrenching 25 Greek letter 27 Particle 29 Specimens 33 Principal meal 34 Assist Aniwer to Prtvlom p u i»l« 38 Raver , African 47 Collection •tfwtaii 48 Ugfif brown 42 Hebrew month 91 being probe thf a c§tara§t? 54 Showed a second tune, as I njpyile S Sjyiccinct . 1BGWN itsrtaio actors - with

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