Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 23, 1968 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 23, 1968
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"No "Cents" In Waiting • Let Want Tds Save You Money! PR7-3431. WAM AC RATlS All Want Ads ftro t^yable In irMfice bat id will te accepted df£f the f§i§pheft« in! teeomo* dtUoft accounts allowed with the ufittefsiifidifig the account Is payable when statemeftt is rendered, One Four Six one Day Dtys Days Mo. 1.102.35 2.90 8.40 ,30 2,80 3,50 10.05 .302.803,5010.05 .501.324,0011,55 ,703,704.5013.05 .§64,155.0014.55 63. Sewing Machines **»*•*****: Number of Wotds Up to 15 16 to 20 to to to to to to 16 21 26 31 36 41 46 20 25 30 35 40 45 MACHWI: Co. Sales & Service, call PR?5313, New Singer 2lg 2agpor* table sewing machine $88,00, payments of $5.00 month, The Fabric Center, 10? South Main, your authorized Singer Rept-e* sefttetive or the Singer Com* pany, 221 East Broad St., fex« arkana, Arkansas. ******•»* ************ ftttllt i 78, Far Sate ar Trade ******* ******•*•*«•******** 7 ROOM HOUSE. l l /2 Baths, toi, carport, tool house, cofflfort- ably furnished. Would ccn« sldef small home or 12 toot wide -2 sr 3 bedroom trail, er. Trailer as part payment it suitable, 715 West Avenue A. Hope, Arkansas. Phone* 2*26«lrfl6 90, For Sale *•*••, 1965 RAMBLER CLASSIC "560" Air conditioning, ridlo, sttn- dard injismiisioA 3611. iftar 6j30 f»«nv 91, For Pent 2.10 4.60 5,SO 16.05 3-22'tf ••••'•••»•«•«•*•«*•••«.. to 50 2,30 5,05 6,50 19,05 2.505,506.5019,05 68, Services Offered 90, For Sale 3«ROOM DUPLEX, $25.00 monthly. (2) 5'RGOM Modern Hous* as. Stout RMity, 620 Wtst 3rd. Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or telephone numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time - $1.25 per inch per d*y 4 times - $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, 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 responsible for errors in Want Ads INCOME TAX- Fed. A State. $5 up. M & R Block, America's Largest tax service. Dorsey Stringfellow, consultant, invites his previous clients to H 4 R Block. Old Harris it Harris Medical Clinic behind Cox Drug Store. PR7-5416 9:30 a,m, -OiOOp.m. 3-12-tf COMPLETE PLAN SERVICE residential or commercial. No obligations. Choose your own builder. We solicit the contractors - plan business. Call Joe Porterfield PR7-5331. 3-14-tf FOR CARPET AM) braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates. For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. 3-18-tf 1967-"146" LARSON BOAf, 14 foot, 1967 -lO'herttpow* er Johnson Electromatic motor, 1967 Trailer,Call PR7- 6224, 3-19-6(c WE SELL HAVOL1NE OIL, by the case or by the cans, REAL MICE 2 BEDROOM, newly decorated home for rent. Adults preferred. Phone; PR7- 5521. 3-2Ute 95. Apartments Unfurnished tilU VM.OV U* UY IMC CMS* UB* ••»*•• • •*•«*•**>%« __ J laneys Grocery, 202 East 2nd, , .—_..., JgS unless errors are called to our INCOME TAX and bookkeeping attention after FIRST insertion service. Those due tax re- of ad and then or ONLY the funds should file early. Clif- ford'Franks . . . Plione PR7- 2210. l-24-3mc PAPER HANGING AND Painting. Interior-exterior, professional work. Call PR7-5408. Earl R. Schomburg. 3-15-1 mp mower blades. Delaneys Grocery, 202 East 2nd. PR7-3701. 3-15-1 me HOT WEATHER JUST AHEAD. Add Alrtemp conditioner now. . . Before prices go up. A-l Contractors, PR7-6614. One incorrect insertion. Phone Prospect 7-3431. «-•-----•—-•--—-—-—.•-.« 1 Job Printing PRINTING of Quality. Letterpress or Offset. Call Yukon y,,,,, 9 WF C H ARPFN 3-2534 collect. ETTER DULL? WE SHARPEN PRINTING COMPANY, Washington, Ark. 3-5-tf 2. Notice COMPLETE Quality Film Developing Service—Photo's and movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAK No. 1 and 2. 3-24-tf I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any debts other than my own. Earl Clark. 3-6-lmp 5. Funeral Directors rjffi"uuircE"sERVICE""oicgyen' equipped. Two - way Radio, Burial association. HERNDON Funeral Home. Phone 7-4686. 3-28-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. 15. Used Furniture 71. Cosmetics FOR ALL YOUR COSMETIC heeds visit the new Merle Norman Studio at 621 Sunset, Nashville, Arkansas. For mail orders, Phone: 845-3777 Oleta Williams. 3-19-6tc 73. Jewelers FINEST WATCH & Jewelry repair. All work guaranteed. Party napkins for all occasions, personalized, printed. Stewart's Jewelry Store. 208 South Main. 3 . 6 . tf LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. See me before buying or selling. H. E. Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-I381. 3-7-tf WALKER'S NEW Si USED Fur/ niture, PR7-6233. 213 S. Main. Give highest prices for your furniture, Will sell • trade-or buy. 3-7-tf l +******i*mmmmm + ^m*tm*»mm + ttmmmmm*> 21. Used Cars 102. Real Estate For Sale WANTED- Late model used cars and pickup trucks, See James Gaines Used Cars. 203 West 3rd, 3-24-tf 35, Truck Rentals RENT " * T "TRUCK" "save" oveV 70 percent, refrigerator dol« lies, loading ramps, furniture pads etc, furnished free, Move anything, anywhere, anytime, OP red tape, no delay, cwy license required is your driver's license, Free estimates arid reservations, J»R7- 5733, pgBRY'S TRUCK RENTAL, at Perry's Truck stop, Hwy. 67 E&pt pf Hope, 48, Slaughtering •»•*•*«*•*••*•••*•••*****»•• r< Slaughtering, Meat for your deep freeze, We p«y cgttle auri CUSTOM 8»«gbterii*af or park cut anjj wrapped (or your deep freeze. Contact BARRY'S ' ********** ***************** TREE 8. Fruit trees, be<J- J^bfiry. Base shjge .trees ajari ppt $• 3«l5"lmc FRESH LOAD OF CITRUS. 20 pound bt( of Ruby Red Grip*. fruit, 20 pound tttf of Tens Oranges $1.50. Tomatoes, 3 pounds 59c, and Roman Bttuty Apples I5c a pound. RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET. 901 West 3rd. 3-20-6tc NEW ALUMINUM FISHING Boats. 12 and 14 foot $89.00 .and up. Russell's Curb Market. PR7-9933. 2-29-1 me NEW AND USED JEEPS ... can be seen at the G. and S. Mutu- facturing Company on West Avenue B. Telephone PR7- 6714. 3-2-tf FARM FOR SALE - Call PR7- 5902, after 6:00 p.m. 2-22-2mc 1961 FORD. 6 Cylinder, 4-door sedan, standard transmission. One owner car, in exceptional fine condition. Ready to be driven anywhere . . . $495.00. Roy Cagle, Prescott 887-2281 or 887-2457. 3-19-6tp WE HAVE FISHING BOATS, motors and trailers, .new and used. Russells Curb Market 903 West 3rd. 3-8-1 me SAVE BIGI Do your own rug , and upholstery cleaning with ' Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1, Home Furniture Co. 3-18-6tc COMPLETE LINE, HIGH QUALITY Travel Trailers, pickup campers, covers. Best buy for your money anywhere in Ark-Ia-Tex area. We Invite you to visit us and compare prices and quality. Open after 5:00 weekdays, all day Saturday and Sunday. RoadRun- ner Camper Sales, Highway 67 West at Oiks Nfctel. Phone PR7-5858. 3-21-lmc BULLS. . .(1) Brangus, (2) Bra. hmans and (3) Registered Black Angus. Phone: PR7- 3424 day, PR7-5873 night, or 777-2406. 3-22-6tc FOR LEASE at Hlllcrest and Imperial -1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100,00 up. PR7- 3M3 or PR7'5744. i-i-tr 123. House Leveling FREE ESTIMATE anywhere, Floor leveling, foundation repair, new sills, piers, bracing, uaderplflalaf, Brick, block, concrete, and carpentry. Call collect 772-7370 Texarkana, UjB.A. Golden Rule Const. 2-23-tf WIN AT South Should Be Declarer By Oswald and James Jocoby NOBTH *A93 (D) 23 • A 108 7 * A J 6 5 3 WEST EAST 4KJ10842 »AQ75 *Q 465 V1096 49643 410974 SOUTH 4>KQ5 * K 8 2 East-West vulnerable Weil North Bait Sooth 1 • Pass 1 V 14 24 Pass 3 <> Pass 3 4 Pass 3 N. T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 4 J at the same contract things won't b« so pleasant far de* dafef, A spade lead by East will set up West's spades im* mediately and North will never make more than eight tricks. He won't even make that many if he doesn't take four diamonds and three clubs right away. North might be able to make five clubs. He does this by winning the expected spade opening, cashing South's king of clubs and run* nlng off four diamonds in order to discard his last spade, then he ruffs a spade with one of South's little trumps and plays the king of hearts. West will be in but won't be able to lead a trump. This will give North a chance to. lead his last spade. East can ruff then or take his trump trick later. This club play is complicated enough so that when the hand was played in a tournament no one made more than 10 tricks at clubs. Some club declarers showed a profit because they had stopped short of game. The good scores went to the South players who got to three no-trump. The bidding in the box shows how most of them got there and is worthy of comment. North opened one diamond so as to reserve two clubs as a rebid. South's jump to three diamonds was normal enough and then North came up with the key bid. His three spade call was all-purpose. If South was thinking of a slam the bid ,would show first round spade control; if South was heading 'for game only the three spade bid would show a spade stopper. • The latter was the case and South was able to bid three no-trump on the strength of his partial spade stopper which came of full value because West was on lead. Q—The bidding has been: West North East South 1 .¥ 24 Pass 2 * Pass 34 Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AQ87 *32 4VKJ98 4Q53 What do you do? A—Bid four clubs. Thi* is a stronr Invitation to your partner to KO on to fame but it does rjhre hln a ehaaae to pass. . TODAY'S QUESTION What do you bid as dealer •with: 4AKQJ976 VAK52 «7 44 Answer Monday Late Show Sat. At Saenger Also Sunday & Monday Hope Star Star of tfope 18§5j \m Consolidated January IS, 1W9 Published etery Weekday Afternoon at the Star Building STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mfs. C, 6. Palmer, President Alex M* Washburft, See,* ffeifi. 212*14 South Walnut Stf«*t Hope, Arkansas 71601 Alex, H, Washburn Editor i Publisher Paul H, Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr, C. M, (Pod) Rogers, Jrv Circulation Manager Billy Dan Jones Mechanical Superintendent Second-class postage paid tt Hope, Arkansas Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Member of the Press Associated PSYCHOTIC think* that everyone nrontul hint i* out to get him James The Associated Press is en- Coburn titled exclusively to th* use for and you republlcation of all the local know, hc'ii right. Everyone i» out to *ct "'Ilic Prcilcient'* Analyst" news printed in this newspaper, n+fmtt*4* I»J* IrMUM^A tttn ntfl<«lt. k|r rttA P»n«!*!«••• I'* Andl^ttf" «*MMwl*.«r .. .. . M .. he knowt too much. Jamen Coliunt with Godfrey trodnrinR Joan Dplmiey The Severn Dnrden and in- STARTS TUESDAY AT SAENGER LARGE LOT • LIVABLE HOME Near Fair Park and Court Hous at 902 South Fulton. One story comfortable fram home on extra large shad landscaped corner lot • thre big bedrooms • living room dining room - kitchen com pletely furnished with practic ally new refrigerator. Ajrcon dition window unit, rugs, cur tains, Vacant now. With o without extra 50 ft. x 140 ft lot, Priced for quick sale fo $8,500.00 to settle Estate. TIRED OF BEING CRAMPED? 'our large bedrooms * 2 l /2 tiled baths . large den, dining and living rooms, built-in oven and table top stove kitchen, utiU ty room with washer-airier con nections, carpeted throughout seamless floors in baths ant kitchen, Draperies included. TWs brick home with new rooi is priced at less than one* half replacement cost, CLOSE-IN ANO COMFORTABLE i walking distance from uptown in quiet neighborhood a six year olcj lovely home, like new, for those who prefer real Uv able comfort, Combination heat and air, Wgji-in closets. Three bedrooms, two Ml paths, large paneled (Jen a living room too, pyjU4n oven, dishwasher, and disposal '< in well-plan^ kitchen, 04 peted. Poybje carport. On large lot. Shown by appointment only. Foster Realty Co. Inc. PRos jpget 7469| 80. Help Wanted Male There is litUe problem with 'the Play of today's h<md. If South becomes declarer at three no-trump he is going to have no trouble making his contract and probably will wind up with an overtrick. If North becomes declarer Polithal Candidates The Star is authorized to announce that the followingare candidates for public office subject to action of the Democratic Primary, "SPARTACUS"' The tender love story of gladiator Kirk Douglas and slave girl Jean Simmons is one of the many facets of "Spartacus," produced by Douglas and Bryna productions in Technicolor for Universal release. was beaten up last week. Western observers here expect the regime to take action against the writers and teach- prs SHORT RIBS well as all AP news dispatches. Single Copy lOc 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, 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 ....... 3.30 One Year ...... I ,. .12.00 All Other Mail Outside Arkansas One Month 1.30 Thr,ee Months 3.90 One Year 15.60 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months 6.75 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: YOUR DENTAL HEALTH Abscessed Baby Teeth Can Harm Permanent Set By WILLIAM LAWRENCE, D.D.S. " Arkansas Dailies, Ihc Popular Av., Memphis, 'Tenn., 38111; 960 Hartford Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N.Y.; 1275 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; 683 Shrivll Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. By FRANK O'NEAL For County Judge FINIS OOOM For Tax Assessor CARTER SUTTON For Sheriff & Collector JIMMIE GRIFFIN Wanted! ICE CREAM ROUTE SALESMAN TO TRAIN FM AN , ESTABLISHED ROUTE. Annual Salary $5200.00 TO $6500.00 For Prosecuting Attorney AND MOREIMPENDING " ON YOUR HUSTLE. 5 DAY WORK WEEK ~ WT^ ? vn^nvv w JPW FRINGE KNCFITS, WOULD REQUIRE YOU TO LIVE IN TEXARKANA AREA Contact! Joo MlnUr AT THE 90RDEN CO, 3123 North Stiti Unt Aw, Tfurbni, Tins BILL DENMAN, JR, For Circuit Clerk JIM COLE For Representative ARTHUR L, STRECH For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE For County Clerk MRS. PAT McCAIN For County Coroner J, T, HQNEYGUTT Used Care 3-224tc * OPINING * U**d Car Mart No. 2 810 New Boston Hud Tvxarkana, Texas ALL MAKES AND MODELS, CLEAN, LOW DOWN PAYMENT, BANK FINANCING, "Punkin" Johnston PbOM 794-7416 DEAR DR. LAWRENCE: My daughter, 2^, fell and hit her mouth on a railing, The gum over her front teeth was cut but didn't bleed much. I'd like to know if something like this could make her front teeth dark. What I'm more concerned about is if this could damage her permanent teeth. ANSWER: Teeth often become dark after such injuries but, in itself, discoloration isn't important. It's a sign that the blood vessel in the tooth has hemorrhaged and the nerve has died. This may occur immediately after the accident, or some weeks or months later. Even if not very handsome, dark teeth can be retained unless they become abscessed. Retained abscessed baby teeth can cause injury to permanent teeth. Your dentist should make this evaluation, The things to look for are looseness of the tooth and gum boils, If these develop tht tooth is probably ab* scessed and should be removed, Sometimes premature loss of injured baby teeth can be prevented by a visit to the dentist as soon after the acei< dtnt as is reasonable. Loose tefth can be splinted and bit. Ing pressure reduced; sharp fdges can be smoothed; broken teeth can be capped; lacerated gums can be sewed together; and sometimes e$> traction becomes § preven- Uvt mtasuri II retaining th$ broken tooth might cause further damage. PEAR PR. UWRENCE: What is the cause of bad breath? Mouthwash is no h.elp- My daughter is a pretty teen-ager who has regular dental we- Thf problem causes, her much unhappmess. C&uid jt fee her tonsils which were rerooye:J bij$ hjye grown 3-18-6tc A.NSWE.R: E,yen though b,§4 bjeajh, w§§ iisewssf 4 Ml some detail recently, it's so common a complaint let's review its main causes. Usual cause of BB in people who exercise reasonably goorl mouth care is not usually found in the mouth. It comes from chronic infections or conditions in areas that communicate with the mouth. In young people its common causes are infected tonsils, adenoids, sinusitis and, less commonly, stomach disorders. In older people it usually comes from excessive smoking and drinking, esophagea! diverticulum, stomach disorders, chronic lung infections, chronic upper respiratory infections, gum infections, periodontal disease, and sometimes deep-furrowed tongue. And, in general, diet plays an important role. Aromatic foods and poor eating habits can cause bad breath. (Newspaper (nttrprite Ann) Pole Claims Campaign Hot Understood WARSAW (AP) - Communist party chief Wladyslaw Gomulka toW the Polish people Tuesday night that the party's anti-Zionist campaign has been "wrongly understood," He neither blamed nor absolved. Jews for the student demonstrations and rioting sweeping through Poland since I&rch 8, Gpmulka's biggest domestic crisis since he came to power in 1956. &feJ£ing Ws first public comment on the uproar touched off by the closing of a 19th century anti-Russian play, the party first secretary deserted the Usual party line casting the Jews is the main troublemakers. Instead he focused blame on several writers and professors wbo hsye already been attacked by fee press. One, Catholic liberal writer Stefan Kisielcwski, Quotes Answer to Prtvioui Pu«l« ACROSS 1 " of the earth" 5 " and cheek" (chess) 9 "You if you will" 12 Charles Lamb's pseudonym 13 Prayer ending H LUtllfight cheer 15 Wise; aged 17 Uorn 18 Archfiend 19 Performed menial labor 21 "—— against time" 23 Choler ;>4 Marry 27 for breath" 3d Capital of Norway 32 Kitchen gadget 3-1 Engaged in u tumult 36 State formally 37 Keminine name 38"—to the land" 39 Satisfy to the full •41 Drone bee 42 Boy's nickname 44 Small aperture 46 "The doctor'* — manner" 49 Angry 53 City in the Netherlands 54 Takes care of hands and nails 58 Even (poet ) 57 1,'njts of energy 58 U.S. coin 59 1'owerful explosive 6<i Ut it stand (print, l 61 Comfort DOWN 1 Oriental coins 2 Athens 3 Register 4 Member of a Turkic horde 5 Impair 6 Chemical compounds 7 Drop of eye fluid 8 Poredom 9 Overcrowded 10 Toward the sheltered side Jl Require 30 Cotton fabric 16 Beast of burden 31 European river 26 Helving on «5ArmJ»tic», in*t«oc« 20 Drivel 22 Two-wheeled vehicles 24 Part of speech 25 KeiK-ing sword 33 Protuberances 35 Peaceful 40 Vindicate 43 Tenths of a dotlar (US.) 47 P»r»du« 48 Javelin 50 Plane »urf»c* 51 Nwmb«r (pt.j 52 IUIi«n city 55 Pf vote* *

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