Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 25, 1968 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, March 25, 1968
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" Hope Star Want Ads Are Like ATonirnunity Bulletin Board. PR7-3431 ,..•-.:'•'• ' , i , . mm . ^ * C C L •m U 15 Byf Bl havi said Number of Worts Up to 15 16 to 20 16 21 26 31 36 41 46 to 20 to 86 ; to 30 to 35 to 40 to 45 to 50 a wo coajs all t Chic open Wes "1 bees shoe well Van gam nigh A pole Chlf rett thru wltt gari Eas ton, Sun aroi sco; Lat Ii nigl St. the! bea cha Nev Wei WAN1 Afi RATES AH want Ads ire payable in gg, g6«*intt idviBee but M will be leered ' V* «.* over the telephone and iccomo* MacnifteS dtlioft aeeaunts allowed titfi the understanding the account is (Ayable when slateffiem is rendered, . One four SlJt One Day Days Davs Mo. 1.102.35 2.90 6,40 1,302,803.50 16.05 1,90 2,80 3,50 10,05 1.501,324.0011,55 1,70 3,70 4.50 13,05 1.90 4.15 5.00 14.55 2,104,605.5016.05 2.30 5.05 6.50 19,05 2,50 5.50 6,50 19,05 ^ MM Offered ******** li 76, For Sale or Trade ••*•**•••«•*««*•**»•»•»•***••, Heal Estate For Sale •*«*«*«**»**»»•»»».»•»»««»»» ^Wtt|?5!8ee, l SS5w. 7 ROOM M«J8E, 1% Ballot, NKWLY DECORATED, _3**fc 5313. ew Siftger Zig table sewing machine $88.00, ptyftiefits of $5.00 month, the Fabric Center, 107 South Main, your authofized singer Repre« sentative or the Singer Company. 221 East Broad St., Tex* afkana, Arkansas. carport, tool house, comfort* ably furnished. Would con* sider small home of 12 foot Wide * 2 of 3 bedroom trail' er. Trailer as part payment if suitable, 715 West Avenue A< Mope, Arkansas. Phone- PR7»6268 2»28*lm6 Afl, ' 90, For Sale initials of one or more letters, group of figures as houseorteie- ««.,„„„«« „ „»„.„ phone numbers count as one word, INCOME t AX - Fed & State. $5 up, "' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time - $1,25 per Inch per day 4 Times— $1.10 per inch per day 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 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 adver . M A R Block, America's Largest tax service. Dorsey Stringfetlow, consultant, invites his previous clients to H it R Block, Old Harris & Harris Medical Clinic behind Cox Drug Store. PR7-5416 9:30 a.m. -9:00 p.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 LINE, HIGH QUALITY Travel Trailers, pickup campers, covers, Best buy for your money anywhere in Ark<La-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 Oaks \fotel, Phone PR7-5858. 3-21-lmc BOLLS. . ,(i) Brangus, (2) Brahmans and (3) Registered Black Angus. Phone: PR7- fOofft house, Hardwood floofs, central heating, plenty of closet space, two baths one with wall to wall carpet. Drapes Included, fenced back yard, large walk in garage, See at once, won't stay at the price. Call PR7-S632 after g.'OO p,m, 3.2S«6tc WIN AT BRIDGE West's Signal Aids South By Oswald and James Jacoby 3-22-6tc Usements offered for publica- FOR CAI *PET AND braided rug WE HAVE FISHING BOATS, mo- .. . ™ nlA>h«l««_-t_ X^_.li. *•>> ***••«* i*., 1 i t« tion and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads cleaning, see Curtis Yates. For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. 3-18-tf tors used. 903 West 3rd. and trailers, .new and Russells Curb Market, 3-8-lmc unless errors are called to our INCOME TAX and bookkeeping 19el FOR D. 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 attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then or ONLY the One incorrect insertion. Phone Prospect 74431. 111 Ii As{ trir. the fail pos the US bes Dh 1 Job Printing PRINTING of Quality. Letterpress or Offset. Call Yukon 3-2534 collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Washington, Ark. 3-5-tf 2. Notice COMPLETE Qwmy""Flfm~De" veloping Service—Photo's and movie film .BARRYfS QUICK SAKNo. land 2. service. Those due tax refunds should file early. Clifford Franks . . . Phone PR7- 2210. l-24-3mc PAPER HANGING AND Paint- Ing. Interior-exterior, professional work. Call PR7-5408. Earl R. Schomburg. 3-15-lmp DULL? WE SHARPEN mower blades. Delaneys Grocery, 202 East 2nd. PR7-3701. 3-15-lmc HOT WEATHER JUST AHEAD. Add Airtemp conditioner now. . . Before prices go up. A-l Contractors, PR7-6614. 3-6-lmp *""""••••'•••"•••••••••••••••••^•B,, m * 71. Cosmetics NORTH (I)') A 8 0 .3 ¥ Q 7 2 • A 108 62 25 WEST EAST ; 4754 A 2 V80 VAJ10954, 4753 • K Q J 4 K 10953 4842 SOUTH * AKQJ 100 VK3 • 04 *A76 Neither vulnerable West North East South Pass IV Dble. , Pass 2* Pass 2N.T, Pass 3 N. T. Pass Pass. Pass Opening lead— V 8 Hope Sti Star 6f Hope 1893; PfeSs Consolidated January 18, Published ever? We&day WINDS may blow, but on with the show and Mary Rinowskl kept right on playing the piccolo for a Palatine, III., high school band. Jim: "You have an interesting match point hand for today's article." Oswald: "Any rubber THE WELL CHILD ® Best to Limit Child's Television Viewing Time By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. FOR ALL f YOUR CCSMETIC the 3-24-tf needs visit the new Merle Nor- cha hav I've thii ing did Jer I the the gon 5. Funeral Directors man Studio at 621 Sunset, Nashville, Arkansas. For mail orders, Phone: 845-3777 Oleta AMBlJLANCE'sERvfc E~"c*gyen" Williams. equipped. Two • way Radio, „„.." Burial association. HERNDON Funeral Home. Phone 7-4686. 3-28-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCRESTFUN- 73. Jewelers ERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. FINEST WATCH & Jewelry repair. All work guaranteed. Party napkins for all oc- 5902, imer o:uu p.m. 2-22-2mc NEW AND USED JEEPS ... can be seen at the G. and S. Manufacturing Company on West Avenue B. Telephone PR7- 6714. 3-2-tf FRESH LOAD OF CITRUS. 20 pound bag of Ruby Red Grapefruit, 20 pound bag of Texas Oranges $1.50. Tomatoes, 3 pounds 59c, and Roman Beauty Apples 15c a pound. ft RUSSELL'StCURB' MARKET; 901 West 3rd. 3-20-6tc NEW ALUMINUM FISHING Boats. 12 and 14 foot $89.00 .and up, Russeli's Curb Mar. ket. PR7-9933. 2-29-1 me 1967-"146" LARSON BOAT, 14 foot. 1967 —40 horsepower Johnson Electromatic Much has been written sistedonnadcas thfina P * ihe know of no cure. What causes it? There is no trace of it on either side of the family. How Jim: "He would score 150 points for honors and would not affected them- might be carriers of and general development (in- does it affect one? sufficient exercise). Dry M. A—This is V, Simko, a foot specialist, generative dispicp nf the -. - now warns that a child may JSbfal cord Both oi?Pni Jf have no trouble making his damage his feet by prolonged ?P ina * cord : Both Parents, al- spade game." sitting in front of the televiOswald: "Most duplicate sion'with his feet curled un- ». .• . - , m . , players would wind up at four der him. The best solution to „ ab "S, orm .?] gene> , ir H" spades also. This South player the problem is to limit the affec .ted children may also be wanted to get a top score and time your child is allowed to carriers. The disease usually h nnn ,i t 1 1....^,_•_ wa t cni but in any case you onset in childhood should see to it that he doesn't sit on his feet while at this or any other pursuit. hoped to make as many tricks at no-trump as at spades. He wasn't happy with his decision when he saw the dumrjiv deWTwoul'd''rhiake'''fbur ; ''oddHflf West held the king ,pf-.clufs and five odd if East Held thdt card. Of course, a rubber bridge player would have no •Q—My daughter was'born with arthrogryposis. She is very week. What can be done for her? A—Arthrogryposis is a contraction of the joints, espe- in with a staggering gait. As it progresses, voluntary control of the muscles of both arms and legs is Jost. There is no effective'treatment. V ' ^ ,„„„„„ -. ,. .. . . . , worry at the three no-trump - ... contract. There were nine top dally f the hands and feet ffil 8 « Permanent tricks staring him in-the wW Mon. It is usually JgjJ treatment do fen ^ ..........JL^it...... casions, personalized, printed. WE R for tua Noi bio get I fou fou J hal rio Bu sel mo Pii SQ( alt wh SUV tto •(} of Stp Bll poj cor ul 15. Used Furniture at a Pt See me before buying or selling. H. E. Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381. 3-7-tf WALKER'S NEW & USED Furniture, PR7-6233. 213 S. Main. Give highest prices for your furniture, Will sell - trade-or buy. . 3 ,-J:(L. 21, Used Cars WANTED- late model used cars and pickup trucks. See James Gaines Used Cars, 203 West 3rd. 3-24-tf 35. Truck Rentals REN*T""T"TRUck"s4ve"oveV 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 esti. mates and reservations, PR7« 5733, PERRY'S TRUCK REN' TAL, at Perry's Truck Stop, Hwy, §7 East of Hope, „.„„ ,«,,., 3 ;, l ££.,», 46, Slaughtering Stewart's Jewelry Store. 208 South Main. 3-6-tf 102. Real Estate For Sale face> present from birth and may Jim: "I suppose that your involve all the joints of the hero made five no-trump for arms and legs. The involved mn *nr icw? iwii ^oit-non a , r , eal top while the spade joints should be massaged and motor. 1967 Trailer.CallPR7- bidders made only four odd." gently straightened. In most Oswald: "That's exactly cases, however, splints, plas- what happened. East ducked ter casts or even surgery may the heart lead and South was in with the king. He proceeded to run his spades and MONTGOMERY Custom Slaughtering. Meat for your (Jeep freeze, We buy cattle and top, ftiUgbjerifig Beef or pork cut ajg wrapped, (or your deep fre*?e, QpfltacJ BARRY'S 74404- H-tf 59, « T»»« f »»*»* «lf»tf 11 f »*»*!»** bed- -fi&aft t^ws. ufl pgt P. URGE LOT - LIVABLE HOME Near Fair Park and Court House at 902 South Fulton. One story comfortable frame home on extra large shady landscaped corner lot - three big bedrooms • living room dining room -kitchen com pletely furnished with practic ally new refrigerator, Air con dltlon window unit, rugs, curtains, Vacant now, With or without extra 50 ft, x 140 ft. lot, Priced for quick sale for $8,500.00 to settle Estate, TIRED OF BEING CRAMPED? "our large bedrooms - 2 1 /? tiled baths - large den, dining and living rooms, built-in oven and table top stove kitchen, utility room with washer-drier con- nectlons, carpeted throughout, seamless floors In baths and kitchen. Draperies included, This brick hom« with new roof is priced at less than one half replacement cost, CLOSE-IN AND COMFORTABLE i walking distance from uptown In quiet neighborhood a six year old lovely hom?, like new, for those who prefer real UV' able comfort. Com'.'lnation heat a.nd air. Walk-in closets, Three bedrooms, two full baths, large paneled den aw} living room too, built-in oven, dishwasher, airi disposal all In well-planned kitchen, car, peted. Double carport. On large lot. Shown by appointment only. Foster Realty Co, Inc. 6224. >19-6tc SELL HAVOLINE" OIL, by the case or by the cans. De- laneys Grocery, 202 East 2nd. 3-15-lmc 1965 RAMBLER CLASSIC "500" Air conditioning, radio, stan- decided to believe him. East J - J ' - ' ' — believed his partner also and thought that he would play tp beat the contract in dard transmission. Phone 887 3571, after 6:30 p.m. 3-22-6tc REDUCE SAFELY, simply and fast with GoBese tablets. Only 98c. Crescent Drug. 3.25-ltc HANNAH'S Husband Hector hates hard work so he cleans the rugs with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1, Home Furniture Co. 3.25-6tc be required. In some victims, large doses of female hormones given early in the West signaled club' strength course of the disease will with his first discard. South b "ng about marked improvement. ' Q—My son, 15, has Friedrich's ataxia. The doctors hand fulfills all requirements for a forcing: two bid, TODAY'S QUESTION You bid two spades and your partner responds two no- trump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow 91. For Rent case West had been signaling that he held the ace of clubs. Therefore, he discarded two clubs, a diamond, and two hearts on the spades." Jim: "Then all South had to do was cash his ace of clubs and play the ace and another diamond." Oswald: "Exactly. East was on lead and forced to play ace and another heart, whereupon dummy made the last two tricks with the queen of hearts and 10 of diamonds." Q—My baby was born with a hemangioma across her nose. When she cries, it is much more noticeable. Is this a permanent condition? advise? A—Although most hcmon- giomas (capillary moles) disappear without treatment, there are exceptions. For this reason, authorities disagree on the best procedure. Some favor waiting three or four years to see whether the lesion will disappear. If at any time the mole seems to be getting larger, it should be treated at once. A small he- mangioma can be destroyed easily with an electric needle or the application of carbon dioxide snow. Injection with a coagulating -agent may also be used. More recently, the laser beam has been used with apparently good results. The choice of treatment would depend on the size and location of the mole and the doctor's preference, (Newspaper Interprlse Po/ffico/ Candidates The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to action of the Democratic Primary. For County Judge FINIS ODOM For Tax Assessor CARTE RSUTTON For Sheriff & Collector JIMMIE GRIFFIN For Prosecuting Attorney BILL DENMAN, JR. For Circuit Clerk JIM COLE For Representative . ARTHUR, L.STRECH ,, IT- .". 'v '.'. i'' ..'. '.'..'.'.. ' r i i ....I !i'"i '*.'.', For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE For County Clerk MRS. PAT McCAIN For County Coroner J. T. HONEYCUTT Ann.) 3-ROOM DUPLEX, $25,00 month-, ly, (2) 5-ROOM Modern Houses, Strout Realty, 620 West 3rd. 3-20-6tc REAL NICE 2 BEDROOM, new. Q-Vou, South, are dealer ly decorated home for rent, and hold: Adults preferred, Phone; PR7- *AKQJ976 VAK5? 5521, 3-2Mtc LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE SALE OF BUILDINGS Notice is hereby given that the State Highway Commission of. fers for sale March 26, 1968, at public auction to the highest bidder pursuant to Act 419 of 1953 at the SITE for removal and Please tend your questions and comments to Wayne G. Brandstadt, M.D., in fare of this paper. While Or, Brandstadt cannot answer individual letters, he will answer letters of general interest in future column*. LEGAL NOTICE What do you bid? A—"Bid Iwq 92, Houses Unfurnished WORLD ALMANAC FACTS NOTICE A 4 posal of listed property, High- In The Probate Court Of Hemp- way 4 . Highway 29, Job 140537 stead County, Arkansas, Your Section U, Arkansas 1.30.1 (20) In The Matter Of The Estate 30, Hope, Hempstead County, Ar- Of Callle Clark, deceased, No, Kansas, SHO, Last ' Bidders are encouraged to view decedent; R.F.P, HOUSE j cently paneled, throughout with hardwood floors, 1004 South Elm, Phone! PR7.2253, 94, Apartments Furnished PRospeet 7469J 3-32-4tc FURNiSHEP APARTMENT, Air conditioned, Adults only, AU modern, $50,00 a month, 5195. 95, FOR LEASE at Hillcrest anj Imperial - I and? bedroom apartments. Utilities pajd. Soine furnished. $100.00 up. 3363 or PP7-5744. Unfurnished Te^as for many years had more cgttle than people, but recently the two have been running a close race. The World Almanac reports. In {957, official estimates put the number ol Te)Sans at J0.873.0O) and their cattle at 10.757.000. Some other states, like Missouri and Wisconsin, also have about as many cattle as people. the premises prior to bidding, Tract U13; Roscoe Bowden, Route 4, Box 89, Hope, Arfcan« sas, Barn 40x48 ft, Frame and Metal Construction, Brick piers and metal roof, PERFORMANCE BONO In the amount of $lOO.OO will be re. quired, 19 per cent of purchase price payable at time pf saje, To be removed from property &y April 30,1968, Terms of sale will be read at time of, public auction. The State reserves the right to reject any and all bids, For additional information contact L. M. EJledge, Property Manager, Right of Way Division, Little Rock, Arkansas « LOcust 9>2317, Thjs SALE WILL BE HELP starting at g:OQ p,m, March 26, 1968, at the location of Improve* , 25, |968 ,, Patmos, Arkansas, pate of death: January 13, 1968, An Instrument dated March, 1961, was on the 15th day of March, 1968, admitted to pro* bate as the last win of the above named, decedent, and the under* signed has been appointed, execi}* trlx thereunder, A contest of the probate of the win can be effect* ed QiUy by filing a petition with* In the time provided by law, All persons ijaving claims against the estate must exhibit them, 4<Uy verified, to the un* dersigned. within six months from tlje date of the first publication o| this notice, or they shall be Jorever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate, This notice first published ?5th 4ay ol March, 1968, Faye Claris Powell Executrix R.F.P,'No. 1» Pat» mos, Arkansas mm §5, April i, 1968 at the Star Building ;•? STAft PUBLISHING CO. : * Mrs, C. E. Palmer, Preside* Alex H, Washbtifn, Sec. • ffeil 212*14 South Walnut Stre* Hope, Arkansas 11801 if Alex. H, Washburn ;i Editor i fcibHsher t Paul H, Jones, Managing Edltol Donal Parker, Advertising M$ C, M. (Pod) Rogers, J>, ,|| Circulation Manager' jit Billy Dan Joftesf if Mechanical Superintendent ;| Second-class postage paid ji Hope, Arkansas :i Member of the Audit Bure'i of Circulations s'l Member of the Associatl ; Press •' -•;' ' , : I The Associated Press is ei titled exclusively to th" use tS republication of all the loci news printed in this newspapelr as well as all AP news dip patches, Single Copy lOc f Subscription Rates (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and neighboring Towns — Per week . . . , Per Year, Office only . . 18j! By mail In Hempstead, vada, Lafayette, Howard, Pil|i and Clark Counties — One \bnth ... . l| Three Months ........ 2. Six Months . .......... 5 One Year ,,10 All other Mail in Arkani One Month . . . . Ii Three Months . ...... | One Year .'.; ........ 12] SHORT RIBS All Other Mail I Outside Arkansas ] One Month . $ Three Months .; ^9 One Year . . i^(j College Student Bargain Offe Nine Months ... ... .. 6|? Nat'1 Advertising 4 Representatives: * Arkansas Dailies,-.Incr/U •Popular Av., Memphis, "Tel 38111; 960 Hartford Bid Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Igan Ave., Chicago 1, 60 E. 42nd St., New York N.Y.; 1275 Penobscot Bid Detroit 2, Mich.; 683 Shr| Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. By FRANK O'NI MY FBIENP, WITCH HAZEL, SMOULP BE SHOW/MS UP ANV MINUTE NOW. MUST K SOME RDUGH WEATHER AHEAP - UANP TMlS CB«rE An»w»r to Pr»viou» Punic ACROSS 8 Shallow water 1"—- Din" channel 6 "Plain -.— from 9 Entire man (pi.) the Hills' U Homeric hero 1? Slowly (music) H Indonesian language 15 "By the 01(J Moulmein , — " 16 Dog's growl 17 Puzzle 18 Smaller 20 Ear (comb. lorrn* 21 Hairless J3 Auricle 25 Cognomen 29 Epoch 30 Pungent 32 Urge 33 Noise 34 Attempted 35 Boom in a seraglio 36 Consumes food 38 Cloth measure 39 Among 40 Feline animal 42 Hindu garment •H Mohammedan Bible 41 Hindu queen 50 Habituates 52 Corrupt 53 Grape variety 54 Joiner 55 Cubic meter 56 Staff bearer 10 Lateral part U Army transport group tab.) 13 Bowing tool 19 Covert 20 Bay windows 21 George hero 2? Operatic solo 24 Seed covering 26 Detest 28 Minced p$th 30 Preposition 31 Clergy Degree lab.) Sports fieW Kipling Hint' 5? Doom p»lm 1 Sweet cherry 2 Discourteous 3 Approached 4 Vexes •Bib. i 6 Faucet 7 Adjust

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