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Hope, Arkansas
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HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed ft Offset Monday, April 8,1968 If You Don't Need It... Sell It Through The Classified Ads. PR7-3431 Hope Star 60, dreenhouses • WANT AO RATES »»«»««»« K. ;AI1 Want Adi are payable ih [advance but ad wilt be accepted ;6?er the telephone" afld aecofflo* •»«»**»•*..«*« '.datioft ft&onnte allowed with VEGETABLE ; the understanding ihe account PLANTS, in :>i§ payable when statement is >****«**»»*•* *»**«»»»*»**«««*•*«»»»•*»»»*. *»***«*****«...j AND FLOWER 80, Help Wanted Male [of WdftiS •|ttp to IS !l6 (5 20 one Four six One fray Days Days Mo. 1.102.35 2.96 8.40 116 121 26 31 36 41 46 20 25 36 3§ 40 45 50 rt^nHa * ilJ? U i, P GAs AND DIESEL MECHANICS, Good assortment of new 3 to 5 years experience, good wages and benefits, outstanding opportunity for those who qualify, Call 542*6298, of mall letter of application to P, 0, Box 250 Foreman, pots varieties, , , now ready. Also Crape Myrtles. Wrights Greenhouses, Rocky Mound 1,90 4.1S 5.00 14.55 2.104.605.5016.05 .„..„. 2.30 5.05 6.50 19.05 _ m p 2.50 5.50 6.50 19.05 SI 2 GE ? Machines 82. Help Wanted Male or Female 90, For Sale NEW AND USED JE*EPS*fr"an be seen at the G. and s. Manufacturing Company on West Avenue B. Telephone PR7- 6714. 3-2-tf POTTERY, BIRD BATHS $4.50. Churns, bird houses, flower pots, pictures, cuspidoors, wash pots. Russell's Curb Market, 903 West 3rd. SEWING 68. Services Offered 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 day 4 Times -$1.10 per inch perday 6 Times- $.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 responsible for errors in Hbnt Ads COMPLETE unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then or ONLY the One incorrect insertion. Phone Prospect 7-3431.' Sales & Service, call PR7. 5313, The Fabric Center, 107 South Main, your authorized Singer Representative or the Singer Company, 221 East Broad St., Texarkana, Arkansas. 3-22-tf Do.Nut Chef, or PR7-4990. Call PR7-2648 4«5-4tc 90. For Sale INCOME TAX - Fed. & State. $5 up. H & 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 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 3-12-tf JUST RECEIVED A LOAD of pickup covers and campers, covers with dome light, clear- ence lights, large windows, roof vents, glass door, from $169. Campers with ice box stove, sink, from $619. You can't beat our prices or quality. We're in business to sell. RoadRunner Camper Sales, at Oak's Motel. Call PR7-5858. 4-5-4tc 5-ROOM HOUSE, 1404 West Avenue B, and 6% acres 6 miles out on Highway 19. Write Marie Hart, 419 Mississippi Street, Ruston, La. 71270 4-8-6 tp MILK AT FARM , , , 60 cents a gallon. Howard Milam. Call PR7-3989. 4-8-4tc 5-RCOM HOUSE, Highway 29 South of town. Broiler house, 15,000 capacity, with automatic feeders, with approximately 5 acres of land, Call PR7-3672 after 12:00 noon. Sleetle Monroe. 4-8-6tc 91. For Rent Star of Hope Consolidated 1899; Press January 18, 192T 1929 KEEPING COOL in ice-packed mooring at Vladivostock, submarines of the Soviet navy are well-guarded. Shape of their hulls indicates two vessels at right are probably driven by small nuclear reactors. Published every Weekday Afternoon at the Star Building STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex H. Washburn, Sec. - Treas. 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 71801 Alex. H. Washburn Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. C. M. (Pod) Rogers, Jr. Circulation Manager Billy Dan Jones Mechanical Superintendent Second-class postage paid at Hope, Arkansas Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations WIN AT BRIDGE Modern Bids Are Alarming? By Oswald and James Jacoby 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 AND braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates. For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. 3-18-tf E wH R PAPER HANGING AND Painting. Interior-exterior, professional work. Call PR7-5408. Earl R. Schomburg. 3-15-1 mp EASTER SPECIAL on permanents at Earlene's Beauty Salon. For appointment Call PR7-6631. 3-26-12tc INCOME' TAX and bookkeeping service. Those due tax refunds should file early. Clif: ford- Franks . . -.Phone PR7- 2210. l-34-3mc DULL? WE SHARPEN' mower blades. Delaneys Grocery, 202 East 2nd. PR7-3701. equipped. Two - way Radio, 3-15-1 me Burial association. HERNDON WRITE TODAY! Learn how you 4-ROOM HOUSE ON South Fulton. Call PR7-2094. 4-4-4tp 5-ROOM MODERN HOME, $50.00, 3-room duplex, $20.00* monthly. Strout Realty, 620 West 3rd. SALE - Call PR7- 4-6-4tp 1 Job Printing PRINTING of Quality. Letterpress or Offset. Call Yukon 3-2534 collect. PRINTING COMPANY, Washington, Ark. .....„.„ . 3 : 5 - tf . 2. Notice c OMPLETE" "quality TihJT De" veloping Service—Photo's and movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAK No. 1 arc! 2. 3-24-tf I WILL NOT BE responsible for any debts made by anyone other than, myself/ Don:Steveflsori. 4-5-6tc 5. Funeral Directors 5-ROOM HOUSE with bath, at- tick insulated, wall board and celotax. Contact Loy Rodgers at Rodgers and Son Store, McCaskill, Arkansas. Phone 8742651. 4-4-6tp FARM FOR 5902, after 6:00 p.m. 2-22-2mc f f^A^PT F* TPT* 1 T TMTI* UTfU 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 Motel. Phone PR7-5858. 3-21-lmc TREAT RUGS right, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer $1. Home Furniture Co. 4-8-6tc WE HAVE FISHING BO\TS, motors and trailers, .new and used. Russells Curb Market, 903 West 3rd. 3-8-lmc WE SELL HAVOLINE OIL, by the case or by the cans. De- laneys Grocery, 202 East 2nd. 95. Apartments Unfurnished FOR LEASE at Hillcrest and Imperial -1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100.00 up. PR7- 3363 or PR7-5744. 3-1-tf 102. Real Estate For Sale IN WESTWOOD ADDITION. 4 Large bedrooms, 3 full baths. All electric kitchen. Antique Birch paneled den with quarry tile floors. Wood burning fireplace. Central heating and air. 2,400 square feet of living area. Priced below replacement cost. Shown by appointment only. Call PR7-5190. 4-8-6tc 107. Restaurants NORTH A AK94 VQ86 • A982 + 42 WEST A QJ75 V A 10 7 3 • 63 *A73 EAST A 1062 • 54 + K10965 SOUTH (D) A&3 VKJ2 + KQJ107 + QJ8 North-South Vulnerable West North East South 1 • Dble Rdble 2 * Pass Pass 2 A Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— Jft 3 THE WELL CHILD® Defective Hearing Hard to Detect in Child By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. not The benefits that a child Member of the Press Associated Many a child who does poorly in school is thought to w»H derive from canng for a be mentally retarded or of !i ve _ d °g_? r , cat far outweigh low intelligence when the cause of the trouble is not in the brain but is poor vision the remote hazard of His tching a disease from the The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to th- 1 use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Single Copy lOc Subscription Elates (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and neighboring Towns — Per week Per Year, Office only . . By mail in Hempstead, or hearing. Testing for these Q—My daughter, 3, loves to V ada, Lafayette, Howard, defects, however, should tear up newspapers and put anr j ciark Counties never be deferred until the the scraps in her mouth, one Month .35 18.20 Ne- Pike, 1.20 child has started school. Last Would the print on the papers Three Montns 2i90 week I briefly discussed a harm her? <r*° llld she choke Six Months 5.25 common visual defect. Defect- on the P a P er - Qn e Year 10.00 ive hearing is even harder to A—An infant will put any- ^n other Mail in Arkansas *,._- ._ , t hat she her way Thrfie ^^ 3j30 One Year 12.00 will detect than"poor"Vision"but thln S in her mouth new techniques are making it can . reach - Thls 1S All Other Mail 1 A~ 11 c*LttJiLIWJj iis i^tjjti ic.il t. iit;tT j- an electroencephalogram as paper j s m a d e from wood Outside Arkansas sounds are delivered to each pulp and tne ink from lamp One Month 1.30 of the child's ears separately black with a solvent that has Three Months 3.90 Oswald: "I suppose that I have reached the age where it is time to start viewing through ear phones. evaporated before your A m o t h e r should suspect daughter gets around to chew- that her child does not hear ing it. So the paper is not apt some modern bidding tenden" normally if he fails to say rec- to make her sick, cies with alarm." ognizable words by the age of she would be no more likely Jim: "If you are going to 18 months; if he is not startled to choke on the paper than on blame the younger generation by a sudden loud noise; if he anything else she puts in her for bids such as West's weak cannot be soothed by hearing mouth take-out double of one dia- his mother's voice without (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) mond, you are getting old. seeing her; or if ho prefers to Didn't people make weak play quietly by himself. Please send your questions and take-OUt doubles 30 years As soon as there Is the comment* to Wayne G. Brondstodt, ag o ? M «« v «u A-AI slightest suspicion of defective Jf' 0 -." 1 .71°' thlst P°P er - m '! e Oswald: ''Yes, they did he | ring you £ child should be Or Brandstadt cannot answer .nd,- And I've made my share. But examined by a physician and yl ? ual ''"'."; hel *'". °" 5wer , tetteri in general my Weak take-OUt \( v,; c h 0 ^\ na j e fmmrl tn of general interest in future columns. doubles had more distribution Funeral Home. Phone 7-4686. 3-28-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. 15. Used Furniture LU"cK"s"uSEb""FURNl"fuREc"6" 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?;?... 21, Used Cars WANTED- Late model usecTcars and pickup trucks. See James Gaines Used Cars. 203 West 3rd. 3-24-tf 35, Truck Rentals can Write earn with AVON. Manager, P. 944, Texarkana, Texas 75501. 4-5-4tc ILLNESS AT HOME? Convalescent needs for home care can be bought or rented at your Village Rexall Pharmacy, Ex, amplest wheelchairs, walkers, and crutches. 3-29-lmc FOR PECAN GRAFTING, all standard varieties. Cail Cliff Stewart PR7-5521 or J. W. Secrest PR7-2709. 4-3-lmp 73. Jewelers •15-lmc _ to back them up than West's 000 BTU, condition. 3188. HALF . $150.00 CallPR7 4-5-4tc LOCATED 214 South 3 Bedrooms, carpet, MY HOME Spruce. Venetian blinds, washer connections. A real bargain. Call PR7-3143. Cecil Weaver. 4-5-4tc 1V 2 ACRES OF LAND, with store in good location. Store has snack bar. .. plus almost new Scottsman Ice Maker. Good Buy! Contact Mrs. Jesse Pierce at 533-4587 in Falcon, Arkansas. FINEST WATCH & Jewelry re- d ,, Rt pair. All work guaranteed. tp Party napkins for all occasions, personalized, printed, 90. For Sale Stewart's Jewelry Store. 208 South Main. 3-6-tf 68, Services Offered RENT - A • TRUCK save over 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 and reservations. PR7- 5733, PERRY'S TRUCK RENTAL, at Perry's Truck Stop, Hwy. 67 East of Hope. 48, Slaughtering Slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. CUSTOM Slaughtering Beef or pork cut an) wrapped for your deepfreeze. Coatact BARRY'S GROCERY, 7-4404. 3-i-tf 59, TREE ROSES, Fruit trees, diug plants aaisl)ut>bei-y. Rose bustes, simile trees and pot pteuis. RVMMI PR7-3543, E. H. UYEKS, 348-lmc Termites CALL ALLIED For Free Inspection A. D, MIDDLE BROOKS, JR. PHONE PR7-3467 All Work Guaranteed Insured Contract With Allied Low Cost Protection 3»27-2mc 70, Beauty Service SALE - DISCONTINUED -COLORS SUPER KEMTONE KEM-GLO Regular Price $7.69 to $10.69 GALLONS $4.00 QUARTS $1.00 MANY OTHERS GALLONS $9,00 QUARTS THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS GO. 123 S. ELM PR7-5151 4-8-ltc CATFISH PLATES. All you can eat for $2.00. Kidd's Cafe at Bois d' Arc Lake. 4-3-1 me Political Candidates The Star is authorized to an- noun.ce that the following are candidates for public office subject to action of the Democratic Primary. For County Judge FINIS ODOM For Tax Assessor CARTER BUTTON For Sheriff & Collector JIMMIE GRIFFIN For Prosecuting Attorney BILLDENMAN, 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. HONEYCUTT IT FIGURES BOULDtR, Colo. (AP) Frustration footnote: When Nebraska-lost to Colorado 75-J3 recently in Big flight basketball, it was the Huskers' 15th consecutive defeat in the Colorado fieldhouse. 4-4-3-2." Jim: "This weak one really worked in unexpected fashion. If West had passed, South would have become declarer at three no-trump without any opposition. West would probably have opened his fourth best heart or spade and South would have had time to set up two heart tricks and make his three no-trump. However, the double and North's redouble gave East an opportunity to bid two clubs. Pie could have been doubled and set two tricks, but no one had a double and South arrived at the same three no-trump." Oswald: "West opened the three of clubs, and if East had blindly played third hand high we would have had no column. The club suit would never come in, and South would make four no-trump. But East played his nine spot. South won with the queen to try to give the impression that he held king-queen-small instead of queen-jack-small. Then he led his deuce of hearts." Jim: "The play might have worked, but West studied awhile and saw that South would almost surely run off desia, she saiil nine tricks if he could get in his hearing is found to be subnormal he should be placed under expert care. The earlier corrective measures are started the better the results will be. SHORT RIBS One Year 15.60 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months 6.75 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 Popular Ay., Memphis, Term., 38111; 900 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 2. Notice WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THAT NOTICE Has Joined Her Staff BE THE PRETTIEST GAL IN THE EASTER PARADE. For Appointment Call: PR7-3277 MARTHA- SUE- LINDA Martha llfton'i Beauty Satan 313 S, Spruce 4 . 3 . atc This is the time of year when you are thinking of putting your winter clothes away. Make sure that there are no spots or stains in themtoreaUysetin, or attract moths during the summer. Lftha Cleaners will be glad to spot clean, and mothproof them for you, or store them In their insured storage vault. They will be cleaned and spotted now and then pressed when you call for them next fall. Go by LAN A CLEANERS 604 S. Ham Call: PR7-2641 Hope, Ark. for Pickup & Deiim 4-8-4te club, and East's club suit completed the job of beating the contract." Oswald: "Nothing too brilliant, but as workmanlike an operation as possible." (Newspaper Enterprise Assn ) 8 Q—You, South, arc dealer and hold: AKQJ9765 V432 • 10 *8 6 What do you bid against vulnerable opponents? You are not vulnerable. A—Three spades. This is a preemptive bid designed to make it hard for your opponents to got into the bidding. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid Ihri-e spades. West bid,s four clubs, your partner four spades, ami Kast five flub;;. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow ANONYMITY 01 !T in NVI R (Ap) Off.cials m I he American Basketball Association wore red jerseys will) their last fumes lettered across the b.uk in the new pro league's fir\l season in I ( J(>7C,X 0—Can a child catch any of worms frorn playing dogs or cats? A—Although the belief that pets spread intestinal worms to people is common, there is no evidence that they do and much evidence that they do NKOMO ISOLATION CLAIM KI) BULAWAYO, Rhodesia (AP) Black nationalist leader Joshua Nkomo and four of his assistants have been isolated frorn other detainees in a separate camp, Mis wife said. "My husband and the four men are apparently regarded as most dangerous restrictees," said Mrs Johanna Nkomo. Nkomo was restricted by Rhodesia's ruling whites in l%4 Mrs Nkomo said she has not been allowed to see her husband since October 1066 and receives no acknowledgement of her requests to visit him. Nkorno and his aides are now in the remote Gonakud/ingua Restriction Center in southeast Rho- ALMANAC FACTS I/M GETTWS NOWHERE WITH LAP)'AW?XMAV 1'LU SCMETHIMG DIFFERENT, 'Don Marquis" Hobert Hendiley (18891945) American humorist, wrote numerous books, including "From Bed to VVw.sc" and "My Tt'ti Yi-ars in a Quandary" and acted in soini- 50 films and -16 "shorts" for which he was p i- r It a p s most widely known, notes The World Almanac AIIIOIIJ^ his best film shorts were "An Kvc>- iiing Alone," "Haising a Baby" and "How to Sleep." wlrch won an Academy Award in 1M5. ''<n>yi«i't >l>uiier Km i-rj'i lev Asau. ACROSS 1 ''Kroddy, the 4 "Mohitubcl, the 7 " , ttio cockroach" 12 Alligator pear 14 Florida food fish 15 h'rontal Hi Seed of the oak tree 17 Threaded machine part 1!) Waste allowance 22 An^er Z'l Noist 1 'Jit Km;.; '. I.alin) 27 Skin alTlictiim li'J Chromosome factor :><) Chaldean city iliih I 'II Oklahoma nt> .'(2 Worshiper :M Medical personaHL- 3C Small cask .'17 Selenium I SNlllboll .'!8 Mei nmeni 3!) Woody perennial •II Cn-i'k letter •1^ Shade tree 4'l Insect •14 Hound •If, Hival 4'J Near to center f>l Swerve TiTi Observer W Mysteries 57 Arboreal IIOMPS Id Color r>'J Xoo primate. IJOWN 1 Male sheep 2 Kail! :i Small child •I Sleeveless garment 5 Mine entrance 6 Alarm bell 7 Cognizant B Watercourse a Clam 10 Biblical mountain 11 At a distance 13 Trice 18 Produce I'J March wearily 20 Rewind 21 Out of (prefix) 24 In existence 12 words I 25 Sea nymph 27 Stir 211 Letter of defiance 2<J Sailor i slant") .'II Consumed food :i3 Payable- Answer to Previous Puzzle __Eiaa offleasn «»&& laBinRi eirapa KuanrjiHMH [^sisiay £i Q 35 Uonding material (pi ) 40 I'eruser 41 .'! 1416 43 Small washers 44 Spruce 46 Kncounter 47 Ribbon (comb, form) 48 Latin po«t 49 Hostelry 50 Not otherwise enumerated (ab ) 52 Canulenut tree 53 Faucet 54 Mariner's direction

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