Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 25, 1968 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 25, 1968
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Star CUSSIFIELD frem Page Six «»»»•* «•»*»»*«*«*»*«**»*****»• January IS, 1929 . at the Star Building • SMALL APARTMENT FdR Wofklftg man , , * bills paid, No (ffiflfclng, 712 East Aw* nue AI Mrs, Hulcntos, Phones C, E, Palmer, President il« H, Washbuffl, Sec. • Tfeas, 2i2*f4 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 11801 Alex, M, Washbur'n •editor A Publisher ul H\ Jones, Managing Editor oftftl Parker, Advertising Mgt. & 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 . : Member of the Associated Press /•'•' the Associated Press is en- .titled exclusively to thi use for ^publication of all the local Jiews printed in this newspaper, fas well as all AP news dispatches. Single Copy IOC • Subscription Rates (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and | neighboring Towns — |Per week . . 35 I Per Year, Office only . . 18.20 |By mail in Hempstead, Ne- Ivada, lafayette, Howard, Pike, land Clark Counties— lone Month 1.20 | Three Months•'. 2.90 tSiX Months . . ........ 5.25 f One Year .......*........ 10.00 I, All other Mail in Arkansas f One Month . 1 1.10" | Three Months . . . . ... 3.30 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 s Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 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, ff.Y.; 1275 Penobscot Bldg., " If *'2r~ Mien;; 68rSh?iv1l Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. , Loyola of LA | Coach Resigns JBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS $ LOS ANGELES (AP) ~ John f Arndt, resigned Wednesday as Basketball coach and athletic ^director at Los Angeles Loyola. " : SHORT RIBS 4*24*ltc 94, Apartments : Furnished HUes paid, Browns Apart. merits, 723 West 3rd, Phone PR74247. THREE * ROOM FURNISHED Apartment. Call PR7-5653. 4-24*4tc 95. Apartments Unfurnished FOR LEASE at Hlllcrest and Imperial • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100,00 up Prl '-3 3 63 or PR7-5744. 4-1-tf FOR RENT, UNFURNISHED APARTMENT, three large rooms, with bath, 423 South Hervey. Phone: PR7-5856. LEGAL KQTtGi In The Chancery Court Of Hewpstead County, Arkansas. Curtis Cohway, Plaintiff, vs. Lula Mae Conway, Defendant. No, 9310, WARNING ORDER The following defendant, Lula Mae Conway, whose last known address was c*o Hazel Johnson, 2401 North Mill Street, Kansas City, Kansas, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Curtis Conway, and upon her failure to do so, said complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as clerk of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court, this 8 day of April, 1968. Jim Cole Chancery Clerk April 11, 18, 25, May 2, 1968 The 1,885-mile length of the Rio Grande River is exceeded only by the Mississippi and Missouri rivers in the United States. HOPE (ARK),STAR, Pfintedbtflffset Martbags May Stop the Jakes About What the Lady Carries in Purse By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Editor NEW YORK (AP) - The jokes about what a lady carries LEGAL NOTICE In the Chancery Court Of Hempstead County, Ark, No, 9320 Jimmy C, Brown, Plaintiff vs, Caren M, Brown, Defendant, WARNING ORDER The defendant, Caren M. Brown, last known address was: 122 San Jose Ave., Pacific, California warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Jimmy C, Brown, Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 23 day of April 1968, Jim Cole Clerk April 25, May 2, 9, 16, 1968 in her pocketbook will probably stop, People may quit pointing out that women control the pursestrings of the nation, Handbags are now also being made for men. Manbags, they are called. You may not recognize your male friends, through, If he is shy, lie may chose a style dis* guised as a camera case dangling from his shoulder, On the other hand, a bolder man may make no pretense about his two-tone, canvas shoulder- strapped, everything holder. Besides canvas, the manbags also are made of rugged elephant hide, "I was very careful not to use anything that smacked of a woman's handbag design," said Sam Smith, a gray-eyed North Carolinian who created them for the 90-year-old H. Margolin Co. The tall man in a black snug- gly-fitted Nehru suit had just test piloted a canvas and brass shoulder bag a dozen blocks down Fifth Avenue. Smith believes these are natural progression in the mens- wear revolution that started a short time ago with turtlenecks. "With suits fitting close to the body and with pockets disap» pearing, a man has to have something else for his belonging to keep from looking like he's smuggling grapefruit." European men already have accepted the handbags-for-men idea and Smith says it is only a matter of time before American men adopt it, too. Several New York specialty stores already have stocked a sizable supply as Father's Day gifts. Hyndman Reaches Quarterfinals PINEHURST, N.C. (AP)-Bill Hyndtrma, former champion from Huntingdon Valley, Pa., reached the quarter-finals of tha North and South Ama'ear tourney Wednesday by defeating Bob Ludsvig, North Miami, Fla., 4 and 2. Con Moke the First Sweep in 6 Years By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'The Montreal Canadtens tonight can becom,- the first team in eight years to sweep two straight National Hockey League playoff series. The last timo, it brought them the Stanley Cup. This timo, it will only get thorn a v/eok's rest. While the Canadians try to wrap up their semifinal set against the Black Hawks in Chicago, the Minnesota North Stars take on the Blues in St. Louis, That best-of-7 expansion series is tied 1-1. The eventual winners will rn?et for the Stanley Cup. "Wo're playing our best hockey of the season right now," said Montreal Coach Toe Blake, wIiDse club eliminated Boston in four straight games and has taken the first three from Chicago. "Superior bench strength is the big reason. And Jean Beli- ftoirsday, April 25, veau is playing his best Stanley Cup hockey for us since 1935, whoa he scored a dozen foals in 10 gamos." Beliveau, the rangy center and captain of the Canadiens, is one of four holdovers from the 1960 team thaf breezed through Chicago and Toronto in eight games for Montreal's fifth straight Stanley Cup. He has scored seven goals in the same number of games In the current playoffs. Coach Billy Reay of Ilk Hawks thinks Montreal can be bea.'en. ' "The way they are playing now, they're as good a team ,33 the Canadiens have ever had^' he said. "They have four lines and they just keep coming at you. "But they can be beaten. All you've got to do is start wifh great goaltending and then pla"y your bestfor 60 minutes." , ) If you say "yes" to the man who asks, "Do you have >a minute?" you'll wind up donating a couple hours to hjs project. , . . C'MON B\ W - GO AWAY / 102 . Real Estate For > Sale TWO LOTS FOR SALE, lots 9 and 10 Block 15. "Hills of Hope Addition." One block off Rosston Road. $1,000 for quick sale. Eugene Arnett, 300 Floyd Street, Winnsboro, Texas 75494. 4-l9-12tp RANCH FOR SALE, 480 acres, fenced, 380 cleared, 1 barn. Good quality land. Plenty water year around. 1% mi. hard surface road front. School bus and mall route. 12 miles Southwest of Magnolia, 2% miles South of Buckner. Will sell all or part. Priced to sell. R. P. King, Realtor, P.O. Box 536. Lewisville, Arkansas, phone 921-4720. 4-22-4tp Reagan Still Peoples Choice BOSTON (AP) - Little Brown & Co., 131-year-old Bos,ton ,,.bopk,, publishing firm, ,* announced today execution of a ' formal purchase agreement by which Time, Inc., will acquire the firm. The companies announced in January that Time, Inc., will issue 170,000 shares of its common stock to make the purchase. By FRANK O'NEAL OKAY. MAY FLOWERS HURRV IT UP/ let's Travel ACROSS 1 Thailand 1 6 Moslem nomad 9 Ukrainian town 12 Unoccupied J3 One who 4 Pinochle term (Pi.) 5 Exclamation I 6 Deduction 7 If dck 8 French city 9 Crustaceani 10 Encourage U ItodenU 18 African fly in'ter "vehicle! 23! 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