Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 3, 1968 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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HOPE (ARK) STAR,Printed by Offset friday, May 3,1968 F- f ^ iiwi ft* \nm*/ v i ni«) i iiiiivu MJ wiiwvi .fiWI'lfiy'^Selling.lt's Worth A Low-Cost Ad! PR7-3431. il%a?ftei>t§dafttti2^ ftT"aIl«i^r""""** 9o!^oi**Sfiie k ""*""""' rrttsrw"ssarws3s $&®\ DOCTOR'S MAILBAO , c ftA i M rkTire HOpfl Stflt f^ffiftUtt tfta (Waring 68 « Se ? vices ' a e WIN AT BRIDGE f 1 LEGAL NOTICE _ ^, i* ,... . fTre publisher reserves the iflghi to Titlse fir edit ail arfoeN tisements offered fdf publication and to f ejeet ftny objection* able advertising submitted, The Hofje Staf Will n6t be re- sits tote f 6f ef f ers 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. WANT AD RATES All Want Ads are payable in advance but ads will be accepted oVef the telephone and accomo« elation accounts allowed with the understanding the account is payable when statement is rendered. Number One Pour six CM of Words DaysDays Days Days Up to 15 1.10 2,35 2,90 8.40 16 to20 1.30 2.80 3,60 10.05 21 to25 1,50 3,25 4.0011.55 26 to 30 1,70 3.70 4,5013.05 31 to 35 1.90 4,18 5.0014,53 36 to 40 2,104.605.5016.05 41 to45 2.30 5.05 6,5017.55 46 to 50 2.50 5.50 6.5019.05 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or telephone numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DBPLAY 1 Tim* —$1.25 per Inch per day 4 Times-$l,10 per inch perday 6 Times— $.95 per inch per day STANDING CARDS 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, 1 Job Printing PRINTING of Quality. Letterpress or Offset. Call Yukon 3-2534 Collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Washington, Ark. 4-5-tf '2. Notice COMPLETE Quality Film Developing Service— Photo's and movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAK No. 1 and 2. Services Of feted FOR CARPBf AND braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates. Fof free estimates, call PR7- 4670, 4«t8-M FOR PECAN GRAFTING, all standard varieties, Call Cliff Stewart PR7-5521 or J. W. Secrest PR7*2709, 4,-3-lmp PAPER HANGING AND Painting. Interior-exterior, pro- 'fessional work, Call PK7* 5408. Earl SehomUirg. 4*16-lmc 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 STATE TAX RETURNS due May 15th, also bookkeeping service. See Dorsey Stringfeilow at the H & R Block Location. PR7-5416, 4-18-lmc DULL? WE SHARPEN mower blades, Delaney's Grocery, 202 East 2nd, PR7-3701. 4-16-lmc 80. Help Wanted Male WANT EXPERIENCED WELDER, full or part time. Call PR7-5195. 5-2-6tc , SUPER Stuff, sure nuf! That's Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Rent electric shampooef $1. Home Furniture Coi 4'29-6tc THREE BEDROOM MODERN Home, Forty acres land, pond, Improved pasture, 22,OQO ca* pacity chickens, Call PR7- 5225, 4-11-lmc NEW AND USED JEEPS. , .can be seen at the G. and S, Manufacturing Company on West Avenue B, Telephone PR7- 6714, 4-2-tf FRESH TOMATOES, 4 pounds $1,00. Large white eggs, 3 dozen $1.00, Russell's Curb Market, 902 West 3rd, PR7- 9933, 4-30-6tc 80 ACRES OF LAND. 5-room house, two barns, tractor and equipment. All fenced, two miles West of Blevins. George Tucker, Hope Route 3. 4-30-6tp BEAUTIFUL FULL BLOOD German Police Puppies. Bill Collins, West 16 th Street. PR7-4894. 5-3-6tp WE SELL HAVOLINE OIL, by the case or by the cans. Delaney's Grocery, 202 East 2nd. 4-16-lmc RIDING HORSE, gentle mare, with saddle and bridle. $200 PR7-4929. 5-2-4tp WIN AT BRIDGE Clever Play Nets OverHek By Oswald and James Jacob/ NORTH <D> 3 * AK62 ¥75 * 9863 ' 4 AK8 WEST EAST A J974 AQ83 V AQ 106 VK J9843 * Q72 * J 105 4>J6 45 SOUTH 4 105 ¥2 * AK4 4Q 10 97432 East-West vulnerable West North East South 1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 3 4 Pass 5 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 4 DOCTOR'S MAILBAO Encephalitis Symptoms Will Vary with Type By WAYNE G. 6RANDSTADT, M.D. Q—\Vhat is the cause of encephalitis? How does it start? Is it contagious? How long does it last? What is the best treatment? Are there any after effects? A—Encephalitis (brain fever 5. Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, oxgyen equipped. Two - way Radio, . Burial association. HERNDON Funeral Home. Phone 7-4686. 1 4-28-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE. Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. ..... 4-4-tf "" •••••• • mwa *** M «*M"*MBM«MMl<BM«« 15. Used Furniture LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. See me before buying or selling. H. E, Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381. 4-7-tt WALKER'S NEW & USED Furniture, PR7-6233. 213 S. Main. Give highest prices tor your furniture, Will sell - trade -or buy. 4-7-tf ^" ""•"«•••••»••»» • WM*tMM«ltw«««WB«« 21. Used Cars M*»WWI»4»Wa«VWWMMWWM,»«wM**W« <> m WANTED- Late model used cars and pickup trucks. See James Gaines Used Cars. 203 West 3rd. 48, Slaughtering RALPH MONTGOMERY Custom Slaughtering, Meet for your deep freeze, We buy cattle and hogs, 4-Uf CUSTOM Slaughtering Beef or pork cut and wrapped tor your deepfreeze, Contact BARRY'S GROCERY, 7*4404. 81. Help Wanted Female WAITRESS WANTED. Day shift. Transportation furnished if needed. Oaks Cafe. 5-2-10tc 82. Help Wanted Male or Female • «•• •>«• •••• «ta « ««• « mmfftmm «• •• «•••••• MAN OR WOMAN retired or semi-retired, full or part time. Average $2.00 per hour. Contact J. & B. Distributors, at 216 East Street, Texarkana, Arkansas or phone: 774-5292 from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. only. 5.-3-4tc 90. For Sale ONE REGISTERED BRANGUS Bull, one .Registered Angus Bull, PRI-AHIR; four registered Angus Cows, PRI-AHIR. i Eight Angus Cows. Gary Gross, CH6-5213, Arkadelphia, Arkansas. 5-2-4tc ELEVEN REGISTERED ABERDEEN Angus cattle, four cows all bred. Three heifers, four bulls. Will sell separate or whole herd together. CallPR7- 3019. 5-2-4tc 102 . Real Estate For Sale JUST LISTED - DON'T WATT 70 pretty rolling acres, barn, old house, two ever-running springs, site for large lake, natural gas, telephone, electricity, three miles east of Hope on paved highway. Less than one-third down will handle. Foster Realty Co. Inc. 512 East Third PRospect 7-4691 91. For Rent TWO-BEDROOM MODERN on two acres. West of Hope on 67, Adults only. 887-3929 Emmet. 4-30-4tp 95. Apartments Unfurnished FOR LEASE at HUlcrest and Imperial -1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100.00 upPr7-3363 or PR7-5744. 4-1-if Today's hand, an old favorite of bridge writers, looks run-of-the-mill and would be in rubber bridge. But when Helen White played it in the 1935 National Women's Pair tourney, she made an important overtrick at her five club contract. That overtrick would only be 20 points in rubber bridge but it gave her a top score in match point play. We aren't going into the merit or lack of merit of the bidding. In spite of vulnerability East might have ventured a heart overcall and it is doubtful if many North players opened with one diamond, but the diamond opening and the lack of an overcall set the stage for Miss White's play. She played the deuce of spades from dummy. This risked nothing unless the defense could get in a surprise ruff. Helen started with two losers. She was taking one quickly and leaving the other for later—or was she? Anyway East was in with the queen of spades and promptly returned the jack of diamonds. Helen took the ace, cashed dummy's ace and king of clubs and her own king of diamonds, discarded her four of diamonds on one of dummy's high spades, ruffed a diamond, entered dummy with the eight of trumps and discarded her heart loser on dummy's last diamond. We doubt if many readers have recognized the name Helen White and it won't mean anything more if we tell you that she is now Helen Smith However you will undoubtedly remember her if we tell you that shortly after 1935 she became Helen Sobel, who is still recognized as the greatest woman bridge player of all time. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) 107. Restaurants Q—The bidding has been: West North East South 1 A Dble ? You, South, hold: AA8764 VA10532 +54 *3 What do you do? A—Redouble. You are too strong to crowd the bidding by an immediate jump to four spades. TODAY'S QUESTION You redouble. West bids two clubs and your partner bids two spades. East passes. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow 68. Services Offered 107. Restaurants CATFISH PLATES. All you can eat for $2.00. Kidd's Cafe at Bois d' Arc Lake. 4-3-1 me Ant colonies and their queens have been known to survive as long as 15 years, according to the Encyclopae- dia Britannica. 6. Insurance WHY WORRY? If you need or have questions about these types of insurance: Life, Hospitalization Medicare Supplement Group Or Pension Get in touch with the folks who know what it's all abut. Call Duffle D. Booth in Hope at: Anderson-Frazier Agency . PR7-3481 or after hours at his home PR7-2682 INSURE TO BE SURE 4-18-tf PLAZA Restaurant Specializing in Mexican Dinners, Fresh Water Catfish and delicious steaks. Will now be open one hour later due to recent time change. NEW HOURS: will be 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. COME IN AND ENJOY A DELICIOUS MEAL. Highway 67 East Hope, Ark. 5-l-4tc 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 68. Services Offered' CLEAN OUT YOUR CLOSETS! Let us clean, place in moth proof bags, insure and store for summer at no additional costs other than regular cleaning and pressing charges. National Laundry & Cleaners 406 S. Walnut Street CALL: PR7-2764 FOR PICKUP 5-l-3tc 90. For Sale YOU CAN AFFORD IT! 21. Used Cars GOOD SELECTION 63, Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, Sales & Service, call PR7« 9313, New Singer Zig Zag por, table Sewjag machine $88,00, payments o| $5,00 month, The Fabric center, 107 South Main, your authorized Singer Repre* sentative or the Singer Com* pany, 381 East Proad street, Arkansas, 4-29-tf FttiEST WATCH 4 Jewelry ye. Mir. AU work guaranteed. Party napkins fcr all QC- re. Ii4* Stewart's Jewelry Wato. USED CARS 1966 Electra 325 Buick, Power steering and brakes, air conditioned, one owner 27,000 miles , , . ,,,,. 1966 LeSabre 4<door Sedan power and air conditioned. One owner, 37,000 miles, Cleanest in Town ,,, 1965 Pontiac Catalina 3-door, Hard top. Power and air conditioned. One owner , ,,,, 1965 Ford Galaxie 500, power and air conditioned. One owner, Red & White 1966 Tempest Pontiac 4«loor, V8 motor, stick shift. One owner car. Clean car , 1963 Buick LeSabre 4-4oor sedan, power and air conditioned. One owner , . , .,,,,.... JAMES MOTOR CO. 304 E, 3rd PR7-4400 5-2-2tc Homes SAVIS YOU MONEY EVERY STEP OF THE WAY! THE ALLEGHANY 26' t 48' with —ir i * U . I „ " 100'( OF OTHER PLANS OR USE « 18' "L", 4' x 14' porch and 20' x 22' garage We deliver anywhere, do the heavy erection, completely enclose your homo, and furnish complete finishing materials for inside and out at a firm Price. You can do the simple finishing work yourself, OR you can subcontract for completion and still save! Either way you save a lot of money with a quality Capp-Home! Capp Home financing covers EVERY THING we du and furnish -including complete HEATING. PLUMBING, KITCHEN CABINETS and ELECTRICAL pack- Your Capp-Homc Man is JIM SEYLLER 2900 HIGHLAND DRIVE LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 7220G PHONE (501) FH4-8444 FREEI Architectural plans ^re included with your (Jdpp-Home SIMPLE INTEREST FINANCINC-the lowest rale in the building industry. r MAJITHIS COUPON TODAY I TO CAPP HOMES OIPT ARK. H 4721 East 14th.Street, Des Moines, .. , .„ _ i I 50313 AOOIttSS TOWN Oil SFO . . sr*Ti -.... IIP , I own > lot . I don't own • lot 6ut I could a«i on«. •— Picjve send rue nio;e tndjfrMiiun or sleeping sickness) is the name applied to a dozen or more virus diseases. The symptoms vary with the type but in general include headache, fever, loss of appetite, double vision and lethargy. As the disease progresses there may be dizziness, weakness, mental confusion, convulsions and coma. Since most types are transmitted by mosquitoes or ticks that have previously bitten a victim, the disease is not directly contagious. Recovery begins in about a week. Since there is no specific cure the treatment is aimed at alleviating the symptoms. Some types can be prevented by a specific vaccine. Aftereffects may occur but they are not the rule. They include paralysis of various muscle groups, mental deterioration, behavior disturbances in children and shaking palsy. Q—Can one get encephalitis more than once? A—An attack of one type of encephalitis would confer immunity against that specific type but not against other types. Q—What are the symptoms and treatment of the diabetes without any sugar in the urine? A—The cause of this disease, diabetes insipidus, is an insufficient production of the antidiuretic hormone by the pituitary. As a result, the victim drinks large quantities of fluid and passes a large amount of urine. In several recent studies a variety of drugs have been found to benefit persons with this disease. These include posterior pituitary extract, ethacrynic acid, vasopressin, chlorpropa- rnide, aldactone, chlorothia- zide and furosemide. All are prescription drugs. Q—When one is allergic to penicillin, what can be taken instead? A—Processes to refine penicillin and get a purer product that is free from allergens are constantly being studied. -At present, benzyl penicillin is said to be tolerated by some persons who are allergic to other penicillin preparations. It should not, however be used without preliminary testing on anyone who is sensitive to penicillin. Other antibiotics frequently used on such persons include erythromycin and cephalothin. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals addressed to the City of Hope, in care of G. G. Medders, City Manager, will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City of Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas, until 2:00 p.m. on the 14th day of May, 1968, for furnishing the following described equipment: 3 each 1968 Two (2) ton Trucks Standard Cab and Chassis with the following: G.V.W. not less than 20,000 Ibs.; Engine not less than 304 Cubic Inches; Four Speed Transmission with heavy duty radiator; Front Axle not less than 6,000 Ibs.; Two speed rear axle not less than 15,000 Ibs.; Heavy duty clutch not less than 13 inches; Heavy duty front springs; Rear springs not less than 11,000 Ibs., with leaf type auxiliary; Heavy duty brakes, front shoes not less than 15x3" and rear shoes not less than 15 x 5" with heavy duty vaccum booster, not less than 12" diaphram; Two speed electric windshield wipers; Heater and defroster; Full power Steering; Front and rear direc- tioanl signal lights, self canceling 12 volt Alternator not less than 42 arnps.; 750x20 10 plv tube type regular tread tires on front; 825x20 10 ply tube type on and off highway tread duel tires on rear; 1 Spare wheel; Color—Black; Not less than 84" from cab to axle. Bidders are asked to submit an alternate bid for Diesel Pow. ered Units to the above specifications. All bids received at the above stated time and date will be publicly opened and read. Any bid received after the above time will be returned unopened. The City of Hope reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive all formalities, and to award the bid deemed most advantageous to the city. City of Hope, Arkansas G. G. Medders City Manager LEGAL NOTICE WA.UNING ORDER in the matter of the petition of the Arkansas State Highway Commission for changes to Bois D'Arc Laka-Sprtnghill Road, Route 355. State o.f Arkansas, County of Hemps tead. The following namort persons: Thomas Moses, Wafo White, Marvin Fincher, Bobbie Chance, Alma Foster, Willie Allen, Ray* moid Powell, A. G. Fuller, William Reynolds, and Bryan Monroe, are hereby warned to appear in the County Court of Homp. stead County, Arkansas, within thirty duys and answer the petitioner's complaint. Dated this 17th day of April, 1968. Mrs. Pat McCain County Clerk Hempstead County April 19, 26, May 3, 10 Politico! 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 CARTER SUTTON For Sheriff & Collector JIMMIE GRIFFIN For Prosecuting Attorney BILL DENMAN, JR. For Circuit Clerk JIM COLE For Representative ARTHUR L. STRECH TALBOT FEILD, JR. For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE For County Clerk MRS. PAT McCAlN For County Coroner J. T. HONEYCUTT Unknown Origin The Old Stone Tower at Newport, R.I., is of unknown origin. The two-story circular structure of native stone has been variously identified as a church, a beacon and a mill. SHORT RIBS Star of Hope Consolidated 1899; Press January 18, 192*7 1929 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 Bureali of Circulations Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to thi use for republication of all the loc^il 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 — i Per week B5 Per Year, Office only . . 18.^0 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, Pilie, and Clark Counties — : One Month 1.20 Three Months 2.50 Six Months 5.?5 One Year 10.00 All other Mail in Arkansas One Month 1;10 Three Months 3.^0 One Year 12JOO 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: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 Popular Av., Memphis, Tenn., 38111; 960 Hartford Erfdg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 -^'"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 ARg YOU KlDPING ? A RUMOR PlAVINS HASP TO Nuns and Monks Answer to Previous Puzzle ._.. May 3, 1967 ACUOSS 1 Mother fi Nun's title 12 Avifauna l.'l Autacuid 14 French river 15 Certain nuts Ifi Kronen desserts 17 Looks with satisfaction IB (inido's note 19 Kvery one 20 Celtic country •a Monk 27 Malayan gibbon 2J) Kamily member (coll ) 29 Norwegian arctic explorer 31 Taxable unit .14 Music, as written .15 Constellation .'W Monastic dignitary 41 Lengthy 4.') Colloquial appellation 44 I'oetic composition 45 Given into the possession 48 Arabian seaport 4S Thoroughfares fil Abbatial 52 Merciful .VI Merchant yuild 54 Hear Witness to .15 Assumed name DOWN 1 More intimate 2 Source of wisdom :i Illusive 4 Transgressions :> Compass point 0 Sinner's pn/.iil moment 'i Feminine 8 Struck with hand 9 l.ymphoul tissues 10 Finale It Legal matter 13 Kxclamation (var.) 17 Form of aircraft 19 Old World li/ard 21 Sail yard (Scot ) 22 Sea eagle (var. i 24 International language 25 Not wearing shoes 26 Prince of darkness 30 Seize .11 Sick 32 New (comb form) 33 Nunnery 37 liox with a lid 38 Italian printer (1740 1813) 3'J Black Sea harbor 40 Verb forms 42 Aladdin's helper 46 Woos 47 Portable shelter 4H Russian lake 49 Wmglike part f>0 Soldier of old 51 Oriental tea (N«wipop«f Cnltrpriit Ann t

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