Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 6, 1968 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1968
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HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed by Offset Monday, May 6,19$ Exchange Those Things In Your Attic For Money In Your Pocket. : ' • WAHf AD All Waitt Ads are payable in advance but ads will be accepted ,wsf tfte telephone and aeeomo* datiort accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payable when statement is rendered, Number One Four Six Ov? of Wo?d§ DaysDays Days Days Up to 16 UOM5 2,508,40 16 to SO 1,302,803,3010,05 21 to25 1,50 3,25 4.0011.S5 26 to 30 1.70 3,70 4.5013,05 31 to35 1,90 4,15 5,0014,55 36 to40 2.10 4.60 5,5016,05 41 to45 2.30 5,05 6,5017,55 46 to 50 2,50 5,50 B.BO 19,05 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures ashouseortele» phone numbers count as one Word, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Timo —$1,25 per inch per day 4 Times—$1,10 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, 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 unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then or ONLY the One incorrect insertion. Phone Prospect 7-3431. 1 Job Printing PRINTING of Quality. Letterpress or Offset. Call Yukon 3-2534 collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Washington, Ark. 4-5-tf "••••••'^•••••MMMMMMMMMWBMMMMMM^**' 2. Notice Services Offered 90, For Sale FOR CARPEf AND braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates, For free estimates, call PR7* 4670, PAPER HANGING AND Paint* ing. lnterior»exterior, pro» 'fessional work, Call PR7- 5408, Earl Schdmburg. 4*164mc 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 Strlngfellow 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 ALUMINUM WELDING, BLACKSMITHING. Craig's Welding Shop, Fulton Arkansas day or night, Phone: 896-2270. 5-6-lmp 80. Help Wanted Male ONE REGISTERED BRANGUS Bull, one Registered Angus Bull, PRUAHIR; four register* ed Angus Cows, PRt*AHiR, Eight Angus Cows, Gary Gross, CH6*5213, Arkadel* phia, Arkansas. TO INTRODUCE BUSINESS Service in Hope area, full or part WE SELL time. Specialty or intangible experience helpful. $150week- ly guarantee to men meeting our requirements. Leads furnished. Phone: J. B. Melendrez, Howard Johnson's, Texarkana, Arkansas, 773-3161, Monday through Wednesday, 8 to noon and 7 to 9 p.m. 5-6-3tc THREE BEDROOM MODERN Home, Forty acres land, pond, improved pasture. 22,000 ca* pacity chickens. Call PR7- 5225, 441-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, r,-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. 5-3-6 tp HAVOLENE OIL, by the case or by the cans. Delaney's Grocery, 202 East 2nd. 4-16-lmc PALOMINO SADDLE HORSE, seven years old. W. I. Stroud, Washington Arkansas. 5-4-4 tp 95, Apartments Unfurnished FOR LEASE at Hlllcrest and tm* perial * 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, Utilities paid. Some furnished. $100,00 up Pr7-3363 or PR7-5744, 4-Uf 102, Peal Estate For Sale FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3-Bedroom brick in Southland Heights, two baths, large den, double carport, wall to wall carpets, central heating and cooling. BullWns, including dishwasher, and garbage disposal. On large corner lot with fenced back yard and 10 x!2 store room. Buy owners equity and assume ff/ 2 per cent F.H.A. Loan. Immediate occupancy can be arranged. Phone: PR7-2403 for appointment. 5-6-6tc WIN AT BRIDGE Good Reasoning At Its Worst By Oswald and James Jacoby COMPLETE Quality Film De 81. Help Wanted Female WAITRESS WANTED. Day shift. Transportation furnished if needed. Oaks Cafe. 5-2-10tc 8x24 HOUSE BOAT, to make room for larger one. Boat is equipped for living and in good condition. Ideal two family partnership. Will finance if necessary. B. L. Rettig, Phone: 777-3866, Hope, Arkansas. 5-6-tf Mrs. M. L. Nelson's HOME in WEST NORTH A9 V43 . • K932 *AKQJ72 EAST 4J863 A52 V987 VKQJ52 *AQ10 464 41053 ^9864 SOUTH (D) A AKQ1074 V A 10 6 4 J875 + Void North-South vulnerable West North East South Pass 2 4 Pass Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 9 34 44 veloping Service-Photo'sand 5-2-10tc Blevins, Arkansas. See Ruth movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAKNo. land 2. 4-24-tf 5. funeral Diectors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Oxgyen equipped. Two - way Radio, Burial association. HERNDON Funeral Home. Phone 7-4686. 4-28-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. 82. Help Wanted Male or Female . 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 Hampton - Blevins, Arkansas. 5-6-6tp Vz-ACRE, 2-BEDRCOM residence, practically new. . all .: .conveniences. Large garden, fruit trees, located in Emmet, Arkansas. Priced for quick sale. H. H. Graham, Prescott, Arkansas. Phone: 8872672. 5-6-6tp 4-4-tf 90 ' F ° r Sale landscaper " • $2500.00, 15. Used Furniture ELEVEN REGISTERED ABERDEEN Angus cattle, four cows LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. See me before buying or selling. H, E, Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381. WALKER'S NEW & USED Fur- FOR BETTER cleaning, to keep all bred. Three heifers, four bulls. Will soil separate or whole herd together. Call PR7- 3019. 5-2-4tc 1964 INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR, 2404 with 2,000 loader, with scarifier. Robert Arnold, to be shown at farm, % miles North from Deans Truck Stop niture, PR7-6233. 213 S. Main. Give highest prices for your furniture, Will sell • trade -or buy. 4-7-tf colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampcoer $1. Home Furniture Company. 5-6-6tc 21. Used Cars 61. Florist WANTED- Late model used cars and pickup trucks, See James Gaines Used Cars. 203 West 3rd, 4-24-tf 48, Slaughtering RALPH ' MONTGOMERY Custom Slaughtering, Meet for your deepfreeze, We buy cattle and hogs, 44-tf CUSTOM Slaughtering Beef or pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze, Contact BARRY'S GROCERY, 74404, 44-tf 63, Sewing Machines SINQER SEWING MACHINE "co. Sales & Service, call PR7- 5313, New Singer Zig Zag portable Sewing machine $88,00, payments of $5,00 month, The Fftbrle Center, 107 South Main, your authorized Singer Representative or the Singer Com. 2gl East Broad Street, a Arkansas, * Jewelers FINEST WATCH & Jewelry re* pair, All work guaranteed, Fifty napkins for au occasions, persouai&ed, printed, Stewart's Jewelry Store. 208 South Matu, , 4-Nf THINK OF MOTHER in a very special way, . , on her day Sunday, May 12th, with a gift of lovely flowers from SPATES FLORIST PR7-2426 or PR7-3731 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 PR74481 or after hours at his home PR7-2682 INSURE TO BE SURE 448-tf on Guernsey Road, Must see to appreciate. 5-6-etp RIDING HORSE, gentle mare, with saddle and bridle. $200 PR7-4929. 5-2-4tp 91. For Rent UNFURNISHED THREE room Duplex with bath located at 312 South Spruce. Call PR7- 3577. Nice for retired couple or lady. 5-4-etc 68. Services Offered Termites CALL ALLIED For Free Inspection A, D. MJDDLEBROOKS, JR. PHONE PR7-3467 All Work Guaranteed Insured Contract With Allied Low Cost Protection 3-27 -2 me 102. Real Estate For Sale Jim: "Sometimes an expert will find a way to lose a contract that a player of lesser ability would never conceive." Oswald: "Here's one of this type that Fred Karpin shows. East was" the v late Ewart Kempson of England and South was one of the greatest players of all time. I won't mention his name because we don't want to malign his memory." Jim: "South must have ducked that first heart. In that case I can't see how South managed to get himself set." Oswald: "It was due to a brilliant but silly play. South ducked the first heart whereupon East shifted to the six of diamonds. West took his ace and led the diamond queen. South was in dummy with the king. Now do you see what he did?" Jim: "I think so. He must have discarded his 10 of hearts on one of dummy's clubs and then led the nine of spades and finessed against East. That play would have worked if East held all five trumps, but it had to be downright silly because it allowed West to give his partner a diamond ruff for the setting trick." Oswald: "South had reasoned that East's failure to lead a trump at trick two indicated that he held all five missing trumps and wanted to get a quick diamond trick. It was expert reasoning at its worst." Jim: "Not necessarily. Had South carried his expert reasoning a trifle further he could have guarded against five trumps in the East hand and still made his contract." Oswald: "Of course. He could have cashed two more high clubs and got rid of his last twod'amonds. It wouldn't bother him if East trumped in because South could over- ruff and hold his trump loss to one against any and all distributions." CNewjpoper Enterprise Assn.) 6 Q—The bidding has been: JUST LISTED - DON'T WAIT Wes( - Vortn 70 pretty rolling acres, barn, old house, two ever-running springs, site for large lake, natural gas, telephone, electricity, three miles east of Hopeon paved highway. Less than one-third down will handle, Foster Realty Co. Inc. 512 East Third PRospect 7-4691 5-24tc East South Dble Hdblt 2* 24 3* 44 Pass Pass 54 You, South, hold: AA8764 ^410532 *54 43 What do you do now? A—Pass. Let your partner decide whether to double or to bid five spades. You have bid so strongly that he won't pass under any circumstances. TODAY'S QUESTION You pass and your partner bids five diamonds. East passes. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow ART FOR CHILDREN is created by Rudy Seno, a sculptor who uses a variety of metals to depict edible treats, such as a peanut, top right, and an ice cream sandwich seat supported by four Ice cream cones, top left. The artist, above, is surrounded by his works, some of which soar to a height of nine feet. THE WELL CHILD® Running Away from Home Is Impulse to Explore By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 102 Consolidated January 18, 192 Published every Weekday Afternoon at the Star Building STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, Presiden Alex H. Washburn, Sec. - Treas 212-14 South Walnut Stree Hope, Arkansas 71801, Alex. H. Washburn : : Editor & Publisher \ Paul H. Jones, Managing Edito: Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr C. M. (Pod) Rogers, Jr. Circulation Manager Billy Dan Jones Mechanical Superintendent Second-class postage paid a Hope, Arkansas Member of the Audit Bureai of Circulations Member of the Associatec Press The Associated Press is en titled exclusively to tin use foi republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Single Copy lOc Subscription Rates (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope ami neighboring Towns — Per week ........... 3E Per Year, Office only . . 18. 2C By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, Pike, and Clark Counties — One Month .......... 1.2C Three Months ........ 2.9C Six Months .......... 5.25 One Year ........... 10.00 All other Mail in Arkansas One Month ......... 1.10 Three Months ....... 3.30 One Year .......... 12.00 Children run away from home for different reasons. The preschool child who goes absent without leave is usually not running away but rather acting on an impulse to explore a little larger part of his : surroundings than he has been accustomed to do. He often finds his way back home by himself and, when he doesn't, he is genuinely surprised at all the fuss over his escapade. When an older child runs .3way the problem is not so simple. He often feels a crushing sense of helplessness in the face of parental restrictions no matter how reasonable and just they may be. He is rebelling against his own inability to control his environment and he is too immature to realize that running away will in no way help the situation. A study was made of 42 runaways and 42 other children, referred to a child guidance clinic, who had not run away. The runaways were more likely than the others to complain of being picked on, falsely accused of misbehavior and ridiculed or humiliated by their parents. This study points up the Political Candidates The Star is authorized to announce that the folio wing are candidates for public office subject to action of the Democratic Primary, For Prosecuting Attorney BILL DENMAN, JR. For Representative ARTHUR L. STRECH TALBOT FEILD, JR. LEGAL NOTICE In The Chancery Court Of Hempstead County, Arkansas, Sam Bishop, Plaintiff, vs Hattie Denmori Bishop and Mary Ellen Denmon Williams, Defendants. No, 9318 WARNING ORDER The defendant, Mary Ellen Denrrion Williams, is warned to appear in the Hempstead County Chancery Court within thirty days arid answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Sain Bishop. Witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, on this 25th day of April, 19C8. Jirn Cole Clerk F. C. Crow Solicitor fur Plaintiff Norman M, Smith Attorney Ad Litem for Mary Elion Denmon Williams April 29, May 0, 13, 20, 1908 philia, every effort must be made to prevent injuries to the child. Contact sports are out. When bleeding occurs, f ^ . local pressure is often all that A H Other Mail is required to control it but, Outside Arkansas if the bleeding is internal, the One Month 1.3C problem is serious. Surgical Three Months 3.9C operations must be avoided if One Year 15.6C possible and, when they are College Student Bargain Offer necessary, special prepara- Nine Months 6.75 tions to control the bleeding Nat'l Advertising must be made. 'Representatives: (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Pl eaie send~^u7 questions and Arkansas Dailies, Inc. comments to Wayne G. Brandstadt, Popular Av., Memphis, M.D., in core of this paper. While 38111; 960 Hartford 3387 Tenn., Mich- Bl.; 17, SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL need for building up a feeling of mutual respect between parents and their children. A child will accept, even welcome, rigid ground rules when he is treated with love and respect and made to under- . . , stand the basic principles-be- Dr - Brandstadt cannot answer indi- Dallas 2, Texas; ^ 360 N hind the rules. There is y '^ uff / letters, he will answer letters igan Ave., Chicago 1, usually no hope for improve- °' 9 enef0 ' interest in future columns. 60 E. 42nd St., New York ment in a situation involving \vest Quoddy Head Light, N - Y - ; 12r?5 Penobscot Bldg., running away from home un- Maine is the easternmost Detroit 2, Mich.; 683 Shnvll less the parents, as well as point i' n the United States. Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. the child, are willing to accept psychological counseling. Q—Our son, 4, was found to have von Willebrand's disease. How severe is this? What restrictions should be placed on his activities? A—This disease, also called pseudohemophilia, is a congenital condition in which there is profuse bleeding due to a prolonged bleeding time. It differs from true hemophilia in that in von Willebrand's disease the coagulation time is normal and it may occur in girls as well as boys. As in the case of true hemo- Current Best Sellers (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly) FICTION "Airport," lluiley "Myra Hreckenridge," Vidal "The Tower "I Babel," West "Vanished," Knehel "Couples," I'pdike NONIICIION "The Nuked Ape," Morris "Between I'arenl and Child," <;i- no 11 "Nicholas and Alexandra," Massi e "(,ips> Moih Circles the World," ( hicbester "Ihe Double Helix," Walson SOOPJ LAV DOWN M3UI2 ASMS. SIRE, THE WANTS 70TALK PEACE. 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