Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 22, 1968 · Page 9
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Mlf 22,1968 HOP! (ARK) STAR, Printed by Offset For Fast Satisfied Results, Use Classified Ads. Call PR7 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOT i CE NOTICE tn the probate court of Hemp* stead County, Arkansas, In the Matter of the Estate of Eliza W, Foster, deceased, No. 2148, Last known address of decedent: 611 East 14th, Hope, Arkansas. Date of death, April 27, 1968, An instrument dated November 14, 1963, with attached codicil dated July 13, 1967, was on the 20th day of May, 1968, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executors thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 22 day of May, 1968. Vincent W. Foster L. A. Foster Executors 510 East Third Street, Hope, Arkansas May 22, 29, 1968 NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS Sealed bids addressed to Thurston Hulsey, Superinten* dent, Washington, Arkansas for one 1968 model 36 passen« ger school bus will be received until noon, June 12, 1968, Co* pies of specification for body and* or chassis may be secured from the superintendent's office. Bids will be accepted on a unit or on either body c alone. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Payment is contingent only upon Congress ESEA programs for »/ — • All bids must comply with all regulations and specifications of the State Department of Education and Federal Government for school buses. Thurston Hulsey, Supt. May 15, 22, 1968 Nature's Way The female grasshopper buries a mass of eggs wrapped in a gluelike jacket long before the advent of winter. Warmth will not hatch the eggs unless they have first been frozen. This is nature's way of ensuring that a late warm spell in autumn will not bring out baby grasshoppers to starve. 102. Real Estate For Sale NEED A GOOD HOME? 150x175 lot, in excellent location, with three-bedroom older homo NEED EXTRA ROOM? Three-bedroom home on Springhill Road with room to expand, on five acres, with a deep well. Comt! on out to Hope Realty, and meet your friendly REALTORS: ~ Bill Byrd Tommle Byrd Bill Byrd Jr. 3rd & Edgewood HOPE REALTY PR7-5115 "5-20-6tc 50. Building Supplies ^YOOKKI*"? {Y oV#>s" T ° M OP£^ I2£ A CALL, ro ,0101 offi^s \WOULD B£ *& f Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 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 Bureau of Circulations Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to th" use for 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 and neighboring Towns — Per week Per Year, Office only . . By mail in Hempstead vada, Lafayette, Howard, and Clark Counties — One Month Three Months 2.90 Six Months 5.25 One Year 10.00 All other Mail in Arkansas One Month 1.10 Three Months 3.90 One Year 12.00 All Other Mail Outside Arkansas One Month 1.30 Three Months 3.30 One Year 15.60 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months 6.75 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 Popular Ay., Memphis, Tenn., ~38111; 960 "HaYtfbrd 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. SHORT RIBS out weight-bearing aftd gradually resuming walking. Crutches or a cane should be used at first to help you get around. It may be advisable to wear shoes with a Thomas heel which extends fofwafd to support the arch, A conscious effort must be made to walk without a limp so that the limp doesn't beooiie a habit. e Assn.) ftflfitS fff fdgpll 8l«ft' Correct Bids Reach Slam By Giwafd and James Joceby Me 1 dees this dubs. As SPEEDY IMPORT, this racer is said to be the only car of its kind In the United States. The Irish-designed chassis has an aluminum Alfa Romeo engine and transmission and reportedly reaches speeds of 175 miles an hour. Owner Bruce Klussmann, 29, a Bradford, Pa., truck fleet maintenance supervisor, modified and assembled the car, which cost $8,500, and plans to race it this summer on the Formula B circuits. DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Please tend you? questions 6fid tommentt to Woyfle G. Brandstddl, M.D., in care 6{ this paper. While Dr. Btondstodt cannot afitwer individual letters, he will Jrt$*«f letters of general Merest in future columns. Political Candidates The Star is authorized to announce that the folio wing are can* didates for public office subject to action of the Dgmc-cratic Primary, For Prosecuting Attorney BILL DENMAN, JR. W. H, "DUB" ARNOLD For Representative ARTHUR L. STRECH TALBOT FEILD, JR. ** AQJ86S A Q 6 2 WESf EAST A J 9 4 * Q 10 ? 6 ¥ Q J 10 8 * K ? S 4 3 • 73 *>92 AK543 438 SOUfM (t» AA8S VA96 *>K104 4 A J 10 7 East-West vulnerable West North East Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 2 4 Pass 3 • Pass 3N.T.,Pass 4 • Pass 6 • Pass South 1N.T. 2 * 4* Pass Q Twelfth Night" In the Jacoby method, the immediate jump to three Of a minor suit after an opening no-trump is merely a game invitation in no-trump. North has too good a hand for a mere game invitation and Anivcr to Prtvioul Puitlt • Preventive Measures Against Prickly Heat By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Q—How can you prevent a bed patient from getting a heat rash? What is the best treatment for it? A—Heat rash or prickly heat is prevented by using a minimum of cover, using an air conditioner or electric fan in the sick room, shifting the patient so that ail areas of his body are given a chance to cool, frequent sponge baths using little or no soap and by avoiding the use of antiperspirant deodorant prepara-: tions and bath powders be- of water and rubbing alcohol. Apply calamine lotion with phenol to relieve the itching and, if 'there is any evidence of infection (pustules developing in the reddened papules), consult a skin specialist. Q—Four months ago, I broke an ankle and had it in a cast for four weeks. After four more weeks, two of which I spent in bed, I started walking but my ankle still swells and I still walk with a limp. How long will this con- BPTTH? STOP HAD 5M7. cause they block the pores and. ;t inue?,,What can be done to favor the development of a" help me? A—It usually takes eight to 12 weeks for a fractured ankle to become firm enough to permit weight bearing. When the cast is removed, there is always some pain and swelling". For this reason, a brace or an elastic bandage, applied from the toes to the knee, should be worn daily for six to eight months, starting when the cast is removed. During this time, ankle exercises should be practiced, starting with bending the ankle in all directions with- neat rasn - . If prickly heat does occur, you should intensify the preventive measures and give sponge baths with a mixture By FRANK O'NEAL !ol ACROSS 1 "Antonia, a captain" 4 -Sir Belch" 8 "Orsino, of Illyria" 12 Sick 13 Telegraph cable 14 Heavy blow 1 K II 10 , steward to Olivia" 17 Defiance 18 Name of 12 popes 19 First word of Marine motto 21 Finale 22 Distant 23 Male 26 Mining lode 28 Anglo-Saxon servant 29 Nigerian Negro 30 Energy unit 32 Witch of (Bib.) 34 Biblical r 1 'prophet '•' -•' 37 At all 38 Craft 39Breathe heavily 42 Ova 46 Blemish 47 Choler 48 New Guinea port 49 "Sir Aguecheek" 5 2 To .wound (her.) 53 Attractive 55 Descendants of Esau (Bib.) 57 Burden 58 Wild plum 59 Compass 60 Sweet potatoes 61 Trial 62 Designers' group (ab.) DOWN 1 Smirk 2 Arthurian lady 3 Refer to 4 Number 5 Lubricates 6 Legal outlines 7 Navy clerk 8 Venetian magistrate 9 Without defense 10 Small barrel 11 Before 16 Versus (ab.) l -It- Hhil I = O! •"]!-]( m\ =iwi-]( 20 Dress fastidiously 24 Fuss 25 Neither 27 Stipend 28 For example (ab.) 31 Fast 33 American humorist 34 Amateur 40 Take into custody 41 Sewing instrument 43 Wheat flour ingredient 44 Lead ore 45 Felt 50 Promontory 51 Solicits 52 Six (Roman) actor (slang) 53 Shy 36 Mouths 54 "Faerie 36 Layers of Queen" tissue (biol.) heroine 37 Near to 56 Encountered «w* * -w isr HS „..„„„ this, is Aft Stayman bid and Sou......... two diamonds shewing that he doesn't have fOut eafds ift either majef suit, •.. • > New North bids three dff* mends, which is the slain signal It says, "P§ftnef»:| am interested in a diafnorta slam." With a belle*. h§fi& North might plafl to go all thfc \fray-to. tlie slam, with' this hand North does Hot want td push past game, He only has 12 high card points,- not enough to warrant taking tht bidding past three no*trump,.$ When South hears the threts diamond call he becomes in« terested in getting to a slam. He only has 16 points for his opening no-trump but they look golden for slam tour* poses. He has three aces and the king of diamonds and his jack of clubs is supported by 1 the 10. South starts slam pro* ceedings by bidding three hearts. f This doesn't excite North aj all. He had suggested a slam, when he bid two clubs and three diamonds. He does not want to go past three no? trump under his own steam.^ South continues with four clubs and once more Nort£ signs off. This time with $ four diamond call. ; t South gives one more slan^ invitation by bidding four spades. This costs nothing be,cause North can still go to five diamonds or four fto"- trump, but by this time Nortfl is ready to act on his owh and North jumps to the dia^- mond slam. There is no trouble in the play. South draws trumps, loses the club finesse and eventually discards North's third spade on his long club5 Q— The bidding has been: South West North East 1 N. T. Pass ? You, North, hold: 4K32 V2 4AQJ865 *Q6 What do you do? A— Bid two clubs. This will* b« followed by a three diamond bid. (See today's column.) TODAY'S QUESTION Again your partner opens one no-trump., This time you hold^ *2 V32 497654 +J9543 Answer Tomorrow fnttrpriM Ann.) HEADACHE? ASPIRIN CAN EASE I THE PAIN CHIROPRACTORS treat the Cause WHERE THE Hope Builders Supply Co. "EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING" 300 West 3rd St. Phone PR7-2381 5-22-ltc 23. New & Used Cars 23. New & Used Cars G § g r\ •s O e •> o o s DON'T READ THIS!!! (UNLESS YOU WANT A GOOD CAR DEAL) DON'T BE TAKEN IN BY "SPECIAL PRICES", "COST PLUS", OR "SMALL DOWN". CHECK OUR DEAL AND YOU'LL BUY FROM US. NO REASONABLE TRADES OR SALES TURNED DOWN. WE ARE HOT TO TRADE " YOUNG CHEVROLET COMPANY 3 O *• >» *1 O O a a v O Q J O O a A DAY IN OUR BUSINESS is 24 hours — and we're "in action" every minute of it, with one purpose in mind — to get your goods to destination quickly, in good order, for the least cost! By rail and highway ... by carton, carload, "piggyback" or container . . . we're equipped to receive or deliver at your plant. We participate in the interchange of shipments not only with other railroads, but with highway and water carriers as well. So, regardless of the type of freight you have ... or where it originates or is to go ... we can handle it. We'll be expecting your call! J, W, SCOTT Wee President — Traffic AGENT PHONE PR 7-2796 KANSAS flTY/9 toUTHlRN * O -• '-'•[.' j ''-^ 5"22-'ic ^ "YQUNG^YQUNG^YOUNG^YQUNG^YOUNG^YOUNG^YOUNG^YOUNG^YQUNG^YOUNG^ •«***

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