Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 24, 1968 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, May 24, 1968
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HOPS (ARK) STAR, Printed tty Offset M# 24,1968 •**• Wise Pennies Invested In Want Ads Grow Up To Be Dollars! Hope Star *••• 80, Greenhouses AU Wanf. Ads ire payable in advance builds will be accepted S ft!td ftgedfltt** " ftliwed tun wwoflT'S . . mrt««Httnilflff the amount tomatoes now ripening, Vine • ' - • fipened, Available is payable fendefed. Number when statement is One t «if Six tip to 16 16 todff 21 to 2 5 26 to 30' 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to45 46 to 50 1,10 US 2.90 8,40 1,30 2,80 3,5010,08 1,50 3.25 4,6011.55 1,70 3,70 4.8013,05 1,90 4,18 5,0014.55 2.10 4,60 5.501(5.05 2.30 5,05 5,5017,55 2,50 5,50 6,5019.05 excellent quality, at the greenhouses at Rocky Mound, and in most local grocery stores, Also Crape Myrtles, and Day Lil» tes fof sale, Visitors w«il« come,'call PR7«446§, 5*22*lmc 63 90, For Sale 1956* FORD" PICKUP* FOR'SALE i Good Condition , , , $150.00, Harlin Carlton, callTW9«2313, i960 CADILLAC ELDORADO, Black, three-two barrel carberators, Good condition, Priced for quick sale , , , , $400,00, Phone PR7-2137, t ® AT ' 90, B 6 FOP Sale Or Lease 7 ACRES LAND WITH two bed* room modern house and two large capacity chicken houses, formerly the Leon Willis place, See Kenneth Bagley, Route 1, McCaskill, Arkansas 71847 5-7-lmp 91, For Rent 125 ACRES PASTURE LAND Call PR7-5501, before 8:00 a,m« or after 5:00 p,m, 5-21-4tp 102. Real Estate For Sale Machines one. equipped for living and in good Condition. Ideal two fam- «, uw Initials (A one of more letters, ...... - ................... ... ^.partnership. gfoup of figures as houseor tele- gi NG £ R SEWING MACHINE CO, — — - 95, Apartments Unfurnished. phono word, numbers count as one CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 firmi —$1,25 per inch per day 4 Times—$1,10 per inch perd-iy 6 Times— $.95 per inch perday STANDING CARDS ADS 20,00 per inch per month, Rates quoted above are consecutive insertions, Irregular or skip date ads will take the bne<lay 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. Sales & Service, call PR?5313, New Singer Zig Zag portable Sewing machine $88,00, payments of $5,00 month. The Fabric Center, 107 South Main, your authorized Singer Representative or the Singer Company, 221 East Broad Street, Texarkana. Arkansas, 4-2941 for 1968 Zig Zag Sewing machine, sews on buttons, makes button holes, doing everything without attachments. $46.00 Will finance if necessary. B. L, Rettig, " Phone: 777*3866, Hope, Ar- FOR LEASE at Hillcrest and Imperial • 1 and 2 bedroom apart- 66 ACRES B LACKLAND, bottom, all in new grass. New fences, on gravel road, 'ii mile from city limits. All cleared. Two springs year round. Corrals and shed. Call PR7-6998. 5-18-6tc or PR7-5744. VETERAN STEWARDESS l-VANSTON. 111. (AP) Mary lillen O'Connor, who pio- FROM wall to all, on carpets cieaned with Blue Lustre, Rent electric 4.j. tf shampooer $1. Home Furni* ncered as an airline stewardess, is ture Company. -•"* - • returning to nursing after 27 years 102. Peal Estate Sale 5-20-6tc NEW AND USED JEEPS. . .can be seen at the G. and S. Manu- at St. Francis Hospital. From the time she graduated from the hospital's school of nurs- facturing Company on West ing in 19J2, she has been on the go. Avenue B. m -'—«-— nnn 6714. Telephone PR7« or take $6.00 per payment. REGISTERED ANGUS SALE. Write David Marsh, Box M, care of Hope Star. 4-2-tf 5-21-6tc 68. Services Offered PAPERHANGING AND Painting. Interior • exterior, professional work. Call PR7-5408. Earl Schomburg. 5-16-lmc 1 Job Printing PRINTING of Quality. Letterpress of Offset. Call Yukon 3-2534 collect. ETTER PRINTING COMPANY, Washington, Ark. 4-5-tf 2. Notice COMPLETE Quality Film De veloping Service—Photo's and movie film BARRY'S SAKNo. land 2. 4-24-tf SUMMER ART .. .Adults and children. Classes Jtq begin iSiniK3rd> andt June* 5th. Instructor, Dorothy Halliberton. For information Phone: PR7- 2426. one cow with calf $200, two year old bull, $175. Three, one year old heifers, $100. Shipp & Bobo Angus Farm. Highway 29 South. . .see Rex Bobo, 5-20-6 tp THREE REPOSSESSED Zig Zag sewing machines, also service and repair on any make or model sewing machine, Phone PR7-3873. 5-22-6tc WE SELL HAVOLINE OIL, by the case or by the cans. Delaney's Grocery, 202 East 2nd. 5-17-lmc East Third Street Home Looks like new • paneled throughout. l'/ 2 baths, air conditioned, storage house, chain link fence around back yard, Vacant now. Move right in. Liberal financing available. Foster Realty Co., Inc. 512 East Third Phone PRospect 7-4601 5-24-4tc She became known as the "fly- ingest woman in the world," and at one time was the "dean of stewardesses." She retires from United Airlines in December 1968. Meanwhile, she is assisting in the hospital's emergency department on Saturdays and Sundays. "I don't mind working at the hospital without a day off," she said, "because the work in the emergency room is so different from my full-time job at O'Flarc International Airport. I couldn't stand to be inactive after the busy pace I've kept up all my life." Star of Hope Consolidated POLITICAL THEME interested these college students at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where signs of a new summer craze were evident. Armed with paintbrushes and dye, students painted their own designs on jeans, which they n«ii " Sur f stokers." By FRANK O'NEAL call SHORT RIBS 107. Restaurants CATFISH PLATE"s"."Ail"you""can eat for $2.00. Kidd's Cafe at Bois d' Arc Lake. PR7-3926. 5-11-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 CUSTOM MADE ALUMINIUM screens, Davis Discount, 500 South Walnut, Phone PR7-6633. 5-14-12tc ALUMINUM WELDING, BLACKSMITHING. Craig's Welding Shop, Fulton Arkansas day or night. Phone: 896-2270. 5-6-1 mp QUICK DOYLE JESTER DOZER COMPANY, will do land clearing, pond digging, yard leveling... ?10.00 an hour, or contract... $25.00 .minimum. WiU come 887^588, or m-3m,'pTes- cott, Arkansas. 5-9-lmp H222. Big-Roomy-Duplex 102. Real Estate For Sale NEED A GOOD HOME? 150x175 lot, older home.. . in excellent location, with three-bedroom 102 Real Estate For Sale NEED EXTRA ROOM? Three-bedroom home on Springhill Road expand, on five acres, with a deep well. with room to Just Listed 135 Beautiful Acres Nearly one-half mile paved frontage. All open. Fenced and cross-fenced. Plenty of water. A perfect poultry and cattle opportunity. Come on out REALTORS: Bill Byrd Tommle Byrd Bill Byrd Jr. to Hope Realty, and meet your friendly 3rd & Edgewood HOPEREALTY START WITH THE P|(?TV DISHES IN THE SINK. OFF THOSE OlDVES FIRST IDIOT/ PR7-5115 5-20-6tc 5. Funeral Directors 84. Wanted AMBULANCE SERVICE, Oxgyen equipped. Two - way Radio, Burial association. HERNDON Funera! Bo». Phone I*. AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. 4-4-tf 15. Used Furniture LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. See me before buying or selling. H. E, Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381. 4-7-tf WALKER'S NEW & USED Furniture, PR7-6233. 213 S, Main. Give highest prices for your furniture, Will sell • trade -or buy. WANTED Have ready buyers for us for quick STROUT REALTY 620 W. 3 rd PR7-3766 5-20-6tc 68. Services Offered On large shady corner lot - room for a home or another duplex - three blocks from business district and shopping. One unit with two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining and two baths. One unit with one bedroom, living room, kitchen, dining and bath. Plenty of storage and closets. Laundry connections. Recently redecorated and paneled. Two car garage - storage room. Price includes drapes, blinds, carpets, rugs. You'll like it for only $13,500.00 Foster Realty Co., Inc. 512 East Third Phone PRospect 7-4691' 102 . Real Estate For Sale Are You Interested DOCTOR'S MAILBAG Avoid Exposure to Sun To Get Rid of Freckles By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. In an extra nice three-bedroom homo on a 150x150' The location is, 806 South Walnut Street. lot. In 136 Acre cattle ranch, eight and one half miles from Hope on Highway 4, Rosston Road. The ranch is fenced, has a deep well, stock pond, barn and feed mangers to accomodate one hundred head of cattle. See or Call Buck Williams PR7-E or PR7-2888 5-21-4tc 5-21-Gtc 21, Used Cars «*fc»!»W*| •«!»«««*•«•«» WMW «<•«*•<• »••.<**« WANTED- Late model used cars and pickup trucks. See James Gaines Used Cars, 203 West 3rd. 4-24-tf 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 2. Notice 2. Notice 00 YOU NEED storage room? Call PR7-4541 between 7 a.m, and 0 p,m, Female 48, Slaughtering »«.***«•••»*<•«•»«»•»«»•«!•»»*»»• RALPH MONTGOMERY Custom Slaughtering, Meet for your (jeep freeze, We buy cattle end, hogs, • _ __ 4441 CUSTOM Slaughtering Bee| or t jx>rfc cut ajyj wrapped for your deep freeze, Contact BARRY'S GROCERY, 7«4404, 73, Jewelers FUQS8T WATCH 4 Jewelry re» AU wrfe guaranteed, ty napkins m all oc- oas, personalised, prin. tad, Stewart's Jewelry store. WOULD YOU? Like to own your own Ladies Apparel Shop? Opportunity available for women witti sales experience and willingness to work. Nationally known lines or merchandise ON CONSIGNMENT. .. no Investment until sold, Small capitol investment tor fixtures. Nations largest fran- chjsed ladies apparel chain •with nearly 800 stores across the nation, 22 now In Arkansas and growing every day. This may be the opportunity YOU have been locking forl ^ For details Contact: Mr. J. T. Cotner 509 Fausett Plaza Bldg. Uttle Rock, Ark. 78205 Mo, 8-5758 ... s-81-a A GOOD DEPENDABLE USED CAR OR A STURDY, READY TO GO PICKUP? WE HAVE THEM! Q—Why does exposure to the sun cause freckles? How can one get rid of them? A—The actinic rays of the sun mobilize the pigment in the deeper layers of the skin and brings it closer to the surface. When the process is evenly distributed you get a tan and when it is spotty you get freckles. The best way to get rid of them is to avoid exposure to the sun. Cosmetic preparations that are supposed to remove freckles are not recommended because so often they irritate the skin and their effect is so temporary. Masking creams are preferable if the freckles are a real problem. Q—I am a housewife, 50, and in the past two years I have had discolorations on my neck. At first they resembled freckles but lately they have been red. What causes them? How can they be removed? A—These may he the so- called senile keratoses or old- age freckles. You should WORLD ALMANAC FACTS check with a skin specialist to make sure of the diagnosis. These lesions are sometimes a forerunner of skin cancer. If they are old-age freckles, a skin specialist can remove them with carbon dioxide snow or an electric needle. Q—Two or three times a year I get severe choking attacks from swallowing the wrong way even though I eat and drink carefully. How can I avoid these attacks and what should I do when they occur? A—Eating and drinking are such automatic functions that no one can be consciously careful all the time. As a re- Nuts • Iff CARS. 1966 Galaxie 500, 4<loor, hardtop. Fully loaded, power and air conditioned. Low mileage. Extra clean . . ............................... $2750.00 1966 Gaiaxie 500, 4-door, power and air conditioned . . ............................... $1795.00 1966 Fairlane 500, 4-door, 8 cylinder, radio and heater. White side wall tires ................ $1650.00 * t * 1967 1963 PICKUPS Ford Pickup, 6 cylinder, Styleside, 12,000 actual miles. Like new $1750.00 Chevrolet Pickup, 6 cylinder $825.00 HOPE AUTO CO 220 W. 2nd PK7-2371 America's ( i r s t newspaper, "Pub lick Occurrences, Hoth Foreign and Domestic," published by Be/ijuiiiin Harris in Ho.stoti, printed it.s first ami only edition o;> Sept. 2;>. 1MO. The World Almanac .says Although Harris intended to publish muntHy "or il' any glut of occurrences happen, uttener." the p a p e r was suppressed for "reflexions" objectionable to C,o\ Simon Bradstreet ot Massachusetts. -2Mtc ACROSS 1 Species of hickory 6 Nut grown in California 12 Muse of poetry 13 Jumpers 15 Finished 16 Algonquian spirit (var.) 17 Goobers 19 Pants violently 20 Highest number on a die 21 Kind of airliner 22 Deeds 24 Michigan canal (coll.) 20 Heroic 30 Injure 31 Coat (slang) 32 Artificial language 33 Hawaiian pepper 34 Social insect 35 Capital of Norway 36 Telephone inventor 38 Viscous liquid 39 Pace 40 Utilize 42 Larissan mountain 44 Hascal 47 Moral 50 "Arabian Nights" character (2 words) 52 Yellow pigment (vat.) 53 Erases 54 Assumed name 55 Were not (contr.) 56 Masculine name (pi.) DOWN 1 Chirp 2 Sea bird 3 Of landed property valuation 4 Worship of Egyptian solar disk 5 Difficulty C Charitable 1899; Press January 18, 1967 19S9 Published every Weekday : Afternoon j at (lie Star Building : STAR PUBLISHING CO. j Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alox H. Washburn, Sec. • Treas. 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 71801 ; Alex. H. Washburn i 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 Press Associated The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to th^ use for republicution 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 <|5 Per Year, Office only . . 18.3.0 By mail in Hempstead, Nfe- vada, Lafayette, Howard, Pikfe, and Clark Counties — : One Month 1.2"0 Three Months 2.00 Six Months 5.^5 One Year 10.00 Ml other Mail in Arkansas One Month l.tO Three Months 3.50 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 Av., Memphis, Term-., 38111; 9GO 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. ' suit, everyone gets an occ£- sional choking spell. When this occurs keep calm. Remember the chances are you did not inhale nearly as much fluid as a drowning man yet even he can often be revived. The cilia that line your windpipe are constantly sweeping any foreign matter that may be present up into your throat. Whacking you on the back will not help but, unless you have inhaled a chunk of food large enough to block your windpipe, you will recover in a minute or two. Q—Our daughter is engaged to a fine young man. His sister has cerebral palsy. Is this hereditary? Could he pass it on to our grandchildren? A—Cerebral palsy is not a hereditary disease. Answer to Pftvioui Puzzle 18 Having a will 41 Freshet 7 Meadow 8 Skin disease of animals 9 Narcotic 10 Seines 11 U-t fall 14 Pig genus 21 Slow gait (2 words) 22 King of Israel (Bib.) 23 Cavern 25 Girl's name 27 Nut with green meat 28 Unoccupied 21) Enclosure for poultry 35 Little bone (anat.) 37 Move clumsily (Brit.) 43 Shallow 44 Sorrowful 45 Sail corner (naut.) 46 Winged (her.) 47 Direction 48 Descendant of Esau (D. Bib.) 49 Smaller amount 51 Masculine nickname W

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