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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Koft (ARK) STAR, Printed by Offset l^j^Arelnwgiensive, But Powerful! Call PR7-3431 Tuesday, May 28,1968 ifld tflfital with BBS 4-';66Uflt when "statement is , ma DaysDays Days Days MO 2,35 2,90 8.40 1.30 2,80 3.5010.05 1.50 3.28 4,0011,55 1,70 3 r ?0 4,6013,05 1,90 4,15 5,0014.55 2.10 4,60 5,5016.05 2,30 5,05 6,5017,65 , ,„„„ 2,50 5,50 6,5019,05 Initials of one of more letters, gfdup of figures as house or tele* phone numbers count as one •a**:********************'**** stfroER SEWING MACHINE eo. Sales & Sefvlee, eall £R?« S313, New Sinter 2i| 2ag jpor * table Sewing machine $88,00, payments of $S,00 month. The Fabric Center, 107 South Main, your authorised Singer Repre. 82* Help Wanted Male or Female TO*KS*lUK?RV*WPE*w!)ftKl 40 hours week, Call PR7« 2646, 5-284te 90, For Sale 31 (035 36 to 40 41 to 4 5 40 to SO South ^ Nashvllle ' 1968 Zig Zag Sewing machine; • sews on buttons, makes but- of take $6.00 per payment, ^l^fB f ^ ** M . CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time «-$I,2S pet inch per day 4 Times-$1,10 per inch pet day 6 Times— $J§ 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 ottered 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. ' 5-5-tf 2. Notice C'OM'PLCTE" "Quality Film Developing Service—Kioto's and movie film BARRY'S QUICK SAK No. 1 and 2. 5-24-tf 68. Services COMPLETE PLAN SERVICE residential or commercial, No obligations. Choose your own builder. We solicit the contractors - plan business. Call Joe Porterfieid PR7-5331, 5-14-tf DOYLE JESTER DOZER COMPANY, will do land clearing, pond digging, yard leveling... $10.00 an hour, or contract... $25,00 minimum. Will come out for the small jobs. Call: 887-3588, or 887-3358, Prescott, Arkansas. 5-9-lmp ALUMINUM WELDING, BLACKSMITHING. Craig's Welding Shop, Fulton Arkansas day or night. Phone! 896-2270. ; 5-6-lmp PAPERHANGING AND Painting. Interior - exterior, professional work. Call PR7-5408. Earl Schomburg. - 5-16-lmc CALL WALKERS NEW AND USED Furniture for commercial refrigeration and air conditioning. PR7-6233. •':. . 5-27-lmp FOR CARPET AND braided rug cleaning, see Curtis Yates. For free estimates, call PR7- 4670. ; 5-27-tf 5-28-6tp BEDROOM BRICK, car* central heat and air. Southland Heights, 5^ per cent F, H, A. Loan, Buy equity immediate occupancy. Call for appointment, PR7-5764, 5«28«4tp TWO HOMES TO BE MOVED or torn down. One building 25x 80 tin roof, in Blevins, Priced to sell. Contact P. 0. Box 520, Fort Morgan, Colorado. 5-28-etp BOATS! MILLWOOD SPECIAL, 14 foot, 18 inches deep, 54 inches wide, 64 gage slightly damaged. $229.00 list price ... our price $159,00. FOUR only Russell's Curb Market, 902 West 3rd. 5-28-6tc VINE RIPE TOMATOES, 4 pounds . . . $1.00; 3 dozen eggs . . . $1.00. Russell's Curb Market, 902 West 3rd. 5-28-6tc NEW AND USED JEEPS. . .can be seen at the G. and S. Manufacturing Company on West Avenue B. Telephone PR7- 6714. 5-2-tf •••*4**4«•««*«•••«« c> a**a4« aa *** 90, For Sale 90- For Sale 8x24 HOUSE BOAT, to make room for larger one, Boat is equipped for living and fn good condition. Meal two fanv ily partnership. Will finance if necessary, B. L. Rettig, Phones 777-3866, Hope, Arkansas, .5-6-tf 1956 FORD PICKUP "FOR SALE. Good Condition , , . $150.00, Harlin Carlton, callTW9-2313, < 5.24-6tc 1960 CADILLAC ELDORADO, Black, three-two barrel carberators, Good condition. Priced for quick sale . . , , $400.00. Phone PR7-2137. S-24-4tp 1964 CUSTOM FORD 4-door, six condition. Phone: James Thurman, Route 1, Blevins. 5-27-6tc IF CARPETS look dull and drear, remove the spots as they appear with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer $1, Home Furniture Company. 5-27-6tc THREE REPOSSESSED Zig Zag sewing machines, also service and repair on any make or model sewing machine. Phone PR7-3873. 5-22-6tc 93. Houses Furnished FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, and furnished bedroom with kitchen privileges. Call PR7- 3207. 5-28-4tc WE SELL HAVOL1NE OIL, by the case or by the cans, De* laney's Grocery, 202 East 2nd, 5'17'lmc 90. B 4 For Sale OK Lease 7 ACRES LAND WITH two bedroom modern house and two large capacity chicken houses, formerly the Leon Willis place. See Kenneth Bagley, Route 1, McCaskill, Arkansas 71847 5-7-lmD 95. Apartments Unfurnished FOR LEASE at Hillcrest and Imperial -1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Utilities paid. Some furnished, $100.00 up PR7- 3363 or PR7-5744. 6-1-tf WIN AT BRIDGE Overbid Shows Lack of Trust By Oswald and James Jacoby 70. Beauty Service - 73. Jewelers 5; Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6772. . 5-4-tf 15. Used Furniture LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. See me before buying or selling. H..E. Luck, 904 North Hazel, PR7-4381, 5-7-tf WALKER'S NEW & USED Furniture, PR7-6233, 213 S. Main. Give highest prices for your furniture, W sell • trade - or buy. 21, Used Cars WANTED— Late model used cars and pickup trucks, See James Gaines Used Cars. 203 West 3rd. 5-24-tf 36. Moving;Storage DO YOU NEED storage room? Call PR7-4541 between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. 5.23-etc 48, Slaughtering RALPH MONTGOMERY Cuewin Slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze, We buy cattle and hop, CUSTOM Slaughtering Beef or pork cut awl wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact BARRY'S GROCERY, 74404, FINEST WATCH & Jewelry repair. All work guaranteed. Party napkins, for all oc- ' casions, personalized, printed. Stewart's Jewelry Store. 208 South Main. . • . . . > :. 5-6-tf 84. Wanted ********* *******mm mmmmmm m m mm RIDER WANTED TO Red River Army Depot. Day shift. Phone: lyle Jones, PR7-6941. 5-28-4tc WILL BUY 2nd HAND bridle and saddle for Shetland pony, PR7- 4242. 5-28-6 tp 102 . Real Estate For Sale East Third Street Home Looks like new - paneled throughout. iVz baths, air conditioned, storage house, chain link fence around back yard. Vacant now, Move right in. Liberal financing available. NOW OPEN IN Blevins, Arkansas FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOP formerly of Texarkana. "LATEST STYLES" Register lor Free Prizes- owner & Operator Mrs. R.F. Hooker :PHONE: 874-2751 ' '. ; 5-28-4tp 50. Building Supplies -AT- DAVIS DISCOUNT 500 S. Walnut PR7-6633 5-27-6tc 21. Used Cars Foster Realty Co., Inc. East Third Phone PRospect 7-4601 81. Help Wanted Female 00. Greenhouses »»«»• «••**»*• ** **«»**«*«**** WRIGHT'S QBEENHQUSES , . , Toniatoeg up* rjpenlng, VJne rtyeuei exceUeat quality. Available at the greeoJjouses at Rocky Mound, §«$} lo most local grocery stores, Also Crape Myrtles, fwd pay Li\, to« for gale, Visitors 107, L PUTPS, AU you can lor $8 ( QD/ KiW's Cafe *$ WOULD YOU? Uke to own your own L> dies Apparel Shop? Oppoy, tunJty available tor women with sales experience and wiJUagness to work. Nationally known lines of raerchan. (Use ON CONSIGNMENT. no investment until sold, Smai) capital investment for fixtures. Nations largest franchised ladles apparel chain with nearly 600 stores across the nation, 32 now in Arkansas and growing every may be the opportunity YOU nave been locking tor! For details Contact: Mr. J. T. Cotner 309 Fausett Plaza Bldg. Mttie Rock, Ark. 72205 Mo. 6-5798 _ _ 5-21-tf KNOW THE ANGLES! LET US CUE YOU IN ON SOME OF THE SAVINGS WE HAVE AT HOPE AUTO CO. * CUES * 1967 Galaxie 500, 4-door, hardtop, low mileage, Fully loaded, Power and air conditioned $2795,00 1967 Galaxie 500, 4«k>or sedan, Fully loaded, power and air conditioned ,,,» $2495,00 1966 Fairlane 500, 4<door, eight cylinder, eruise«,matic. Radio and heater. White side wall tires.... $1650,00 J964 Galaxie 500, 2<k>or, hardtop, cruise^-matic, radio and heater, air conditioned, white side wall tires 1965 Fairlaiie 500,' idooVJ eight cylinder, automatic transmission, Radio and heater $1395,00 HOPE AUTO CO. NORTH * J 10 9 7 65 ¥43 • 72 + 1084 WEST *A83 VKJ962 EAST VQ8 *Q85 4KJ104 #Q6 #K J732 SOUTH (D) ¥ A 10 7 5 • A963 + A95 East-West vulnerable West North East South 1N.T. Pass 2 4k Pass 2 N. T. Pass 3 4k Pass 3 N. T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—¥ 6 Partnership confidence is a wonderful thing. You assume .that any time your partner makes a bid he has the values to warrant it. That part is easy. It is far more difficult ,when you have a good hand . to realize that once you have showjt! 7 your good hand.by bidding "you can rely on your partner to make full allowance for your hand. In other words, once you have shown your full strength there is no need for you to continue after partner has indicated he has no interest in going part score to game or from game to a slam. The defense slipped a trifle against today's three no- trump contract. West held off twice when spades were led. he had no way to be sure that South did not have a third spade and he wanted to keep the suit from ever developing. South made two spades and his own three aces and was only down four tricks. North asked why South hadn't let him play the hand in spades. South replied that if North only held the ace of spades three no-trump would have made. North said, "If I had had six spades to the ace-jack I would have been fully aware of them!" South pointed out that North would have been down one at three spades. North said, "You should have trusted my judgment and passed at two spades." He was right. They were playing that a two spade, heart or diamond response to a no-trump opening was a sign-off but South contended he had a full 17 points, three aces and the king and queen of spades for his no-trump. South also should have known that his partner had heard the opening bid. This hand shows one advantage of the Jacoby transfer. Playing that convention, North would have responded two hearts. South would have bid two spades and would have been mighty sad when North passed, but mighty happy when he saw the dummy. Q— The bidding has been: West North East South Pass 3 A Pass ? You, South, hold: 4108765 94K04 What do you do? 4— Bid four spades. There I* no reason to show your heart suit because you have no interest in a slam and the »pade« are fotaf to be satisfactory as trump. 320 West 2nd Hope, Arfc, 'S QUESTION Instead of bidding three- spades your partner responds one no-trump to your spade opening. What do you do in this case? Answer Tomorrow THE DOCTOR SAYS HOP6 Star Emotions Play Big Part In Your General Health By WAYNE 6. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Hate has been called the . Q-What causes.the lung most formidable of all the i 18 ®?" f fal i?l"S fm emotions. It is as old as Cain g™ does it differ-from emend Abel. That it has a direct physema? What can be done effect on your health cannot lor , u ; , , be denied. "Hate is as destruc- , A tive as love is creative but, ring I believe you are refer- to the Hamman-Rich unfortunately, it is in much syndrome, a condition of un- greater supply. When an in- known cause which is charac- Fant enters this world, his terized by the development of greatest need is love. Some scar tissue in the lungs. Al- philosophers maintain that he though scarring is also asso- learns hatred later as a result ciated with emphysema, the of mounting frustrations or chief characteristic of the careful teaching; others believe that he has an inborn latter is a valvelike obstruction that prevents the air hatred of his surroundings at from leaving the terminal air sacs in the lungs and the consequent ballooning of these sacs. Drugs of the cortisone type have been helpful in the birth and must learn by slow, painful stages to control his aggressions and channel them into constructive actions. In any event, hate is a sign of emotional immaturity. Fear and hate are closely related in that both cause violent acceleration of the heart beat, diverting the blood from the internal organs to the muscles in preparation for fight or flight, and an increase in the rate of breathing and sweating. Sadistic pranks, "practical jokes," obscene telephone calls and vandalism are all varied expressions of hate. On a wider scale, prejudice directed against minority groups (and who among us does not belong to a minority group of some kind?) is a form of hate that is fostered in the home or grows out of a sense of insecurity. Although it is not the sole cause of the following, a state of chronic hatred can eventually lead to a dangerously high blood pressure, tension headaches and peptic ulcers. Some authorities believe that, in some persons, arthritis can be caused or aggravated by hate. Having tried both love and hate, I can say unequivocally that love is better. THE I FAMILY' LAWYER JL Taming the Kidnapper Of all the agonies inflicted upon the family of a kidnap victim, probably the worst is the fear that harm will befall their loved one. To stay the kidnapper's hand, the Federal Kidnapping Act — and some state kidnap laws as well— impose a milder penalty on the kidnapper if he releases the victim unharmed. What does that mean? What kind of "harm" are these laws talking about? Obviously there is harm indicted, calling for the heavier penalty, when the victim has been subjected to a deliberate beating or a criminal assault. Likewise, a court held that harm treatment of the Rich syndrome. Po//f/co/ Hamman- had been inflicted when two women and a child were locNed in a small, overheated closet, and later bound hand and foot with ropes and wire. On the other hand, when the only injury was that the kidnapper had gripped the victim's arms hard enough to hurt, the court refused lo impose the heavier penalty. "Such trivial injury," said the judge, "is not sufficient to constitute bodily harm." Suppose the injury is indeed serious, but—rather than being inflicted by the kidnapper—is the result of the victim's own attempt to escape. Does that kind of an injury "count" against (he kidnapper? The court said yes in one case, in which a girl was hurt when she jumped from a moving car. The court reasoned that, since the kidnapper had been threatening to assault her, the dangers of an attempted flight could fairly be attributed to him. But in another case, where no threats of harm preceded the escape attempt, the court ruled that the resulting injury could not justify a heavier penalty against the kidnapper. It may seem strange lo draw such careful distinctions in judging someone as reprehensible as a kidnapper. Yet, afler all, the law's purpose is not to do the kidnapper any favors but to reduce the danger to his victim. This can be achieved only if the kidnapper has reason lo believe that, if he goes easier on (he victim, the law will go easier on him. Au American Dor A*Muiutiou public service feature by Will Bernard. <t> 1V68 American Bar Association 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. W. H. "DUB" ARNOID For Representative ARTHUR L. STRECH TALBOT FEILD, JR. WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Gen. Custer and 273 of his men were wiped out in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876~but one living creature did survive the massacre, The World Almanac notes. Though wounded three times, Coma n c h e, the horse of Capt. Myles Keogh, lived. Tenderly cared for by the men of the 7th Cavalry, Comanche lived to be 28 years old. SHORT RIBS 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 35 Per Year, Office only . . 18.20 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, Pike, and Clark Counties — One Month 1.20 Three Months 2.90 Six Months 5.25' One Year 10.00 AH 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 io.60 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months 6.75 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 Popular Av., Memphis, Term., 38111; 960 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. By FRANK O'NEAL VOU'R£ A IWO-FA^P STICKS ANP STCWK MAV SPEAK MY BONBS-" — BUT NAMES WILL NEVER HU/2TME. Answer to Previout Puzxle 1 Andean river 6 State flower of New Mexico 11 Interstice 13 Instrument of discipline 14 One who puts on cargo 15 Haver 10 Danish county 17 Fish 19 Philippine peasant 20 Swiss mountain 22 Coterie 23 Number 24 Ancient country 26 Distant 27 Organ of hearing 28 Hiatus 29 Fairy fort 30 Exist 31 Color 32 Embellish 34 Weight of India 35 Feminine title (ab.) 36 Observe 38 Chemist's workroom (coll.) 39 Also 40 Little (Scot.) 42 Depreciated 45 Exalted in spirit 48 Courage 49 Fastened with brads 50 Iron 51 Brain passages 1 Dining hall (Sp.) 2 Agreeable fragrance 3 Tidily 4 Old weight for wool 5 Malt brew 6 Affirmative 7 Footed vase 8 Coast Guard vessel 9 Unsoiled 10 Go by aircraft 12 Those who get up from sleep 13 Chafe 18 Low haunt 21 Paving device 23 Small candles 25 Female servant 2G Gambling game 28 American statesman (1788-1858) 31 Deduction 32 Arnold (ab.) 33 Cuddle up 34 Swordlike weapon 35 Manufac- tured 37 Turkish title (var.) 38 Light-producing devic< 41 Puts to 43 Streets 44 Certain railroads (ab.) 4fl Burmese Mongoloid 47 Islet in a river

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