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i'n(jr> Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CHECK TODAY'S WANT ADS For Used Cars, Furmtur. Bargains, Food Treats and Houses For Sale Thursday, Jwrte IS, WANT AD RATES All Wont Ads are payable In advance but ad will be accepted over the telephone and accomoda- tion accounts allowed wlrh fhs understanding the account Is payable when statement Is rendered. One Thres Six On* Day Days Dayi Mo. .65 1.50 2.25 fi.50 .85 .00 .10 .30 5.00 ;4.00 5.50 15.50 Number of Wordi Up <o 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 Initials of .50 .60 .80 ono 1.80 220 2.40 2.70 3.20 3.40 3.70 2.75 8.00 3.20 9.50 3.60 11.00 4.10 12.50 6.00 17.00 or more letters, group of figures os house or telephone numbers count os one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time .... 90c per Inch per day 3 Times .... 75c per inch per day *• Times .... 65c per inch par day STANDING CARD ADS $15.00 per inch per month Rates quoted above are for coo- 'ecutive insertions. Irregular or iklp date ads will toke the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right fo revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising lub- mit'ed. The Hope Star will not be respon- tlble for errors jn Want Ads unless errors arc colled to our attention offer FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 5 - Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6771. 6 - Insurance OUTBOARD MOTOR & BOAT INSURANCE No Deductible Upto20h.p 21 toSOh.p ......... 5% Over 50 h.p ..... 5Y 2 % With S25 Deductible Deduct 1% from figures listed above Rov Anderson Insurance Aaencv Hope — Ph. 7-3481 5-2-tf ROACH INSURANCE AGENCY 108 East Third, Phone 7-4581. Insurance at a savings to policy holders. 1-25-tf tO€K-BOTTOM 'RATES Call: Bob Lewis SUn nm MT«I>-< SW* Farm UTOIMNU._ 7.4335 6-2-1-moc 29 - Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. . Sales and service, repairs on any' make machine. Dial 7-6713. n-ao-tf 34 - Slaughtering Processing RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. ll.tf CUSTOM Slaughtering, Beef or pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact Barry's Grocery, 7-4404. 7-29-tf WE ARE dressing poultry, processing beef and pork, for everyone. Call MOORE BROS. 7-4431. 8-19-tf 40 - Livestock FOR SALE: Breeding bulls, stock cows, milch cows. We buy and sell all kinds livestock, Claud Sutton, Ray Lawrence. Trading lot at residence on Rosston Rd. FOR SALE: Two family cows with calves. Dial 7-2040 after 3:30. 646-3tp 25 - Furniture & Appliances Used And Repossessed Merchandise Kelvinator Electric Range Used only as demonstrator 149,95 Brand New 1960 model 1 ton 115 V. Admiral AIR CONDITIONERS Only 2 left! 5 year warranty $174.50 ea. GE Automatic Ironer, like new $35.00 5 Piece DINETTE $32.00 One 3-Pc. French Provincial BEDROOM SUITE Like new $97.50 2 Piece Living Room SUITE $79,50 1 Plyhide RECLINER ,$29.50 BAKER'S EASY PAY STORE 214 E. 2nd Dial 7-2723 5-20-tf APPLIANCE CO. 1. Walnut 7-2121 TRACTOR WORK: Plowing, disc- ing, mowing, pasture clipping and general work. See Mike Snyker, Hotel Snyker, Dial 73721. 5-29-lmop 34A-Locker Rentals Rent a FROZEN FOOD LOCKER • Low Rates • Convenient Location Hope Locker Plant 417 S. MoinSr. Dial 7-4281 6-6-lmoc 35 - Form Products FOR SALE: Irish potatoes 3c lb., Golden Bantam sweet corn 30c dozen. Ray Dern Box 44, Rocky Mound Road, at the Duroc Ho" Ranch. fi-l6-3tc 46 - Services Offered FOR PASTURE clipping call Larry Moore, 7-3853. Good tractor, new bush hog and want to work.' 5-25-tf Let us make your refrigerator, deep freeze and metal cabinets look like new with our modern spray paint process. Appliances need not be moved from home. Call Jim Cook, 7-3554. 6-12-6tc 36A - Food FEATURING Toasted Hamburger Buns with all the trimmings . . . ONLY 25c No extra charge if you desire MEAT. KING'S (Formerly King's Drive In) 5-5-tf 49A - General Construction Poultry Houses Low Priced — Quality Constructed Laying houses and other farm buildings. Call ODOM'BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION CO. 7-3959 G-14-Btp 54A - Tractor Work 58A - Pest Control TERMITES? Col! BRUCE TERMINIX Complete Pest Control Service HOPE BUILDERS SUPPLY Dial 7-2381 8-30-tf 69-Truck Rentals RENT a new truck for moving furniture, etc. Local or long distance. All furniture pads, dollies and loading equipment furnished. AVIS Rent-A-Truck, at PERRY'S TRUCK STOP, Hwy. 67 East, Dial 7-9974. 3-2-tf 88 - New Cars 1961 SAVOY Plymouth • Forclor • Brand New • Never Been Registered Will Sell at a Large Discount DAVIS PONTIAC CO. Hope, Ark. 6-14-3tc 47 - Repair Service 53 - Gardening HEADQUARTERS FOR more and better Daylilies. See them blooming. The Arthur Gray Flower Gardens, Ozan. 6-12-7tp 21 - Used Cors 21 - Used Con USED CARS 1960 FORD Foirlone 2-door 6 cylinder, radio, heater .................... $1495 1960 FALCON 2-door clean, low mileage ........................ $1495 1957 FORD Country Sedan 8 cylinder, fordomotic, radio, heater, oir conditioned ............................ $1195 1956 FORD Fairlane 4-door new reconditioned engine, fordomatic, radio, heater .................................... $595 HOPE AUTO CO. There's no "horseplay" going on here. Our mechanics are busy giving every customer personal specialized auto service. WYLIE GLASS PR 7 2786 *. PR 7 220 W. Stcond Dial 7-237! 62 - Barber Service NEW AND MODERN, Perry's Barber Shop at Perry's Truck Stop, Highway 67 East is now open. Hours are !) a.m. to 9 p.m. evory clny except Sunday, Delmer Pipkin, bnrber. 5-26-tf 73 - Wonted To Buy NOTICE Top prices paid for persimmon and gum timber. Contact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 3-9-t.f 82 - Mole or Female Help Wonted WANTED: Survey worker over 21, Must have car to work in Hope and Prescolt. Prefer experience in meeting public. Dial 7-25150 Friday 9 until 11 a. m. G-lG-ltp 90 - For Sole HOBBY and craft supplies — instruction — Make your own foam rubber purse, mosaics, plastic plants, flowers, Mrs, J. M. Walker, % mile from Blevins on the McCaskill Highway. 5-31-lmoc Gallon of Coke, Root Beer or Dr. Pepper, 75c. Container furnished Enough for 16 large glasses. Ideal for picnic or large gathering. KING'S West Third. 5-lC-tf 93 - houses. Unfurnished FOR RENT: Four room brick house with bath. Water and lights furnished. $30, month. Apply Antique Shop in Emmet. 6-13-3tp 94 - Apartments, Furnished FOR RENT: To couple, three room furnished cottage apartment. All newly decorated. 917 West Gth. Dial 7-4345. 6-lG-Gtc 103-House Trailers FOR SALE: 58 model 3G Ft. house trailer, air conditioned, central heat, two bedrooms, full bath, completely furnished. Dial 7-4242. fi-14-tf Will Ask for Rehearing on Omnibus Bil! By JOHN R. STARR LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gov. Orval E. Faubus said today his attorneys will ask the Arkansas Supreme Court to reconsider its decision invalidating the 1961 omnibus law. • "Because there were five opinions from the seven members of the court on the act and since the matter was decided by the narrowest, margin, 43, attorneys will file a petition for rehearing" Faubus said in a brief prepared state ment. "Under the circumstances, the court should properly take another close look, a long, close look, at the case and the pleadings that will be filed." There were three dissenting opin ions and one concurring opinion in addition to the majority opinion when the court ruled the $14.5 million appropriation law unconsti tutional June 5. The court now in summer recess, will reconvene June 23 to hear petitions for rehearing. Last day for filing a rehearing petition will be June 22, the day before the court meets. Faubus said he did not know on what basis attorneys would ask for a rehearing. "That's a matter to be determined by th elawyers," he said. Faubus has said he will call a special session of the Legislature to. reappropriate money from the omnibus law, but he said he won't call the Legislature back until aft a June 27 vote on his companion $60 million state bond issue. Faubus said he was not ready today to give any indication of a date for a special sesssion.- He has said the fate of the bond issue will determine what action he asks from any special session. Pulaski County Rep. J. H. Cottrell Jr. filed the suit which re- sultee in invalidation of the omnibus law. Man Killed in Texorkono Wreck TEARKANA, Tex. (AP)—A 21- year-old Little Rock man was killed today when his car collided with a loaded lumber truck. Officers said the impact scattered wreckage over several hundred feet of Highway 67. The body of David Izard was found at the edge of the highway. A sister told officers he had just graduated from the Itaiversily of Few Facts About Life in Arkansas By BOB HARING Associated Press Staff Writer . The world has lots of honest people, but some of them, take their time about demonstrating it. Just last week conscience caughl up with two Arkansas newspaper readers—and both tffe Joncsboro Sun and Hot Springs Son-tinel-Recorcl profited. They didn't profit much, though. A letter to the Sun contained a dollar and this note: "Way back- when your paper was 50 cents a monl'h wo moved out of town and get behind two months with you. We had no intention of cheat- ins you out of the money but just never got around to payng you, so here it is" Sun staffers say it's been 20 years since the paper sold for 50 cents a month. The Sentinel-Record fared somewhat better. It got $2 from a man who said he'd owed it for 1C years and had just happened to remem-i her the debt. Both debtors apologized for the delay. Tho loss of Cut and Shoot, Tex., •is Lawrence County's gain. Professional boxer Roy Harris, who made Cut and Shoot a sports byword a few years back when he Crated as a heavyweight challenger, has bought a 1,100-acre farm •between Imboclon and Smithville. Harris, who lost to Floyd Patterson in a heavyweight title fight in 1958, is still boxing. A Russellvillc Jaycee who's also involved in an english class attended a meeting the other day at. which plans for a beauty pa- gent were discussed. This man listened to the entry requirements, then inquired: "I'm about to flunk English, but I've got a beautiful teacher, an I nominate her?" Russellvillc also has some people who may be wandering around with diamonds they think are only rhinestones. A grocery store put three diamonds and 6,000 rhinestones in a fish bowl and invited pajsv/sby to take their choice. All three diamonds are gone.but only one person has taken advantage of an offer to have the diamonds mounted at a jewelry store. So two people may find that these "rhinestones" really are diamonds. Don Peters and Sonny Wayland have of Newport a new pet—a month-old doe they rescued during a rainstorm. They were driving with Miss Lorita Ireland when the deer bounded under their car, stopped temporarily, to take shelter from the rain. The boys took her home and made arrangements to get a permit to keep her. And they're proud of their catch —the other day they paraded it through downtown Newport. Gov. Wants to Hear From Home County LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Gov. Orval E. Faubus said today he wants to hear from Madison County political leaders before deciding whether to call a special election to fill a legislative vacancy. If Faubus sets a date, it prob^ ably will coincide with a statewide special election June 27 on a $60 million bond proposal. When Faubus announced the bond election date, he said he also would set that date for an election to name a successor to Rep, A. C. Mowrey Jr. of Madison County. Mowrey resigned to take a federal job. Faubus has set that date for election of a replacement for Conway County Rep. Clay Brazil, who died during'the 1961 session. In discussing the Madison County election today, Faubus said, You've got to remember, we have a two-party county up there." When newsmen asked if that meant he felt a Republican might win a special election, Faubus just grinned. Madison County's top political leader is Faubus, whose home is the county seat, Huntsville. Arkansas and was planing to enter a seminary. The truck driver, Hayden Kennon, 34, of Ashdown, Arfc., escaped injury. Kennon was bound toward Dallas and Izard apparently was returning from Dallas. The Negro Community Calendar Of B»«nt» The 4-H County Council will sponsor a benefit social at Yerger High School Gymnasium Thurs- clay June 15, at 8 p. m. Come out ami have a night of enjoyment, fun, and dancing. Admission 35C. The S. t, Boycf Consistory No. 201 Will hold it's regular meeting Thursday night, June 15 at 8 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Dr. 1. W. Williamson, C. in C. There will be a welner roast at the City Park Thursday night June 15, at 7 o'clock. Everyone is invited. There win ne a wo'mer roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Alvin Nelson Saturday night June 17. A hen and a cake will be given to the person holding the lucky ticket. There will be an old fashioned Dar-B-Q at Burton's Confectionary Highway 29, Blevins, Friday and Saturday June'16 and 17. Music, recreation, refreshments. The public is invited. The Gospelaires of Hope .will appear at St. Peter C. M. E. Church, Ozan, Arkansas Sunday night June 18. There will be a "Lucky Couple" party given at the J&E Rivera Tuesday night June 20, featuring the "Pony Dance" contest. Winners of this contest will be given a week's pass to all regular park activities including a Big League baseball game. Admission lOc and 15c. Baseball At City Park The City' Park Eagles will play the Queen City Teams Friday night June 16, at 8 o'clock. Admission 25c and 50c. On Sunday, June 18, at 2 p. m., the : City Park Eagles will play the undefeated Arkadelphia Red Sox. Admission, 25c and SOc. Big June 19th Celebration At City Park Saturday June 17th: Activities from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Free: Little League baseball, basketball, archery, hovse shoe and many other activities. All Day Activities Free Night Activities start at 6 p. m. Schedule: 6 p. m. to 7 p. m. — Recreation period. 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. — Boxing and barbell lifting. 8 p. m. to 10 p. m. — Baseball City Park Eagles vs. Queen City Texans. 10 p. m. — until—Big Dance Adult Dance at Calvin Douglas Place, Youth Dance at Youth Center Adm. Adult 75c, Youth 35c for all activities including the dance. Holiday Excursion Plan now to enjoy yourself on the 19th of June by taking a bus trip to Hot Springs, Ark., for only $1.50 round trip. The bus will leave McWashington's Grocery at 6 a. m. Contact Mrs. Olena Collins at the home of Ray Patterson. Coming And Going 1 Richard Cox the son of Mr. and •Mrs. G. L. Cox and a recent graduate of Yerger High School, left Sunday, June-11. for Richmond, Calif., where he will enter Contra-Costa College. Funeral Funeral service for Dr. J. L. Swift will be held Friday, June 16, at 4 p. m. from Bethel A. M. •E. Church. Interment in Scott's Memorial Gardens. Hicks Funeral Home, Inc., in charge. Moon Trip Will Cost Cask, Lives LOS ANGELES (AP)-A government official says landing a manned spacecraft on the moon will cost about $10 billion—plus a lot of human lives. Trevor Gardner, chairman of the Air Force Space Study Committee, told a science meeting Tuesday: "I'm sure we are going to kill a lot of men in this business. But it's like testing high speed aircraft in which, men have died. The risks are there and they have to be faced." Gardner, assistant secretary of the Air Force in 1955-56, also told a joint meeting of the Aerospace Sciences and the American Rocket Sciety: "I am sure we can win the race if we are prepared to pay the price." lint y City M«yor JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) Thomas Gangemi, backed by the strong Hudson County Democratic organization of John V. Kenny, was elected mayor of Jersey City in Tuesday's runoff election. Gangemi, Hudson County supervisor, piled up 57,927 votes to defeat Parks Director Bernard J. Berry who collected «,277 with all 231 districts reporting. -40 m Matter mm ef nttirt te&t CHANGE fN f AffM VALUE OF FOODS Ml49i»\m . ^ ALlttUlfJ . "- n" -"-- .-- *T _"*"" VEGETABLES. .&*» - IASKET "*MEAf ' , ..,. PRODUCTS BAKERY AND CEREAL PRODUCTS •ANO£GG$' FATS' , AND OILS SIX DOWN, ONE tP-'I'riw* Mttlvcd fey formers decltaerl during much of the last decide. Result: reduction of If per cent in farm value of a' family market basket of farm foods. Mafketmg tharge increases tipped price to con- 1 SVBieri. Farmer got note on fruits and vegetables only. 40 20 -20 ftt Market tnktt «f term ftodi CHANGE IN RETAIL COST E*«NT 194749 to 1*0 AND EGGS FATS AND OILS FIVE UP, TWO MWN—Though farm values declined for " ct groups in ttte consumer's market basket (except . and vegetables), for a decade, marketing charged brought retail costs higher fW all but poultry and eggs, fate and oils. Bale: .1952 purchase of urban families. UNLUCKY?—Well; it it in a sense, .because ,the air mail rate has gone up. This 13-center will be used to some inter* national points after June 28. Steel Has Rocky Path this Winter By SAM DAWSON AP Bu s ins"s News. Analyst NEW York ((AP)-The steel industry has more to worry about today than just the impact of summer heat and lethargy on its fledgling recovery. Its bookkeeping department-are saying that steel prices have to rise because costs are going up, especially after a wage hike com" ing in October. : But its sales departments are busy handling a wave of price cutting. New orders make production prospects for August look pretty good, but July seems sure to slump as usual. Foreign steel imports .are a thorn in the side. Domestic customers are demanding concessions and shopping around until they get them. '•> And the recent increase in new orders for the steel mills -hasn't changed this noticeably. ' ' As if all this isn't confusing enough, Washington rumbles with vague threats of investigating any concerted price hiking moves. A number of steel executives have been stressnig the pressure for higher prices. The talk coincided with a pickup in output after a long period of operating at half of capacity. Steel management says the price[iij;i}e<i4ed to offset the scheduled increase in labor costs. But customers point out that wages went up last December, too, and prices didn't—steel demand and, output were slim then, and competition keen. The price rise, top executives stress, is also needed to combat thin profit margins, so that the industry will have funds for plant improvements, and expansion when needed. But while all the talk has been going on, price cutting has been Press Women tff Hold Convention LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Womc writers and editors 'from throng out the country were arriving Little Rock today for the annu convention of the National Fcder tio'n of Press Women. A board meeting was set for th afternoon, and convention t^ine; meetings and workshops sta Thursday. The convention will end Frida but some of the delegates plan remain for an Arkansas tour Sa ursday. spreading among some steel pro nets. Two weeks ngo quotations wei slashed on stainless steels/The the. cost of pipes used by oil con panies was cut. Now some con panics are dropping their pric lists on bars used to rcinfon concrete. They say they mu meet the lower prices of import an increasing competition in number of steel products. These above board instances price cutting following a period unpublicized price shading of ai other sort. Customers ha getting some steel products belo list prices of the major companii by shopping around—whethi from small domestic mills eag< to get or maintain full productioi or from the foreign mills that CE deliver specific steel produc here at well below the offici domestic prices. . Some customers have been gc ting concessions by inclucintmil to give them better grade* st priced as lower grade. Othei have cut their production cos by finding ways to make low grade steel do. J c Legal Notice IN THE CHANCERY COURT ( HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS ^ ODESSA MOORE GRISSETT, Plaint! VS. JOHN HENRY GRISSETT, Defcnda NO. 8423 WARNING ORDER The defendant, JOHN HENP GRISSETT, is hereby warned appear, in this Court within thir (•30) days and answer HIA coi plaint of plaintiff, OBEi MOORE GRISSETT, WITNESS my hand as Clei and the seal of this Court, tl 14 day of June, 1961. Jamie Russell, Clerk By Katherine B. Lauterba D. C. <SEAL) June 15, 22, 29, July 6 1961 S!

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