Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 21, 1961 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 21, 1961
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Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, Jutte 21, SELL FRESH FARM PRODUCTS; FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, POULTRY AND MEATS WANT AD RATFJS All Want Mi are payable In advance but ad will be icc«pt»d over the telephone and accnmoda- tlon accounts allowed with tha understanding the account Is payable when statement ll rendered. Number of Wordf Up to IS 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 Initials of One Thre* Six On* Day Doy> Doyi Mo. .65 1.50 2.25 6.50 8.00 9.50 2.75 3.20 .... 3.60 11.00 4.10 12.50 5.00 i4.00 5.50 15.50 6.00 17.00 .8? 1 .80 1.00 220 1.10 2.40 1.30 2.70 1.50 3.20 1.60 3.40 1.80 3.70 _... inmuis of one or more letters, group of figures os house or telephone numbers count as one word, CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 7 Time .... 90s per Inch per day 3 Times .... 75c per Inch per day « Times .... 6Sc per inch per day STANDING CARD ADS 915.00 per inch per month Ro4es quoted above are for eof>- 'tcutl'e insertions. Irregular or iklp Jate ads will take the one-day rote. All daily classified advertising copy Dill be accepted until 5 p.m. for ublication the The publishe revise or edit all fered for publication and to reject eny objectionable advertising «ut> mltted. , The rtipe Star will not be respon- tlble for errors jn Want Ads unless •rrors ore colled to our attention offer FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 .. publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right to advertisements of 5 - Funeral Director! AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-ffT7». M-tt 6- Insurance OUTBOARD MOTOR & BOAT INSURANCE No Deductible Upto20h.p 4]/2% 21 toSOh.p 5% Over 50 h.p 5Y 2 % With $25 Deductible Deduct 1% from figures listed above Roy Anderson Insurance Agency 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 BOCK-BOTTOM RATES Call: Bob Lewis 7-4335 6-2-l-moc 19 - Motor Scooters FOR SALE: Cushman Eagle Scooter. Call Johnny Anthony 75550. 215 East 15th. 6-19-6tp 21 - Used Cors 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 CONDITIONER Only 1 left! 5 year warranty $174.50 5 Piece DINETTE $32.00 2 Piece Living Room SUITE $79.50 RECLINER $19.50 GAS RANGE Excellent Condition, with griddle $49.50 Norge automatic WASHER, like new $98.00 Ward BEDROOM SUITE, like new $99.50 BAKER'S EASY PAY STORE 214 E. 2nd Dial 7-2723 5-20-tf 36A - Pood FEATURING Toasted Hamburger Buns , with all the trim-' mings . . . ONLY 25c No extra charge if you desire MEAT. KING'S (Formerly King's Drive In) 5-5-tf 46-Services Of fered FOR PASTURE clipping call Larry Moore, 7-3853. Good tractor, new bush hog and want to work. 5-25-U YOUR REFRIGERATOR painted painted right where it stands for only $10.00. Call Jim Cook, 7-3554. G-19-Ctc 95 - Apartments, Unfurnished FOR RENT: Unfurnished three room apartment, large yard • Call 7-2307. $35 month. 6-19-etp 103-House Trailers FOR SALE: 58 model 36 Ft. house trailer, air conditioned, central heat, two bedrooms, full bath, completely 7-4242. furnished. Dial *-i4-tr Young Foubus Doesn't Draw Opposition By WICK TEMPLE HUNTSVILLE, Ark. (AP)-Parroll Faubus. 22, politically a carbon copy of his controversial fa- The Negro Community •Mhtr HIM* M«7t *r 7-HT4 Wednesday Every Wednesday night is park night at City Park. All kinds of recreational activities along with baseball, baseball, boxing, and all pony league kinds of latest 54A - Tractor Work TRACTOR WORK: Plowing, disc- ing, mowing, pasture clipping and general work. See Mike Snyker," Hotel Snyker, Dial 73721. 5-29-lmop 58A - Pest Control APPLIANCE CO. i. Walnut 7-2121 6-15-6tc 34 - Slaughtering Processing RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. CUSTOM Slaughtering, Beef or pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact Barry's Grocery, 7-4404, 7-29-tf dressin 8 Poultry, processing beef and pork, for everyone. Call MOORE BROS. 7-4431 TERMITES? Coll BRUCE TERMINIX Complete Pest Control Service HOPE BUILDERS SUPPLY Dial 7-2381 l-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. 8-2-tf record for your entertainment. Everyone come on out and have a good time. Time 7:30 p. m. Roscoc Smith, Supervisor of Recreation. Calendar- Of Events The Southwest District Con- jress Chorus will meet for rehearsal at Munns Chapel Bap- 1st Church, Prcscott, Ark. Thursday, June 22, at 7:30 p. m. Big Celebration At City Park Saturday, June 24 All day activities from 9 a. m. 'til 5 p. m. free, except swimming. Schedule: (night) 6-7, recreation period; 7-8, boxing and barbell lifting; 8-10, baseball game, City Park Eagles vs Texarkana Bears. 10 p. m. big dance- adult dance, Calvin Douglas' Place-Youth dance, Youth Center, Park. Admission, 75c; youth 35c. This fee admits you to all activities including the dance. Roscoe Smith, Supervisor of Recreation. Personal Mention 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, 7Sc. Container furnished Enough for 16 large glasses Ideal for picnic or large gathering. KING'S West Third. 5-16-tl /-*rtt>Z. •— — 8-19-tf IMPORTED MECHANICAL clou- FOR SALE: Clean '54 Ford 4- door, Fordomatic, power steering good motor tires. See Jimmy Easterling. Telephone 7-2993. 6-19-3tp 29 - Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING MACHINE 00. Sales and service, repairs on any make machine. Dial 7-6713. u-ao-tf 35A - Hay FOR SALE: Good grass hay. Contact Wayne Camp at 7-3620. 6-19-6tc 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 S-13-U 34A-Locker Rentals Rent a FROZEN FOOD LOCKER • Low Rates • Convenient Location Hope Locker Plant 417 S. Main St. Dial 7-4281 6-6-lmoc WANTED TO RENT: 3 or 4 bed- Write 62 - Barber Service NEW AND MODERN, Perry's Barber Shop at Perry's Truck Stop, Highway 67 East is now open. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day except Sunday. Delmer Pipkin, barber. 5-26-tf 73 - Wonted To Buy NOTICB Top prices paid for per. simmon and gum timber. Con tact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 3-9-tf 21 - Used Cors 21 - Used Cors USED (ARS I960 FORD Fairlone 2-door 6 cylinder, radio, heater $1495 1960 FALCON 2-door clean, low mileage $1495 1957 FORD Country Sedan 8 cylinder, fordomatic, radio, heater, air conditioned $1195 1956 FORD Fairlane 4-door "~"~ new reconditioned engine, fordomatic, radio, heater $595 HOPE AUTO CO. 220 W. Stcond Dial 7-2371 from every blade. T ____ postpaid or send card for COD shipment. Moneyback Guar- Dr. and Mrs. L. VV. Williamson Central High School. of Washington, Ark,, returned home Monday from East St. Louis 111., where he was guest speaker at a Men's Day Program Sunday, June 18, 11 a. m. They were entertained at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. M. T-. Draper, Mr. and Mrs. J .S., Stuart, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernori Green. Orval E. Faubus, Is politics at the grass thcr. Gov. diving into roots level. Young Faubus, a first-year law student at the University of Arkansas, is the only candidate for state representative from Madison County in a June 27 special election. He filed ?,0 minutes before the Saturday noon deadline. There could be a write-in candidate, but Fan-ell doesn't expect one. "But I'm going to campaign just as if I had an opponent," said the vigorous, husky young man. "I'm going to get out and shake hands and talk to people, beginning today." The governor said he had neither encouraged nor discouraged his son. "But he's wanted to go into politics," Faubus said. "He might as well get his feet wet." Farrell was born in mountainous Madison County (pop. 9,700) in northwest Arkansas and has lived here all his life. He was a star tackle on the Huntsville High School football team and has 10W as mucil as loia nim ... rncse worked as an advance publicity- next six months are gonig to be man in nil fniir nf his fn. u j u ,, e« f> <•« '^ Khrushchev was talking about Scrlin. Kennedy's .administration firei shot at Khrushchev, telling him .hat if he doesn't get. with it n he talks-in Geneva to agree on )anning nuclear tests; the Unitec ".tales will have to start testing. Honeymoon Is Over for the President By JAMES MAftLOW Associated Pr«s« News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - It was getting too Quiet around here, anyway. For his first five months in office President Kennedy had the usual tiuiet honeymoon period to catch his breath and get used to his job except for some interruptions like these The Cuban invasion disaster the decision to examine the Central Intelligence Agency,' the gradual loss of Laos, the call for an armistice in Laos which never really . came, the nuclear test talk.4 which'got nowhere, the day- by-day struggle in Congress to get his program through, the steady stream of visitors like British Prime Minister Mncmll- ]an< the stunning army takeover in Korea, the vist to Canada, the ences, and now the beginning of President de Gaulle of Prance and Premeir Khrushchev of Russia, his TV report to the nation on his journey, his news conferences, and now the beginning of his hard-hosed dealings with Khrushchev. .But the.honeymoon is over and before the end of l&l Kennedy probably will look back on his first five' months as the good old days. Over the weekend the Republi- :ans, who've been potshotting lini for months on domestic maters began aiming.a this conduct )f foreign affairs. And Khrushchev, extraordinary restrained through most of Kennedy's brief presidency, has now as much as told him "These man in all four of his father's successful gubernatorial campaigns. "My political views lino up with dad's," he said. "I have a political philosophy that says when you're elected by the people, you have to represent the people. "Even if you don't like what you have to do, if the people want you to do it, you must." The elder Paiibus said he was following the wishes of the people in 1957 when he called out National Guard troops to keep nine Negro students out of Little Rock U.S. May Be Set to Send Up Chimp By ROBERT MYERS HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii (AP) — Success of parachuting skindivers in recovering a Discoverer capsule ejected from We edged type precision razor space may mean the U.S. Air blade sharpener guarantees 100 Force is ready to put a- chimpan- ^K^,,OO r,.^ m o,, Q ,.,, MO^« 5395 zee into antee. The Pierce Loveland, Colorado. Company, The Air Force said it was thoroughly pleased with the recovery 91 - Wanted to Rent by a team of skindivers who e-19-3tp leaped 1,000 feet into the Pacific near Hawaii Sunday to retrieve an instrument-packed capsule. The data-gathering capsule was room home unfurnished. Box AWB, Hope Star. tf 93 - Houses, Unfurnished FOR RENT: Six room house, bath, on Old Highway 67 north of town. 7-3577. 6-19-3tC 47 - Repair Service EXPERT BODY WORK Not a Scratch Anywhere After Our Workmen - Are Finished YVYlif GLASS*, SAlVA(,t .Vu.n. Hk / 2786 0*"''' ejected from orbiting Disioverer XV after a space ride of 50 hours and 3 minutes. The skindivers and their prize were to be picked up by a U.'s! Navy destroyer today a d delivered to Pearl Harbor. The capsule will then be flown to Sunnyvale, Calif., for analysis of information it gathered while circling the earth. The Discoverer package fell north of the planned impait spot and waiting Air Force planes were unable to make an aerial catch, But that didn't dampen the Air Force's jubilation. "Recovery by the skin divers really worked," said a spokes man. "We know now we can get anything that comes back from space." Three skindivers, training for months for a chance at recovery, parachuted with a rubber life raft to take the capsule in tow. They rolled it into the raft and then inflated the boat. They when climbed aboard and settled down to wait the arrival of the destroy er Radford, scheduled to reach them about 12 noon EST. The recovery was the fifth sue cess in the Discoverer series Three earlier capsules were snagged by C119 Flying Boxcar, utilizing trapeze-like hooks and a fourth was fished out of the Pacific by a Pacific Missile Range telemetry ship. The capsule carried samples of metals to determine their ability and reaction in outer space. The specimens of gold, iron, bismuth titanium, cadmium, magnesium, YV11U j lLI nickel andtrytrium will be studied that is by Air Force scientists. Also aboard the 2, J 00-pound sat [ellite were three Geiger counters, to monitor cosmic radiation. Iron (to measure "other space phenom ena," ihe Air fwce said. President Eisenhower sent federal paratroopers to get them in, and the violence that followed made Faubus a world figur e. In those troubled days, Fan-oil was a student at Arkansas Tech in Russcllville, 75 miles away. He later attended Little Rock University,, then took two years of pre- law work at Arkansas before entering law school this year. He'll keep up his work at Fayetteville while he's representing Madison County in the legislature. "The only thing I'm worried about," Farrell said, "is that people may look at me as junior—as clad's son — and won't recognize any talents I have," Farrell will be filling out the unexpired term of A. C. Mowery, who resigned to become state di- •ector of the Federal Agricultural Stabilization . and Conservation Committee. His term will run un;il the fall of 1963. "That doesn't include any regu lar legislative sessions," Farrell said, "but most of the work of good representative is done outside the legislature." He will get his first legislative experience next month in a spe cial session on financing. It wai. made necessary when the state Supreme Court ruled unconstitu tion Gov. Faubus' $14.5 million omnibus construction, act. ;iFarrell'-'said he^yould like to be governor some (lay, but right now he's only interested in "this election." He doesn't know if he will run again in 1963—that wil depend on how law schoo is going. He had a C average to life in a hospital incubator to this semester and wants to get his day. The baby, three and hal degree in 2M> years. He talks of months premature, was bor one day setting up a law practice Saturday night to Frances Hoy Today American and Soviet •epresentativcs were .supposed to get together to lay plans for talks on disarmamnt. But since the Americans and Russians can't even agree on how each can be sure the other wonM chat— if .they -agree to stop nu clar. testing—it's a cinch they won't agree on disarmament That needs checking,- too. Thus Kennedy's-next six month in : the White House—besides his continuing struggle with Congress —will be a propaganda carniva on both sides, each blaming the other, for the sake of world opin ion, for not agreeing on practi cally' anything. If the .United States goes aheai with nuclear tests it will firs have to try to convince the work it was all brought about by Rus sian obstinacy. The Russians wil be, busy doing'the same on thei side. None of it may be very en lightening, and all of 'it will ,ge tiresome, and the only astonish ment'will be in the realizaton lookng back, that both sides wer comparatively quiet so long. . But the Berlin business probab ly will be tough, ugly and tense Khrushchev, who began talkin back in '198 about getting alHe troops out of West Berlin, can afford to keep on talking withou doing. He's set a deadline of si months for the doing. If the We doesn't budge andtfre Russian get tough, anything could happe although both sides probably hav too much sense to let it get ou tit hand. Tiny Baby Live* EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) A baby girl only seven inche long and weighing 24 ounces clun in Huntsville. "But there's a lot to be done in this county," he said. "We need some more highway work—we've always been a little behind. And there are other things." Farrell and his wife, the former Martha Jo Caldwell of Huntsville, have their home here. They were married 18 months ago, and have no children. The governor said one of Farrell's main worries was whether his candidacy would hurt his father politically. "I told him I don't think it will hurt any on a statewide basis," the governor said. "If more than one Democrat had run, it might have hurt our friends." "He talked with me about it, but it was his own idea and his decision," Faubus said. Both father and son have the middle name Eugene. 19, wife of a British army cor poral. The younger Faubus is well- liked in Madison County in his own right, said County Cl«rt Charley Whorton. "We fee] about Farrell the same way we feel about his dad." Whorton said. "And you know how Snow in ....... CATANIA, Sicily CAP) - Snow and microphone density guages fell today on sweltering Sicily's were attached outside the capsule 10,705 foot Ml. Etna. HaiJ also fell ••-"- • on villages at the foot of the great volcano during a suddeo Fttl THE 1HEUU. ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ vJ&ESSw HICISSTAtTAT flMINSTAUl* APPLIANCE REPAIR CO CUK ANCESTORS fatie* OMtoll, that limit* teen-anre* oonwr* to half m htiurr RickoverRaps Military Academies WASHINGTON , (SAP) - Vice dm. Hyman G.. Rickover says ingress ought ; to • consider abolishing. the service 'academies if drastic steps a re. not. taken immediately to 'improve them." The shaVp-tongued Rickover, an .nnapolis graduate, leveled • this and other blasts at: service prac- ices in secret testimony'last'May o the House Appropriations;Committee. His remarks were made iiiblic Sunday. Rickover lumped alb the .serv- ce academies in his.-general criti- ism but for the. most part confined his detailed comments to Annapolis and its products. The other services also withheld comment. The admiral did fire one direct Broadside at the 'Army's West 'oint in sarcastic discusson of an Army psychalrist's study.of why 10 many cadets, have to be dropped from the .corps; On the basis of the.psychiatrist's indings Rickover said, he doubts whether such military .leaders as Alexander the Great, Hannbal, Julius Caesar, Napoleon, George Washington, John Paul Jones, Ulysses Grant < or David; Farragut 'could have made the grade at West Point." Rickover said midshipmen at the Naval Academy'"are-a regimented group being trained for a Navy which no longer exists by officers, .many of whom do not <now the real needs of today's >Javy and who. are not aware that they don't know." The 61-year-old officer, no novice at treading, on the toes of service brass als ohad some larsh words for the way the Navy is run. If a business were operated the same way, he said, it would be ruined unless it had unlimited capital or employed damn good forger." As a start toward improving things, he advocated getting ri< of nearly one-third of- the Navy's officers. He also shocked the committee with the unusual statement tha he did not need any more money for nuclear reactors, wasn't ask ing for more'and might well be returning some funds previously made available. Rickover, who was in charge o the Navy project' which producec the first atomic-powered subma rine, Nautilus, is assistant chie of the .Bureau, of Ships fp^NueJea Propulsions ;4fe.! jafs^ppfe^sV*'Wie Atomic? Energy Comrnlssioh's-na- val reactors branch. BENTON, Ark. (AP) - Nymph Sldon Burroughs, 37, of near Dory* aldson, Hot Spring County, wa* njured' fatally and three other >ersbns were hurt in a two-car Collision about nine miles south of j icre on U.S. Highway 07 Monday. Burroughs' automobile collided \ with : one driven by E. B. Ly|^:h, I a, of Louisville, Ky. Lynch was njured severely. Lawrence Davis, 15, and Marcia Davis 9, both of rving, Tex., who were riding with lim. were injured less seriously The three were taken to a Littlo Rock Hospital. Man Fatally Hurt in Wreck Legal Notice IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP HEMPSTEAD, COUNTY,£l ARKANSAS MRS. J. 0. STONE, ET AL .... PLAINTIFFS, VS. NO. 8430 THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OP THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SW'/4 SE'/,) OP SECTION TWENTY-NINE (29) TOWNSHIP NINE (9) SOUTH, RANGE TWENTY-FOUR (24) WEST. CONTAINING 40 ACRES, ;|C- CORDING TO THE GOVERN- MENTSURVEY THEREOF, ... DEFENDANT. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been filed in my office, as Clerk of the Hempstead Chancery Court, a Petition by Mrs. J. 0. Stone, and the other alleged heirs of J. E. York, deceased, praying/for the confirmation ol title to the ' following desci^ed lands, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SW% SE'/4> of Section Twenty-nine (29), Town, ship Nine (9) South, Range Twenty-four (24) West, containing 40 acres, according to the United States Government Survey thereof. and praying for the quieting of the title to the same in Mrs^ J. O. Stone, and the other allayed heirs,of J. E. York, deceased. All persons claiming said lands, or ' any interest therein, are warned to appear in the Hempstead Chancery Court on or before gix (6) weeks from the first publication of this Notice, and in any event on or before August 10, 1961,, and show cause, if any exists, why title should not be confirmed in the heirs of J. E. York. * WITNESS my hand as the Clerk of the Hempstead Chancery Court, and the seal thereof, on this 20 day of June, 1961. (SEAL) Jamie Russell Clerk Katherjhe.'B..'Laiilei'bach D. C. June 21, 28, July 5,12, 19, 26,1961 Dairii Queen MOM. • TDK, - WED. YOUR FAVORITE FLAVOR ONLY RELAX! Tftfc* ft SHAKE Dairy Queen . m m mm m •»•••

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