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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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Four HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS 24, SELL FRESH FARM PRODUCTS; FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, POULTRY AND MEATS WANT AD RATES All Want Ads are poyabl* In advance but ad will b« acc*pt«(l ever the telephone and accamoda- tlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account IS paydbte when statement Is rendered. Number of Words Up to IS .45 16 to 20 .85 One Three, Six Orte Day Days Day« Mo. 21 to 25 24 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 1.00 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.60 1.80 1.50 1.80 2.20 2.40 2.70 3.20 3.40 3.70 2.25 6.30 2.75 8.00 3.20 9.50 3.60 11.00 4.10 12.50 5.00 .-4.00 5.50 15.50 6.00 17.00 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or telephone numbers count a« one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t Time :... 90c per Inch per day 3 Times .... 75c per inch per day * Times .... 65c per inch per day STANDING CARD ADS $15.00 per inch per month Rotes quoted above are for «»>• •ecutive Insertions. Irregular or iktp dote ads will take the one-day rote. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right *o revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to reject ony obiectionablo advertising tub- mitted. The Hope Star will not be respon- llble for errors in Want Ads unless errors are colled to our attention offer FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 2 - Notice NOTICE: We are once ngain set up to take care of your floral needs. Visit our shop on Highway G7. Come out and look us over — but don't overlook us. HOPE FLORAL AND NURSERY, Telephone 7-2251. 6-2G-3tc 5 - Funerol Director* AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6771 M-tf 6 - Insurance OUTBOARD MOTOR & BOAT INSURANCE No Deductible Upto20h.p 4]/2% 21 to 50 h.p 5% Over 50 h.p 5!/ 2 % With $25 Deductible Deduct 1% from figures listed above Rov Anderson Insurance Agency Hope -i Ph. 7-3481 5-2-tf iOd-BOTTtHT « RATES Call: Bob Lewis 7-4335 6-2-1-moc 29 - Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING MACHINE 00. Sales and service, repairs on any make machine. Dial 7-6713. 11-90-tf 13 - Boots, Motors, Troilers FOR SALE: Cabin boat 18 foot Jong, marine plywood, 35 h.p. motor, both $115. Boat needs some repair. 306 E. Division. 6-26-3tc 25 - Furniture & Appliances Used And Repossessed Merchandise Kelvinator Electric Range Used only as demonstrator 149.95 Brand New 1960 model 1 ton 115V. Admiral AIR CONDITIONER Only 1 left! 5 year warranty $174.50 5 Piece DINETTE $32.00 2 Piece Living Room SUITE $79.50 RECLINER $1950 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-ff 34 - Slaughtering Processing RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. 11-tf CUSTOM Slaughtering, Bee£ 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 36 - Fresh Fruit TREE RIPE Fair Beauty peaches. $1.00 bushel. Bring container, pick your own. Five miles north of Nashville, Ark., on Corinth Road. C. W. Bradford. G-26-lmop 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 42 - Fish CUTCHALL'S FISH MARKET Planning on having plenty fish for fourth of July. Put your order in soon. 6-26-6tp 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 49A - General Construction SHELL HOMES •$1795 — $3495 or FINISHED HOMES $10 Down Please Let Us Furnish You With Estimates HOPE Builders Supply Dial 7-2381 G-22-tf 58A - Pest Control TERMITES? Call BRUCE TERMINIX Complete Pest Control Service HOPE BUILDERS SUPPLY Dial 7-2381 »-30-tf 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 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-tl 73 - Wanted To Buy Thought For The Day GreaKness lies not in being strong, but in the right using of strength — Beecher, NOTICE Top prices paid for persimmon and gum timber. Contact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 3-9-tf 81 -Female Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED: Apply in person at Ideal Cafe. 6-23-Gtc 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. 5-16-tf 94 - Apartments, Furnished FOR RENT: Air conditioned nicely furnished four rooms and bath, adults, no drinking, 801 East Third Street. Dial 7-2165. 6-22-tf FURNISHED APARTMENT to adults. Bills paid. Mrs. Add Turner, 7-2204. 6-24-3tc 46-Services Of fered FOR PASTURE clipping call Larry Moore, 7-3853. Good tractor, new bush hog and want to work. 5-25-tf FOR SALE: House 18 x 24, walls sheet rocked, $400. Dial 75947. Coy Bobo, Route 1, Box 211. 6-23-3tC 54A - Tractor Work TRACTOR WORK: Plowing, disc- ing, mowing, pasture clipping and general work. See Mike Snyker, Hotel Snyker, Dial 73721. 5-29-lmop 21 - Used Cars 21 - Used Cars 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. Second Dial 7-Z37I 101-Houses for Sale 47 - Repair Service EXPERT BODY Not a Scratch Anywhere After Our Workmen Are Finished WYLIE GLASSi SALVAGE W,*, »«* > PR / 2766 O ' - ^k 7 h ,""-iyb/ Weil" j>bt?c 102-Rtal Ettott for Solt AT OAKHAVEM - On 1 acre lot, two-story frame home with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, forced air heating system carport. Will redecorate to suit purchaser. A bargain for a large family. MIDWAY BETWEEN UPTOWN AND III SCHOOL. — Attractive, economical to own and with so many, many modern features. The interior watts arc uf masonite that requires no redecoration, bath and '/ 2 with ceramic tile. A welt planned kitchen with table top stove ahd built in oven, carport, fenced back yard, 10 years, cash down payment. FHA - 100% GI LOANS AVAILABLE. Call now for particulars FOSTER Land and Realty Co. Telephone 7-4C91 Night Tele. McHac . .. 7-2757 Boswcll . . 7-2122 Foster . . . 7-3427 C-2G-3tc 103-House Trailers FOR SALE: 58 model 36 Ft. house trailer, air conditioned, central heat, two .bedrooms, full bath, completely furnished. Dial 7-4242. 6-14-tf The single star in the flag of Liberia symbolizes the nation's position as the first republic in all of Africa. The Negro Community •tttur Hleke «r 74474 Calendar of Events Park Night every Wednesday night at City Park: All kinds of activities along with Pony League Baseball, Basketball, Boxing and all kinds of rock and roll records': Baseball: City Park Pony's vs- Magnolia Red Sox. Admission 10, and 25 cents. Roscoe Smith, supervisor. Nelson Hill Post No. 427 and :he Ladies Auxiliary will meet at Hicks Funeral Home on Tuesday June 27 at 7:30 p.m. All members are asked to be present. C. Q. larmicheal. Post Commander;' ,| Mrs. Alice Holbert, Reporter. , Coming and Going Mrs. Mamie Flenory Ootsey las returned to her home in St. Louis after having spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flenory. World Mork SetinAAU Track Meet By ED CORftlGAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Dyrol Burl- cson, 20-year-old Oregon junior, said loday he'd rather win a mile race in 0 minutes than lose one in 3:48. That abolit sums up his attitude on his disappointing 4:04.9 victory over Jim Beatty in the National AAU championships Sunday. The race, produced another chapter in the war of words bd- twecn Burleson, who holds the American mile record of 3:57.6, and Beatly, 2G, whose best is 3:58. Beatty accused Burleson and his teammate, Keith Forman, of boxing tactics. "Nonsense," said Burleson. "I don't know what was going on but it takes two to box a man and that didn't happen." This was Burlcson's first victory .over Beatty in four meetings, , The 19,220 spectators were •df-awn mostly by the prospect of a, 4-minute-mile. But Beatty and Burleson spent the first lap watching each other. Keith Forman took over as the leader and hit the first quarter in 67.2. That eliminated all hopes of a 4-minule mile. Burleson finally opened up just before the three-quarters and won by about 15 yards. Beatty started out after him too late, with less than 200 yards left. 'I ran a stupid race," said Boatty. "I never should have let hem box me." All told, six meet records were set, three Saturday and three Sunday. Two of the three marks Sunday were upsets. Ron Morris of the Southern California Striders did 15-8 in the pole vault. Don Bragg, the favorite and Olympic champion, was 13th. Aubrey Dooley, the defending champion, didn't even make the final. Jay Silvester, an Army lieutenant, got off a 195-8 toss in the discus, beating out defending char* non A) Oerter and co-world record holder Rink Babka. . The other meet record during the clay was set by Deacon Jones of the Army, who hit the tape in 8:48 in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. Frank Budd of Villanova, who et a world record of 9.2 for the 00-yard dash the first day, could do no better than third in the 220 Sunday. Paul Drayton, his teammate, beat him in a wind-aided 1 flat. Much Humor Doesn't Draw Loughs .. §y CYNTHIA LOWHY AP TV'ftedie Writer NEW YORK (AIM - Abe Burrows, a theatrical jack-of-all- rncles whose specialty is comedy, •ecently delivered a rather pro- bund statement: "I think humor s what makes you laugh, no matter what the situation is." It seems pretty apparent that .he trouble with television humor -and the discontented manufac- .urers of comedy—fs that much of it isn't getting laughs. When a :orriedian is funny, he stays on ihe air. When he isn't, he doesn't, jut most of the retired funnymen lave a tendency to blame the medium rather than their own shortage of comic material for thoir departure. The most recent noisy defector from the ranks of TV comedians is Mort Sahl who has decided that ;he medium just isn't right for Ute type of humor and that the Ed Sullivan Show, his primary ihowcase over the past couple of icasons, just doesn't give him inough time to work his magic on the audience. Well, I've watched Sahl a number of times on the Sullivan Show, and one of the interesting things about his performance has been ,he curious silence which fell' over he studio audience while he was on. Last time a few weeks ago, '.he lack of response was down- •ight embarrassing, and even Sahl seemed disconcerted. He was dropping in bitter little asides about "pockets of resist- ence" as his topical sallies fell with dull thuds. Jack Benny goes on with his comedy show year after year, and fou don't hear him assailing TV. 4ed Skelton will be back again ind makes no secret of his af- ection for TV. Steve Allen, who will be back next season, never teed off on television when the going got sticky for him. Actress and model' Suzy Parker will take Arlene Francis' place on the "What's My Line?" panel next Sunday, and there will be a succession of women guest pahel- sts filling in during Arlene's summer-long leave of absence from he show. Piersall Is Old Self to TV Viewers CLEVELAND (AP) - The reformation this season in the behavior of Cleveland's .- Jim Piei|. sail has been given a setback "1$ the sting of a pitched ball on 'his right wrist. • It was the old Jim Piersall— emotional, fiery, irritating umpires and hamming it up for fans and a national television audience —who touched off a near donny- wok in the Indians' opener with Detroit Sunday. The result was that Piersall, who was ousted from eight games ! ast year, got thumbed from the field for the first time this year. Piersall dashed to the mound to _!et pitcher Jim Bunning after he was nicked on the wrist with a pitch. Soon both dugouts were empty as players milled in a wild scramble. "That guy (Bunning) has hit me six or seven times," declared Piersall later as he sat out the second game with a tender wrist. "I'm tired of it. He'd better stop throwing at people or somebody's going to get him," Bunning disclaimed any intent of aiming to hit Piersall, explaining: "You don't think I'd be throw ing at anyone with us leading by two runs and two guys on base That wouldn't make sense." Piersall threw a feeble left hook and followed with a right. Both missed as Bunning, wanting no part of a fight, ducked away Then came an exchange of kicks. These were more effective. Both participants had shin scratches. J Piersall was such a problem I last season the club gave him a week to "rest up" at home in Bos ton. His teammates called a meet [ing to deal with the problem and even Joe Cromn, American [League president, called in the high-strung centerfielder for J "dutch uncle" lecture. But Pier Travs Salvage 2nd Game of Twin Bill By VERNON BUTLER Associated p r es s Sports Writer Neither Doug Gallagher nor Joe Grzenda has reached the .500 evel this season as a Birmingham pitcher but both are handy southpaws to have on your side, especially when you're playing in Nashville'f > SuJphuplrJell. The y"onhg left-tfaiiders pitched complete games Sunday as the Barons swept Nashville 9-2 and 5-2 to pull into the Southern Association lead over the Chatanooga Lookouts, who were 6-1 victims at Macon. Mobile slugged Shreveport 12-5, and Little Rock salvaged a split in its doubleheader • with Atlanta by winning the second jame 4-3 after the Crackers had rallied for a 9-8 verdict in the 10-inning opener. Gallagher scattered eight Nashville hits and improved his season chart to 5-6. Birmingham warpped up the. first game early with four- run innings at the expense ol loser Oscar Chinique and reliever Jim Dunn. Another four-run blast. this one in the fifth- inning the second game, treated Barons to their sweep. George McCue and Don Lumley hit two- run homers in the second-game cluster that snapped a M tie. Macon slipped ahead of Shreveport into sixth place with its victory over Chattanooga. Jim Stump restricted the Lookouts to five hits for his sixth mound triumph against two losses. MORE of the Earliest settlement in Yell coun ty was at Dardanelle in 1798 and 22 years later, an Indian agency was established thers by the Fed eral Government. Drownings in State Push Death Toll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A teen-aged couple drowned Sunday while swimming in Black Siver near Swifton. Their deaths irought to 21 the number of Ar- cansans who died violently dur- ng the week ended at midnight Sunday. Sheriff Leonard Woodman dentified the couple as Gladys -ouise Irby, 16, of Swifton, and Com-Buchanan, 18, of Lake City. He said they were swimming sight miles west of Swifton when hey apparently stepped into a deep hole. Miss Irby was the daughter of Wr. and Mrs. John Irby of Swif- on and Buchanan was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Onie Buchanan of Lake City. Four persons'drowned in Arkansas last week. Eight died in traffic accidents, six were shot to death, two died in fires and one was fatally stabbed. Raymond Anthony, about 35, died late Saturday in a fire that destroyed a rooming house in Qsceola. •..-..• • Druelj jerry Jsuffered slight burns, but the owner of the-rom- ing house, Leo D. Brawley, said the 20 other tenants were not al home at the time of the fire. Fire Chief J. W. Taylor said the fire probably started in a bed room, but he said he did not know the cause. Freddie Lee Johnson, 22, Negro of North Little Rock, was shot to death Saturday after an argument in a Negro cafe there. Danny Simpson, 25, Negro, was seriously HAROLD HINDRIX PW.ntfOOpNAt.IR •vytre ef MM M* Veni PrteceM " Funeral Home and Burlol sail went his merry way. Manager Jimmie Dykes put his thumb on Piersall this season and said all the problems with the umpires were over. Piersall played baseball and is having one of his greatest seasons, fielding brilliantly and hitting al a .346 clip. SPRAYERS Row Crop and Niturt Spraytrs N«v li H« Tib* ie Ivy PORTER Asfc far • DentMttreliM OUR * MM If ttfc ««. •••••••ii^^K- "YouTI wear thtt bimf,. Lady Godiva, or parade's off!" jo* A Short Short Storv By JOYCE TAYLOR Blackie stood on one of those ong stretches of road without trees or human habitation, a >iece of highway that can only )e found in the West.. For hours he had waited, wav- ng his thumb futilely at passing cars. None stopped. It was dangerous to pick up hitchhikers. Blackie was thirsty and hungry, but there was neither food nor water in this forsaken spot. Next ime, he wouldn't ride out into he openspaces with somebody who was going to check on cattle. rle'd make sure there was a town at the end of the lift. Then almost unexpectedly a car came along. A car with an out- of-state license and a young driver, about Blackie's age.. "Hop,in," said the'driver. Blackie hopped. He grinned his .hanks as the car started'forward again. "Going far?" asked the drivei 1 ., "Clear to -the coast," said Blackie. . The 'driver nodded; "Can't take r ou all the way, but I'll give you a couple of hundred miles." A couple of hundred miles, then Blackie would have it all to do over again. His hand sought his pocket.'It touched the s metal of a gun. He had carried>it'for emergencies,' but this 'was surely an emergency. - An out-of-state driver who wouldn't - be missed. Probably he had dough in his pocket. With the car, Blackie wouldn't lave to stand alongside the road, waving his thumb ; 'to .get rides. He'd get the car. "Want me to drive a spell?" Blackie • asked. . The driv'er thought for a moment. "Okay." He slowed the car, pulled over to the side of :he road. Then he got out, .standing by the side of the car while Blackie shifted seats. When the man pame around the car to. get.into the seat Blackie had left he stared into'the muzzle of the .gun. "What is this?" the man demanded.' "What does it look like?"replied Blackie. • The driver lunged. But Blackie was eady. He let him haet SE" was ready. ; He let hiipi have it . Th&sou|cf ftfVtHe 'Iwrbftst* was lost in the emptiness of the prairie, A few birds rose: from wounded, Officers said Mose Williams, 56, Negro of North Little Rock, surrendered to police and> said he did the shooting after he and Johnson had argued. He was jailed on an open charge. Almost unexpectedly, came along. fence posts and telephone lines, and flew away. Nothing seemed disturbed except the former driver, who sank to the roadside. Blackie found some money and some jewelry in the man's pock ets; Funny he should be carrying jewelry, but it looked like it night be worth something. Black- e'put ; it into his .own. pockets )efore he shoved the body ifijer a culvert where it might not be discovered for weeks. Then he got int othe car and drove off. He felt safe, secure, He had a ride clear to the coast and plenty of money. Within a nhour, Blackie was stopped at a highway patrol road- black. "What's the trouble^" .Blackie asked. ^ The trooper didn't answer. He checked the car's license number, then came up to Blackie with a gun in his hand. Blackie couldn't do a thing while the trooper searched him, found the gun and the jewelry and charged him with murder. Blackie couldn't understand how they knew he'd killed somebody. "That woman you killed and", took the car from, lived longj' enough to put us on your trail," | said the trooper. ; Wotnan—" , Blackie stopped and shut his lips lightly. It had f been a man he killed, but it $ wouldn't help Blackie to tell the| officer there had been a mistake. The driver of the car had been a hitchhiker, too. But Btockie was trapped any way he looked at it. (THE END) Copyright, It*! by NEA, Inc. SU and HEAR Tormer Governor Sid McMath TONIGHT "The Truth About the •$90,000,000.00 BOND DEAL" STATEWIDE RADIO tnel TV NETWORK 9:30 PM Little Rock KARK-TV Channel 4 <*KATV Channel 7 , * * * Hot Springs KFOY-TV Channel 9 * * * Fort Smith KFSA-TV Channels * * * El Dorado . KTVE Channel 10 1 * * * J Texarkana KTAl-TV Channel 6 + *. * Memphis WMCT-TV Channel 5

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