Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 1, 1961 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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t-oge Four H 0 f E 5 T A R , HOPE ARKANSAS >ly .1,J941 1 SELL FRESH FARM PRODUCTS; FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, POULTRY AND MEATS WANT AD RATES All Want Acls are poyab!« tn advance but ad will be acceptwl over the telephone and accsmoda- tlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payable when statement li rendered. 34 - Slaughtering Processing Number of Wordi Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 Ont Thre« Six On* Day Days Dayi Mo. .65 1.50 2.25 4.80 .85 1.00 1.10 1.30 1.50 1.60 1.80 1.80 2.20 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 5.00 f 4.00 5.50 15.50 6.00 17.00 CUSTOM Slaughtering, Beef or pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact Barry's Grocery, 7-4404, 7-29-tf Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or telephone numbers count a* one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 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 Rates Quoted above are for eon- ecutive Insertions. Irregular or iklp 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 to revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to re|ect ony objectionable advertising «ub- mitted. The Hope Star will not be respon- llble for errors jn Want Ads unless •rrors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 VE ARE dressing poultry, processing beef and pork, for everyone. Call MOORE BROS. 7-4431. 8-19-tf 35A - Hoy 2 - Notice NOTICE: Brown Brothers Livestock Commission will not have a sale Tuesday, July 4th. Next sale will be Tuesday, July 11. 6-30-31C 3 - Lost & Found LOST: Six months old puppy. Solid black with white chest. Half Cocker and half Manchester. Answers to "Skipper." Dial 7-6743. G-28-3tp 5 - Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-6771. . M-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE, Oxygen equipped. Two-Way Radio, Burial Association, Herndon - Cornelius Funeral Home, Phone 7-4686. 6-28-tf FOR PASTURE clipping call Larry Moore, 7-3853. Good tractor, new bush hog and want to work. 5-25-tf 6 - Insurance OUTBOARD MOTOR & BOAT INSURANCE No Deductible Upto20h.p 41/2% 21 toSOh.p 5% Over 50 h.p 5/2% With $25 Deductible Deduct 1% from figures listed above Rov Anderson Insurance Aqency Hope — Ph. 7-3481 5-2-tf 'iPCK-BOTTOtf' RATES Call: iob Lewis M*hr»4«^ 7-4335 6-2-l-moc 29 - Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO Sales and service, repairs ot any make machine. Dial 7-6713 Zl-SO-tf 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 ALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. . li-tf 'OR SALE: River Johnson Grass Hay. See or call Billy Joe Butler, 7-4929. 6-29-StC 36A - Food FEATURING foosted Hamburger Buns with all the trimmings . . . ONLY 25c No extra charge f you desire MEAT. KING'S (Formerly King's Drive In) 5-5-tf 42 - Fish lUTCHALL'S FISH MARKET Planning on having plenty fish for fourth of July. Put your order in soon. 6-26-Ctp 46 - Services Offered 49A - General Construction SHELL HOMES $1795 — $3495 FINISHED HOMES $ 10 Down Please Let Us Furnish You With Estimates HOPE Builders Supply Dial 7-2381 6-22-tf 53A - Pest Control TERMITES? 25 - Furniture & Appliances Used And Repossessed Merchandise Kelvinafor Electric Range Used only as demonstrator 149.95 Brand New I960 model 1 ton 115V. Admiral AIR CONDITIONER Only 1 left! 5 year warranty $174.50 5 Piece DINETTE $32.00 Ward BEDROOM SUITE, like new $99.50 Norge Wringer WASHER, double tubs and drain, and GE iron, complete $99 50 7-Pc. DINETTE and Buffet, walnut finish $74 50 Used TV'S $50.00 and up BAKER'S . EASY PAY STORE 214 E. 2nd Dial 7-2723 5-20-tf HOBBY and craft supplies — instruction — Make your own foam rubber purse, mosaics, plastic plants, flowers, Mrs. J. M. Walker, % mile from Blcv- ins on the McCaskill Highway. 5-31-lmoc 80 - Male Help Wanted LOOK: Splendid Rawlcigh business available in S. Hempstcad County. Exceptional opportunity for industrious person. Write to Rawleigh Dept., AKF-641-18, in Memphis, Tcnu. G-30-Hp 81 - Female Help Wanted RESPONSIBLE PERSON to care for semi-invalid 24 hours a day. Dial 7-3184. 6-28-3tc 82 - Male or Female Help Wanted MEN-WOMEN S20 daily. Sell luminous nameplales. Write to Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. G-30-lmop 93 - Houses, Unfurnished FOR RENT: Nice two bedroom house on E. 14th Street, to a couple or small family. Dial 7- 2145 - 6-28-3tp Call BRUCE TERMINIX Complete Pest Control Service HOPE BUILDERS SUPPLY Dial 7-2381 S-30-U 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 FOR RENT: Five room house on Hickory and Hazel. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Dial 7-3577. 6-29-3tc 94 — FOR RENT: Air conditioned nicely furnished four rooms and bath, adults, no drinking, 801 East Third Street. 6-22-tf FOR RENT: Newly decorated four room apartment, adults only. Dial 7-3263 or see at 614 S. Main. 6-28-3tc 101 - Houses for Sale 69-Truck Rental* FOR SALE: House 18 x 24, walls sheet rocked, $400. Dial 75947. Coy Bobo, Route 1, Box 211. 6-27-5tc RENT a new truck for moving furniture, etc. Local or long distance. All furniture pads, dollies and loading equipment fur- Dished. AVIS Rent-A-Truck, at PERRY'S TRUCK STOP, Hwy. 67 East. Dial 7-W74. t-2-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-tf 21 - Used Can 21 - Used Cors 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 7-2371 21-Used Cars FOR SALE: One 1!)55 GMC :!70 with 34 ft. Neighbors stock trailer. Elmer Smith, 7-:',7n7. 7-1-fitp 90 - For Sale 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 103 - House Trailers FOR SALE: 58 model 30 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 EMhcr Hlek* 7-4*71 «r 7-4474 Thought For The Day He thai hnth no friend, and no enemy, is one of the vulgar; and without talents, powers, or energy — Lavater. Calendar of Events The Youth Dept. of Rising Star Baptist will sponsor a program Sunday, July 2 al 7:30 p.m. "The Nation Under God." There will also be a Governor and Princess Contest. The public is invited. Governors Sticking to Middle Road HONOLULU (AP)— Tn obvious 7-cfi.fclion of the mood ni the coun try, the nation's governors stuck the middle of the road in their iSrcl annual conference. In business sessions which wound up Wednesday, the conference elected a conservative Republican, Gov. Wesley Powell of New Hampshire, as its new chairman. It picked Ilershcy, Pa., for 'lext year's meeting, June 30- July 5. Just about every shade of political opinion got representation on the nesv executive committee, headed by Powell. Its members include Govs. Elmer L. Andersen, Minnesota Republican; Edmund G. Brown, California Democrat; Buford Ellington, Tennessee Democrat; Paul Fannin, Arizona Republican; David L. Lawrence, Pennsylvania Democrat; Edsvin L. Mechem, New Mexico Republican; Gaylor A. Nelson, Wisconsin Democrat, and John B. Ssvainson, Michigan Democrat. In its official actions, the con- fcrencc gave backing to President Kennedy in; international negotia- :ions but,slopped short of approving federal aid to education in the form the President wants it. The governors adopted their first statement on civil rights in he history of their conference. But it was so vaguely worded that Southerners who had steamed up for a bitter fight against a stronger resolution offered by 15 Republicans let the measure go into the record without bothering to debate it. Rising Star Baptist Vacation Bible School will start Monday, July 3 from 9 a.m. to 12 each Jay and-adult classes •will be'taught from 8 to 9 p.m. Everyone is invited. Rev. M. S. Riley, pastor. The City Park Eagles will play the Arkadelphia Red Sox Sunday July 2 at 2 p.m. Admission is 25 and 50 cents. Workers of Southwest District Sunday School, BTU and Usher Board Congress, of this section, are sponsoring a lea Sunday, July 2 at 3 p.m. in the annex of Garrett Chapel Baptist Church, the public is invited. The Women's Missionary Society of BeBee CME Church will continue the weiner roast, fish fry, ice cream selling, Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Mattie Sanders, 702 North Laurel. Call and we will deliver your order. The public is invited. Rev. N. C. Trent Pastor. Mrs. R. Metealf, president. OR SALE: By owner, five room home, attic fan, garage, plenty of shade. Near grade school and store. 509 S. Spruce. Phone 7-2223. 6-27-6tp 47 - Repair Service Youth Sentenced for Slaying MARION, Ark. (AP) —A 9-year- old Negro boy svho told police he learned to fire a rifle watching TV westerns, was sentenced Thursday to the Arkansas Negro Boys Industrial School for an indefinite term for fatally shooting tis 4-year-old brother. Crittenden County authorities said the boy pointed the rifle at his brother and pulled the trigger after the younger boy hit him with a wet distownel. Police'called the shoot- ng deliberate. EXPERT BODY Not a Scratch Anywhere After Our Workmen Are Finished WYLIE GLASS& Cuban Is Sentenced in Slaying NEW YORK (AP)—Francisco (the Hook) Molina, a former soldier in Fidel Castro's Cuban army, svas sentenced to 20 years to life today in the death of a girl caught in gunfire botwecn Cuban factions. Castro has sought to trade a leader of the recent invasion for Molina. Molina svas convicted of second- degree murder in the killing of Magclaiena Urdanelan 9, a Venezuelan girl who svas vacationing hete svilti her parents. The family was sitting in a West Side restaurant when gunfire broke out between prod and anti- Castro groups. This occurred last year while Castro was in New York. Molina, 28, got his nickname of " thf. Hook" because he has an artificial hand, svhich replaces a member lost in an industrial accident. Castro has maintained that Molina's trial was of a political nature. He offered to exchange Capt Manuel Artime of the Cuban invasion forces for Molina. Molina's lawyer asked a suspended sentence for Molina and that he be deported to his native Cuba. He said that if Molina were returned "it would put the Trac tors for Freedom movement in a better light." This was a reference to the un successful effort of an American committee to exchange tractors for other prisoners from the rebel invasion. Castro himself initiated the idea, but negotiations broke down in a hassle over Castro's changing terms. THE FINAL WORDS By LESTER ARNO It was being talked about in whispers at the United Nations in 20 languages; the television networks had cut into comedy shows ind dramas to carry the news lash: Dr. Stanley Steele Brum- "ord had announced his retirement .0 his mountain retreat. "The Good Lord has alloted mo .he biblical span of three score and ten. Nosv, I shall retire to my ittle place in the mountains and think. I shall also try to put down on paper my conclusions. I ask all my -friends throughout the world to grant me five undisturbed years. If, at the end of that period, I have not returned, then let a group of journalists come to my retreat and I shall give them my conclusions." Five years and one day later a little group of newspaper reporters, radio and television. personnel and tsvo government officials made their way up the mountain side under the guidance of forest (•angers. No word had come from Dr. Stanley Steele Brumford since the Jay he had departed from Midwest University. Now, ordinarily such a dopar- :ure svould have created no great >tir. Many professors depart their environs, nay, this very earth, with hardly a one-inch obituary. But this professor was St. Stancy Slcele Brumford, the greatest philosopher of his day, a man as revered as Albert Schweitzer, as lonpred as Winston Churchill. His was the philosophic light that burned the brightest in the materialistic world of the Tsventi- eth Century: his svas the mind alone that might cope svilh the problems thai beset the soul in the Atomic Age. In the entire world, Dr. Brum- 'ord was the one man to svhom ; masters of the Kremlin deferred, Hindu Holy Men acknosvl- cclgeti, African Nationalists respected and avant garde poets tolerated. The little group made its svay up the last fcsv feet of the mountain. Nosv it gathered in almost religious silence at the door of Dr. Brumford's cabin. Dr. Brumford did not appear at the door to welcome the group. In whispers they discussed artd argued svho should enter first. Sam Hale, columnist for one of the great newspaper syndicates had known Dr. Brumford for more than 30 years. Also, Sam, was senior in the group. Sam was designated to go first. He slosvly walked to the cabin door, knocked, waited and then entered, When he had been gone an hour, the others decided to follow. They found Sam seated at Dr. Brumford's writing table. He held a note in his hands. "I have concluded my work," Sam read, "And nosv I am going to a place I have selected for myself. Please do not try to find me or my place. This is my final request. J .beg..you. tp honor it. After ma of -life;'-I have"conclude'd my writings. You svill find my philosophy in the large leatherbound book at the right of my desk. (Signed) Dr. Stanley Steele Brum- ford." The group pushed forward, Sam licked up the huge volume, held il forward that all might see. Then ie riffled its pages. They 'were all blank. Save the last page. There, written above Dr. Drum- ford's signature were these words: ' I was." • THE END Copyright Wl Newspaper Enterprise A«$n, Standings r THE ASSOCIAT&D PRESS W. L. Pet. G.8. Birmingham . 50 34 .595 —. Chattanooga .. 40 35 .583 l Atlanta 43 3!) .524 (i Little Rock ... 43 44 .494 8','z Maccfti 37 43 .41$ 11 Nashville .... 3!) 45 .458 W s Shreveport ... 38 47 .447 12',i> Mobile 35 46 .432 IS'.-is TodaV's Games Macon at Atlanta Nashville at Chattanoga (2) Little Rock at Shreveport Mobile at Birmingham (2) Friday's Resu'ts Ulanta. 2,-Macon 1 (10 innings) Jirmingfrtatn 10, Mobile 0 A Chattanoga 4, Nashville : P L,ittle IVOck 4. Shreveport 1 Gen. Taylor's Job Remains Unclear By JAMES MAR LOW By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Detroit 4 2G .G4f) — New York Cleveland Baltimore 33 42 .440 1514 29 43 .403 18 " 2!) 45 .392 ID 28 47 .373 20'/a 36A - Food 36A - Food 36A - Food RAN SANDWICH SHOP SATURDAY, JULY 1st Hours 6 a. m. — 12 Midnight 7 Days a Week - AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT Our Specialty Mary M. Stearns Proprietor • BAR-B-Q • FISH • CHICKEN Offering, the finest in foods, ice cream, malts, milk shakes, soft drinks, snow cones, sandwiches, and nicknacks. "We Bar-B-Q with wood so it will taste good like Bar-B-Q should." (4th of July Bar-B-Q Special All Day) Located on North Hazel Next Door To Ward Four Grocery 6-29-3tp Press Ne*s Ana'yst WASHINGTON (AP)-Still unclear is whether President -Kennedy has picked Gen.'Maxwell D. Tdylor as just one more adviser among a bundle of advisers or svhcther he brought him in to short-circuit some of the others. .Kennedy is knee-deep in advisers, of whom McGeorge Bundy, former Harvard dean, is the specialist on security affairs; which include defense and intelligence and, perhaps, foreign policy. Taylor, 00, former Army chief of staff who retired in 1959 in protest against President Eisenhower's defense policies, will be Kennedy's military adviser, working primarily in the military and intelligence fields. This seems to leave Bundy's position foggy. He was one of those who sat in with the President when the decision was made to Jet the disastrous Cuban invasion begin. But so did Gen. Lyman Limnitzer, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Taylor, who has just Completed for Kennedy a study of the Cuban failure, is against the Joint Chiefs of Staff system altogether. Not long after his 1959 retirement Taylor wrote in Look magazine that the joint chiefs hadn't been able to produce "an agreed military strategy of their own." that the system was a failure and should be abolished. And in his 1960 book, "The Uncertain Trumpet," Taylor proposed that the joint chiefs be replaced by a single defense chief of staff and an advisory board he called the supreme military council. So now, Taylor, who doesn't think the joint chiefs should exist, will be dealing with thorn, at the same time, having the President's ear. His office will be in the White House. The White House said. Taylor would not be ' interposed" between Kennedy and the joint chiefs or the Security Council or the secretary of defense, Robert S. McNamara, who has defended the chiefs from criticism in the Cuban expedition. Taylor apparently already has had quite an influence on the President. Kennedy, last March 26 in a special defense message to Con grqss, cast aside the philosophy of •rentivfc::Ufcr+»vv-i**W;i- ! i ii| > i ivv'J> Instead, he plugged for the "balance of forces" concept, which means being prepared for any kind of war. Nearly all he recommended had been outlined earlier in the year by Taylor in the January issue of Foreign Affairs Quarterly, What Taylor suggested — and Kennedy proposed to Congressincluded: A long-term reappraisal 'of the nation's military goals and strategy; immediate modernization and expansion of the nation's forces for limited war; a long- range missile system that can be moved around instead of being stationary. In addition: at this moment, when Soviet Premier Khrushchev is building a crisis on Berlin, Taylor is a man who not only had military experience in Berlin but has very positive opinions about defending it. He was American commander in Berlin from 1949 to 1951. He thinks this city, 110 miles inside Communist East Germany and the Western outpost in the Red world, must be defended. In a Chicago speech 14 months ago he said: "Berlin is defensible through our clear determination to go all out, if necessary, in any kind of military operation which might be required by the situation. Berlin can be defended and, in my opinion, must be defended." Taylor takes up his post in the White House at the very moment when the Russians, Berlincrs and this country's own Allies ?re wondering just how tough Kennedy \vill be resisting the KJirush- ehcviau pressures, rVashington Kansas City Vlinnesota . Los Angeles Friday Results Detroit G, Baltimore 5 (N 12 innings) New York 5, Washington 1 (N) Cleveland 10, Boston 2 (N) Minnesota 8, Kansas City 2 (N) Los Angeles 10, Chicago^ (N) Saturday Games * Detroit at Baltimore Washington at Nesv York Chicago at Los Angeles CN) Minnesota at Kansas City Cleveland at Boston Sunday Schedule Cleveland at Boston Washington at New York Detroit at Baltimore Minnesota at Kansas City Chicago at Los Angeles *,, Monday Games Cleveland at Baltimore (N) Boston at Washingtin (N) Chicago at Minnesota (N) Kansas City at Los Angeles (N) National League W. L. Pet- G.B. 45 27 .625 43 33 ,566 40 35 .533 3oston 38 30 Chicago 38 37 .514 10 \ lOMs Cincinnati — Los Angeles .. San Francisco Pittsburgh ... Milwaukee 45 28 43 31 41 31 3G 31 33 83 38 .GIG — .581 2V 2 .569 3Vs sSsT G .500 8'/ a .449 12 . St. Louis ...... 31 Chicago ....... 28 42 .400 15Mi Philadelphia .. 22 45 .328 20 Friday Results St. Louis 11, Chicag o4 Los Angeles JO, Philadelphia C (N) Pittsburgh 4, San Francisco 3 (N) , Cincinnati 4, Milwaukee A (N) Saturday Games Cincinnati at Milwaukee San Francisco at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Chicago Los Angoles at Philadelphia (N> Sunday Schedule Los Angeles a tPhiladelphia St. Louis at Chicago San Francisco at Pittsburgh (2) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (2) Monday Games Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (*) Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N) Only games scheduled British Marine Continued from Page One been ordered to the Kuwait frontier. Ic I Hatem appealed to thcf^raqi people not to endanger t e fate of the Arab world by acts springing from personal glory or regional ambition that would invite ' imperialist intervention." fThe U.S. State Department said Iraq had informed Washington Wednesday it would use only peaceful means in its attempt to take over Kusvait. A spokesman said State Department .<jpurces were incorrect in rcporting^early Friday that Washington had informed London that an attack oti Kuwait was imminent. Lincoln White, State Department-press officer, said there rre 430 U.S. citizens in Kusvail, ln« eluding six consular officials. When *• Fith or Hunt Solunar " Tables •y Jehu Aldan Knight •cheduie of Solunar period! M priated below, has been taktf ban John Aide* Knight 1 * Solunai Tablet. Plan your days ao thai you will be fisting in goodtani lory or hunting in good cover during theae times, if you wish tt v find (ha best sport that each da) has to offer. The Major periods are shown Hi \ild face type. These begin at Utt IBM ahown and last for an boul and • haM or two hours them altar. The minor Periods, ahowi • regular type, are of somewhat •jMMtar dwattaa. Malar Mbwr&alai •MIL Sat. . . . 8:10..1:55 Sun. . . . 9:05 2:50 Mon. ...9:55 3:40 Tues. ,. 10:45 4:30 Wed. , , 1J:35 5:20 Thurs..,—— 4:10 Fri..., 12:45 7:00 Sal. , , , 1;35 7:50 Sun. . , , 2:25 i:45 8:30 9:25 10:15 11:05 11:55 12:25 1:15 2:05 3:00 3:15 4:05 4:5$ 5:4$ «:35 7:2| |:1$ 1:10

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