Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 22, 1974 · Page 12
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Page Twelve HOPfc fAKK.) STAR Thursday, August 22, I9t4 78. Miscellaneous 88. Livestock Vo - Tech instructors pass tests Rates -proved Kuwait cuts oil output MARTIN & ROWE Chain Link Fence. Call 983-2875 of 9832393; Washington, Arkansas 71862. Free Estimates. Cash and Save. 8-19-tf FOR SALE - COMPLETE SET of Nursing Books - Practically new. Call 777-6213. 8-21-4dh FOR SALE - BOW & ARROW, golf clubs, bag & cart, cor- ningware top range. Call 7772150 after 4:00 p.m. weekdays. 8-21-4tp TRUCKING COMPANY SELLING OUT complete facilities and equipment. Four miles South of Hope, Highway 29. 6 International Diesel tractors - 1968-1972 models; 1 Mack Diesel Tractor - 1971; 1 Hobbs Flatbed trailer - 1971; 2 International Pickups -1972; 20 acres of land with fuel shed and facilities; 3 metal construction shop buildings; 1 RCA High frequency 2-way radio system with 156' tower. Contact - Day 777-8315; Night - 777-2767 or 777-6668. 8-15-tf CHAIN LINK FENCE - Frank Horton. Phone 777-3812 Residential or Commercial - Terrns Arranged, Estimates Free. 8-10-tf FOR SALE - 3V4 CASE DRINK BOX. Inquire 600 East 3rd or phone 777-5136. 8-20-6tc FOR SALE - BABY PIGS - 6 weeks old. $20.00 each. Cash at Farm. 896-2353. 8-19-4tc FOR SALE - 500 LB. GRAIN FED tjocker. Calves, also Baby Calves. Denver Ward 899-2470. 8-21-6tc LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOT1CK IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS MAX COMBS, PLAINTIFF VS. NOMIA JANE COMBS, DEFENDANT NO. E-74-169 WARNING ORDER The Defendant, NOMIA JANE COMBS, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and Answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, MAX COMBS, and upon her failure to do so, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court, this 5th day of August, 1974. Leona Cole Chancery Clerk Bonnie Lively D.C. August 15, 22, 29; September 5; 1974 79. Homes Druggist charged NEW FOUR BEDROOM HOME with 3 acres land. Melrose Lane off of Highway 4. 777-2996. 8-20-6tc FOR SALE - FOUR ROOM HOUSE - lot, large garden plot. Call 777-9130. 8-20-«tc REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE! Freshly remodeled three bedroom, and possibly four bedroom home. Owner ; finance with 6 per cent interest. Call 777-8972 or 7776904. 7-23-tf 79. A. Mobile Homes 1972 MOBILE HOME - 14'x7p' for sale. Central heat and air conditioning. Excellent condition. Call 777-4714. ! 8-22-6tp FOR SALE - MOBILE HOME 12' x 65' - Central heat window air. Call 777-6463. 8-21-4tp MOBILE HOME -12' x 64'. Split level. Four bedrooms, 2 baths, central air conditioning. Patio cover. Call 896-2308 after 6:00 p.m. 8-13-tf 79B. Heal Estate JUST LISTED - 2 bedroom home on 1 acre, 3 bedroom home on extra large lot, 3 bedroom home on corner lot all bargain priced with terms. 212 acres with or without cattle & equipment - low priced with terms. Also building lots. Call UNITED FARM AGENCY 777-5600. 8-16-6tc 82. Pianos, Organs WURLITZER PIANOS, ORGANS. Buy, Sell, Trade. Also, tuning & repair. House of Music, 219 Main. 777-3095. 7-26-tf DOG - 11 MONTHS, MALE. Registered black and white Cocker Spaniel. Call 896-2308 8-13-tf 84. Sporting Equipments 22 AUTOMATIC RIFLE. Brand new. Call 777-6577. 8-16-6tc 85. Wearing Apparel NEW ARRIVALS - JUNIOR AND MISSES Jeans, Tops, Pantsuits, Dresses. Also have Sale Rack. Open until 8:30 and Sunday afternoon. Bonnies Dress Shop - Bodcaw. Come Browse. 8-8-lm.c LITTLE ROCK (AP) - John R. Moseley, former chief pharmacist at the Veterans Administration Hospital here, was charged Wednesday with selling 1,000 amphetamine capsules to a Little Rock police undercover agent on May 18. The Arkansas Supreme court reversed Moseley's conviction on a similar charge June 10 because a police investigator was present and questioned Moseley during Grand Jury proceedings. Acting Chief Deputy Pros. Atty, Henry Ginger filed the felony Information against Moseley. He said the case and the state's evidence would be indentical to that presented in a ' 1973 Grand Jury indictment. The Supreme Court returned the case to Judge Richard B. Adkisson of Pulaski County Circuit Court with instructions to quash the indictment on the drug charge and one alleging perjury against Moseley. Moseley was convicted in August 1973 of selling the amphetamines. Later he was convicted of perjury for telling the Grand Jury that he did not make the sale. He received a 10-year prison sentence for each conviction to be served concurrently. Moseley retired in July 1973 as chief pharmacist at the VA hospital. Arkansas law and previous court decisions make it illegal for a police investigator in case to participate in Grand Jury questioning of a prospective defendant, the Supreme Court said. Suspect in child killing surrenders DETROIT (AP) — Rudolph Acosta, charged with killing a 12-year-old newspaper delivery girl, surrendered to a judge in Detroit on Wednesday to avoid wnat his attorney described as a lynch mob in his own town of Highland Park. Acosta initially was charged with manslaughter in the slaying and freed on $2,500 bond Sunday, but the charge was raised to second-degree murder after a public outcry. Acosta, 24, was arraigned Wednesday in Wayne County Circuit Court in downtown Detroit before Highland Park Municipal Judge David Golden. Attorney Jerrold Sherman said his Acosta surrendered in Detroit because "a lynch mob wanted to get him in Highland Park." Acosta was ordered to appear in Highland p ark on Sept. 10. He was freed after posting $100,000 bond. Sherman said Acosta wants to pay for the funeral of Edith Perchraan and t'ae hospital bills of her father, Marion, who was seriously injured when he tried to remove his wounded daughter from the shooting scene. J.W. Rowe, director of Red River Vocational Technical School, was recently notified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence that J.L. Walters and I^e Uttle diesel and heavy truck mechanics instructors at the school, have successfully completed tests on gasoline engines, diesel engines, drive train, brakes, suspension and steering, and electrical systems. Completion of these tests will recognize them as certified general heavy-duty truck mechanics. Little had previously completed tests on engine repair, automatic transmissions, manual transmission, rear axles, front ends, brakes, electrical systems, heating and air- conditioning and engine tune- up. Of the some 42,000 mechanics receiving cer- tification for one or more of these test areas, only 58 including Little have certified for all tests given by the NlASE. According to Rowe, it is quite an honor for both instructors to have received certification in the NIASE Mechanics Cer- tification Program, which is less than two years old. Little and Walters are now eligible to wear the NIASE emblem and stripes listing their areas of achievement and serving as visible proof of their qualifications. Food stamps charges filed LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Twelve felony false pretense charges were filed Wednesday in Pulaski County Circuit Court against Gloria Dean Enoch, 37, of Little Rock, in connection .with alleged fraud in obtaining federal food stamps. The total value of the stamps allegedly obtained by Mrs. Enoch and her six codefend- annts was $2,459. Mrs. Enoch previously had been charged with false pre- tense in connection with alleged fraud in obtaining food stamps valued at $266. The charges stemmed from an investigation which the Pulaski County prosecutor's office began last April. Deputy Pros. Atty. Jimmy D. Patton said he expects 291 additonal charges to be filed within nine days. Bond was set for Mrs. Enoch and her codefendants at $500 each. LITTLE ROCK fAP) — About half of a rate increase requested last spring by the E. Ritter Telephone Co. of Marked Tree was approved Wednesday by the state Public Service Commission. • .The utility serves about 4,000 stations at Marked Tree, Lepanto, Tyronza, Keiser, Garden Point, Payneway and Dyess. Company officials had filed testimony to support raising ex-, change rates to produce an additional $138,000 a year in revenues. The PSC ordered the company to file new rate schedules calculated to raise $65,673 a year in additional revenues. Hot jewclry--thp ruby was supposed to contain an unquenchable inner fire. A&f> PRODUCE SALE BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — Kuwait's oil minister says his government cut the Persian Gulf state's oil production for August and will cut it more in the next two months, the Beirut magazine As Sayyad reported today. Oil Minister Abdul Rahman Atiki did not say how much production was reduced from the previous level of 2.5 million barrels a day, which already was 15 per cent below the production before the Arab-Israeli war last October. "If the question of oil prices is ruled by the law of supply and demand, then we shall reduce the supply to increase de*-« mand for our oil. The crude' will remain underground for the future," he said. Atiki said he was not con- ,< good thfu Aug.'44, 1974 ,' FINEST CROP OF VALUES MUSHROOMS DELICATE BROWN LB. 99* ARTICHOKES DELICIOUS CALIFORNIA 100 ONIONS ITAIIAN RED TENDER FIAVORFUL LB. 194 vinced by U.S. Treasury Secretary William Simon's attempt during a visit to Kuwait last month to persuade the Kuwait government to lower oil prices. The minister said he does not see "any economic reasons" to warrant a price reduction. "Perhaps these (economic and monetary) troubles resulted from the economic and monetary rivalry between the United States on one hand and Europe and Japan on the other. The later energy crisis may have been a contributing factor "So why should we be responsible for helping the United States out of its economic difficulties? What help did the United States give us when the Arab countries were poor and their oil was being sold as cheaply as mud? W* rf *«m (M right (» limit weo WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES NECTARINES VINE RIPE TOMATOES Sweet & Juicy LB. "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY HEAVY CALF ROUND STEAK OR SIRLOIN STEAK "Super-Right" Quality Heavy Call LB. T-Bone u,.$ 1 69 Rib Steaks LI, FROZEN CORN RED PLUMS CaUfprnio "Super-Right" Quality Heavy C SACK-O-CORN COBETTES Pkg. OF 8 65 POST TOASTIES Cereal With Coupon Below 18-Oz. Box 43 Red Rose PINTO BEANS 239' FOLGER $ COFFEE $1 29 Instant Coffee With Coupon Below 6-Oz. 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