Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 29, 1974 · Page 11
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Thursday, August 29, I9t4 IIOPK (ARK.) STAR Moore Bros. \ £• *\* We Accept Your Food Coupons 4 * ^ \ You Since 1096 GOV INSPECTED FRYERS 39 c LB GALLON JUG SWEET MILK 1 29c BIG ASSORTMENT COOKIES GALLON JUG BUTTERMILK | 29C MEATY PORK NECK BONES 31 00 FRESHWATER CATFISH STEAKS BIO FAT FROZEN HENS 69 C LB tfORDEN'S Vi GALLON MELLORINE 59 FRESH LEAN PORK CHOPS 89 LB FARM FRESH LARGE WHITE EGGS 79 a f DZ 100% PURE PORK SAUSAGE TRAY-PACKED SLICED BACON 89 C LB C LB MEATY PORK SPARE RIBS 69 C LB HOMEGROWN SWEET POTATOES DRY SALT FAT BACK 4-1 FRESH DRESSED FRYER PARTS GIANT 3 IB BOX PUNCH WASHING J*O powpiR v y. C SKINLESS WEINERS Louisiana firms low bidder on bypass job LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Two Minden, La., firms joined forces and submitted the apparent low bid today oh a project calling for the construction of a new bypass on Arkansas 7 around Pordyce. Madden Conttracting Co., Inc., and the L. J. Earnest Co., bid $7,100,935 on the contract. The bypass is to cover a distance of 8.234 miles and involves grading, structures and paving. The state Highway Commission had contracts on 29 projects, but no bids were submitted on two of the projects. The low bids on the 27 contracts totaled $21,213,782. Other projects, by county: MONROE — Resurfacing 2.1 miles of U.S. 79 from 1 mile west of Clarendon westward, Kentucky Guard Rail Co., Inc., Elizabethtown, KY., $273,397. DESHA and DREW - Surfacing 8.1 miles of U.S. 65 from near the south city limits of Dumas southward, L and N Asphalt Co., Inc., Stuttgart, $311,228. JEFFERSON — Construction of a railroad overpass on 28th Avenue,, with approaches, a total of .349 mile, Moro, Inc., Warren, $1,565,786. SEBASTIAN — Construction of a bridge over James Fork Creek on Arkansas 253, one-half mile north of Midland, Grouse Construction Co., Harrison, $219,277. FRANKLIN - Construction of bridges on Arkansas 186 over East Fork Gar Creek, Peevy Branch and Branch North McKinney Creek, Grouse Construction Co., Harrison, $202,115. SHARP - Surfacing 6.51 miles of Arkansas 354 from Ash Flat southeast, D. B. Hill Contractor, Little Rock, $1,386,410. PRAIRIE — Surfacing 7.44 miles of Arkansas 38 from the Woodruff County line west, L and N Asphalt Co., Incm, Stuttgart, $279,147. GARLAND — Furnishing and installing signals on U.S. 70 at the junction with Arkansas 270 and the junction with Richard Street, both at Hot Springs, Southwestern Eltctric Co., Inc., Oklahoma City, $27,422. GARLAND — Rebuilding and widening 4.543 miles of cAr- kansas 270 from Grand Avenue in Hot Springs southeastward to near Gulpha Creek, Ben M. Hogan Com, Little Rock, $5,719,506. DALLAS — Construction of two additional lanes to the existing two-lane bypass around Fordyce, a distance of 8.639 miles, Bituminous, Inc., Pine Bluff, $2,381.475. CHICOT and DREW - Surfacing 2.913 miles of Arkansas 922 from the junction of Arkansas 165 to Lake Wallace, Smith Rentals & Sales, Inc., Lake Village, $336,188. BAXTER — Surfacing 1.1 miles of County Roads 4 and 7 from one-half mile west of Mountain Home northward, Twin Lakes Quarries, Inc., Mountain Homen $30,839. BOONE — Surfacing 4.5 miles of route 1028 and County Road 16 from Burlington to the Carroll County line, McClinton, Inc., Harrison, $159,162. BRADLEY — Surfacing 4.3 miles of County Roads 7 and 56, from the junction of County Road 7 and Arkansas 4 southward for 2.2 miles, and the junction cof Routes 1467 and U.S. 67 east on 1467 for 2.9 miles, R. M. Courson, Inc., Hamburgn $161,241. CLEVELAND — Surfacing a section of FAS Route 2265 from New Edinburg southwest, Cleveland County, $44,338. HOT SPRING — Surfacing 4 miles of County Roads 1460 and 1467, Mid-State Construction Co., Malvern, $70,359. HOWARD - Surfacing 2.4 miles of Arkansas 4 and County Road 17, from one mile west of the junction of Arkansas 4 and 355 northward, R. D. Plant Contracting Com, Inc., Murfreesboro, $55,486. INDEPENDENCE—Surfacd ing 1.8 miles of County Road 40 from one-half mile south of Arkansas 106 Spur, southeastward, White River Bituminous, Inc., Batesville, $40,859. MARION — Surfacing 0.9 mile of U.S. 62 from one mile northwest of YeUville northeastward, Twin Lakes Quarries, Inc., Mountain Home, $37,562. PHILLIPS — Surfacing 1.677 miles of the Elaine Bypass on Route 2199, from Arkansas 20 eastward, Phillips County, $171,915. PHILLIPS - Surfacing 5.9 miles of Arkansas 316 from 2.5 miles east of Watkins Corner to Marvell, Phillips County, $257,051. SEARCY — Surfacing 1.9 miles of Gilbert Loop Road and county Road 34, in two sections, Freshour Construction Co., Inc., Sweet Home, $59,725. POPE — Surfacing 5.27 miles of UmS. 64 and Arkansas 247, beginning near the east city limits of Pottsville and extending to the west 3.97 miles and beginning at the junction of Arkansas 247 and U.S. 64 and extending to the south 1.3 miles, Ben M. Hogan Co., Inc., Little Rock, $128,723. YELL — Surfacing 4.06 miles of Arkansas 7, beginning north of the junction of Arkansas 7 and 10 and extending to the north, Freshour Construction Co., Inc., Sweet Home, $95,366. POPE — Surfacing 2.53 miles of Arkansas 7T, beginning at the junction of Arkansas 7 and 7T and extending to the east and north, Ben M. Hogan Co., Inc., Little Rock, $98,320. BENTON — Surfacing 10.26 miles of Arkansas 68, beginning at Siloam Springs and extending east, no bid. BENTON — Surfacing 20.63 miles of Arkansas 12, beginning at Gentry and extending east, no bid. BENTON — Surfacing 30.89 miles of Arkansas 12, one section beginning at Siloam Springs and extending east and the other section from Gentry to Bentonville. Governor fakes four of prisons CUMMINS PRISON FARM, Ark. (AP) — Gov. Dale Bumpers made an unannounced tour of Cummins Prison Farm and other prison facilities Wednesday to meet privately with em- ployes and inmates. A prison official said Bumpers made quiet preparations for the trip to avoid the glaring lights of news cameras that usually accompany his public visit. Supt. A. "Art" Ix>ckhart of Cummins said he was informed at 4 p.m. Tuesday of Bumpers' plans to visit Cummins. The governor and his aides ate lunch at the Women's Reformatory where the menu included Swiss steak and gravy, corn, green beans, rolls and cake. "It was a regular rneal, and nothing special was prepared for the governor's visit," Lockhart said. Bumpers has been a frequent visitor to the prison. 00 f Judy Petty says campaign has reached turning point LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Congressional candidate Judy Petty of Little Rock said Wednesday her Republican campaign had reached a turning point. Mrs. Petty will oppose Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., in November. She said a survey which showed that public confidence in Mills had dropped from 70 per cent to 34 per cent in five months means people are ready for a change. The survey was conducted by pollster Jim Ran- chino of Arkadelphia. Mrs. Petty said voters no longer would tolerate government by special interests and were more interested in integrity than power. She said a GOP poll conducted on her campaign was extremely interesting and favorable. But, she said she did not know exact details of the poll because her staff would not tell her. "Their attitude is that the candidate does not need to know," she said. "You're running ahead, you need tu campaign hard; if you're running behind you need to campaign hard." Mrs. Petty also said Milb, chairman of the tax-writing House Ways and Means Committee, has been hiding behind the credibility of President Ford because Mills has so little credibility of his own. 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