Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 12, 1974 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 12, 1974
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tight HOPE (ARK.) StAR Thursday, September 12, 1974 All new Dodge Coronet for 1975 IMPORTANT ROLE in 1975 model Dodge lineup is filled by Dodge Coronet Brougham 2-door hardtop, an attention-getter in an expanded series of all-new intermediates redesigned for consumers who seek big car convenience and luxury in smaller cars. Coronet body styles include sedans and wagons. News Briefs TWENTY-NINE PALMS, Calif. (AP) — Michael S. Henricksen, 20, of Conway, Ark., drowned Wednesday in a swim ' ming pool, authorities said. Henricksen, the son of Einar Henricksen of Conway, was stationed at the Marine Corps base here. Authorities said Henricksen was last seen alive at about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday on the patio of an apartment complex. His body was found about 5:30 a.m. in the apartment pool. BRINKLEY, Ark. (AP) Dennis Dobson, 19, of Fargo was killed Wednesday night when his bicycle was struck by a tractor-truck on Arkansas 39 four miles north of here, State Police said. Trooper John Conder said the accident occurred when the driver of the truck, Edward Webb of Brinkleyn lost control of the truck while rounding a curve, causing the truck to cross.the center line and strike the bicycle. Coronet offers more body styles, luxury DETROIT — The Dodge Coronet intermediate car line," designed to meet the needs of the consumer who seeks big car convenience and luxury in a smaller vehicle, has been restyled for the 1975 model year. "The intermediate market segment now represents over 26 per cent of total industry sales—the largest volume segment," according to Dodge Division general sales manager, Richard D. McLaughlin. "With the current emphasis on economy of operation, we anticipate that the intermediates will get increased attention from traditional medium-price and standard car owners in the coming model year. "Thus, we are approaching this segment with a full line of Coronet models, including conventional two-door hardtops, and upgraded four-doors and wagons," McLaughlin said. New styling themes bring the look of classic elegance to the intermediate lineup, and interiors are luxurious." Improvements have been made in the accoustical engineering to enhance the quiet ride and bumper, pas-> senger restraint and air conditioning systems and serviceability features are improved. The lineup includes three new two-door models—Coronet hardtop Coronet custom hardtop and the Coronet Brougham hardtop. Four-door models are the Coronet and Coronet Custom, and a Brougham package adds a level of luxury to the .intermediate four-door that previously was found only on more expensive cars. Three wagons—Coronet, Coronet Custom and Coronet Crestwood—round out the line. LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Dr. Ben N. Saltzman, president of the Arkansas Medical Society, is to assume the position of chairman of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Arkansas Medical Center Oct 1. Saltzman has been in family practice at Mountain Home for 28 years. Classified continued (Continued from Page Six) 79B, Real Estate 265 ACRE FARM, near Ozan. Large metal barn, excellent condition. Some timber. 75 acres under cultivation, large pasture (will carry approximately 100 head). Barn will shed 100 head. Easy terms. Low rate interest. Call 2874270. 9-10-4tc FOUR BEDROOM, two bath brick home. Central heat and air on two acres, located within three miles of Hope on paved road. HOPE REALTY, 777-5326 or 777-5115. 9-12-6tc 80. Motorcycles 1973 HONDA CB-350 Motorcycle. Electric starter - low mileage. Call 777-2542 after 5:00 p.m. Mills says he has no objection to McLarty LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., said Wednesday he could work with any good Democrat named to be chairman of the state Democratic party. Mills also said he had no objection to Mack McLarty, 28, of Little Rock being named to the post. "I know I could work with him for the betterment of the Democratic party and the State of Arkansas," Mills said, "just as I could with any other good Democrat chosen by...David Pryor." Pryor, the Democratic nominee for governor, has said he favors McLarty for the position, and in the past that would have settled the issue. This year, however, the chairman is to be selected by the Democratic State Committee without a formal recommendation by the gubernatorial nominee. The party convention opens at Hot Springs Friday with members of county caucuses selecting members of the State Committee. McLarty is a partner in the Little Rock advertising agency working for passage of the pro- posed constitutional amendment that would give the legislature power to set interest rate ceilings. He also has the support of Gov. Dale Bumpers and Bill Clinton of Fayetteville. Clinton is the Democratic nominee for Congress in the 3rd District. But McLarty's support is not- unanimous among state; Deomcrats. Dean Boswell Jr. of Bryant withdrew as a potential candidate for the chairman's post Tuesday night and urged McLarty to do the same. McLarty declined. Boswell said McLarty was deeply involved in the effort to achieve passage .of the proposed usury amendment and that this would "overshadow his other efforts on behalf of the party and its nominees." McLarty said his partnership in the advertising agency should not preclude his possible selection as chairman. He said he had not been too active in the agency lately and that he had devoted more time to his automobile and truck leasing business. Beer application rejected 82. Pianos, Organs WURLITZER PIANOS, ORGANS. Buy, Sell, Trade. Also, tuning & repair. House of Music, 219 Main 777-3095. 8:5A. Pets J - 11 MONTHS, Registered black and white Cocker Spaniel. Call 896-2308 8434! £,<JlSi£.ttc,L> POINTER PUPPIES for sale. Phone 7776478 after 3:30 p.m. 9-3-tf LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An application for a permit to sell Coors beer wholesale in Pulaski and Sebastian counties was rejected Wednesday by the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. The Adolph Coors Co. of Golden, Colo., which brews the beer, opposed the application in correspondence with ABC Administrator R. E. Brians. Coors previously has refused to expand its market to Arkansas, saying it was selling all the beer it could produce in its existing market area. Samuel H. Perrin of Fort Smith applied for the permit. Brians said Perrin had planned to buy the beer at retail in Oklahoma, pay the Arkansas tax when the beer was brought into the state and then sell the beer at "wholesale." Brians said Perrin would have paid about $8 a case for the beer. His "wholesale" price would have been higher, of course, and the retail price in Arkansas would have been still higher. Brians said Coors contended it lacked facilities to provide the Arkansas market adequately and also cited problems of quality control. PAIN CAN KILL A MARRIAGE LONDON (AP) — Arthritis may be a marriage wrecker, says a report published here on the crippling disease which affects six million persons in Britain. The British Arthritis and Rheumatism Council said more than a third of women who .provided case histories for the report had failed marriages — and many blamed their illnesses. One 38-year-old sufferer whose husband left her aftor 13 years said, "It takes an exceptional man who can stand the pressure of having a wife who is slowly deteriorating through arthritis." Council to study Game-Fish appropriations RUSSELLVILLE, Afk. (AP) — The staff of the Legislative Council is to study what legal restrictions might exist against the state Game and Fish Commission's receiving appropriations from general revenues or from federal revenue sharing funds. The council directed its staff to make the study at the sug--,- gestion of state Rep. William F. /; Foster Sr. of England Wednesday. Foster said the commission's proposed $4 increase in hunting and fishing licenses — to $7.50 each — never would get the approval of the 1975 General Assembly. Joe D. Scott, commission chairman, and Andrew M. Hul-. sey, commission director, have said Amendment 35 to the state Constitution forbids the appropriation of general revenues to .the agency. Foster said the council staff should seek an attorney general's opinion on this. State Rep. Johft E. Miller of Melbourne said it friight be pos-^ sible for the commission to use state general revenues for capital improvements but not for operation such as salaries. He asked that the council explore this angle. Earlier, Foster had suggested that the council look into the possibility that the General Assembly could tie any appropriation to a specific use such as salaries. State Sen. Knox Nelson of stirt loSig weight (6d*y OR MONEY BACK. MONADEX It i tiny th*< will H6lp curb yout <i»- JrJr i Bobby Glover of Carlisle Pine Blufi! said some Cabot vo i ce vote, area sportsmen had suggested the possible creation of a trusteeship of private citizens to receive and administer contributions to the commission. He suggested that this approach be part of the study. On another matter, the council adopted a resolution expressing its opposition to any type of amnesty for draft evaders. The council approved the resolution, sponsored by state Rep. by a . is**. Contain* no d«ngerou» drug! will hot make you hsrvou*. No "" '*"lart today. MONADEX coil* 43 06 lor a 20 day supply aftd JS.OO for twice the amount. Lose ugly l*« or your money will be refunded wllh no questions asked by: CRESCENT DRUG 225 S. Main Mail orders filled DISCO NTE •WHERE YOU PAY LESS HWY 4 NORTH OPEN 9-9 .FOR THE BEST' DOOR BUSTING FEDERALS-WINCHESTER DOVE AND QUAIL SHOT GUN SHELLS 12-16-20 GAUGE $OOO ji[§ BOX LIMIT 4 BOXES 100 COUNT PAPER PLATES 2 $100 • LIMIT 2 OLDARKIES WORSTED KNITTING YARN 4PLY-40Z. ASSORTED COLORS (WHILE SUPPLY LASTS) 4$|00 SMOKERS GIVE THOSE STEAKS A HICKORY FLAVOR ROSCO TEJIT No.CT-24 «'*?' citation umbrella 4 cot capacity FOAM FILLED BED PILLOWS 8-ROLLS TEDDY BEAR BATHROOM TISSUE MEN'S STRIPE TOP CREW SOCKS O $ 1 00 EXCELLENT FOR GYM CLASS NESTLE'S KING SIZE CANDY BARS CRUNCH OR MILK CHOCLATE 3 FOR $ 1 DELUXE LAWN EDGERS NOKS-122-A K.&S.MFG. co SALTINE CRACKERS 300 COUNT NOTE BOOK PAPER $100 FOR I LIMIT 2 MIX-AND-MATCH 1VHB LOAF BREAD • HOT DOG BUNS • HAMBURGER BUNS

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