Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 4, 1974 · Page 7
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[Friday, October 4, I9?4 STAR Page Seven ,.»»«*»*•*•*** 79B. Real Estate ****»*••*********' 84 A; Blfd 460 ACRES -FENCED WATER. About 100 acres open pastures. $250.00 acre * less than 20 milds of Hope. Shown by appointment. Goron Broome Weal Estate * 501-774-5897 of Arkansas Farm Agency - 501472-4011. . *•;*;* iti . . 1 t . i , j ii ,.,...., ft»tNflft BfittJ BOG puppies. Three months old. Call 9832245. LEGAL NOTICE CLOSE IN - NINE ROOM Duplex on large 150' by 150' corner lot. One apartment furnished. Selling to close estate. Owners will carry balance at 8& per cent with reasonable down payment. Total sales price 18,500.00. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY, INC. 512 East Third Street, Phone 777-4691. 10-3-4tc 100'x200' LOT ON ROCKY Mound Road. Also, almost new living room suite. Call 777-3859 after 5:30 p.m. 10-3-6tp 80. Motorcycles 1972 YAMAHA ENDURO 175. Call 777-2219. 10-2-4tc 1974 HARLEY DAVIDSON Motorcycle 350. Call after 5:00 p.m. 777-3082. 10-l-4t.c 82. Pianos, Organs WURLITZER PIANOS, ORGANS. Buy, Sell, Trade. Also, tuning & repair. House of Music, 219 Main 777-3095. 9-26-tf PIANO IN STORAGE Beautiful spinet-console stored locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can take at big saving on low payment balance. Write Joplin Piano Co., Joplin, Missouri 64801. 83A. Pets FOR SALE - THREE Year old Quarter Horse. Very gentle and good with children. $175.00. 777-5190. 84. Sporting Equipments 25 INCH AMF 10-SPEED Bicycle -loaded with extras. Call 777-8212 after 6:00 p.m. 10-3-4tc 1970 MODEL 350 YAMAHA STREET Bike. Excellent condition. 1973 model - 9.8 HP Mercury Outboard Motor. Like new. Call 777-6518 after 6:00 p.m. 10-4-6tc NOftCfc^F ELECTION Notice is hereby given pursuant to a petition filed by more than 15 percent of the qualified electors of Hempstead County, Arkansas, asking for a local option election to determine whether the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquors shall be legal in Hempstead County, Arkansas; that an election will be held on the 5th day of November, 1974, between the hours provided by law for general elections for the purpose of submitting to the electors the question set out in said petition, and the ballot title shall read as follows: "For the Manufacture or Sale of Intoxicating Liquors" "Against the Manufacture or Sale of Intoxicating Liquors" WITNESS my hand this the 23 day of September, 1974. Mrs. Dee McMurrough Clerk Hempstead County, Arkansas September 27; October 4, 1974 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ERMA ODOM, deceased No. P-74-77 Last known address of decedent: Fulton, Arkansas 71838 Date of death: September 13, 1974. An instrument dated May 22, 1972, was on the 24th day of September, 1974, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly 'verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date . of the first publication ofi-this doticer or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 27th day of September, 1974. Everett Odom Executor) 2801 Linden Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601 (Mail Address) Sent. 27; Oct. 4, 1974 Hendrix criticizes Amendment CATHERINE DUDLEY, 18, from Hope, graduated from the Culinary Arts program at the McKinney Job Corps Center in McKinney, Texas. Miss Dudley, the daughter of Everlean Dudley of Route 4, entered the Job Corps program through the Arkansas Employment Commission. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRANK GRUZINSKY, deceased. Last known address of decedent: 917 West 6th Street, Hope, Arkansas 71801 Date of death: September 27, 1974 An instrument dated March 5, 1974, was on the 1st day of October, 1974, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. ^ This notice first published 4th<- day of October, 1974. Harold Lee Gruzinsky (Executor) c-o F.C. Crow, Attorney P.O. Box No. 642 Hope, Arkansas 71801 (Mail Address) Designated Agent for Process F.C. Crow, Attorney for Estate Oct. 4. 11; 1974 FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Disapproval of proposed Amendment 57, which would let the state legislature set Interest rates, was voiced Thursday by state Sen. Olen Hendrix of Antoine* a banker and former sponsor of major banking legislation. There now is a 10 per cent ceiling on interest rates. Hendrix told the Legislative Qjuncil's Committee on Corporations, Insurance and Banking he expected the amendment to the state Constitution to be "overwhelmingly defeated" next month. "1 would never vote to increase interest rates over 10 percent," said Hendrix. "The small loan is the most important loan you have to deal with. It is used for the basic necessities of life. To increase interest rates would be to penalize the little man." Hendrix is chairman of the board of the Bank of Prescott and president of the Bank of Delight. The committee was trying to decide what to do with a study of interest rates in other states, which had come about at the suggestion of state Rep. Ber- nlce Keizer of Port Smith. The committee ended up filing the study with the council for reference. It said basically that interest rates vary from state to state, |CROWD< 1ST •ICORDS I ivnrwHiiH. I | You Have Read About It In [ Newipipen and Magazines UNCENSOIEDI UNCUT! ANYTHIHft UKi IT JiKKB I CROWD! ~coS&uiSsr MAT TMf CROWN IY.U About II On KaiiioMdTV Now SM It!! CE CUT OUT... COVERED UP NOTHING LEFT TO THE IMAGINATION THE ON The Most Revealing Picture Ever Flned| SctMs Tb» Prtlic Hts Ntvw Swt ••fort! Spectacular. ^ ,^c «c civ/c ^^^ TV THE ADiJ L.T 6fA/^CT ACTUAL HOSPITAL SCENES Of- Fivt ^^/y^/? O f THIS PftotM* NO 0Atf BIRTHS WONE ALIKE, ALL DIFFERENT UNDER 16 A0M/rr£-D> You'll Gasp -Vou'II WincI^ II Shudder A Bold and Vital Adult Program ADMISSION $1.75 No Greater Sin - 7:30 BIRTH TRIPLETS - 8:45 AND BONUS HIT AT 9:15 "WILD AND WILLING" but that on the average the rates are about 18 per cent. Hendrix said the study, was out of place now because the voters would be deciding the fate of the issue in November. Rep. John E. Miller of Melbourne wanted to send the study to the state's congressional delegation and ask theni to push for a uniform national interest rate, preferably 10 per cent. Hendrix, however, said that wouldn't solve anything because considerable opposition might arise nationally. He said a compromise might come about that would set the interest rate higher than the one in Arkansas. Hendrix said he saw nothing wrong with Arkansas being "a loner" in the interest rate field. A proposal to study and make recommendations on setting up uniform procedures for handling grievances of public em- ployes, submitted by Rep. Bill Thompson of Marked Tree, was approved by the Committee on Labor and Industry. It would require a 21-member study committee to make recommendations on state law to regulate collective bargaining for public employes. Thompson said his primary intent was to ask the legislature to pass a law setting up uniform grievance procedures. "A lot of employes are being discriminated against and they don't have anyone to ge to te get any answers from,*' Thompson said. The study committee, composed of employers and em- ployes of the state, county and city governments, also would be asked to seek an attorney general's opinion on the extent to which the legislature could delegate power to state agencies to negotiate salaries and labor contracts. Clinton raps K-Mart move WALDRON, Ark. (AP) Congressional candidate Bill 'Clinton of Fayetteville Thursday called the temporary suspension of credit sales by K- Mart stores in Arkansas "a blatant attempt to coerce people into voting for Amendment 57." The proposed constitutional amendment would remove the 10 per cent constitutional limit on interest rates. The legislature would have the power to set such limits under the proposed amendment. Clinton, a Democrat, said he doubled that the temporary suspenion of credit sales would result in an increase in support for the proposed amendment. Fcdcral-SUMe Livestock Market News Service Hope Thursday's Sale CATTLE: Estimated 935, last week 82$, last year 890, Compared lo last week's sale, slaughter cows weak * 2.00 lower. Slaughter bulls * steady. Feeder steers - steady - .60 higher. Feeder heifers * steady. Supply largely Good arid Choice 250-500 Ib. feeder steers, bulls and heifers, balance 10 per cent cows and one per cent slaughter bulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial 17.40-18.60; high dressing Utility few 18.5020.00; Cutter 13.50-16.50; Qfflttef 11.30-13,90. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield 1-2 1000-1290 Ibs. 21.80*27.10, SLAUGHTER HEIFERS AND CALVES! Good 350-566 IbS. 22.00-27.50. FEEDER STEERS: (Thin to moderately fleshed) 2S6-400 Ibs. 25.00-28.25, few sales fleshy, 450550 Ibs. 26.00-28.50. Good to low Choice 300400 Ibs. 22.06-2S.50. Low lo Average Good, Including Choice early, maturing 300-400 Ibs. 19.00-23.00. COW-CALF PAIRS: Choice 36 year old cows with 75-150 Ib. calves at side 200.00-282.50 per pair. Good pairs * 150.00-200.00 per pair. Record cold continues By The Associated Press October continued to act like November—or December- today in the eastern half of the nation, with record cold in several Southeastern cities. Temperatures fell into the 30s as far south as northern Alabama and South Carolina. Readings in the 20s were common farther north. Wilmington, Del. , with 32de- greea Chattanooga, Term.,with 35 and Baltimore, Md., with 34 all had record lows for the date. The same was true for Binghamton, N.Y., with 27 and Erie, Pa., with 31. More seasonable weather returned to the midcontlnent, which warmed to the 50s and 60s during the night. TCr&Y family center SATURDAY it ;J ni ii .;•> 'i -V «] . a 600NO.HERVEYST HOPE,ARK OPEN 9 AM TIL 9PM MONDAY THRU SATURDAY ONE DAY ONLY STORE UP NOW LADIES ALL SHEER SLIGHTLY IRREGULAR PANTYHOSE PAIR ILADIES STORE BACK THESE VALUES LIMIT 3 PR MEN'S SLIGHTLY IRREGULAR SHORT SLEEVE POLO SHIRTS »,«-»•• fw. R$ MEN'S & BOYS FOOTBALL TEE SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE FULL RANGE OF SIZES BOY'S 100 PER CENT COTTON FLARE JEANS 00 MEN'S 100 PERCENT COTTON FLARE JEANS 2 PAIR $7 00 MEN AND BOYS ALL WEATHER JACKETS VALUES TOM 7.88 *ONE DAY ONLY 25% OFF WORK PANTS PERMANENT PRESS 65 PER CENT POYLESTERl 35 PER CENT COTTON NO. 5146 BIG SMITH CARPENTER OVERALLS TAYLORED TO FIT 100 PER CENT COTTGfN $T88 I PAIR PAIR mini CUICUT tUNVCNICNI ' T - 6 * v - KVOLVACCOUNT •BANKAMfRICARO MEN'S "FRUIT OF THE LOOM" TEE SHIRTS OR BRIEFS 3 PER PACKAGE $066 M* PACKAGE YOUR CHOICE ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES ALL WEATHER COATS VALUES TOM7,88 25% ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S 100'PERCENT POLYESTER DOUBLEKNIT SLACKS SOLIDS-PRINTS •PATTERNS VALUES TOM 2.881 PAIR 00

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