Pag* Pour HOPE (ARK.) STAR Saturday, October 12, The Best Time To Try A Want Ad Is Now! Call 777-3431 *** All Want Ads are payable in advance but ad will be accepted over the telephone and ac- comodation accounts allowed xvith the understanding the account is payable when statement is rendered. ,•••**>• •»••>• »•»••• 51. Situations SERVICES OFFERED • »»ttt«M»li«* it* IM »*«*»*«»** 47, Rug Cleaning Number of words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Pour Daypays 1.54 3.41 1.76 1.98 2.20 2.42 2.64 2.86 3.08 3.91 4.40 4.90 5.39 5.89 6.38 6.88 Six One J)ays Mo. 4.29 13.15 14.96 16.61 18.26 19.91 21.56 23.21 4.95 5.50 6.05 6.60 7.15 7.70 8.25 24.86 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures, as house or telephone numbers, count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time—$2.04 per inch per day 4 Times—$1.76 per inch per day 6 Times—$1.49 per inch per day 1 Month—$1.32 per inch per day STANDING CARD ADS $38.50 per inch per month. Rates quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip dale ads will lake the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 4 p.m. for publication on the following day, with exception of Saturday's paper, which must be in by noon Friday. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edil all ad- verlisemenls offered for publication, and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then or ONLY the One incorrect insertion. Phone 777-3431. MISCELLANEOUS BEST PRICES ON USED furniture & appliances, Westside furniture. See or call - 901 West Third, 7772222. 9-24-3mp HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR used furniture. Buy & Sell. City Tcading Post, Rosston Road. 777-8415. 9-20-tf . Help Wanted FASHION CAREER - Like to own a dress shop? Complete inventory - name brands. Beautiful redwood fixtures. Complete training program. $12,500 investment. Choice areas available. Call collect Mr. Johns, 904-396-1707 or write P.O. Box 26009 Jacksonville, Florida 32207. 10-10-3tp MAKE $100.00 WEEKLY Selling quality perfumes you make in your spare time. Details, rush 50c and a self addressed stamped envelope to Darlene Harris - 105 Quinwood, Valley Park, Missouri 63088. 10-10-4tc NEED LADY TO STAY with me in daytime and help with light housekeeping and cooking. 777-3759. 10-10-4tc WANTED - MAN FOR Milking Machine Operator. 6 day week. House and utilities furnished. Denver Ward - 8992470. 10-9-4tc ARTICLES FOR RENT OR LEASE 27. Ambulance Service 24-HOUR AMBULANCE Service. Call 777*3334. Hempstead County Ambulance Service, Inc. Air conditioned, oxygen equipped, Iwo way radio. Certified courteous attendants. 10-7-tf 31. Beauty Services MARTHA SISSON'S Beauty Shop. Call for appointment, 777-6821-220 South Shover. Specializing in blow haircutting! 9-13-lmc 32A.' PET GROOMING PROFESSIONAL GROOMING - All Breed Dogs. 777-6347 or 777-3806. 10-2-lmc 39. Job Printing PIONEER PRINTERS, East 2nd Street in Hope. Printing! office supplies, office furniture, 3M Photo copiers and supplies. 10-9-tf QUALITY COMMERCIAL PRINTING—Letterpress or offset. ETTER PRINTING CO. 983-2634, Washington, Ark. 9-26-tf THE PROVEN CARPET cleaner Bljie Lustre Is easy on the budget. Restates forgotten colors. Rent electric shampooef $1. Home Furniture. llMWtc CARPETS BRAIDED RUGS and walls cleaned. For free estimate, phone 777-4670. Curtis Yates. 9-20-tf •••••••*, •52 A. Au to Repair DAVIS VW Maintenance Tune-ups complete engine repairs. Factory trained. Phone 777-«350, 105 South Ferguson. 10-10-tf FOR THE HOME 53A. Home Remodeling NEED SOME ROOMS Paneled? Call Harry Kisthart's Cabinet Shop - 7776202. "Formica Tops - Pickup Covers. 9-18-lmc 55. Electrical Services TELEVISION SERVICE - we repair all makes - TV - Tapeplayers and Stereo sets. Call Western Auto, 777-4447. 10-9-tf 55A. Appliance Repair 4. Notice 15. Apartments-furnished GARAGE SALE - ANTIQUES, furniture, clothing and miscellaneous. Friday and Saturday. 1511 South Elm. 10-9-4tc YARD SALE - FIRST Time. Men, Ladles and Children Clothing. Shoes-all sizes. Curtains and Bedspreads. All day Saturday-October 12. 2 miles past Shover Springs on right. 10-9-4tp THREE FAMILY YARD SALE - 314 Avenue D. Washing machine, furniture, childrens clothing. Saturday - October 12th. 10-11-ltp GARAGE SALS - BRANNON Street. Two Family. Children thru Teen clothes. Bicycles, miscellaneous. Friday and Saturday. 10-10-3tc PARK ON THE LOT, Walk the Plank, and come in the back front door to Overturf's. Shop our Discount Department. Bargains galore! 9-23-tf WANTED i'-. Houses TWO & THREE BEDROOM House near Hope, must have 220 wiring. Call Texarkana collect. 501-773-3328. 10-7-6tp Birthdays, anniversaries or any special days—turn to Happy Ads! FOR LEASE AT HILLCREST and Imperial, one and two bedroom apartments. Central air conditioning. Utilities paid. Also, duplex, furnished or unfurnished. Call 777-6731. Weekends - 777-6423. 9-18-tf 2:5. Miscellaneous KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS for rent. $1.50 per day. $6.00 per week. Kirby Service Center - 107 South Main. 9-29-tf i******* 24. Mobile Homes TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Mobile Home. Water furnished. Call Kountry Kourts 777-6249. 10-4-tf MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT at Oak's Mobile Home Park. Call 777-5883. 9-19-tf 24B. Mobile Home Lots THE NICEST - LAKEWOOD Estates Mobile Home Park Highway 67 East. Hope Perrytown. 777-8221 or 7775520. 9-27-tf KOUNTRY KOURTS MOBILE Home Park - Swimming Pool - Highway 174 - Also Homes for rent. 777-6249. 9-27-tf 40. Meat Processing CUSTOM MEAT PROCESSING. Call 777-2753. 10-7-tf CUSTOM BUTCHERING TUESDAYS, Thursdays, and Fridays. Special prices on whole beef, halves or quarters. C&S Packing Company 777-8870 or, 777-2450,, ,;••••: ;.-•.. ., >;:-.j.< no-2-lmc 41. Miscellaneous KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS Sales and Service. Kirby Service Center - 107 South Main - Hope, Arkansas 7772890. 9-19-tf AUTHORIZED SINGER SERVICE on Singer and other makes - Sewing machines. Call 777-9941. '10-9-6tp WILL DO SEWING. For more information call 777-6127. 10-10-4tc ROOFING, REPAIR AND Odd Jobs. Phone 777-8975. 10-8-6tp HICKS RADIO - TV SERVICE. Repair all brands TV's, radios, stereo's, tapes. Tape players installed. 777-4052. 9-13-tf REDLICH APPLIANCE Service. Air conditioning, refrigeration, heating. Warranty repair for most major brand appliances. 777- ,:r.5764. .': -c% 9-13-tf 57. General Construction WHITMORE CEMENT Services—Patios, driveways, house floors and sidewalks, Free estimates. Phone 777-8968. 9-24-tf PAINTING AND GENERAL Home repair work. Call Doug Brantley, day 887-3850, night 887-3949. 10-6-tf LAVENDER SAND & GRAVEL CO. - gravel - fill sand - top soil - rentals on dozers, loaders, motor cranes and ditch witch machines. 777-3756. 9-26-tf 41A. Mobile Home Trans 79B. Real Estate BUr-SEtWHIAE MOBILE HOME TRANSPORTING - Call collect, Chandler Trailer Convoy, 501774-4361 Texarkana, Arkansas. Escourt cars available. 9-30-tf 47. Rug Cleaning GRAY'S CARPET & UPHOLSTERY cleaning, 14 years of experience. Free estimate 777-2264 or 777-8335- anytime. 9-244f • ..3 bedroom homt»on 1% acre. Owner is moving. Reduced to $4,500.00. ...3 bedroom, livingroom, den-dining, kitchen combination. Approximately 2 acres for a low $13,500.00. • ••3 bedroom, 1 acre central heat and air for only $16,500. HOPE REALTY 777-5115 or 777-5326 10-8-«c .*»•)*•'*• *»«•*••»••«•«•••••«*»*•••»••» 59. Miscellaneous **• Monies ««4«<iii*U*««»*4ii*»i*«i«**l< «»•***»*»*-•«****»*»•*»•»»*•»• MONTE'S SIDING COMPANY - tJpited States Steel, Vinyl, and Aluminum siding. Free estimates. FHA Financing Available. Toll free number 1800482-9656, ask for Monte Harris. 10-1-tf ARTICLES FOR SALE 71. Cars or Trurks FOR SALE - 196» THREE Ton GMC Mobile Home Tow Truck. After 5:00 p.m. - Call 899-2488. 10-7-6tp WANTED <• LATE MODEL used cars and. pickup trucks. See James Gaines or Mike Gaines. Phone 777-6100. 10-2-tf INGRAM'S USED CARS - Will buy used cars and pickups. Call John or J.B. Ingram, 7778670. 9-30-tf 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY III. Good condition, good tires. $1,295.00. 777-9900 or 777-8790. 10-ll-4tp MERCURY - 1971 CAPRI - 2 door Sport Coupe - 4 speed, 51,000 miles. Radio, heater, tape player, good gas mileage. $1,295.00. Will consider trade. 777-6015. 10-9-4tc 1973 BLACK GMC PICKUP 350 HP. Good condition. Call after 6:00 p.m. 777-6506. » 10-8-6tc NO WONDER THEY CALL Hendrix Motor Company, 1205 South Hervey, The "Economy Experts." In their New AMC Models, they have the most complete line of economy cars offered by anyone. Not just small cars.. .. .not just cars with good gas mileage. . . . .but real economy cars that offer you substantial savings all the iway from low price tags to .lower operating costs. -There's the fun-to-drive Gremlin. There are four .compact Hornets: the versatile Hatchback, roomy •Sport About Wagon and Two Sedans. There is the Family- size Matador - a Coupe, Wagon and Sedan - that is convincing proof you don't have to give up size for economy. And with every new AMC car, you get the assurance of long-lasting satisfaction from the exclusive AMC Buyer Protection Plan! When you want economy, go to the economy experts at Hendrix Motor Company, 1205 South Hervey where you'll find a complete line of new economy cars from AMC. And clean used cars and trucks. 10-10-tf 1974 OPEL MANTA, Solid red, standard shift. Call 7774706 or 777-4839. 10-9-6tp *- ;14». Help Wanted 4. Notice 4. Notice NEW IDEA MOBILE HOMES GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE '"all Bob's TV Repair, 777-2891 or resident, 77-3378 Al! Homes at our cost or below CASH ONLY! lo . 1Mte WANTED Steel fabrication plant has immediate openings for aiders, layout, and cutout men capable to be trained for lead men. Five paid holidays per year, two weeks vacation per year, group insurance plan, and other benefits. Experience not necessary in layout and cutout Looking tor workers wbo want a future with advaucemeui and year round job with no time loss. CONTACT: TEX-ARK-JOIST DIVISION P.O. Box 7ft3, Hope, Arkansas or call 777-4654 An Equal Opportunity Employer g-28-tf 1971 PONTIAC LEMANS - 9 passenger station wagon, air, power, in great condition. Also, 1965 Ford Panel Truck. Call 777-3127. 10-mtc 78. Miscellaneous FOR SALE - NINE ROOM House on two lots. Phone 777' 4279. 10-8-6tc WOOD FRAME HOME - 1% Baths, 3 Bedrooms. Corner lot. Near all local businesses. 821 South Elm. 777-3645. 10-8-tf 79. A. Mobile Homes FOR SALE - MOBILE HOME with carport to be moved. 12X60'. 874-2782. MARTIN & ROWE Chain Link Fence. Call 983-2875 or 9832393; Washington, Arkansas 71862. Free Estimates. Cash and Save. 9-19-tf CHAIN LINK FENCE FRANK Horton. Phone 7773812. Residential or Commercial - terms arranged. Estimates free. 10-10-tf ARKANSAS RAZORBACK SOUVENIRS - made in Arkansas. Russell's Curb Market, 902 West 3rd, 777-9933 and Russell's Country Store, 1-30 & Highway 28, 777-6822. 10-7-ftc 79B. Real Estate • •••••««•••«••••••>•••«•»•••••. WE HAVE SOME ACREAGE and some houses as well as commercial property listed. We DO NEED MORE LISTINGS NOW. Gus Hogan 777-6077; Wanda Cox - 7773210, HOGAN REALTY CO., 1321 South Main, Phone 7778879. 10-11-ltc FOR SALE - Mobile Home Lots. Highway 67 East, next to Lakewood Estates. Call 7778221, 777-5520. 10-10-tf VACANT - THREE-ROOM Apartment, unfurnished, 808 1st Street. Vacant seven-acre place, 3-bedroom modern home, barns in Perrytown. Strout Realty - 620 West 3rd Street, 777-3766. 10-10-4tp FOR SALE - ONE ACRE one mile South of 67 on Rosston Road. Will sell in lots. Owner will finance. Call 777-6668 or 777-2767 or 777-8315. 10-8-12tc •••*«? • 82. Pianos, Organs WURLITZER PIANOS, ORGANS. Buy, Sell, Trade. Also, tuning & repair. House •of.Music, 219 Main 777-3095. 9-26-tf 84. Sporting Equipments 12 FOOT V BOTTOM BOAT $55.00. Call 777-8975. 10-12-6tc NOW ACCEPTING LAYAWAYS on CB Radios and stereos for Christmas Gifts. I Gopher Cycles. 7778909. 10-10-4tp 84A. Bird Dogs POINTER BIRD DOG puppies. Three months old. Call 9832245. 9-13-lmp 88. Livestock FOR SALE - HOGS for Butchering. Shoat and weining pigs. Phone 777-2634. Call after 5:00 p.m. 10-9-6tp EIGHT WEEK OLD Feeder Pigs for sale. After 5:00 p.m. Call 899-2488. 10-7-6tp WORLD ALMAMC FACTS A recent report to Congress revealed that government research on weather modification may make it possible to "alleviate drought, curb hurricanes, suppress lightning and damaging hail and dissipate fog," The World Almanac says. The report stated that funds for weather modification have increased from some $3 million in fiscal year 1959 to about $17 million in fiscal year 1974. INEWSPAPEK ENTERPRISE ASSN.i Power gtruggle seen in White Bluff issue LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A drive apparently is afoot to wrest regulatory power of the slate Pollution Control and Ecology Department. The drive apparently has been undertaken by some legis- lalors who are irritated at the stand a representative of the department took on Arkansas Power & Light Co.'s proposed White Bluff power plant. Jarrell E. Southall, the department's Air Division chief, told the slate Public Service Commission last summer he would "feel comfortable" only if AP&L were allowed to build half of its proposed 3,200-mega- wall coal-fired power plant on the banks of the Arkansas River near Redfield. Even then, he said, production might have to be curtailed occasionally to keep the plant's emissions from violating a stale standard for sulphur dioxide lhal is more restrictive than the federal government's regulations. The PSC staff has recommended that SouthalPs position be adopted. '"If we're above the federal standards on air pollution, I wantthem,brought down," said slate Rep. Boyce Alford of Pine Bluff. "How in the world can Arkansas compete with other states" if its pollution control standards are more stringent than those of other states. Late last month, Alford proposed that the legislative Joint Interim Commiltee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor make a study to develop legislation under which the legislature would assume more responsibility for the establishment of environmental protection policies and programs of Arkansas instead of "delegating broad legislative power to an administrative agency which is not elected by the people." Alford's proposal, adopted by The world's best-selling book is the Bible, portions of which have been translated in whole or in part into 1,315 languages. t>yBemice6edeCk3l For Sunday, Oct. 13,1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) There are a lot of little chores you could get out of the way If you put your mind to it while you're in the mood. They won't take long. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) If you're planning to entertain today, confine it to a small group of your less active friends. You won't have much of a mess to contend with. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You will be a bit more of a homebody today than you generally are. Center your activities around things the family can do together. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Use some of your spare time to catch up on correspondence and paperwork. Later this week you'll be glad you did. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You'll show considerable common sense and practicality in your material affairs today. It's not likely you'll be bested in any manner. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) In most things that will confront you today you'll gain the upper hand if you use your initiative. Don't treat them passively. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Today will be more enjoyable for you if you aren't involved in anything too noisy or active. Some solitude is required. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) The friends you'll feel most at ease with are ones who share the same practical interests you do. Other types will offer you little. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) You are not apt to be idle now regarding a goal that is important to you. Something productive will be accomplished. CAPRICORN (Dec. 2 2-Jan. 19) Be both philosophical and practical in handling issues as they arise at this time. This combination will steer you through neatly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 2O-Feb. 19) You'll have an occasion to remind one who is indebted to you of what is owed. Do it in a detached, unemotional way. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) You find pleasurable harmony in relationships that are important to you. You also fit very nicely in situations that call for teamwork. your brthdoy Oct. 13, 1974 This year you will receive some unexpected help from behind the scenes just when it's needed. However, depend more on your own efforts than the efforts of others. the committee, said "in many instances, the regulations promulgated by the Pollution Con* trol Commission impose severe financial commitments upon private industries and Individuals and upon the various communities and public programs of this state." Alford said he expected the study to last 1-1% years. "I hate to see an industry like AP&L that has done so much for this state and for its people and provided so many jobs" treated as it has been on the Redfield plant, Alford said in an interview. He conceded that the AP&L issue was "one of the precipitating factors" behind his proposal, but he declined to name others. State Sen. Virgil T. Fletcher of Benton supports Alford's proposal, Fletcher said Tuesday that Arkansas' standards should be no higher or different than the federal government's. "I think some of the pollution control regulations go too far," Fletcher said. Fletcher also said there was talk among legislators of "put- ling the Pollution Control and Health departments together because they both regulate the same thing" and are "duplicating efforts." Court Docket CASES FILED IN CHANCERY AND CIVIL COURT Charles Edward Stuart vs. Dorothy Stuart Mid-State Homes, Inc., vs. Wesper Poindexter and Lillian Poindexter Federal National Mtg., Ass'n vs. Kenneth E. Rateliff, et ux James I. Anderson vs. Genola L. Anderson Virginia Cully vs. Richard Allen Cully Troy Watson •vs. Wayne Sindsey , ^ Billy Malcolm Stewart vs. Cynthia Edmonds Stewart Shirley G. Hulsey vs. John M. Moore, et al Linda Mosier vs. Oscar Mosier Harold Rushing vs. Mary Alice Rushing Gunter Farms, Inc. vs. Chor Time Equipment, Inc., et al Commercial Credit Corp., vs. John Yarbrough, et ux Luke Biddle, d-b-a vs. R.D. Phillips Alice Faye Briney vs. Tommy Gene Goza S.T. Johnson d-b-a vs. A.R. Mobley, et ux Odie C. Jones vs. Bulk Transport, Inc., et al Fred Glanton vs. Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Ins. Co. MARRIAGES Michael C. O'Dell, Hope to Deborah Ann Johnson, Hope Bobby Jack Turner, Hope to Carolyn Joyce May, Hope Larry Bates, Murfreesboro to Shirley Bates, Benton, Ark. Tony Pettit, Hope to Sheila Adkins, Marianna, Ark. Paul Raymond Haynie, Birmingham. Alabama to Carla Jo Turner, Hope James H. Smith, Washington to Lillie R. Reid, Prescott Roger A. White, Emmet to Frankie Marcene Blakely, Emmet Raymond H. Griffin, Hope to Mada Irene Pool, Hope Roland Stuart, Washington to Enola Clark, Washington Calvin R. Bette, Hope to Rosie L. Bryant, Hope Randall W. Byers, Hope to Paula Kay Dillard, Hope Fred R. Castillo, Erie, Michigan to Guadalupe Gaona, Erie, Michigan Raymond E. Gove, Hope to Deborah Heath, Hope Certain North American Indian tribes passed their children through the limbs of a dogwood tree to protect them from childhood diseases. The first professional soldier in the White House was Zachary Taylor, president from 1849-1850.
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