Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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Page HOPE (ARK.) StAK Wednesday, October 16, 1914 »*• The Best Time To Try A Want Ad Is Now! Call 777-3431 ..*..........*.*. ..-i.mv.M.HK*.'! i I-T-- nr-mai.-, ,..«.*..•• •**••*••«»**«»*••»*. ; '' *.. A » "" All Want Ads ate payable to advance but ad will be accepted over the telephone and ac- comodalion accounts allowed with the understanding the account is payable when statement is rendered. Number of words Up to 15 16 lo 20 21 to 25 26 lo 30 31 lo 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Four Day Days 1.54 3.41 3.91 4.40 4.90 5.39 5.89 6.38 1.76 1.98 2.20 2.42 2.64 2.86 3.08 Six One Days Mo. 4.29 13.15 14.96 16.61 18.28 19.91 21.56 23.21 6.88 4.95 5.50 6.05 6.60 7.15 7.70 8.25 14. Situations BEST PRICES ON USED furniture & appliances, Westslde 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 :i:i. Child Care •«»•#*••••• **»•••*•*••••• 24.86 14B. Help Wanted 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-41.76 per inch per day 6 Times-41.49 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 date ads will take 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 edit all advertisements 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 :J. Lost LOST - EL MATADOR. 1973 Saratoga Class Ring; Opel Cluster Ring. REWARD! 7773768 days; ,983-2646 nights- 10-16-4to *».......-... •. 4. Notice ALL DAY PARKING SPACES available two blocks west of downtown Hope. $5.00 per month. Phone 777-2313. 10-14-6tc 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 GARAGE SALE - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. 1412 South Pine. Ladies and men's clothing, furniture, antiques, used cars and motorcycles. 10-15-4tp MAINTENANCE MAN - Experienced preferred, good wages, benefits, steady employment. Apply in person at Hudson Foods, Inc., Hope, Arkansas or call 777-6786 for interview. 10-15-6tc ARTICLES FOR RENT OR LEASE 15. Apartments-furnished 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 16. Apartmcnts- unfurnished FOUR ROOM DUPLEX Apartment. Newly paneled, celetex throughout. 1002 South Elm. 777-2253. 10-16-tf 21. Houses-unfurnished FOR RENT OR SALE - Two bedroom, carpet, prefer no children or pets. $80.00 a month. Deposit required. 7776855. 519 Andress Street, 10-15-4tc 'i\\. Miscellaneous KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS for rent. $1.50 per day. $6.00 per week. Kirby Service Center - 107 South Main. 9-29-tf '24. Mobile Homes TWO BEDROOM KUKNISHED 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 t * * • * •• * • « • * BACK PORCH SALE - Highway 67 East, white house across Highway from Experiment Station Road. Wednesday and Thursday. 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 10-16-2tc CARPORT SALE-FRIDAY, Saturday - 1499 Pine. Bedroom suite, exerciser, baby bed, clothes, many other items. 10-16-4tp YARD SALE - CLOTHES, what-nots, shoes dishes. Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 10-16-4tc .5. Personal » •"! •'<"* *••••• «>v^ 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-«249. 9-27-tf SERVICES OFFERED 27. Ambulance Service 24-HOUR AMBULANCE Service. Call 777-3334. Hempstead County Ambulance Service, Inc. Air conditioned, oxygen equipped, two way radio. Certified courteous attendants. 10-7-lf '*32A.' PET GROOMING NEED BABYSITTER CLOSE to Her-pstead Hospital for 2 year old. Prefer lady with one child. Call after 6:00 p.m. 7775219. 10-15-4tc 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 ',...•••••••••<•••••••«••• •••'• ••» 40. Meat Processing CUSTOM MEAT PROCESSING. Call 777-2753. 10-7-tf CUFTOM BUTCHERING TUESDAYS, Thursdays, and Fridays. Special prices on whole beef, halves or quarters. C&S Packing Company 777-8870 or 777-2450. 10-2-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. 10-16-6tp 41A. Mobile Home Trans MOBILE HOME TRANSPORTING - Call collect, Chandler Trailer Convoy, 501774-4361 Texarkana, Arkansas. Escourt cars available.,. 9-30-tf r% •.,•••„,.•••••••»••••••'<*»** 47. Rug Cleaning GRAY'S CARPET & UPHOLSTERY cleaning, 14 years of experience. Free estimate 777-2264 or 777-8335— anytime. 9-24-tf CARPETS BRAIDED RUGS and walls cleaned. For free estimate, phone 777-4670. Curtis Yates. 9-20-tf FOR "A JOB WELL DONE FEELING" clean carpets with Blue Luster. Rent electric shampooer $1. Home Furniture. 10-15-6tc "STEAM CLEAN" YOUR CARPETS the professional way. Do it yourself and save money. The Trewax Hydro- Mist System cleans even ground-in dirt. No shampoo residue. Leaves carpets soft and fluffy. Rent the Trewax Hydro-Mist System at The Sherwin-Williams Company, 413 South Main Street, 7774632. 10-16-ltc Birthdays, anniversaries or any special days— turn to Happy Ads! 52 A. Auto ......... ....... ••*• ...... '•••DAVIS VW Maintenance Tune-ups complete engine repairs. Factory trained. Phone 777-6350, 105 South Ferguson. _ 10-104! -—•————— — — — i— — — FOR THE HOME 53A. Home Remodeling NEED SOME ROOMS Paneled? Call Harry Kisthart's Cabinet Shop - 7776202. "Formica Tops - Pickup Covers. 9-18-lmc ARTICLES FOR SALE 78. Miscellaneous lCar ' LOSE WEIGHT WITH New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Water Pills - Cox Drug.' 10-16-ltp PROFESSIONAL GROOMING - All Breed Dogs. 777-6347 or 777-3806. 10-2-lmc 4. Notice 4. Notice NEW (PIA MOBILE HOMES GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE Call Bab'* TV Repair, 777-2891 or resident, 777-337« All Home* at our cost or below CASH ONLY! io-ll-6tc 5. Personal ^^^^^•M^^Hfl BUSINESSMEN If your ad was in this spot you would be reaching over 13,056 READERS for a mere cost of *8.16. CALL OUR CLASSIFIED DEPT. TODAY 777-3431 DH TELEVISION SERVICE - we repair all makes - TV * Tapeplayers and Stereo sets. Call Western Auto, 777-4447. 10-9-tf 55A. Appliance Repair REDLICH APPLIANCE Service. Air conditioning, refrigeration, heating. Warranty repair for most major brand appliances. 7775764. 10-13-tf HICKS RADIO - TV SERVICE. Repair all brands TV's, radios, stereo's, tapes. Tape players installed. 777-4052. 10-13-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 |pn j dozers, loaders, motor cranes and ditch witch machines, j 777-3756. 9-26-tf WANTED - LATE MODEL used cars and pickup trucks. See James Gaines o»- Mike Gaines. Phone 777-8100. 10-2-tf INGRAM'S USED CARS - Will buy used cars and pickups. Call Johri or J.B. Ingram, 7778670. 9-30-tf 1969 CHEVROLET PICKUP short wide bed. 350 V8, automatic transmission. 7778246. 10-16-2tc 1971 PONTIAC LEMANS - 9 passenger station wagon, air, power, in great condition. Also, 1965 Ford Panel Truck. Call 777-3127. 10-12-6tc 1973 CHEVORLET PICKUP, long wide bed, standard shift, 6 cylinder. Exceptionally clean. Call 777-3561 after 1:00 »«»»»»»»»•••»*»*»*»*»••*•••*•* FOR ALL OCCASIONAL Cards and your Vanda Beauty Counselor Cosmetics—Call Lois Purtell before 9:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. 777-2156. 10-14-6tc FOR SALE - ZENITH CHROMA Color T.V. Whir- pool Washer and Dryer, less than one year old. Call 7772658. 10-16-4tc 79. Homes WOOD FRAME HOME - IVi 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. 10-ll-6tp p.m. 10-15-4tp 79B. Real Estate 59. Miscellaneous MONTE'S SIDING COMPANY - Upited States Steel, Vinyl, and Aluminum siding. Free estimates. FHA Financing Available. Toll free number 1800-482-9656, ask for Monte Harris. 10-1-tf 68. Appliances p**««««*****«««*»«««*«»**««*«»»»* GAS LEVEL Refrigerator for sale. Call B.L. Rettig at 7773866. 10-ll-6tc —Want ads work wonders* 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 way 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 j satisfaction from the ex- L elusive AMC Buyer f 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 78. Miscellaneous MARTIN & ROWE Chain Link Fence. Call 983-2875 or 9832393; Washington, Arkansas 71862. Free Estimates. Cash and Save. 9-19-tf FRANK Horton. Phone 7773812. Residential or Commercial - terms arranged. Estimates free. 10-10-tf 75A. Farm Equipment LIVESTOCK TRANSPORTER A versatile tag-along trailer designed to reduce high labor costs around the farm. HydraulicaUy actuated platform lowers completely to the ground for safe, fast loading. Does not have to be unhooked from towing vehicle when loading or unloading. One man operation. Large load carrying non-skid floor plate platform-71" wide and 12 feet long. 5000 pounds rated load capacity at 20MPH. 2000 PSI Hydraulic System. Can be actuated from farm tractor or towing vehicle hydraulic equipment or electric or hand powered hydraulic pump. Optional Equipment Available. FARM PRODUCTS See Mr. Miller at FM Ranch, 3 miles North of Mineral Springs - Highway 355, or caU 845-1168. 10-16-ltp FOR SALE - Mobile Home Lots. Highway 67 East, next to Lakewood Estates. Call 7778221, 777-5520. 10-10-tf >i 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 FOR SALE BY OWNER - 123 Acres within three miles of Hope. Improved but no house. 777-8131. 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 STUZ ALUMINUM CAMPER Top for Datsun, other small pickups. Excellent condition. $150.00. 777-8505 after 6:00 p.m. 10-14-6tc 88. Livestock FOR SALE - REGISTERED Hereford Bulls, (poll and horned). Two to four years old. $750.00 up. Don't call for culls, none available. Phone 777-5063 or 777-5016 after dark. 10-15-6tc LEGAL NOTICE < ^^^ -————M-—- _ — ^__ - BBrf*fcrtui.«^i——«—••—•'• IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS FRANKS PETROLEUM INC., PLAINTIFF VS. JAMES B. WEYMOUTH, OR IF HE IS DECEASED, THE WIDOW AND HEIRS OF JAMES B. WEYMOUTH, WHOSE NAMES ARE UNKNOWN TO PLAINTIFF, AND MRS. JAMES B. WEYMOUTH, HIS WIFE; AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, DEFENDANTS No. E-74-199 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, pursuant to an Order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, rendered on the 14th day of October, 1974, in the above styled case, will on the 30th day of October, offer for sale at public auction at the East door of the Courthouse in the City of Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, an Oil and Gas Lease covering the undivided Ms mineral interest of the above named Defendants in the following described property in the County of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, to-wit: South Half of the Southeast Quarter (S Vz SEV<i) of Section 36, Township 14 South, Range 24 West, containing 80 acres, more or less. The Lease will be executed for a primary term of two years and will provide for the usual V& royalty. Said sale will be held between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the afternoon of the date aforesaid, terms of the sale being cash. WITNESS my hand this the 16th day of October, 1974. -s- Tom Stuart Receiver Oct. 16, 23; 1974 You will find everything you need on The Hope Star Classified Page! LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS BILLY MALCOLM STEWART, PLAINTIFF VS. CYNTHIA EDMONDS STEWART, DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The Defendant, CYNTHIA EDMONDS STEWART, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Billy Malcolm Stewart, and upon her failure to do so, said complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of the Chancery Court on this the 30th day of September, 1974. Leona Cole CHANCERY CLERK By Katfay Voas, D.C. SEAL Oct. 2, 9; 1974 by8erniceBedeQ/ol For Thursday, Oct. 17,1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) Nothing will be gained if you throw cold water on something your mate is enthusiastic about, even if you don't see eye-to-eye on the issue. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You are not going to be as cooperative with a friend as this person was with you. Her feelings will be hurt but she won't show it. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You'll not be as productive today as you should be. The loss of momentum will be due to a division of your attention between pleasure and responsibility. CANCER (June 21-July 22) If you find yourself in the company of-one who displeases you, don't show it in a manner that will spoil the fun for others. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Put on a convincing countenance even though you may feel very doubtful about a position you've taken on an issue another is calling you on. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) jt's best for you in the long run if you take care of obligations first. Then use whatever remains to gratify your present whims. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Be careful your generosity isn't exploited by one who is a much better taker than a giver. Have a genteel refusal ready in case you're put-upon. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) If you let too many self-doubts slip in they will have an eroding effect. You'll perform far less efficiently than you are capable of acting. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) Even though you know better, you're going to get your fingers burned by going along with a pal's suggestions despite your own judgment. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Don't ask a favor of someone if you have a hunch you'll be turned down. It will cause embarrassment for both parties. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) This can be a successful day, provided you don't depend on another to do something for you that you should do for yourself. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) You are a bit too sensitive with people you like. This could lead you to believe you're being treated unjustly. your birthday Oct. 17, 1974 Much progress can be made this year and important goals can be attained if you don't mix business with pleasure at the wrong times. Be serious when gravity is called for. THE r FAMILY^ LAWYKK , Godless Parents At first blush, the Wilsons- seeking to; adopt a baby boy- seemed to be well suited for parenthood. They were a devoted, idealistic young couple, with nign standards of morality. _ But there was a problem. They did not believe in a Supreme Being. Was this grounds for disqualifying them as adoptive par* ents? '.'.'«. After a court hearing, the judge said it was not artd granted the adoption. It would be unconstitutional,, he said, for the state to require a belief in God in order to adopt a child. "The First Amendment not only requires the state to be neutral between various religions," added the judge, "but between religion and non-religion as well." Most courts would agree that a belief in God is not essential. Nevertheless, religious attitudes may carry at least some weight in the determination of parental fitness. Thus, in another case, a court ruled in favor of adoptive parents (and against the child's own. father) partly because of the religious atmosphere of their home. As one judge put it: "Religion and morality are inextricably interwoven in the lives of most people in this country, and belief in the tenets of a religion may be indicative of moral fitness in a particular case." Furthermore, it usually helps if the would-be parents and the child have the same religion. Often, state laws call for this "matching up" of religious affiliations. But again, this is not a hard- and-fast rule. Thus, courts have allowed non-matching adoptions when it would take considerable time to find adopting parents of the same faith. J T Reason: the importance of < promptness in arranging placements. "In view of the emphasis placed by child care experts on a stable and wholesome environment in early infancy," said one court, "delay must be deemed detrimental." An American Bar Association public service feature by Will Bernard. © 1973 American Bar Association Storm repair suit will be dismissed LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A PulasW County judge has indicated that he will dismiss a suit over the activities of one building contractor at Jonesboro in contracts to repair homes damages in the May 27, 1973 tornado. The suit was brought by the attorney general's office under the state Consumer Protection Act. Chancellor Darrell Hickman told of his decision in a letter to lawyers in the case. Hickman said the Consumer Protection Act was not intended to be used as the ordinary form of relief against a builder who either through negligence or criminality fails to pay off liens. Hickman said there must be some evidence of deceptive trade practice. There is no such evidence in this case, the judge said. Hickman had taken the suit under advisement Oct. 4 after an afternoon of testimony from Jonesboro residents who contract with a Charles Helgeson of Little Rock, who did business in Jonesboro after the tornado as Helgeson Construction Co. LATEST CRIME: SAN FRANCISCO (AP) San Francisco has produced a new type of criminal — plan- tnapers. Police say these people have taken to swiping everything from 10-foot palms to finger- size succulents. Plantnapers are apparently folks of all ages who are caught up in the enormous gardening fad. They fill out their home collections with plants stolen from botanical gardens, corner parks, highway medians and even bars.

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