Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1974 · Page 8
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Page Eight Court Docket City Docket Kenny Ray Knox, public drunkenness, $22.75 on plea of nolo contendere Frank Prater, Owen F. Townsend, public drunkenness, forfeited $22.75 cash bond Edward Smith, no driver's license, plea guilty, fined $12.75 Algie W. Aaron, driving while intoxicated, (out of town resident), plea guilty, fined $112.75 and 1 day in jail Morris E. Abner, Travis Bobo, Eugene Flesher, Horace Lacefield, Monroe Moore, Willis Scroggins, Edward Smith, driving while intoxicated, plea guilty, fined $112.75, ten days in jail and driver's license suspended for 90 days. If defendants take course on alcoholism offered by Red River Council, jail sentence and driver's license revocation will be suspended on good behavior Edward L. Sampson, expired vehicle license, forfeited $17.75 cash bond William G. Cox. reckless driving, forfeited $32.75 cash bond Richard L. Stroud, hazardous driving, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Betty Joe Bishop, disturbing the peace, forfeited $32.75 cash bond Steve Haddix, disturbing peace, transferred to Juvenile Court Jackie N. Logan, Petit Larceny, forfeited $57.75 cash bond Emerson Stewart, possession of intoxicating liquor for sale, plea guilty, fined $157.75 Emerson Stewart, possession of taxed beer for sale, plea guilty, fined $107.75 Emerson Stewart, possession of over amount of taxed beer, plea guilty, fined $107.75 Emerson Stewart, possession of over amount of intoxicating liquor, plea guilty, fined $107.75 Eddie L. McKnight, hazardous driving, tried on plea of not guilty; found not guilty Randall R. Odom, expired vehicle license, dismissed Stale Docket The following forfeited $29.75 cash bond on charge of Speeding: • Virgil Akers, Ricky L. Cox, Paul W. Delzell, Kelly R. Eakley, Albert E. Elder, Edison W. Fomby, Sam S. Splain George E. Green, James R. Malcom, Teddy K. Morgan, Tom C. Meriwether, Ronnie M. McMacking, Kathy D. McKamie, Tony L. Stroud, Randy E. Thomason Rickey L. Cox, James Mathis, no driver's license, forfeited $29.75 cash bond Frank W. Barrow, following too close, forfeited $29.75 cash bond Ed Johnson, J. C. • Peel, George A. Peterson, violation of Arkansas Hot Check law, fined $5.00; check and cost paid Frank E. Barnes, Raymond Wright, failure to answer summons, forfeited $48.75 cash bond Atlas Van Lines, Inc., driven by unauthorized person (2 counts), forfeited $74.75 cash bond (Same on both counts) Lloyd R. Sandusky, nonresident fishing without license, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Hulen W. Hammond, fishing without license, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Bill Harold Oliver, failure to stop at scales, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Jerry Lipps, Inc., improper lease, forfeited $197.25 cash bond Ella B. West, fictitious license, forfeited $34.75 cash bond Hunley Pet Foods, log book not current, forfeited $54.75 cash bond Babcock Canada, Ltd., J. A. Barringer & Sons, Direct Service, Inc., McNair Transport, Ouachita Nevada Treating, Ryder Truck Rental, Vasarette A Division of Mun- sing Wear, overweight, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Caravan Refrigerated Cargo, Dallas Hays Co., Rory W. Ray, Curtis Ray White, no authority with ATC, forfeited $197.25 cash bond Ella B. West, no driver's license, dismissed Dora A. Auld, Bertha M. Fielding, fishing without license, dismissed The world's largest dome is the l^oaisiana Superdonie in New Orleans. It has an outside diameter of 680 feet. IIOPK (ARK.) STAR \\nlncsdav. October 23. 1971 Chrysler, caught in squeeze, reports $ 8 million lose in third quarter fT (AP) - -Chrysler losses. nine-month earnings are $21.4 reported a loss. General Motors 1973. »„„„ , ln ._,M 0 t n ,.«,«„„,• «ojo ,-„ ouarter loss DETROIT (AP) - Chrysler Corp. has reported a third- quarter profit of $11.2 million in U.S. and Canadian operations and increased sales revenue worldwide. But the firm wound up losing $8 million for the quarter because of overseas losses. The North American profits were offset by losses totaling $19.2 million overseas, Chrysler said. The figures announced Tuesday show Chrysler still in the black for the year so far. The nine-month earnings are $21.4 million, an 88 per cent decline from $181 million a year ago, and a per-share drop from $3.42 to 38 cents. It was only the second quarter in 3' 2 years that the nation's third largest auto maker reported a loss. General Motors and Ford Motor Co. plan to report their third-quarter results next week. The loss came despite record revenues for the period. Sales totaled $2.8 billion, up from $2.3 billion for the third quarter of DS.GOVTCfUDED 1973. Trading of the firm's stock was temporarily halted on the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday. It closed at 10 3 i, a low for the year. Chrysler Chairman Lynn Townsend said the firm has been unable to recover $249 in material and labor costs added for each car since January 1972 despite price increases averaging about $1.000 since 1974 models came out a little more than ;i year ago. Townsend blamed the third- quarter loss, equivalent to 15 cents a share, on "a combination of decreased units, inadequate price increases and increased costs which have persisted throughout the industry during 1974." —Be a courteous driver. CHOICE U.S. Gov't. Graded Choice Beef ROUND STEAK FOOD STORES FRESH FROZEN MEATS Fres Shore Breaded Shrimp M5: 99c '•Pkg. «7%fC I Pricei effective ' rhroirf.fi Sunday, I October 27 in your HOPE Storti Quantify I rijhlj reserved. CepyriiM 1974, Th«| Kroger Companv. •*»«? M. «|<» 1 ....,<W* Only beef which has been examined for texture, color, maturity, marbling, bone structure and other quality features by an official U.S. Department of Agriculture grader can wear the U.S.D.A. Choice Shield. Not everybody in this area sells U.S.D.A. CHOICE Beef, Kroger sells no other kind. Because U.S. Gov't. Graded Choice Beef is your best assurance of consistent high quality in the beef you serve your family. Yet it costs no more — som- times less . .. than beef without this quality assurance. U.S.D.A. Mixed Grade Parts Mr. Boston Fish Cakes Fresh Frozen Family Pak Turbot Fillets lb . 69c Fresh Frojen Catfish 3fi Or More Catfish Steaks , 89c Sea Pak Fish Sticks 118: 99c Dressed Whiting L , 49c FRYING CHICKEN • ^f^^ ^"^* ** • " Vl.iV ^^ Slbsormore FRESH , .GROUND BEEF, Fresh Picnic Style PORK ROAST Lb. Swift 10 To 14 U>. BUTTERBALL TURKEYS No Centers Removed E»traLean r ,„ ( , ^ Ground Beef I_ L , 98c Genuine Ground Chuck L , $118 Fresh Frying Genuine Chicken Livers u. 79c Ground Round Lb $128 Fresh Pork Beef I Hydrated Soya Flour Mil, Fresh Ground Neck Bones u. 39c Kroger's Pro u 68c Fully Cooked Fresh Frozen Serve 'N Save TURKEY SLICED Whole SMOKED PICNICS Fresh Medium SPARE RIBS Morrell Pride SLICED BACON Market Made Pure PORK SAUSAGE - Family Pak PORK STEAKS > FULL SHANK HALF HAM Water Added Lb. HINDQUARTERS Choice Lb. LUNCH MEAT Lb. Kroger Sliced ALL MEAT BOLOGNA Lb.l Kroger MEAT WIENERS FREEZER BONUS BUNDLE <lts. Sound Slut «lbi. Rib Sink libs. Chuck Still 4lbi. Kroitt'i Pro <lbi Cinler-Cul Rib Poll Chop! 4-lbi. lui> Poil Slwl 4-lbl. rtjti OttJtt Quirteri «lbi. Fifti Le| Quirteii Mil. Kioiti Mm Wdniii 34 Lbs. All For. 95 U.S. Gov'l. Graded Choice Beef ftti >< foik Neck Sides u 89c Bones u. 37c US. Gov'l. Graded Choice Beef Cornish Game Fores ., 79c Hens , $1<>9 Whole Or Half U.S. Gov't, Graded l^ »»l M Ka. lb i 6 1/2 Oz. .Cans DRPIPPER 10oz6Pack PLUS DEPOSIT, Cat Food Kroger Instant Potatoes SK 79C Kroger Applesauce 3 16 c.°« $1 Del Monte Pineapple Grapefruit Drink2 ; 89c Del Monte _ Spinach 3"c£ 89c I -m »» * w W • Maxwell House INSTANT COFFEE $199 4c Off Label DOWNY : ABRIC SOFTENEI Country Oven ANGELFOOD CAKE «- V^ J FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND PERSONAL SATISFACTION We do all In our power to hare all our advertised •pedals on our shelves when you shop for them. Sometimes, due to conditions beyond our control we run out of an advertised item. If this should happen to you ask at the store office for a Rain Check which entitles you to the same advertised special at the same special price anytime within two weeks. Special Label CHEER DETERGENT 3 Lb. 1 Oz. Box With Coupon And $5 Purchase 10 Jar Vith Coupon And $5 Purchase fc^T^ Del Monte Golden Cream Style Corn Swansoft White Or redo* kPlease. -With Coupon Below 'E Cheese Pizza White Or Jssarled 3 "! 74c SAVE 30c Kraft French Dressing Kraft Roka Dressing 16 Oz. Bll. swanson none ur renew white Or Assarted ^m Facial Tissued: 36c Kleenex Tissu«:44c =KELFOOD.. £.»%, u-,s Del Monte Golden Whole _ Daytime Toddlers Kimbies ^ m TAUT 0'. iM «V % 1 •• Kernel Corn 3'i£ ?1 Diapers 3g;*l M= '""•"" "-" ' ' rt,f\ Furniture Polish 89c Endust 3 1 Oz, Pkgs. 7Qr S INSTANT » $199 I ^^ •• rnFPFF ? z I w T , - • • r IF "New Crop" Florida JUICE ORANGES French Style Or Cut Del Monte GREEN BEANS Kraft Roka Cocoa man 4<y>a t c Comstock Blueberry Pizza 173 ' 4 p£ 94C Pie Filling Derby, Glass Comstock Peach ... Tamales "'I" 52c Pie Filling '.:.& 67c = Choice Morsels Instant Coffee Cat Food u p?l 49C Sanka !..ft $2 49 Wilh coupon. Good through Sunday, October 27. VALUABLE COUPON] SAVE 66c Maxwell House INSTANT 10 $i COFFEE £ PI.... With this coupon and J5 or laigei additional puKhait eicliid- in| beer and lobjcco. Good throu|h Suniia«, October 27 Sub- icct to apphcable state ind local tales In. VALUABLE COUPON Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL 17 Oz. Cans Kroger LUNCHEON MEAT Kroger PORK & > BEANS SAVE 36c 16 Oi., Cans Urge Size, Zipper Skin FLORIDA TANGERINES D Florida Seedless White Or RUBY RED 5 GRAPEFRUIT ^ California' 'FRESH CRISRl CARROTS 2 Jack-0-Lantern FRESH PUMPKINS. Large Size Fancy DELICIOUS APPLES U.S. No. 1 SWEET POTATOES "I Lbs- I 12 Oz.i Ea.< Florida Yellow SWEET CORN 5 69< California FRESH BROCCOLI Large Bunch' Mild Medium Size YELLOW ONIONS 5 /Kroger COTTAGE CHEESE.. Kroger Skimmed Milk....!*«.': 63c Kroger 6 Pack Biscuits 8 c°a zn 69C Kroger Corn Oil Margarine V£ 59c Sharp Or X Sharp Cracker Barrel Cheese Kroger BROCCOLI SPEARS taut Jemima French Toast *£. 69c Birds Eje Orange Plus ii£ 58c Moore's Onion Rings !lft 79c Kroger Cut Corn 55 59c Kroger Giant SANDWICH 2 BREAD Lo^ New Orleans _ French Bread 2;;;: 89c Country Style _ Kroger Rolls 2'p£ $1 Kroger Brown & Serve Dinner Rolls Kroger Fully Baked _ Dinner Rolls 3 i y,: $1 Clairol Delicate. Normal Or Oily HERBAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO : 25c OK Right Guard ." Pjm Relieting Anacin loo i 20c Oil Scope 20 Ct. Alki SelUer Plus .* ^ ^ ^_ — $129 Special Label DETERGENT^' With Ihis coupon and 15 or laijti additional puichise ticlud mi beer and tobacco. Good throu|h Sunday, October 21 Subject to applicable ilale and local tales In VALUABLE COUPON With thi» coupon ind purchase ol 3 packajei ol 19 « Hu (t , CAKE MIX Good through Sunday, Octobe' 27. VALUABLE COUPON I Sunflower Dinnerware FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK SAUCER53C With Each S3 Purchase 73c THREE

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