Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1974 · Page 7
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Tuesday, October 29, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAK Page Seven **••••••*% ^^_ ^^.^^^^ ^a-j:^, ^gj^^^jggt ^^^^^•B ^^^^^^Zl^fc J^^^MI^^^^^^^^^^^S'V I jftBMjBljttj classified get the job done 77-343 All Want Ads are payable i»r advance but ad will be accepted over the telephone and ac- comodation accounts allowed with the understanding the account is payable when statement is rendered. Number One Four Six One of words PayiDays Days Mo. Up to 15 1.54 3.41 4.29 13.15 16 to 20 1.76 3.91 4.95 14.96 21 to 25 1.98 4.40 5.50 16.61 26 to 30 2.20 4.90 6.05 . 18.26 31 to 35 2.42 5.39 6.60 19.91 36 to 40 2.64 5.89 7.15 21.56 41 to 45 2.86 6.38 7.70 23.21 4610.50 3.08 6.88 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— 12.04 per inch per day 4 Times— 41.76 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 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 14B. Help Wanted 39. Job Printing FOR THE HOME ARTICLES FOR SALE 7!)B. Real Estate NEED LABORERS. APPLY at 107 South Main, 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. 10-23-tf ARTICLES FOR RENT OR LEASE 5. 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. 10-18-tf TWO ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT with private bath. Bills paid. Prefer adults, working men or women. No Drinking. 712 East Division. 777-3300, Mrs. Coy Breeding. 10-28-4tc 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED apartment. All utensils furnished. Working man only! Utilities paid. 777-6651. 10-29-4tc t 'l'.\. Miscellaneous KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS for rent. $1.50 per day. $6.00 per week. Kirby Service Center - 107 South Main. 10-29-tf »••••••••••••• 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. 10-19-tf 9». 4. Notice ,, ...'".?-f AM-« r & • • • •-• •"•••••• i • • « « 24B. Mobile Home Lots PARK ON THE LOT, WALK the Plank, and come in the back front door to Overturf's. Shop our Discount Department. Bargains galore! 10-23-tf 5. Personal LECITHIN! VINEGAR! B6! KELP! Now all four in one capsule, ask for VB6t, only $2.98, Deanna Drugs. 10-29-4tp 13. Miscellaneous WANT LATE MODEL HAY BALER and 7 foot sickle. Reply to Route 8—Box 194C, Texarkana, Arkansas. 7726427—Frank West. 10-23-6tp 14. Situations THE NICEST - LAKEWOOD Estates Mobile Home Park Highway 67 East. Hope Perrytown. 777-8221 or 7775520. 10-27-tf KOUNTRY KOURTS MOBILE Home Park - Swimming Pool - Highway 174 - Also Homes for rent. 7?7-€249. io_ 2 7.tf SERVICES OFFERED 27. Ambulance Service 24-HOUR AMBULANCE Service. Call 777-3334. Hemp stead County Ambulance Service, Inc. Air conditioned, oxygen equipped, two way radio. Certified courteous attendants. 10-7-tf 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 Trading Post, Rosston Road. 777-8415. 10-20-tf i VB! 'Help 'Wanted " LOCAL FACTORY DISTRIBUTOR is expanding in this area. I need mid- management trainees, $800.00 plus per month if you qualify. Selection based on personal interview rather than past experience. Call 777-2890 10-23-tf 76. Insurance 32A. PET GROOMING 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, Arkansas. 10-26-tf ' •••*••••• r* • v* • • #V*»"»• • *HV• 40. Meat Processing CUSTOM 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 CUSTOM MEAT PROCESSING. Call 777-2753. 10-7-tf 41. Miscellaneous KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS Sales and Service. Kirby Service Center - 107 South Main - Hope, Arkansas. 7772890. 10-19-tf AUTHORIZED SINGER SERVICE on Singer and other makes—Sewing Machines-Call 777-9941. 10-23-6tp PASTURE AND WATER YOUR Horse - One-fourth mile South of Hope. Mares & Geldings only! 777-6416. 10-26-4tc FIREWOOD - WILL deliver. Call 777-8352 after 6 p.m. 10-29-6tp ft 4J • • • t,*''* *.U J-JLJ *tllltIt*.A* *•* *-*•* 4 '41A. Mobile Home Trans MOBILE HOME TRANSPORTING - Call collect, Chandler Trailer Convoy, 501774-4361 Texarkana, Arkansas. Escourt cars available. 9-30-tf v* . . . . r*T1 .... . . .'V.... 47. Rug Cleaning '••••••••••••••t****«««tt«*«v GRAY'S CARPET & UPHOLSTERY cleaning, 14 years of experience. Free estimate 777-2264 or 777-8335 anytime. 10-24-tf CARPETS BRAIDED RUGS and walls cleaned. For free estimate, phone 777-4670. Curtis Yates. 10-20-tf IT'S INEXPENSIVE TO clean rugs and upholstery with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Home Furniture. 10-29-6tc 52. A. Ajulfco (Repair 53A. Home Remodeling 71. Cars or Trucjcs NEED SOME ROOMS Paneled? Call Harry Kisthart's Cabinet Shop - 7776202. "Formica Tops • Pickup Covers. 10-18-. f PAINTING, PANELING AND Paper Hanging—by hour or job. Tired of old Blah colors?—Call Steve Shaffer in Fulton—896-2257. 10-26-lmp 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 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 LAVENDER SAND & GRAVEL CO. - gravel - fill sand - top soil - rentals on dozers, loaders, motor cranes and ditch witch machines. 777-3756. 10-26-tf PAINTING AND GENERAL Home repair work. Call Doug Brantley, day 887-3850, night 887-3949. 10-6-tf •WHITMORE CEMENT Services • Patios, driveways, house floors and sidewalks. Free estimates. Phone 7778968. 10-24-tf 59. Miscellaneous MONTE'S SIDING COMPANY - United States Steel, Vinyl, and 1 Aluminum siding. Free estimates. FHA Financing Available. Toll free number 1800-482-9656, ask for Monte Harris. 10-1-tf Loose something? Place an ad in our lost and found for results. 14B. Help Wanted CERTIFIED GROOMER - 7776347 or 777-3806. Reasonable! Wide selection of dog supplies. 10-2-lmc DAVIS VW Maintenance Tune-ups complete engine repairs. Factory trained. Phone 777-6350, 105 South Ferguson. 10-10-tf BUY-SEll-RENT-HIRE... LIGHT PLASTICS MANUFACTURING WHITE-HALL PLASTIC & SUPPLY CO. HAS A PART OR FUtL TIME BUSINESS FOR EITHER MAN OR WOMAN. COMPANY OFFERS: - Exclutivt Territori.t - Contrtcttd Accounts — Immediate Inconw Can bt Operated Full or Part Tim* From Approximataly 200 Squari Faat - No Pravious Exparianca Nacasury — No Sailing on Your Part Required - Incoma Potantial from $400 to $1500 par Month -$4995 to $6295 Cash Required tor Inventory. Machinery and Complete Training Program FOR FULL INFORMATION WRITE TODAY Giving Full Name, Address And Telephone Number WHITE-HALL PLASTICS Suite 1519 UNITED FOUNDERS TOWER 5900 Mostellar Oklahoma City. Oklahoma 73112 405-848-6454 10-28-3tp 4. NOTICE 4. NOTICE THE LIFE AGENCY, INC. 1321 South Main 777-4383 Specializing in Group & Individual Hospiialization Income Protection Tax Deferred Annuties Life and Accident Cancer Care Retirement Call for any Insurance Needs: Jim Slagle Gus Hogan 777-3128 777-«077 10-29-ltc The Opening Of CAVE HILL CEMETERY NO.2 Hope, Arkansas SOUTH OF THE PRESENT CEMETERY CAVE HILL NO. 1 LOTS & PLOTS NOW FOR SALE Contact: Fred Scott Or Agents Office; S & S STYLE SHOP 401 South Hazel DEER HUNTERS & DUCK HUNTERS YOU CAN'T "DUCK" WINTER, SO CHECK OUR GOOSE DOWN JACKETS AM) VESTS! ALSO, HEAVY DACRON FILLED JACKETS 4 VESTS. BOOTS, HATS JEANS BELTS - DOUBLE'W 1 WESTERN STORE WANTED - I^VTE 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. CallJohnor J.B. Ingram, 7778670. 9-30-tf 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 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 FOR SALE, 1959 Half-ton Chevy pickup. $500.00. 7778815. 10-28-6tC 1967 BUICK STATION WAGON - good condition; 1969 Volkswagen - Automatic stick, new engine, good condition. 777-4839. 10-28-4tc 1964 Chevy PICKUP 6 cylinder long wheel base, narrow bed. $495.00. 777-8352 after 6 p.m. 10-29-6tp 1967 FAIRLANE - 4 door. $300.00. 1972 Yamaha 350 $600.00. Must Sell! 777-2566. 10-29-4tc 78. Miscellaneous CHAIN LINK FENCE FRANK Horton. Phone 7773812. Residential or Commercial - terms arranged. Estimates free. 10-10-tf MARTIN & ROWE CHAIN Link Fence. Call 983-2875 or 9832393; Washington, Arkansas 71862. Free Estimates. Cash and Save. 10-19-lf 79. Homes WOOD FRAME HOME - IVfe Baths, 3 Bedrooms. Corner lot. Near all local businesses. 821 South Elm. 777-3645. 10-8-tf 7!). A. Mobile Homes MOBILE HOME - 12'x65' furnished, central heat and air—good condition. 777-2108. 10-23-Stp FOR SAI£ - Mobile Home Lois. Highway 67 East, next to takewood Estates. Call 7778221, 777-5520. 10-10-tf 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOUSE in Southland Heights; 3 bedroom, 2 bath house on Main Street; 3 bedroom, 1 bath house in Eastridge; 2 bedroom, 1 bath house; 350 acres; 22te acres; duplex; lots; commercial building; office rental. Good investment rental property. WE NEED MORE LISTINGS! HOGAN REALTY - 777-8879. Gus Hogan • 777-6077, Wanda Cox 777-3210. 10-29-ltc SACRIFICE SALE - 212 acres, approximately 100 head of cattle, travel trailer and equipment, $75,000. Sealed bids will be considered on any offer above $53,000 until November 18, 1974. Other realtor inquiries welcome. To inspect this property call United Farm Agency 777-5600 or write Rt. 1, Box 34B, Hope, Ark, 71801. 10-29-«tc •••^••••••••••••••••••••••t»«« 82. Pianos, Organs WURLITZER PIANOS, ORGANS. Buy, Sell, Trade. Also, tuning & repair. House of Music, 219 Main 777-3095. 10-26-tf 88. Livestock FOR SALE - REGISTERED Black Angus Bulls. 7 months to 2 years old, Big type. Call 777-3376. 10-21-lmc FOR SALE - REGISTERED ANGUS, heifers and bulls - 8 to 9 months old. Call 777-3782. 10-25-6tc LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS CLEONIA HIGHLAND, PLAINTIFF VS JOHNNIE HIGHLAND, DEFENDANT NO. 10,167 WARNING ORDER The Defendant, JOHNNIE HIGHLAND, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, Cleonia Highland, and upon his failure so to do, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of the Chancery Court on this the 1st day of October, 1974. Leona Cole Chancery Clerk Bonnie Lively Deputy Clerk October 8, 15, 22, 29; 1974 WORLD ALMANAC FACTS IPAA is prepared to bargain at Capitol DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — Independent oil operators are prepared to do some bargaining of their own with Congress If major oil companies fail to support their fight to retain oil's domestic depiction allowance. The Independent Petroleum Association of America was expected to give final approval today to a resolution blaming the majors for causing a split within the industry on the subject but expressing hope the international oil companies will join Uie fight. The executive committee of the 4,000-member trade group gave unanimous approval io the resolution Monday. "If the international companies are for depletion, we'll now see some evidence," said John Miller, association president from Allegan, Mich. "The majors can't remain invisible." Miller had charged that major companies have remalrad silent in recent months while independents have battled vigorously to prevent Congress from phasing out domestic depletion. He said the international companies have indicated they were willing to make a "sacri- fical lamb" out of the 22 per cent depiction allowance in order to escape from other punitive tax measures before Congress. Miller said silence on the part of the majors continued until last week when he con- fronted a group of major company executives in Washington. He said it was not until after the Washington meeting that the American Petroleum Institute, oil's largest trade group, reaffirmed its support of domestic depletion through a news release. The resolution also charged that some international companies have been willing to swap percentage depletion for decontrol of oil prices. It authorized Miller, however, to do a bit of bargaining himself. If necessary, Miller is to explore the "feasibility and acceptability of providing a choice between domestic depletion and foreign tax creditsm" Miller said the resolution closes no doors. "All we are saying now is let's see some action on their part," he said. As originally proposed at a Sunday meeting of the imports policy committee, the resolution would have condemned the major companies for dividing the industry. That committee, however, asked a drafting committee to change the word "condemn" to "criticize." The final version included neither word. "It is hoped that other large international producers will join with the independent segment in maintaining the historical position on domestic percentage depletion," the resolution said. Committee urges stockpiling of food By JEFFREY MILLS Assocla ted Press Writer The federal government could help insure relatively stable food prices for American consumers by directing that food be stockpiled, the Committee for Economic Development says. "Such a policy is urgently needed to enable the nation to cope effectively with the short- term consequences of poor harvests here or abroad," the private, non-profit research group said Monday. The reserves of key commodities also would serve as a buffer against world hunger and depressed prices for U.S. farmers, the committee said. U.S. grain reserves are at their lowest levels in 26 years, mainly because of huge export sales the past two years. No formal U.S. food reserve policy exists now, although some members of Congress and oth- ers have urged that stockpiles be accumulated for use in times of scarcity. Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz has said U.S. food reserves should be left in the hands of farmers and the private trade. The committee said this could be done, but such reserve needs to be initiated and maintained through federal policy direction. "The trade cannot justifiably carry large enough reserves of wheat, corn, soybeans or milk products to offset unforeseen shortages and stabilized prices. "Therefore, the government must do so, either directly or through programs that enable farmers and trade to carry larger stocks than would otherwise be possible," said the report prepared by a subcommittee headed by John H. Daniels, chairman of Independent Bancorporation of Minneapolis. Gazette endorses 3 10-29-Up HVVY. 4 NORTH 10-25-6tc CLASSIFIEDS Alaskans are the most air- rninded people in the world with one out of every eight Alaskans holding a flying license, The World Almanac notes. Alaska's rugged terrain and area, twice as large as Texas, make flying a necessity as a means of travel within the state. Anchorage has one of America's busiest air traffic centers and some 25 per cent of the world's seaplanes are in the area. i.MA'.M'AI'r.K K.vn-.KI'Ki.SK ,VW> / No Gift "White elephant," the phrase used to describe a gift of little use or value, comes from the practice in India of presenting albino elephants to the rulers of the area. The animals, considered sacred to the Hindus, were costly to feed and maintain and performed no useful work. The gift of a white elephant was really a burden. LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Gazette, the state's largest daily newspaper, editorially endorsed the candidacies of Democrats David H. Pryor, Gov. Dale Bumpers and Joe Purcell today. Pryor is running for governor, Bumpers for the U.S. Senate and Purcell for lieutenant governor. The Little Rock newspaper said Pryor, "at 40, is already the possessor of a long and distinguished record in public service." The Gazette said Pryor's Republican opponent, Ken Coon, lacks "major credentials for the office he seeks." In the senatorial race, the Gazette had endorsed the primary campaign of Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., who was defeated by Bumpers last May. "It is regrettable that the nomination of Governor Bumpers resulted in the sacrifice of Senator Fulbright, the Democratic incumbent and most distinguished living Arkansan. Nevertheless, Bumpers has made a good governor with a four-year progressive record, not to mention being the greatest natural politician Arkansas has produced at least since the rise of Sid McMath, the former governor." The Gazette said Bumpers' Republican opponent, John Harris Jones of Pine Bluff, is without major experience in public life. The newspaper said Purcell brings his own record of distinction to the lieutenant governor's race. "He served four years as a reform attorney general after defeating Bruce Bennett, the incumbent, in 1966....TheRepublican nominee, Mrs. Ixjona Troxell, is probably the GOP's most qualified nominee, for she served well as a state administrator under the late Governor Winthrop Rockefeller. Even so, Purcell's record is clearly of much larger proportion." Station robbed near Malvern MALVERN, Ark. (AP) — Two male robbers took about $1,600 in cash from Fair's Mobile Station at Perla near here late Monday afternoon, authorities said. The robbers also stole the gasoline station owner's car, according to Johnny Conzel, a spokesman for the Malvern Police Department. Conzel said the robbers- were armed with rifles, but neither the owner, Buster Farr, nor his wife, who was at the station, was harmed. Authorities had no suspect Monday night.

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