Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1974 · Page 12
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 12

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Page Twelve HOPE (ARK.) STAR Wednesday, October 30, 1974 PLO included in Arab promise of oil money By ELIAS ANTAR Associated Press Writer RABAT, Morocco (AP) The Arab summit, conference has ended with a pledge of more than $2 billion a year in oil money to Israel's enemy neighbors: Egypt, Syria, Jordan and the guerrillas of the Palestine Liberation Organization. The four-day conference's other major action was the recognition of the PIX) as the government of a future independent Palestinian state on the West Bank of the Jordan River, occupied by Israel since the mi war. The decision was another big boost in prestige for the PI/) and its chief, Yasir Arafat. But Israeli Information Minister Aharon Yariv said the Jewish state would not. hand over the territory to the guerrillas. Conference sources said Egypt and Syria will each get $1 billion a year of the "confrontation" funds for the next four years; Jordan will get $300 million, and the PI/) was allotted $50 million. In addition, a single payment of $150 million will be made to South Yemen for a 99-year lease on its Perim island, commanding the Bab al Mandab strait at the southern end of the Red Sea. All shipping to and from Elat, Israel's southern port, must pass through the strait, and Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi are reported stationing naval forces there. Conference sources said Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates would be the chief contributors. It was the first time the Arab oil countries agreed on concerted financial supporting for the campaign against Israel. Israel's refusal to agree to a future FIX) government on the West Bank appeared to freeze the Israeli occupation of the former Jordanian territory indefinitely and to promise future intensification of the Arab guer- rilla campaign against Israel. But he conference left Presidents Anwar Sadat of Egypt and Hafez Assad of Syria free to continue bilateral peace negotiations with Israel using Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger as their intermediary. DALLAS SEASON IS KELLY MEMORIAL DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Civic Opera, founded by Lawrence V. Kelly, who died on Sept. 16, will function this season under the joint direction of Diana Clark, Nicola Rescigno and Elsa von Seggern. Miss Clark has been assistant manager for three years. Maestro Rescigno has been artistic director and conductor since the company's start in 1957. Miss Von Seggern has been treasurer for three years. This will be a memorial season to Kelly, opening with Donizetti's "Lucrezia Borgia" on Nov. 1. Also presented will be Puccini's "Tosca," Thomas's "Mignon" and Bellini's "I Puri- tani." A HALLOWEEN TREAT/ OUR OFF ALL MERCHANDISE THURSDAY NIGHT 7:00 PM-9:00 PM Come out and enjoy the fun at our "Spook-o-rama" There will be an art and costume contest 'HAPPY HALLOWEEN' MARTIN'S VILLAGE SHOE STORE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER "PARKING IS NO PROBLEM" SPOOK-A-RAMA HOPE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER ALL HOLLOWEEN ITEMS: Candy, Costumes, Pumpkins l/^ PRICE | 0 % OFF ON ALL LAYAWAY PURCHASES Every item in store including specials will be 1 A Q/L off If put on I v /» layaway THESE ITEMS DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR EARLY GIFT SELECTION regu | ar 36" WALKING DOLLS (Block or White) 6' Christmas Trees 45 PC. Dish Sets (Iron Stone) 20" Girls Bicycle (4 Only) Bookcases $ 12 * $2499 $29* $52* $2 j 44 sale 00 $] 9 99 $2000 $| 5 00 Off Reg. */tA/ ALL STEREOS & TELEVISIONS IN STOCK 20% LARGE SPECIAL GROUP OF CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS & LIGHT SE1S 50% O ff WE WILL CLOSE AT 5:30 P.M. & OPEN FROM 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. Be sure to come shop and save and watch as children of all ages compete in ART CONTEST Bring your own little goblins, ghosts, and monsters to enter in costume contest. Free Parking Free Gift Wrap tU Aetie* Hope Village Shopping Center Highway 67 Store Hours 9 AM til 5:30 PM Ways To Shop At West . Cash . Bank Americardl . Charge . Lay A Way Plan V Ladies Ladies Fall Fashion Pant Suits g~*\ . Save L.oats 20% 97 10 37TO *39 Assorted Styles Size 8-20Vz 47 '47 to Ladies Cardigan Sweaters $£88 SML&XL ** Assorted Styles & Colors Save upto^H 00 Sizes 5 to 24 Short & Long Sleeve Beautiful Assortment of all Styles and Colors, Solid and Fancies Ladies Fall Fashion Dresses $A 47 < O io Sizes 3 to 18 Assorted Styles „• and Colors, Solid and Fancies Electric Blankets Green Pink Gold Blue With fingertip Control, 2 Year Warranty Mens Sweat Shirts $222 Size S,M,L, XL 95% Cotton 5 % Acrylic Men Knee Boots *^/4j Size 6-12 11 Reg.»14 100 % Polyester Double Knit $1 88 X YD. Assorted Solid and Fancies 58/60 " Width Many Shades and Colors to Choose From Ladies Flannel Sleepwear 88 Size 32 to 46 Reg. To'7 Asst. Styles and Colors 99 Ladies & Girls Knee Hi Socks 66 C Size 6 to 8^2 9-11 Solid, Plaids, Stripes & Fancies Mens 4 Buckle Boots 88 Size 6-12 Men Cushion Foot Work Socks 2 1 00 Pair for Solid white, Extra Comfort Long Wear Work Socks Mens Denim Quilted Chore Coats $1 O44 L£ Reg.'lS" Size 38 to 50 Washable & Warm Men Thermal Underwear Tops & Bottoms $2°° S,M.L.XL A R A M A •••••••••••••^•i""""""™™™™" 11 "^™^^^^^^^^^™ [Thursday Night Specials Only Close at 5:30 & Re-Open at 6:30 Til 9:00 Come See The Children Display Their Art Talents On The Show Room Windows At Hope Village Shopping Center Thursday Night. Brin$ The Kiddies In Their Costumes To Be Judged For Many Prizes To Be Given Away Thursday Night. 6:30-9:00 5LB Bag Sugar oo 1 With »3°° Purchase Limit One Per Customer Ladies Hamilton 8 Sportswear Pants $ 6 88 Shirt Jacs Pant Suits 1 Many Styles & Colors to Choose from Solid & Fancies Lovely Floral Prints 1 00 Double Knit $ 1 All First Quality 1 to 5 yd lengths 37 yd Mens Double Knit Fall Fasion Pants $ 10°° Sport Coats *25°° Solid & Fancies in Many Colors act

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