Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 5, 1974 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 5, 1974
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jesday, November 5, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAR Page Seven F51 Red get the job clone ^" ** mmsmssmfmsmimmstmsmasm U^m^^^m^si^^^^n^Ki^^^^^^if^^^ 122=343 L All Want Ads are payable in 1 jidvance but ad will be accepted Iver the telephone and ac- lomodation accounts allowed the understanding the Iccounl is payable when Itatement is rendered. umber One Four Six One ,f words Day Days Days Mo. fp to 15 1.54 3.41 4.29 13.15 ; to 20 1.76 3.91 4.95 14.96 |l to 25 1.98 4.40 5.50 16.61 i to 30 2'.20 4.90 6.05 . 18.26 |l to 35 2.42 5.39 6.60 19.91 ito40 2.64 5.89 7.15 21.56 |l to 45 2.86 6.38 7.70 23.21 |e to 50 3.08 6.88 8.25 24.86 Initials of one or more letters, Iroup of figures, as house or jjlephone numbers, count as tie word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I Time—$2.04 per inch per day {Times—$1.76 per inch per day mmes—$1.49 per inch per day I Month—$1.32 per inch per day STANDING CARD ADS I $38.50 per inch per month. I Rates quoted above are for lonsecutive insertions. regular or skip date ads will like the one-day rate. All daily classified ad- ferlising copy will be accepted itil 4 p.m. for publication on lie following day, with ex- leption of Saturday's paper, hich must be in by noon friday. 1 The publisher reserves the light to revise or edit all ad- lertisernents offered for lublicalion, and to reject any Jbjectionable advertising jbmitted. The Hope Star will not be lesponsible for errors in Want ds unless errors are called to |ur attention after FIRST in- ertion of ad and then or ONLY |he One incorrect insertion. Phone 777-3431. 13.- Miscellaneous 40. Meat Processing »»»»•••••••»»•••»•••»•»•••»•• '•"•••»•««*««•••»•••«»«»•»..• 5.iA. Appliance Repair 78. Miscellaneous INDIVIDUAL WILL PAY CASH for a Parmall Cub Tractor and equipment. Call collect, area code 817, 2681076. ll-5-6tc '• •••••••••••••»•••«..» tt<( , 14. Situations 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 ARTICLES FOR RENT OR LEASE 15. Apartments-furnished FOR LEASE AT HILLCREST and Imperiah, one and two bedroom apartments. Central air conditioning. Utilities and cable T.V. paid. Call 777-6731. 11-1-tf 24. Mobile Homes MISCELLANEOUS MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT al Oak's Mobile Home Park. Call 777-5883. 10-19-lf TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Mobile Home. Water furnished. Call Kountry Kourts 777-6249. 11-4-tf . Found 2IB, Mobile Home Lots 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. 11-2-tf 41. Miscellaneous AUTHORIZED SINGER Service on Singer and other makes—Sewing machines. Call 777-9941. 10-30-lmp 41A. Mobile Home Trans MOBILE HOME TRANSPORTING - CALL COLLECT, Chandler Trailer Convoy, 501-774-4361 Texarkana, Arkansas. Escourt cars available. 10-30-tf J47. Rug Cleaning CARPETS BRAIDED RUGS and walls cleaned. For free estimate, phone 777-4670. Curtis Yates. 10-20-tf GRAY'S CARPET & UPHOLSTERY cleaning, 14 years of experience. Free estimate 777-2264 or 777-8335 anytime. 10-24-tf BRACE YOURSELF FOR A thrill the first time you use Blue Lustre to clean rugs. Rent electric shampooer $1. Home Furniture. ,ll-5-6tc HICKS RADIO - TV SERVICE. Repair all brands TV's, radios, stereo's, tapes. Tape players installed. 777-4052. 10-13-tf REDLICH APPLIANCE Service. Air conditioning, refrigeration, heating. Warranty repair for most major brand appliances. 7775764. 10-13-tf 57. General Construction 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. 10-26-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 Aluminum siding. Free estimates. FHA Financing Available. Toll free number 1800-482-9656, ask for Monte Harris. 11-1-tf ARTICLES FOR SALE STRAY cows in my THE NJCEST . uwwoOD pasture. Gordon Olea. Rt. 1 Estates MoWle Home park ^ Highway 67 East. Hope Perrytown. 777-8221 or 777- Box 17, Blevins. ll-5-ltc . Notice 5520. 10-27-tf - FAMILY CARPORT SALE AT 402 Brannon. New items. Children's clothes. Friday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 10-31-6tc 'ARK 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 IGANTIC RUMMAGE SALE! Biggest yet. Clothes: all sizes, furniture, miscellaneous items, dishes. Something for everyone. Priced to sell. Perry town City Hall. November 7, 8, 9. ll-5-4tp RE-HOLIDAY CLEARANCE SALE. All merchandise reduced! Buy now for Christmas. J's Clothing Outlet - 103 North Hazel. ll-5-6tc KOUNTRY KOURTS MOBILE Home Park - Swimming Pool - Highway 174 - Also Homes for rent. 77.7-6249. ">. Personal WILL NOT BE responsible for any debts made by anyone, other than myself after November 2, 1974. Grady Smith. ll-2-6tp WITHIN! VINEGAR! B6! Kelp! Now all four in one capsule, ask for VB6T only $2.98, Deanna Drugs. ll-5-4tp t>. Insurance SERVICES OFFERED 27. Ambulance Service 24-HOUR AMBULANCE Service. Call 777-3334. Hempstead County Ambulance Service, Inc. Air conditioned, oxygen equipped, two way radio. Certified courteous attendants. 10-7-tf :$!). Job Printing PIONEER PRINTERS, East 2nd Street in Hope. Priming, 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 14B. HELP WANTED FOR THE HOME 53A. Home Remodeling PAINTING, PANELING AND Paper Hanging—by hour or job. Tired of old Blah colors?—Call Steve Shaffer in Fulton—896-2257. 10-26-lmp NEED SOME ROOMS Paneled? Call Harry Kisthart's Cabinet Shop - 7776202. "Formica Tops - Pickup Covers. iQ-18- f 55. Electrical Services TELEVISION SERVICE - we repair all makes - TV - Tapeplayers and Stereo sets. Call Western Auto, 777-4447. 10-9-tf —Need more space? Check our Services Offered Section for help. 79B. Real Estate THE LIFE AGENCY, INC. 1321 South Main 777-4383 Specializing in Group & Individual Hospitalization Income Protection Tax Deferred Annuties Life and Accident Cancer Care Retirement Call for any Insurance Needs: Jun Slagle Gus Hogan 777-3128 777-6077 ll-5-ltc GEORGIA PACIFIC CORPORATION is seeking an experienced Pine Lumber Grader and a licensed Boiler Operator. CALL: GEORGIA PACIFIC STAMPS, ARKANSAS 533-2481 "Equal Opportunity Employer" n-4-7tc ofYovr Own... 3 Bedroom Brick Veneer—3 years old—central heat & air—extra large lot- carport—beautiful kitchen—large outside storage. SEE THIS ONE!! FOR $19,500.00. Good Older Home—on 75x150 corner lot. 3 Bedrooms with wall to wall carpeting in two of them— carport—all curtains, drapes, stoves, cook stove, practically sew air conditioner will be left. ALL THIS FOR $7,500.00. Greening Ellis Co, Insurance, Loans, Real Estate 209 South Main Phone 7774661 ll-l-4tc 71. Cars orJTrucks 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 INGRAM'S USED CARS - Will buy used cars and pickups. Call John or J.B. Ingram, 7778670. 10-30-tf 1956 CHEVY PICKUP, V-8, $150.00. 420 John Deere Crawler - 777-8079 after 6:00 p.m. 10-30-tf 1973 VEGA HATCHBACK. CALL 777-2436 or 777-2963, after 6:30 p.m. 11-1-tf WANTED - LATE MODEL used cars and pickup trucks. See James Gaines or Mike Gaines. Phone 777-6100. 11-2-tf MARTIN & ROWE CHAIN Link Fence. Call 983-2875 or 9832393; Washington, Arkansas 71862. Free Estimates. Cash and Save. 10-19-if FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Cut to size wanted. Call 777-8332. 10-31-8tc CHAIN LINK FENCE FRANK Horton. Phone 7773812. Residential or Commercial - terms arranged. Estimates free. 10-10-tf HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER - with a black and white T.V., stereo, and radio combined. $200.00, Call 7778297. ll-5-6tp 78A. Sale or Trade NICE 3 BEDROOM HOME, built in kitchen; den with wood burning fireplace and brick bar; central heat and air; fenced in yard; wall to . wall carpet - 2% lots. 777-6109 or 777-3341. Shown by appointment only! 10-30-6tp FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR OLDER CAR—1972 Ford Maverick. 4-door, air conditioning, automatic, 25 miles per gallon, 35,000 actual miles. One owner. 887-5185. ll-l-4tc 79. Homes New Jersey Kissinger proposes judge shot f ood regepve system ^ 11 ^fc JT* JT^ *VI "• "•- t J •.* ^-"i. ^~fc ••.-^_r^ ^ ' WOOD FRAME HOME - P/i Baths, 3 Bedrooms. Corner lot. Near all local businesses. 821 South Elm. 777-3645. I 10-8-tf 4. - BY OWNER - LARGE older home on two lots in Hope. Call collect 214-792-8304- Texarkana, Texas for appointment. ll-5-4tp 79B. Real Estate FOR SALE - Mobile Home Lots. Highway 67 East, next to Lakewood Estates. Call 7778221, 777-5520. 10-10-tf WE NEED LISTINGS! ! I We have need of listings of farms, ranches, and timberlands for out of state customers. We also need listings for homes for customers we have now. If you are considering selling, be sure to call us first for quick action. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY, INC. 512 East Third Street. Phone 777-4691. ll-2-4tc 2. Pianos, Organs WURLITZER PIANOS, ORGANS. Buy, Sell, Trade. Also, tuning & repair. House of Music, 219 Main 777-3095. 10-26-tf 84. Sporting Equipments 12 GAUGE BROWNING AUTOMATIC. 20 gauge Remington automatic. Mobile Home tires, rims 8 ply. 777-3155. ll-l-6tc ««. Livestock FOR SALE - REGISTERED Black Angus Bulls. 7 months i.o 2 years old. Big type. Call 777-6376. 10-21-lmc in courtroom WANAQUE, N.J. (AP) — A bullet fired through a window fatally wounded a municipal judge while he was holding court, Police termed the death a definite case of premeditated murder. About 50 persons were in the courtroom. No one else was hurt. Municipal Court Judge Joseph Crescente, 71, was sitting in his second-floor courtroom Monday night when the shot pierced a window and a Venetian blind behind his bench and struck him in the back. He was holding a probable cause hearing at the time. The magistrate died two hours later at Chilton Memorial Hospital in nearby Pompton Plains. Officers in this Passaic County community of 11,000 said they were looking for a young dark-skinned male. Witnesses said they saw him aim a rifle at the window of the courtroom from the street. Witnesses told officers the man fled on foot. The weapon used in the slaying, believed to be a .22-caliber rifle, had not been found, police said. A detective on trie 15-member Wanaque police force said all "past, present and future cases" the judge was involved in were being checked for possible leads. "He flinched in his chair and said, 'What was that?'," said Capt. Joseph Cisco, who was in the courtroom at the time of the shooting. Cisco said he went to the judge, loosened his robe and saw blood on his back. He said others in the courtroom scrambled for cover. "As far as we're concerned, there is no question that this was -a case of "premeditated murder," said a police dispatcher in Pompton Lakes, which serves as a central communications center for the area. The last homicide occurred here in 1913, according to police. Wanaque is about 10 miles south of the New York State border and some 35 miles northwest of New York City. FACTS According to FBI Uniform Crime Reports, there were 5,432,300 men and 966,794 women arrested in the United States during 1972. There were 1,282,463 boy.s under 18 years old arrested while 374,032 girls under 18 were arrested, more than one-third of all female arrests, The World Almanac notes. Larceny-theft was the major female offense with 186,782 arrests of which 86,333 were under 18 years old. CLEANING OUT YOUR AT- JIC? SflJ those u/iased items h ihe Hope Star's fast- word ads! By HILMI TOKOS Associated Press Writer ROME (AP) - Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger today proposed that the world's major food producers coordinate their grain reserves so that "within a decade no child will go to bed hungry .... no family will fear for its next day's bread." Delivering the main opening- day address at the World Food Conference, Kissinger called the aim of the proposed system of reserves a bold objective that Would cope with the source of hunger. Kissinger also urged newly rich oil producing states to help poor countries buy food, fertilizer and farm equipment. Quadrupled prices for crude oil over the last year have produced a surplus of around J60 billion in the oil states and have forced hard times on developing countries that have to decide whether to buy oil or food with scant foreign exchange reserves. The grain supply deficit in developing countries will reach about 85 million tons by 1985, Kissinger said. Financing them to increase production "must become one of the priority objectives of the countries and institutions that have the major influence in the international monetary system," he said. In Ivianila, David Rockefeller, chairman of The Chase Manhattan Bank, told a news conference failure of the oil producers to share their wealth could load the world into depression. The Rome food conference, sponsored by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, opened with an appeal from U.N. Secretary- General Kurt Waldheirn for an "equitable global strategy" to ward off mass starvation. Like an international panel of economists and food experts whose report was issued on the eve of the conference, Waldhelm said the rich nations consume too much and the poor aren't doing enough to help themselves. A senior American official said the Soviet bloc countries except Romania are unlikely tO ( approve the U.S. proposals, but* he expects endorsement from most other nations. The grain reserves coordination system Kissinger proposed for the United States and other food producers appeared to conflict- somewhat with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz* statement Monday that international'control of stockpiles would be inefficient. Kissinger asked the conference to organize a Reserve Coordinating Group to negotiate a detailed agreement for an international system of grain reserves at the earliest possible time. The food producing nations would exchange information on reserve levels, crop prospects and their plans for importing or exporting grains. They would have a common responsibility to hold reserves to meet demands occasioned by drought and other catastrophes and would decide on "measures for dealing with noncompliance." Kissinger said a worldwide reserve of up to 16 million tons above present levels may be needed for adequate food security. The report on the eve of the conference predicted a grave confrontation between the affluent and 500 million hungry people unless the well-fed eat less and spread around their resources. There's no opposition for 59 House Demos By JIM ADAMS Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -Fifty- nine House Democrats, including a score of President Ford's staunch ideological foes and several friends, were virtually elected even before polls opened today. They had no Republican opponents and 44 had no opponents at all. Only one Republican, Rep. Charles W. Whalen Jr. of Ohio, had no Democratic- opposition . Recent votes in Congress provide some clue about how the views of the unopposed candidates compare with Ford's view. Forty-seven of them voted to cut Ford's $850,000 transition fund request for former President Richard M. Nixon to $200,000 and 42, defying a Ford veto threat, voted to cut off U.S. military aid to Turkey. Nine voted against Ford's confirmation as vice president last year. In the Senaten only Democrat Russell B. Lony of Ixmisiana was unopposed. Sens. James B. Allen, D-Ala., and Daniel K. Inouye, D-Hawaii, had only token opposition. Allen and Inouye opposed Ford on Turkish aid; Long supported him. All three voted to confirm Ford as vice president. The Senate has not voted yet on the Nixon money. Whalen and 44 of the House Democrats had no re-election opponents at all. The other 15 ihru the Classified Ads had minor party opponents. The House Democrats include Majority Leader Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. of Massachusetts who opposed Ford on the Turkish aid bill and Nixon money and has made frequent House floor speeches attacking Ford's economic proposals. O'Neill was opposed by Communist and U.S. Labor party candidates. One unopposed Democrat was Rep. Joseph P. Addabbo of New York, author of the amendments to cut Nixon's money to $200,000. Addabbo also had been chief sponsor of several amendments to halt money for the Vietnam war and Cambodia bombing. Another is Rep. Michael Harrington, D-Mass., whose office disclosed this sumn:er that the CIA channeled more than $8 million against former Chilean Marxist President Salvador Allende. The unopposed House Democrats also include at least seven consistent supporters of P'ord plus nearly a dozen who supported Ford on Turkish aid but opposed him on the Nixon money. The Ford supporters include House Armed Services Chairman F. Edward Hubert, D-La., and Reps. Hubert L. F. Sikes, D-Fla., Otto E. Passman, DI-a., G.V. Montgomery, D- Miss., Jamie L. \Vhitten, D- Miss., Tom Steed, D-Okla., arid Joe I). Waggonner, D-l^a. Unopposed Democrats also include Speaker Carl Albert and House Appropriations Chairman George H. Mahon of Texas who have criticized Ford's economic proposals but often agree with him on other issues. The nine Democrats who opposed Ford's confirmation as vice president and have generally opposed his proposals since are Reps. Glenn M. Anderson, Augustus F. Hawkins and Edward R. Roybal of California; Herman Badillo and Charles Ran gel of New York; Harrington and Joe Moakley of Massachusetts, Parren J. Mitchell of Maryland and Henry B. Gonzalez of Texas.

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