Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 6, 1974 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 6, 1974
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J Wednesday, Novehfcil jg, HOPE (ARK.) STAR clone Page All Want Ads are payable in* 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 -Davi Days Davs 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 46 to 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—$2.04 per inch per day 4 Times—-$1.76 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. ••*••*••!§»•• tit •»**•****»••• 13. MlSceHaineblls * • * * ».*" • **••»•••**»««**»**••••• INDIVIDUAL WILL PAY CASH for a ^arttiafl v.Cub tractor and equipment. Call collect, area code 817, 2681076. ll-5-6tc 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 iifi!'Help' Wanted " GENERAL OFFICE HELP. Apply in person from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Call 7776041. ll-6-5tc ARTICLES FOR RENT OR LEASE 24B. Mobile Home Lots 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*7-6249. ....•••I t..»i»»M»«l«««««»«»»«»« »«••••••••••***•*••••••*•••••**•« 55. Electrical Services 75A. Farm Equipment .••*•»*•*•••*»»•********' * * * *••»**••••§******»••••*•*•••**••• TELEVISION SERVICE - we 420 JOHN DEERE CRAWLER- repair all makes - TV - 777-8079 after 6:00 p.m. Tapeplayers and Stereo sets. 10-30-tf Call Western Auto, 777-4447. 10-9-tf '"" t , 78. Miscellaneous LEGAL NOTICE SERVICES OFFERED MISCELLANEOUS 15. Apartments-furnished FOR LEASE AT HILLCREST and Imperial-, one and two bedroom apartments. Central air conditioning. Utilities and cable T.V. paid. Call 777-6731. 11-1-tf 1(1. Apurtments- unfurnished UNFURNISHED DUPLEX. 4 rooms and bath newly decorated. Close in; call 7772660. ll-6-4tc 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 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, Arkansas. 10-26-tf ',...>.<•..<..4-. ....•«....•»•.< 40. Meat Processing 55A. Appliance Repair 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 *•••••••••••*••**••••••*'*•*** 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 PAINTING AND GENERAL Home repair work. Call Doug Brantley, day 887-3850, night 887-3949. 11-6-tf </<••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 59. Miscellaneous 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 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 f? " 21. Houses-unfurnished 4. Notice 3 - FAMILY CARPORT SALE AT 402 Brannon. New items. Children's clothes. Friday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 10-31-6tc 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 GIGANTIC RUMMAGE SALE! Biggest yet. Clothes: all sizes, furniture, miscellaneous items, dishes. Something for everyone. Priced to sell. Perrytown City Hall. November 7, 8, 9. ll-5-4tp PRE-HOLIDAY CLEARANCE SALE. All merchandise reduced! Buy now for Christmas. J's Clothing Outlet - 103 North Hazel. ll-5-6tc 5. Personal I WILL NOT BE responsible for any debts made by anyone, other than myself after November 2, 1974. Grady Smith. ll-2-6tp LECITHIN! VINEGAR! B6! Kelp! Now all four in one capsule, ask for VB6T only $2.98, Deanna Drugs. ll-5-4tp LOSE WEIGHT with New shape tablets and Hydrex Water Pills. Cox Drug. 11-6-ltp 14B. HELP WANTED 41. Miscellaneous FOR RENT OR SALE: Two bedroom, carpeted, prefer no children or pets. 519 Andress Street. 777-6855. ll-6-4tc HOUSE FOR RENT. Emmet, Arkansas. 887-3387. ll-6-4tc 22. Land FOR SALE ONE ACRE LAND, grocery store and living quarters; 12 miles, south of Hope, Arkansas. Only store in town. Ideal for retired couple. Call 777-9131 or 777-2907 after 7:00 o'clock. $13,500 plus stock. ll-6-6tc 24. Mobile Homes •••«•••«•••••••••••••••••••*•< MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT at Oak's Mobile Home Park. Call 777-5883. 10-19-tf TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Mobile Home. Water furnished. Call Kountry Kourts 777-6249. -•'• '"'%;•-•• Ui!••*••;* frTJKW-i^W-'-i , 71. Cars or Trucks 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 —Happy Ads will bring smiling faces on the one you love. 5. Personal bmmAAMHI 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 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 47. 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 USE THE MOST MODERN METHOD of carpet cleaning in America today. "Steam clean" your carpets with the Trewax Hydro-Mist System. Do it yourself. Save money. Easy to use. Fantastic results. Available for rental at THE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS CO. 413 South Main Street, Hope, AR 71801 777-4632. 11-6-ltc 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. 10 -i8- f —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 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 DIGRAM'S USED CARS - Will buy used cars and pickups. Call John or J.B. Ingram, 7778670. 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 1967 BUICK STATION WAGON - good condition; 1969 Volkswagen - Automatic stick, new engine, good condition. 1973 Motorcycle. 777-4839. ll-6-4tc MARTIN & ROWE CHAIN Link Fence. Call 983-2875 or 9832393; Washington, Arkansas 71862. Free Estimates. Cash and Save. 10-19-1 f 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 FOR SALE - HICKORY FIREWOOD. Also a two wheel camper trailer that sleeps two. Ideal for hunters. See James Stinnett in Perrytown or call 777-4415. ll-6-6tc tf. • V 79. Homes WOOD FRAME HOME - 1% Baths, 3 Bedrooms. Corner lot. Near all local businesses. 821 South Elm. 777-3645. 10-8-tf 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. iHighway r fi5teS3ast,»"next to Lakewb'dd"Estates. Call 7778221, 777-5520. 10-10-tf WE NEED LISTINGS! ! ! 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 • ••*» 82. 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, runs 8 ply. 777-3155. 11-1-etc 88. Livestock FOR SALE - REGISTERED Black Angus Bulls. 7 months io 2 years old. Big type. Call 777-6376. 10-21-lmc FACTS IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF KATE W. GOSNELL, deceased No. P-74-88 Last known address of decedent: 119 North Pine St., Hope, Arkansas. Date of death: October 24, 1974. An instrument dated January 20, 1971, was on the 30th day of October, 1974, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 6th day of November, 1974. Mrs. Mary Virginia Horton (Executrix) 801 W. Avenue B Hope, Arkansas (Mail Address) November 6, 13; 1974 byBanicefiec'cQ'Ol For Thursday, Nov. 7.1974 ARIES (March 21-April 19) This should turn out to be a rather interesting day for you because of some pleasant and unexpected happenings that will alter your routine. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) On impulse you're likely to buy a new item for the home. It will be something modern and mechanical that will be used by all the family. GEMINI (May 21-June?-20^ You'll get some exciting news from a good friend thai you'll put to good use. It will come from a person who is group- oriented. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Be on the lookout for an unusual bargain for something you've been wanting but felt was too expensive to lay the money out for at present. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Keep plans very flexible so you can change direction on a moment's notice. You don't want to be tied down if something more enjoyable pops up. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Something of material value will be given you from a source you'd least expect. The circumstances that prompt this will be quite unique. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) The luckiest things that will happen to you today will not be of your own making. Others tend to treat you better than you would yourself SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Don't put off until tomorrow something important that needs doing. Pieces will corne together today that won't do so later SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- Dec. 21) Get hold of that special party who knows how to expedite a plan of yours Today he'll have time to help you properly CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) This is the day to get the ear and attention of one who can help you where your work or career is involved See if he can spare a moment AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Try to do more listening than talking when you're in the company of an experienced adviser Suggestions you'll be given will be worth it. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Theres a much better way to handle a task you're charged with than the way you do it now Use your imagination lor the solution your birthday John T. Scopes was found guilty of having taught evolution In a Dayton, Term., high school on July 24, 1925. The last law prohibiting the teaching of evolution in American public schools was ruled unconstitutional by the Mississippi Supreme Court on Dec. 2, 1970, The World Almanac notes. Scopes died Oct. 21, 1970. Now. 7, 1974 Sudden advancement or unexpected career opportunity will be ottered to you this year Take prompt advantage of an/ offering that will enhance /our status or reputation Jazz Emancipation (Jn Feb. 12, 1924, in New York City, Paul Whiteman conducted a program of "symphonic jazz, ' highlighted by the first public performance of Gershwin s Rhapsody in Blue" with the composer at the piano. Since the concert took place on Lincoln's birthday, it was described as "the emancipation of " State-by-State election roundup By The Associated Press Here is a state-by-state rundown of the races for governor, U.S. senator and some other key races in Tuesday's general election. A general outlook for each race, based on polls and the views of political observers, is included: ALABAMA Governor: Incumbent George C. Wallace, D, defeated real estate man Elvin McCary, R. Senate: Incumbent James B. Allen, D, defeated prohibitionist Alvin Abercrombie. ALASKA Governor: Incumbent William Egan, D, was in a tight race with Jay Hammond, R, an environmentalist, with 55 per cent of the precincts counted. Senate: Incumbent Mike Gravel, D, defeated C.R. Lewis, R, a state senator. ARIZONA Governor: Raul Castro, D, former U.S. ambassador to Bolivia and El Salvador, won a tight race with businessman Russell Williams, R, with 99 per cent of the votes counted. Senate: Incumbent Barry Goldwater, R, defeated Jonathan Marshall, D, a Scottsdale newspaper publisher. ARKANSAS Governor: Former U.S. Rep. David Pryor, D, defeated college teacher Kenneth Coon, R. Senate: Gov. Dale Bumpers, D, defeated banker John H. Jones, R. House: Incumbent Wilbur D. Mills, D, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, defeated Judy Petty, R, a former aide to the late Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller, for the 2nd District seat. CALIFORNIA Governor: Secretary of State Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown Jr., D,' defeated State Controller Houston I. Flournoy, R, for seat of retiring Ronald Reagan, R. Senate: Incumbent Alan Cranston, D, defeated three opponents, including State Sen. H.L. Richardson, R. COLORADO Governor: Lawyer Richard Lamm, D, defeated incumbent John Vanderhoof, R. Senate: Gary W. Hart, D, former presidential campaign manager of George McGovern, defeated incumbent Peter Dominick, R. CONNECTICUT Governor: U.S. Rep. Ella Grasso, D, defeated U.S. Rep. Robert H. Steele, R. Senate: Incumbent Abraham Ribicoff, D, defeated three opponents, including James H. Brannen III, R, an airline pilot. FLORIDA Governor: Incumbent Reuben Askew, D, defeated lawyer Jerry Thomas, R. Senate: Former Secretary of State Richard Stone, D, defeated Jack Eckerd, R, millionaire drug store chain owner. GEORGIA Governor: State Rep. George Busbee, D, defeated Ronnie Thompson, R, mayor of Macon. Senate: Incumbent Herman Talinadge, D, defeated Jerry Johnson, H, a carpeting contractor. IDAHO Governor: Incumbent Cecil D. Andrus, D, defeated Lt. Gov. Jack M. Murphy, R. Senate: Incumbent Frank Church, D, defeated attorney Robert L. Smith, R. ILLINOIS Senate: Incumbent Adlai E. Stevenson III, D, defeated G .M. Buxditt, R, lawyer and former state legislator. INDIANA Seriate: Incumbent Birch Bayh, D, defeated Richard Lugar, R, mayor of Indianapolis. IOWA Governor: Incumbent Robert Ray, R, defeated State Senm James Schaben, D. Senate: U.S. Rep. John C. Culver, D, defeated State Rep. David Stanley, R, for seat of retiring Harold Hughes, D. TEXAS Governor: Incumijent Dolph Briscoe, D, defeated^ four other candidates, including Jim Cranberry, R, a UTAH Senate: E.J. Garn, U, mayor of Salt Lake City, defeated U.S. Rep. Wayne Owens, D, for seat jj of retiring Wallace Bennett, R. VERMONT Governor: Incumbent Thomas P. Salmon, D, defeated Walter Kennedy, R, a car dealer. Senate: Patrick J. Leahy, D, a county prosecutor, defeated Richard Mallaryn R, a dairy ( farmer, for the seat of retiring George D. Alken, R. WASHINGTON Senate: Incumbent Warren G. Magnuson, D, defeated State Sen. Jack Metcalf, R, and three other opponents. WISCONSIN Governor: Incumbent Patrick J. Lucey, D, defeated William D. Dyke, R, former Madison mayor. Senate: Incumbent Gaylord Nelson, D, defeated State Sen. Thomas Petri, R. WYOMING Governor: Attorney Ed Herschler, D, defeated Dick Jones, R, a trucking company owner. KANSAS Governor Atty. Gen. Vern Miller, D, was in a tight race with State Senate President Robert Bennett, R, with 96 per cent of the votes counted. Senate: Incumbent Robert Dole, R, defeated U.S. Rep. Bill Roy, D. KENTUCKY Senate: Gov. Wendell Ford, D, defeated incumbent Marlow W. Cook, R. LOUISIANA Senate: Incumbent Russell B. Long, I), had no opposition. MAINE Governor: James B. Longley, an independent, defeated four other candidates including former Atty. Gen. James S. Erwin, R, and lawyer George J. Mitchell, D. ' MARYLAND Governor: Incubent Marvin Mandel, D, defeated Louise Gore, a GOP national corn- mi tteewoman. Senate: Incumbent Charles McC. Mathias, R, defeated Barbara Mikulski, D, a Baltimore city councilwoman. MASSACHUSETTS Governor: Michael S. Dukakis, D, a former state legislator, defeated incumbent Francis W. Sargent, R. MICHIGAN Governor: Incumbent William Milliken, R, defeated former State Sen. Sander Levin and seven other candidates. MINNESOTA Governor: Incumbent Wendell Anderson.D, defeated seven other candidates, including businessman John W. Johnson, R. MISSOURI Senate: Incumbent Thomas F. Eagleton, D, defeated lawyer Thomas B. Curtis, R. NEBRASKA Governor: Incumbent J. James Exon, D, defeated State Sen. Richard Marvel, R. OKLAHOMA Governor: David C. Boren, D, a college professor, defeated Jiin Inhofe, R, a state senator. Senate: Incumbent Henry Bellmon, R, was in a tight race with former congressman Ed Edmondson, D, with 99 per cent of the vote counted. OKKUON Governor: Robert W. Straub, D, a businessman, defeated rug merchant Victor Atiyeh, R, for the seat of retiring Tom McCall, R. Senate: Incumbent Robert Packwood, R, defeated lawyer Betty Roberts, D. PENNSYLVANIA Governor: Incumbent Milton J. Shapp, D, defeated Drew Lewis, R. Senate: U.S. Rep. Richard Schweiker, R, defeted Peter F. Flaherty, D, mayor of Pittsburgh. SOUTH DAKOTA Governor: Incumbent Richard F. Kneip, D, defeated John E. Olson, R, businessman and former state highway director. Senate: Incumbent George McGovern, D, defeated Leo K. Thorsness, R, a former prisoner of war. A

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