Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 7, 1974 · Page 11
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 11

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 7, 1974
Page 11
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Thursday, November 7, 1974 HOPE (AUK.) STAR MOORE BROS. WE ACCEPT YOUR FOOD COUPONS ' : SERVING YOU SINCE 1896 GALLON JUG SWEET MILK 129C HEAVY SMOKED SLAB BACON ?y)S FARM FRESH LARGE WHITE EGGS 79 Court Docket DZ PURE PORK SAUSAGE C IB U.S. GRADE A CHOICE ROUND STEAK 1 19C LB 10LB.SACK RED POTATOES 79 C GOV. INSPETED FRYERS 43 C LB BROAD BREASTED TOM TURKEYS 16 to 18 POUNDS CITY DOCKET Argenia Louise Conway, drunkenness, plea guilty, fined $22.75 John D. Austin, Paul May, K.C. Montgomery, Frank Smith, Dan Scott, Jessie White, Doish Williams, drunkenness, forfeited $22.75 cash bond Ethyl Tyus, David Earl White, Richard D. Willis, no driver's license, forfeited 12.75 cash bond Rickey L. Cox, no driver's license (2nd offense), Forfeited $17.75 cash bond Nathaniel Forte, driving; while intoxicated, plea guilty, fined $112.75 and 1 day in jail Richard D. Willis, driving while intoxicated, plea guilty, fined $112.75, ten days in jail and driver's license suspended 90 days. If defendant takes course on alcoholism offered by Red River Council, jail sentence and driver's license revocation will be suspended on good behavior. Cherryl Joy Adams, Michael Ray Bo bo, James L. Fant, Bobby D. Hensley, Thomas D. ; Juris, .Jack Watkins, speeding, forfeited $17.75 cash bond William Richardson, failure to yield right of way, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Rickey L. Cox, hazardous driving, forfeited $17.75 cash \ bond Mike Atkins, reckless ; driving, tried on plea of not ; guilty, found guilty, driver's I license suspended for 30 days. (The offense occured with a ; school zone) Henry J. Spellman, no inspection sticker, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Henry Turner, permitting unlicensed driver to drive, forfeited $17.75 cash bond Janet Poindexter, failure to answer summons, forfeited $27.75 cash bond LeRoy Booker, resisting arrest, forfeited $57.75 cash bond LeRoy Booker, distrubring peace, forfeited $32.75 cash bond Doish Williams, interferring with an officer, forfeited $57.75 cash bond Pricilla Ann Sears, making violent threat, plea of guilty, fined $57.75; $25 suspended on good behavior BROADBREASTED HEN TURKEYS 10 to 14 POUNDS 59 c LB HOMEGROWN NO. 1 SWEET POTATOES 4J 00 MEATY PORK LOIN ROAST .—. •—• BORDEN'S DELICIOUS MELLORINE _____—————— COTTON BOLl BOLOGNA 79 C LB 69 • 59 C 1/2 GAL Pricilla Ann Sears, carrying concealed weapon, plea guilty, fined $57.75 OvB. Chance, assault and battery, tried on plea of not guilty. Pound not guilty STATE DOCKET Wattie Willis, drunkenness, forfeited $34.75 cash bond The following forfeited $29.75 cash bond on charge of Speeding: Harry L. Coleman, Chas. E. Gray, Alfred Green, Jr., Larry C. Moore, Ralph E. Sikes, Donald D. Stemple, Eugene E. Monor, Edith Nix, Keith Russell, Eugene A. Rasco, Patricia Storm, Randall Townsend Roy's Trucking, possession of beer, forfeited $74.75 cash bond Henry Edgar, transporting over legal amount of intoxicating liquor, forefeited $89.75 cash bond David P. Mull, possession of intoxicating liquor, forfeited $74.75 cash bond Dennis Moten, violation of Arkansas Hot check law, check paid, fine and cost suspended Wilbun J. Brandon, James M, Bond, Robert A. Lape| overlength on week end, forfeited $9.75 cash bond Colonial Fast Freight, driver Log Book not current, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Mat Trucking, driving dual log, forfeited $74.75 cash bond Calvin Corporation, fictitious Bill of Lading, forfeited $197.25 cash bond Gay J. Carter, running the scales, forfeited $49.75 cash bond Agriculture Extension, Bur dine Tophel, Marvin D. Wilson, State Stone Mfg. Co., overweight, forfeited 49.75 cash bond Calvin Corporation, Colonial Fast Freight, no authority with ATC, forfeited $197.25 cash bond Harry F. McGee, Patrick McGuire, no authority with ATC, forfeited $221.75 cash bond ' National Farm Lines, Inc., no authority with ATC, forfeited $497.25 cash bond S.R. Baugh & Sons, Inc., overweight, dismissed . Nathan J. McGarity, fle^jj, •""titibiis license ."dismissed """•"" * \ 3 senators say GOP * must broaden base LB GOOD LEAN PORK CHOPS •MBMB^VMH^-BUOIXM* DRV SALT FATBACK U.S. CHOICE CHUCK ROAST c LB I FRYER PARTS WASHINGTON (AP) — Three moderate Republican senators say the GOP must broaden its base and offer specific economic programs if it hopes to rebound from off-year election defeats that left its national strength at a 10-year low. The statements from Sens. Lowell P. Weicker Jr. of Connecticut, Charles H. Percy of Dlinois and Charles McC. Mathias of Maryland came as President Ford and Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield pledged cooperation Wednesday despite a general expectation of conflict over economic programs. Democratic leaders, meanwhile, gave every indication they will set their own agenda, headed by national health insurance, tax reform and an expanded public service jobs program, when the 94th Congress meets in January. "There is an inherent weakness in the entire structure of the Republican party," Weicker declared. "They are not going to win any election until they broaden the base of their party. Percy, sounding a bit like the presidential contender he hoped to be before Ford succeeded Richard M. Nixon, said, "The Republican party can rebound, but only by developing a distinct set of programs that realistically attack the problems, especially the crunching economic problems, that confront us all." Mathias, saying that he had received support from blacks, labor and ethnic groups in his re-election, said he intends to see that the national GOP "does reach out" to such groups. Turnout for this election was the lightest for any year since at least 1946, with an unofficial count showing 38 per cent of the voting age population cast ballots. Nearly complete election returns showed Democrats fell short of their predicted pre- election gains by the narrowest of margins, especially in the Senate, where Republicans led three Senate races by a total of less than 1,300 votes. • GOP victories in all three — North Dakota, New Hampshire and Nevada — would keep the net Democratic Senate gain to three, from 58 to 61. Democratic victories could swell the gains as high as six, to 64. In two other Senate races, one led by each party, the margin was less than 5,000 votes. And in five governorship contests, too, the unofficial margin was less than 5,000. This was the standing: —Senate: Democrats captured four Republican seats, in Florida, Colorado, Kentucky and Vermont, but trailed for one in Nevada they now hold. That left them with an assured 61 seats in the new Senate, the llth straight under Democratic control. —House: The net Democratic gains, exceeding pre-election forecasts, stood at 43, meaning the new House will have at least 291 Democrats. Three races remained undecided. The Democratic total barely missed matching the 295 in Lyndon B. Johnson's 1964 landslide, the largest total won by either party since 1936. —Governors: Democrats captured nine, while losing three to the Republicans and a fourth to an independent, in Maine. An. other Democrat trailed, indicating the new standing would be 36 Democrats, 13 Republicans and one independent, surpassing the 35 Democrats elected in 1958. The closest Senate contest was in North Dakota, where Republican Sen. Milton R. Young and former Democratic Gov. William L. Guy finished in a virtual dead heat. The Associated Press unofficial tally put Guy 14 votes ahead, while the News Election Service said Young led by 16, pending an official tally of the 229,000 votes. In Nevada, Republican Paul Laxalt edged Democrat Harry Reid by just 616 votes. In New Hampshire, Republican Louis C. Wyman led Democrat John A. Durkin by a slender 588. THATS „./ OUR AIM CHOICE BABY BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK $119 • l.h. ROUND STEAK CHUCK ROAST BRISKET STEW MEAT Good Leant PORK ROAST Good Lean PORK CHOPS Slab-Sliced BACON Country Style MIX SAUSAGE Fresh Cut Out RIBS Old Smoke House BOLOGNA 69 Fresh Lean GROUND BEEF 79° - Fresh Cut Out NECK BONES 39 C W * Lb. — — — . — Fresh FRYER BACKS 5 Lb $100 For ^ | Fresh TURKEY NECKS 49 C - Fancy Red Delicious APPLES c Lb. 29 YELLOW RIPE BANANAS ] 5°, 40 POUND GOOD RED POTATOES 85 -DEL Yellow ICREAM CORN oo cn SUGAR BEANS. 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