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Fridav. December 23, 1977 HOPE (ARK.> STAR Page Nine Classified ;»7. HAULING DUMP TRUCK HAULING - Fill sand, topsoil, clay and pit run gravel. Phil Bobo, Jr. 7774733. H-23-tf 55. KI.ECTRK'AL SERVICES VACUUM CLEANER Sales and service KIRBY SERVICE CENTER, 4th & Laurel St. Hope, AR. Phone 777-2890. 11-20-tf ELECTROLUX VACUUM Cleaner Service Bags, hoses, supplies. KIRBY SERVICE CENTER, 4th & Laurel St. Hope, AR. 71801. 11-20-tf 37A. TOWING SERVICE 24 HOUR WRECKER And Road Service, Richard Rowe, Day 777-«822, night 777-5494. GOOD REASONABLE SERVICE. 12-13-lmc 39. JOB PRINTING NEW COPYING SERVICE...WHILE YOU WATT...1 THRU 20, 15 cents ea; THEREAFTER, 10 cents each...ETTER PRINTING CO. 777-2837. 11-28-tf 40. MEAT PROCESSING MOORE BROTHERS - State Inspected Processing Plant. NOW OPEN! Beef - pork, cut, wrapped-quick frozen. Call Jewel Moore 777-2502. 12-5-tf CUSTOM MEAT PROCESSING. Call 777-2753. 12-8-tf CUSTOM BUTCHERING Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays. Special Prices on Whole Beef, Halves, Quarters. C&S PACKING COMPANY 777-8870 or 777-2450. 12-3-t.f 41. MISCELLANEOUS HOUSE LEVELING, General repair, painting, or build tomato houses. Call Bud or Dennis Watson. HOUSE DOCTORS. Phone 777-2714. 12-9-tf TORGINOL: ARKADELPHIA seamless Floors Quality Line Carpets 817 Clinton St. Milton Dean, day 246-2917, night 2467327. 11-30-tf < TROY'S BOOKKEEPING SE R VICE: B ookkeeping, Income & Quarterly Tax Services at reasonable prices. Check with Helen Troy Bass at TRADER TROY'S on Hwy. 29 North at 1-30 or Call 777-6044 day or 777-6057 night. 12-6-tf CHAINSAWS REPAIRED & Sharpened. Chains, bars & sprockets, for all makes. Earthco, V« mile North of 1-30 on Hwy. 29 777-5807. 12-4-tf TOPPING AND REMOVAL OF TREES: Dozer work - Call Cecil Faught 777-5336, 19 years of experience, with liability insurance. 12-1-tf MARTIN AND ROWE FENCE: Telephone 777-9250 for FREE estimates. CASH and SAVE. 12-16-tf CHAIN LINK FENCE AND HOME INSULATION: Frank Horton, estimates free. Phone 777-3812. 12-4-tf 55B. TELEVISION SERVICES KICKS RADIO-TV SERVICE: Color Television, stereo, tape, radio repair; Authorized service for Sylvania and Zenith. Call 777-4052. 12-12-tf COLLINS ELECTRONIC SERVICE 1122 South Main 777-3429 Factory authorized service for "Quasar - GE - Magnovox - RCA - Zenith Telex - Electrophonic Morse. Quasar Television sales and service. Quality service for 16 years." 12-15-tf -—. '._.!• — -^ _^ _ 57. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION TOM COBB'S BACKHOE AND Trenching Service, Septic tanks, field lines, chicken disposal, pits and dirt work. Phone 777-5451 after 5:00 plm. 12-17-tf HOME INSULATION COMPANY: Blown insulation, Attic and walls. Get our price before you buy! Free estimates. Call 777-3873, Wayne White. 12-12-tf JOE FARRER COMPANY All types of dirt, topsoil, field sand, clay gravel, also dozer and loader work. Telephone 777-9547. 11-23-tt DAVIS DOZER WORK. Phone 887-2420. 12-18-tf OTIS ASKEW & SON Dozer work, & Cutting blade. Phone after 5:00 p.m. 887-2791. 11.9AW 71. CARS OR TRITKS 1973 BUICK Apouo, loaded, 350, chromes, new tires, and air shocks, runs good, looks good, call after 5:00 p.m. 7778335. 12-21-6tp PUTMAN'S USED CARS. We buy and well used cars & pickups. 201 S. Hazel, 7775762. 12-13-tf 1968 FORD LTD - $300. 777-3703 also '74 FORD V« ton Ex- ployer pickup air & power $2250. 12-22-6tc 1976 FORD PICKUP, long wheel base, wide bed, exceptionally clean. Phone 7779408. After 5 777-4236. 12-22-€tc 74. FURNITURE MATTRESSES, MATTRESSES, MATTRESSES, Must sell now several name brands, all sizes, most are still in wrappers, mattress and box spring set for $68. Terms available. See Freight Sales Co. 307 W. Broad, Texarkana, Texas, 11 to 8 weekdays, Saturday 9 to 5. 12-20-tf RECLJJNERS, RECLINERS, RECLINERS. Must sell now. Good selection of recliners including wall hugers and rocker recliners. We have 3 piece recliners with good covers for $49.95. Terms Available. Freight Sales, 307 W. Broad, Texarkana, Texas 11 to 8 weekdays, Saturday 9 to 5. 12-20-tf 78. MISCELLANEOUS WHY PAY MORE FOR LESS, When you can get the best at discount prices. All McCulloch models. Slightly used McCulloch 850-$300. HOPE OUTDOOR POWER & EQUIPMENT, Third & Hazel, 7774585. 79B. RKAI. KSTATE 59A. STEREOS PIONEER STEREO SALES. Prices start at $244.95 Pioneer makes a perfect Christmas gift. COLLINS ELECTRONIC SERVICE 1122 S. Mian in Hope. Phone 777-3429. 12-16-tf 59B. TELEVISIONS YOU CAN AFFORD COLOR TELEVISION Rent color T.V. from $10.00, Black & white from $5.00, Steroes starting $5.00, MCB FURNITURE phone 777-9239. 11-30-tf QUASAR makes television Special again—See Quasar color Television today at Collins Electronic Service— 1122 South Main St. in Hope. You will be glad you did. Phone 777-3429. 12-10-tf 60. PAINTING SERVICES 47. RUG CLEANING CARPETS, BRAIDED RUGS, AND WALLS Cleaned, for free estimates, Phone 7774670. Curtis Yates. 11-26-tf GRAY'S CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY Cleaning over 17 years of experience guarantees you a better job. Free estimates 777-2264, 777- f>858 anytime. 12-12-tf 55. ELECTRICAL SERVICES WAYNE WARD OF WARD'S APPLIANCES SERVICE, Repairs all makes of washers, dryers, refrigerators, etc. Phone 7774006. 11-20-tf FOR GOOD ELECTRICAL SERVICE: Contact tony Pettit, 420 S. Spruce 777-4084. 11-23-tf GET YOUR PAINTING DONE in . the off season. Special prices on staining or painting wood fences. Call anytime for free estimates, 777-5083. 12-2-lmc "IT'S A SONY" Your SONY Dealer in Hope is Collins • Electronic Service— 1122 South Main, Phone 777-3429. Serving you for 16 years. 12-10-tf TRAPPERS - HUNTERS - Top prices for your furs. Green, dry or whole - Also deer hides. Will be in Hope Every Wednesday 2:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Burger Center. Hwy 67 W. Vemon Lewis 214-822-3562. 12-5-lmp PROFESSIONALLY clean your carpets with new lightweight RINSE-N-VAC steam cleaner. Rent at T.G.&Y. Family Center-600 North Hervey-Hope. 12-21-3tc ATTENTION HUNTERS & Trappers. Buying furs at Hwy. 29 & Ave A, across from Jumbo Burger. Every Sunday 4:00 p.m. to 5:00. Absolutely Top Prices. John Boyd - Benton, Ar. 11-29-lmp SEARS BEST MAKE Chain saw, has cut one cord of wood. 777-4218. $180. 12-21-«tc STANDARD SIZE Pool table. $100 or make offer. 777-5654. Call after 4:30 p.m. 12-20-4tp FIREWOOD FOR SALE : $25.00 a rick, split $35.00 a rick. No longer than 2 feet. 777-5947. 12-20-12tc 2.41 ACRES with 3 bedroom mobile home 12'sl6' barn. Just 2 miles from town on blacktop road 1? ACRES—about 12 acres tillable - 5 acres Umber, well, pump, septic, electricity. 24\36' barn. Call JON or MARY DEWBRE 777-5600 nights 777-8836 or come by UNITED FARM AGENCY 908 East 3rd St. - Hope, AR. 12-22-4tc 83R. BOATS & MOTOR N E E L -CRAFT Boat manufacturing Inc. Has moved to the Hope Proving Grounds location and invited everyones repairs or any other service that we can do for you in the fiberglass line. Call 777-6466. JAMES NEEL for free estimates or pickup and delivery. il-24-tf 84B. IHHiS 2-THREE MONTH Old Labador Retriever, $75.00 registered. 777-5802 days after 6:00 p.m. 777-3748. 12-19-6tp CHINESE PUGS, Boston Terrier puppies. One Lewallen setter bird dog, 8 months old. Will hold for Christmas. Country Puppy Farm, 777-2503. 12-9-lmc 85. WEAR ING AP DICK'S CUSTOM SHIRTS for all members of the family. Custom shirts will be appreciated for Christmas. 11-28-tf SHOP BONNIE'S DRESS SHOP: Bodcaw for something different for Christmas. Beautiful fashions, reasonable prices. Shop til 7 p.m. & Sunday afternoons. Yellow tag Sale. 12-5-lmc MAKE OVERTURF'S Your Christmas store, the gift that comes in pairs - "We have time for you." 11-28-tf, from R-3 7!«ine by amendment to the Hope Zoning Regulations to f-2 Zone. A public hearing on said application will be held by the Hope Planning Commission at 7:3bp.m. on January 10,1978, «t the City Hal! in Hope, Arkansas. All parties in Interest may be heard at said time and place or may notify the Planning Commission by letter of their views on this matter. The proposed amendment is on file for public Inspection at the City Clerk's Office in the City Hall. DATED This 13th day of December, 1977. HOPE PI ANNING COMMISSION BYLANETAHARE Dec. 16, 23-1977 ARTICLES FOR SALE 71. CARS OR TRUCKS INGRAM'S USED CARS - Will buy used cars and pickups. Call J.B. Ingram, 777-9670. 12-3-tf WANTED: Late model Used Cars and pickups trucks. See James or Mike Gaines. Phone 777-6100. 12-3-tf 1971 BEL AIR 4 door, good gas mileage. Call 777-6841 or 7775336 after 4:00 p.m. Make Offer. 11-21-tf 1977 CHEV. VEGA, red, radio & 4 speed, $2500. Contact 777-9428. 12-20-6tp 79. HOMES U.S. hopes Cairo talks will produce basic principles WASHINGTON (API — The United States hopes the Cairo talks between Egypt and Israel will produce agreement on basic principles for attracting more participants to the peace discussions, a senior State Do- partinent official says. Once other countries have agreed to participate, the talks would move to Geneva for negotiations on the specific issues outlined in the statement of broad principles, the official FOUR BEDROOM, HOME 3% bath, brick, large kitchen and den area with bar, separate dinningroom, fireplace, separate rec. room, large foyer, 2800 sq. ft. of heated area. 4 acres of land. 777-8161 or 777-6496 after 5:00 p.m. Located 5% miles on Hwy 67 west 12-21-12tc FOUR BEDROOM, 3 bath, brick with central heat & air, den, livingroom, DR, on 1 acre. Rocky Mound Rd. Call 777-4326. 12-21-12tp NEW HOUSE, 3 br., 1% bath, 1 3-10 acres, half brick, all electric, near Bois 'D Arce, 777-3085. 12-14-12tp LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR REZONING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT an application by Joe McCulley and other heirs of the W.A. McCulley estate, for a rezoning has been filed with the City Planning Commission of Hope wherein the request is made to change the zone classification of the property located at South Main Street, Hope, Arkansas, described as: N% S% SEV4 . NEV4 of Section 4, Township 13 South, Range 24 West, containing 10 acres, more or less from "R-2" Residential Zone to "C-2" Commercial Zone by amendment to the Hope Zoning. Regulations. A PUBLIC HEARING on said application will be held by the Hope Planning Commission at 7:30 P.M. on January 10, 1978, at City Hall in Hope. ALL PARTIES IN INTEREST MAY BE HEARD at said time and place or may notify the Planning Commission by letter of their views on this matter. THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT Is on file for public inspection at the City Clerk's Office in City Hall. Dated this 14th day of December, 1977. HOPE PLANNING COMMISSION By: Laneta Hare Secretary Dec. 16, 23-1977 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS, TEXARKANA DIVISION-UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF, v. JAMES H. LAMB and MARTHA L. LAMB, HIS WIFE, DEFENDANTS, CIVIL NO. 774049-NOTICE OF SALE- Notice is hereby given that the undersigned appointed by the Court in the above styled cause, will, pursuant to the Decree of Foreclosure entered by the Court in said cause on November 17, 1977, offer for sale at public auction at the main door of the Hempstead County Courthouse in Hope, Arkansas, on January 11, 1978, at 11:30 a.m. at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit of three months, the following described property located in Hempstead County, Arkansas: Part of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SWV4 NWY4) of Section Eighteen (18), Township Nine (9) South, Range Twenty-six (26) West, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Commence at the southwest corner of said SWV4 NWV« and run north along the west line of the said SWV4 NWV4 for a distance of 173.3 feet to the point of beginning, thence continue north for a distance of 143.3 feet, thence run east for a distance of 210"feet, thence run south for a distance of 143.3 •'• feet, thence run west for a distance of 210 feet back to the point of beginning, containing .69 acre, more or less. The purchaser at such sale will be required to execute bond with approved surety to secure the payment of the purchase money and a lien shall to retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of the purchase money. LEE R. OWEN, UNITED STATES MARSHAL. Dec. 9, 16, 23, 30-1977 It may be possible, the official said, for the Cairo talks to produce the set of principles within several weeks. The official said Jordan's King Hussein supports the peace efforts and eventually will join the talks, while Syria's President Hafez Assad "Is going to sit on the sidelines and watch and see what happens. He's keeping his options open." The official, who requested anonymity, also made these points in a background briefing for reporters: -American and Soviet negotiators are making steady progress In Geneva on strategic arms limitation talks. "The progress is . ,. not stalled in any way." —The administration believes the Panama Canal treaty will be approved by the Senate within the first three months of 1978. On the Middle East, the official cautioned against expectations for major developments from the Christmas Day meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Menahem Begin and Egytptan President Anwar Sadat. He said the two leaders will be dealing with political and substantive issues and, inevitably, will have differences. Even so, he said, "It's very important they do sit down face to face and continue what they started." The official said Begin views his proposal for Palestinian self-rule on the West Bank as "an interim step — not the end of the road." Begin won unanimous approval Thursday from his cabinet for his peace plan. He told reporters It Is a negotiating position and that he Is willing to listen to counterproposals. Begin reportedly plans to present Sadat with a proposal calling for self-rule for the Palestinian Arabs in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, but also calling for lhi» continued presence of Israeli troops. Sadat said on Wednesday he would not accept an Israeli military presence on the West Bank. The senior State Department official Indicated that Be gin's plan would allow for some Palestinian refugees to settle on the West Bank. He said Bcgln's proposal would cover "those who would be there, or, under a worked out Immigration scheme would come Into the area." Carter decides on record $126 billion defense budget WASHINGTON (AP) — President Carter's defense budget proposal for next year will hit a record $126 billion, but sharply cut the Navy's costly shipbuilding plans. Pentagon sources said the fiscal 1979 total approved by Carter is about $9.3 billion more than Congress authorized for the current 1978 fiscal year, but $9.4 billion below what the Ford administration had projected for the coming year. Inflation will account for much of the increase, defense sources said, but the budget will still provide for about 2 percent in what specialists call "real growth" in military assets. In line with the administration's emphasis on stren- thening U.S. conventional forces assigned to Western Europe, the new budget is said to significantly Increase funds for the Army to build war reserve stocks of weapons and ammunition and to beef up the antitank and artillery power of forces there, Carter's decision on the budget followed meetings late last week with Defense Secretary Harold Brown and officials of the White House Office of Management and Budget. The president roughly split the difference between the somewhat more than $127 billion recommended by Brown for the year and the $125 billion which OMB had sought as a ceiling. During his election campaign, Carter promised a defense spending cut of $5 billion to $7 billion. Defense officials con- . j*t \ ,„ ^^* Young stowaway trapped 2 weeks HOUSTON, Texas (AP) Trapped for two weeks in a cargo ship's hull, a young Army private from Memphis, Tenn., emerged in poor condition and was hospitalized, ship officials said. An official for Sea-Land Services Inc., owner of the ship Economy, said Randy Feathers, 17, and Randy Boutain, whose age and address were not known, stowed away in a large cargo container loaded into the hull of the ship, which sailed from Rotterdam, The Netherlands. "They were on the ship approximately two weeks," Larry Wofford, terminal manager, said Thursday. "They had climbed into an empty container and then held the door shut while it was being loaded. "When it was put below deck, the door evidently became lodged against another contain- er and they couldn't get out." Wofford said the ship is more than 900 feet long and can hold 733 containers the size of a large semi-trailer. "The container was empty and they didn't have anything to eat or drink. One of our dock supervisors heard them pounding on the door last night (Wednesday) and that's when we found them. They were in pretty poor shape." A Sea-Land employee at the City of Houston Dock 17 said the men told dock workers they had left their Army posts in West Germany "to catch a ride home for Christmas." The employee asked that his name not be used. Feathers, suffering from dehydration, was in poor condition at Ben Taub Hospital. Boutain apparently was treated at the hospital, but was not kept overnight. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR REZONING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That an application by M & M Enterprises, Inc. for a rezoning has been filed with the City Planning Commission of Hope whereby the request is made to change the zone classification of the property in Hope, Arkansas, described as: . Lots Four (4) and Five (5) in Shady Grove Addition to the City of Hope, Arkansas, Two dairies are fined, 2 officials sentenced LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Two Arkansas dairies have pleaded no contest to charges of milk price fixing and were fined a total of $525,000. Two dairy officials were sentenced to one- year in prison, with all but 60 days suspended. The maximun sentences for milk price-fixing are three years imprisonment and $100,000 fines for individuals and $1 million fines for corporations. Federal Judge Oren Harris levied the sentences after the defendants changed their pleas following an agreement with tend that, although he will propose a record high budget, Carter is meeting his commitment by slicing substantially below what Ford had publicly projected for fiscal 1979. The Navy appears to have taken the moat severe lumps. Ita plans to build new warships and support vessels were trimmed about 20 percent — from 19 to 15 ships. A Navy officlals contend that thla ultimately will mean higher costs because the ships are likely to be included In future budgets. Army and Air Force officials expressed general satisfaction with the outcome of the budget- shaping process, although the Army appeared to come out better than the Air Force. Wreckage of plane found near Spa City HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) The body of a San Jose, Costa Rica, man was found Thursday in the wreckage of a small private plane on a mountain top near here. Two Stlllwater, Okla., men located the wreckage in an air search. The two men, Hoyt Walkup and Vince Houston, both friends of the dead pilot, identified the victim as 65-year- old William C. Reichardt. The Cessna 210 Reichardt was piloting had last been seen Dec. 13 in Jacksonville, Texas, where it refueled. A search party consisting of deputies from Garland and Hot Spring Counties and members of the Civil Air Patrol uncovered the downed aircraft InJ heavy brush 12 miles southwest of Hot Springs near Arkansas- Highway 347. ?State police said Reichardt:; was apparently flying to Hot Springs to deliver the plane.'' Troopers at the scene said the^ plane appeared to have hit the', mountain about 40 feet below 3 its crest before sliding to a halt a on the mountaintop. There were no indications of V fire at the crash site. : : Federal Aviation Admlnls-! trlation investigators and state i police continued to investigate i ,4 the Incident late Thursday. Oswald and Jim Jacoby Work trumps separately the government. The defend- atns previously had pleaded Innocent to the charges, The defendants are Borden, Inc., which was fined $300,000, Dean Foods Products Co., which was fined $225,000; Eugene F. Proctor, former manager of Borden's Uttle Rock dairy and Simeon Walter Lynn of Memphis, sales manager for Dean Foods. Proctor and Lynn agreed to sentences of one year in prison with all but 60 days suspended on probation. Another defendant, Coleman Dairy, was fined $200,000. I NORTH 23 ' A 8 64 4 A 10 87 + 10 7 5 3 WEST EAST 4 10 72 * Q J93 J5 V K9832 632 t 5 KQJ92 * A 8 4 SOUTH K 5 A Q 10 8 7 K Q J 94 6 Vulnerable. Both, Dealer, South. : Wen North East Pass u Pass Pass 3» I'ass Pass 5? Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: King clubs. South 1? 2* 4N.T 6* of trump? Now a cross ruff won't work. South just doesn't have enough tricks. He can still make the slam, but a heart finesse is needed as a starter. Then he must plan to ruff his 10, eight and seven of hearts in dummy. He does this by playing cards in this order: ruff a heart, cash dummy's ace of spades, lead a spade to his king, ruff a heart, ruff a spade, ruff his last low heart, ruff a spade back to his hand, pull trumps and finally concede a club. By Oswald & James Jacoby Terence Reese says that on some hands declarer tries to make his and dummy's trumps separately by a cross ruff, If West leads the king of clubs and continues, South ruffs and can count to 12 tricks if he can make ail his and dummy's trumps separately. He prepares for the cross ruff by cashing the ace and king of spades and ace of hearts. After that he can claim since all trumps are high and no one can overruff. Suppose West opens a A Louisiana reader wants : to know if you are allowed to •; pass a forcing bid. ; : The answer is that there is - : nothing in the laws to forbid a pass any time you elect to pass. However, when you pass a forcing bid you are likely to be in trouble with your partner. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. I (Do you have a question lor- the experts? Write "Ask the Jacob/3" care ot this newspaper. The Jacobys wilt answer individual questions it stamped, self-addressed envelopes are enclosed. The most interesting questions will be used in this column and will receive copies ot JACOBY MODERN.)

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