Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 29, 1977 · Page 9
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mrsday, December 29. 1977 IIOI'K i \HK SVAH (Classified ,s .MIS('KLL,\NEOi;S ITTENnON HUNTERS & i Trappers. Buying furs at I Hwy. 29 4 Ave A, across from I Jumbo Burger. Every Sun- Sday 4:00 p.m. to 5:00. Ab- isolutely Top Prices. John |Boyd - Benton, Ar. 11-29-lmp UPPERS - HUNTERS - Top prices for your furs. Green, ' or whole - Also deer hides, be In Hope Every Wednesday 2:30 p.m. • 3:00 i.m. Burger Center. Hwy 67 L Vemon Lewis 214-822-3562. 12-6-lmp A SONY" Your SONY Jer in Hope is Collins electronic Service—1122 t .FSouth Main, Phone 777-3429. I*' Serving you for 16 years. ; 12-10-tf l^REWOOD FOR SALE: Cut to Border. Gum $20 a rick, Oak -,$25 a rick, 777-9595. 12-27-ttp 7/7-6217. | £L78-16' GUMBO Mudder tires w^J, - 6 hold. Call Tommy Mosier, £.'•!> l\ 7 /7-fiOI 1 ? 12-29-ltp '®^« HOMES tgp : —• j;lfi|pR SA LE: On 2 acres of land 4 ||||lbedroom, home with bath, llfpnatural gas and adjoining 'Hfitgrocery store building with ?!|||f equipment. 2 miles north on |§ I'JHwy. 4, Good business '•location, 777-6809. BEDROOM, HOME 3% bath, brick, large kitchen and ' den area with bar, separate /dinningroom, fireplace, j separate rec. room, large foyer, 2800 sq. ft. of heated area. 4 acres of land. 777-U161 or 777-6496 after 5:00 p.m. ', Located 5% miles on Hwy 67 west . HOUSE FOR RENT: Phone ,777-6417. : . 12-28-4tp i FOR S AI,E: 3 bedroom house, 2 bath, CH&A, carpeted, gameroom, outside storage ' building, large lot with shade trees. 505 W. Ave. D. 777-5249. 12-28-6tp - NEW HOUSE, 3 Br., 1% bath, 1 [ I 3-10 acres, half brick, all If electric, near Bois 'D Arc. K r 777-3085. I • 12-28-lmp if|DUR BEDROOM, 3 bath, llflbrick with central heat & air, •j'^fjden, h'vingroom, DR, on 1 |||acre. Rocky Mound Rd. Call KM 777-4326. ^111 12-21-12tp I||JEW HOUSE, 3 br., 1% bath, 1 |f 3-10 acres, half brick, all pM electric, near Bois 'D Aree, pi* 777-3085. JM 12-14-12tp (II . ^^ . .. . |jpB. REAL EStATE 14.5 ACRES LOCATED 3 miles south of Blevins, good well, fruit trees, 3 bedroom 1 bath Home. Priced for quick sale $8500 133 ACRES. 14 miles from Hope, nice 3 bedroom 1 bath home, 68 acres wooded. Excellent buy $66,000 with term-..12 acres of timber land 7 miles from Hope. Nice building sites. $7300 with good terms...HOUSE AND lot in town. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, large rooms, fruit trees, $13,000 For more information STROUT REALTY Ph. 3766 andhome phone 3127. 12-27-4tc No. 1-15 ACRES: 75 percent woods some ready for harvest $8500. No. 2-5 ACRES 50 percent woods with 4" drilled well $6500. No. 3-5 ACRES 50 percent woods with 24 X 24 shop bldg. with 13V4' clearance. $7500...Will sell No. 2 & No. 3 adjoined for $12,500...Will sell No. 1-W adjoined for $19,500...All acreage offered has spring fed creek never runs dry ..Will consider 25 percent down on No. 2 & 3. Call owner 356-2313, day or night. 12-29-12tc i Bf 79B. REAL ESTATE 1 ACRE with 4 bedroom home. Just remodeled livingroom, kitchen, utility. Large kitchen with built-in dishwasher, oven and counter top range. Double car garage. Call UNITED FARM AGENCY, 777-5600 nights, 777-8836 or come by 908 East 3rd St. Hope, AR. 12-29-4tc 80. MOTORCYCLES DUE TO DEVALUATION OF THE dollar prices on all 1978 Suzukis purchased after Jan. 3rd. will be increased 5 percent to 10 percent. Buy Now. I GOPHER CYCIJES, 821 W. 3rd - Hope, 777-8909. 12-29-«tc 83B. BOATS & MOTOR NEEL-CRAFT Boat Manufactoring Inc. Has moved to the Hope Proving Grounds location and invites 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. 12-24-tf 84B. DOGS COON DOG PUPPIES-One pair 10 month old Treeing Blue Tick, call 887-3959 or 8872945. 12-29-4tp CHINESE Terrier PUGS, Boston puppies. 12-29-6tp _ Country Puppy Farm, 777-2503. 12-9-lmc 85.WEARING APPAREr BIG AFTER CHRISTMAS Sale: 20 percent off. Come in and save. Open til 7:00 and Sunday afternoons, BONNIE'S Dress Shop. Bodcaw. 12-5-lmc VALUES GET STAR BILLING in the WANT ADS LEGAL NOTICE I lit u ll'tint ids NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of the City of Hope, Arkansas, pursuant to the provisions of Section 13-12 of the Code of Ordinances of the city, has approved and adopted a schedule of fees to be collected monthly from the residential or business premises within said city for the purpose of financing the cost of the collection of garbage and rubbish and other environmental health activities all as provided by Section 13-5 of the Code of Ordinances of said city, said cost to include but not be limited to the cost of additional equipment, as needed, replacement of vehicles and other capital equipment as needed, and other just expenses for the health program. A schedule of such fees has been filed as a public record in the office of the city clerk at the City Hall and is subject to the inspection of any person, firm or corporation. The schedule of said fees aforesaid will become effective and collectible on the 1st day of February, 1978. All persons, firms or corporations affected by said schedule are urged to inspect the same immediately. Any interested party or firm who feels that the schedule of fees, as applied to them, is unfair or inequitable may make their objections known to the City Board of Directors and they shall be heard prior to the effective date of said schedule. WITNESS my hand and seal as cleric of the City of Hope, Arkansas, on this 28th day of December, 1977. Leneta Hare Acting Clerk Dec. 29-1977-Jan. 5-1978 r? PEOPLE WARSAW, Poland (AIM ... Presidential adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was born in Warsaw, will meet with Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski during President Carter's visit to Poland. The Carter party will be in Poland for 35 hours before leaving for Iran on a six-nation lour. Brzezinski, national security adviser and a key architect of Carter's foreign policy, emigrated to the United States with his family in 1938 at the age of 10. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — The on-again, off-again marriage of singer Cher Bono and musician Gregg AUman is off again with the granting of a legal separation to Mrs. AUman. Under a Superior Court ruling handed down Tuesday, the 31-year-owd singer retained custody of the couple's 16- tnonth-old son, Elijah Blue. She also has custody of Chastity, her daughter by singer Sonny Bono. Altaian, leader of the Allman Brothers band, and Mrs. Allman were married June 30, 1975, in Las Vegas. Five days later, Cher filed for divorce, but that petition was dropped after a roivm-iliation. Since thru. Allmnn Filed for divorce once and Cher filed frr a separation once, but in both cases there were reconcilia- tions. CRKSTKI) BUTTF. Colo. (APi -. While her parents tnkv a nine-day, six-nation tour, Amy Carter is in Colorado for a skiing vacation. It will be her first time on the slopes. Amy, 10. arrived Wednesday at the ski resort here owned by former Army Secretary Howard "Bo" Callaway. President and Rosalynn Carter's trip began today with a visit to Poland. Crested liutte is 8,880 feet above sea l<jvi>l in the south- centra! Colorado Rockies. Altitude adjustment often is difficult for new arrivals and a spokesman said Amy probably would spend today just getting adjusted. She is scheduled to lake a ski lesson and go ice skating on Friday. She will be skiing on a beginner's slope called Peachtree with instructor Miko Wells, an expert in touching children how to ski. Mil ! V.M.1FY. r*Uf \V\ - Sen S.I Haynk.ixv.i. a Japanese-American, will travel to Japan next wrrk to push trade tx !« ( \-n California and the Orient HnyaVawa. <i Republican, an- pounced the trip to reporters Wednesday between courses of an informal lunch with Gov. Krimund G. Brown Jr. at me senator's home. Mayakawa said he plans to leave for Japan on Jan. 4 and will meet with Japan's prime minister, foreign minister and finance minister. NKW YORK i AP> - White House press secretary Jody Powell has been offered a chance to host NBC-TV's "Saturday Night Live" show, the New York Daily News says. In its Thursday's editions, the News said that I .orne Michaels, producer of the show, went to Washington to extend the invitation to Powell. So far, the News quoted Michaels as saying, Powell is "thinking it over," and has not responded to the invitation, t Ron Nessen, press aide to former President Gerald Ford, hosted the show on April 17, 197fi. If Powell appears, the News said, he would receive $3,000. PIPCO employment passes 500 mark December 26 saw the enrollment at Prescott In- dustrlRl FYoducts reach 506 employees. This figure is made up of 76 salaried with the balance of 430 being hourly personnel This is the first time since the 1970 start-up that the 500 nxark has been reached, according to B.H. Gurrett, employee relations manager. In reviewing the lnrflMr.n« nf the plant's employees, Gamtt stated that approximately 35 per cent were residents of Prescott proper. The nest largest percentage, approximately 14 per cent, was from Gitrdon and a surprising 8.5 per cent being from tiny Chidester for the third place supplier of the plant's people. Prescott Industrial Products Company, an Industrial Division Plant of Firestone Tire A Rijhhgr Ccm^an* 1 , Ss s manufactuer of original equipment radiator h«e and rallcar airbrake hose. Cattle disease requires quarantines In some parts of the Orir-nt people were occasionally martinet to trt-cs. WASHINGTON (AP) - A highly contagious skin disease of cattle caused by tiny mites has more thwi doubled so far Uils year, requiring federal and state quarantines to get It cleared up, says the Agriculture Department. For example, there were 31 outbreaks of cattle scabies reported in November against nine in the same month of last year.Through the first 11 months, 149 outbreaks were reported compared with 68 during the same period of 1976. Officials said Tuesday that the spread of the disease Is primarily due to a number of large sales of Infected cattle which then were shipped to different areas. Since the disease is transmitted easfly among cattle others have been Infected. The 31 outbreaks in November included '8 In Colorado, one in Iowa, five in Kansas, one in Minnesota, six In Nebraska, two in New Mexico, one In Oregon and two in Texas, the department's Anlmnl and Plant DRY SALT JOWEL MEAT •49V. T 1^ i fin REAL MAMA'S HOY. baby knngnroo at the Philadelphia ?.oo enjoys u built-in security blanket —• his mother's pouch. Health Inspection Service reported. Frank J. Mulhearn, administrator of the agency, said that "quarantines were placet! on all Infected an exposed cattle," until they were treated. Good Lean First Cuts PORK CHOPS good eatin'for the new year Lo'ko" and black-eyed peas I JOWEL MEAT FRYERS Fresh Dressed Grade A e LB. ••am Baby Beef Round STEAK Heavy Smoked HAM HOCKS Country Style Pure PORK SAUSAGE *1 19 Ib Fresh Cut out SPARE RIBS Baby Beef Chuck ROAST 79«, Fresh Dressed Crude A HEN'S Wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mM **^ "^^ "^~L mm mm ^ - * w *" mmi M g MEAT 55« ,„ GROUND BEEF C Lb Fresh Lean g y PUREX BLEACH GAL SIZE Trellis English PEAS 303 canl 7 oz 4/ $ l°° Kountry Kist YELLOW CREAM CORN 303cani7oz 4/*1 oo! Double Luck CUT GREEN BEANS 303 canl 7 oz 4/ $ 1°° ! Bush Fresh BLACKEYEDPEAS303canl5oz Bush ie , TURNIP GREENS 303 canl 7 oz 4/*l 001 Showboat . .*- PORK'N BEANS 303 can 14V 2 oz **/ * Texas Large BISCUITS 5 count _ 8/ $ l° 01 Blackburn Orupe JELLY Lg 3lbjar *"| 2y Super Suds WASHING POWDERS 4 oozbox 79 C Borden BUHERMILKv, gal carton 2/*l 79 ' Tender Crust , BREAD Lg. m Ib. loaf 3/ $ l l9 | Tender Crust HAMBURGER BUNS 8 ct.pkg 3/ $ l 191 Borden Poinsetta SWEET MILK gal plastic jug ^•«&&«ii^. _. Fre$h Green it A n n "vi XABBAGE " AWilY BATHROOM TISSUE 4 Roll Pkg. 12" PRODUCE lOlb Sack Good Red POTATOES «* 98 C Yellow HAPPY 1 A i ONIONS 12 PRICES GOOD THURS, FRI & SAT CLOSED MONDAY NEW UPTOWN HOP! YEAR! BARRY' Nice Size Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT 218IA8T 2NDST 5/ $ l 00 Frozen McCormick ' 6 CUT OKRA Fresh Large Head California LETTUCE 25 C

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