Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1958 · Page 5
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October 29, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Royal Would Moke 'em Run That Boll Out Te^fc 'Coach Barrelf k'oyaTEnjs It'..,, i-eally Waftt to make football RioH eScillhg ahd high Scoring they ihould make eVM-yhody f-Uh that ball out of the end zoiig. ftoyal, a hitler oppohent of the hew rule that allows two points after a touchdown if the cottVer« sion is made by run of pass, would put in a rule that calls for either runnirig the kick but of the end ozhe or puhtirtg the iball on Jjtlie 5'yard llhe. Under presenl rules il IS an automatic totlchback ahd the de« fciisivc team fiels the ball oil its 20. "1 see no rcnsoh for giving n team 20 yards for nothing," Said Royal. "The tenm that is receiV- ing Ihc ball does nothing to get the pressure off. Teams and spectators are being robbed," Royal has opposed the new cort» |) Version rule since it went inlo feel Ihis year. Me says "It puts lo much pressure on the players ond coaches." Me diagrams his ne'.V proposal like this; Team A moves the bait from its 30 to its opponent's 40 ond can't move further, "Nobody is much interested when you've got the ball in your osvn end of the field, but they arc when you're within your opponents 40. Ntwi Irlcfi ft) "Team A punts into the end zone and Team B decides riot |o run it out. They get it on the 20 end Team A which moved the bull has been penalized. Now Team B can kick on first down, sending that ball back to their opponent's 40 and 'what have you ^got? They get full value for their punt, The other team didn't. It's unfair." El Dorado Plant * to Open Formally EL DORADO, Ark. CAP) — A $455,000 branch plant will be formally opened here tomorrow by Prescoltte, manufacturer of light- ins fixtures. Principal speaker at the ceremony will be Winthrop Rockefeller chairman of the Arkansas industrial Development • Commission. The new plant, designed'to servo m, the Southern and Midwestern •" states trade areas, will employ GO persons at the beginning of .. for Bodies ifl the filled Cuffibel-l&fid Mo. & coai Wine continued at afi agonisingly stow pace toddy. A great barrier of rock still entombed 72 miners lh the depths. Pi-ogrfess through the rock ahd debHS left by fhursday night'.* thunderous underground upheaval wag so slew there was no definite group §ny when the oi bodies might be Officials held no hope ,„. of the miners still missing. ALdlfiRS CAP")—FVoficy army tinils pursued local operations against the nationalist rebels in Algeria today, pounding parllcu larly hard al the Grande Kabylio Mountain area. The area 300 mile? east of Algiers is one of the major strongholds of the military «p< sislance, Bears Being Talked as the Bowl Selection BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — The sweet smell of roses wafts throughout the University of California campus. But the Bear football team wants no part of the aroma. Talk about the Rose Bowl, and you get a stock reply: "We're taking them one at n time." Maybe Ihey are,, but Ihe Bears ars in the driver's seat with a 3-0 Pacific Coast Conference record. They're favored to whip Oregon State (3-1) at Corvallis Saturday. .The PCC choice is far from decided, Stanford, sometimes, up and sometimes down, is 2-1. Washington State is 3-2, and Southern California is 2-2. Come Saturday night, after WSC plays UCLA, Southern Cal tangles with Stanford, and Oregon meats Washington (0-3), a new favorite could arise. . California hasn't been to the Hose Bo\vl since 105J. Their record, was 1-9 last year. The Bears have jelled in 1958. They lost to. College of the Pacific and Michigan State, then won straight. The difference is Joe Kapp. a master of the split T, and a hard- New Pope Is Jovial Student of History My §fAN CAttf etf VAfiC'AfJ dlf¥ fAP) - "th«« quiet after the tempest." Thus priests of Ihe archdiocese of Venice described Ahgclc, Git* seppe Cardinal Mondalli When he! became patriarch bt the danai cltj' al the head of the Adriatic . the portly new pontiff of the Roman Catholic dhurch — hehei" forth lo be known" as Pope Jphh XXill-r-is a jovial man, a student of history, and a vigorous defender of public morals, at 16 ho be* gins his reign later in life thah any pope in 228 years, tint his associates say he has a quick mind, a quick smile, good health and a determined character. "1 UMS born of poor parents," he told his new flock on his arri* val in Venice in 1953, "Providence look ntc from my native hamlet and led me to travel the roads of. the world, from east to west, putting mo In contact with most serious social and poliical problems - . . (but) don't look at your patriarch as a politician or diplomat look at him as the servant of Cod." . He often invited his priests to dine at His table. Me walked the city's twisted streets and rode the gondolas through Us canals, winning the reputation of a tireless worker. But his tolerance and good humor did no't extend to certain facets of life in the pleasure-loving HOM STAR, MOM, A R M A M S A I 60th Wedding Anniversary He closed Venice's churches to LoUrists in shorts, Saying, "Italy is not on the Equator, and oven there, by the way, lions wear their coats and crocodiles are lined with their most precious hides." He told the 1957 Venice Film Festival the movie industry inusr. not limit itself to "presenting the decadence of modern customs . . . memb«h6 6f Shovec Springs Church and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. R, P. Fullest feUf-pPlsed them with a aot luck sup- pec at the home of a daughter. Mrs. troy oreehlee, October 25, on their 60th weddlrtij anniversary. Mr. and Mfs. Pullec wece maccled at Bodeaw In 1898 where they live until 193S, moving to Shover springs their present home.. Both ace still active In community and Church affairs, and well known for their singing In the Puller family quartet. Me. Fuller Is 31 and she Is 79, * Prescott News force to be expanded to 150 or operations. Plans call for the work 180 persons within 18 months rate the glory, charging, hard-hitting line. Kapp, 6-foot-2 quarterback, was named Associated Press Back of the Week Tuesday for his role in Saturday's 23-6 upset of Oregon. He bucked a yard for one score, engineered two scoring drives, raced 92 yards for another touchdown and intercepted two passes K»pp says the'"difference between 1957 and 1958 is a year's experience under Coach Pete Elliott. He'll tell you his teammates .Moviegoers wanl 10 see niori> beautiful things."' He opposed Die moving of-Hhc gambling casino from the seaside Lido lo Ihe center of the city, cnl)' ing gambling a "grave disorder .11 itself, deplorable and lo be cot)- dcmned wherever It may be prac- tised, even if in secret " Few of the new Pope's polltic&l views arc on Ihe public record* He has spoken againsl oxtremn left-wing socialism and like Pius XII can be expected to woik un ceasinsly for peace. His motto as a cardinal was "Obedience ond peace." Bui little or nothing Is known about his views on the cold wur, the space ngc, atomic bomb3, modern science and other such subjects on which his predecessor in the Vatican often spoko. The now Pop>_ was born Nov. 23. | 1881. in the Bergamo province village of Solto 11 Monte, at the font' of the north Italian Alps 30 miles' northeast of Milan. He was one of JO children of Giovanni . (John) Battista Roncalli, n por farmer, snd Maria Anna ,Maxzolu Mcs. Hudson Has Canasta Party The home of Mrs, A. W. Hudson was the scene Cor a canasta parly on Wednesday afternoon.'Mrs. W, 'P, Cummlngs was co-hostess. The rooms were festive with a variety of autumn flowers thai included roses, .marigolds, chrysanthemums and several dried arrangements, placed at .points oC interest. The'high score-award was won .by Mrs. Clyde Marsh and the cut award by Mrs. J, -V. iForc. A dainty salad and dessert course was served. Other guests were IMrs. [Homer Ward, (Mrs. C. G. Cordon, Mrs. Imon Gee, IMrs. J. B. Westerly, Mi's. Jim Yancey, (MVs. N. N. Daniel, Mrs, T. IE. 'Lognn, IMrs. R. P. Hamby, Mrs. -Wren Scott. Mrs. Fred Powell,' Mrs. 'J. H. -Wilson, Mrs. t,. 4* WilchMI nnd Mrs. ttttr- old 'PBfkff>Mr$." <Lesf*r Steed was a Ita guest. ' KlwaHianS HfeSc talk ftttssell Mobcrg, president, presided nl the weekly mMhtii of the Klwanls Clirts held on Thursday noon at the T/tnvson Hotel with 20 inctnbphs present decree Nasssr, plant mnttagf-r of 'Mflstcrfit iMnmifnHumifi Corp . had charge of lhr> pruprnm nnd In* trodiicbd Jerome nnd 'Kilwnid Bnr- mnstei'i owners of the factory, who gave Informative inlks nftci u-hlrh they conducted n loin t>f the factory. spoke on "Svt\g and Birds oiiAfkahSftS." Mrs. UnHlUlott told of identtfealiort, migration flhd bird protection. She also" displayed chum of 'birds to illustrate his titlk. A tasteful dossorl course was served. Southern Pine Gut-den Club Meets With Miss Hudson fhe October moot inn 'if the Southern t'lm? Guidon Club was held on Thursday nflorhocti in Ihc- home oC Miss Elcnse Hudson with 'Mrs. Ned iDuncnfi assisting hostess. Dried arrangements and autumn flowers were placed nt points of Interest in Ihe rooms 'Mrs. !N, 1\. JSTelson, president, presided mid Ihc mooting was opened with the Club Collect i-o- pcittcd in Unison. iAt the conclusion of the business session, Mrs. Ulll Gordon, program chalrmnn. introduced iMrs. Joe Hamilton, who M artel Prtes Lions Club Mattel Pacr was the guest Speflk (>r nt the weekly Itmchpofi meeting of tho Lions Club held on Thursday noon ni ihe Lnwson iMolel. InltDclucrd by C, -O. Wahlr|Ulst. Mr, l^aee spoke on "HeliKldtis Ou- lies ninl Ministerial Allinnce Con volitions" of which he Is a mem* tier. The club voted to meet With the tutsstoti club on Oct. 2fl in lieu of the regular Oct. 30 meeting, Seventeen members and guests Don Mitchell nnd John iMartlndnie were present. 'Mrs. A. S. Buchanan 'attended a ilospltnl Accountant Institute held in Little lloeli hist week. IMV. and (Mrs. Charles Arnold nnd family visited 111 Hooks, Texas Suiulny (iflernooiii •Mr. mid Mrs, Cni'l iDnlrymplc spent, Ihe weekend In iLlltle Hock find were joined Iby their son, Carl Jr., V of" A stttdettt'Tw ; tfty |lg .Ji.5. rtl« ,S*I»i >ii»t£i11 SSiE/l Mr. and 1 Mrs. tJttss • Mr. ahd Mrs. Fay Livingston, <M~fs. W Bruce fcley, <toflrt nnd Mrs. Alfred fJcBtaek ftftdL.Ysm^ my, Mr, ahd iMrs. J*MtHkvH.4Ho1fl~ Jr. Mr, and (Mrs. W. •AlvPeiefSri, Mr. and Mrs. &. C. >Md8«$eF f li 'Mr. and 'Mrs, H. M. Me^enfje^flnd^ Mrs. Edward -Srysofi were 'affibtlff'« those from Preseoll who flUehtted 1 '; the JPi-escoll * Nashville foelpaliVi gnme in Nnshvlllo J'fldoy hlghL Mr. and Mfg. -J.' tt. Be«ls|iRt«;| tended rTboiU-d meeting of the" kanstis Wood iProdUcls at the : eslry Commission BUildlHg in lie 'Rock Friday, Mr. ahd J Bill Gates, Mr, and (Mrs, J*r<?«» Llgon nnd Mr, nnd (Mrs, till! B .,.. attended the Saturday meetlrig fittd 4 also attended the football name. 'Miss Win Wai'cn', I1STC student, spent the weekend wllh her parutUS* "r. find Mrs. B. A. Warren^ *<^$s • .-'. ;. .'.I.;*.'"'* * n A-2c William Colo ,,of ... Air 'Base, N.-it, has ibcen vlslling/l his parents, iMr. and Mi's, J,' Cole. ' American 755 million ycnr. housewives clothespins buy every REPEAL FULL CREW LAWS IT IS NOT RIGHT TO FORCE ANY EMPLOYER TO HIRE AND PAY MEN WHO DO NO WORK AND ARE NOT NEEDED. Extra "law" Brakemen from Van Buren to Green- -wood Junction arc paid af rate of $69.04 per FOR DOING NOTHING!;: INITIATED AdverlUemanl paid for by Anli-Foalhorboclding^Commilloe, 'Ralph Johnson, j *>;»*!«**. Thunderbird Not o allover new elegant" too! No other car brings yon such dean, fresh Thundcrbird elegance. New even to (lie Diamond Lustre Eimiuel that never needs waxing! Our 1.959 V-8's are 100% TJuuiderbiid. And big! Our new Custom 300's arc 6 inches longer , . , our new wagons over 5 inches longer, too. 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