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STAR, JTO 11, 1958 Archie Comes Off Floor to Beat Durelle By MURRAY ROSS Associated Press Sports Writer An kin'! ';i\v ,. Quo henvyu'eighl diimpun Ignore, moic nni.i/iiiK th> M lodriy set Im ML'lii'- iiii 'In cralivo posMbilihi'- - A fieht will) Vvnn rim -I!" .in.i .'jOitSts With middlewi-iuhl SllF.hr ttn.V nnhil.S'in iind l Weight ruin n>\d P.MIc i »,, Of thp Ihree tillc ti!i<. ,i -.-iini- tiler ball pmk il.ish l)i 1 1 with 'fain flip seemed Ihe i))ost li). i ly tifter their thriller' in ihc funim Wednesday ni^ht. :0k! Man Moi-re's Irernrmlniis cdinebncl? to knock <iul Ihe (Vi-d- llp blirelle in -IP -.((..iirls of 311)1 round clipped one ni llu' exciting fights of ihc l.i'i J'cnrs, 'Moore hit (ho rlerl-v four (inn . thfoe limps in n lucly first rminil, hiid then rallied in the hi.--t six founds. He (hupped In-. uiM i'sW.inginf; young rivul four linn'.-;. Including the pu turc-pimchin" li- nnlc in (ho 11 ih "Durelle put up n cn-nl 'i(jnl hud c:in hitve {inolhei chiiin < if lie wants il." snid the' nm.nk- able 41-year-old ehitmpu n 'mm San Die 21. "Ivl like nriollier fhnnrr too al hi nvyweifihl chain pion Floyd Patterson " "Yenh. Patterson. we'd like hifn." interjected Moore's mar> nger .Jrrk (itoci Konriis. "If he cioesnt fifth! Hiai Sivnde Irtgt-hnttj .liihimssnn this summer, tnnybe he'd lilte to tnke on the >ihl man. If he's not intt'fpslcH then there' : thnt Sugar Roy Robinson, lie and Arrhie Would pnck liny Pin- rliuni ' Moon 1 was full of praise for Durpllp. a 3'j-l underdog who pul up a yrenl baltlf i ' Hurrllc is nnr of thp very top unlit heavyweights t hnve ever |loufi|)l." h(< said "1 knov I had l)im after Ihe fourth round but before that I was awfully roeky. Kverv kimckdown was clean alld lair Hrferee ,J;jrk Shnrkev. the former world heavyweight chain- pion. thouKhl otherwise. Ho ruled Ihnl Moore's trip to tne floor in tile first round wn.s from n pusll lh» Hi nnd not n punch. He'll Ket at) nrfiumenl on that one from many watchers A k-fl ; nd rifjlil to the jaw first sent the stunned ma'der to the jeanvas fur a nine count. He was I da/i'd and reeling whon the con- (Iroverfiidl secuijd knockdown oc- | purred. The 211-year-old eh.illeiitfei 1 from Raie Sle. Anne. N.B., tore after ( Moori> in an effort to pul him ' ,.wa.v for keeps. A left ynd light In the iaw sent Arc-hit; clown i agiiin for seven. Archie HO| out ol ihnt hole and several others in the lie.'*! few rounds. In the fifth the crude, SWC Meeting Expected to Be Harmonious DALLAS, tox. (AP)—A Harmon- loliS meeting wn« in prospect today as the Southwest Conference's football coaches and fthlelie directors convened for their annual winter meeting, There were reports, one from columnist Jack Gallagher of Ihe Houston Post, that some coaches would ask that newer, younger officials be assigned to next season's snmes. But if the coaches had thU in mind they were keeping it to themselves on the eve of the meeting. Conference rules forbid such discussions, however, and the meel« ing could erupt with some bitter talk. Coaches stiicl to be objecting to the work of officials this year included those from Texas. Texas A£M, Baylor and Arkansas. Coaches regularly grade the strong challenger again brought a blood-thirsty howl from the fans when he sent Mooi'o crashing to the caiivns with a thumping right to tlic jaw. This time Ihc crafty veteran had command of his senses and, after RetliiiR up al five, held on desperately as Yvon tried to put over the crusher. 10 Ibs. WHITE GOOSE FLOUR Lbs. FLOUR 45c u° s 79c 25 Lbs. 1.69 COFFEE FOLGERS and MAXWELL HOUSE Ib. 77c Xmas Trees Just Arrived-Get Yours Early XMAS CA 21 Cards fo Box Was $1.00 Now — Close Out at .... MILK CARNATION and PET 3 ^ W Large /i/gf* Cans *tHC SNOWDRIFT 3 See Os for All Your Fruit Cake Ingredients PREMIUM CHILI 3 "" 1.00 ALL FLAVORS CREAM 53c Gol. English Walnuts and Pecans Lb. FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 21c 10 Oz, Box CLOVER IEAF ROLLS 2 Poz. to PKg, 3 ' Large Pack LETTUCE Lt 12c Sweet Potatoes 3 Lt ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT —RUPY RED 'FULUOFJUJCE ,.Bqg 2 w- 2Sc MARKET PERT, WHOLI H0S PURiPORK ,:,. SYHjTi M6B)UM Hope Star Classified Ails ADS MUST II IN OFFICE DAY BEFORE PUBLICATION -» PHONE 7*3411 FOR AD TAKER BARBED—Like a flame burning behind a lireplaee grate is this pillbox of black straw atkl rod Velvet in London. Designed'* for ond-ol'-season wear with' /Urs, the ehapeau has "bars" of. black straw held by filmy Utllc; READY TO HELP—U.S. cation Commissioner Lawrence , G. -Dei-thick, above, says his; agency of the federal govern-,,, ment is ready to help In any.', way to avert future disasters ; such as the Chicago school fire 4 which took 87 lives. " i«V*s*. JN-!// -*< ;•* C*" 1 « Av.. sA^-^-- "VV s" "•''v'%', $."^'•**'•.;. "• ;!'&•*.. .|>M£.; UNSAFE SCHOOLS—Dr. ; William Carr Jr., above, executive secretary of the National/ Education Association, says there are "a large number ct unsafe schools in the nation," , He made the statement'm view of the disastrous Chicago parochial school flre which took the • lives of 87 children and three Roman Catholic nuns. tirfl^^9 f& w9f^9 ^^ ^BJ^U I The schedule o! Soiuhaf P<Sfl6dS, as printed below, has! beefi takfifl from Johtt Alden Knight's SoltUiaf Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing til gobd territory or hunting In good covef during these times, If you w'sh to ftfid the best sport that each day hat to offer. The Major Periods are shown la boldface type. These begin,at the times shown and last for arrhoUf and a half or two hours thefe* after. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Mtno'r Major Thursday 5:55 G;30 1?H5 Friday 0:55 12:40 7:25 1!10 Saturday' 7:50 1:35 8:20 2!flS Sunday 8:40 2I25 9:10 2:55 Texas Crushed by Oklahoma State Caqers By SHEt-DON SAKOWITZ Associated Press Sports Writer When asked to evaluate his team's chances for the 1958-59 college basketball season, Coach Harry Lltwack of the Temple Owls declined a prediction. "Let's wait and see," he said. Now, after Temple's fourth game, he knows this is a season of rebuilding for the Owls. Temple lost to Princeton H0-n4 Wednesday night for its third straight setback after an opening game victory over Gettysburg. The other loses came at the hands of Lehigh and seconc!- ranked Kentucky. Last season Temple won 'third place in the NCAA Tournament and ranked fifth in the linal .Associated Press poll. With Guy Rodgcrs, an All America selection, and fpur other firgj- stringers graduating, Litwack Has only two experienced returnees in "Bill (Pickles) Kennedy 'and Opine Franklin lo no 'with a sophomore-studded sciuad, which lacks height. v A 32-point harvest by Jim Brun- igan spearheaded Princeton to its success over Temple. All five' Tiger starters hit double figures while sophomore Bprnie Ivons topped the Owls with 18 points, None of the nation's top 10, teams was scheduled Wednesday Among the second 10 only Oklahoma State and St, John's (N) each tied for 20th njace, snw an tion. Both won handily, St, T ohn's outclassing Brooklyn 'College 93-68 and Oklahoma State crushing Tojt- as 66-39. St. John's clc nred its bench early as sophomore Tony Jack son and Captain Alan Seiden sparked the Hedrnen. Arlen Clark collected 30 points with Oklahom,n State cruising, to a 35-17 acivnn- oo at the half. Jn other leading games, Purdue Whipped DePaul 89-71 behind Jake Bison's 32 points, Dayton ,won ijs thjrd straight with a 54-50 conquest ,Qf Miami of Phi°4 'MfWllfiJl disposed of Virginia 63-56 jo .in Atlantic Coast Conference garrw snd Memphis State came behind to upend Alabama 59-55 ftqsketbal! Co||?ge THE ASSOCIATE? PRESS Harvard 80, Williams 70 Forclhavn Hh, Yalp ?P Colgate 67, Alfred 65 ,(pt> nova 73. Siena 47 . Cross 65, .AmhPrst 43 94,, Norwiph Gg Boston Univ 75, Rfpss fn St. Johns }; 68 75, Colby 7? penn 93, Swarthmore 75, Lehjgh 52 90, Temple § .Army 8J, Bulgers fl,Q JYjnrpland C3, Virginia SR 9.Q, Memphis S,ta> 59, YMI 84, Hampden 5yd,ney Q5 Florida 84, Rollins ,N (New Orleans! f8, Wash« CMP! 58 Payton Pi Miami <OW«.) Oklahoma state qe, T?J>§i§ 58, San 83, Steitg .Air force 73, poje Jiiips SO eye? RlfJ . ihep ypj-y ,' ' . 4oji , iPsrif, France, Tlfe JflS ' b ? t fevye hjs |ep§p a§ to spits pf " P.U th-8" ISP a fpr ,be-t(9 ¥ ^ M tof ip Wanted Ho'pe" Staf foltts 6|5eh fof boys 12 and evef, Apply at Mope ba'by sitting, staying -With sick of elderly person, eld, While woman. Phohe 7-3476. 11-Gtp Directors fetti-ial Association OAKCRESf ftWEHAL M6ME blfll PR 7-2123 20-lfn'C Services Offered LEt Ul renbViU yiiit old m«t tr*w, W« ipceiftliit In *" -' coafi MATTRESS CHOP 7i3 Wirt 4th, Phone ~ §•* Montgomery Market, CUR torn lUughtertng. We have meat tn your 'deep freete. See ua be fore buyin«, 17-fa SINGER SEWINGS MACHINE CO. Sales and Service. 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695, ' ' 5-14-tf POWER Saw 'available for removal of trefes, stumps and etc, For free estimate call 7-4052. 26-1 mo. c GIVE her a gift certificate for Christmas from Diane's Beauty Salon., Phone 7-3118. 2-tC I AM taUing orders for cakes for ' Christmas. -Also have limited amount of 2 Ib. fruit cakes. Mrs. Milion Eason. 7-4622. 4-tf Opportunities Offered SPINET 1PIANO OPPORTUNITY We -have a .lovely Spinet Piano we will, transfer to reliable local party on small monthly payments.. Write before we send (truck. BOOK-, KEEPER — JOPLIN PIANO CO., 312'MAIN, JOPLJN, MO. 8-4tc For Sale ALUMINUM scfeefis, door's, stofffl Windows, weather - stripping, ift« sulation, roofing, aWHihgs, gut' tering. ornamental failing. Free estimates. Andy AhdreWs, PhoftS 3 SMALL tracts of land hear suilable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles 6ut of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saithders of Phohe 7-4001, 19'tf '51 OL13S four door, A-l Cohditioft. New tires, radio and heater. $495 Will arrange financing. Call ?* 2487. . 2'tf GOOD Johnson grass hay deliver^ ed to your barn, fiOc per bale, anything over 5 bales. Call 7' 22G1 days or 7-22n7 nights, JUST arrived in time for Christ' mas, A load of Antiques from Chicago. Byer's Antique Shop, Palmos and Shover Spfings Road. 8-Gtc CHRISTMAS trees. Beautiful Arkansas Cedar. Nice full, class A trees. Fresh cut', no fir, 'plrte or skelton. Hundreds, to chpps.e from at Stuart's Texaco Service^ 3rd and Pine St. PR 7-99C5. ' ' 5-6tc CHOICE business locaition, -Third and Walnut. Oposite corner -of new .bank at Second and Walnijt Will consider installing nermafi- ent partition creating two'.separate store spaces. Cohtaot Talbpt Fclld Jr. ' 8-6tp GIBL'S 26" .bicyele. Good condition. Phone 7-2G37. '9-3tp 'PAPER SHE'LL pecans. 35c pound. Russell White, Spring Hill •Road. PR 7-3909. 9-3lc Lost ayiALiL b'lack' 'and >vhite female Setter, Weight 30 Ibs, .Russell Evans, 2120'Hazel St., Tcxark- tjna, Tex, on cqllar. 'Notify Herbert Arnold. PR'7-3188. Reward. 10-3tp Female Help Wanted ONE good saddle and work, horse. Gentle with children. Three big work horses. P. H. Stephens; Blevins, Ark, 10-3tp. 80 ACRES of aibove average pine Umber land with one-half minerals, good road, good homesite? Contact T. F. Grqyson, 1423 Jefferson Street, 22-9779, Texarlc{ ana, 10-6tc AVON cosmetics has immediate openings for mature women not othenyise employed to service excellent Avon territories. Can earn $2 or more per hour. Openings available in Hope. Car necessary. Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark. B-Glc WHITE and black spotted female terrier. Reward, Phone 7-4910. - - - ' 28-tf Th0 Negro Community - Cither Hleks • ~ Phone 7-4«78 or 7-4474 Thought for the ^y Our own heart, and ngj qtjior 'Tnep's opjnion 4 forms our true honor'"—" Coleridge', Calendar of Evenl;? y. Dep, ; 11 ,' , Menitbers of a}J 'cjioirs of the ojty, are psHje^ to meet at Lonoke Baptist Church .Tliuvsday, Dec. 1.1 o^ 7 p,qi; toy rehearsal for Christ- mns 'service, A,.^, Charlie English pf music committee. Be, 13 The Home pe'monstration Coun- 'ty CQUIWJJ wjl}, spoiiso}' its annual Christmas program Saturday, Dec. 13 at 'Belljel AM'P Church, gth and knui'oj 'Pt, Rey, J, S, ^toi'gflp Pflstor,' The ipj-ogrjim' wil 'begin at 10 «,m, \vijh ''Rey, A, C, Burton p? guest speaker, There will be a g{ft e^oh£|nge among persons attending- TJip public js invited, hold at Senson Nursing Ifom§ in YilJe DiS- §1 fit a p.rn, The -JSsptJst Qhurch will P? ,}n ef the service, Rey. F. R- S4''Pa§io} %( will dejiyer the sermon, Th? ftMw. i§ JnyUe^, to ' GIVE YOUR CHILD A FUTURE FOR A PRESENT. ' • ' Orders accepted now for 1959 Edition of WORLD BOOK EN- ' CYCLOPEDIA at the old prices,. A SAVING OF $20.00 over the January 1st price. GREATEST GIET.OF ALL ~^ WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA $10.00 Down — $6.00 a Month , Write or Phone Nprrn'a Jean Delaney, Representative ' ' 418 East 14th Street Phone; PRospect 7-2120 'll-6tc iFOR Christmas, give friend,?, reJi^- tives Studio Girl [Hollywood Moisture Cream for dewy, youthfuj look. Conladt consuHaAt, Jpy Meyers, Phone 7-3329, l'l-3tp For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Ser< vice. Call Day or l^jght, 7-9955,, NICELY Furnished 4 room'apart- ment. Adults only, No drinking, 801 J3ast 3rd, , < ' 3-tf UPSTAIRS apartnoent, 3 large rooms and private bath, 20? Street, 5 ROOM house. 301 Nt Ferguson Street, Call 7-3378, 3-lrqo, MODERN 4 room" house, 803 W,' Division. Strout Realty, 7'37P6, - 9-3tp h9\ise on .South Main, See iT\1r, QV OVIrs. Italia at Laha Cleaners. , _ -9'Qip 5 J^OOM 'brick house, See at JSf, Washington. 'VYrUe James, Enimot. 4' ROOM house, S3Q month paid, PR 7-22f7, • 104? IfS W* p. WANT AD RATES All Wohf A.is 5?e poyab'd !M 8d»ahc6 but -ids will b* dccep^J 8vif th* tdlefjhohe and ir.-.omodd- tton ficcouhls allowdd with thd un- k ddfsfahdifi/j the atebunt Is payable ' stof^menf Is tendered. Six 6nS Days MonfF I 50 4.50 500 606 ? 50 7 50 3 00 9 00 3 50 1650 * 4.66 15.00 456 1350 5.00 15.00 NuFhbef Of WofdS Up \6 IS 6rt$ thfce Day bdys .45 .90 16 to 50 .60. 1 5fl il »d 55 .75 i 60 26 te SO .90 I ?0 Jt ta 3S 1.05 5 10 34 tS ^0 1.56 5,46 4\ to 4S 1.35 5.70 46 to 50 1.56 3.60 CLASSIFIED DISMAY I tlm» 3 6 S6S' pof Inch 65d pet- inch 55£ per inch ftatSS qudfed abt>V6 ate (6t ton secutlVe insertions. Irregular or skip date ads wifl take the fine-day raid. All 'dally classified advertising Copy Will be accepted trnMI 5 p.m. fof publication thp following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or 'edit oil advesllsements of fefed for bubllration and to reject any bblectionabl.e advertising sub- m|tlcd. Initials of one or mere letters, groups of finure 1 ., surh as house or teleohoiie numbers count as one word. The, Hope StPt will npt he '?spon- slbld for error-; jn wanf Ads unles! errors of cn|lnd to our attention ofter F.II^ST Insertion of nd ond then for ONLY'the ONf incbrrert insertion PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Stor Star,of Hope 1099; Press 1927, Consolidated , January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. t. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Scey-Trcs, '" at The Star Building 21Z-14 South' Wa'n'ut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Woshburn, Edifor & Publisher Paul H, Janes, Managing Editor Donal Parker,. Advertising Mcjr. Gforf* W. Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Entered'as second' class matter at th« Past Office at Hope, Arkansas, Hnder. the Act of March 3, 1897. ' Mem'oer of the Audit Bureau of "' ";ClrculaHons Subscription Ratas (payable In By carrier in Hops and nelghbjnna c •;, ' towns — Ptr yetk ............................ S .30 ttt year ... .......................... 1*60 " , { By mall In Hempstoad, Novoaa, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Coun ties /— , On* month ....................... ' • B5 Thr'M months ........................ 1.85 Sl» months ........................ 3.50 On* "year .......................... 6.50 • All other m.a!l — One mofifji ............................. 1.30 Three 'months ...... ,,,.., ............. 3,va .Six , months , ....................... 7.80 One yeor ^ ............... ,". .................. 15.60 Money Collier, |»)tt!BM _ - TV99 BlUHfMt ***X Y0BI w Wtfl Jssjj &$& ai 'u? home 318 iB, Hgy'W8r§ x ?t, after 3 long Ulnesg' Wejinegd.a? alUrnopn. J?ec JO. Fimerai prj-anerr re in 'wil Barbara graters - m >ta$ toi-i'«3i' mttatojiHi m I M * «aftt?wT«8^»t- f sm *& r* n i f* ^ f not f I *rn"5. o ccteim^t nit n nli np M«t'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Slerir|< Bldg, -. Memphis 2, Tenn,; 505 T oxos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michfaan Ave., Chlcayo I, III.; 60 E. 42nd Sf., N(?sv York (7, N. Y.; 1763 Pengbscot Bldg., D t -)roit 2, Mich.; Tprnfiinal Bldg., Oklnhoma City 2, Oklo, _ Mtmber of The Awoclated Presss The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all ftye locpl hews printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Tovlor, & y?|D (JARS — BODY SHOP r^, FOREIGN CARS — " Phone 7-4082 ' J16 S. OfVllle. Taylor r ' Jordan TO BUY Pinp Pulpvyooo by Tni?H Cwt Jn W9Qd§ Qf otherwise ! HAROtP . • ''PhenePR 7-432] - ,15t|l /| liqutslana, Hope, Ark, GRILL CAFE Hof PiscMits Open 3 A, M, to 8 P, M, . *r fn \~

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