Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 17, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Pag* few Bobcats Edged ; by Texarkana Tigers There Mope's Bobcats dropped Uicir v third game of the Reason in*! nlghi '' at Texarkana to Ihe Tr-xn= llieh Tigers by a 57 to 52 erori' Tho TcJiarkana <B team downed the iRope boys 42 to 37 The Texarkana loam <s1,if;pd a ilast quarter rally for the viiMniv ; Tlio Tigers tjnl off to a 15-fl fust quarter lead and by halftime the lead had topen inrrftTifd l<> ,'l.V_'3 , OH Ittt? shootihg "f Vann and Lloyd Hope really began looping the TietS 1« the third quartet and vas leading 44 to -10 at the beci'iniiitc of thc 4th. David Watklns and .tohn- Jiy Oi'aves nearly pulled Ihc fin me .but of the fire with sonic fine Jump shots. Hut the Texans u"l hot. in the final minutes to pull olf Uip win. , In the last half Walkin<s hit 15 joints to finish the night with 2(1 nhd Graves hit 12 to wind up with Ifl, the high scorers foi the Bobcats. Texarkana's Vann tossed in ' 17 for thc Tigers, Jlopet 13 l.lovd 13 and .James 0. <• *, rOther Hope scores were Smiley 2, Thin-man 2, illatfield !i and Duke *, "S, Hope iMitortains the same lerttn r 'here Saturday night. I Tommy Jones \\ith 12 and C.il- ..V-lloun witll 7 led the local B scnr- •Sv,ors while Woods with 11 led tho '•j Texarkana boys. *'(,,' Tonight the Hope girls, outer the .' ''.Nashville tournament and will "replay Texarkana in the third game """ill 8 p.m, according to thc bracket. Sp Famous Sports Writer Dies in New York By JIM KENSIL Assoclated Press Sports Witer NEW YORK CAP)—Bill Corum, a small town boy who found fame _ . _,,. , . in New York and contentment -in .. Coach BUly Mitchells Spriinei,j b)uc f ,,,. tsf . 'Jlill cagers won 2 out of 3 games i,,,, '=','.' , last night in their own Gym from J UL ' scla> " 1>rllt ' Stamps, *«IStie iHnrvpll hit for Ifl points (o the Spring Hill Junior fii'-ls ring Hill ures Two From Stamps Capti SERIOUS MONKEY BUSINESS — The'Army's Jupiter rocket blasts off from Cnpe Canavefal, Fla. Scientists are studying telemetry data rscelved during its 15-mlnute trip from a small monkey In Its hose cone. The cone and passenger were lost In the Atlantic, but scientists believe the monkey was not harmed while in flight. NEA Telephoto a 29-26 win. Shaw nips. had 13 'Rogers of Stamps looped in 28 Louisvlllo Kv , points to pace iher senior girls in •a 50-20 victory Linda Galloway was high for Spring Hill with 23. esday nijfht at thc ago of 63. Cniicer of the lung'-, complicated by pneumonia, ended his dual career of nationally syndicated .sports columnist for thc New York | Journal American aiid president of Churchill Downs race track in t ->, Js „ Spring Illill senior boys racked Tip a 07-43 win with Terrell Townsend and James iiuckatooo got,ting 10 tiipioce and Bobby Thornp- kins 14 Rogers had 1C and Vinos 11 for Stamps. '-Officials were Bud Crawlcy and ' Delton Calhoun, prinig Hill goes to , (Blovins Friday night for three games. lli> died in Nesv York's St.LuKe's Hospital, but as always he did not miss n deadline. Flo' became critically ill over the weekend, and ironically the newspaper for which lu> worked will nut carry his obituary today. Along with eight other metropolitan:' dailies, it has suspended publication because of a deliverers' strike. Max Kr.se, sports editor of the Journal American, ."aid today, "This comes as. a great personal shock to me. There is nothing I can add to thc wonderful record he has made as a man." Sports writers and sportsmen across the nation echoed Kase's feelings. Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, the famous 84-year-old horse racing trainer, said Coriim's death was a great loss to racing. "There's nothing you can say about him real good. 3Te .was a man, a wonderful Speed, Mo., Julj; 20, ' Hi at isn't wonderful wri tor. ' ' Born al 1895, Corum began building' that reputation ill 1925 when he joined thc Journal American as a baseball writer. That was thc same year lie saw his first Kentucky Derby, and he loved and praised the classic race for 3-year-olds so much that in 1949, when Col. Matt Winn died, he was the logical choice for the presidency of the tradition-stecpc'cl race track. Corum continued in his sports writing job, but for two months eacli spring lie wont to the blue grass country to conduct the spring! meeting of which the derby is the premier attraction. William H, Vccnieman, chair man of the board of Churchill Basketball g v RSSultS Bosldn tOft, •Syrfictife 104 New Voik tin, Ciheinfiali iO(1 Hope Star Classified Adi ADS MUST II IN OFFICE DAY BEFORE PUBLICATION ~ PHONI 7*3431 >0ft AD TAKER New Yoik-Sl Louis al bctroit' iJnslon at Detroit <§t Yale ?<?, B>o\vh 73 Rutgers 84. Columbia M St. Joseph (Pai 94, EliznbtHh- towrt 69 . • 9 Maine 76, Bowdoltt fl West Virginia 98, Richmond 6? Virginia Tech 93, Furmafi 80 Memphis SI. f4. Hardlri, rnons 42 Ttilsa 71. Okla. State 5f) Chlctigo Loyola ?4. ftvakt, Portland 63, Washington Louis) 50 • ' Baylor Oft, Abilene Christian 5fi San Francisco 47, WJehll-fl, 46 Southern Calif. 76, Haw&l 66 Ounchlta 11. Harding 67 Arkansas College 83, ArkJiHSas Tech 72 Arkansas Aftttf 7(!, Ozarks ?3 High Sch°ol North Little nock 50, Shertdtm 46 Pine Bluff fi3. 151 'Dorado 58 Raney Hijih 74. Deaf School 31 Clinton fi7 Conway 3G Pryor, Okla., 56. Siloam Spring's 35 " " Greenwood 48. Pnris 44 "' poQtieen 44, Mcna 42 Green Covinty Tech 57, Stuttgart 33 WILL.BE A MERRY: FOR MANY "C TO -^iRf-fflW •/wtfh s FAMILY P,RQTECT,QR PL'AN THE FAMILY FRATIRNITY'' X*'2r^ * , r&to per thousand &s Ihp »nwynt pf p • Here 1 * i>'Wrui of proippiion Th§ Pmily $5,000 paui wwawiifltely to yo»p l^nnly.jn Up gygni el yayr fatth thw big l( pl«fi M s if death jwws «pyiane milm gQ >w§ Jram t\ pup plan is issued yourfwuily recojyps 1 J109 BAOH MONTH lei'th?" tol ee- gp s - •-••••,...• • ill H6W UTJU THlf iilM&^^^S^!i!S^: £ Archie Wins Fighter of Year Award By MURRAY ROSE ,j J NEW YORK (A-P)—Light Jie'av'y- woight champion Archie ' lidiorc, after 22 years o£ pro battlingl today won the award he prized above ail others—the Edward J. Neil Memorial plaque as Fighter of the Year. " 1 He was the unanimous pick of thc Bofing Writers Assn. Ageless Archie, who celebrated another birthday 42, <15, or 49 last Saturday, will share the honors with another old-timer, Broadcaster- writer Sam Taub, at the BWA's annual dinner early in January, Taub, a 72-year-old New -Yorker and a pioneer bofing broadcaster, was. chosen to receive the,/James J. Walker Memorial trophy "for long and meritorious service to boying," \ "This is a dream come v true," said Archie, "and makes it''a? bit,' year all around." "I'm thrilled," Taub said.' Moore fought what he himself called "IhQ most sensational fighf of my career" only last 'Wednesday night.when he rallied from the brink of defeat to knock out Canada's Yvon Durelle in thc ll!h round of a title bout. -•> It- ; waa Archie's seventh defense of the crown he w°ri six year.5 ago from Joey Maxim, His knock- rait was th? 127th of liis 205-fight career and made him the all-tim« knockout champ of onxing, His record is 175-24-6. ^ , Taub, an effervescent little fellow, writes a boxinc column 'for tho Daily Sports Bulletin. •' ' His vivid radio accounts of the Rrcat fiuhts of the 20s and 3Qs mpde him nationally known. Thc • Noil -Rlnoiif is named • in memory of the former Associated Press sports writer who was killed iiV 1938 while serving' n<: a wnr correspondent in Spain, The Wplk- cr trophv is nnmeji- for thqj late mayor of New Yorki The schedule Of SolltnaP Pfeftftds, as pt-lnted below, has been thkett from John Alden Knight's Solufl&f fables'. Plan jrotif days so thftt you Will be fishing in gdod territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you w'sh to tlnd the best sport that each day has 16 Met, The Major Periods are shown ID bold/ace type. These begin at the times shown and last lor an hour and a half or two hours there' after, The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A, M, P,,M, Minor Major Minor Major Wectnes 10:55 4! 40 11:25 5110 Thursday 11:40 5:25 . 5!50 Friday 12:05 6:10 12:25 6!35 Saturday 12:50 6:55 1:10 7!20 Sunday 1:35 7:40 1:65 8:05 Ground (Sood for Sunday's Bid Pro Game Bv MflK HAND Associated Press Spprts Writer NEW YORK fAP)— Despite Jnat nnKpud' 1 ^ enn\v 'h'nM' Hip dcnn. "frpp7f», tho Ynnkao Ktadiivm field "honld be firm'spd fnst for Sun« rlfty' 1 ! thircj "mppiin" of tho r)r»vnt land Browns and New Ynrk Giarjls — unless it storms aupin^ ("•nipt) ,Tim ],on >JoAV/»H apd hi$ "tnff foijnd the- fiold to ihpjr liking Tuesday whnn they •oepk^d updor tliR nnyer that was snrpad ov^r it Sundav. A chomicil siibstpnfl» mollarj Ihp pnrm' thnl Ml thronah- rut Sunday nl»lit niici he)ped, VhBV out the fi-orpn tvirf, ~;s> < The nlnyoW , pa.me will dejpr» mine thp Fastprn 0"onfprpn,pp rhornpJon in (he Notional FaptbRJJ (i Tho vvpnthpr ia?t \veH hurt br.th plubs.M said Ho\veU. / owpll nnllpd ,his fonrn hpok.tn rk tririav after a Jwn-day lay. nff, Thfsy hnvp sphpd^ipfi Jong ts today f>' n d ThnrsfJaV, will tappr off Friday jtnHi thp pcn^nt invfh/i H' '«* -"pton Jimmy Brown." Allhoiiffh ihoy'did f P''">* n( holding down tljp did. , ,' Red Mickey New Coach of the 49ers By HAROLD V. STREETER SAN FRANCISCO (ap) — Howard (Red) Hickcy, new head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, foresees the first National (Football League title in the club's history as not too far off—jf he can surround himself with players and assistants who have lots of desire. That's just what he is going after, said the man who has coached the backs and ends. He was elevated Tuesday to the soot vacated by Frankic Albert because boos of the fans were upsetting Albert's family. The 41-year-old former University of Arkansas slat- end, who came up through the pro ranks as player and coach, said he's determined to have players who will go all out, And his assistants must be "people who are going to want to coach football all their lives," he added. A good indication of just how much desire means lo Hickey: "I'm not much of a platoon man. Excuse me for putting it this way. but in my Ibook you're either a fisherman or a bait cutter." He's sold on his quarterbacks,' Y. A. Tittle and' John Brodie, "the, best one-two punch in football,-" Right now, ho feels the 49ers have "the nucleus to become n winner." But' he feels the club needs to draft new blood, He's willing to trade. And 49cr scouts will be at every bowl game ove>" the holidays, on the alert for potential talent. What aibout the boos which bothered Albert's family? "When I married my high school' sweetheart, she kn&w I was going to be a coach, Tf she didn't like* it, then it's to late now, I don't toll her how to run her house and f]ie doesn't tell mo-,how to coach," Wanted Star reuts open for boys 1§ S &ftd oveh Apply at Star Office, baby sitting, staying With sick or elderly person, etc. White wdmah. Phone f-34?0. li-dtp .farm equipment mechanic. Man milst be Shop Fore' man material. Good pay, good working conditions, well equipped shop, bonus plan, paid vacations, hospital insurance plan.Jn a mod' erh, growing community. A real opportunity for the right man. Write Box M. c/o Hope Star. 17-Uc Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Burial Association OAkCREST PtfNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lm-c Services Offered LET Ui renovate your old mat tress. We speelaliit in prenurl ted, inneriprin|, , COBB MATTRESS SHOP 71J Wert 4th,'Phone 7-2021 Montgomery Market, CUB torn ilaughterkig. We have meat for your deep freeze, See u« be (ore buying. 17-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. 5-14-tf POWER Saw available for removal of trees, stumps and etc. For free estimate call 7-4052. 26-1 mo. c I AM taking orders for cakes for Christmas. Also have limited amount of 2 Ib. fruit cakes. Mrs. Milton Eason, 7-4622. • 4-tf For Salt ALtfMfMUM scfeehs, ddors, stSFW Windows, weather » stfipbihl, iH' sttlattoh, toofiiig, awhlhgs, giit« tefing, ornarrtental railing, free estimates. Andy And^e^Vs ) Phone 7-Sfl«. B-tf 3 SMALL tracts of latid hea!- town suitable for chicken farms. 80 acres timber larid two miles out of Foreman. Ark. See ftalpli Saunders or Phone ?"4fj6l. 19-tf 'Si OLDS four door, A'l Coftditiah, New tires, radio and heater, |49o Will arrange financing, Call ?» 248?. 24f CHRISTMAS trees. Beautiful Ar- katisas Cedar. Nice full, class A trees. Fresh cut, no fit 1 , pine or skelton. Hundreds to choosfe from at Stuart's Texaco Service, 3rd and Pine St. PR 7-996S. GIVE YOUR CHILD A FUTURE FOR A PRESENT Orders accepted nott' for 1959 Edition of WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA at the old prices, A SAVING OF $20.00 over the January 1st price, GREATEST GIFT OF ALL — WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA $10.00 Down .— $8.00 a Month Write or Phone .Norma Jean Delaney, Representative' 418 East 14th Street Phone: PRospect 7-2126 ll-6tc MEAT display box and gas refrigerator. Phone 7-2049. 17-3tp ARTIFICIAT-, bouquets and wreaths for cemetery decorations. Canip- bell Florist. 17 : miles East oh Rosston Highway. IC-Gtc Wanted to Buy BIGHiEST prices paid for mink and coon -hides. After 7 p.m. call Bob Rateliff, 500 S. Hamilton. '7-2782, , • 15-Otc Female Help Wanted 1959 can be a year of profit for you. Valuable territories for Avon Cosmetics now open in this area. Avon customers waiting for service, Representatives needed 'for Fulton, McNab and McCaskJU and vicinities. Car necessary. Wri'e 'Avon,- Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark, Give 'direction to your home. 4' .15 Rtc Fights Lost Niqht By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lubbock, Tex. — L. C. Morgan, 139, Phoenix, stopped Bonnie Montoya, 142, AlburiuorqiiB, 3, Fresno, Calif. — Bobo Olson, 175, San Francisco, stopped Tommy Villa, 172, San Jose, 5, Oakland, Calif, — Johnny Goiv slaves, ISP'/a, Oakland, outpointed Paul Armsiead, 134!'., J.oi les, 110. Mole Help Wanted !MAN to do light assembly work. Retired person preferred. Write Box G, c/o Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 12-Btc Executive type salesman needed, Our firm, a fast growing company, needs executive type salesman well established in Hope 'area. Sales background preferred but not necessary. Position open January 1, 1959, $125 iper week to start plus bonus ( if you can qualify, Every representative has opportunity to ibecomo ,part owner of Company, P.lease do not apply unless you dc- sjre" a career opportunity. Write 'President, P, O, Box 707, Little ack., Ark, or Phone FRanklin Q-1939. , ie-3te Business Opportunities The .Ke0rp Commiftifty or Vie refjectipiis oi) g, day \vfil} spent furnish vis with joys rnore pleasing than "ten thousand i' urnpj;s - ; 17 Yprger B^nd'lVJothpr's Clvib ff\l\ hold, it? regular meeting in the 'Pfind Building pn \VpdJipsday, Pee, 47, B t 7;,ao'p.«}, . meinbers of"e|}) phoirs pf the pity are asked \9 me«H at Ponoke hurcS;, Thui's^^y, Pec, }g p,,m. for th e purpose J of ro"s5iff fQ^' ^ Sjervjpe tp be J^eld, at 1J a. at Harris playing patrons Vs.. •AU to •ai will) Jq$ar» t gijl? 4 S'fi-.'AB Be your own boss, Dial-A-Pack will establish route in this area for reliablo' o'peratoj- 'to service and collect from new type cigarette dispenser, .Excellent income possible for part lime, ?600 to $1975 invest- ment'' r'equired. If qualified write ipial-A-Pack for local interview, f p ; O. Box 1052, Oklahoma City, ' 17-Up The better informed student of today is the successful Business or profesional leader of tomorrow. Here is the modern way, To answer your childs questions To make school work easier To make better grades To develop leadership Tho completely up to-dale WORLD BOOK EflSTCYOLOPiE'DIA Buy now and save $20.00 over January 1st prices. Call or write Representative M'RS. J. M. JOHNSON , , Emmet — 'Phone Tuxedo 7-3058 17-3tp VERY Ornate antique 'bed ,and dresser. Marltale top dresser, iMVs. Ched Hall. 'Phone 7-2267, 17-3tc CHRISTMAS Trees, 'Fresh cut Cedars' and TTirs. Good, shapes, $1 and uip. C. B. iRuss&ll and Son, 901 W. 3rd. PR 7-9933. J7-4tc 'ALMOST new John Deere. M-T Tractor, 1951 model. See W, D. Hulsey, Washington, Ark. 17-3tp AIjM'OST new Roper igas range, dining set and other furniture. Own price, See W, D, Hulsey, Washington, 'Ark, 17-3tp US'ED Power Saws to got 'em out of the way, Brands siich as Homelight and iMcCollough tak- un in on new (Poulan as low as $40 each. See W. D, Hulsey, Washington, 'Ark, - 17-3tp For Rent LOCAL trailers, Byers Gulf Service, Call Day or Night 7-9955, 8-Jnt)oe WANT AD RATE'S A All Wonf Ads Dfe f>oyab'S \n advohie but ods will be- detected 6*ef th^ telephone and dc'-omoda- Jlort dctdUhfs allowed with the Ur\- ir\dif\^ ttnfe occbunt Is fcldyoble ifofernefit is rendered. Nufnbef Sf Wofcte Uf> f6 15 16 to 20 it W 25 2i 46 30 31 ta 3S 3(5 td 4d 41 \6 4$ 46 M SO bay .45 .60. ',§0 105 1 JO 1.55 i.so three bay? 90 t.?0 I 50 1.PO Sid 240 270 500 Si* Days 1.50 2.00 7 50 300 3.50 4.00 4.50 500 Orie Monfft 4.50 60(5 750 900 10.50 t?6Q 13 SV 150V CLASSIPIED DISPLAY ) tlrtie 3 tifrtes 6 times EOe fcf inch 85c pef iHrh 55fi per inch' Rates qufited above ate for con Seeuiive' IfiSei'tlons. !fr8guldf of skio date ads will take the one-day fate. All ddlly classified advertising; copy Will be accented until 5 p.m, for publicdtlort the follbwlng ddy, the publisher fiifctves the fight to revise or odil all odvcsfkcments of<y> fefed fori publicdtion artd to relect"" any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of otto of mere letters, groups of fi'aurfs, .such as house ! of telephone 'number-; count a 1 ; onp word, The Hope Star will not bo responsible for.,errors jn Want Ads unless errors a'p called to our attention •aftef-FlRSt Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published cvcrv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C, E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Seey-Tro*. at .The•'•Star Building 212-14 South Wdlnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Doha! Parker, Advertising Mgr, • George W. Hosmor, Mech, Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of thc Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription fcorss (payable In advance) ^ By earlier In Hope and nelghb-jrlno" towns — Per week S ,30 Per year • IS 60 By mall in Hempstead, Nevodo, LoFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month , $ •" Three months 1-85 Six months 3,50 One year 6.50 All other mall — One month 1.30^ Three months , , ,. 3,°6\! Six months 7.80 One year 15,60 Hat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Bldg, Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bank Bldg,, Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave,, Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St,, New York '17, N Y.; 1763 Penobscor Blag., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg,, Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Associated Press: ( The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches, UPSTAIRS apartment, 3 , large rooms and private bath. 203 Hjghj Street. ' IS-tf I 5 ROOM house, 301 N,' Ferguson Street, Call 7-^3578, , 17-^mo LAY-AWAY YOUR TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS NOty '— Hope's Best Selection of r , - Christmas Toys at WESTERN AUTO c 113 9, Main PR 7-4447 Paptist wi}! be guest spanker. ACt- pr servipes, refreshments wiH toe served in the (basement of 'tlio i, The public is invited, P<?5, 21 A spgcjaj sery)ee will be held at Benson jjurs^ng Pome in Nash, yjUe Peg, ?} ei 3 Bj ,Tn, The Garrett Paptjst Church nyjj} be in of the'service, Roy, F. R. ..,„—s, ipsito'r, \yill deliver the sermon. Th? pub!}? is invited $o The Jnterdenprpinal Ministerial AUjpnpp wilj ,s,j?pnsor the A"»upl yraon Christmas service (Deo, ?5, at H 'k-ni. 'At 'Lonoke Paiptist Rev, J. if!. £opy, pastor, ^aj'Jis pngjish.; fa JfieHsj sermoi). 4 - S. Uof&tfl, pastor o| &W$V, ^JVejuinJe, pidej' 0. eniyj,' pastor of ghurgh of in Christ. Roy, J, £> Caby, i' RfY. p. N. Qlover, SB'PT ^ ' r w wv^w piyv-tr , j""»rr ""n*-* ,f &, i A yfov^-^f v" 1 ^-;™!™ ^'W' 0 ^-^CW^W48»'%fe t i<*M* -jmm^^mm 4 ROOM house, • $30 month With bills paid. PE 72247, • '10-tf CHOICE; business location, TWr4 and Walnut, Oposite corner of nevs' bank at Second and Walnut' Will consider -installing permap« ent 'partition creating two sopajv qto store spaces. Contact Talbot Jr. , 3-<Hp Notice WS PfJJ > W» P P A, Pr BeJeney, MQYWfit ton*.Rlitanst. lect PS?. Ff?i Kittnatfi, bovtr. Sites, - ' Ji< ~' ^:'- v y*8i -r W1U Tj*y.tJ ' Wrjte , and Ires eit Bralbsrs • Sajf 4 WP Buy a WfMHii if my USID CARS Jordan BOPY SHOP CARS « Phone 7r4022 John Bill pine CM! Jn TO PUY, by Try$k pr ~" HINDRIX MATOISSIS Oni ottrt n C«

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