Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 26, 1958 · Page 4
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H8M STAR beeetaitor 58, It 88 I Giant Theme Is 'Stop Unites' Sunday p. m. r , *„ By JOE • AsSbtiated Pr-es Sr>°r>ts Writer NEW YORK (AP) — "Slop Uhilaii" was the New S'oik Giants Watchword loday as they prepared lor their final Innp, workout for the National League Football championship game agnlnsl the Baltimore Colts Sunday. The scrimmage was designed lot set Up what Coach Jim I ee Howell hopes Will be an impregnable ' defense against the passing nf ih? Coils' star quarterback, Johnny UniUs. That meant defensive coach Tom Landry's famous foursome— pass defenders Jim Patton. Cliff Livingston, Lllulon Crow pnd Em- Ten Tunnell—were In for some extra heavy work trying to knock down the heaves of Chuck Conerly, Don Meinrich and Joe Kemp. It is no secret (hat along with the Colts' massive forward wall, . the Giants fear Unitas the most. They have not forgnlten thtir 24-21 victory over Baltimore was •achieved with Uniias on the sidelines, nursing a couple of cracked ribs. They arc fully aware that Uhilas has thrown at least one touchdown pass in his last 25 games, a league record. The Giants are rightfully proud of -the fact they did not permit the Cleveland Browns to throw n single touchdown pass, either In the. final game ol the regular season or in the playoff. Tho Giants • won both by scores of 13-10 and ' 'lOrO. 'In the 'first game Jimmy Br.O,Wn scored on a OS-yard run. 'Despite the heavy concentration on Unitas, Hosvell isn't underestimating Alnn Ameche and Lenny - !Moore, whom ho regards 'as two of Ihe besl running backs in the league. ShHne Gome May Be on We* Field NON-DANGEROUS CURVE—A quarter-mile oC continuous railroad rail rides on 34 'flat cars, so flexible that it follows curves as the train domes off a sldiiig. The rails were welded by the new NCG continuous rail-welding system. Standard 39- foot length rails are fed into oho end of a traveling welding car and emerge at the other end as continuous ribbons of steel on the flat-car train. Sponsors of the new system say welded rails will save millions of dollars in track installation and maintenance costs and in reduction of damage to rolling stock and freight caused by the "rock-and-roll" ag car wheels click over the gaps between old-fashioned bolted rail joints. SAft FRANdfSCO. Calif. rAP>— Despite prospects of a Wei field, look for a passing vs. HJwiing bal- lie wheft Easl meets WeSi ill the Shrine's 34th annual charity c^- ?ic tomorrow. East Coach puffy Daiightdfly announced his lineups today, and clearly the emphasis is on ah feast running game. > The offensive backfiefd consists of Bob Ptacek of Michigan al 'luarlerback. Ohio Slate's t)0n Clark at the running halfback spot, Dick Haley of Pittsburgh *r iMrh Lorino of Auburn, at right half, and Nick Plelrosattte of Notro Darnp at fullback, Up front offensively, the Easterners, C 1—2 point favorites, W.-ill have .Terry Wilson, Aubiii-h, ^"artd Torn FianckhaiiFer. t'urdue, ehdsi Fran O'Brien, Michigan Stale, and Bob Novogralz, Army, tacklesj Dan Fronk, Ohio State, aiid; Al Ecuyer. Notre Dame, guards,'' aftd Bernie Svendsen. Minnesotn, Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST Bl IN OPflCI BAY IKOR6 PUBLICATION —' PHQNt 7«3431 WK AD TAKIR Basketball f- «,?•; Gator Bowl 1 Game to Be r Saturday p.m. '{-,.„: ' . By TED SMITS ' Associated Press Sports Editor JACKSONVILLE, Fla. CAP) — Mississippi and Florida — two football teams that gave national 'champion Louisiana Slate fierce competition —• meet in the 14th annual Gator Bowl game Saturday (1 p.m.) , Gator Bowl selectors couldn't Set the national champions for (heir postseason game but they , feel they got the two best mached ,-,' available earns. Odds on the mnior bowl games hear them out, Mississippi, ranked llth in the nation in the final • Associated Pro's noil, is six points •.'favorite over Florida, ranked 14th. All th^ favorites in the Now Year's Day bowls—Texas Christian over Air Force, Louisiana Stale over Clemson, Oklahoma over Syracuse and Iowa over California — are wider choices, Mississippi, returning only iwo regulars from its Sugar Bowl championship tenm of n year as^. won 8 gnmes, lost 2 in the 105« season. 1 , Florida had a soason./ocord of "" ( '(j victories, 3 lose," a'jid 1 U',\ 4., This is Mississinpi's , seventh vbowl game hut,first tjmo in the — Cintnr Bowl. The labels Jujvo won , ,jn the Suear, Cotlon and Delia •"bowls: lost twice in the Sugar and , .Qiicc in the Orange bowls for a , 3,-3 bowl standing, Florida's only previous bowl was in tjie Gutor Bowl and jGplors won it over Tvjlsa. One Way to Beat British Boxing Day By HAL COOPER give: Tnc postman 1C shillings. The newsboy 5 shillings Your ings. Your window cleaner 10, shill- neishborhood handyman who mows the lawn 10 shillings. The laundry staff IP shillings. The butcher boy 5 shillings. Night falls. The two small children are asleep, The doorbell rings. The two small children are LONDON (AP) — The annual war of nerves with the British instantly awake and wailing, dustmen, postmen and holiday Thcro also is walljn * nl carolers has been fought and as usual ,lost. t .. ; New straleay is needed, Tho way to beat the Boxing Duy and carolim; racket is to spend the Christmas and New Year holidays somewhpre else. Next year, Tierra del Fuergo, here v.'c;comc. In Britain the day after Christmas is known .-is Boxing Day. This is thp day when the people who servo vou Ihroughour the year— Mich as vour no\\sliov —> como around with a box. Only now they don'l wait until Ihe day after, Ihcv come the day before Christmas, You are expected to put money in the box. Tho BorouPh Council, which St f >« stv hires tho dustmen (or earbag'e collectors), frowns on this practice. Nevertheless on Dec. 24 Ihe doorbell always rlnss and there stands tho hr ad dual man, He has a clipboard holding n list of the addresses nt which ho and hif crew pick up garbage. His pencil is poised expectantly ove>' yours. f \ born coward, you have vision' of overflowing, odorous garbage cans thromrhout 1E>59. You SSW' jljim 10 shillings (§1.40), 1 As the day proceeds you also door. This comes from a group of children, a<zed 9 to H, singinp 'Nno),,NoQl." You fork over- half a crown (Sli cents). Seconds later -vou realize this is madness, but it's loo lal« now, Word spreads through Hip neighborhood. When 'the bell .rings for the fifth time- you leap out of your chair as though harpooned from the rear. "Don'l you dare strike tho.op poor children!" warns your wife. ''I'm not going to strike thp bloody , carolers,' YOU reply, "Tni aoin? to dismantle the bleed- \flti doorbell!" This is rtone, Briefly, there ip peace. Then the living-room door ppens and in comes your oldest son, ag'ed 2'i- The time is 0:4? p.m. "Goon mornin's " ho says. "Is it Christmas yet?" Porkers, SMU Open Play in SWC Tourney By DON WEISS Associated • Press Sports "Writer 'Kansas State, a learn wilh a lot of making up to do oji ,tho louriia- merit level, gets Its chance tonight as 'college. . basketball resuraes wilh n vengeance from its Christmas lull. The Wildcats, who turned woeful in tho 'NCAA championship finals last March, meet Missouri in the Big . Eight .Conference's Holiday Tourney, one of four major lournamenls, This is the second wave of bgs- kelbalPs holiday hi-jinks, touching olf a spree of festive competUifin that continues almost without'ljijj- tcrruplion hrough he first *&;<?ck of January. " " j The ECAC Holiday Fesiva'l "at New York's Madison Square. Garden opened with an afterrion doublcheader matching Cornel] (4-1) with Utah f4-3) and'. Si., Joseph's of Philadelphia (6-l),^the Invorite, against Syracuse (if-2>. Tonight a pair of unbeatens, Dayton C6-0) and Niagara (5-0), have a sho'wdown followed by Holy Cross (3-1) against St, Joseph's nf New York (5-1). First round play in the Southwest Conference Tournev had fav ored Texas Christian 15-1) against Baylor (4-3) and, SMI' (5-2) against Arkansas',,(2-3) in,,, afternoon • Rames, and.n njght., double hpader ma'tchins Rjce 4-3 with Texas <2-4) and Texas Tech (4-2" wilh Tpvag (/5-1). THE CONSTANT r VICTIM v CRAWFORPSV1LLE. IneJ. AllPn Prcscott decided it -\yas safer io be n spoetalqr after he suffered a broken right leg last year in a hasPball game. So the IGryear-old youth was understandably dis- when he went to. watch a , Tlie oldest of all the Christmas tournaments.' the 'All-Colleee a : Oklahoma Citv, had an afternon schedule of Wichita' (4-3) vs Bowl Jn,g Green (2-20 • and -Tulsa (4-3) vs Duqucsne (2-4) ,aqd a night nro trrani of favored X'avier of Ohio (S-l) v,s Orpwon (4-J) and Okla homa City (5-1) vs San Francisco (2-S), Just to keep everyone happy two more major and numerous smaller tournaments begin Satin 1 day, Oregon Slate is the favorite in the Far West Classic at Cor vallis. Ore,, which also IncludcB Air Force, Iowa ai)d-, Wyoming Briaham Youne, only- team to i:eat Kansas State this -season, js favored ovej- Dartnioulh, Seton H^ll and Canisju's in the jQuee City Tournament in' Puffaln, N,Y — also beplinning,- Saturday, The Bj? J^isht at 'Kaflsa? cil; soreads Us first round oypV, two clays. Oklahoma meets' 1 " Jowa Slqte in tho other gamp tonight, , rlav Kansas faces Colorado football game and the same leg was-Nebraska mets Oklahoma Slptp. brolten by a player careening outi In case the four, big tour of bounds. aren't enough, there's the ON THE OFFENSE,.. FOR THE DEFENSE.., National gy fHE Thursday fioslon 129, New York 120 St. Louis 100, Cihcilihall 02 Detroit 98, Minneapolis 97 (Of) Friday Games Mew York-Philadelphia at Hoi-' hey. Pa. Boston-Minneapolis at Detroil Cincinnati al Del roll Saturday (Safnss SI. Louis at Philadelphia New York al Syracuse Boston at Minneapolis ^J &^^^9 ^^F ^^^^P^^F I SMU Favored Over Porks by Six Points HOUSTON, Tux. (AP) — Texas Christian, wilh an all-senior sUii'U ng lineup, was a strong favorite odny as the Horned Frogs met Baylor in the opening round- of ho eighth annual Southwest Con- erence basketball tournament. The defending champion Frogs, vilh a 5-1 season record, were i3- 3oinl favorites over a Baylor squad thai had broken even in.six nines. The second afternoon game , (4 j.m. cst) matched last year's coti- erence co-champions, Southern Methodisl and Arkansas. Night J jairings placed Rice against Texas and Texas A&M against Texas Tech. SMU was a six-point favorite over Arkansas, and Rice 'was a 10-point favorite nyer Texas. Tech, .vith a 5-2 record,' was a 12-point lavorite over pn Aggie team that began the tournament with a 5-1 record, tho best in Aggielanrl since 1921. TCU won the lournamont a year ago by defeating Rice, 57-55, on a field goal wilh 20 seconds to play by H. E, Kirchner, 6-foot-10 center from Houston. Also returning this year wilh Kirchner was Ronnie Stevenson, the Frog forward who was voted the oulslanding player in lasl year's tournament, Stevenson also won individual snoring honors for the 1957-58 conference season with 28 points in 28 games, Tomorrow niaht's semifinals will plpre the TCU — Baylor winner ggainst tho SMTJ-—Arkansas ,winner and the Biffl—Texas vjctor .against the A&M—Tech winner. The teams will tak*; a rest on Sunday, with" the cjinmnionship (finals scheduled for 9;30 .p. m. Monday. The oddsmakers save Tech tho besl chance of upsettinf favored TCU for the tournament title, wi'h the Red Rnidnrs holding a nan'ffv edge over SMU and A&M. A year a«o Tech mf"le its debut as a member of Hie pnnthwpst Conference bv unsetlinp SMU, 7270, in the tournament's opening round, The Raiders then lost a 716,9 semifinal thi-Jljor tn TCU. Two Raiders who made -the 1957 all- tournament team WPI-P back today. They were lypon Hill, who has scored 1JO noints in ^six gamps, and Gerald Myers, who' has scored 84, ,The fourth 1057 alWournament star back in artjon w/is Tommy Robjtaille, Die (i<fooi 9 Rjcc center w)?o currently is the conference's lojidjng seoroi\ with 156 points ill games. the Schedule of Soltlndf Peribds, 88 printed beioW, has! beeh takert ff&fn John Alden Knight's Soluhaf Tables, Plan youf duys SO that yoll Will be fishing 1ft good territory of hunting in godd eove? during these times, ti ybu w^sh to find the best spbft that each day has to offer, The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hoUf and a half or two hours thereafter, The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of Somewhat shorter duration. A. M. . P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Friday 5; 40 11:50' Saturday 6:30 12:15 Sunday 7:20 1105 GiOS G:5S 12140 7:45 1:36 The Negro Community Either Hlcki Phona 7-467B or 7-4474 Union Service W e ll Attended" Approximately two hundred (200) people attended the 'Union Christ mas Service which :was held al iLonokc, Baptist Church Thursday morning, December 25. Rev. J. S. 'Morgan'-, Pastor of Bethel A, M. !E. Church, preached a dynamic sermon from the subject, "Make Room For Jesus" •Music was -beautifully renderec by choirs of the city, and the Chil dren's Choir of Lonoke. This service iwas sponsored bj the Interdcnominaldonal Minlsterla •Alliance, Rev. James E. Coby President and Pastor of Lonoke. For Sola ALUMINUM scfeefts, AdoH, sierra lHdoWS, weather > stripping .in"' stiiatioii, roofing, awmftgs, iut« taring, offiafhefclal failing, FfgS estimates. Andy Andrews, 3 SMALL tracts of land hear town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark, See Ralph Saiirtders or Phone ?400i, WANT AD RAYE« (i in ' All todnf Ads a?e itoyab'a advance buf ads *ill be 4ee6MW 6v6f fhg telgphoM ohd irtpfnodd-' t!6H adcouhts dllowod WilH thS UR^ tterst6fidin3 thd account is pdyabl* whefl Siatsfnont Is rehdiirgd. Nufhbef 5f Word* Up to IS 16 to 26 2t td 55 J4 la 30 £>n6 .60. SI OLtis four door. A«i Condltien, New tires, radio and heater. $49S Will arrange financing, Call 7= 248?. 2'tf For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service, Call Day or Night, 7'995S, 8-lmoc Jt id 35 1.05 ' 1.20 1.35 I.SO 36 M 40 41 te 45 44 td SO thfed D /o ys 1.28 1 50 2.'10 2 40 300 t SI* Ddys 1.50 2.00 150 3.0(5 3.5(5 4.00 456 5.00 6hi 4.50 £.00 ISO 9.BO la'.O?' 1150 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 3 tlm« 6 times 5 ROOM house. 301 N. Ferguson Street. Call 7-3578. 174nio. ROOM house. $30 month with bills paid. PR 7-2247. 10-tf 5 ROOM' house completely re-decorated. Close In. Call/ 7-3207; i , . 24-3tc Notice WE Buy • We Sell • W« REAL ESTATE R. D. f'RAimLIN COMPANY A. P. Deloney, If auger,, Howard Collier, Salefmaa . . - , IMI MOVINGT Long Distance Call Collect Ma. Free Eittmetea, bower Ratei. Have Van* -- Will Travel PRESCOTT STORAGE CO. PRESCOTT. ARKAJflAf 1MI Coming And Going •Mr. and' Mrs. Clyde Coble and BARHAM Brothers House Movers, Insured arid • free estimate, Write Barham Brothers' Gale Arkansas. " ' '"2U Mo W,E Buy and sell Antique Furniture Guy Coble of 'Washington, 03. C., are holiday guests of Mrs. Coble's mother 'and sister, Mrs. Jodie Goff «nd Miss 'Ruby Goff of "Me- Caskill, Ark, College Students Home For Holidays From Philander Smith, (Little IRock, iArk.: 'Misses Francis Douglas, Viola Sampson, and Ozaree ILowe; Willie Hamilton, Jerry Easter, Lee Coy Maxwell, Freddie Smith and his guest, A. Berko of Ghana, West Africa. | Fa-om A, M. & N,, Pine Bluff; Miss Dorothy Joe AVitherspoon, Jackie 'Tyus, Horace Ferguson, Robert Tyus, Solomon Williamson, and .Glen Edwards, .From General Hospital School of Nursing and Missouri, 'M'iss JoAnna Lowe, University of Kansas', Kansas City, •Also homo for holidays are Misses iLouise Graham, Secretary >lo Presidenl <M. (Lafayette Harris, iPjiidunder ISmith College, and Barbara Graham, a student at Philander, and Miss Bettye Sue Graham, an Instructor in the Middle River Community School, Middle River, Minnesota, blt Passer ll Bfe i (hp CAP). -^ rmed p»Sser far js syr£ he'll aerials pij tar t ?r!'toj' tho hjg battle jfigflj'jist, tjir NPW YorH Gjanis ^undav. Ope thins was evident in Christ^ PRY drUis? Units^ Pf^s .wore to lioljcl^y W-jinHs. star cjiw^rburk who has on better iJjan 5Q per o£ his wassp/i dmJnsj jhp sep,* §pn wgs pftcn htit'ng 1 the, divt or fiJJnp tte l? ft l] Jil$e 9 la^HHe yft the reeejvpr, • Poaeh, Wepb iFwbairt \vas a bit 's'urb^d but Unit|is af?ured him, ! l Qp!i.'t svoccy eosft). ¥11 be. all ' •Mrs, Ruth Andrews and daughter Mary, Mrs! Jimmio Marie Brown apd daughter Lillian, and (Mrs, 'Mary Lee iHegwond of Gary, 'Indian's are guests of "their parents, (Mr. ao d (Mrs. Jim Jones. and bric-a-brac. BYERS QU'E SHOP, Patmos -. Shover Springs Road, Phone 7-2057. , 14-1-mo" c Lost BOXER-GREYHOUND dog. Black with white trim. Silver' chain a round neck, 'Answers to name 01 "Nig," If foiuid contact Clarence Pepper, <Rt, 2 Hope, ArkansT '24-3tp PAIR of eye glasses,'Brown frame with yellow gold trim,'Name'in the case.-May .Ellen Washington If found notify.Fannie Washing ton, Hope, Ark",, Tit, 1. . 26-'lti Funeral Directors Ambulance Service' ' . Burial Association- OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME ' * ' Dial PR '7-2123 ', " , . ' '20-lm-i Services Offtrtd LET ui renovate y»ur old »•»• tress. We specialize In »ed'Innersirtng, ' '•' r -,,'•,' COBB MATTRESS iHOP. — 65c pet Inch 5Se pet tfieH w^* H"-"' —•- °*? ' Of C 9 tt SecUtlve Ihse^lOAS. \ttegu\at of skit dote dds will take the one-day fats. , All daily classified adverting cflpy Will be dccebted Uhtll 5 'p.m. fof publication the following day. ft The publlshef wscfves the right toll ftvlse or edit all advfcstlsements of . fered for publication and to fejdct any Objectionable advertising sub- fnltted. . .. Initials of one of mere letters, groups of figures, sUch as house 6r telephone numbers count as one word, The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors afe called to our pttentlort after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE:' PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star ol Hope 18»»; trest 1MT CoBfolldoted January 18, 192* Published cvcrv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mn, C. E. Palmer, President ' Alti. H. Woshburn, Scey-Trei, at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas V:» Alt». H. Washburn, Editor t Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Danal Parker, "Advertising Mgr. 6«ar«a W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. • Intcrcd at second class matter at tht Past Oftlce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 11*7. Member of the Audit Bureau of . Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In ' adyan:'j) By carrier" In Hope and neighboring towns — Per week ................... ,' ........... ? .30 'Per year ............... ,..., ............. »»•• By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Coun- Mics -- ' , i , On* month ...'. ....................... *'.'!? Three month! ........................ >-•» Sli months ........... , ............... 3.50 •no year . ............................... ,••»«» ,' All .other moll — •' ' '•' ' One 'month .................. v Three months Sic months .................... , One- year .;.....„ 3,»O JO Net'l Advertlrtne «epresentotlv«»: Arkansas Dallies,' ll*e,, 1602 Sterlrk Bldg, Memphis 2, Te«»n.; 505', Texas Bonk'Bldg., Dallas 1, »exas; 360 N. Michigan Ave,, Chicago I,. I II.; 60 E, 42nd St., New York' I'/, N. Y.( 1763 , penobscor* Bldg., • Detroit 2, Mich;; Terminal Bldg'., Oklahoma City 2, / 1) - RALPH Montgomery Market, cut- 1 torn ilsughterinav We biro mcBt for your deep freexe, flee ' tor* buyibg, -- •*:' r -rf-: SINGER SEWING MA-CHIJOS CO, Sale? and Service, 1 5J8. East 8rd, ' L, E, Booth, Veterans of World War I, Hempstead ^Barracks' 558-Colored, will meet Sunday,. Doc, 28, at the Conv munity Center at 1;30 p, m. .All ^ members .urged to be Present by P Q WE , R Sav/ available for removal Lee Tyus, ComPiander and ,W. S, of treegi s t umps an ,j t e t 0t Williamson, adjutant, - free estimate call • 7-I052,-', Member of -The- Awnclatetf Pretes Tha Associated Press Is entitled exclusively -to Jhe .use for repgbllcatlon of "all the Ipcal news printed In th,|s t ; rujwspoper, as. well .as' all AP ' Families of Hold Christmas ROGPR^ BJTY -Chriftnia? for the families pf J7)en" jost with' the Grant L freighter Car] 'P, Bradley -was (is *is fi'ieiKls could mal^e }t, ' ROACH - HUGHES INSURANCE eFlre" • Life * GQOP bargains,, Buy, sell, furnitw.re at jny. shop, Paul Putney .Arl«nnpas, ' ,' star reute open-lQr boy« .'18 year? and gyer, Appiy at -H9R? Star Q«iee, , . ; ; C • Fin? Fjifpwpse.by Truc Le*i Wqnted to Buy Qr-P. one \vhei) apart in stflrm Jast were left the youpsstfi)-S probably 9 bisgej« ehristmfls thjiq they " ypm-.flw« -hwa. l est^Hsji rs«'g foy reliatoj? op^tsr t? In tjiejr Jiyes. n child was fen-gotten. wonderful of a fliS|i?,ter IHD.O for- ilje write Bl»%|«li' (OT ' ' ,» Jw of jpl9iixin§. \f ap^e in py —•"-- '*•«— !i ^ig-,',.;^»an > «^;.y>,•w-wn^'- sH-j^uiMj. sSki' ittsiMfliBisS*: s v •€:( *. , thn . 'tjtjisis of the'-ffatittnai brushed yi> rn ;S sno- — 'their P^ jnl?i'sepUpn , be}n gel his oharqes usp4 to isnt ^qp Qffetisiye wjtli t»-9 hy" the HUe§ jof

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