Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 30, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 30, 1958
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»*s? r \ ak" Aggies Win SWC Tourney; Hogs Licked by Tech By TMt ASS6CIAtfeb *>RESS the TcJtas Aggies, who haven't Won a Southwest Ccnfi-rc irr basketball championship since ml When they tied for it. were on too ft the field today and hot chnln « In take the title in the campaign j that opens Saturday. The Aggies, who bcpan n rp-mi- Rehco last season iindor Conch (Bobby Holers, and whipped Texas Christian BHS last nii;M to sack up the brr-senson conference tournament at Houston and rnnk" their season record 8-1. - Texas A&M, led by O-fonl-l Wayne Lawrence, was winning its first tournament and knocking over the team that had taken it three times. Lawrence who topped Ihc scoring with 17 points, slipped in n quick six points to push the Aggies ahead 35-24 with only n minutes to pln.v and dash tin- Horned Fogs' last hopes. It was the under clog conuim through because the ABR'CS had been expected to lose every one "I their three games in the tournament. Hico pulled something of a surprise Itself when it downed Southern Methodist 81-79 for third place Texas Tech beat Arkansas 72-B2 fin 1 fifth place and Baylor wallop ed Texas 75-54 for seventh, • Saturday in the conference openers Texas A&M will nun- Southed .Methodist at Dallas, Bnv lor and Texas Christian play ,1 " Waco • Rice and Texas clash a Houston and Texas Tech and Ar .kansas battle nt Fayolteville. HG Bob Petit Is Still Tops in Pro Circuit Hope Star Classified Ad AOS MUST BE IK Office BAY BI«M PU.LICATI6N - PHONE M4»l W. AD TAKtU 1957 ALUMINUM—85000 COPPER —61000 " ZINC —72,000 NEW YOHK !Af> — To\vc)ii1| Bob Petlil of SI LoUis still is thp ruler of the National Basketball 4ssn.'s sharpshooters but Hie T>r6 circuit has a new iJlaytnaklni? It-adrr in an old hand — Boston's Bun Cousy. 1'ottil is the lop gun With til 1 ? points find a 2B.2 por-fidme average for 29 games, dotisy moved ahead of Detroit's Dick MfCkitre in thp assists department with 30 feeds in his last 3 oulltiss, for ti totni of 221. Tricky Dick has 217. Figures released today by he WSA cover games through Sunday, bee. 28. Top scorers behind Petlll are familiar faces, Paul Arizirt, Phil' ndelphia, 724, 2r>.0: Elgin Baylor, Minneapolis, 721, 24.0; Jack Twyman, Cincinnati. 709, 23. (V, and George Yardley, Detroit, 095, 22.4. Pace-setters In other depart-, mcnls include: Kenny Scars, Nosv York, field goal percentage. .528; Bill Sherman, Boston, free throw percentage, .929; nntl rebounds, Bill Rus- Sell, Boston, 051. FACT Wonted to Buy fttOHfc&T prices bald Jot- mink and coon hides. After 7 fe.fh. call ' ~" S. HafniUori. 23-12tp Bob fcateliff, 500 ttiohe Pft For Salt GOOD USED cross ties. Contact Henry Wolf, near Shover Springs Store. 2 '* 3t(i Female Help Wonted ALUMINUM Screens, daafs. stefffl WlhdoWs, Wealhei- * stripping, if}* SUiatibft, fooflhf, aWttings, tut' tering, ofhamehtai i'ailing, FfeS estimates. AHdy AhdfeWs, PHoftij \VHI.A7 ! 956 _ 1,452,000 ,957 _ 5 451,000 AUiOMOllfl (.-5 1956-17,500 '957-23,000 Winning Colts to Receive More Money > BALTIMORE (AP) — The ?!.', 718.77 received by eacli member , of the Baltimore Colts for winnins the National Football League tillo is-only the beginning. -;Twp gifts toinlinR $50,000 — to ' ,be" split up among players and ~' coaches — were reported today. A substantial "merit award" also is likely from Colt owner Carroll i Rosenbloom, who has doled out .postseason gifts as high as $1,000 in the past to also-ran teams. Another windfall is due next tall ,'"when'the Colts play tho College • .All-Stars In Chicago. Finally, a '"^lialt dozen or so Baltimore play- c ers will collect again Jan. 11 when •\ they participate in the All-Pro • , igame at (Los Angeles. ' The >money received from Sun" day's title game against the Nuw Giants was divided into 42>{. s' by the Colts. Op the • sumo ^ . UHO.P, the $50,000 would amount to V^nlrnost $1,200 a full share. metals and groin metric in tons) MOW THEY CREW—For the second time since World Wl" the SoVict Union has published almost complete ta or- rnatio" on its exports, showing that a new record was set in 1057 in terms of raw materials. An indication of Russian indus- Sal Browth is seen in the fact that the 1957 exports of refined ol products doubled the 1954 figure. Tin exports exploded from 3 300 tons in 1956 to 18,300 tons in 1957, only 7,000 tons of which went to other Communist countries. Jorgcnsen Figures He Rotes Title Shot DALLAS (AP) — Pnul Jorgcn- sen, the young man from Port Arthur, Tex, who's rated, No. 2 among the world's featherweights, figures he should be mighty close to a title fight with llogan (Kidj Basscy. The trim Jorpensen, who has gonu through 27 fights without defeat in two years, swarmed lough Bobby Bell »l' Youngstown, Ohio, for 10 rounds Monday night, to win an easy decision in the feature bout of this Cotton Bowl box- inu show. ' r Weighing 129 pounds to Bell s 127 Jorgonsen won every and outpointed Bell 100-89 on cards and 100-01 on the other. Nadir, Brookmeade Head Bowl Race List MIAMI, Fla. Farm's Nadir CAP) and — Clabiorne Brookmeade Stable's Oligarchy head the list o 32 handicap horses nominated to Milestone for NBA'sArizin, Auerbach By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A couple of milestones have been reached by Paul Arizin am Rod Auerbach in the Nationa irisketbnll Assn. Arizin. the Philadelphia War •iors' sharpshooter, passed the 0,000 point mark in the NBA, am 3oston Coach Red Auerbach wu M-i."5enled with his 500th NBA vie .ory by Bob Cousy. <• The Philadelphia star, a - 30 year-old ex-Marine, joined a seloc group of 4 in the 10,000-plus oil) when he clicked for 25 points M coding the Warriors to P dispute 95-93. victory over Minneapolis M the first game of a doublehoade at St. Louis Monday night. St. Louis, paced as usuak b towering Bob Peltit, whipped' Cii cinnati' in the second contest, 12 J12. That moved the Hawks o 1 games in front of Detroit' in' tl Western Division. Boston pullei 4Vo eames ahead of New York tho East with its 107-105 triump ' the $20,000 added Orange Bow Handicap, a mile and a sixtccnt feature to be run Park-, Handicap the following Sat•*. ' a urday. 'Other leading nominees for over Syracuse on Cousy's 5 poiu in the last 1)0 seconds, -\< Arizin wap just five points shor " of five figures when he wen at T »'°P' CBl | against Minneapolis, He pump " "'"" ""' in 25. That put him into tho ell set with Goor|?e J -Mlkan," the ,r tired Minneapolis great, Dol the Orange Bowl 'include Calumot FaVm's "Bcfrdstown, the Price Brclhcrs' Hoop B.and, Mrs. Tilyou Christopher's Amerigo,' R.E, Fari-' cloth's* 1 Sharpsburg, John ba urn's .Mister, Jive, and Rand JiVs St, "Amour 11 , Schayes'of" Syracuse, Ed Macauley, r now coach of the St. Louts HnwUs, and Cousy. Appel- F. C. If ft.* MAIL-ifi CLASSIFIED AD dRDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To D>o Business INSTRUCTIONS' Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below one word to the square. Put the number of days you want your Ad to run in square at bottom. Then figure your cost. ; EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 doys ,. 90c — 6.days ,; 1.50 During the 400 years of its existence, the infamous French prison, tho Bastille, held many well-known men in Its lowers. The most remarkable of its prisoners was the "Man in the tron Mask." He was one of the romantic figures In history and died there in 1703. Who ho was remains unknown, although many theories havo ; been advanced -and many books written about him. ©• RnoydopiMlla nrltnnntca. 1959 can be a year of profit ,of you. Valuable territories for Avon Cosmetics now opeh in, this area. Avon customers Waiting for scr« vice, Representatives heeded fof Fulton, McNab and Mcdaskill and vicinities. Car necessary, write Avon. Box 377, Mot Springs, Ark. Give direction to yottr home. 29-3tc 3 SMALL tracts of land heaf suitable for chiekefi fafWs, 80 acres Umber latid twd miles out of Foreman, Ark. See RaltaH Saunders or Phohe 7'400l, 2 WAITRESSES. Apply at Diamond Cafe. PH 7-3420. 30-U LADY to help do light housework, Prefer to live in home. PR 7-2087 30-3tc Funeral Directors Boxer Cleared on Narcotics Charge LOS ANGELES (AP)— Don Jordan, world welterweight champion, has been cleared by the 'district attorney's office in a narcotics possession case. Jordan and four others were arrested Sunday in a car in which police said thoy found a smolder-' ing marijuana cigarette, ,T(ie newly eiwwiod 147-pound champ, who won his title by beating Virgil Akins, denied ,an>' knowledge of the cigarette, t( If I had known there was im,v inavi- jimnajn 'thpt ear I' wouldn't haya been riding in it," he said. "• , The djstrict attorney's otfjnp also declined, to .issue complain,1s against three others in the< car; ,boxer Javier Sanches, 24, (Mexi Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lm- WANT AD RATEI All » Want Ads iff >>&'«. but Ws will be fc BV« m telephOfte «>rtd So omdaj fton accounts dllowed With IHS UH« aefstofidlfiS IH8. acrounf IS frdyobli Wheh StatemeM Is f^ndefed. WufrtbSf 5f Wofdl Up « 15 16 td 58 il t6 25 24 »6-3(3' 36 t°6 40 41 to 4S 46 to SO 6rSe bay .45 .90 1.05 1.26 1.55 I 50 Days .90 1.2(5 1,50 1.PO 4.10 2.40 270 3.00 boys 1.562.00 2.S6 3.CO" 350 4.00 4.50 5.00 Oh* MohfR 4.56 6.60 ?,5B 900 16.51^ 12.6P 13.50 15.00' it OLCS four door. A4 £_..—.---New tires, radib and heateh $495 Will arrange fihaftdtig. Call 7« 2487. 24f CLASSIFIED DISPLAY i.^i , „ ..,.. 86e jaef inch \iwei •;;;;•: ^ For Rent LOCAL tralloM. t Vice, Call Day or Night. 7- 8-lmoc 5 ROOM house. 301 N, Ferguson Street. Call 7-3578. ' — 17'lmo, 3 ROOM 1 apartment. PR 2 MODERN houses. $25 and.$35 monthly. Strolit Realty, 620 W.. 67 K\vy. Phone 7-37G6. 30;6tp Notice ftdtts qudted' obovfe dtfi fSf c6h Sttulive InsertlohS. Irrfegulaf of sklf. ddte ad6 Will take the 6rte-day fdt«. All dolly classified advartltlnd ebpy Will be accepted Until 5 t>.rrt, for publication tho fftllowlhg °^'^... m 1 The eubllsher reserves he right to! revise if edit all advertisementsi of fefed fof publlcat on and to fe|ect iny bbjectlonable adveftl<lng sub- W "lr, 6 |ft'als o< ohe or more letters, OfoUps of fiaures, si,ch as. h6U6e « telephohe numbers count as one wofd, -The Hbbc Star will not ^.responsible' fof. errors n Want Ads unless errors af« called to our otten Ion after 1 FIRST Insertion of ad and then ' for. ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. •'PROSPECT 7-34.31 WE Buy - Wt 8«U • W« HM« REAL ESTATE >= > R O. FRANKLIN COMPAITf 'A. P. Deloney, Mtntftr, Howwd Collier, , The, schedule ol Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's Solunar Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or. hunting in good cover during these times, if you w'sh to find the best sport that each day has to otter. ' . . The Major Periods are .shown in boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last'for an hour and a half or two hours-thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in UOVINGT Long Distance CaU.Cot lect 502. Fr«« E«tUntl«i, la*M* *H«ve Vani - Will Tr§v«I PRESCOTT TKAHSFEm 'Ifir el-Hipe 1O9; CmtolMoted Jonuory 18, STORAGE CO. * t , PRESCOTT. ARKAMCAf M-tf Published every weekday, afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. , Mn'C. E. Palmer, President AIM.' H. Woshburn, Secy-Tref. ,t;The Stor Building " aiJ-14 South .Walnut Street \ .-. Hope, Arkonioi BARHAM Brothers' House Movers." Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale, Arkansas. , «-l M° ; of somewhat regular type, are shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Tuesday 9:00 2:45 9:25 3:1«, •Wednes. 9:45 3:30 10:10 3:55 Thursday 10:25 4:15 10:55 4:40 Friday 11:15 5:05 11:45 5:30 Saturday '-^— ' 5-:55 12:05 6:25 Sunday 12s40 6:55 , 1:05 7:25 ME FRIGHTENED?-The big and little of dogclom mingle at a Philadelphia dog show. That's great Dane, Count Down, hovering over Chihuahua, Li'l Abner, J . r ° Community Esther Hick* Phon* 7-4678 or 7-4474 WE Buy and sell Antique Furniture and bric-a-brac. BYERSOANTI- QUE v SHOP, Patmos - Shpver SpringSrBoad, Phone 7-2057.," X , ' 14-1-mo c POSTIVELY no hunting on'-my farm as I have cattle on it, 'A: N, Fader, Patmos, 'Ark, «•' , -29-3tc Al*«. H. W«hburn, Wiror *V Publlih.r Foul M. Jon«s, Monogin* Editor Don*) Mrker, Adverthlno, Mgr. . C«*r«* W. Hesmer, Mcch. Supt. "•"inter** « second eloss motter r ot th. ».st t Office at Mope, Arkonsoi, undtr the Act of March 3, ° M«mb*r of the'Audit Bureau of' .' . - . Circulationi 't. GOT a few puppies to igive, away Call "Doc" Rogers 7-5510 toe- twecn.8 a.m. and 5,p.m( NO"H'UNTING without permission on J G. Prescott's farm in {the old Proving Ground. This land is posted. *. - ' , • Subscription kotas (payable, 'in .„<•_ ' ' ' •• By - carrier" Fn Hope and ' neighboring i ,.' towns — , ' ' ' -By -mall' In* Hempstead, Nevoda, LaRayette,'Howard and. Miller Coun- Alaska fro, Become 49fh Siafre TStes Week WASHINGTON (AP) — Alaska will'b'e proclaimed the 49th stale and a new design for the Arnorl 1 can, tlag will bo announced by the en?\ of the week, Alaskans aranged hurriedly for a solemn observance for their territory's admission after 1h.fi fi House announced thai Pres Thought for the day We see how much a man has and therefore we envy him; did we see 'how little he r enjoys, we should rather pity him — Seed, Calendar of Events , The 'Blevins - Training School (Band Mother's Club will sponsor a Basketball game in- the Gymnasium .Tuesday night, December 30, Players; vins School Wanted 'Hope Star route'open tor-boys 12 years-and over. Apply' at Hop* Star Office, .' •* ,j .'^ ,\: wHL'pay $1,15 pbr, bushel' .If or r eaa- corn delivered to Hope 'Feed Co f< PR 7-2547, ', r ' ' • 3 °' MC S7rvic«f Ont 1 ' month ...',.." Thrt* monlht , III (H»nlhi ,„ .,' On* year v ,,..; ....... .>.. *j^' All "other 'moll T— ' Ont 'month . ' ..... , Throo'monthi , ...... ; Sin monrhi ........... . On* y*or $ .15 1.8J 3,50 , , 05,60 Adverti«ln« «epre«ei»totlv«t; Arkonsos' Dallies, ' Inc.,'. 1602 Swrlek Bldg, • Memphis 2, rum.; 505' Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas V; »exos; 360 N. Michigan Ave.,-ChlcaHO ,1, III,; 6CIE. 42nd-St., NPW York I/..N. Y,, 1763 'Penobsco't- Bldg., >Detroit'2, Mich.; ' Terminal Blrig., Oklohomo .City 2, okia, •;'•-•• .*,',, 30c-40q, The public is cordially invited to attend, , jcient Eisenhower would issue the ' Mothers vs Ble graduates, Admission The Yerger >PanH Mother's Club wjll sponsor n <New Year's, Social in Harris " Gymoasimp Thursday, Janwry I, beginning at B;30 p, m, ' 40e single; 75o cpu- be 'purchased ui, renovate jr«ur. ol« tress, We speclalUt 26 »it- RAIJ>H lor .your fore Th«, Associated Press |s entitled w- clu 5 |y«ly to the-use for republ cation . of "all-the local news printed-In this, , newspaper, Q5 'well as all AP ,new» ,- d|spotches; , • '"''"',,/ i^jn^---^-^- ^-: * ROACH "HUGHES INSURANCE liji E «rd Phont 74511 3INGEB Sales and 8ervjBf,"'.8»: Bpotb, stateliood' p'roolamation sometime ' ' co: Pete Padilla, 19, driver; and fvom Band pothers or at'the <3oor, js-'being given in the oflhe Uniform Fund, , George Chavez, 21, A fourth youth, '' GOOP bargains, • Buy,ifilK*J?f* or , shop, Paul' , charged ,with narcotics possession, ' would come Saturday. y said thf> proclamation Wi)l bo .accompanied by an , the 'district, attorney said., plow Training School will meet ChJWress 'Hig 1 !; iSoool qf Deaths Around the World . order redesigning tho Stars vijle at Lincoln Uigb/Sphool Gym, and, Stripes for tho addition pt' the ' Thursday 8f 7; 30, 'Admission students floles ^nd Bell's; key. PR , rjew' 1 state, A screening committep ' , has* received 'pearly^ 2,000 sugges tjpps for changing the flag. Th flags will gp into use next' July 4- ,, T e presidential proclamation is that 'remains to 'complete the statehood " process, Alaska has finished all CovrnfiUties admission. ' By THE ASSOQIATpP PRES? 1 "' aiYATTSYJP-1!, Md. . f'AP) r John E. Younger, 66, heari of the engineering mpn,t nt the University of Maryland, died Monday, Pefpre to ^ Maryland in 1038 v the POWER Saw p>pn jot 1 trees, stumps ana ,ejp 4 estimate call My. ian4'iM$ > s, WpoSrow Hos ideq for the Hamilton. ,JV?a.c&e, ivs •' raembw 1 of - SHVPP 1931, North .Y?*pmmrt« ft, burning hguse ing .' pste, , Ad Ii-To' RM 4ri'ftn pnly iO toy? Ht)o, 5iis al study gyo^p" s,ays ing for Hio 'eWeviy ?hoyW

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