Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 31, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 31, 1958
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Pag« H North Carolina and Cincinnati Are Defeated By MURRAY ROSE Ass6clalfcd press Sports Writer ' Mishty Cincinnati nnd North Carolina have bitten the dint It happened Tuosdny night when top-ranking Knntwlty anri nouiv- Illl Knnsns Slntr- hnroly rsf-np^'l With olio-point victories If tlnw-" two hnd fallen, it would hnvo h.-cn ft night of disaster fm the four icadinp, teams In collcist- baskot- bnll. .(Cincinnati, No 2 nationally bo- • hind Kentuekuy. was racked up 6!K60 by fifth-ranked, oncc-bcalcn JJorlh Carolina State m the some finals of the Dixie Basketball Classic at Raleigh. N C -""Then unbeaten Michic'.-in Sli.to. ' No; 7, upset fourlh-rnnkins, uncle fcatcd North Carolina 7!)-8fl In the other semifinal. Michigan State and N.C. State ,,iwi1 Iballlc to rlho tille tonight. ( NYC. Stale jumped inlo a quick . load and held it to upset Clncy -and All America Oscar Robertson, -Who scored 20 point* Bi» John • Richter of Phllndolpin scored 'in points for tho victors. Unbeaten K e n t u c k y had to '"weather a scorint; spree by surprisingly tough tllinoiK in the la-it .-'four minutes to scrape pasi the lllini 70-75. Sid Cohen scored 23 points to pace the Wildcats to • '.their ilOth victory. Big Bob Boxer racked up 32 >• points, inoluclinfi the vital ones, ' in lending third-ranking Kansas* " State to n comc-from-belnd. 07-015 victory ovu firecl-up Colorado. ' rrhc win save the Wildcats the Bin '/Eight Tournament championship f'-iit Kansas City. •f - .Mississippi State's unbeaten, is c\ eighth - ranked quinti't trounced '.S Memphis Stale's defending chmn- • pions 73-55 in the finals of the % Suj?ar Bowl championship at New ;•_. Orleans. Bailoy llowoll was the bit; I'i'innn for the Morons with 2H ~T' points. ?"" Other tournanient chnrnpions »' crowned Tuesday night included I*."Ohio University. Miami of Ohio, 'K" Providence, Michignn. Pcnn State, ^i-Louisinna State and Furman. '<•:'"'• Ohio 'whipped Utah State 80-72 Tyin the All-Am eric an City tourney '•,- at Owensboro, Ky, Miami of Ohio '.~ff, edged Miami of Florida 89,87 in. tv' ! overtime irt the Hurricane tourney '^'•'•at Miami Beach, Providence won ifSvits own invitational meet by down- •i.--fag'Boston ColK'He 07-00, Michigan "racked up Detroit DS-GH for the lotor City Htlo at Detroit. Ponn Stale beat Richmond 01-54 ,,.,i tho Richmond Invilalional. •.'V''LSU battered Mississippi 80-55 'in the Gatur Bowl final at Jackson,; ' villc. Furmair topped Soulhwostcrn s Louisiana 80-74. In the windup of Ihe Wntauga invitational at John; f.'son City, Tenn, DEPTH BOMB — Displaying her championship form, Zale Parrv, winner of ihe world's undunvnter depth diving cham- piohshlp, takes it easy on the beach at Silver Springs, Fla. A movie and television Starlet to boot, iiale made lief record dive of 209 feet oil the California coast. But at the moment, the diving belle is relaxing between scenes of the television series "Sea Hunt." COMEBACK FOR THE OO'-MING-MACK-The oo-mmg- mack is no longer in'danger of extermination. Better known as the musk ox (oo-mlng-mack is the Eskimo word), the animal Is on the increase in experimental herds in Alaska and Canada. A few years back, the much-hunted animal was believed to have found its last home in Greenland. Eflorts to establish herds in northern Europe and Iceland have failed. One drawback remains. Neither the wool nor the meat nave onv commercial value.. • _ Arkansan and Two Texans Sentenced HOUSTON Tex. (AP)—A Little Hock (attorney and two Texans i were sentenced- yesterday in connection with the six million dollar U.S. Trust and Guaranty mail J'rnud case. AVillis V, Lewis, the Little Rock man, received a three-year suspended prison sentence and was placed on probation for fi"» years Jnmus Hay, 44, of Waco, and W.E., Hutchcnrider, 44, o£ San Antonio, received two - yenr suspended sentences and were plqcud on probniion for five' years. Judge Joe ingraluun, passed senlc'iice in federal- court here. All three pleaded no contendrc (no contest) and were found guilty. Several prominent Arkansans appeared as character witnesses Cor Lewis and asked for clemency. Among them were C. Hamilton. IMosos of Lirtle Rock, former president of Arkansas Power and Light Co.. and Pulaski Chancellor Gu E. Williams of Little Rock. Lewis and six other officials fof US, Trust and Guaranty, which had headquarters at Waco, worn indicted in December, 1055, on charges of mail fraud. Asst, Ally. Dan Kennerly said Lewis »nd the others misrepresented the value of stock in mail transactions. Lewis was head of the Arkansas Fire nnd Marine Insurance Co,, Which Kennerly said was formed to assume some of the liabilities Fans Get Ready for Bowl Games New Years Day By THE ASS&eiAfES Pfie§§ Wyoming!, Loitislniin Stntc, to»/n, Oklahomn and Texas Christian arc fnvnrijd to win the tnajor bdwl gnincs in college footlbnlls' final bit? fling Wednesday and Nr-\V Year's Day. i Wyoming (7-3) is a 3" 2 point choice over HftPclirt-Pimmohs iO-4>' in the Sun Bowl, which has the spotllgt to itself today. This 24th annual affair will lure about 15,000 fans at El Paso. Texas, Kiokoff time IS 4 p.m. (liSTt. Hie big guns start firing on Thursday before about 343,000 "live" fans and millions of tela* vision viewers nrourtd the country Louisiana State (10-0), the notion's No. 1 team, the only major college all-Winning oulflt, nnd the "Team of the Year" In The Associated Press yoar-etid poll, is n 15 point choice over the Clemson Tigers (8-2) in the Sugar Bowl. If Coach Frank Howard's Tigers knock off LSU It will go down as the most shocking bowl upset since Columbia stunned Stanford ,7-0 Itl lllc 103-1 Rose BoU'l contest; A crowd of 82,000 will see this one at New Orleans. It will no telecast by NBC (2 p.m. EST). Iowa's Big Ten champions' 17- J-1) ore- 18 points favorites over California's Golden 'Bears (7-3) In the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif A crowd of 100,000 is expected to see a wide - open contest witlr (Iowa's speed demons led by All- America quarterback Randy Dun-' can and Cal paced by qunrtorbuok Joe Kapp. This is the second half of an NBC TV double header. Starting; time is 5 p.m. (EST) 'Oklahoma's deep Sooncrs (9 : 1) are rated 12'' 2 points over' One (Syracuse Orange (8-U in the Orange Bowl at -Miami The ninth ranking New Yoikers are a- team bent on a mission. An upset 'of thrf fifth-ranking Oklahomans would help case the memory of t tho (il-6 shellacking Syracuse absorbed from Alabama in this -same Orange Bowl in' 1053. '. „, A crowd of 76,000 will bo on hand at Miami for the TV game CBS, 1 p.m. (EST), Texas Christian (8-1) is the 8 .point favorite over the unbeaten once-tied Air Force Academy Falcons in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas his game will be telecast by CBS following the Orange Bowl clash, It will start about 3:30 p.m. (EST) with about 75,000 fans 'on hand, In a minor bowl Thursday, Prairie View of Texas (8-0-1) meets Lnngston of-Oklahoma (4-3) in the Prairie View Bowl at' Houston, before about 10,000 fans, Kickoff, is set for'l p.m. '(EST), 1 v ; YT'A *» MOM, AM AN s AS Hope Star ADS MUST BE IN OFFICE DAY BEWftE PUBLICATION - PHONE 7-3431 FQft AD TAKER Wanted to Buy 1<he schedule of SoiUfiaf Periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Atdett Knight's goltihar Tables* Platt your days §o that you will be fishing in good territory df hunting in good covei- during these times, If you w'sh to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown la 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 regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A, M. P.M. Minor Ma.ior Minor Major ' prides paid tot Wink and doort hides, After 1 p.m. call Bob fcatellff, 500 S 1 . HaiYiiKort, f hone PR 7-2781 23-l2tp USED two row tractor, rotary bush cutter, chain saw, portable elec* trie 7' z saw, picknip truck. Prefer to trade clean '52 Plymouth seclart, radio atld healer plus cash for truck, Write Box F, c/o Mope. Star. 1-tope, Ark. giving price. 3U3lp WedncS. 9:45 Thursday 10:25 Friday 11:15 Saturday Sunday 12:40 . 3130 4:15 5105 &:55 6:55 UK 10. 10:55 11:45 12:05 1:05 3:65 4:40 5130 6:25 7:25 For Salt ALUMINUM Screefis, dduJs 1 , sterffl window's, weather ' stripping, ifl« sttlatiofi, taolingt awHiHgs, gut* tefing, ornamental falling, Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone Fcmolc Help Wonted 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 McCasklll and vicinities. Car necessary. \VrUe Avon, Box 377, Mot Springs, Ark. Give direction to your home. 29-3tc 3 SMALL tracts of land hear town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Sounders or Phone 7-4001, WANT AD RATES (joyab'8 In bn dccBpfSd All Wohf Ads odvartee but 4ds will 6Vef the tsleph&fig 6 floil ocdduhts allowed witK tHS Uh» daf$tattd!fl3 the accouhf IS pdyabls svhefi stdt^meh't Is rdrtdered, '51.OLDS four'door, A-l Condition, New tires, radio and heater,, $495 Will arrange financing, Gall 7« 2487. 2it * U(> 16 fo il to 56 »6 31 to 36 »o 41 «d 44 to Notice WE Buy - Wt Sell - Wi R«nt - REAL ESTATE' • . R. D. KRAttKLlN COMPAin A. P. Dcloney, Man«f«r, Howard Collier, Sultimtn . , • fff-tt 2 WAITR«ESSES, Apply at Diamond Cafe, PR 7-3420. 30-U Basketball LA.DY lo help do light housework. Prefer to live in home. PR 7-2087 .30-3te College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kentucky 76', Illinois 75 •Navy 67. Vanderbilt 01 Akron 7G. Dopauw 57 Georgia Tech 89, Alabama 70 Drake 6fi, South Dakota' 54 Butler 69, Wisconsin 55 Washington Statp 66, Montana State 58 San Diego Stale 61, Denver 43 Big Eight Championship Kansas State 67, Colorado CO Third Place Nebraska CO, Oklahoma Nebraska 60, Oklahoma 4 Fifth Place Jowa State 64, Oklahoma State 02 Seventh Place Kansas 84, Missouri 73 Motor City Classic ." Championship 'Michigan 93, Detroit 68 Third Place Princeton 84, Army 73 For Rent LOCAL trailers, Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc 5 ROOM house. 301 N. Ferguson Street. Call 7-3578'. , 17-lmo. 3 ROOM! apartment. PR 7-2247. 30-tf Long Distance Call Col' Rates. Have Vani — WU1 Tr»v«l PRESCOTT TRANSFEB k STORAQB" CO. PRESdOTT; *R1£AMSA1 15 26 25 50 3S -10 45 50 Day ,45 .66. ,1$ .90 1.65 UO 1.35 1.50 Davi .90 1.20 1 5(5 I.BO 2.10 240 1.1.0 .3.60 Dovs 1.50 3.00 2.50 3.00 3.56 4.00 4.50 5.00 6n« 4.566.60 7.56 9.00 16.56 12,06 13.50 •15.06 CLASSIPiSD DISPLAY 80c thch 2' MODERN houses. $25 and $35 monthly. Stroul Realty, 620 W. 67 Hwv. Phone 7-3706., 30-6tp 4 ROOM unfurnished apartment and private bath. 1002 S. Elm. St. Phone 7-2253. 31-3tp BARHAM Brothers', House 'Movers. Insured and free' 'estimate. Write - Barham Brothers' Gale, Arkansas. • 2M' Mo. WE Buy and sell Antique Furniture and bric-a-brac. BYERS ANTIQUE SHOP, Patmos - Shover Springs Road, Phone 7-2057. ' v 14-1-mo C \ 3 6 times Rotis quoted obove ore for con secutlve Irtfeertlbrts. Irregular of skit dole ods will take the one-day rate.(J All daily classified advertised copy will' be accepted until 5 p.m. f6r publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise at edit oil advestisemems offered for publication and to reioct any objectionable advertising sub- rhittedi • . Initials' of one or more letters, ' oroupi °'~ 'laures, such as hoUse of telephone' numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors afc 'called" to our attention after FIRST Inwtion of ad and then for ONLY tho ONE incorrect Insertion. |J PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Presi 19S7 Consolidated January 18, (POSTIVE'LY no hunting on my farm as I have cattle on it. A. N. Rider, Patmos, Ark. 29-3tc MAIL-fN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below r 11 f • one word to the square, Put the number of days you want n your Ad to run in square ot bottom, Thqn figure your.cost, EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 days ., 90c — 6 days ,, 1,50 Richmond Invitational Championship Penn State 01, Richmond 54 hird PEIace Georgetown (DC) 401, Columbia The Negro Gbmmunity Either Hick* Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day I know of no manner of speaking so offensive as that of giving praise, <and closing it with an exception — Steele. GOT >a few puppies to 'give away. Call "Doc" Rogers 7-5510' ibe- 1 tween 8 a.m. and S p.m. 30-3tc N'O HUNT-ING without permission on J. G, Proscott'-s farm- in the old Proving Ground. This >lajid is posted. 30-6tp IROSITIVELY no hunting on the B J. iDrake estate, Patmos, This land is -posted. , 31-Ctp Wanted to Rent Published every weekday afternoon by . STAR PUBLISHING CO. , ) Mrs. C. E.,Palmer, President Alex.- H. Washburn, Seey-Trei. at Thc'Stor Building . JU-Mj South Walnut Street ' " Hope, Arkansas 77 ^KNAMB - t ef Ad Is To Run Faubus Mav Pay for*.. Review of Sentence TJTTlfE ROCK (AP 1 ) — A'con- victed Negro slayer.will got a re- vic\v of his death sentence even il Oov, Orval E, Faubus*. has to- pav the costs himself,' . Faubus said"' yesterday thc\t was his intention as he issued • p reprieve for Lawrence Smith 19, 'o? Eudora, who was scheduled to die' in the electric chpir.Friday mprrii ine for tho robhery-slaying of, a- wl\ilc farmon Jast summer, . Tho governor said Smith apparently was-not able to pav the costs 1 of tin appeal nnd declared: "It looks like I will have to pay it out of my own' poeket, pr- got it from some of my. friends," , At Tuckev- Prison Farm. Smith wept in his desith row ccll>wlion he was told of tho reprieve a.n,d. tho governor's stqtpmoiit tha,t. He minht pay for fln ^'ppoal. , * "God bUiss him, god bless him," Smith pried. Smith Wfts qonvtcted by o Cnicot Pii-cuit Court Juj7 iit- LnK'a ViJlflSl*? p£ tha'riOo slaying of O.C, Cundiff, 58, *a farmer-, neap- Eudora. GabO r Bowl . ; Championship " Louisiana State 69, Mississippi 55* Third Place Florida 58, Georgia 55 Sugar Bowl Championship Miss State 73, Mc'mphis St&te 55 Third Place Maryland 54, New Orleans Loyola 30 ' • Alex. H. WoshbVn, Editor & Publisher p«ul H. Janes, - Managing Editor . Dana) Porker," Advertising' **gr. G«orgt W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. Entered « second eloss matter of tht Post OHico, at Hope, Arkonsoi, ynrfer tht Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit -Bureau, ol f\ Circulations v Providence Invitational Championship Providence 67, Boston College GO Third Place Brown 70, Colgate Ofi hurricane Invitational Championship Miaroi (Ohio) 89, Miami (Fla) 87 (ol) Third Pl9ce NYU 77,'Tulanc 47 AII'American City Championship .•Ohio Univ 80, Utah State 72 Third Plaee , ' . Middle Tenn 70, Ky Wosleyan 72 Bijde Classlp Semifinals ' ,»,N,C. state 69, Cincinnati 60 Michigan State 75, North Cm;o-' Jip'a 58 • Calendar of> Events The Ycrger Band Mother's Club will sponsor a New Year's Social in Harris Gymnasium Thursday, January-1, beginning at 8:30 p. m. Admission: 40c single; 75c couple, Tickets may be purchased from Band Mothers or at the door. This social is 'being given in the interest of the Uniform Fund. 'The'Clow Training School will •meet Childress High School, Nashville at Lincoln High School Gym, jn a basketball game on Thursday Jan. 1 at 7:30, Admission students 25c; Adults 35c, 3 ROOM furnished 'apartment at H'opc or-Washington, Write. Box F c/o (Hope iStar, Hope, .Arkan' ,"',--• 31-3tp sas. Wolited? Hope Star .route'open>r-boys 12 years and- over. Apply at Hope Star Office. ___'_ lfUL pay $1.15 per bushel for ear com delivered to Hope Feed Co, .PR 7-2547. ' 3 ,°- 610 The Anna P, Strong Federated Club will meet in the home of Mrs. W. V. Rutherford, 'Friday, Jan. 2, •at 7:30 p,m, All members are urged to be 'present, Twa Missing Dwek Hunters Found PINE BI.UFF, ArK. qun^ Magnolia dijpK hunters- who h,ad ^bpen listed as missing in tho nearby Wabgsefca Scatters area sjnce Monday a'fte'ynoon • wej'o found unharmed, yeglprdar-. is J;\, - ia, and , Jpft 30, -Vojo 53 Louisville 74, 'Wake Forest 64 Carr°ysel Claris Semifinal? am 70, George Washington. 67, (ot) St. Francis (Pa.) 81, *" Shover Street 4-H Club Meets The second rtieeling of the Shover Street 4-H Club was'held with the following officers toeing elected; .President, iByenda Bostic; vice president, Patricia \Villiams; secretary, JTanclora Phillips; assistant secretary, Jacquelyn Fa.ye Hicks; song leaders, Nancy Scott and Robbie Jewel Pavisj school lead ers, Mrs, N, parmieheal; Com munity lenders, Mr. and M»'s. -R. J, Jiicksj recreation leader,' Gloria Hill; 1 reportar, Gloria Williams. •After projects for the year were sc-Jept&d, tho , agents,- Miss Ford and Cayee B. Smith passed project books to tj)e club member^ and cjvvb handbooks to the officers, Pemoristralions were ..given by the agpnts, The ne?rt meeting' wiJJ Pe held on-the third, Fi ; W«>' in January. 60, Clemson 50 67, South Cnrpljna 1 65 Hoxie Board Faces q Recoil Vote Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST'FUNERAL-HOME , • Dial PR' 7-2123" ' ' '" , . 20-lm-c Subscription Fcotes (payable in' , advanc'j) By carrier In Hope and >neighboring 1 towns — '- >er week f s'io ' Per year ; •••• ••'-;-,?»•• ' By ' mall In - s Hempstead, Mmoaaf>. . LaFayette,,,Howard,cV|d 'Miller .Coun-,.. ^ On* month', , .*VS« K Three monthi' ,'.-....! \ •••* (_|| $|, m«nths J-50 v On* year .,-, 6 < SD AH' other moll — On«; month' ,,,. v 1 Three- months Sin month* i.. ,0n**year' 1.30 3,9* 7.80 15,60 Services LET ui tress. We specUliw: to »r«Miirt- ** QOPB'MATTBJiSS'WOP.-^ „ „ 713 Wert 4th, PUonf 7-»» ;-, ' I i ( t\ W^B RALPH Motrtfemery ,M»rk*t, ou» torn plswghtertfig,. Jft , b»ve, mwt fw yw (Jeep'fr«««.. ?«• »• Jj; tore tiuylhg," - f ! - • *Tr" : M*t'l Advertising Hepresentotlyei; A'rkansas Dallies," Inc., 'l602, Sterlrk Bldg, ' Memphis 2,, Trlin,; 505 Toxos Bank Bldg, Dallqs V, Vxos; 360 1 Ni ^ Michigan Ave,, Chleaoo 1; III.,' 6 .°_/.'^ / 42nd' St., Kit-w York IV, N. Y.; J763' Penobscot . Bldg,, Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City.. 2, Okla. • . , . , " -Memfcer ot The 'Aweelote* t/eil). Th*^' Associated Press |s entitled m- , eluilvely to the gse^ for rep«bl|catton , of all. the local news printed in tnU , newspaper, as well 'as al) AP aispatches, "' " , ' , '" SINGER SEWING - If A-CWINB. CO; Sales and Service,'513 East 3r<t L, E,-Booth', Phene PR " GOOD bargains,'Buy-- se.1V ,. or yefinish yovw furniture, at', m shop, Paul Pudney, Washington*. Arkansas. , " •" -,934'm-o ^ __ _^ ROACH - HUGHES £ SIBW1WG reasonable, t • Holes ,apd' Bolts. Call.Mrs.. Star Key. PB ' ©sing was a visitor in , l^a. 'Prl.^y.^wlwp lip visjie4'.his Unpje and 'Awnt; Mr, and, 'MVs, Jam P?<oks jtnd Spring JJJU, ^. 4 he yisited kis sister,'Mr,s. Pjnkje Williams and s njece, R'Jt' s « Jim ,..„,. Saw man for trees, stumps and et , estiirmte cau' Real jEstot-f fftl^t> START QF'F THE must see to lovely 3 bed.rp.pm home on, A t)}is ; ORIfGN C^RS . A ~ s - v \?^'ATT^I*$g<| . 7 .(lii%iK^MriQ)fSr ^-^SvSilt'

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