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( l> f", f Pace-setter Texas< Ght'dlian ' ••' ; ;.•<:,*£ ^t : ^c: ;> -''.'-,•; >' -ivfYtf 1 ~ t ' E ~? r - "" i v !',vJ4'»(u"dfy'f4/ Knockout Specialist Meets Ray Tonight By OHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated 'IVess .Sports ' CHICAGO (AP)—Roquc Mara-i Villa of Boise, Idaho, a 22-year- old light heavyweight with, 18 khockouls to his credit, tohjght makes his national TV boding do- but against the No. 5 conldnder. Sonny Kay; Ruy, a 23-year-old counter* _ , . puncher and bBdy'pummcllcf who **-itrated'Rice; but favored .Southern j crtrne 11B through Chicago's small '**1Mc'tKo'dlst lost to'Baylor and Texas c tubs, has won 8 ot'his lasts bouts and is a 2-1 favorite, In his inst outing Nov. 14, Ray made an impressive but losing battle with llie No. 1 rated Contender, Tony Anthony, m Madison Square Garden. He alsd-.is., the whipped Texas last night in ,»<-'Southwest Conference basketball. '^"•TCU. Whipped Rice 5W52 at r!- Houston; Baylor trounced SMU ,-v*'0-33. at Dallas; and Texas Tech v' ' walloped Texas 04-47 at Austin. •*, -'iThe, Horned Progs' victory over | only fighter cVer to * vf Rice, 'coupled with Baylor's upsetJ Bo'wdr'y'. doing it th "' ' '»•'-•—"'- '--< •••— - • ^of-.SMu, gave the Christians' a 4\ J , UVO'game lead In the 'contorence .'/race. They arc now 4-0 in loop ,.. play,- . -'-• -H. E. Kirchner led the Frog •• -attack-with 15 points, although ^ho , VfollleSd - out with 4!31 to go. TVInx. '( Bederibqught paced Rice With 16 , points. The Frogs capitalized on cxcel- ' ' ,lent corner shots to send tho Owls ",' loss while winning their own fourth to'-their third straight conference *i r straight. ' , Baylor used a man-to-man dp- '*-' fense to wear dov,n the Ponies in '^.Dallas,-knocked the Methodist out 'ug.bf-their -zone defense and rolled """to ,a ~35-25 lead at the half. ' ' ^f'Bdb Turner led the shooting for -the 5 *,Bears with 27 points with WU','• '-bur 'Marsh' high for the Mustangs ',j;\Vith 16. It left bofh teams with , H» 2-2* conference records. j, .r i.«Texas Tech also pulled up to a 1 - «i 2-2 record in beating Texas bv defeat three times. 'Maravilla lost two of fivfe starts in 1958, including a defeat by Eddie Cotton in his last time .out. Dec. 11, in Boise. Cbtton is arhong Ray's victims. Ray has a ,19-6-5 record, including 7 knockouts. Maravilla 'has 18 laiyoes in a 29-4-2 record! Basketball College Arkansas College 64, Arkansa A&M 55 Hendrix 54, Henderson 49 . Arkansas Tech 68, Ouachita 59 State Teachers 75, East Texa Baptist 74 Texas ech 64, exas 47 , Texas Christian 59, Rice 52 Baylor 70, Southern Methodist 5 H)gh School North Little Rock 65, Blythevillc 54 . . * -^ , - , ,. . , ., i Fort Smith 45, Van Buren 32 ,. _ Longhorns to 14 goals from^ the n E1 ^ ^ ^ ?, infield. Leon Hill led the Red Raid- ,.„»„„ ,,° c ~~~~,, RA i "^jgrs'.wlth 26 points. ^T°*'Not a single Longhorn scored in '»>•* double figures, and the loss placed Texas in the cellar with Rice with **~ a 1-3 record. No conference , games are scheduled again until Friday night when Texas play Texas A&M at .College Station and Rice enter, tains Baylor at Houston. Louisville in Upset of 7M Ranked Bradley By B£^l -OLAN Associated Press Sports AWr|t« The University of Louisville has >ecn noinK down the college basketball ladder steadily -since putting together a 21-5 mnrk two years ago. But once in a while he Cardinals spring a surprise, Tuesday night was u case in point, when they beat seventh- ranked Bradley 70-68. And it was a comparatively easy victory, to, Bradley trailoc by four points al the intermission eight shortly after halftlmc mid by four again a few minutes l»ter v But then Louisville's John Turn er and Roger Tieman boRan con nccling with long set shots from the rside and the Cardinals pulle.c away. Tiemnn led the scorinH wit' 20 points. West Virginia was the only oth or team among the top 10 'o so action nrjd the lOth^rated Moun taineers came through handsome ly by trimming William and Mar 88-76 for their 42nd consecutiv Southern Conference victory. The Mountaineers, seeking the! fifth straight conference t.itlo, put their league record tor the season at 6-0. ' In another Southern Conference tilt, Gcofgc Washington defeated Richmond 72-64. In the Southwest Conference, Texas Christian increased its lead to two games by defeating Ricr 59-52, Texas Tech whipped Texas- 1-47 find Baylor upset Southern Hope, Enfiti.etf Teams Split Two Garnet Hope nnd film met teams spHWwo games here last night at Jones' icld House with -the fimmst girts vlnnlng over the Hope girls by a core of 3d to 21 i <, In the second contest the Junior 'Hi'slly -boys of Hbpe downed v,the Emmet boys 40 to 2(3 with Arnott ;inci Duke tossing In 10 and 12'fop the local team. Dpugan Was" high scorer for Emmet With 10. While the Hope Senior and Junior boys go to Crossett Friday night two teams from Guernsey will come to the local gymnasium. The Junior varsity and Senior girls •will entertain the visiting fives. ADS MUST BE PUBLICATION — PHONI! 7^3t ?0fc AD TAKER tafvf^' t! Rights Last Night " Fight Resuts " Seattle — Terry Lewis, 239. 'By" THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS —Seattle — Terry Lewis, 239. Spokane, knocked out .Hank. Thui; Jrian, 5 212, Los Angeles, 8. , ; -."Houston, Tex. — Frankie :Hyff '1' ,135Vi, New York, stopped- Alrio •%>- Mente, 136^, Houston, 5, ,/'.{ TMeriden, Conn. —Charlie Tjlaurj ',, 1 " , 210,.",Hartford, Knocked out John /- ny Richards, 198, .Philadelphia, I National Hockey .iV^HI ^ ••:.'•* m -NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE -' VBTtjftE' ASSOCIATED P.^ESS ,' ,M* , Tuesday Results "• . „•" •< -i-i'-No games r^9»-' v Wednesday Schedu|«- zZ£ Ne>',,.YorK^at ,,Tprontb,,, 77 f Searcy 64 heridan 48, Texarkana 47 aney 57, Marianna 33 VJATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSN. Methodist 70-53. Dartmouth took a 74-56 Ivy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday Results Detroit 112, Cincinnati 92 St. Louis 110, Minneapolis 95 Wednesday Schedule Syracuse-Philadelphia at Boston New York at Boston St. Louis at Detroit Thursday Schedule ,0 New york-PhiladelphiaiJat <• Syracuse Minneapolis at Syracuse COLLEGE .BASKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED, JPRESS Texas Christian 59,:RiQe"j.52 Texas Tech 64, Texas 47 Baylor 70, Southern Methodist 51 •West Virginia 88., "WM-Mary 7C 'George _ Washington ' 72; 'Richmond 64 ' ' ' ..,,',. ,. . , Dartmouth 74, Harvard-56 Connecticut 65, New Hainpshirp .51 • 'Dtike 45, Clemson 41 Miami (Ohio) 56,. OVtio Uriiv ' 5^ (ot) Buqknell 80, Penri St.ate 67 Pitt 82, Carnesjie ech 73 Boston Univ 72, MIT. 55 Louisville 79, Bradley 66 Virginia 89, WasH^Lee'4fi DaPaul 69,* ,Notre"'^Darno CP victory over Harvard and 3iike edged Clemson 45-41 in a light Atlantic Coast Conference iiissle. Majrquette blasted Valpevaisp 96-74 for* its llth consecutive suc- ce?s. DePaul handed Notre-Dame :ts ninth defeat in 13 games, 69-6R. Virginia snapped a seven-game losing streak ,by rolling-over-Washington and Le 89-46. In tonight's most important game,, top-ranked North Carolina State faces fourth-rated /.North Carolina. Other "contests pit Xavi er of Ohio at Dayton, South Caro .iina-at.-Wake Forest .and Yale a Army. St. Louis Coach Has 5-Year Pact Spring Hill Wins 2 of 3 From Bradtey Spring Hill cage teams won 2 out of 3. games last night 'fromf Bradley in the Spring Hill Gym. Roy Garner hit for 9 and iRay Garner had 8 to lead the Spring IHill Junior boys to a 27-19 -win. larrist had 6 for Bradley. iBradley Senior girls edged out 42-27 victory with Copeland get- ing U and Burks 10. Linda Galio- vay was high for Spring Hilliwitti 7. Coach Billy iMitche'E's 'Senior boys romped to a 09-48 tri.urnph vith Terrell Townsend hitting" the basket for 27 points and Bobby fompkins 19. 'Hammer had•'•21 jmd Shaver 14 for Bradley. Friday night, Garland City will come to Spring Hill with all proceeds to go to the March of Dimes Btoik Resigns as Coach of West Point The schedule of Soiunar. Periods, as, printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's Soiunar Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cOver during these times, ii you w'sh to find the best sport that-each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begun 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 somewhaf shorter duration. A. M, P.M. Minor Major Minor Majo: Monday BilB 2iOO ; 8:30 2:20 Tuesday Wednes S;00 2:45 9:40 3:25 Thursday 10:20 4i05 Friday 11:05 4:50 Saturday 11:50 5:35 unday 12:05 6:20 ST. LOUIS CAP) —The St. .Louir. Hasvks basketball team, sometimes called the graveyard of •'coaches, could have the same pilot lor the next five years. Fiery Ben Kerner, who has disposed of coaches four times in .23 ; nignths, has made an about face and offered the job to Easy Ed MaCauley, who no ( ;,v has it, ,w.ith a five-year contract and ;a .total salary "in excess <?f $100,000.- Easy Ed has until-.Feb. .15 to make 'his decision, he told snorts-; wr|tei'S'Tuesday at a dinner. -'•> By ED'CORRIGA N Associated Press Sports Write WEST POINT N.Y. (AP),. — Army .today , began" the '16ng"7;ciues for a new -football coach and ath letic directoi' while failing to thro\ •f, clue: on the rpystery of why i coach 1 on'top of 'the world shoul abruptly quit. . * Earl (Red) -Blaik, fresh from a undefeated season and the toas of the coaching set for his "lonel end", offense last year,' resigne Tuesday,-" effective Feb. JLpr 'h 62nd birthday, after ,18 years wit Army. <•' , 'His' only" reason: ' r "This? is .: the proper time 9:15 3:05 lOiOO 3:50 10:40 4:30 11:20 5:-10 • 5:55 12:35 6:40 Funcrdl Directors Ambtuande Service Burial Association OAtCCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lm-c For Sal* Instruction DENTAL ASSISTANTS NEEDED We train women, ages 18-59, as Dental 'Assistants. Full or spare-time training. High School Education not necessary. Enroll now for short, inexpensive course, FREE employment service. •EARN UP TO $12.00 A DAY For lull information, without obligation, write . . . SCHOOLS OF DENTAL NURSING Box S c/o Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 12-3tc ALUMINUM screens/ doors, storm Windows', weather « 'stripping, Insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing, -Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-6867!' ' ' ' ,9-tf 3 SMALL' tracts of land near town suilaible for chicken farms. • 80 acres timber "land two miles out of Foreman, Ark.- See- -Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4001. 19-tf '51- OLDS four door. A-l Condition. New tires, radio and heater. $495 Will-arrange financing.'Call -72487. • 2-tf SEVERAL ideal building sites at Rocky Mound. J. H. Pickard. Phone 7-2950. • 8-6tp YOUNG Parakeets. Mrs. Roy Mill- llns, Shovor Springs Road. 12-3tp The Negro Community Esther Hick* Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day When you give, take to yourself no credit for generosity, unless on deny yourself something in order that you may give — Henry Talor. Calendar of Events Church Conference Rev. J. S. Mongan, pastor of Bethel AME Church is asking all members of the church to be present Thursday, Jan 15 at 7 p.m. The Hopewell PTA will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, Jan 14, at 7 p.m. All members are asked to be .present. The-5 South west District Congress Chorus will appear at Blevin Training. School, Blevins, Sundaj Jan. i8 at 7:30 p.m. The publi is invited to attend. MOTEL MANAGERS NEEDED: Men, women, couples urgently needed. High earnings. High School education not necessary. Short, Inexpensive course. Spare time training, Free booklet. WRITE MILLER INSTITUTE Giving address, occupation and telephone number Box S, c/o Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 12-3t Wanted :WANT.AD .RATES;" S ' , i 4 ^ All'" Wont Ads ore poydb e In idvante but ,ads will be accepted ov>ef the tslophoiHe-ortd ac'.omoda-•• tlon accounts,, allowed with the urt- deMtandinfl 'the -account Is jwyoblti When .'Statement, is rendered. Number • " Ohe' Three Sly Of, Words! 'Day Days -Days Up to-15 .43 • .90 1.50 IA to 20 ,oO.< 1.20 2.00 21 to'.25' , .75 ' I'.50 2.50 26 to 30 .90 1.PO 3.00 31 to ,35 (.05 2.10 3.50 36 'to 40' 1.20, -2.40 '4.00 41 to -45 1.3S 2.70 4.50 46' .to .50 1.50 . 3.00 5.00 On*'' Month 4.50 6.00 7.50; - 9.rfgi 10.50 , 12.00, 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED .DISPLAY 80c per Inch (JNE co.untor and one floor show case, scale and cash register. ..-Cheap Call 7-2847, WO'Wcst 4th Street. 12-3lc BOiiS •D''A'R.C posts at my farm near- Oakhaven-. L. J. Hampton. P ( R 17-4932. 13-6tp ELEVEN month old Cocker. Span iel. Female, golddn red; Subject to .registration. $5. Phone 7-2129 . l.,tlrne' ;.,.,n, ouc per mwi 3 times , 65c,per jnch • « tjrnes ; ,-..,.„" ' SSc per inch Rates quoted '.above are .for. con secutlve Insertions. Irregular or skip 'date •ads will' take the one-day rate. All daily classified-advertising copy will be' accepted until 5 . p.m. foy publication the following day, 5 V The.publisher reserve's the right to revise or edit.' aM advestlsements of fered for publication and to relect any ob)ectionable advertising submitted. " . ' Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, sLich as, house or telephone numbers count as one.wOrd, The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors/'are called- to oUr _ attention., after FIRST inwllon of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343 jg- Notice s Buy - We Sell - W«-R«I REAL ESTATE R. D. FRANKLIN COMPAJTT A. P. Deloney, Manager Howard Collier, Salesman rr-« Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Ptest Consolidated -January 18, 1929 JOOAL agent to sell the famous White Cross plan issued by Bankers Life and Casualty 'Co. Leads furnished. Write P.O. Box 55SO oil- Phone TE 6-9343, Camden, Ark. 1-mo-c Male Help Wanted aOVING7 Long Distance Call Collect 592. Free Estimatei, Lower •Hates, Have Vani — Will Tr»v«l PRESCOTT TRANSFER CO. PRESCOTT. ARKANSAS Publishetl everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO.' -' Mrs.' C.' E.'Palmer; President ' Alex. H. Washburn, Soey-Trei, f ' at The -Sror Building V. 212-14 South Walnut- Street Hope, Arkansas ^ IB-tt (SAILESIMiAiN to establish route. Car necessary, experienced man. preferred. See Mr. 'Nosacka at Toggery Shop, 107 S. Main, Hope 12-3tp BARHAM Brothers House Movers. Insured and, free estimate. Write Barham. Brothers Gale, Arkansas. 21-1 Mo. Alex. H? Washburn, Editor & Publish*! Paul H. Jonos, Managing Editor Donal Porker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under'the Act of March-3, 1897. Member of the. Audit Bureau of Circulations For .Rent CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way, To Do 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 yoyr cost, EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 dqys .. 90c — 6 days ., 1.50 withdraw from college sp'"'ts, o.s 'to overstay a coaching career is .ynthinkable"." ' ' ' To a man. Army brass said they were" caught gompletel'y fhitfooted. ; Ohe : -high-West Point officer said "We were so, surprised that, we ha'veS.nOjJ one', else . in, mind. We're wide 'open'" for' all "applications !' ..There are several •« theories about Biafk'sCresigrvatjon. ,'.'•. " It' has" been said "he has a bat! stomach and .,|he steadily increasing pressures pf the game arc get- t'iflgi to be to much. It has alsp .been said he was at the end of his ,rope -trying to convince the brass Army should play post-season .bowl" games "and thus gain ^ditianal' prestige. And it has .been said he wanted to bq able tp have prospective players lutorejl before -"taking the entrance examinations just as Navy has been doing. *' - The last, two offer- the most log}cal reasons. At the end of- last season, when Army compiled a reco'rd of eight victories, no da,feats and one ,Ue, the Cadets werp certain bowl -timber. But the policy oFhigher ups was against' H, As for the tutoring of player? before entrance, the NCAA acknowledged last week thpt the Service academies ha,d. s.pecia.1 problems and therefore" could see no ha,rm in ^he tutoring. It »s pos- §ib]e ^lajk, pointed this out to the brass, got a turndown 'and decide^ The Charmetts Social Club wil meet in the home of Mrs. Arlhut line Bradford on the Rocky M'ound Road Thursday, Jan. .'15 at 7:30 ip;m. All members >are urged to ibe - .present. qbituary Notice Curtis Towers, son of Mr. and Mrs. -Foster Towers of Texarkana died .Sunday night, Jan. 11. ,' y; ;Fuheral arrangements will be announced by the Hicks Funeral Jlorhe 'Inc, •-Births OVIr. and Mrs. William Muldrew of Hope announce the arival of a batoy boy, .porp Tuesday morning, Jan. 13, 1959, NAME Ho, of P«yi M l» TQ Run BOX NO, ,. to call it ... After expressing his regrets a^t leaving the"Academy, and noiritinp Quinn Finally Receives a Promotion By CHUCK CAPALDO Associated Press Sports Writer MILWAUKEE, Wis, (AP) — The only thing that eluded John Quinn in his 14 years as general manager of the Milwaukee Braves was a promotion. Tuesday, after twice being passed over when bigger, better paying jobs became available in the Braves' front office, Quinn bolted to the Phillies at a healthy increase in salary. His title will be the some as it was with the Braves—vice president and general manaaor. HU pay will jump from $22,500 to around $35,000, Quinn termed the change "the biggest decision I ever made in my life," Before Quinn took the Braves in 1945, they hadn't won a National League pennant in 'il years and hadn't finished in the first division in 10, Under his Braves won LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service, Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc died several hours after the accident. All svere residents ot Groes- bcck. -0 FURMS'H'ED.,;'apartment. 'Dial 73791, Middlebrooks Grocery. 14-3tp out the sports., position of Army " , the "present time, there is no personal -commitment to any future plan, though "within a rea, sonable time I ?ha}i accept onp Of s.eveyaj .opporjuplties either ip television or business. Bight now, fJ4rs. Blaik and I are going to take a short vacatom." V ,4-H Achievement Banquet '.Held at Y e rger High School The 4-(H Club Achievement Banquet' was held Jan. 12 in Yerger High Lunchroom beginning at 7:30 p.m., with Sylvia W,ade, council president, presiding, The program opened.with a song led by r the county - song leader, iNancy Jo Scott, Shover Street 4-H Club; invocation, (Rev, F. R. Wil' Hams, .pastor of Garrett Chapel •s%2™**. izss i± s,',r; ta =e"V".p=™,r:;3-* mie . t . , Blevins-Iron Springs Club. Forestry Cam-p report was made toy Leo James'Smith of Oak Grove. A duet was rendered by Nancy Jo Scott and Brenda »Bostie, Speaker for the occasion was 'Mrs, U,'"P, Grigspyj topic discuss^ ed "A-Scientific Approach To An Open -Mind/' Some very important points were .brought out, A main event of the program •was the presentation of awards by Mrs, Alcoja Wade, county council •adult leader, Those repeiying awards were as follows: Achievement ~> L .eo SrnUh and Sylvia Wad,e; Bread Cemonstra? tion •=- Bertha Johnson of Antioch; Canning — Rosje Capel of Pieyins UPSTAIRS furnished apartment, 3 large rooms with .private bath, 203 High St. Phone 7-3174, • 14-3tc Wanted to Buy •Subscription Rotas (payable 'In advancy) By carrier In Hope and neighboring • i towns — Per week .. ............................ * .30 Per .year ......... v> ., ................. ? 460 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Coun-^ ties — '. One ,month , ...... . ......... ,.,..,.„. ? ••* Three .rnonths' .............. ,.....,,',• , '.,*••* --$!«. .monthi.K.. ,,.,'...,,.,..v ..... ,,...;/-;) 3 -\° ' One year ;?!;,.,..„„.„.; .......... -,- f .-*-*[ All .other mall — One month ..... :?„ ..... , ......... ,-.•». -' Three* months . u ...... ,..,.. „•. Six months ; ....................... One year .•..,.„., ...... ;....: .80 D:RY peas or Seed Store. all kinds, :Hare's 7-tf 'QIRO0EIRY store or service station or conrbinaiion, Either in city or neighborhood location,^ Write Box K, c/o Hope Star,'Hope, Ark. 12-Qtp able direction, the a world champion- the first division 12 timos, hey also developed a farm sys- em second to none. The resignation of the raiWhin, 0-year-old, Boston irishman with raggy features- l?ft in its wake ;enuine sprrow among Braves' lersonnei. "He made us what wo are to- lay," said ope front office cm- >loye, "t}e won't be easy to re- ilace,' 1 Services Offered LET us renovitt y«w old , nut- tress. We specialist to pr«§«urt-, zed Innersprlng, COBB MATTRESS .SHOP 71J West ttb, Phone 7-: RALPP Montgornery Market, pup- torn, slflughteriijg, -We.,l»«v« ,mw< for your. 4e?p ,<r*«**. ?*• u» :.)>*• J fore buying.' ,17-1* Mat'l Advertisfns Hepreientativei; t Arkansas' Dailies, Inc.. 16° 2 Sterlfk Bldg', Memphis "I, T«nn.J 505 Texas BanK Bldg,, Dallas X. -Texas; 360.N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York (V, N. Y<; ^763 PenobsQOT Bldg,, Detroit 2, Mich(f Terminal Bldg., OkkMomo. City 2, Okla. -J 3 Member of The Awoetated Pr«««; The Associated Press is entitled ex- clusiyely to the use for republlcatlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news ( dispatches, ' SPAf ES FLORIST 308 So. Spruce •< • PROMPT DELIVERY • Phone 7-2426 All Hours CKefk Cgsh Money Here's How Yow Your Total Cost,., Up & IS^words l§ ts ?0 word? §1 to ?§ wp^f .^toMwc'd? 3f& 3S f wnh 36 tQ4iltfOr^ - 4i tg 4S words • 6 Tirosi 1.SQ Spraetimes Best Scenes Are Cut Out his work, language unpoetjc and unfit fpr home consumptipv each time he muffed a line. When Qalvin finished cutting, his r^ marks were both poetic aijq (AP)— Tom Gajyin that some trf lifp's mo?t scenes tn^l 'up oij g film cutting room plan. If the nation's cejebritie? appear " >fhe renewrjed novelist who a. .gl8i§s pf w|ji5¥y. un4er his arid h°iste4 it frequently during a filmed interview in his home scissors mad? hjm lool- like a 3J9 1§,Q9 to" best advantage pn '"£od,ay" program, they can Calvin, who has been careful^ guarding their reputations af ,s^- peryjsiijg Qlm edUpr <4 the shov "since it went o,n the air sgyep ye4rs ^<&C- With the promise th&t no woyld J?,e rcygaled, Galvii> r(jrn]|)||c|flB t^e other day. catted: . re/ :ron Springs: Clothing — Jacque- yn Hicks of Shover Street; Best 3ress r— Jfarma. Hfll of Nolen; Dress —'Ruby M.itchel of ^levins; Work Garment — Shirl'ey "^angston of BJevins - Iron Springs Electric — 'Lemuel Wado, of Blev,ns , iron Springs; pprestry — Roosevelt Snowden of Nolen; Preparation — Annie Snow- SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO,) Sales and Service.. 613 '.East Jrd. L. E, Booth, Phong PR 7-6995, 5-14-tf GOOD bargains, Buy, sell, trad.e or refinish your -furniture at iny shop, Paul Pudney, Washington, Arkansas, 234=m-c I ROACH - HUGHES INSURANCE Auto • Fir* • Mff * Casualty 108 , 8rd, . Hope, Ark den, of Nolen; Field Crops — J, W, Scott of Nolen; Frozen Fop.ds Wilhelmina Smith of Blevins; Gardening — tferrnaj* Banks of pojumtous; Jfeajth — ,Aria William§qt} pf Antioch; Home improve ment =- Bvenda Richie of POWER Saw man for removal of trees, stumps and etc, For free estimate call 7-4052, 30-1-roo-c REGISTERED iLandrace -Boar service, Contact 'Cy Arkansas. 14-6tp Real Estate for Sale 'Iron Springs; jfybrid Corn — Min- uep T4ay Jr., of Clow; prominent in cap ppJHics who, &efii dozing |h# TY reparfcsr ^sfced her Qetyifl'S goljant si hs>x appear wide etnjjftenj no|$ i«ha. ?l4er statesman wfio wa by a violent and unpon trollable itch before the cameras Qalvin ma<le sure he didn 1 scratch once on the home screen C/alvin has been a celpbrit watcher since 19?5, when he be came film editor for a nuwsrccj. jny at the age of 15. his wo,rk wt'h fiim has stood n in gwd stead 'Wljen vie- in| TY 9t home. When h.is highly Joined eyes wakch a fi|ai94 si«ov, csm tell when it's ejj^sUy U .^nds bsiore the ,w?mKiefciul b/eak— and thus gets a hegd start |p|-the b^er Jn lh? refvigej-ator. Leadership — Charles Plock of Anliqch and Sammie Tyree of BJevins • Ivfln Springs; poultry — SH ti y - lFOSTER Conservation Choice of the Country gentlemen A home set apart by its cha,JTn, on, IVa .acres of landsgape^ shady grpund, 2 bedrooms, 1JY» ing room, dining room, Jqtehen with, pantry and b,uiU-ins, .laj'ge 35' jj 27' pine paneled det), at. tached garage, air pondition window units. Just about per* feet in every way, locatpd on U. S, Highway #67 past. The Monts country home. Call us for particulars and, to see this lovely home, COMPANY WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpvyooo by TruoK Load ciit In WoQd» or HAROLD HENDRIX Phon? PR M32i 16th A UwUlana, HPP<?. ArK> MATTRI5SES Inle 9ni Qty lirvlst DAVIS Fyrniturt i Mflttrt if Cy, W l»4 iim WPU; Soal end •— Chestey cheatham of Colymbus " Japnes Walker of Mc- COW, "Akla. iff) — rkhs 4ai seyev^i tw* cw't get rid , jt to paskJU and Tractor Care — John Johnson oi 'Antioch. Outstan.dmg Adult Leaders: A. L_. D,yf/i,e and JWrs. AmiJee Smith of Oak Grflve; Special Service Award Leaders. ~ M'rs. Florence EJlon Draper, Mrs. J3. Richie, iftogor ; Qu.t.staadmg 4-H Clubs Grove, Champion Clufb; Ch.apjU'1, Powers, Shpyer Hope, Arkansas phone ppospect Herndon-Cornelivii Funergl Homf and Burio! Ambulance Stnrfcf Fi?nial§ Help Wanted 2 WAITRESSES, Ap«ply at mond Cafe. 7-,34?0, 30-tif wint&r bills? g,e an . Street, (CoAurnfeus, There wer# 5§ perspns . g. Snjllb. aAtJ Miss %, L. Ford, oww^y Ag*ots, said tfee hpwwJs- *fl ack4 tajriaefs sr^wtoUofts of , substantial inconig immediately. Ropresent Avon m s neiigbborlmo4 tynltgr,y. Vf you, Opcjiiflgs in, B,ois Township Rt-dlund and fteRvans, npeessury, -Write Phone PR 7,5570 UOCAU MOVING and HAULING G t t t Mcveri • t * Tranter Co, 415 fait

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