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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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toft Six HO PI I T A t, MOM, ARKANSAS Friday; Juflt If* 1M1 First Baptist Church Plans $400,000 Structure \ / /-', :«a h;**. •A • .i- 1 '/-.-"' "'•"-> v •% :..• ••\ ;---fl-/ '°'L ^ " A Short Short Storv . SPY CHASE By J. HARVEY BOND .. It was the end of the line for Roberto, an international spy. He had been granted sanctuary in a .foreign country, one for which ha had stolen secrets, and now he had decided to write a book to expose the workings of the professional espionage organization which had hired him. -/Roberto knew that ht£ formei colleagues would try to kill him but he believed he could outsmart them. He hired several special bodyguards who worked on day and night shifts to protect him from assassins. The guards worked in teams of four, one man stationed on each side of the rmall cottage in which ttobcrto lived and worked. A guard could walk from one corner to.the next and peer around the corner to sec if the man on that particular side was alert. Roberto did not trust anyone, THIS IS THE ARCHITECT'S VIEW OF THE PROPOSED new 5400,000 building program at First Baptist Church. The architect's drawing was photographed by the Star. The buildings are desianed to harmonize with the church sanctuary and when completed will sive a much better view of the 'Tiain structure. First Baptist Church has adopted a recommendation authorizing | the drawing of detailed plans and specifications for construction of Little Rock Breaks Long Loss Streak BV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When a baseball player gets n bonus of more than $110.000 he's expected to produce, and that's just what Dave Nicholson did lo help Little Rock break a five- game Southern Association losing streak. Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK (API—Here is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Catherine: Water, clear Unit of a proposed over all and normal.. Bass fair on artifi- O educational plant on'the church property at Third and Main streets. The unanimous vote by the church came after weeks of detail study of preliminary plans submitted by the Architectural Department of the Sunday School Board of Southern Baptist venlion, Nashville, Tcnn., Norris J. Sparks, Little The 21-year-old outfielder from' architect. ^ St Louis blasted a three-run horn-! Unlt A Wl11 ei in the bottom of the lllh tol bnck structure, give the Travelers a 6-3 victory | mul Wil! over visiting Macon Thursday ; persons night. Birmingham stopped leaguo- and Rock be a two-story air-conditioned, 300 in the 'Various departments of the Sunday School, relieving present crowded and in- cial bait. Bream fair on crickets and worms. Lake Hamilton: Bass artificial and live bait. fair on Grapple fair on minnows. Bream fair lo good on crickets and worms. Lake Comvay: Water clear and normal. Bases fair on minnows and artificial bait. Bream fair on crickets, worms and "popping bugs, Lake Bull Shoals: Water slowly falling. Bass fair early and late on toptwatcr bait. Crappie fair on live minnows. Catfish fair on brow and willo limb lines. Lake Norfork: Cattish fair imb and throw lines. Lake Maumelle: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial and live bail. Crappie fair to good on live minnows. Bream fair to good on crickets. Lake Grccson: Water clear and normal. Black bass fair on lop water lures and live minnows. Lake Ouachila: Upper end dingy, rest of lake clear. Bass good early and iete on artificial bait. Crappio fair on minnows. Bream fair on crickets and worms. HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buytrs of Pine and Hardwood. Hop* Yard Prescott Yard Nth t La. N. on Hwy. 67 7-4321 88-72310 Htrndon - Cornelius Funeral Home and Burial Association Ambulance Servic* Two-Way Radio, Oxygen, Air Conditioned Phone PR 7-4686 FEEL THE DIFFERENCE Roberto feared for bis life. not even Hie men he hired to'pro- tect him. Therefore he specified that a check should be made by each guard at one corner or the uthcr at least every ten minutes. | Roberto believed it would take | longer than that to break into the j house, I cape. Then one morning, Roberto did not arise. Investigating officers broke into the house and found i him murdered. They also found j un unlocked window on each fide I of at leading Chattanooga 5-3, the Mo- adequate- conditions. Ihc new bile at Nashville double-header'""it will also house the church was rained out, and the Shrcve-' kitchen, dining area and music port at Atlanta game was called I'oom. because of ra-in at the end of thn | Construction cost has been esli- third with the Crackers leading muicA at $140,000 and the unit 3 . 0 i will lie located on the extreme Nicholson, who received the re-'eastern part of the present va- portcd six-figure bonus from Bal-! cant church property. The north timore, blasted a gopher ball be-lend of the building will be 17 yond the right-center fence after' feet south of Third street, extend- teammate Don Saner led off Lit- | ing south to within five feet of tie Rock's llth with a double and j the present educational plant. Bob Thorpe intentionally. walked Following completion of the ......... _. ->j . first unit, other sections will be Serving up Nicholson's fat pitch 'added including Unit B, a $95,000 was right-hander Hal Griggs-r, who chapel and education unit tying had been called in to face Nichol-jin with Unit A and extending at Windsor Castlo. No details were given. The queen mother is GO. Ford Recovers DETROIT (AD—Henry Ford II, chairman of Ihc Kord Motor Co., has recovered from his re cent illness and returned lo hi.s office. Ford had been ill sinco May 1.1 with infectious monomick osis, a blood corpuscles ailment. "Now, I told my wife, "I may not be a bird : dog but I can smell a sale a mile off. : I just got a big whiff: of air that tells me j there is going to j be a Whing Dinger ". in Hope, and I don't . want her to miss it, •• I may release a months budget to spend the first day. You'all watch for the BIG BIG SALE." You'll get the best buy on the best selling brand at your Chevy dealer's Track Roundup! r . , son in place of lefty commit murder and c* ^^ who took Dale Hen- i along Third i loss. i street. Street toward Main the house. Suspicion pointed all four sentries, but officers Macon had tied the score at 3-3 j The third major step in the in the top of the ninth, spoiling overall project calls for the clis- Don Bradey's prospective shutout mantling of the present cduca- and sending him to the shuweif., tional plant built in the early 30's The winner was George Stepano-; making room for Units C and D. vich, who hurled the last 1 innings for Little Rock. no one entered on my side." Brown, who watched the front door, said: "I dozed a little, just like Green, Jones and Smith. But I've been on jobs like this before. I know that the slightest unusual j more lhan . ?00 persons as w( ,u as sntmri will au.';*Wr»n mo Vn HKSMK- I . .., i. i.. j __i:..:ii— ,,c iu,. THE A.R.A. CHAIRMAN MAKE;; ; realized that only one was guilty | and he had arranged so that the ; others would be equally suspect, j A long period of questioning fol- ' lowed. I Green, who patrolled the north i side of the house, said; "those flashlight signals were useless. Half the time the signals weren't answered because the man you tried to contact was napping, or V,K,?S'XtaTSwl?S^H«™»y<|-V""^ "™ ™didn't see y uu . I'll admit I napped ~^ ^ ™ G ,. m , '' someone might . Thcre , s > as much L . vj(i(MK:C 2-3 These combined units arc expect } ed to be built simultaneously and — I will include a ?44,000 nursery building and a $117,000 additional educational space and offices. When the entire project is completed it will accomodate a Sunday School department of serve related activities of the sin could have walked past me.; cluu . ch anc( Sunday School. Even if the assassin thought we slept, he'd have been a iooJ u try to get past any of us." Actual construction work on the first new unit is expected to get underway within the next few The officers went in'o a huddle, i ww . ks and , JC cornp i e t c d early »U new double-blower unit adds a new kind of luxury |Q automotive air conditioning mm instant cooling that is extraordinarily quiet and that circulate* through and around all of your par interior. Here is limou- tint comfort, at economy cost «• whatever the car you drive. occasionally and hai'c slipped by me." The officers admitted that an : outsider could have clone the job, 1 but continued to question the sentries. Junes, stationed on the soujh .-idc of the liou.-.e, admitted that ilie sentries r-ftcn napped at night. his just as against Jones, Smith und Brown." Baseball Green mouth should have kept >hut. but now that he's START AT $235 INSTALLED APPLIANCE REPAIR CO. 321 |. Tbiid St. Hope ratted. I'll admit it. 1 napped, but I was a li^ht sleeper. No one could have entered the house on my .''ide svithout waking me. Smith who watched the backdoor, \\<ji'.i: me no several times simply by Hashing his light." Smith, stationed on the east "That's where you're wronu," said the officer in charge. "The guilty man would be the one who tried to make it upprar ea-y for an assassin to enter the house. You tried to make it appear that an outsider could have walked past any oi the other sentries. The others insisted it couldn't be done." (THE END) Copyright 1961, by Newspaper Enterprise A'-.on. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — RalphBerry, Yankees, allowed seven hits, walked ju;:t one and struck out eight for a-j. Jl-innjng victory over Indians that put Yanks in first place. Hitting — Tommy Davis, Dodg- ; trs, kept Los Angeles in first place with three-run, two-out hom- jcr that beat Cubs G-3 in ,12th ill' nings. Cheuy Fleetside Pickup flow it's easier than ever to own America's easiest riding truck. And, thanks to their own special brand of Independent Front Suspension, Chevrolet trucks will keep on saving for you every mile you haul. B If you've been needing a new truck, but waiting a spell till the best buy came your way . . . wait no longer. It's truck roundup time and the best buys aru here as only the best seller can offer them. Just head for your Chevrolet dealer's full corral of bargains and take your pick. Put your truck dollars where the truck value is. With Independent Front^ Suspension smoothing the way, you'll find a Chevy truck is worth loads more to you. Drivers get less tired. Cargoes ride easier. And, best of all, your truck keeps going for extra thousands of miles. A good deal? YOIJ bet! Even more so now —during truck roundup time. Queen Mother Hurt the back part of the house, Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Danny Valdcz. 1126, LOK Angeles, slopped Tony I noticed thirl Jones wasiHerrera, 125, Los An.yclc.s. 8. Kd- /j. !>u< I knew he was a cie Garcia. r,r> Denver, knocko-1 frper. 1 didn't take a nap. j out Dinamila Kojas. 13:',, Tijuana, awake every minute and Mexico, 2. > 1 LONDON 'API—Queen Mother ;Klizi,-belh has fractured a small boni 1 in one fool and will bo lorci.-d to locego public engagements for several weeks, it .was announced today. A jirc:-::; statement from her Loll don residence, Clarence House. tuid the injury occurred Monday CHEVROLET «B* TRUCKS See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer '•»*«*9! YOUNG CHEVROLET 301 E, SECOND ST. HOPE, ARK. PHONE 7-2355

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