Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 48, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 26, 1989 Page: 28 of 44
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D-e—THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Springs, Texas, Sunday, February 26,1989.
NEW and nearly bargain prices
clothes for the whole family.
JEANS A more things! At BAR-
GAIN BASEMENT prices. Hwy
11, Martin Springs. We buy, sell A
trade. For appointment call 885-
SIDEWALK SALE: Saturday &
Sunday. Bargain Basement is clear-
ing out winter clothes to make
room for new spring A summer
bargains. Coats $5 each, dresses,
skirts, sweaters, blouses, mens
shirts A sweaters $2 each. Also,
large table of miscellaneous to $1
each. Overalls A coveralls dis-
counted $2 each. Hwy 11, Martin
YARD SALE: Lots of goodies. Fri-
day A Sunday. 1528 Holiday Dr.,
Sul. Spgs._ " . 1
Farm Equipment 32
FOR SALE: IH 574 diesel tractor,
52 h.p. Clean and original, 1800
hours. All the extras. IH 584 with
loader, 1200 hours, good rubber,
good condition. Call R.L. (Butch)
460 INTERNATIONAL ttaclOf. 6
cylinder with 3 pt. hookup. Runs
good. $2100. 582-2225.
ROUND HAY RACKS, stedl pipe.
$60. $75 A $80. Panel*,& gates. V5
mile east of 19 overpass, south
service road 1-30. 885-2576.
ROUND HAY RACKS, M0. $75
A $80. Panels A gates. 69 south of
Como, first house on right, past
Black oak Church. 866-2377.
CUT RATE MOBILE HOMES.
Hwy 69 A Point. Tx. 214-598-
3106. Open 7 days a wfc£k. Sun-
days 11-3. We sell clean, used
mobile homes. Our prices start at
$3000 and up. We sell for lest. We
sell for cash. Some remodeled.
Some just cleaned up. 30 day war-
ranty on all remodeled homes.
Price includes delivery, block A
anchor within 100 mile radius.
DIVORCE FORCES TO SELL:
Take over payments on a 3 bed-
room 2 bath. 1-800-284-0478.
FOR SALE: 12x64, 2-2, good con
HOLIDAY RAMBLER, 1986, 31
ft Presidential, loaded, looks new.
Cost $26,000, sell $15,750. Health
1-30 RV at Exit 122. Complete
recreational vehicle repair Paris &
supplies. Now state inspections! All
1988 nailers discounted- 885-0770.
Motor Homes 38
FOR SALE: 1973 Winnebago. 24
ft., oversized generator, 2 air con-
ditioners, good condition. $8500.
Livestock _ 40
250 head quality hoistein springers.
Due to freshen in March. Bred to
registered hoistein bulls. We also
specialize in 300-800 lb. open
heifers. All home raised. Ask for
FOR SALE: 110 head top quality
hoistein heavy springer heifers,
weight 1100-1300 lbs. Cattle priced
very reasonable. W.K. Dodson &
Sons, 417-548-7606, Reeds, MO.
HATHCOX FARMS: Dealer in
dairy cattle since 1936. Heavy
springing holsteins on hand, as well
as open and shortbred. Now selling
1 WOULD like to buy ap-
piDximately 12 Holstein heifers at
6 to 8 months old. 885-8982.
ROPING STOCK. II head Lon
ghom cross! Fresh. Excellent horns.
SERVICE AGE registered Simmen-
tal bulls. Sec at Hotel Vet Clinic,
Hwy. 11, Winnsboro, Texas. 214-
WANT TO BUY: Downer cows,
bad-eyed cows, crippled cows and
horses. I also BUY and SELL
slocker cattle, baby calves, horses,
hogs, sheep A goats. Call Edward
Denton, 962-3093 or 962-3966.
WANT TO BUY: Baby calves from
dairies. Will pick-up. Call collect
405-489-7257 or Nancy Collins.
Box 508, Cement. OK 73017.
FREE PUPPIES: Part Husky A
part German Shepherd. Call 885-
0162 or 383-2779._
FOR SALE: Blue Heeler, female, 1
year old, $50. Call 885-7443.
FREE PUPPIES: Part Miniature
Dachsund, 4 months old. 885-9344.
FOR SALE: Pomeranian, very
playful and very good with child-
ren. Call 383-2590. _
FREE: Two pretty black cats, ap-
proximately 6 months of age. desire
permanent home. 885-0174.
MUST find good homes for 3 fam-
ily cats. 2 females, both good
mousers, 1 male almost full
Siamese. 225 Morris Drive.
Registered Rottweiler Breeding
Service. Call 214-488-3546 or 488-
TWO free puppies. Part German
Shepherd A Spitz. 885-0252.
TOY POODLE puppies, apntot,
AKC registered. $100 886-8836.
Want To Buy ‘ , 60
WANT TO BUY: Motor for riding
mower. 10 h.p. or larger. Call 885-
9226 after 6 p.m.
WANT TO BUY: Good, used
manure spreader. Call 214-866-
Lost ______ 63
LOST Black Lab Retriever with
tom left ear. Last seen ap-
proximately 3 miles east of
Birthright on Fm 71. Answers t
“Jake . Reward! Call 214-383-
LOST: Pit puppy, white, right eye
has brindlc spot, brindle stripes on
back A chest Vicinity of Azalea
Lane A Woodcrest. 885-7553.
LOST in Birthright area. 1 year old.
female German Shepherd-Husky.
She has one blue eye and one
brown eye, and a brown collar with
tags. Call collect, 214-945-2935.
Who reads classifieds? You do—as
well as numerous other people, so
call 885-8663 and place an ad for
diliun. Will deliver.
HAVE GOOD CREDIT? 3 bed
room, 2 bath, mobile home for sale.
Assume payments A move. Call
885-3337, if no answer, leave mes- -*|
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS: Extra
nice 3 bedroom 2 bath 1200 sq. ft.
Set up in nice location. Easy terms.
Low equity. 1 -800-284-0478._
FOR SALE: Coachman cabover
camper with Ch-A, sleeps 4, fully
equipped with bath. Very good
condition. Sell or trade for boat.
FOR SALE: Lake lot on Bob
Sandlin with camper. Ready to use!
14 x 70. 3-2. large
kitchen, storm windows
214 442 7620
Load of Springing
Sunday, February 19th
& Wednesday, February 22nd
For The Finest In Quality
2106 8. Broadway
Sulphur Springs. Tezaa 75482
$99 DOWN V
Allianc* Homes, he.
Payments start at $150 par
ALL breed dog grooming at PET
PALACE, 232 Connally. 885-6440
I Sunday A Monday
DOG GROOMING CANINE
BOUTIQUE 1013 Gilmer St, Suite
E, Sunset Plaza By appointment
Suzanne Lindley. Office 885-5520.
FREE cuddly puppies Call 885-
FREE Bird dog pups. Ready to
start Call 485-5731 before 9:00
am. after 7.00 pm.
FREE Lab puppies Days 763-
4784. after 6 pm 383-2475. __
FOR SALE: AKC Rottweiler pup-
pies. Very good bloodlines. Health
guaranteed far 10 days. 214-866-
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FOUND: Large pan Chow A Ger-
man Shepherd dog Wearing collar,
no tags, on Main Street. 885-9749
FOUND: Ladies ring, in Walmart
Parking lot. Call A identify. Call
885-0610 before 1 pm
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results, when placed in The News-
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LONDON (AF) —
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Michael were named beat
CITY RV CENTER. Hwy 19
North. New and wed travel sailers,
camper sms, pant, supplies. ser»-
ks-to*; Closed Tuesdays
k hook-ups, private
fishing Wee. HILLCREST VIL-
LAGE. l-»wmt Call 885-9136
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. Priced to sell. 185-4178.
Burt’s back on ABC, but
NBC still leads networks
NEW YORK (AP) — Burt
Reynolds returned to the small
screen last week, and television
viewers were apparently mighty
His two-hour movie “B.L.
Stryker,” part of ABC’s rotating
“Mystery Movie,” ranked 13th in
the weekly A.C. Nielsen ratings.
That's better than the other two
movies in the series — Peter Falk’s
’Columbo.” which had stiff com-
ition from CBS’ “Lonesome
jve," and "Gideon Oliver,"
which premiered Monday night.
Last week was uneventful,
despite being part of the February
sweep — one of four months a year
when local stations' ratings are
measured and networks pile on the
specials to help affiliates. There
wasn’t a movie or miniseries in the
top 10, and NBC’s series won the
Without big events, viewing
numbers were back down slightly
below normal. The three networks
had a combined audience share —
percentage of sets in use — of 67.
The season average has been 68.
Three-network shares had soared
into the 80s earlier this month for
Next to “B.L. Stryker,” NBC
had the highest-rated movie of the
week, “Swimsuit,” at 20th. The
first part of ABC’s “Passion and
Paradise” two-parter did not inspire
passionate ratings. It ranked 51st
NBC made it 35 in a row after
winning the week ending Feb. 19
with an average, prime-time
13.1 and ABC 12.2. Each ratim
with a rating of 26.2 and a 41
share; “A Different World,” NBC;
”60 Minutes.” CBS; "Golden
Girls,” NBC; "Cheers,” NBC;
“Murder. She Wrote." CBS;
’•Rosearme," ABC, "L.A. Law”
NBC; “Empty Nest,” NBC; and
“Hunter.” NBC, lied with “Who’s
the Boss?” ABC.
The lowest-rated were; “A Man
Called Hawk,” “Tbur of Duty,
Nielsen rating of 16.2. CBS had a
households with televisions.
The top-rated shows of the week
“The Cosby Show,” NBC.
Religion in the news
By JAMES HANNAH
Associated Press Writer
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP) —
Equipped with protective lighting
filters, a library basement at Wit-
tenberg University is home to one
of the nation's largest collections of
the religious works of Martin
Luther, leader of the 16th century
Some materials in the collection
are more than 500 years old. Some
of the documents we kept in a safe.
All require special permission to
was a professor of
theology at the University of Wit-
tenberg He was the leader of the
Reformation, a religious movement
that led 10 a schism m the Catholic
Church and the both of Protestan-
tism His translation of the Bible
into German helped create the
modem German language.
The Wittenberg collection boasu
numerous pamphlets written by
“Thu u what really spread the
Reformation throughout Europe
because these would go to pastors
in small towns throughout Europe,”
she said. “And that s the way the
word would spread.”
Along with the 1478 Bible and
the original Luther letter, die col-
lection includes a Bible Luther
translated from Latin into German
in 1555. a Luther translation of the
1 service from Latin into
a 1570 church order
by the government on
church services were 10 be
collection has held up well, with
the bindings being virtually in
“ if they we scaled
often done on linen, which lasts in-
definitely. Covers of the books are
made of embossed pigskin or of
parchment. which is dried
Ms. Entdrf said fluorescent light-
ing in the library basement has spe-
cial shields to reduce the ultraviolet
light and protect the works.
“We don’t have climate control
yet, but we’re working on it,” she
said. “You need to keep it (the
humidity) down in the summer and
up in the winter. It has to be level.”
Dolphin Cove,” "Wert
“Almost Grown," “Smothers
Brothers,” “Pete’s Dragon,"
“Murphy’s Law," “HeartBeaT and
"A Fine Romance.”
The “CBS Evening News" con-
tinued to win in the news race. Last
week’s numbers couldn’t have been
much closer, though,
tenths of a rating
News Tonight” had an 11J and 20;
“NBC Nightly News" had an 11.1.
Here are the top prime-time tele-
vision ratings as compiled by the
A.C. Nielsen Co. for the week of
Feb. 13-19. A rating measures the
percentage of the nation's 90.4 mil-
lion TV names.
1. “The Cosby Show.” NBC.
26.2 rating, 23.6 million homes.
2. “A Different World." NBC.
24.1,21.7 million homes.
3. ”60 Minutes." CBS. 23.1,
20.8 million homes.
4. “Golden Girls,” NBC. 22.8,
20.6 million homes.
4. "Cheers,”. NBC. 22.8, 20.6
It’s a real treasure for
scholars," said Regina Entorf, spe-
cial collections librarian. "So many
of these things have been lost
through fire and flood and bomb-
Ms. Entorf said the materials are
invaluable to scholars who need to
trace exact wording of important
documents in the intellectual his-
tory of the Western world.
"A surprising number of people
know that these are here.” she said.
“And we do have people come and
study them from time to time. A lot
of these things are irreplaceable.”
The collection boasu about 350
books, pamphlets and prints, in-
cluding all of Luther's collected
worts from the 16th ceotury The
oldest is a Bible printed i* 1478,
only 23 years after the Gutenberg
Bible was printed on the world's
first printing press.
“It's a very beautiful thing," said
Ms. Entorf. "It's in the safe, as is a
letter that Luther wrote." The letter
is to a parishoner and answers
questions about eating meal sacrifi-
ced to idols.
She said the Wittenberg col let
non is one of the largest in the
country. Other Luther collections
include those at the Foiger
Shakespeare Library in Washington
and at Stanford University.
Some of the Wittenberg works
were pan of the original collection
at the school, which was founded in
"Of course, the people are
heavily Lutheran,” said Ms. Entorf.
“People just kept these books
forever. And we've had a lot of
gifts through the yean. We've
educated pastors from the very be-
ginning of our history.”
Wittenberg lakes tfs name from
the University of Wittenberg
founded in Germany in 1502 by
Frederick the Wise, a lifelong
protector of Luther against the
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first ruuer-up honors during the Bine and Gold Invitational DriB
Team Contest held in T>ier last week. The two Snlphnr Springs High
School stodenu performed individual routines earning ‘
to put them in competition far the Min Blue and Gold,
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