Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1954 · Page 6
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fostySays ^Toledo Will a Winner MOPI It Aft, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, January 32, lirt— Frosty Eng< . who compiled a record of 55 'Vletofles afgainst only 20 defeats Sight years at Aikansas State College, sjild yesterday he expects to tfreld a winning football team at To 'ledof tJntversily. ••SngTand, appointed athletic director and football coach at Toledo ftieSday, said he expects to build ft kin-l ol team thai the "school t 8ind the city can be proud of." -, The T-formalio<i peifectionist rc- tfeivcd a three-year contract calling for 88,500 annually He succeed Claire Dunn who resigned about a month, ago. Under the 41-year-old England's guiding hand, the Indians rolled to 'the first, undefeated season in the school's history last year. Slate fin- islied'wJlh nine victoiies and one Ue, England piloted the Indians to seven" <bowl games, the most re- Cent a 7-7 lie of Fast Texas State to th,o, Tangerine Bov.1 at Orlando, J?la., fast New Year's night. "DiVjCarl Reng, president of Arkansas,Stale, said the school hopes it> find a 'replacement by Feb. 1, When England leaves. Top Radio Programs , f , NEW YORK, M Selccled pro- i*' gfams tonight: NBC—7:30 Father knbwg Best 8!35 Eddie Cantor; 9:30 JaHe'-Plckens. . .CBS—7 Meet Millie; 7}30 Junior Miss; 8:30 Marlene Dietrich.' . ,ABC—8 Geo. Jessel; '8;3ft Review of Eisenhower Admin- "XiflStratlon. .' .MBS—7 Detective Dra- Mltia; 3:30 tittle Margie. Basketball By The Associated Preat Army 71. Penn. 46 siena 68. Vlllanova 58 Western Kentuckey 62 Tcnn. Tech 61 AbuAurn 80, Georgia Tech 65 Dayton 7, eton Hall 1 Southern Illinois 80, Northeast Missouri 0 Central (Mo.) 77, Culver Stoclon 65. 21 Pro-Reds to Be Declared Undesirables By C. YATES MCDANIEL WASHINGTON. I/PI The 21 American soldiers who have refus- to come home from Communist Corca will be declared "undesirable" and discharged tomorrow. The undesirable discharge papers or the prisoners of war who d<3- lined to be returned have been comploted by the Army after weeks if consultation with the Defence nd Stale depart monk. The action >vill convert the soldiers into vivi- lans "under conditions, other than lonorablt." The Pentagon chose this middle lourse in dealing with Ihe 21 lo avoid pcssible legal difficulties in he way of sterner action, and to eave a loophole for the men to lear themselves, should any of hem get back to the United tales. One month ago the Defense Department said that it had narrow- d the Army's choices of aclion gainst the men to i three: (1) Keep them on Army rolls and defer a decision for Ihe in- Some Demos Behind Ike in Treaty Power By JACK BELL WASHINGTON, UB— Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn) said today 15 to 20 Democrats are ready to "stand behind President Eisenhower" by voting against any constitutional change in treaty-making powers. Humphrey said In ah interview he believes the country's interest would be best served by defeating efforts of Sen. Bricker (R-Ohio) to change the Constitution. Eisenhower hVis said adoption of Brickcr's P r( BJ<K^teai amendment would make it almost impossible for him to deal with "foreign nations in many fields. Bricker 'says his proposal is aimed at shielding rights from treaty invasion. Lawyers do not agrae on how real the threat of such invasion is. .Republican leaders have been attempting compomisc with Briefer to eliminate provisions objectionable to the President, but Humphrey said that even if a coin- prom iso is rcacher.) a Democratic bloc will vote i> gainst it and against the Bricker proposal. "Pnriif.'oxlcallyn it may come down (o the point where we Democrats who are against this tampering -,vilh the Constitution make up the largest number of those in the Senate who arc willing to stand behind the President on this issue," Humphrey said. definite future; (2) give them un- dp«irablc discharges by administrative action of the Army secretary and 3 drop them from the Army's rolls as deserters. EXTRA SPECIAL! CLEANSER Sunbright or Crystal White Regular C I5c Size . ..:.,..:.. DC EXTRA SPECIAL SOFT TISSUE Extra Good Grade. 4 Rolls on)y ,29C Snowdrift 3 SPECIAL Large Size 22c CHILI KJNGAN'S PLAIN 25c IN OUR MARKET x WE HAVE PLENTY OF FRESH BUFFALO FISH FOR THIS WEEK END MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing » 29c GIANT SIZE Corn Flakes PET MILK 67c 5 Large Cans SIRLOIN, T-BONE, RIB AND SHOULDER ?<*'•< ROUND STEAK !b 39c GOOD FRESH BEEF LIVER * 39c - 25c ALL MEAT MIXED SAUSAGE GOOD FRESH BRISKET STEW MEAT Lb. EXTRA GOOD Chuck Roast RED TOKAY GRAPES u. IQc NICE CABBAGE 3c NICE JUICY ORANGES 29c YELLOW RIPE BANANAS 2 Lb S 25c Grapefruit Large Size 2 For 15C ., '1IU' •,-.,. . SWEET Potatoes Baking Size and MARK W* Deliver Phone 7*4404 $0*tfh Moin First Anti-Reds Reach Formosa Man Slays His Wife, Takes Own Life HARR1SBURG, OR— A husband boat his wife to death with a piece TAIPEH, Formosa (UP) The first batch 6f former Communist soldiers who chose to come to G6n- eralissimo Chiang Kai-shek's Formosan bastion rather than return to their Red homeland will arrive here Saturday it was learned today. Some 193 sick and wounded are i of wood and an axe in the presen- schedulee to arrive Saturday on ce of their six terror-stricken chil- seven military transport planes. A fleet of 14 American LST's and escort vessels, carrying the remainder of 14,209, will begin to arrive Sunday. Labor crews worked around the clock preparing the "Freedom Village," where the former prisoners are to be billeted for three months. dren and then killed himself with a shotgun near here yesterday. Poin&ett County Coroner Paul Thompson said the deaths of Mrs. Juanita Woodruff, 38, and John prisoners- that their- owners >-e fuse to lake them back," said Lt. Informed sources admitted that the, Gen. K. S. Thimayya. "Then ws unexpectedly early release of thc: will oper the gr.te and we will tell prisoners by Indian custodial forces our mcn to go bac k - 0 the j r ]j ne ." lad ,iot allowed tbe completion c-f living facilities here. Indian Guards to Walk Away From Zone The Indian chairman of Ihe Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission conceded that if the prisoners refuse to leave their compound it would create a problem since neither Allied no" Reci troops arc permitted to enter Korea's demilitarized zone. Thimayya told a news conference he planned to send mother letter to the Communist, high command PANMUN.IOM. (let— If the Com-iasking the Reds to accept the re- -nunints do not take back 349 pro-.turn cf the 21 Americans, 1 Bri- Red war prisoners—including 21 j Ion and 327 South Koreatis who Americans—Indian guards will open chose to stay with Ihe Communists Ihe gates of their neulral zone, high command asking the Reds stockade and walk away at mid- to accept the return of Ihc 21 night Friday, an Indian general said todr.y. 'First we will have to tell the Americans, 1 Briton and 327 South Koreans who chose the Communists. stay with Woodruff, 40, were "definitely murder and suicide." Thompson and Sheriff J. Lee Wright said a domestic quarrsl, whose cause wasn't learned Jed up to Ihe double killing. Wright said he happened to be near the Woodruff's 2 room house on the L'Anguille River when the slayings took place. Several of thej frightened Woodruff children had 1 run from the house afler their mo-j jlher was attacked and had stopped la motorJsl when Ihc sheriff saw I them. As he accompanied them to the house, he heard a shotgun fired. He found both adults dead outside the house. Mrs. Woodruff had a severe wound in the breast and a battered skull. Woodruff had blown away part of his head with a charge from a 12-gaug'e shotgun. The couple's oldest child, James Earl Woodruff, 10, told the officers his parents started quarreling inj the ki'.chen. Woodruff hit his wife with a piece of stove wood and the two moved onto Ihc back porch, still .arguing and fighting. Mi"3. Woodruff, the boy said, fell down and the father picked up a nearby axe and struck her with. Then he ran back into the house and returned witn a shotgun. He fired ono shot at Mrs. Woodruff and missed and then turned the weapon on himself. The sensation of color can be produced by pressure on the eyeball. Whalebone is part of the skin lining of the whale's mouth and has nothing to do with true bone. The far-north Mackenzie District of Canada has 40 to SO inches ol snow a year, only about half that of the Canadian Great Lakes area says the National Geographic Society. Read a Magazine Tonight FOR SMOKERS You'll find a complete stock of Cigarettes, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Lighters and many other items at Jack's News Stand. We carry a complete line of GIBSON GREETING CARDS A card for Every Occasion REMEMBER .... We have your favorite magazine and a complete stock for every member of the family. o DELICIOUS ICE CREAM • JACK'S NEWS STAND "Your Arkansas Gazette Agent" 100 S. Main Phone 7-2110 JANUARY 1 t's Terrific... Out They Go! Kir* Every man's suit in the house must be sold. Nationally advertised 100.% all wool. The famous Hampton-Heath suits in single and double breasted styles. Sizes 36 to 44. ] 02 of these suits to select from. ALTERATIONS FREE First Come First Served * .- -.il Values to . . $55.00 OF/" Every ladies coat in the house has got to go. Here's big news. 100% all wool, new 1953 and 1954 models. Nationally advertised brands such as Betty Jean, Ken Whitmore, and Mario-Debs. ALL ONE PRICE Values to . $55.00 Brand New Fall While 125 Last See these . . . brand new fall dresses ' that are values to $10.95. Sale starts Friday morning. Juniors, regulars, and half sizes. Terrific ... be at Owen's Friday morning early. • ONLY 7 OF THESE LADIES STOLES This is the Igst call. Regular $14.95 values. Don't miss it. $5.00 CLOSE OUT OF LADIES SHOES One big sale of ladies shoes. Out they gol Values to $7,95 $2.00 DEPARTMENT STORE HOPE, ARKANSAS Values to . ..$10.95 MMHBMMMMHMHMHI One Big Table LADIES SHOES These are $9.95 Dress shoes. Out they go only $4.00 7

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